Specialists around the world routinely rely on ground penetrating radar as a key tool for non-invasive site investigation. Whether the goal is site mapping or locating sensitive cultural resources for preservation or avoidance, WOOD Inspection Services, Inc. and GSSI remote sensing technologies have been the tools of choice for over 35 years.
Ground penetrating radar is an effective tool for cemetery’s, law enforcement, or crime scene investigators locating unmarked graves or hidden objects. GPR has been instrumental worldwide in locating victims, hidden caches of weapons or evidence, and even helping to locate the remains of soldiers and civilians killed in war zones.
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