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Historian and Religious Studies professor at Oxford. Alex Reagan first interviewed Adams in 1999 as part of a Pacific Northwest Stories story about Atlantis, the Bermuda Triangle and Easter Island. Then, Adams spoke of Tanis as possibly being the Garden of Eden, hell, a person, a place, even a cat as an Egyptian High Priest once believed. Though Adams passed away a few years ago, Nic was able to get a hold of documents he had in his possession: the journal entries of a fur trapper in Fort Nisqually in 1834, written before he murdered nine people.