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Vincent Gaddis

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Vincent Gaddis
Born 28 December 1913(1913-12-28) [1]
Miamiville, Ohio
Died 26 February 1997 (83) [2]
Eureka, California
Nationality American
Affiliations Borderland Sciences (BSRA)
Known for Bermuda Triangle, misc. Forteana

Vincent Hayes Gaddis (December 28, 1913 - February 26, 1997) was an American writer on Forteana and saucerian matters, noted in particular for his coinage of the term "Bermuda Triangle," in reference to a region of the North Atlantic, off the coast of Florida and near the Caribbean, cited as host to varied unusual phenomena and mysterious disappearances.

Selected Bibliography

Books

Articles

Amazing Stories

FATE

  • Gaddis, Vincent (May 1949), "Caravan of the Lost", Fate 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (July 1949), "Rudolph Valentino", Fate 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (July 1949), "Morgan Robertson (Psychic inventor and Poet)", Fate 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (May 1950), "Winchester Mystery House (San Jose, CA)", Fate 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (January 1951), "The Phantom Priest of Bel (Babylonian Inscriptions)", Fate 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (March 1951), "The Marlborough Mystery (1890)", Fate 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (April 1951), "Puzzle of the Pigmy Flints", Fate 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (July 1951), "Nan Matol, Fortress of a Lost Race (Island of Ponape, Carolines)", Fate 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (September 1953), "Psychic Detective (Arthur Roberts, Milwaukee, 1935)", Fate 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (August 1963), "Mystery of Houdini's Death", Fate 

References

  1. "Ohio, County Births, 1841-2003," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:Q236-9RPY : 23 December 2016), Vincent Hayes Gaddis, 28 Dec 1913; citing Birth, Miamiville, Clermont, Ohio, United States, county courthouses, Ohio; FHL microfilm 327,585.
  2. "California Death Index, 1940-1997," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VGTF-8MG : 26 November 2014), Vincent Hayes Gaddis, 26 Feb 1997; Department of Public Health Services, Sacramento.