The Enigma in the Lake: a Critical Inquiry into the Rock Lake Pyramids Part II

”Those that can make you believe in absurdities can make you commit atrocities.” Voltaire Dangerous Pseudoarchaeology At long last, this blog post is the second part to The Enigma in the Lake: a Critical Inquiry into the Rock Lake Pyramids. This writing is timely in that we find ourselves overwhelmed by science denialism and fake … Continue reading The Enigma in the Lake: a Critical Inquiry into the Rock Lake Pyramids Part II

The Legend of the Black Knight Part I

The Discovery of the U-1226 On 5 June 1993 commercial diver Edward Michaud allegedly discovered the wreck of a World War II German Submarine in 41 feet of water, 4 miles off Cape Cod, Massachusetts. He had identified the wreck as that of the U-1226; the problem was history had stated that the U-1226 was sunk thousands of … Continue reading The Legend of the Black Knight Part I

The Enigma In The Lake: A Critical Inquiry into the Rock Lake Pyramids

I Used To Believe The story that the following two blogs are going to relate is one of intrigue, archaeology and a miscarriage of history. Like the image above this tale includes archaeology, Nazis, and Atlantis in Wisconsin. The first part is going to be a history of the Rock Lake Pyramids and the second part … Continue reading The Enigma In The Lake: A Critical Inquiry into the Rock Lake Pyramids

Phillips Submarine’s Part II

The Recovery of the Submarine "Foolkiller" This is the second part of Phillips's Submarines Phillips Submarine’s Part I. This blog post is going to focus on the later recovery of one of his submarines and the continuing search for the Marine Cigar at the wreck of the Atlantic. On 24 July 1915, the steamer Eastland rolled over in the Chicago River, taking with … Continue reading Phillips Submarine’s Part II

Phillips Submarine’s Part I

 "...And some things that should not have been forgotten were lost. History became legend. Legend became myth..." -Galadriel, The Lord of The Rings: The Fellowship of The Ring.  Separating Fact From Fiction Even though the quote is a common trope in fictional stories, it illustrates a common challenge with historical research. That in some cases there … Continue reading Phillips Submarine’s Part I