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I took my first trip to Britain when I was fourteen years old, but it was long before that, that I began to take an interest in Arthurian legends and literature. Ever since I can remember I fantasized about being one of the Knights of the
Myself and my friend, Ben
Me (on the right) and my friend Ben at the Chalice Well Gardens in Glastonbury, England.
Round Table, perhaps Tristan or Galahad. I always wanted to find the Holy Grail growing up or the Ark of the Covenant. Adventure was just part of my interest, but deep inside I just loved the legends. The parts of the stories that give you goose bumps no matter how many times you here them.

At the young age of thirteen, I read Thomas Malory's Le Morte D'Arthur for the first tim
e, and from there I began to read just more and more on Arthurian Legends and even the history behind it all. The summer after my sophomore year in college I flew to England and began researching some of the stories myself. I spent a good deal of time in Glastonbury and Cornwall and also quite a bit of time in northwest Wales. I returned to the same places this past spring and once again began to discover new things about all of these places.

At one point in time I desperately wanted to author a book on Arthurian Legend and History, but for now I will have to settle for this Web site. So, what do I really believe about King Arthur and all the stories? Well, that is still a matter of debate in my opinion. I will let you decide for yourself. So, check out the site and let me know what you think.


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