Howard Crowhurst has been living in the Carnac area since 1985 and has been studying the megaliths since he arrived. In 1989, he became vice president of the Kergal Archaeological Association and directed a 40 minute documentary about the group's discoveries. In 2000, he took part in a major French TV documentary about Carnac. In 2010, he appeared in the British television programme Coast and in January 2012, the French equivalent called Thalassa. He spoke at the Megalithomania conference in Glastonbury, England in 2009 and 2011.
He has written 7 books, 4 of which only exist in French. One of his major works, "Carnac, the alignments" has been said by Professor Robert Temple to be "the most brilliant analysis of a megalithic site in the entire history of archaeology". He has also produced more than 20 DVD's.
His latest book, "The Nebra Sky Disc, Cycles in the Cosmos" made the front cover of New Dawn Magazine (Australia) in February 2014. In this work, he explains how a 3600 year-old bronze and gold disc, found in eastern Germany, communicates the same astral and calendar knowledge as the Mayan civilization.
Howard takes great pleasure in helping people discover what he considers to be the most underestimated civilisation of our time, that of the mysterious megalithic builders'. He runs tours of Carnac in English via the Carnac Discovery Centre

Above: Howard with Mark Horton in the BBC TV programme Coast.

Above: Howard with French film producer Pierre-Ange Le Pogam in the 
Gavrinis chamber for the French TV programme Thalassa.

Above: Howard with writer Professor Robert Temple in Paris.