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On a cold morning in December 1917, a ship filled with munitions collided with another vessel in Halifax Harbor. The resulting explosion flattened everything within a half-mile radius and resulted in more than 2,000 deaths. Walker follows several young people who lived through the disaster and chronicles the rescue efforts in a story that is both affecting and unbelieveable.
Two men stumbled upon human remains along the Columbia River near Kennewick Washington. Author, Sally Walker presents the scientific research process and discoveries that have been made since 1996 when those 9,000 year-old remains, of what is now known as Kennewick Man, were uncovered.