Morrell was a liar, Symmes was a looper and Reynolds was a bona-fide genuine slick talker. Running to catch up in the claims stakes, US politics gets in the way and Morrell adds confusion. More on Reynolds later.
Sue Haliwell, Antarcticarctican makes, what I hope will be, the first of many appearances between her northern exposures.
After switching to a new hosting plan to free up money for a second podcast series, this, the longest episode to date, ate up the space allocation for this month. An episode about Biscoe and the Enderby’s is recorded but won’t reach the feed for some weeks.
An illustration from “Theory of Concentric Spheres: Demonstrating That the Earth is Hollow, Habitable Within, and Widely Open About the Poles,” Compiled by Americus Symmes, from the Writings of his Father, Capt. John Cleves Symmes, 1878.