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Concealed Facts + Promotion of False Theories = Agenda
on November 28, 2013
Science should be about finding the truth. This program and the host deliberately conceal the facts in order to promote a warped and blatantly false view of history. For instance in the Roanoke episode, Scott Wolter looks for evidence in the Dare Stones and doesn't present some really key facts to the viewer. These 47 stones, alleged to have been engraved by Eleanor Dare, were not found until 1937-1940, scattered across several states. How could they have been missed for 350 years, and then miraculously found. In 1937, it was the anniversary of the disappearance of those first American settlers, and it was in all the news. One stone, with a message was "found," and then a $500 reward was offered in hopes that more rock inscriptions would be discovered. Anyone with a little sense could guess what happened next. What Mr. Wolter doesn't give you is the rest of the story... Nearly all of the remaining rocks just happened to be found by one man, who just happened to be a stonemason.
What is presented in America Unearthed is really just garbage. And one has to wonder what agenda is at work here.