Harold T. Wilkins
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Wilkins was also an influence on the hollow earth theory, as he located the descendants of Atlantis to underground tunnels in South America especially in Brazil, he also discussed underground tunnels in other locations such as the Andes.
- Pirate treasure
- Hunting Hidden Treasures (1929)
- Modern Buried Treasure Hunters (1934)
- Pirate treasure (1934)
- Captain Kidd and his Skeleton Island (1937)
- Panorama of Pirate Treasure (1940)
- Mysteries and Monsters of the Deep (1948)
- Ancient astronaut and UFO
- Flying Saucers on the Attack (1954)
- Flying Saucers on the Moon (1954)
- Flying Saucers Uncensored (1955)
- South America
- Mysteries of Ancient South America (1945)
- Secret Cities of Old South America (1952)
- Mysteries of Time and Space (1958)
- Mysteries Solved And Unsolved (1961)
- Secrets of Ancient Torture Chambers Article by Harold T. Wilkins Popular Mechanics Sep 1929 pp. 402–404.
- Lewis Spence, Nandor Fodor, Encyclopedia of occultism & parapsychology, Gale Research Inc., 1991 p. 1035 See the section for the Mary Celeste "The most complete survey is that of Harold T. Wilkins in his book Mysteries Solved and Unsolved (London, 1958; reissued in paperback as Mysteries, 1961)".
- Paul Begg, Mary Celeste: The Greatest Mystery of the Sea
- The Pan American, Volume 7, Famous Features Syndicate, 1946, p. 11 "Harold T. Wilkins Legend of a Fabulous Empire" discusses Wilkins belief about a "strange white race living in lost cities, amidst the crumbling ruins of once splendid palaces and temples in South America"
-  David Hatcher Childress discussing White Gods in Lost Cities of North and Central America
- Harold T. Wilkins, Mysteries of Ancient South America
- The subterranean kingdom: a survey of man-made structures beneath the earth, Nigel Pennick, Turnstone Press, 1981
- Unsolved Mysteries, Colin Wilson, BBS Publishing Corporation, 1992, p.160