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Scott Wolter is the host of H2's series "America Unearthed."

While working his "day job" as a world-renowned forensic geologist and the president of the Minnesota-based American Petrographic Services, Scott Wolter began developing a new science called archaeopetrography — a scientific process used to date and understand the origins of mysterious stone artifacts and sites.

The first artifact Scott studied using this new science was the Kensington Rune Stone, which he believes is an authentic, pre-Columbian land claim carved here in America by none other than the Knights Templar. The Kensington Rune Stone was the subject of a documentary special called "Holy Grail in America" that aired on History Channel in 2009.

Now, in "America Unearthed," Scott has the chance to use forensic geology and archaeopetrography to explore many other untold stories in American history, changing everything we think we know about our past.

"America Unearthed" host Scott Wolter 'America Unearthed' Season 2 Unburies More Secrets — Premiering Saturday, November 30, the sophomore season of the H2 series kicks off investigating clues and legends that the Ark of the Covenant is right here in America. Read more...

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