• Logan Whitney

May Adventure News

Man, it's been a hell of a month. I've been sick twice in the span of a few weeks, my allergies are going full bore, and on top of that, it's the busiest time of year at work. I'll be honest, I haven't had a lot of time to write between all that. That said, I have written a little bit. Mostly on this one scene that is going me no end of trouble. Regardless, I've still been keeping a list of Adventure related news stories for inspiration. Hope you enjoy!

The search for the lost British ship, HMS Gaspee, will resume off the coast of Rhode Island in July. Stay tuned!

Documents from Mali's ancient kingdom of Timbuku has been preserved and put on display via an online database.

A massive sinkhole in China has been discovered, revealing a hidden forest deep within the pit.,as%20131%20feet%2C%20the%20Xinhua%20news%20agency%20reported.

Fans of Jeremy Wade of "River Monster's" fame won't find any surprises here. Fisherman pulled a giant stingray forth from the murky waters of the Mekong River in Cambodia.

Anthropologist Gregory Forth has released a new book, "Between Ape and Human", that discusses the existence of the mysterious human ancestor (or maybe not?) Homo Floresiensis, aka "Hobbits".

45 years after it's launch, the Voyager 1 has sent back "mystery data" from the far reaches of space.

The buried remains of a young child dating to around 78,000 years ago has recently been discovered, making it the oldest human burial yet discovered in Africa.

Scientists have discovered the imprints of "Ghost Fossils" in the sediments of ancient seas, giving us a better understanding of the resiliency of plankton in the face of Climate Change.

"Dark Vector" is the first book in the NUMA Files series to release after the death of Adventure novelist Clive Cussler It was written in collaboration with author Graham Brown.

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