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America is full of archaeological secrets buried in the earth. In this series, forensic geologist Scott Wolter -- considered a real-life Indiana Jones by some -- travels across the country to uncover some of the hidden treasures and to reveal the history associated with them, discovering in the process that there is a lot Americans don't know about the country's past, and the history that people do know may not always tell the whole story. Ancient symbols, religious relics and other artifacts that Wolter unearths indicate that various civilizations have left their mark on the nation.

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The discovery of giant bones might indicate a Viking presence in Minnesota.
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Scott Wolter noticed Hooked X appearing on many artifacts; Scott realized the symbol could be the key to understanding two of the biggest mysteries of all time; the Holy Grail and where it's hidden.
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A search for the final resting place of the "Stone of Destiny."
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Scott investigates massive mounds in the shape of serpents in Ohio and Loch Nell.
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Stone clues may hold the answer to the Roanoke disappearance mystery.
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A connection between the ancient Mayans and Georgia; exploring a government restricted site.
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Looking at the legend that tells of a terrifying giant with a 7-clawed hand who left his mark on a massive rock; This rock is sacred to Cherokee people; Others say the symbols aren't Native.
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Scott Wolter travels across the United States in search of ancient artifacts featuring Hebrew writing; Scott investigates the origins of a group of early Florida inhabitants.
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Scott's embarks on a quest to learn whether there were a more people than just John Wilkes Booth behind the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.
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Conspiracy theorists say a revolutionary group "New World Order" is operating a secret base from which they'll eventually obliterate our central government.
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Scott Wolter believes the Knights Templar came to America and built The Newport Tower centuries ago; Scott is set on proving his theory.
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An man, from Alabama, contacts Scott Wolter about a land claim supposedly signed by Davy Crockett nearly 20 years after his death.
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In 1874, Lt. Col. George sent Custer on a scouting mission to the Black Hills area; he reportedly discovered gold there; this sparked off a gold rush of settlers flooding the sacred Native American lands.
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Remnants of the Berkeley Hills Walls, a massive stone wall that spans a distance of over fifty miles; the wall segments go up to six feet high in some places and are made of tightly fit limestone boulders.
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Records show that John Jacob Astor may have gotten his start from a lost treasure; Scott goes to the east coast where he puts together clues from Boston, New York, and Maine.
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Scott embarks on a search to find out if Egyptian treasure was discovered in a Grand Canyon cave in 1909.
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Scott Wolter explores the origins of a mysterious symbol which could be linked to the Holy Grail; Scott investigates a stone structure in Rhode Island that he believes was built by the Knights Templar centuries ago.
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Forensic Geologist Scott Wolter goes back to his roots, gathering new evidence to support the theory that some members of the Knights Templar came to America after escaping death on Friday, October 13th, 1307.
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Forensic geologist Scott Wolter finds shocking new secrets and sites linking the Knights Templar to cryptic symbols he is confident represents a connection to Jesus' rumored bloodline.
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Scott Wolter investigates a 3000-pound boulder hidden inside the Chicago History Museum's secret storage location.
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Before the U.S. declared its independence, the vast lands of America were up for grabs for anyone willing to stake a claim.

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