In this programme Alan Willson explains various attempts to smear their work and their reputations in the media with a series of criminal acts against them. It is hard to dispute they successfully discovered the burial site of King Arthur II. Having stated that St Peters Church was probably the place of Arthurs grave, they bought the ruined Church and then excavated the site. One of the artifacts found at the site was a solid electrum cross with the inscription "For the Soul of Arthur", which has been dated to approximately the 6th century. At that site a large ancient stone with the inscription "Rex Artorius" was also found.
The Forensic Historians:
6 DVD Box Set, PAL 4:3, Region Free
The series follows the work of historians Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett
Programme 1 - A Treacherous Act
Reporting on recent events at Wilson and Blackett's property which suggest the two historians may be the victims of serious intimidation.
Programme 2 - Attacking The Messengers
Wilson and Blackett describe the media smear campaigns and other attacks they have suf
fered during over 30 years of research.
Programme 3 - Corruption in Cardiff
Looking at the corruption in various authorities in South Wales which has prevented Wilson and Blackett's work from gaining the recognition it deserves.
Programme 4 - King Arthurs Grave
Covering the work which has uncovered the existence of two King Arthurs and a dynasty of 80 British Kings.
Programme 5 - Hidden Heritage of Britain
Alan Wilson looks into the connection between the earliest Britons and the middle east. One of Wilson and Blackett's most incredible claims is the location of the Ark of The Covenant. This programme looks at Alan Wilson's reasoning for the Ark being buried within a man made hill in South Wales around 500 BC, where he contends it still resides to this day. Wilson and Blackett also believe they have located the Holy Cross, hidden in Wales behind a man made "wall" embedded in a stone hillside.
Programme 6 - Alan Wilson on Richplanet TV
An interview with Alan Wilson discussing his lifes work.
Approx Running Time : 5 1/2 hours
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