A wealthy Texas oil man, a controversial Pope, and a female archaeologist should have had nothing in common, but when it came to discovering the site of the tomb of St. Peter the Apostle, it took all three. Best-selling author,  John O'Neill, tells one of the greatest theological stories of the century of one of the most significant finds since the Dead Sea Scrolls: Peter's crucified bones. It is the same Peter whom Jesus told, "Upon this rock, I will build my Church." In 2013 Pope Francis confirmed that Peter's crucified bones were buried underneath the altar of the Vatican's St. Peter's Basilica in Rome. But the intrigue and drama of how they were discovered has never been told... until now. Listen to the interview and be sure to check out John's book here.