It’s tempting to think that Neanderthals may have had the ability to hear things modern humans cannot…or vice-versa. Can we hear things they could not? Time will tell… Read more at: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/03/150327091845.htm
If you’re interested in the real history of Vikings, head to the Field Museum in Chicago. They do a wonderful job of interpreting past cultures for the public. And don’t forget that our non-fiction piece, VIKINGS IN NORTH AMERICA: PURSUING THE MYTH OF PARADISE comes out on April 21st. Hope you enjoy both.
Screenwriter Clayton Emery has created a screenplay based upon PEOPLE OF THE MIST, and he’s given us permission to “Feel free to repost, share.” This would be episode one of a proposed mini-series.
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It’s interesting that no pregnant women or infants were found in the cemetery. Even though medieval male religious orders rarely treated women, because it was considered indecent, we’d expect a few to be found in most cemeteries dating to this period. Dying in childbirth, and infant mortality were very high…
We were actually lucky enough to see Little Foot in situ in the breccia in South Africa. This is a fascinating article. Advances in technology give archaeologists the ability to learn new things from old finds. It’s always exciting…
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We are so excited that our non-fiction article about Vikings in North America, to be released on April 21st, is already #6 on the Amazon bestseller list for its category. Thanks so much, everyone. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00TDPZ56M?ref%5F=pd%5Fsim%5Fb%5F2&refRID=1T94B4841YZSBS14571D&pldnSite=1