17 impossible tales unearthed from the canyon.
In 2013, Jack Dublin and family traveled to the Grand Canyon for a week of whitewater rafting. When a monsoon rolled in, forcing them to higher ground, they sheltered in a cave unseen for nearly 150 years. What they found inside — several journals from the time of the Gold Rush — upended conventional views of North American history, leading one authority to call the journals “the greatest manuscript discovery since the Dead Sea Scrolls.”
About the Author:
Jack Dublin was born in Fitchburg, Massachusetts; attended kindergarten in West Germany; graduated high school in Dale City, Virginia; and earned his baccalaureate degree from the University of Arizona. He had little interest in history — much less the 49er Gold Rush — until his love of travel and exploration intersected a swirling debate on the lost history of mankind.
Mr. Dublin lives in the Pacific Northwest with his beloved wife and their four darling children.
Categories: Mysteries / Thrillers