February 27, 2009
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In the March/April issue, Outpost, theadventure travel magazine, devotes three pages to The Third ManFactor. The feature article, titled "Third Man In", is written byOutpost editor Liza Finlay, and includes exclusive informationabout an unusual experience on Marble Island, in Hudson Bay, duringarcheological research into the lost 1719 James Knight expedition,research that was subsequently published in the book Dead Silence:The Greatest Mystery in Arctic Discovery. "I just couldn't get dryand soon became hypothermic," Geiger states. "As I began to realizejust how serious the situation was, I started to panic. But then Iexperienced the same sense of detachment that I had felt when I wasa child." More details about this incidence are included. Finlaygoes on to write: "With his new book, author and explorer JohnGeiger heads into the mystic, shedding new light on an 'angelic'presence... Geiger attempts to get to the heart of this third man,explaining how and why the benevolent (non) being exists using bothhistory and science as analytical tools. Geiger is uniquelyqualified to do so." The feature is not yet posted online.