Griffin Quest - Investigating Atlantis: A Travel Adventure to Islands of Volcanoes, Winged Lions, Blue Monkeys, and Dwarf Elephants - Discover the Real Atlantis.

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Lee R Kerr, May 28, 2011 - 126 pages
You know the story of Atlantis, or at least you think you do. The Story of Atlantis is one of the greatest historical and archeological unsolved mysteries of human history. Did it exist, and if so, where? Many sites have been suggested, but is it true? Is any site the real location of Atlantis? Accompany this detective attorney, historian and amateur archeologist on his personal quest to unravel the evidence of the Atlantis mystery. Examine the archeological sites, art, and museums, covering 4000 years of history, in a 10 day investigative journey! Join him in Santorini, Crete, and Athens, as he investigates and builds his case for the origins of Atlantis. Experience the islands of Santorini and Crete through the Atlantis story, following the clues with their ancient relationships to Egypt, Spain, and even Ireland! Share the experience of exploring and connecting the archeological evidence of Bronze Age Griffins, (flying eagle headed lions), Dwarf Elephants, and Blue Monkeys, to the Atlantis story. Uncover the evidence of the "The Pillars of Heracles" locations, and find out which one belongs to the actual site of Atlantis. Travel with the author as he analyzes the evidence, ties the clues together, and delivers his own verdict!

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Lee R. Kerr is an attorney residing in Texas, originally from Montana. He has prior experience in law enforcement and the military, with extensive career experience as an investigator and prosecutor. His hobbies and interests are diverse, including history, science, photography, art, amateur archeology, and travel.

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