Geologist and adventurer Scott Wolter explores a government-restricted site and makes a startling discovery connecting the ancient Mayans with rural Georgia.
Scott Wolter investigates a burial site in the mountains of Arizona, only to discover it may belong to a medieval Englishman.
Scott Wolter investigates the mysterious disappearance of vast amounts of copper from Lake Superior.
Geologist Scott Wolter visits a Minnesota farmer who wants to investigate the possible existence of bones he unearthed in his yard. Could they be Vikings?
A man shows up at Scott Wolter's lab with a 500-pound discovery: a large boulder he pulled from the Arkansas River, inscribed with a mysterious symbol.
Geologist Scott Wolter has reason to believe the United States of America has its very own Stonehenge in New Hampshire.
The fate of the Lost Colony of Roanoke has eluded archaeologists, historians and North Carolina locals, but as Scott Wolter discovers, a series of stone clues may hold answers.
There are 800 very old, very mysterious, man-made stone sites in the Northeastern U.S. Scott Wolter heads to rural Pennsylvania to investigate one of them: a stone chamber buried deep underground.
After his famous expedition to map the American West with William Clark, Meriwether Lewis supposedly committed suicide. But as Scott Wolter discovers, he may not have killed himself.
Heading to Tucson, Arizona with his son Grant, Scott Wolter is eager to investigate a mysterious cache of crosses, swords and other relics pulled from the desert in the 1920s.
When Scott Wolter began investigating mysterious artifacts, he started to notice one unique symbol appeared on many of them. The symbol, known as the “Hooked X,” baffled researchers who couldn't make sense of it.
The Newport Tower is considered by many to be the most mysterious structure in the United States. Scott Wolter is convinced it’s something significant.