Discovery Channel sends a crew to try and summon spirits of the dead from the ruins of Theodore’s mansion in Newport. The reply they think they got from Davis is not what they expected! I’m interviewed for the non-spooky parts of this podcast. You can get it on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/why-is-this-place-so-haunted/id1167130339?mt=2
A new review of MILLIONAIRE AND THE MUMMIES has been posted by the Harn group; http://www.harngroup.wordpress.com/2015/12/11/book-review-the-millionaire-and-the-mummies/
An article about Charles Wilbour, who was a bigger crook than Theodore Davis and prominent later in Egyptology (with info that didn’t get in to “Millionaire and the Mummies”) is posted at http://www.academia.edu Look up john adams and you’ll get there!
The quarterly journal The Appendix has published a nice essay on Millionaire and the Mummies: http://theappendix.net/issues/2014/1/in-king-tuts-shadow
Popular Archaeology Magazine has published an article about Theodore Davis’s bequest to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and its complicated history. http://popular-archaeology.com/issue/12012013/article/the-met-the-mistress-and-the-money
The article includes a number of photos not included in THE MILLIONAIRE AND THE MUMMIES.
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An article on The Millionaire and the Mummies has appeared in the Newport Mercury: http://www.newportri.com/newportmercury/arts/mummy-dearest/article_f6f4d932-5a5e-527a-9788-f9047b2931e5.html
The American Research Center in Egypt has posted a piece on the sources used in finding out the details of Theodore Davis’s life: