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GPR Locates Gravesites of Fallen Pioneers

Published on July 13, 2012 By vadams

The Town of Midland and the Heritage Committee are committed to uncover the past. A release from the town, as reported by the Midland Free Press, says ” The Cemetery is a source of great local heritage and lore, dating back to 1855 and the passing of William Wilson’s wife and her burial on the [...]

GPR Locates Potential Mass Genocide of Mohawk Children

Published on October 25, 2011 By vadams

A mass grave site of Mohawk children may have been uncovered earlier this month by ground penetrating radar in Brantford, ON, Canada at a residential school for Mohawk children operated by the Church of England and the Vatican from 1832 to 1970. The Mohawk Institute was originally set up by the Anglican Church of England [...]

Ground Penetrating Radar Locates Body Parts

Published on August 3, 2011 By vadams

Our company has surveyed many cemeteries to map grave sites. Usually this was to construct an accurate site plan of marked and unmarked grave sites and available plots. However, last year we were contracted to conduct a ground penetrating radar survey at a cemetery near Chicago to assist in pending legal proceedings. We waited to [...]

Missing Bodies Plague Arlington National Cemetery

Published on June 22, 2010 By vadams

This headline was taken from the CBS News web site because I thought it was important to share this scandal with the readers of our blog. With today’s ground penetrating radar technology and computerized cemetery mapping systems there is no reason for what this probe has found. Apparently the investigation by the Army’s Inspector General reveals [...]