The year is 1916. Dr. Robert Griggs is leading a National Geographic expedition to a volcanic blast zone never seen by human eyes. As his team summits a hill, a valley spreads out before him with thousands of active volcanic vents. That area was named by his team as the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. And it was created by the largest volcano in modern times, Novarupta.
Almost a hundred years later creation researcher, Dr. David Shormann, discovers a book written by Griggs, and decides to return back this remote part of the Alaskan wilderness with his family and friends. Their goal is to document the overwhelming evidence for creation, the worldwide flood, and an ice age. Their goal is to find evidence to build the faith of Christians, and challenge the non-believer. But to do that, they’ll have to survive bear encounters, pumice storms and freezing rivers.
Many of the same cast and crew from JP worked on this project. It may be a different style of broadcast, but it still has the same great action and sound design as JP. You can hear a preview of the show and buy a CD or MP3 copy on the JTN website.