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Ancient Aliens, Megaliths, Tesla, the Moon and Mars featuring David Hatcher Childress
Part of A.R.E.'s Ancient Mysteries Conference: Unearthing the Hidden and Forbidden Histories of the Ancient Past
Theorist David Hatcher Childress reveals the connection between brilliant engineer and futurist Nikola Tesla and some of the world’s most persistent and enigmatic unsolved mysteries.
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Available On-Demand Anytime Through January 12, 2020. 

Global explorer, best-selling author, and theorist David Hatcher Childress reveals the connection between brilliant engineer and futurist Nikola Tesla and some of the world’s most persistent and enigmatic unsolved mysteries.

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David Hatcher Childress, known as the real-life Indiana Jones to the many fans of his books, is a captivating individual. He has traveled the world several times over, seeking adventure and the answers to the mysteries of mankind's past. His popular Lost Cities books (7 in the series) present fascinating information on the advanced technology and anomalous architecture of our predecessors around the globe.

David has a wide scope of interests, and is a recognized expert not only on ancient civilizations and technology, but also on free energy, anti-gravity and UFOs. After more than 30 years of investigating these arcane subjects, David finds his unique views and ideas are gaining popularity. He is a featured guest on The History Channel's popular series Ancient Aliens, and has also appeared in other History Channel documentaries. Other television work includes a Disney special, Fox and NBC TV specials, and several segments on the Discovery Channel, TNN and A&E. His publishing company, Adventures Unlimited Press, was the subject of a segment on the show Wild Chicago, airing on PBS.

He continues to explore, write and excite people about discovery through his magazine, World Explorer, his publishing company and his video production company, Adventures Unlimited Media.