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Lost Cities and Ancient Mysteries of the American Southwest

Lost Cities and Ancient Mysteries of the American Southwest

Popular Lost Cities author David Hatcher Childress takes to the road again in search of lost cities and ancient mysteries. This time he is off to the American Southwest, traversing the region’s deserts, mountains and forests investigating archeological mysteries and the unexplained. Join David as he starts in northern Mexico and searches for the lost mines of the Aztecs. He continues north to west Texas, delving into the mysteries of Big Bend, including mysterious Phoenician tablets discovered there and the strange lights of Marfa. He continues northward into New Mexico where he stumbles upon a hollow mountain with a billion dollars of gold bars hidden deep inside it! In Arizona he investigates tales of Egyptian catacombs in the Grand Canyon, cruises along the Devil’s Highway, and tackles the century-old mystery of the Superstition Mountains and the Lost Dutchman mine. In Nevada and California Childress checks out the rumors of mummified giants and weird tunnels in Death Valley, plus he searches the Mohave Desert for the mysterious remains of ancient dwellers alongside lakes that supposedly dried up tens of thousands of years ago. It’s a full-tilt blast down the back roads of the Southwest in search of the weird and wondrous mysteries of the past! Contents includes: Tula and the Search for Aztlan; Mystery Lights and Lone Star Strangeness; Victorio Peak and the Caverns of Gold; Ghost Ranch, Chaco Canyon and the Zuni Wars; Cruising the Devil's Highway; The Superstitions and the Lost Dutchman Mine; The Egyptian City of the Grand Canyon; Ancient Seas and Mummified Giants; more.

By David Hatcher Childress. 576 Pages. 6x9 Paperback. Illustrated. Bibliography. 

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Meet David...

David Hatcher Childress, known as the real-life Indiana Jones to the many fans of his books, is a captivating speaker and the author or coauthor of over 25 books. He has traveled the world several times over, seeking adventure and the answers to the mysteries of mankind’s past.

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Contact David through The World Explorers Club