University of Hartford professor Richard Freund began with the much-studied works of Plato and ended up with a site near Cadiz, Spain he believe to be the location of the fabled lost city of Atlantis. Freund believes a massive tsunami swept inland for 60 miles, destroying Atlantis and other settlements. Archeological evidence has surfaced in central Spain, Freund says, of memorials to its destruction. He is now looking beneath mud flats in Spain's Parque Nacional de
You may remember a small amount of excitement from Google satellite images that appeared to show the grid-like layout of a city beneath the waters off the Spanish coast. Google says this is a glitch, but I am willing to bet conspiracy theorists aren't letting that go. But if Atlantis was in an easier-to-visit spot near Cadiz, I'm sure they could be convinced.