Highly unconventional views about history.
This category is called "historical revisionism" to distinguish it from "alternate histories", which are "what if" scenarios acknowledged by their authors to be fictional.
Exploring possibilities of ancient aliens, giants on Earth and construction on Mars.
Documenting the most famous mystery cases, but also the most obscure and unusual events in history.
Archiving information from the Internet in an effort to advance understanding of environmental, political, human rights, economy, democracy, scientific and social justice issues.
Variety of explanations claiming that Native Americans had a "universal language" and had contact with China, Egypt, and other world cultures.
Essay by a white hobbyist arguing that the Narragansett and other American Indians are the descendants of recent Viking settlers.
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