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Sample Questions for Christopher Berg, Radio Guest

Our fascination with mazes and labyrinths, plus the often-surprising stories behind some of the lost wonders of ancient civilizations, make for lively radio conversations. You might want to ask:

  • What is the difference between a maze and a labyrinth?
  • Why have mazes and labyrinths captured our imagination for centuries? Do they have hidden meanings?
  • Are there any unsolved mysteries surrounding mazes and labyrinths?
  • Who makes the best maze solver? Are some people better than others?
  • Tell us some secrets that will help our listeners become top maze-solvers. Are there any tricks, tips, or traps to avoid?
  • Is it true that some lab rats are better than people at solving mazes?
  • How can people find a cornfield maze near them?
  • Why create (in this book) mazes of the ancient wonders of the world?
  • You write about the Egyptian Labyrinth, a lost monument that "surpassed the pyramids." What is the fascinating story behind this mysterious structure?
  • What were the Four Famous Labyrinths of Antiquity?
  • Tell us more about the ancient Labyrinth on the Island of Crete, and what has been discovered of its remains...
  • Is there a connection between labyrinths and Plato's legend of Atlantis?
  • What were the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World?
  • You write that of all the Seven Wonders, only the Pyramids have survived. But even the Pyramids only narrowly avoided being destroyed. Tell us about this unbelievable story...
  • What about the Colossus of Rhodes? It was built more than 2000 years ago, and yet was almost as large as the Statue of Liberty. Is this really true?
  • Is it true that the Egyptian pharaohs worshipped the Sphinx as a god, and had no idea how old it was?
  • What can you tell us about the mysterious statues on Easter Island?
  • What was the story behind Lord Chocolate Bean and the Mayan pyramids?
  • Do you think there are some ancient civilizations we have yet to discover?
  • Tell us about Stonehenge and the many unsolved mysteries surrounding this ancient site.
  • What is the most fascinating story from the ancient world you uncovered while writing your book?
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Christopher Berg Wants You to Get Lost...

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The earliest mazes we know of were parts of architectural monuments built in Egypt and on the island of Crete about 4000 years ago.

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