Lost Cities & Ancient Mysteries of South America

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Adventures Unlimited Press, 1986 - History - 349 pages
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Rogue adventurer and maverick archaeologist Childress takes the reader on unforgettable journeys in search of lost cities and ancient mysteries. Join him as he crosses deserts, mountains, and jungles in search of legendary cities, vast gold treasure, jungle pyramids, ancient seafarers, living dinosaurs, and solutions to the fantastic mysteries of the past.

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Review: Lost Cities and Ancient Mysteries of South America (Lost Cities Series)

User Review  - Niall Fitzpatrick - Goodreads

a good romp through south america. I read it while in Peru and found it good for mentioning lesser known archaeological sites but after that it's not of much help (pictures were good). I enjoyed it ... Read full review

Review: Lost Cities and Ancient Mysteries of South America (Lost Cities Series)

User Review  - Goodreads

a good romp through south america. I read it while in Peru and found it good for mentioning lesser known archaeological sites but after that it's not of much help (pictures were good). I enjoyed it ... Read full review

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About the author (1986)

David Hatcher Childress is the author of numerous books that focus on ancient astronauts, UFOs, and anti-gravity. In Extraterrestrial Archaeology: Incredible Proof We Are Not Alone, Childress uses photographs, drawings, and maps to demonstrate that the moons and planets in our solar system were once, and still are, inhabited by extraterrestrial beings. Childress's Lost Cities series, which includes Lost Cities of North and Central America and Lost Cities and Ancient Mysteries of South America, takes the reader on an incredible adventure through time exploring ancient mysteries and lost civilizations. Other Childress books include Anti-Gravity Handbook and Man-Made UFO's 1944-1994: 50 Years of Suppression, which was written with Renato Vesco. Childress resides in Kempton, Illinois.

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