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Just typed "THE END" on the latest manuscript and emailed it to the publisher! Now I’m free to enjoy the classic car auctions in Scottsdale. I’ve picked out some favorites and am previewing them today. Tonight we’ll be attending our first auction. It's great to see old friends and enjoy the beautiful cars. ... See MoreSee Less

Just typed THE END on the latest manuscript and emailed it to the publisher! Now I’m free to enjoy the classic car auctions in Scottsdale. I’ve picked out some favorites and am previewing them today. Tonight we’ll be attending our first auction.  Its great to see old friends and enjoy the beautiful cars.

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Vern ShoreBugatti?

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Thomas HoganHope it's a Dirk Pitt,enjoy/

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L Jay Parksif you want to buy an extra, l want any kind of pick up from the 30-50's, and either Chevy or Dodge from the 50-60's......

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Kathy GallagherMaybe we'll see Dirk driving a new one in his next adventure!

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Patti BlancoCool...and cool.

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Geno MarlowWOW it's your first auction, it's like being a kid in a candy store. I have been to many over the last 50 years AZ has it all good luck and good shopping ol' friend.

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Ray VaughnOregon files? Have fun!

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Tiziana PatiniBuona vacanza Clive e aspettiamo il nuovo libro

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Michael RidgewayClive, is the man...

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Mario SmithI'm going to need more book shelves.

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Haije-Anne SchaafBeautiful Bugatti!

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Iain van der WaltIs that a Ferrari Daytona in the background? Yes I am the guy that looks at the whole photo, background included.

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Roger AKYes Dirk Pitt would suit me just fine !!! ⚓

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Molly GonzalesHope you have a wonderful time..

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Janet Mary ZylstraEnjoy the well-earned rest!

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Kevin L MichaelsSrI watch Scottsdale every year. To me, the Dakar & Scottsdale mark the beginning of motorsports season. (Y) Hope someone recognizes you Clive Cussler and gets you on the broadcast! ;-)

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David J SlavikThis will not be at the auction. I caught the flu so there is still work to do.

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Henry Alan SigmonKid in the candy store place for a true car buff. Enjoy and have fun

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Bruce CarboneWhat's your next book?

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Frances DutyLOOKING FORWARD.

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Ti Ly CleYes, a new manuscript. Auctions are fun! Enjoy!

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Rob FulfordIs the Cussler Museum growing😃lol

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Bonnie BowersI love the bugatti!!

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Alan AszklerThat is a motorcar!

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Lise ErdmannThat's the one I want!!!

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I’m tipping my adventurous hat to all my loyal fans in honor of National Hat Day -all week long. Here are a few of my favorites and I’d enjoy seeing your photos.

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Eduardo F Cidade Sr.Looking good

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Eduardo F Cidade Sr.US Coast Guard tips a hat back to you

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Larry StephensMy sons and I with our Akubra hats.

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Larry StephensDoes a pith helmet qulify as a hat? Ready for Sahara.

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Frances Dutyi love hats and cars and your books, we have so much in common, i would like to be the writer you are, full of excitement and andventure.

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August ElliottIf you ever get to Chicago, visit www.optimohats.com / best handmade men’s hats in the world IMHO.

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Are you a Kurt Austin fan? I’m excited about my new thriller with Kurt and the NUMA crew - THE RISING SEA coming March 13!

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Ben OwenYou keep writing 'em and I'll keep reading 'em.

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Andre HorsmanLooking forward to the day its released in south africa !

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Mike EdwardsI like all of them except Isaac Bell - for some reason I've never taken to that series. But I'm not a fan of stuff set in that time period, so that's probably it.

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Joanne Claire PeacockSuper excited

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Craig ThompsonI can't wait! I read and love them all!

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Michael Mc EvattCan't wait till it's released in the UK, I have pre ordered!!!!!

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Ray VaughnHere comes another adventure! thanks!

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Eriz Meriado Dela CruzPlease make a Dirk Pitt novel with Kurt Austin collaboration T.T

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Larry PenningtonEnjoy every one you have published

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Daniel WoolcottGimmie Dirk Pitt!

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Miller SalI’m not a fan yet but I have finished every other series and I’m not starting the Numa files cant wait

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It was today in 1939, that pioneer Amelia Earhart was declared dead after disappearing on that historic flight over the Pacific Ocean. What theories do you believe about this mystery in aviation history? (Especially after that recent photo surfaced claiming it was her in the Marshall Islands - and was discredited.)
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It was today in 1939, that pioneer Amelia Earhart was declared dead after disappearing on that historic flight over the Pacific Ocean. What theories do you believe about this mystery in aviation history? (Especially after that recent photo surfaced claiming it was her in the Marshall Islands - and was discredited.)

