Science Channel’s New Series: Mysteries of the Missing

(UPDATED 9/6/2017) For the past year and a half, I have been a regular narrative/scholarly contributor to a Science Channel show called What On Earth? Click here to see a list of my previous work. Last spring, I was asked to contribute to a new series titled Mysteries of the Missing, which premieres Saturday, August … Continue reading Science Channel’s New Series: Mysteries of the Missing

Kensington Rune Stone Featured on the Travel Channel

Myths of the Rune Stone

img_2698 Author and historian David M. Krueger in front of Penn Station on the way home from filming with the Travel Channel in NYC. 

Early this summer, I took the train from Philly up to New York City for an afternoon filming session with the Travel Channel’s popular show, Mysteries at the Museum. In case you are not familiar with the show, here is  a description:

“Host Don Wildman digs into the world’s greatest institutions to unearth extraordinary relics that reveal incredible secrets from the past. Through compelling interviews, rare archival footage and arresting recreations, “Mysteries at the Museum” illuminates the hidden treasures at the heart of history’s most incredible triumphs, sensational crimes and bizarre encounters.”  

The episode to which I contributed is titled“Kensington Runestone, Smile! You’re Being Hijacked and Harriet the Spy” – which premieres Friday, September 30 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT 

In this episode “Don Wildman examines a…

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