On Tuesday, my children and I went hiking on the Appalachian Trail in the region I hypothesized was a spoil tip and not a natural mountain. What I found there was exciting and was even more than I had hoped to find. When’s the last time you explored your hometown?
Question the Narrative | Investigating HisStory
One of the best ways to make sense of our true history is to see our own communities with new eyes and take stock of what we find.
Question the Narrative | Ellis Island Anomalies
I became interested in looking into Ellis Island because of the Old World architecture, but what I found out about the history of Ellis Island itself was VERY interesting, to say the least.
Question the Narrative | America’s Lost Civilization
People often ask how there could have been a hidden civilization here in America if there are no records of people finding ruins. If you’ve wondered the same, this video might be very interesting for you.
Question the Narrative | Mudflood Window Explanations?
Today’s QtN video is a bit shorter, I know, but I really thought it would be helpful to go over some explanations being presented for mudflood windows because, you know what? It’s not as cut and dry as some people believe.