|Searching for evidence|
Ron Wyatt and his Turkish assistants pose with the pieces of broken rock that, when assembled, seem to depict the story of Noah's Ark. Photo courtesy of Wyatt Archeological Research
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--While most experts remained unconvinced by Ron Wyatt's findings, the evidence of unusual iron content in the soil persuaded the people at White's Electronics in Sweet Home, Ore., to donate two top-of-the-line metal detectors to Wyatt's next expedition.
Then, in 1983, Wyatt read an article about Apollo 15 astronaut and former moonwalker James Irwin, who was actively searching for the Ark. Wyatt met with Irwin and showed him what he had found. Irwin was impressed enough to invite Wyatt to travel with him on an Ararat expedition in August 1984. Read More