In the conclusion of this two-part season finale, Forensic Geologist Scott Wolter uncovers shocking new secrets and sites, both stateside and abroad, linking the Knights Templar to cryptic symbols he believes represent one thing, a connection to Jesus's rumored bloodline.
In an epic, two-part season finale, Forensic Geologist Scott Wolter gathers new evidence to support the theory that members of the Knights Templar came to America after escaping death on Friday, October 13th, 1307. He uncovers shocking new secrets and sites, both stateside and abroad, linking the Knights Templar to cryptic symbols he believes represent one thing—a connection to Jesus's rumored bloodline.
Scott Wolter does not believe in Bigfoot, but he sure hears a lot about it. That's because the earliest Bigfoot sightings were supposedly recorded in the rocks. Lately, reports of the big beast have started popping up in Minnesota his home state, so he heads home to investigate.
Scott Wolter ventures to New York City after learning that an ancient Egyptian obelisk located in Central Park is undergoing restorations. The obelisk's hieroglyphs tell a unique story of the pharaoh that built it, but when researchers discover Freemasonic symbols under the 3,500 year old monument, a wrench is thrown into the time line of history.
Scott Wolter investigates a 3000-pound boulder hidden inside the Chicago History Museum's secret storage location. The Waubansee Stone is known as the city's oldest piece of art featuring the face of a man. Some think it was an homage to a local Native American chief, but others believe the stone may have had a more sinister purpose hundreds of years earlier.
Called to examine a possibly ancient land claim, Scott Wolter is drawn into an epic quest to prove whether French fur traders were actually here on a secret mission to steal pre-Columbian land claims placed at a much earlier time.
Just east of the San Francisco Bay Area are the Berkeley Hills Walls—remnants of a massive stone wall that stretches a distance of over fifty miles. Could they have a connection to ancient explorers?
Scott Wolter receives an intriguing tip from an author on pirate treasure troves and business magnates that may involve one of the richest men in American history: John Jacob Astor.
Before the famous Battle of the Little Bighorn, George Armstrong Custer reportedly found something valuable while he was there: gold. What happened to the treasure after the battle? Scott Wolter attempts to find out.
Scott Wolter receives a strange package that points to a legendary treasure hidden in Southern Utah—one that can supposedly be traced to Montezuma and the Aztec empire.
The Appalachian Mountains are filled with amazing legends. One such tells of a terrifying giant with a seven-clawed hand who left his mark on a massive rock. Trying to set the record straight, Scott Wolter heads to Appalachia.
The Lost Dutchman Gold Mine is the most famous lost mine in American history. But did it really exist or is it just a tall tale? Scott Wolter decides to find out.