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
Died 29 January 1960 (68)
Kent, England
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, Forteana, and flying saucers.

Selected Bibliography

Books

  • Wilkins, Harold T. (1925), Great English Schools, London: N. Douglas 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (1929), Hunting Hidden Treasures, New York: E. P. Dutton & Co. 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (1930), Marvels of Modern Mechanics: the Mastery of Land, Sea And Air, New York: E. P. Dutton & Co. 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (1934), Modern Buried Treasure Hunters, London: P. Allan 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (1935), Captain Kidd and His Skeleton Island: the Discovery of a Strange Secret Hidden for 266 Years, London: Cassell & Co. 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (1935), Mysteries of the Great War, London: Philip Allan 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (1937), Pirate Treasure, New York: E. P. Dutton & Co. 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (1939), Treasure Hunting: the Treasure-Hunter's Own Book of Land Caches And Bullion Wrecks, Boston: Bruce Humphries 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (1940), Panorama of Treasure Hunting: Romantic Adventures In Strange Lands and Queer Places, London: E.P. Dutton & Co. 
  • Wilkins, Harold T. (1945), Mysteries of Ancient South America, London: Rider & Co., https://archive.org/details/mysteriesofancie035488mbp 
  • 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), A Modern Treasure Hunter: The Experiences of A Canadian-American Wanderer and Gold Prospector, London: C.& J. Temple 
  • 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. 
  • 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

Etc.

References