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Patrick SparkyMan FarinaSHE DIED...

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Todd WilburnWasn't her plane found in the Sahara by a couple of guys we know well?

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Michael EnglehartI ran into her last year at a festival in Argentina. This whole Death / Disappearance thing is a big Hoax.

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Ned DouglasCaptured by Japanese. There was an old story in the 70s that American servicemen found her plane on an occupied Iskand and it later was destroyed. Or so the story goes,,,

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George ProutMy theory is that she is dead.

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Diann DoughertyRegardless, she was a brave adventurous woman

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George ProutActually she saw my beard and came in for a crash landing.

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Roy Ed FrawleySo many things could have gone wrong. A mechanical issue, fuel problems or even a small navigational error meant she could have gone down in the ocean. It is a vast ocean and small islands can make for a very small target.

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David RichardSpace monkeys?

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Jay HardisonI believe she was on a covert espionage mission for the US Navy/ FDR. The Japanese found her after she crash landed and made her a POW. She most likely died in captivity.

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Nicholas Allen LeDouxIt wouldnt hurt to search those islands that photo originated

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Robert EisenhardtMy step grandfather was Harry Manning who had his own ideas

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Peter TownsendShe piloted United Airlines flight 175

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Brent OpeltLet's hear Mr. Pitts explanation in a new book sir!?

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Martin DennettI saw one yesterday that said she tried to get to the edge of the flat Earth and was killed by NASA 😀😀😀

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Vincenzo SantonocitoNo fuel?

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Matthew Joseph FollowsEarhardt..... Check spelling

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Ray Todd StevensWell if you read the account you know they landed with fuel safely or simi safely (air craft mostly in tact) on some kind of land. Given the number of planes we are still finding in this part of the world, that doesn't narrow it down much. But I suspect the one with the small island that had a beach they could have landed on, but that the beach would then have had everything washed into a deep area makes the most sense.

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Greg ThomasWhen I was in the fifth grade,1969,my teacher spent the summer in the south pacific..She showed us pictures of the cell the Japanese supposedly held her captive..I have been fascinated since,reading any story and several books about her flight. Then we read a report where after the crash in Hawaii,she changed her planned coarse from west to east,to east to west..Supposedly to ditch around the Marshall islands,so Roosevelt could send the Navy in to "search" and therefor gather info on the Japanese build up of their Navy and Military strength. I guess,all those who truly know what really happened are dead,and we will be left with,rumors and speculation.

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Donna M. RustI believe she crashed was rescued by Marshall Island folks. Then she woke from a bout of unconsciousness only to have amnesia. Her rescuers could communicate she came there from a weird bird. The plane sunk and they were afraid it was EVIL, but she was a God. She lived there until she died.

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Ray VaughnSounds like the makings of a good book! May she rest in peace

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John EllisonI had not heard the recently found photo was discredited. Thanks Clive. It is people like her that help us all develop a taste for adventure. AND it is people like you as well Mr. Cussler!

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Scott StewartGeez... She was abducted by aliens and place in suspended animation. Rescued By the Crew Of the USS Voyager...😜😜 memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/The_37%27s_(episode)

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Bil StoodleyI think NUMA should go find the plane! C'mon Clive!!

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Scott GileIt sounds like a great mystery for Dirk to investigate and solve! Hint hint 🙂

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Wishing you a Happy New Year from our family to yours.  May 2018 open doors to adventure and good cheer!

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Steve RufleHappy New Year!

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Patrissia FlorinaHappy New Year!

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Mike SzwaboHappy New Year. Im one of your biggest fans.

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Janet Mary ZylstraAll the very best for 2018!

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Steve S CaruanaThe New Year is the time of unfolding horizons and the realization of dreams, may you rediscover new strength and garner faith with you, and be able to rejoice in the simple pleasures that life has to offer and put a brave front for all the challenges that may come your way. Happy New year Clive, thanks for the adventures.

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Kathleen JohnsonHappy New Year Clive and family - love your books and you!

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Elizabeth HageA very happy New Year!

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Amelia Wilson McWilliamsHappy New Year to you and your family.

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Ola Kehinde OluwamuyiwaNee year second chance..

