William Reed (hollow Earth)

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William Reed (1830–1920) was the author of Phantom of the Poles, published in 1906, in which he proposed his theory that the Earth is in fact hollow, with holes at its poles.[1][2]

Reed summarizes his revolutionary theory as follows:

"The earth is hollow. The Poles, so long sought, are phantoms. There are openings at the northern and southern extremities. In the interior are vast continents, oceans, mountains and rivers. Vegetable and animal life are evident in this New World, and it is probably peopled by races unknown to dwellers on the Earth's surface."

References[edit]

  1. ^ Raymond Bernard (1 September 1996). The Hollow Earth. Health Research Books. pp. 35–. ISBN 978-0-7873-0097-5. 
  2. ^ Richard Heggen (16 January 2015). Underground Rivers. Richard Heggen. p. 151.