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Vincent Gaddis

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Vincent Gaddis
Alias(es) Ernst Groth
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
Spouse(s) Margaret Paine Rea (m. 1947)

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

  • Gaddis, Vincent (Dec. 1945), "Giants on the Earth", Amazing Stories 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Feb. 1946), Palmer, Ray, ed., "Tales from Tibet", Amazing Stories 20 (1): 170-172, https://archive.org/details/Amazing_Stories_v20n01_1946-02.Ziff_Daviscape1736/page/n169/mode/2up 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Feb. 1946), "Radio’s Strangest Mystery", Amazing Stories 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (May 1946), "Energy from Beyond", Amazing Stories 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (May 1946), "When Flesh Defies Fire", Amazing Stories 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Jul. 1946), "The Truth About Tibet", Amazing Stories 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Aug. 1946), "Puzzles from Earth’s Past", Amazing Stories 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Aug. 1946), "New Evidence for Atlantis", Amazing Stories 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Feb. 1947), "Strange Secrets of the Sea", Amazing Stories 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Mar. 1947), "Tomorrow’s Chemical Geniuses", Amazing Stories 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Jun. 1947), "Notes on Subterranean Shafts", Amazing Stories 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Jun. 1947), "Visitors from the Void", Amazing Stories 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Aug. 1947), Palmer, Ray, ed., "Tunnels of the Titans", Amazing Stories 21 (8): 162-167, https://archive.org/details/Amazing_Stories_v21n08_1947-08_cape1736/page/n163/mode/2up 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Jan. 1949), "Shaverian Sidelights", Amazing Stories 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Sep. 1949), "The Mystery of Magic Drugs", Amazing Stories 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Sep. 1949), "The Night the Stars Fell", Amazing Stories 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Jan. 1949), "Weird Wonders of the War", Amazing Stories 

Fantastic Adventures

  • Gaddis, Vincent (Feb. 1946), "Medicine Man Magic", Fantastic Adventures 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Feb. 1946), "The Admiralty's Strangest Mystery", Fantastic Adventures 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Mar. 1947), "Career of a Cursed Car", Fantastic Adventures 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Jun. 1948), "The World’s Most Famous Illusion", Fantastic Adventures 

FATE

as Ernst Groth
  • Groth, Ernst (Spring 1948), "Beyond the Etheric Veil", FATE 1 (1) 
  • Groth, Ernst (Fall 1948), "Televised in Blood", FATE 1 (3) 
  • Groth, Ernst (May 1949), "Music of the Spheres", FATE 2 (1) 
  • Groth, Ernst (Sep. 1949), "Disease, the Greatest Horror of War", FATE 2 (3) 
as Vincent Gaddis
  • Gaddis, Vincent (May 1949), "Caravan of the Lost", FATE 2 (1) 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (July 1949), "Valentino, Was His Death Foretold?", FATE 2 (2) 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (July 1949), "Men of Mystery: Morgan Robertson", FATE 2 (2) 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Mar. 1950), "Cape Cod's Strangest Mystery", FATE 3 (2) 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (May 1950), "The House That Spirits Built", FATE 3 (3)  — on the Winchester House of San Jose, Ca.
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Jan. 1951), "The Phantom Priest of Bel", FATE 4 (1) 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Mar. 1951), "From the Mouths of Babes", FATE 4 (2) 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Mar. 1951), "The Marlborough Mystery (1890)", FATE 4 (2) 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Mar. 1951), "Mystery of the Mystified Magician", FATE 4 (2) 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Apr. 1951), "Electrical Ghosts", FATE 4 (3) 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Apr. 1951), "Puzzle of the Pigmy Flints", FATE 4 (3) 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (July 1951), "Nan Matol, Fortress of a Lost Race", FATE 4 (5)  — on Nan Matol, Pohnpei (Ponape) in the Caroline Islands (today part of the Federated States of Micronesia)
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Sep. 1953), "Psychic Detective", FATE 6 (9)  — on Arthur Roberts
  • Gaddis, Vincent (May 1958), "Fourth Dimensional Homicide", FATE 11 (5) 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Aug. 1963), "Mystery of Houdini's Death", FATE 16 (8) 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Jan. 1973), "Ships That Sailed the Desert", FATE 26 (1) 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (Jun. 1973), "The Face on the Kitchen Floor", FATE 26 (6) 

Argosy

  • Gaddis, Vincent (Feb. 1964), "The Deadly Bermuda Triangle", Argosy 
  • Gaddis, Vincent (May 1965), "The Ghost That Rode No. 1706", Argosy 

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.