High Quality Documentaries

Pyramid Mountain – Test Pilot

We are moving ever closer to completing the first episode in the docuseries. Above you can view the work in progress. This edit has helped flush out the kinks in the editing process but will not be the final edit. It was sent out to a dozen trusted advisors for review and their feedback suggested numerous improvements to be made before it’s official release to the public.

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If you appreciate the work that we do, please show your support by becoming a member and/or making a donation.


Gear helps us produce better videos for you…

Occasionally we find that we need new gear to enhance our production value. Sometimes it’s a light to show you the inside of a stone chamber, other times it’s a new gimbal or drone that makes filming easier. And yet other times it’s new equipment altogether, to bring you cutting-edge content like 360 video.


We travel the northeast U.S. & Canada, and soon, over-seas…

There are hundreds upon hundreds of sites throughout northeastern United States and Canada, and so far we’ve covered the costs for travel and lodging. We’re grateful when people offer to host us. But some of the sites we want to bring to you require more funds than we are capable of pooling ourselves.


Production is done in our spare time…

There’s nothing that we’d love more than to commit full-time to bringing you top-notch content. We love releasing videos on our own terms; unaltered, not diluted, not cut down to fit into a certain time slot. There are also certain things that we absolutely need to pay others to do (produce music, for instance).


We try really hard to educate the public…

We believe in protecting these sites from harm for future generations to study. One of the ways this needs to be accomplished is to educate the general public about the importance of these stone sites, because without sharing that knowledge, more and more of these sites will be destroyed.


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So far the majority of this project has been self-funded. That said, during the last 2 years of filming, we encountered the following challenges…

  • Some sites were too big to record from the ground, and we needed a drone to capture the images we needed from the air.
  • We frequently need to purchase new equipment to produce high quality content. This includes computers, cameras, hard drives, SD cards, tripods, lights, and many other pieces of equipment.
  • Some locations require us to spend nights/weekends in the vicinity around them.
  • We sometimes need to hire people and outsource certain aspects of the production of the docuseries, particularly but not limited to, music.
  • Some of what is found here is VERY similar to what’s been found on other continents, particularly in Europe. There are plans to travel to these destinations to obtain footage to compare sites and artifacts.

As we continue to work on completing the first episode, please consider a kind monetary donation toward the production.



We Have Filmed In

New JerseyMassachusettsKentuckyConnecticutPennsylvaniaWest VirginiaNew HampshireIndianaNew YorkMaineVermontRhode IslandOhioMarylandIllinois

— And More To Come —

About Us

We Explore Stone Sites

Honest to goodness, we are just regular people who happen to have an interest in what lies hidden all around us. Some call us rock nerds. I get that. But we’re also history buffs, and we’re definitely open-minded when it comes to who came to America and when. One thing that brings us together is our love for these sites, the history, and the wonder they bring into our lives.


First and foremost we believe these sites need protection. We also believe they need recognition. Some would disagree with the recognition part, but when many people, especially here in New England don’t believe that Native Americans made, or were capable of making many of these historic sites, then that takes away from their history, and that’s not right.


Our mission is to document as many of these sites as we can; to educate the public about what’s around them so that they understand the importance these sites; to do what we can to get these sites protected; and to get these sites the scientific research that they so desperately need. We would love to help usher in a new era where these sites are preserved.


Our vision is to restore the prestige to these sites that was once held by their original builders, to share the wonder and beauty of these sites with the world, to respect the wishes of private land owners, to make a virtual library of sites accessible by the world, and to create a like-minded community from around the globe with a shared interest in these sites.

By The Numbers

Some Cool Facts About Us

States Visited
Sites Filmed
Facebook Followers
Facebook Group Members
YouTube Subscribers


Who We Are

Our success depends on the strength of our team.
We are curious explorers and passionate investigators.
We are diligent researchers eager to share our findings with others.


Host & Producer



Derek Gunn


Samantha Y.

Hiker / Photographer

Viking Dan


Pete Waz


We want to preserve
the ancient past

The best way we can preserve the ancient past is to educate the people of today. By educating the public at large, they will support the preservation of these majestic sites wherever they are. It is only when people are unaware of the importance and significance of these sites will they support the efforts of preservation.

Site Reports

Site reports contain our findings at each site. Dig in below and discover what awaits you!

It is essential to record and share our findings with the world. Part of educating the public is to teach them about sites and the features that are there so when they see them at other sites, or even in their own backyards, they will know what they are.

In the pursuit of truth, we yield only in amazement of what we have discovered.

Field Trips

Site Reports

After each field trip a site report is written up documenting observations, research, new discoveries and other things about the site, such as any help or protection the site may need. Each site typically fits within one of the categories below. You can view all of the site reports by clicking “All” or filter them by feature by clicking one of the other topics. Some sites may take a while to load, especially ones with large photo galleries. Please be patient, it will load.


Become A Member Now

By becoming a member you can support our work as well as receive a TON of awesome bonus content that non-members will NEVER see. You’ll also be part of the Nehssie community and meet and connect with other like-minded folks.

We have two levels of Membership; a Yearly Membership and a Lifetime Membership. Read below & choose which is best for you.

Yearly Membership Includes:

  • Instant Access to 10 360° Site Videos
  • 2 New 360° Site Videos per month
  • Access to the private Nehssie member forums
  • Private Message other members
  • and More!

Lifetime Membership Includes:

  • Instant Lifetime Access to however many 360° Site Videos have been added to the site
  • Instant Access to 360° Videos as they are added to the site
  • Lifetime Access to the private Nehssie member forums
  • Lifetime Access to Private Message other members
  • and More awesome stuff only available to Lifetime Members!

Join the list now & be notified when the Nehssie Membership site goes live!


Get In Touch

If you know of a site you would like us to visit, or you found an artifact that you want to share with others, get in touch with us.

As much as we can research, we will never find all of the sites and artifacts that are out there. That’s why we rely on people such as you to help us.