Michael Primeau is a video forensic expert that I have seen many times on the History Channel’s “The Proof is Out There”, which investigates the world’s most mysterious videos, photos, and audio recordings, and uses the best technology and experts to render a credible verdict.
Maya Exploration Center Director Dr. Ed Barnhart has almost three decades of experience as an archaeologist, an explorer and an instructor.
Dr. Edwin Barnhart is the director of the Maya Exploration Center. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin and has over 20 years of experience in North, Central, and South America as an archaeologist, explorer, and instructor. In 1994, Professor Barnhart discovered the ancient city of Maax Na (Spider-Monkey House), a major center of the Classic Maya period in northwestern Belize.
Kristyn Plancarte is a marine biologist and animal behavior expert with more than a decade of experience. She has worked with marine mammals like sea otters, sea lions, walruses, false killer whales, African penguins, and beluga whales. She ensures their health and welfare; trains them to perform specific actions like doing eye drops, giving a blood sample, or spraying the audience with water; and educates in person and on social media.
Premiere [pri-meer}] noun
– a first public performance or showing of a television series of shows
Premiere episodes can certainly make or break a TV series. I’ll use these posts to let you know some of the premieres (new and old) that I loved and kept me watching a certain TV show through all the seasons.
Skinwalker Ranch is a place of high strangeness and is associated with all sorts of phenomena from UFOs to Portals to Shapeshifters. The television series “The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch” on the History channel got me interested in the location. My friend Katie gave me this book for Christmas and I just finished it. Not the best-written book, nor the best editing (misspelled words) but it certainly kept my attention to the end. Ryann Skinner has written a whole series of books on the Skinwalker Ranch.
She loves animals, any kind of animal, traveling , and seeing them in their natural habitat.
Lucy Eckersley is a wildlife biologist specializing in wild cats, experienced in organizing and presenting at scientific events. She pursues animal behavior, animal diversity, conservation, entomology, and specimens.
The filmmakers were Roger Patterson (1933–1972) and Robert “‘Bob” Gimlin (born 1931). They are Bigfoot researchers that had traveled to Bluff Creek, a tributary of the Klamath River in the Six River Forest of Northern California.
You might have seen Rebecca on Pawn Stars. The rare book dealer was born in Los Angeles in 1985 as Rebecca Angeline Engeat. She speaks several languages including English, Japanese, Latin, Ancient Greek, and French.