On 26 April 2005, 32-year-old Jennifer Wilbanks disappeared from her home in Duluth, Georgia, just four days before her wedding. The disappearance sparked a nationwide search and a great deal of speculation as to what had happened, including suspicions that her fiancé had murdered her.
In the December 2017 edition of the National Geographic magazine, American archaeologist-turned-journalist, Kristin Romey, contributed a story titled, “What Archaeology is Telling Us about the Real Jesus.” She writes, not as one doubting the existence of a person named Jesus of Nazareth (though she acknowledges
Michelle Vall is an amateur metal detectorist from Blackpool in England. Perhaps you were unaware that amateur metal detecting is a real thing, but apparently it is. Mrs. Vall describes herself as “a keen antique collector and walker.” Some time ago, she learned that amateur
When I was a kid, there was a series of highly popular role-playing video games, known collectively as the Quest games: Dragon Quest; King’s Quest; Space Quest; Police Quest; Hero’s Quest (Quest for Glory); etc. The player would take the role of the protagonist, who