Mesa Verde and Horseshoe Canyon - Episode 26

On today's show, Ken and Sara talk about two of the sites on Ken's list of 50 sites that everyone must visit: Mesa Verde and Horseshoe Canyon. These are great sites that almost anyone can visit. 

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The Nazca Lines and Cargo Cults - Episode 25

Today we discuss the Nazca Lines, how they connect to Cargo Cults, where the alien goodies are, and how other cultures around the world used similar geoglyphs to denote identity and territory.

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Jeb Card and the Mu Stones Pt 1 - Episode 24

We interview Jeb Card again about his research into the Mu Stones.

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Unintentional Looting - Episode 23

On today's episode, Sara and Ken talk about unintentional looting. Have you ever excavated or removed artifacts from a site with good intentions? Well, they talk about why you probably shouldn't do that and why archaeologists record what they do. It's not all paperwork for nothing!

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The Legend of the Lighthouse - Episode 22

Ken shares a touching story about his work. The Legend of Lighthouse shows how archaeology is used to solve histories mysteries and uses those answers to shed light on the lives of those around us.

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