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The series continued for a 4th season without Bernstein before it was removed from primetime and then cancelled.
Digging for the Truth: One Man's Epic Adventure Exploring the World's Greatest Archaeological Mysteries is a print companion to the television series, authored by Bernstein, that reveals much more of the personal trials and challenges he faced making the series.
He is a passionate traveler, technical SCUBA diver, and professional photographer, with published credits in Vogue magazine, USA Today, Sports Illustrated, Forbes, Men's Health Magazine, Self, Marie Claire, Men's Fitness, Outside, and Backpacker magazines. As a rule, he does not discuss his private life in public. Digging for the Truth was a History Channel adventure-archaeology series that explored ancient mysteries around the world.
The series premiered with Bernstein as host in January, 2005 and quickly became the highest-rated series in the history of The History Channel.
It received critical acclaim and was released in hardcover in Winter 2006, and paperback in the Fall, 2007.
In addition to his former role as host of Digging for the Truth, Bernstein was the president and CEO of BOSS, the Boulder Outdoor Survival School, the oldest and largest traditional living skills/survival school in the world.
The two police officers attack Trevor while a terrified Josh tries to run for his car.
Trevor Philips first meets him outside of his soon-to-be foreclosed Rockford Hills mansion.
In 1989, he went to Cornell University where he double-majored in Anthropology and Psychology, and double minored in Native American and Near Eastern Studies.
He served two terms as president of the Beta Theta chapter of the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity.
After graduating from college, he spent a year in a post-graduate program in Jerusalem studying, among other things, mysticism and ancient texts. His father was born in Jerusalem's Old City and his paternal grandparents and great-grandparents are buried in Israel.
Bernstein's father died of a heart attack six weeks before Bernstein's 15th birthday. Bernstein is a fellow of The Explorers Club and the Royal Geographical Society.