Siberia, Alaska, and Malta are three examples of mass
slaughter sites littered with carcasses and skeletons
either petrified in rock, invaded in limestone, entombed
in bitumen, buried in ice or mummified in peat bogs.
Their instantaneous end was horrific.
agent of destruction rendered them extinct...?
Peter Mungo Jupp unravels the evidence
embraced in petroglyphs, art, writings, verbal
traditions - even dance motifs - that
thunderbolts may have been the force behind some of the
world's mass extinction events.