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Ace ToscanoHappy New Year to you and yours.

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Per FlygareHappy New Year Clive, enjoy this year.

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Riccardo Picco😜😜😜😜😜

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Roland EvansHappy New Year. May 365 new adventures await.

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Wm Steve StokesHappy New Year to !y favorite author

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Bonnie Loray WolfeHappy New Year. I'm celebrating reading Typhoon Fury :) Best gift ever ♡

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Juel K. GallagherHappy New Year to you and your family, keep writing, always buy your books they keep me on the edge of my seat

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Torben BorkHappy new year to both of you. You are on my top 5 of favorite authors.

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Fabio RossiHappy New Year! :)

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Patrick O'ConnorHappy new year to you all!

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Jim PachecoBest wishes in the new year!

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James Browneagle NiemiA d v e n t u r e ! Happy New Year Clive!

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From EVERYONE in the Cussler family - we are getting in the holiday spirit and wishing you a very Merry Christmas.

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Darren ManleyMerry Christmas Mr. Cussler :-)

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Rick CheslerMerry Christmas!

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Francesco CapaldoMerry Christmas to all of you Clive!

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Mike RolandMerry Christmas from our family to yours!

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Petey BerndtMerry Christmas

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Massimo SollaMerry Christmas Clive Cussler! From Italy!

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Anndrea ClarkWishing you and yours a blessed and wonderful Christmas. I hope the new year brings you joy like your books bring to us!

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Kelley SmithMerry Christmas to you too!

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Jann WoodSame to you Clive and family🎄🎄🐾

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Manuela BrettnerMerry Christmas 🎄

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Alberto FilippaMerry Christmas! Greetings from Italy!

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Gee MarMerry Christmas to you and your family! Thank you for all of the wonderful books you have written! you are my favorite author!!! God Bless!

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Vivian Knight SchwartzMerry Christmas. I received the best birthday present yesterday. An autographed copy of Nighthawk!

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Sven FritzscheMerry Christmas

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Elke RandallAwww too cute. Have a very Merry Christmas and a safe and joyous New Year

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Grant ThomsonEnjoy your holiday tomorrow with ur family and friends. Im lucky to have the company of family. Thoughts go out to ones past and present who arent here.

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Steve SandsI've long held the belief that you can judge a person by how they treat their animals. You're obviously a good man Clive! Merry Christmas to you and your family.

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Karen Lach PitteMerry Christmas Mr. Cussler and I love your picture.

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Giovanna PastorelloMerry Christmas and Happy New year mr. Cussler

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MsKayle JeanMerry Christmas to you Clive and your family and friends 🎄🎅🎄🎅

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TC Sacettin ArsuMerry Christmas Mr.Cussler.

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Debra GilliamMerry Christmas Mr. Cussler 🎄🎁

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Marina PasqualiBuon Natale!!!

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Vaclav Krysař VachaNice Christmas and a lot of health and happiness I wish from the Czech Republic.

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Today is Wright Brothers Day, commemorating the first successful flights in 1903, in a heavier than air, mechanically propelled airplane, made by Orville and Wilbur Wright. On my recent trip to D.C. I visited the National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution and had the chance to admire the pocket watch the brothers used on that historic day! Will you join me in embracing the history of aviation and honoring all inventors and pioneers?
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Today is Wright Brothers Day, commemorating the first successful flights in 1903, in a heavier than air, mechanically propelled airplane, made by Orville and Wilbur Wright. On my recent trip to D.C. I visited the  National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution and  had the chance to admire the pocket watch the brothers used on that historic day! Will you join me in embracing the history of aviation and honoring all inventors and pioneers?

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Freddie Jim FenderMr. Cussler, your forgot to mention Mr. Charles Taylor

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Jürgen LoberMr. Cussler, you have forgotten to mention Gustav Weisskopf 1901!!!

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John EllisonHere's the Orville and Wilbur Dilly Dilly!

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Kevin LorensenHeck, What a great day!! Please write another children's story :-) I've got a 1952 International pickup that would love to be in an adventure (if I get it running :-) )

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Vern ShoreMy Dad was 5 months old when the Wright brothers flew. During WW 2, he was in charge of 'motor controls' for B-17's at Boeing, in Seattle. He sat beside me, in a truck stop in California, & watched Neil Armstrong walk on the Moon. I thought at the time ; 'Holy crap, he's seen the whole thing' .

