Posts on this site contain articles in the Epigraphic Society Occasional Papers Journal form Volume 27, 2009

There are papers by

Prof. Henrik Williams of Uppsala University, Sweden.

o“Review: Scott F. Wolter. The Hooked X: Key to the Secret History of North America.”

Prof. James Frankki of Sam Houston State University, Texas

o“Runic Inscriptions in North America: An Interview of Dr. Richard Nielsen.”

o“Response to Scott Wolter: The Hooked X. ESOP 26, 2008 (17-19).” Letter to the Editor.

Dr. Richard Nielsen of Houston, Texas.

o“The Runes and Language of the Kensington Rune Stone Can Be Found in Modern Books.”

o“Theories on the Hooked X.”

o“There is no Grail Code on the Kensington Rune Stone.”

o“The Venus Alignments in the Newport Tower in Rhode Island.”  Letter to the Editor

Ancillary information is also presented:

The John Steward photograph of the face inscription of the KRS.

A panel depicting the evolution after its discovery of the Kensington Rune Stone of the “so-called” dotted R.

Reports on staining issues on the Kensington Rune Stone: Prof. Paul Weiblen (2008) and Dr. Richard Nielsen (2010).

The Swedish Report on Kensington Rune Stone Geology by Dr. Runo Löfvendahl (2004).

The Kensington Runestone by Prof. Henrik Williams and Dr. Richard Nielsen on the occasion of the Swedish Historical Museum exhibit of the Kensington Rune Stone in Stockholm in Fall 2003.

Steward Photograph of 1899: The photograph of the face inscription of the Kensington Rune Stone taken by John Steward in 1899. A copy was found in the archives of the Prof. Ludvig Wimmer, who was the runologist for the Danish Museum in Copenhagen, and sent to the Smithsonian shortly after World War II. This copy is made from the negatives sent to the Rune Stone Museum in Alexandria by the Minnesota Historical Center in St. Paul, Minnesota

All 3D images are the joint copyright of the Runestone Museum and Richard Nielsen

The authors that are listed are copyright holders of their own publications

All other material is under copyright by Richard Nielsen