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Fort Dayton Excavation
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Fort Dayton Excavation Hits Water – Archaeology in Central New York [VIDEO, PHOTOS]

Archaeology is all about using evidence to answer questions that history has left us pondering. Sometimes it's as simple as 'where was Fort Dayton?' other times it can be as complex as 'what didn't people throw down the well?' A question that doesn't appear to have any limits.

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Brian Doyle
Brian Doyle
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Searching For Fort Dayton – Archaeology in Central New York [VIDEO, PHOTOS]

Archaeology is all about using evidence to answer questions that history has left us pondering. Sometimes it's as simple as 'where was Fort Dayton?' other times it can be as complex as 'what didn't the Doctor throw down the well?' A question that doesn't appear to have any limits.

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Caryl Hopson
Caryl Hopson
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Continuing The Search For Fort Dayton – Archaeology in Central New York [VIDEO, PHOTOS]

Archaeology is all about using evidence to answer questions that history has left us pondering. Sometimes it's as simple as 'where was Fort Dayton?' other times it can be as complex as 'what didn't the Doctor throw down the well?' A question that doesn't appear to have any limits.

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Ft. Dayton Excavation
PW Creighton
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The Doctor’s Forgotten Well Of Herkimer – Archaeology in Central New York [VIDEO, PHOTOS]

Archaeology is all about using evidence to answer questions that history has left us pondering. Sometimes it's as simple as 'where was Fort Dayton?' other times it can be as complex as 'what didn't the Doctor throw down the well?' A question that doesn't appear to have any limits.

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Fort Dayton Excavation
PW Creighton
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Down The Forgotten Well Of Herkimer – Archaeology in Central New York [VIDEO, PHOTOS]

Archaeology is all about using evidence to answer questions that history has left us pondering. Sometimes it's as simple as 'where was Fort Dayton?' other times it can be as complex as 'what didn't the Doctor throw down the well?'

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Phil Creighton/TSM
Phil Creighton/TSM
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The Forgotten Well Of Herkimer – Archaeology in Central New York [VIDEO, PHOTOS]

When it comes to exploring history nothing is more 'hands on' than historical archaeology. The funny thing is, nothing ever goes quite how you'd expect with an excavation.

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Kate Creighton
Kate Creighton
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The Excavation of Forgotten Fort Dayton – Archaeology in Central New York [VIDEO, PHOTOS]

When it comes to exploring history nothing is more 'hands on' than historical archaeology. Through hard work and shovel-fulls of of dirt through a screen a forgotten Fort has come back to life.

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Quiet Hauntings – Central New York Paranormal

Often when you think of hauntings it conjures images of decrepit old buildings, battlefields and many other sites that can have numerous deaths attributed to the grounds. In general people feel that ghosts are only caused by violent deaths and haunt the place where they died.

In many instances where there are violent deaths there can be hauntings, but it is not the only circumstance. The reason why most people associate ghosts with these locations is because of the grim history that they do possess. It is far more common for people to know of a violent history of a location than a ‘quiet’ history.

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