Geoffrey Gray

Geoffrey Gray is a New York Times bestselling author, longtime investigative reporter and the current founder and publisher of True Mastery, which specializes in adventure tales and interactive, real-life games. Known for his eclectic range of subjects and gonzo spirit, Gray started his writing career covering boxing for the New York Times and later specialized in unsolved crime, travel, food writing and more as a contributing editor at New York magazine. He has also produced two feature documentary films, Patrolman P., and GORED, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and debuted on Netflix. He is currently working on 9 Arches, a new adventure card game, lives (most of the time) in the colonial highlands outside Mexico City, and once drove an ice cream truck. 

John F. Kennedy, as a navy lieutenant junior grade, during the time of his romance with Inga Arvad, circa 1942.

JFK’s Unlikely Love Story

Danish beauty Inga Arvad was a scoop-driven journalist courted by royalty, the Nazis, and a young Kennedy—before finding peace in the West. A tale of reinvention, redemption, and enduring love.

Forrest Fenn outside his home in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He was considering suicide when he wrote a poem and buried his treasure. “I was going to die and started making plans.”

The Quest to Find the $2 Million Treasure in the Rocky Mountains

Forrest Fenn buried a treasure chest containing more than $2 million in rare coins and gems. It’s hidden somewhere in the Rocky Mountains, and the key to finding it is nine clues concealed in a poem.


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