Travel Adventures Stalking the World's Mystery Animals
by Adam Davies
Trade Paperback, 164 Pages, 9 Illustrations
$14.95, ISBN: 1933665319
Does a dinosaur exist in the Congo?
Does a Yeti-like creature live in the jungles of Sumatra?
Does a fearsome Death Worm inhabit the deserts of Mongolia?
Explorer Adam Davies has traveled some of the most dangerous places in the world in search of these and other supposedly mythical beasts. In this fascinating account of his adventures, you'll read how he was shot at in the Congo, arrested and interrogated by the Mongolian Army in the Gobi Desert, filmed Norway's Nessie as it charged across a lake, and made world news when leading scientists backed his claims that a "jungle Yeti" exists!
FOR MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY: Foul language, excessive drinking, sexual situations, and encounters with some creatures of the natural world that would scare young children and more than a few adults as well.
About the Author:
ADAM DAVIES has been described as an “explorer,” “adventurer,” and “cryptozoologist.” But whatever the label, there can be no doubt that he has crossed some of the most inhospitable and unexplored parts of the world in an effort to bring back evidence of often legendary beasts. When not on expedition, he is a mildmannered Civil Servant living in Manchester in the United Kingdom. He spends most of his spare time and all of his money searching for mysterious creatures. Both his quests and successes have made headlines around the world.
Check out The "Seljord Serpent" video on YouTube
Read the latest article by Adam Davies in issue 7 of EdgeScience.
CHRONOLOGY OF EXPEDITIONS
First trip to Sumatra – Orang-Pendek
First trip to the Congo– Mokele-Mbembe
Norway – Selma
Scotland – Loch Ness Monster
Congo 2 – Mokele-Mbembe
Sumatra 2 – Orang–Pendek
Mongolia – Korkhoi
Sumatra 3 – Orang-Pendek
Mongolia – Almas
Sumatra 4 – Orang-Pendek