Scott Wolter is a Geologist and President of American Petrographic Services since 1990, and is responsible for the independent petrographic analysis testing laboratory where the Kensington Rune stone was brought for investigation in 2000. He’s been the principal petrographer in more than 5,000 investigations throughout the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico, including the evaluation of fire damaged concrete at the Pentagon following the attacks of September 11, 2001.

Wolter has been the host of the highly successful, America Unearthed, on the History Channel’s H2 Network, and his mini-series, Pirate Treasure of the Knights Templar, premiering Saturday, September 12, 2015.

Lost Treasure is the foundation of legends and lore, and the greatest lost treasure of all belonged to the Knights Templar. Now, from the medieval fortified cities of Europe to the holy lands of the Middle East and from a secret pirate island in the Indian ocean to America’s first great cities, renowned underwater explorer Barry Clifford and historian Scott Wolter are unearthing new evidence in an attempt to find hidden links between two of history’s most legendary sects, separated by 500 years: the medieval Knights Templar and 17th century pirates. What they learn may very well alter the course of history and lead them to treasure that’s been buried for centuries.

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  1. […] today I think I’ll go in and listen to Scott Wolter, the archaeological fraud behind America Unearthed, the cable series on the History Channel’s […]

    • Reply psredux May 19, 2016 at 6:24 pm

      Thank you, Dr. P.Z. Myers. You have always been welcome at the symposium, and I appreciate the lecture you gave at the 2013 event. An evolutionary biologist/atheist/crusading-skeptic commenting on cosmology and archaeology. Right up your alley.


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