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Laura Ingraham interviews John Geiger
Laura Ingraham, one of the best-known and popular radio hosts in the U.S., spoke with John Geiger about The Third Man Factor on Sept. 23, declaring the book fascinating. The full interview on the Laura Ingraham Show is available as a "cool clip" streaming, commercial-free download on www.lauraingraham.com -- at a small cost.
Third Man Factor on 'Coast to Coast AM'
John Geiger joined host Ian Punnett for a three hour interview, and to take audience calls, on legendary late night talk show Coast to Coast AM, broadcast to an audience of over 3 million on more than 500 radio stations in the U.S., Canada and elsewhere. To listen to the full interview about The Third Man Factor and the human capacity to survive extreme conditions, visit Coast to Coast AM.
NPR: Guardian Angels Or The 'Third Man Factor'?
John Geiger is interviewed by Guy Raz on NPR's 'All Things Considered'. For more information see below, and to hear the full interview visit NPR by clicking here.
Guardian Angels Or The 'Third Man Factor'
In 1933, British explorer Frank Smyth almost became the first person to reach the summit of Mount Everest. The journey to the top of the mountain was arduous and nearly disastrous; his entire hiking party had fallen back, unable to make it through the sweeping wind, snow, ice and low oxygen.…
Men's Journal excerpts The Third Man Factor
Men's Journal, one of the largest men's lifestyle magazines with a focus on adventure, travel, equipment, sports, fitness, health, and style has published "The Mystery of Survival", a major excerpt of The Third Man Factor, in its October 2009 issue. The six-page article includes a photo gallery of some of those saved by the Third Man. On newsstands now!
LA Times calls Third Man Factor "engrossing -- and formidable"
A Los Angeles Times review, "Are angels among us?", has declared The Third Man Factor "engrossing -- and formidable" and compares the book favourably with Christopher Hitchens' God Is Not Great and Richard Dawkins' The God Delusion. Here is an excerpt from the Times' review by Nick Owchar:
...[Geiger's] book is engrossing, balanced (no barbs are directed at skeptics or believers) -- and, in the end, this book may be more challenging to some people's religious beliefs than either Christopher…
Jeffrey Archer backs Third Man Factor as "fascinating concept"
Jeffrey Archer, the acclaimed author of Kane and Abel, Paths of Glory and numerous other international bestsellers, and member of Britain's House of Lords, has endorsed The Third Man Factor, calling the book,
"A fascinating concept that has to be taken seriously as too many people have claimed this experience. Certainly makes you think."
Lord Archer's own latest book, Paths of Glory, is a novel based on the true story of George Mallory, the British climber who died on Mount Everest in 1924. In a…
John Geiger writes 'On Risk'
Many people are cautious, some to the point of cowardice, the type who, in the words of the actor Victor Mature, "wouldn't walk up a wet step." Caution, within reason, is only natural. As Dr. Kenneth Kamler wrote in Surviving the Extremes, "no animal in its right mind ever intentionally puts itself in danger by going somewhere it doesn't belong." Yet, as Kamler notes, human beings do go where they don't belong, for example into the 8,000 m (26,246 ft) "death zone" of Mount Everest. He suggests that human "e
This new article, which will be published in the Fall edition of The Explorers Journal, is currently featured on Powell's Books blog. Check it out here.
Third Man Factor "fascinating": Associated Press
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Geiger's `Third Man Factor': Help when you need it
Thursday, September 3, 2009
"The Third Man Factor: Surviving the Impossible" (Weinstein Books, 254 pages, $24.95) by John Geiger: Some call it a guardian angel, some call it divine intervention, others say it's a hallucination. Whatever it's called, people in…
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