Archeology Podcast Network – Featuring Kenneth L. Feder – Hosted by Sara Head

Archeology Podcast Network Featuring Kenneth L. Feder – Hosted by Sara Head

October 26, 2015 – The Legend of the LighthouseEpisode 22

URL: will find a downloadable version on right of webpage.

Ken shares a touching story about his work. The Legend of Lighthouse shows how archaeology is used to solve histories mysteries and uses those answers to shed light on the lives of those around us.

Note from Coni: Ken gives a shout out to me on this podcast towards the end – a good listen – goes into details of ‘why’ he started researching Lighthouse and what it means to him as a Archeologist getting to meet the descendants of the Lighthouse – It truly has been a honor for me to work with Kinny (my nickname for him) I truly couldn’t of gotten as far as I have without his help and all he contributes to this research – He has given freely all that he has uncovered and continues to do so – so that we may one day piece together the ‘true’ story of the Lighthouse People – Not just of the Chagum’s but also the other families that were considered of the “Barkhamsted Lighthouse Village”.

There is MANY researcher’s who have come on board my work and have also helped and contributed all they have to piece it all together and I believe it is only together we will truly figure it out~

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