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On Rudolf Lake in Kenya there is Envaitenet Island, which translates as "no-return" from the language of the local tribe. The island is just several kilometers wide and long. Local people do not live on the island, because they consider it a cursed place. English explorer Vivian Fush's expedition was working in Kenya in 1935. His two colleagues - Martin Sheflis and Bill Dayson - left for the mysterious island. Fifteen days passed, but the two scientists did not return.
A world traveller in her own right, Joyce accompanied Vivian on his expedition to Lake Rudolf (now Lake Turkana) in 1934. The findings from this expedition, in which two of their companions were lost, brought Fuchs his PhD from Cambridge in 1937.
...set out for Lake Turkana to resume geological and survey work. Here they made the first recorded visit to South Island and found signs of human occupation. When Fuchs returned to the mainland to continue his geological work, disaster struck and his two companions were lost. After intensive searches for more than eight days the search had to be called off.[/ex[
That's all I have time for. Past my bedtime. Good luck....edit on 12/10/2012 by Ex_CT2 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by zonetripper2065
reply to post by FlyingCow
They could have been eaten by the vast amount of crocs, killed by scorpions or snakes etc. area is brimming with killer creatures.