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Brad RossI live in Kill Devil Hills NC and pass the site of the Wright Brothers first flight several times a week. The park service has done a good job with the museum and there is a small airfield attached to the property. A must visit for all.

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Jer GrayI had the privilege of watching Brian Williams cover the Wright Brothers' flight for NBC.

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Cindy Wolfe HudyYou might enjoy reading The Wright Brothers by David McCullough. It is an excellent book about the lives and times of the brothers as they were building this airplane.

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Jeff RobertsHappy to see everyone up in the air over this history!

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Hilary Richter StinardSince I was a wee child many many years ago we had a house in kill devil hills... we have visited the wright brothers memorial from when it was barely a building to now with a beautiful monument and museum. Bravo to the inventors

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Joseph MooreAndrew Dee

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Ronald MyersI wonder if they had any idea of what they started. Cheers!

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Hamish DunbarBut was there not another man that flew 1st & the only reason why the Smithsonian was recognise it as they would loose the right to show the wright brothers flyer

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George ProutI love your books brother Clive.

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Ronald HoltShould visit eastchurch Kent uk where the brothers assisted in the first powered flight in the UK if interested will photograph the memorial in the village

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Michael HillTo all past , present, and future innovators! May humanity benefit always!

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Clark D HurlburtLiving in Southern CT I continue to celebrate the legacy of Gustav Whitehead. A great story , well documented

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Harvey BootonWe can't proceed if people do not take chances with their dreams

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Duane ShearerThe Wright brothers are my great great great grandfather's

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Billie SartainWe have visited Kill Devil Hills and the museum. A beautiful part of the Outer Banks that I never hesitate to recommend.

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Jeff GreerThe Wright brothers are probably the most universally brilliant men in history: aviation, engine design, experimental photography, the first wind tunnel and many other diverse studies and engineering in many fields.

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Adam TockWow that's so cool do you know what brand of watch it was looks like chain drive/fusee

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Denise RivardMr Cussler you are a very interesting person. Never cease to amaze me and your writing is addictive BTW.

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Tom KopkoAnd the world would never be the same............

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Charlie SteelIf...we only put the good stuff humankind invents to good use---FOR EVERYONE.

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Will you join me today in thanking those who serve in the National Guard and celebrating its 381st birthday? Founded today in 1636, by the Massachusetts Bay Colonys General Court, its the oldest military force in the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD)

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Sharon FairesThank you all to those that serve and protect

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Earl DowdleHappy Birthday, National Guard. I served from March 1975 to February 1983. 625th Military Police Company, Utah National Guard.

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Tracy RamseyAt least they’re always going to be older than me. And there are worse folks to share a birthday with. Even so-Go Navy!

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Robert J Callanan Jr.Happy Birthday National Guard , Semper Fi

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Diane Harper DavidsonHappy Birthday National Guard. Thank you for always having my back.

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Gloria ZucaroThank you all for your service!

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Donna P. MosesI honor all branches all the time but HBD National Guard ! Thank you all for your service ! <3

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Steven CoxThank you all for your service. God Bless you.

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Donald SmithThanks for putting it all on the line for us. Happy Birthday

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Lyn GardnerThank you for your Service!!! We appreciate all you do!

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Pam LittleThank you for serving for my family

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Ernie DeanThank you all for your Service.

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Lynda ThornburgThank you all for your service. Thanks to every soldier no matter what branch you are in for your service.

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Paulette SternMy husband was in the National Guard, a very under-rated part of the military.

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Donald BrillThanks for your service!

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Tess O'BrienIm Aussie and thank you. Im a fan of Clive Cussler

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Justina Fe MarinaHappy birthday soldiers.

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Deborah MarshallThank you

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Ronald MyersMuch gratitude for a thankless job. Cheers!

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Bob BuckRaymond Persons, take a bow.

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Steve ScottThanks for all you do and all you've done.

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Hugh E Montaguebut, thank you

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On this 76th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, we remember the 3,500 Americans who lost their lives or were wounded on that tragic day in 1941.

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Kathleen SullivanWas at Pearl Harbor last year on 75th anniversary. Very emotional. Met a Pearl Harbor attack survivor Also. He was amazing.

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Fee MarshallI met a gentleman on the Queen Mary 2 in August and listened to his first hand account of pearl harbour and how he survived. What an amazing man and it brought tears to my eyes. So many lives lost that day and in that war. We must never forget how the armed forces protect our way of life.

