Kaye D. Hennig (Hickox)
Kaye's career in the field of education included teaching, counseling, and administration at both K-12 and college levels. She possesses a degree in music and holds a master's degree in counseling and education.
Terrance R. Hennig
Terry held a degree in business from the University of Washington. He owned and managed a water-ski manufacturing business before his career designing and building commercial buildings and custom homes. He was a prize-winning professional photographer with images of African wildlife.
His documentary photos of their research over the years provide evidence of records left on sites throughout Western Europe. Without them, this amazing story might never have come to light.
For 25 years, the couple spent time in Europe each year doing site research. During the winters, they spent several months each year in southern Africa where they lived on a game reserve. There they conducted photo safaris and cultural tours and worked with remote, rural tribal communities providing training programs and creating community development projects. The couple moved to France for 4 years to complete the research that led them to medieval sites in North America. They shared a love of travel and a life-long interest in history and art. Their diverse educational backgrounds enabled them to use an eclectic approach in their search for evidence. Their avid interest in ancient myths, legends, and religions fueled their spiritual quest to unravel the mysteries of the Grail.
Terry passed away in 2017 on Prince Edward Island. Kaye stayed on and has put together a small research team to complete their quest.
The couple published three history books:
King Arthur Lord of the Grail
The Roar of War, The Zulu War of 1879
Warhawk, In the Shelter of His Wings (WWII, War in the Aleutians)
Prince Edward Island
A trail of clues discovered in Western Europe, as a result of their Arthurian research, led the couple to Prince Edward Island. With the support of a small research team of local history enthusiasts, Kaye continues her research, exploring sites and uncovering evidence that can help unravel one of the world's most compelling mysteries.
In 2022, working with Producers Jeff Eager of HBH Productions in PEI and Donna Davies of Ruby Tree Films in Nova Scotia, the team helped create a documentary series. Taking the film crew along, they cross frozen lakes, interview locals, walk muddy fields, and comb beaches. They uncover shipwrecks, locate stone carvings and investigate artifacts that can change conventional history.
The first season of the series, 'A Hidden History', can be seen in Canada in 2023 on Bell-Fibe TV.