This one hour documentary follows archaeologists through a four-year process of discovering and excavating the remains of a previously unknown society in central Honduras. Carbon dating shows the remains to be over 3000 years old. Many of the discoveries occur right on camera, providing the viewer the opportunity to witness them as they happen. The first remains were found in a cave. Calcite deposits, which had built up on the skulls and bones, caused them to actually glow in the dark.
VIEW SHORT VIDEO CLIP:
Festival Screenings and Awards:
Discovery Channel (TV)