Robert Charroux

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Robert Charroux
Born Robert Joseph Grugeau
7 April 1909(1909-04-07)
Payroux, Vienne, French Third Republic
Died 24 June 1978 (69)
Charroux, Vienne, French Fifth Republic
Pen name Saint-Saviol, Robert Charroux
Occupation(s) Writer
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.

Selected Bibliography

in English

  • 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