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…