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So there’s a lot of Lost World in our Fawcett this episode, but it’s not my fault that the two won’t stay a Stegosaurus length apart! In this episode, our boy Percy gets down on the British Empire following the First World War, is quite polite about a certain odious British biologist, hints at sightings of living dinosaurs yet again, and lays out his alternative history of South America before going missing for good. It’s good for what ails ya.

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-The nature references at the beginning will be quite dated by the time you hear this. A lot of this was recorded back in early summer.


-Exploration Fawcett, Percy Fawcett, 1953

-Goblinlike, Fantastic: Little People And Deep Time at the Fin de Siecle, Emily Fergus, 2019


-Conan Doyle: The Man Who Created Sherlock Holmes, Andrew Lycett, 2007

-The Lost World by Arthur Conan Doyle, edited with Introduction and Notes by Ian Duncan, 1998

-The Lost White Tribe, Michael Robinson, 2016

-Danny Vendramini’s ‘Them + Us’ Neanderthal page