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I am wondering where the Snake Island Light that played a part in the life of the BANNOCKBURN is(was) located.
I will try to track that down. Give me some time though, I am working with two different editors right now on two different books.
Not at this address >
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Great site Joe. Especially appreciate your page on the USS Macon… super pics! My grandfather designed the hook on mechanism (for the Akron) and narrowly missed going down with that ship. Then hooked up with Macon for her trip to Sunnyvale. Sent my dad this link – that pic of trapeze hook under water is pretty crazy! We are working on the book about his life as the Navy’s foremost test pilot in a century on naval aviation…This was a fascinating chapter in the life of Frederick M. Trapnell, a Lt. during his time about Macon. Those Sparrowhawks were pretty tight quarters, especially for a bit guy like my grandfather. They said he pulled it on like a pair of pants. Thanks for sharing!
Dana (Trapnell) Tibbitts
Wow! That’s all I can say. I would have loved to have met your grandfather, and I can’t wait for your book.
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Also, let us know when the books comes out and we can do a review, I know our readers would love to read it.
Anything we can do, let us know Dana. Reading your comment was a real pleasure!
Enjoy your work. The article on the Hunley, Spence and Cussler was well written. I’ve enjoyed his rants and raves since the recovery. I especially enjoy Lee’s wild claims, they’re very creative. Did you know he spent a year in jail for stealing Audibon prints from the Charleston Museum, is currently married to his sixth wife, was under psychiatric treatment during the trial, and is not a doctor of anything. He gave the degree to himself. I enjoy all the nasty things he says about me. We all need someone to take the wind out of our sails occasionally
All the best,
Thank you for the comment, and thank you for your many books. Most important thank you for the huge contributions you have made to prevent our maritime history from being lost forever. Good luck to you and much continued success.
I served on Scorpio from Jan 65 until Aug 67. I have my own opinion of how she sunk. I have not seen my theory printed anywhere yet.
Bob I would be very interested in hearing your theory. You can write to me at email@example.com