The Indiana Jones of Tennessee

While I'm away at CSICon in Nashville, I'd thought I'd entertain you with this Tennessee-themed post I wrote that just went up at the James Randi Educational Foundation's Swift Blog:

After some hemming-and-hawing, I have finally decided to attend this year’s CSICON in Nashville, Tennessee (I hear the world is coming to an end in December of this year so I might not get another chance).   Since this will be my first visit to the Volunteer State, giving this post a Tennessee theme seemed a natural enough idea. The only problem was picking out what to write about considering that state has more than its fair share of, er, eccentrics.   In the end, I decided to write this post about the amazing Ronald Eldon Wyatt, archaeologist/explorer/fundamentalist extraordinaire.

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