Host Scott Wolter poses on the Mirador Salsipuedes outlook in Baja California, Mexico. As seen on Travel Channel's America Unearthed.

Scott F. Wolter is a forensic geologist and television host. He is known best as the host of the series "America Unearthed". Wolter is based out of Minnesota, where he is the founder and president of American Petrographic Services and the inventor of Archaeopetrography (a process used to date and understand the origins of inscribed stone artifacts). In addition to investigating and dating ancient artifacts, Wolter was involved in analyzing fire damage to the concrete at the Pentagon after the September 11th terrorist attacks and has even helped the Las Vegas police investigate a homicide where a victim was found buried in concrete. His first television appearance was as a Kensington rune stone expert on the documentary “Holy Grail in America,” which indirectly resulted in Wolter hosting “America Unearthed.” Wolter is the author of several books on geology, the Knights Templar and theories related to pre-Columbian contact. His new book, “Cryptic Code of the Templar’s in America: Origins of the Hooked X,” is available early June 2019.

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