How To Find The Treasures of The Knights of The Golden Circle

How To Find The Treasures of The Knights of The Golden Circle

by Dr. Roy William Roush Ph.D.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780972307277
Publisher: Front Line Press
Publication date: 07/04/2005
Pages: 90
Sales rank: 742,696
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.19(d)

About the Author

Author of "Open Fire", a major 707-page story of personal, front line combat with the Marine Corps during the epic battles of Guadalcanal, Tarawa, Saipan and Tinian in the South Pacific during World War II against the Japanese. The book was awarded the "Best Non-fiction Book of 2004" by the Book Publists of Southern California. Author is also seen describing the combat being shown on the best selling video game "Medal of Honor--The Rising Sun," and "The Assault on Tarawa" by Electronic Arts Entertainments.
Also author of: The Mysterious and Secret Order of the Knights of the Golden Circle: Lost Treasure Secrets; and Fugitives from Freedom.
Columnist, feature story writer and staff member of: Treasure; Treasure Search; Treasure Found; Treasure Diver; Treasure Hunter; Treasure News; and The CB Guide.
Co-editor and feature writer: Treasure Hunter Confidential Newsletter. Contributing editor: Biblical and American Archeologist Newsletter. Editor: Adventures' Club News of Los Angeles.
Columnist and reporter: The Kansas City Star; Rocky Mountain Aviation Magazine; Fabulous Las Vegas Magazine; Stillwater News Press; and the O'Collegian.
Technical writer for Aerospace Companies for 27 years.
Professor: UCLA and Los Angeles City Colleges.
Featured in: The Treasure of Elysian Park on the Television Series "Unsolved Mysteries" --Also on John Burrud's Treasure Series --On NBC's Special on Diving For Spanish Treasure Galleons in Varacruz, Mexico --On ABC's Series on How to Find Lost Treasures and The Hunt for Amazing Treasures --Treasure Hunters in Search of 17 Tons of Gold, filmed by the Tokyo Broadcasting System --And the Frank Sayer Show on The Lost Dutchman Mine --Plus numerous other radio and television newscasts.
BA, Journalism
Ph.D in Biblical Archaeology.

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