Riberalta in 1907 standing at the confluence of Rio Beni and Rio Madre de Dios, locations that welcomed Colonel Fawcett many times during his explorations between 1906 and 1920

 

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The Great Web of Percy Harrison Fawcett is an official non-profit website involved in a research, since 1998, to find evidence for the destiny of the British explorer Colonel Percy Harrison Fawcett and his mysterious disappearance in the Brazilian wilds in 1925 while he was in search of a highly advanced civilization inhabited by a tribe of white long-hair natives, to discover the unexpected and startle the world. The site includes the most extraordinary events occurred in the territories of Amazonia in Bolivia, Brazil and Peru during his exploration period and the renowned rubber boom industry in the beginning of our last century.

Jack Fawcett and Raleigh Rimell in the Dead Horse Camp during the 8th ill-fated expedition into the wildsPercy Harrison FawcettThe Apazauca Spider - The Great Web of Percy Harrison FawcettThe Ricardo Franco Hills - The Great Web of Percy Harrison FawcettColonel Fawcett in Pelechuco in 1911 - The Great Web of Percy Harrison FawcettJuliaca 1911 - Left to right: Manley, the comisario of the Police and Fawcett

New routes and amazing locations from the Inca's past to upcoming visitors of Peru

In 1925, The Fawcett Expedition to unexplored Amazonia disappeared without a trace. Recently a trunk of archives belonging to Brian Fawcett, was opened for the first time revealing the full impact that the tragedy had on the family over a period of 80 years.

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Lieutenant Colonel Percy Harrison Fawcett, Gold Medallist of the Royal Geographical Society. Candido Rondon was the creator of Brazil's Indian Protection Service (now FUNAI). Claudio Villas-Boas, the Indian's Old Dad, The Naturalist and Explorer Alexander Von Humboldt. The French Scientist to Amazonia Charles Marie de la Condamine. Alfred Russel Wallace and his expedition to Amazonia.Madame Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1831-91). Founder of modern Theosophy Commander George M. Dyott, the leader of the Relief Expedition for Colonel Fawcett and a distinguished Fellow of the Society.

Timothy Paterson, the great nephew of Colonel Fawcett Madam Isabela Godin - The heroine of the terrible saga of the Amazon. The author Peter Fleming and his search for Colonel Fawcett. Theodore Roosevelt, The Restless Hunter  1909 - 1919 The Marine Explorer Jacque Cousteau who visited Amazonia. Sir Walter Raleigh (1552-1618), Soldier, sailor, poet, writer and explorer Pablo Cingolani - Leader of the official Bolivian expeditions in the footsteps of Colonel Fawcett James Lynch, leader of the Autan Expedition in search of Colonel Fawcett

Loren McIntyre  - The Royal Geographical Society - Joe Kane

The unsolved mystery of Colonel Fawcett and the Xavante

The 7 keys with the entrance to the hidden cities and the Morcegos, the legend of the bat peopleXavante, the bellicose nation of Mato Grosso, once one of the main objectives of Colonel Fawcett... The Fulni-o, their connection with the Xavante and the amazing healings in AbadianiaView of Rio Sao francisco from a hilltop on the other side of Tres Marias

Fundao Nacional do ndio (FUNAI) National Foundation of Indian

The play Amazonia is utterly true and sensational.  It reveals the secret contents of Percy Harrison Fawcett's surviving trunk of papers, archive notes, letters, the expedition's secret agenda and is based on new astonishing revelations and facts surrounding this enduring and utterly compelling mystery.

The tribe of Toromonas is still an ethnographic enigma of Bolivia - The disappearance of the Norwegian biologist Lars - A health campaign saves lives in the Madidi's unexplored territory - Two Bolivian expeditions in the footsteps of colonel P. H. Fawcett - The reappearance of other non-contacted tribes in Amazonia

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