Sunk in Baltimore Harbor, the Stalwart Governor R.M. McLane

Abandoned History Although as a transportation hub, harbors are heavily used and modified over time, they too can be home to shipwrecks or ship graveyards. The seaport of Baltimore, Maryland is no exception to this. In addition to the wrecks located in both Curtis Bay and Curtis Creek (which will be discussed in a future … Continue reading Sunk in Baltimore Harbor, the Stalwart Governor R.M. McLane

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

Current Issues Facing The World’s most (in)Famous Shipwreck: R.M.S. Titanic

Introduction The wreck of the R.M.S. Titanic aside from being the very first image that comes to mind when one considers the words "maritime archaeology" or "shipwreck"; has always been a focal point of controversy since the ship sank April 14, 1912, and when it was first discovered September 1, of 1985.  Admittedly, reading the stories … Continue reading Current Issues Facing The World’s most (in)Famous Shipwreck: R.M.S. Titanic

The Shipwreck at Mystery Bay

Introduction What follows is a journal of the past two expeditions I took with fellow archaeologist James the past year searching for a hitherto unknown shipwreck located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. To protect the site and the possible shipwreck, I am going to keep the location vague and unknown hence the title "Mystery … Continue reading The Shipwreck at Mystery Bay