During World War I, a Canadian soldier named Will Bird was serving in Europe when he recovered a remarkable artifact from a crater left by explosives that removed the earth at Amiens, France. The recovery of the mysterious weapon, dating back to the time of Julius Caesar, was only one of the mysterious occurrences that Bird would experience during the war.
Joining us to discuss Bird’s story, as well as other mysteries of the ancient past is author Scott Alan Roberts, who shares his insights into this Roman-era curiosity, as well as his travels to Egypt. We also get an update with Tim McMillan on whether Russia could be behind UAP sightings, and much more in this edition of The Micah Hanks Program.
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