Hello, this is Walt Kooper for FNN news, and welcome to our first episode of On Site, where we dig deeper so you don’t have to. If you are tuning in on TV don’t forget we now broadcast in super analog color, and if your tuning by Radio and CB make sure to stay tune to Tunes of 21st for all those human classic tunes of old after the show. Today I’m on site with Rebecca Stonesworth, our newest research specialist correspondent. So what are we doing here today among these ruins, you look quite busy?
Yes, quite busy, and thank you Walt, happy to be working with you. Please watch where you land. The ground is laced with an ooze-like substance of unknown origin. I’d prefer not to have FNNs best news reporter end up encased in it like some mosquito in amber. Hopefully with the sample I’ve taken we can identify it, and then we can proceed into the ruins for your viewers.
Hmm, kind of gooey, yes, I’ll be careful. Well we’ll get back to that later, it looks safe for now. I have some initial questions for our viewers and listener while we wait for the all clear. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself, and your role at The Rock’s School of Science?
I am a teaching assistant and adjunct to the Faculty of Anthropology, Archaeology and Ancient Studies. I have actively participated in the mapping and sample collection at the lost Toronto hub, and explored such places as the great serpent mound of Ohio, Carhenge, the Majorville Medicine Wheel Complex…
That’s… really…interesting… Well Ms. Stonesworth, we have to cut to commercial for now, we’ll be right back after these messages from my…err…our sponsors!