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  Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter: Dispatches


Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter: Dispatches

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Mallory and Irvine Dispatch 1 4/3/2004: And so my journey begins…

Dispatch 2 4/8/2004: The gauntlet has been thrown; who will be the one to grasp it and run?

The Final Chapter: Dispatch 3

Update: We are not alone....

Update: ABC and moving up.

Update: Time to put our boots on...

 

Update: The Search is on!

 

Update: Alone at ABC

Update: Mystery climbers

Update: Wait

Update: Searches continue

Update: Interview with Tarcisio Bellò

Update: The others are gone....

Update: A wild ride....

Update: Be careful what you ask for...

Update: WU

Update: How it all started...

Update: Final Plans....

Update: Getting Served Notice/Timing of the "looks"

Update: What was found...

Update: The Team's Theory

Update: Summitoxygen

Update: Q&A Part One

Update: Q&A 2

Update: Q&A 3

Update: Q&A Part 4

Update: Q&A Part 5

Update: Q&A Part 6

Update: Our Theory

Update: Mail Bag 1 and Mail Bag 2 and Mail Bag 3

Update: "Army Colored"

Update: Mail Bag 5

Update: Mail Bag 6

Update: "To Do" list

Update: The Mallory and Irvine Route pass or up the Steps on Everest?

Update: Mail Bag 7

Update: Mail Bag 8

Update: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter: The Mail Bag 12/1/2004: Two climbers claim to have found Irvine's body in two different places?

Update: Mail Bag 12/5/2004

Update: The EverestNews.com Exclusive Interview with Xu Jing who found Sandy Irvine in 1960

Update: The Final Chapter of Sandy Irvine?

Update: Q&A January 2005 Part One

Update: Q&A January 2005 Part Two

Update: Q&A January 2005 Part Three

Update: Q&A January 2005 Part Four

 
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