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Harold T. Wilkins

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Harold T. Wilkins
Harold T. Wilkins - press photo (c1936).jpg
Press photo, c. 1936
Born 18 March 1891(1891-03-18)
Gloucester City, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom
Died 29 January 1960 (68)
Kent, England, U.K.
Nationality British
Alma mater Crypt Grammar School (Gloucester); Cambridge University
Field(s) Journalism
Affiliations Borderland Sciences (BSRA)
Known for Treasure hunting guides, Forteana
Spouse(s) Winifrede Winspeare (m. 1923)

Harold Tom Wilkins (March 18, 1891 - January 29, 1960) was an English journalist, author of several books devoted to treasure hunting, anomalous phenomena, and flying saucers.

Selected Bibliography

Books

1929-'45

Big Blue Books (1947-'48)

  • Wilkins, Harold T. (1947), New Light on the Most Famous of All Sea Mysteries: Why Was The American Mary Celeste Abandoned By All Aboard?, Girard, Kan.: Haldeman-Julius Co. 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (1947), Monsters and Mysteries of America, The Jungles, The Tropics, and The Arctic Wastes: Strange Stories of Modern Adventures Suggesting That The King Kongs and The Dinosaurs May Still Be Alive Today, Girard, Kan.: Haldeman-Julius Co. 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (1948), Devil Trees and Plants of Africa, Asia and South America: Madagascar's Cannibal Tree, The Bohun Upas of Java, and The Weird Poison and Hallucination Plants of South America, Girard, Kan.: Haldeman-Julius Co. 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (1948), Mysterious Disappearances of Men and Women In The U.S.A., Britain and Europe: Vanishing Boy of South Bend, The "Great Alligator" and Paris Exposition Riddles, and The Fate of Johann Orth, Girard, Kan.: Haldeman-Julius Co. 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (1948), Mysteries and Monsters of The Great Deep: Strange Stories of Sea Serpents and Devil Fish, and of The Surprises That The New Science of The Sea May Have In Store For Us, Girard, Kan.: Haldeman-Julius Co. 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (1948), Dead Cities of Gold and Mystery: Strange Trails To Cyclopean Ruins In Old Brazil and To A Shangri-La Behind The Chilean Andes, Girard, Kan.: Haldeman-Julius Co. 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (1948), The Mystery and Legend of Cocos Treasure Island: How A Pirate Who Fell For A Senora's Lovely Eyes Led Suckers A Merry Dance, Girard, Kan.: Haldeman-Julius Co. 

1948-'59

  • Wilkins, Harold T. (1948), A Modern Treasure Hunter: The Experiences of a Canadian-American Wanderer and Gold Prospector, Also Hunter in Lonely Coves and Pirate Islands Reputed to be Haunted, Together with Joint Adventures He Had with the English Author, London: C.& J. Temple  — a biography of James Patrick Nolan
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (1952), Secret Cities of Old South America: Atlantis Unveiled, London: Rider and Co. 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (1954), Flying Saucers on the Attack, New York: Citadel Press  — also published as Flying Saucers on the Moon (London: Peter Owen Ltd., 1954); Flying Saucers from the Moon
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (1955), Flying Saucers Uncensored, New York: Citadel Press 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (1958), Mysteries Solved And Unsolved, London: Odhams Press Ltd. 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (1959), Strange Mysteries of Time and Space, New York: Citadel Press 

Unpublished

  • The Phantom War of the Flying Saucers

Articles

Popular Mechanics

FATE

  • Wilkins, Harold T. (Winter 1949), "Fawcett Found by Eckener?", FATE 1 (4) 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (Mar. 1950), "Can A Meteor Destroy the Earth?", FATE 3 (2) 
  • Wilkins, Harold (Aug. 1950), "Robert Pape's Magic Ray of Life", FATE 3 (5) 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (Dec. 1950), "Mystery of the Pirates Chart", FATE 3 (8) 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (Mar. 1951), "The Abominable Snowmen", FATE 4 (2) 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (Apr. 1951), "1,000 Years of Flying Saucers", FATE 4 (3) 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (May 1951), "Mystery of the Falling Ice", FATE 4 (4) 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (Aug. 1951), "The Strange Mystery of the Foo Fighters", FATE 4 (6) 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (Jan. 1952), "Giants in the Earth", FATE 5 (1) 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (Feb. 1952), "Noises in the Light Tower", FATE 5 (2) 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (Jun. 1952), "History of the Talking Mongoose", FATE: 58-69 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (Jul. 1952), "Pixie Haunted Moore", FATE 5 (5) 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (Feb. 1953), "Mystery of the Ghost Bullets", FATE 6 (2) 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (Apr. 1953), "When the Skies Rained Blood", FATE 6 (4) 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (Jul. 1953), "Clairvoyant Discovers Lost Gold", FATE 6 (7) 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (Sep. 1953), "Bredon Hill", FATE 6 (9) 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (Sep. 1953), "Phantom Marchers of Crete", FATE 6 (9) 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (Oct. 1953), "Did Ancients See Flying Saucers", FATE 6 (10) 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (Nov. 1953), "They Fly Through the Air", FATE 6 (11) 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (Dec. 1953), "Fortean Events in Ancient Times", FATE 6 (12) 
  • Wilkins, Harold (Mar. 1955), "Mary Stuart's Diamonds of Death", FATE 8 (3) 

Others

  • Wilkins, Harold T. (Feb. 1928), "The Unseen Eye of Radio", Hutchinson’s Magazine 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (1931), "Light on the Mystery of the 'Mary Celeste'", Quarterly Review 257: 82-96 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (18 Feb. 1933), "Six Treasure Hoards Worth Seeking", The Passing Show 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (12 Jan. 1935), "Treasure on the Cruise Routes", The Passing Show 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (November 1936), "Maps Spur New Hunt For Kidd Treasure", Modern Mechanix, http://blog.modernmechanix.com/maps-spur-new-hunt-for-kidd-treasure 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (15 Jan. 1938), "Wonder of a New Life Wave", Modern Wonder 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (5 Feb. 1938), "Radio-Locator Finds Buried Treasure", Modern Wonder 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (26 Feb. 1938), "White Man's Magic in Africa", Modern Wonder 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (March 1940), "The Airplane Searches for Inca Gold", Travel Magazine (New York) 74 (5): 25-29, 42