VP8 expert Pete Schumacher phone interview by Miracles Of Mary Sunday at 8am on 1250theriver.com. Host and Producer David Franke , Sponsor and Expert Alex Fiato of The Italian Connection. Property of The Italian Connection Fort Wayne, Indiana 260-432-9702. (25 mins) Click to listen or save: Audio (58.4MB)
Pete Schumacher 2014 Deeper Truth Interview (1 hr 30 mins) Click to listen or save: Audio (21.4MB)
Examine the Shroud by Shroud.com & Barrie Schwortz - Permits one to view the ventral (frontal) image of the Shroud in a measure of detail.
Shroud Scope by Mario Latendresse (snippet from Dan Porter's Shroud of Turin Blog) - Shroud Scope, a Web interface to display high definition photographs of the Shroud of Turin, zoom-in and -out these photographs, activate overlays and do length measurements over...1931 Enrie (negative) photograph...and...2002 Durante...Both (have) vertical and horizontal (views).
Tours To schedule group tours in English, German & Spanish, use contacts above.
Presentations at Your Location
Deacon Pete Schumacher, VP8 Production Engineer from 1972-1978, is available to conduct Shroud presentations on-location (museum, church, school, etc.) tailored to the interests of your group. Presentations can focus on scientific, archeological, historical, religious, spiritual aspects, he can do a combined presentation & is also available to lead on-location spiritual retreats. He will tailor presentation length to fit your needs. For more information or to schedule a presentation, use Dcn. Pete's contact above.
Free Turin Shroud interactive exhibit is located at 923 New York Avenue, Alamogordo, NM, 88310. We offer a backlit, full-sized picture, the only interactive VP8 Image Analyzer*3D experience, NM Shroud research, etc. Our goal is make the Shroud available to all including the vision impaired.
Shroud Exhibit And Museum, Inc., is a non-profit New Mexico corporation, IRS granted tax exempt 501(c)(3) public charity, listed in the Official Catholic Directory & sustained through your tax deductible donations & our wonderful volunteers. To volunteer to staff the museum, write grants or help in other ways, use Dcn. Pete's contact above.