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Jez WhiteAnd what about the thousands of Japanese civilians that were wiped out by atomic weapons? Or don't they matter?

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Artur PrzybyszRest in Peace .....

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Hilary Richter StinardNever forget ❤️

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Robert EisenhardtSeems few remember this year. Survived 9/11 south tower so familiar with the meaning of the word

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Jim Hildebrand"December 7th, 1941, a date that will live in infamy""

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Carla HildebrandThank you for reminding us all!

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Randy HansenI’m only 58 but I know this as a benchmark of American history I’ve studied the impact it had on the world and I have to say if Japan had not attacked us we may have not entered the war in time to change its course.

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Samuel WorstellToo many have forgotten, or there wouldn't be so many people driving cars made by the same company that made the attacking planes.

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Rob WestphalGod bless America

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Adam TockThank you for remembering things like this something that sadly is overlooked way to often as to not offend someone

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Deen Walker SweatmanLest we forget...

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Donna P. MosesSAD day in History ! :(

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Gerald Rubanogod bless them all abd thank you

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Rick CobbRIP, so sad!😢

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Churchmouse Weedman TerpeningWhen my Mom's brothers were alive, this was the day we walked quietly around the house.They would start early that day.... My Mom would spend all day worrying and eventually,they would appear, well into their cups,(as the old saying goes) and my Dad would join them.By late that nite she would have sobered them up and fed them.I raised my kids to remember this day with respect.

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John GrabowskiI'm glad I was able to devote 13 years of my life to US Naval service. My only regret was not being able to give 20 years. God bless all of our service women and men that are serving today, at home and abroad!!

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Garrett MoodySad day in history

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Robert SommersSadly the schools in my community don’t teach our youth about this day anymore. I haven’t forgotten those we lost that day.

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Ken SellersGod bless all the fallen heros past and present. They gave their lives for all of us.

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Arlene DooleyRemember always

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Molly GonzalesNever forget

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Charles FarrellA day that is living in Infamy. God rest their souls.

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Michael W LozaThe beginning of the end for the Japanese Empire.

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I had a wonderful adventure in Washington, D.C. with my wife Janet, her daughter Whitney, and Warren and Donna Lasch (of The Warren Lasch Conservation Center where the H. L. Hunley submarine is preserved in South Carolina.) U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson of SC was our gracious host for our tour of Congress. ... See MoreSee Less

I had a wonderful adventure in Washington, D.C. with my wife Janet, her daughter Whitney, and Warren and Donna Lasch (of The Warren Lasch Conservation Center where the H. L. Hunley  submarine is preserved in South Carolina.) U.S. Rep.  Joe Wilson of SC was our gracious host for our tour of Congress.

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Ronald MyersHope you enjoyed a sub sandwich. Cheers!

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Eddie SingletaryWhat happened to the submarine in the Desert. I know that's supposed to be fictional.

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Eddie SingletaryEnjoy yourselves Cuz.

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Thomas HoganMy late Uncle served in the "Silent Service" in WWII, his sub was sunk while he was on shore leave. They have a wonderful Submarine Memorial here in Toms River, NJ.

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Steve SandsJust received my autographed copy of Typhoon Fury yesterday, looking forward to the weekend for some great reading!

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Richard DaviesJust finishing up Typhoon Fury. Great read. Thank you for the years of reading, Mr. Cussler.

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Kim BarronerGlad you had a great time. I met Warren Lasch in Charleston SC. He arranged a tour of the Hunley for me with Maria. It was an awesome experience. I was also there for the burial of the Hunley crew. He gave my employer one of your books and I read it. I was hooked! I've read every book you've written. I donate them to our local library afterward.

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Mike BonnetteSo glad you were able to have this experience - I hope you have been able to see the work Clemson has done at the Lasch Conservation Center! Proud of my Clemson and South Carolina roots.

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Justin HughesIf your ever in Springfield Illinois I’d love to shake your hand for some awesome books and buy you a drink. You have kept me up way past my bedtime because I had to finish that next adventure of Juan or Issac. Thank you for all you write. May your books outlive all of us

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Gary MorganI hope your Thanksgiving was great! Can't wait for your next book! I have read them all. I may start over from the beginning and read them all again!😊

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Brian HynesRight on. Glad you hate and great time. Thank you for what you have done to explore, restore, and protect history. So very well done.

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Christopher WestleyWhere’s Sandecker? Taking the photo?

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John PasserelloWe enjoyed seeing the Hunley. John and Bev

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