Archaeological Site Assessment

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Archaeological Site Assessment

Archaeologists and remote sensing specialists around the world rely on GSSI ground penetrating radar’s as a key tool for non-invasive site investigation. Below are some common uses that radar is used for these purposes.

  • Excavation planning
  • Archaeological site assessment
  • Cemetery mapping
  • Cultural Resource Management
  • Site monitoring
  • Clandestine grave location
  • Location of hidden weapons or evidence
  • Treasure Hunting

 

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On April 19, 1897, the Dallas Morning News reported a mysterious airship had crashed into a windmill in the nearby town of Aurora, Texas. Townspeople were said to have found an alien body and buried it in the local graveyard; the crash debris was dumped into a local well. We were asked by The History Channel’s UFO Hunter to assist in locating an unmarked grave to solve this mystery. Click here to view the videos

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