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|Born||Robert Joseph Grugeau|
7 April 1909
Payroux, Vienne, France
|Died||24 June 1978 (69)|
Charroux, Vienne, France
|Pen name||Saint-Saviol, Robert Charroux|
|Alma mater||Collège de Civray|
|Affiliations||Club International des Chercheurs de Trésors|
|Known for||Ancient Astronaut books|
Robert Joseph Grugeau (April 7, 1909 - June 24, 1978), more commonly known by his authorial pseudonym Robert Charroux, was a French freelance journalist and writer, noted in particular for his work relating to ancient astronauts hypotheses, as well as his interest in treasure hunting and amateur archaeology.
- Charroux, Robert; Cantù, Yolande Gloria (1966), Treasures of the World, London: Frederick Muller
- Charroux, Robert; Blair, Lowell (1970), One Hundred Thousand Years of Man's Unknown History, New York: Berkley Publishing Corp.
- Charroux, Robert; Blair, Lowell (1971), Forgotten Worlds: Scientific Secrets of the Ancients and Their Warning for Our Time, New York: Walker
- Charroux, Robert (1972), The Mysterious Unknown, London: Spearman
- Charroux, Robert (1973), The Mysterious Past, New York: Berkley Pub. Co.
- Charroux, Robert (1974), Masters of the World: Groundbreaking New Revelations About the Ancient Astronauts, New York: Berkley Pub. Co.
- Charroux, Robert (1974), Legacy of the Gods, New York: Berkley Pub. Co.
- Charroux, Robert (1977), The Mysteries of the Andes, New York: Avon