Did you know there is horseshoe-shaped earthwork that dates 800 AD that was constructed by the Iroquois on the St. Joe River here in Fort Wayne? Did you know that there is an earthen solar temple called a henge (also located on the St. Joe River) that can be culturally tied to Stonehenge? Did you know that there are over 50 historical accounts of prehistoric giant skeletons that have been reported in Indiana? Yearning for more? Do you have an interest in history and the mysteries behind ancient artifacts? An upcoming conference at the Hilton at the Grand Wayne and Convention Center might interest you! All day February 4, the Mysterious Ancient America Conference will include speakers, presentations and free artificial appraisal.  Speakers include Wayne May, Frank Joseph, Mary Sutherland, Rick Osman, Ross Hamilton and Fritz Zimmerman.  According to the event's Facebook page, these speakers are the most noted authors on the burial mounds and earthworks in the Ohio Valley and Midwest will present their evidence on migrations to North America and present on the topic "Who Really Built the Mounds and Earthworks in the Midwest?" Presentations will focus on the mounds and earthworks in the Ohio Valley with topics of Giant Skeletons, Numerology, Sacred Geometry, Hilltop Enclosures, Atlantis, Stonehenge and Diffusion theories. The conference runs from 9 am to 8 pm.  An artifact appraiser will be on hand in the lobby from 9 am to 5 pm. An all-day pass is $30; $109 with a single or double occupancy room at The Hilton. For more information, call Kent Christon, 260.750.9500.