About Bruce Fenton

Bruce R. Fenton is an independent British scientific researcher born in the historic English town of Cheltenham, England. He spent his formative years at a local boy’s grammar school before studying English literature at a local college. He finished his general education at Anglia Ruskin University, where he graduated from his studies of Information Systems in 2003.

Fenton now lives in Australia, before arriving there he spent five years living in Ecuador, carrying out direct investigations at an anomalous megalithic construction discovered in the Amazon jungle. He has spent the last twenty years researching the many mysteries of the ancient world. His interests have since taken him to archaeological sites spread across all six habitable continents. He considers himself to be an independent archaeological researcher and amateur paleoanthropologist.

Fenton has earned the respect of his peers and made a name for himself in his research fields. His research activities in Ecuador have featured in the UK’s Telegraph Newspaper and he has recently led a research expedition into the Caucasus mountains for a popular Science Channel show, also acting as guest presenter. Fenton is the author of a great many on-line articles and is a regular guest on a great many internet radio shows – invitations for him to speak are always on his desk.

Fenton is a member of both the Palaeoanthropology Society and the Scientific and Medical Network.

Books by Bruce Fenton

The Forgotten Exodus The Into Africa Theory of Human Evolution

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