...intriguing to consider that photographic proof might lie hidden in the ice - proof that would settle once and for all the nagging question of who was really the first man to conquer Everest. Syndicated writer E. Randall Floyd lives in Augusta.
...longitude, and then back again to Bermuda. This is made even more bizarre, given the fact that sealanes and airways are busier now, and rescue technology is far more advanced. E. Randall Floyd is a syndicated writer who lives in Augusta.
...poked and probed the ruins, they soon realized that the doomed aviator's body was missing! The body was never found. Its whereabouts remains one of the greatest mysteries in UFO lore. Syndicated writer E. Randall Floyd lives in Augusta.
...stream ever existed, one can rightfully suspect it is no longer there - drained away, perhaps, or bulldozed over to make room for a parking lot or glittering row of condominiums. E. Randall Floyd is a syndicated writer who lives in Augusta.
...avoided. One early traveler in Mississippi wrote: "The vicinity of cemeteries is carefully avoided after dark ... and so are places where people have met with fatal misfortune." l4]Syndicated writer E. Randall Floyd lives in Augusta.
...Great Zimbabwe slowly declined until nothing was left but the crumbling gray walls that brood over the silent valley. Randall Floyd is a professor of history at Augusta State University and a syndicated writer.
...When an advance reviewer of E. Randall Floyd's new novel wrote that he read...novel [z]n Author: E. Randall Floyd, author and syndicated columnist...738-0354 JONATHAN ERNST/STAFF Randall Floyd, Augusta historian and syndicated...
...destruction of ancient art and artifacts."In recent weeks," writes Georgia Regents University history teacher Randall Floyd, "that bloody campaign has shifted to a cruel new strategy ? the systematic destruction of all historic and cultural...
...gotten their hands on them. History would be wiped out before our very eyes."Clarification: This column by E. Randall Floyd correctly attributed the term "cultural genocide" to Boston University's David Nersessian, but Dr. Nersessian...
News of the Lusitania's fate horrified Americans.