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Andy Crews

Andy Crews has worked as a Librarian and Archivist in the Texana/Genealogy Department of the San Antonio Central Library since 2005. He earned his Bachelor’s degree from Baylor University in 1991 and his Master’s in Information Studies from the University of Texas in 2004. Besides his work with the library, he had a former life as a computer programmer with Clarke-American check printers and Bexar County Information Services in San Antonio. Born in Waco, he has lived in Clifton and Boerne and now lives in northwest San Antonio with his wife, two boys and a small Corgi-mix mutt.

Haley A. Ramsey

Hayley A. Ramsey is a multifaceted explorer, writer, and researcher whose passion lies in unraveling the mysteries of ancient civilizations and esoteric traditions. Having dedicated extensive time to studying these subjects around the world, particularly in Scotland, Hayley has become intimately familiar with the intricate connections between local lore, such as Arthurian legends, tales of Grail quests, Templar mysteries, and the ancient sites that dot the landscape. Her expertise extends to the origins of secret societies such as Freemasonry, where she has been meticulously researching the presence of the divine feminine, tracing its roots back to ancient death and resurrection rituals originating in Egypt and beyond. Hayley's profound insights and discoveries are chronicled in her book, "The Bringer of Life: A Cosmic History of the Divine Feminine," a captivating exploration of the feminine throughout human history. Half of her year is spent residing in Scotland, where she leads captivating tours to these enigmatic ancient locations, offering participants a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the secrets of the past. Hayley expands her repertoire beyond historical tours by offering Outlander fans the ultimate all-inclusive luxury tour across Scotland featuring a night with one of the stars from the series. During "The VIP Outlander Experience" in June 2024, guests can savor an intimate dinner with Sophie Skelton, acclaimed for her portrayal of "Brianna" in the show. In October, immerse yourself in the company of Graham McTavish, renowned as "Dougal" from Outlander and "Dwalin" from The Hobbit and celebrate Samhuinn at the Fire Festival in Edinburgh.

Signed copies of her book and information about her upcoming tours and events can be found on her website, www.HayleyARamsey.com.

Scott Wolter

Scott Wolter, renowned host of History Channel's "America Unearthed" and most recently Gaia's "Mysteries of the Knights Templar," embarked on a quest into hidden history when the enigmatic Kensington Rune Stone appeared in his Minnesota lab in 2000. His journey spans continents, aiming to authenticate the stone and unveil the Templars' role in America's founding, a mission that began in 1362 and was completed by our Masonic Founding Fathers in 1776. Raised as a Master Mason in 2015, Wolter swiftly ascended to the ranks of the Scottish Rite and York Rite, achieving the esteemed 32nd degree, and was knighted as a Templar Knight in Commandery Zion No. 2. As an author of four seminal works including "The Hooked X," "Akhenaten to the Founding Fathers," "Cryptic Code of the Templar in America," and "Oak Island, the Knights Templar, and the Holy Grail," Wolter uncovers the Templars' mission to establish a New Jerusalem in the West. His groundbreaking research, chronicled in his earlier book "The Kensington Rune Stone: Compelling New Evidence," continues to amaze readers with the in-depth detail provided on the scientific work performed on the artifact to prove its authenticity. Wolter, based in Minneapolis, balances his roles as a Professional Geologist at American Petrographic Services with his relentless pursuit of historical truths. Information on upcoming events and signed copies of his works can be found on his website, www.ScottFWolter.com.

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