Milt Machlin was born in New York City, New York back in 1924. After just one year of college he enlisted in the United States Army serving in the Asia Pacific Theatre. After the war, he attended Brown University, continuing his education he earned a second from the Sorbonne in Paris.
After graduation, he worked as a journalist for the Agence France Press, then as an editor for the adventure magazine Argosy. In 1969, he traveled to the jungles of Papua New Guinea. His mission was to learn the fate of Michael Rockefeller, son of the New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller. He never found Michael but he was sure that Michael had been killed by a local tribe. The true fate of Michael has never been discovered. Milt died in 2004, he was 79.
What you may not know about Milt is that he coined two phrases that everyone in the world has heard or aware of. Are you ready, well here goes. Milt is best known for the phrases “Bermuda Triangle” and the “Abominable Snowman”.
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