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Monday, 19 December 2005
Suzanne Olsson Jesus Tomb Research
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Suzanne Olsson: Bio

Author and research journalist, born in 1943, is a graduate of New York University. Her articles on current events have appeared in many publications including the New York Times and Reader's Digest. She was also a senior editor for the weekly centerfold of the New Jersey Herald, and won recognition for her investigative reporting. She served nearly ten years with the U.S. Government as editor of their monthly magazine, "The Eagle."

She has been a world traveler since age 18. While living in Paris, she wrote notable articles about the Six Day War, and since has lived in many countries around the world.

Among her numerous civic and personal interests and activities, she is member of two Mensa groups devoted to science and archaeology.
She became interested in research of Jesus in India after a local museum in Demarest, N.J. linked her family genealogy to Mary Magdalene.

Olsson spent several years on the Old Silk Road following the trail that Jesus and Mother Mary are claimed to have traveled on their journeys to India. She made international headlines when she was caught in the Afghan War, yet chose to remain and document many of the sites and relics that were at high risk. She acquired international notoriety when she became the first and only person in history given permission to obtain DNA from several graves for comparison and confirmation of their identities. News of her work appeared in "Times of India" and Fortean Times. At the eleventh hour, the project crashed to a halt by militancy.

She has received inquiries from major science groups and film companies, and has been a consultant to several independent film companies.

She is now retired and spends her time in Thailand and the east coast of the USA.

Her official website is:
Author's Home

Her book contains new information about historical artifacts and documents at risk in Pakistan,India, and Kashmir. Most of the photographs and documentation in her book have never appeared in print before:

Jesus, Last King of Kashmir; Life After the Crucifixion
Publisher: Booksurge (December 2005)
ISBN: 1419611755

Her book can be accessed at
Book reviews at amazon.com

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Posted by arimitchell at 11:30 PM EST
Updated: Sunday, 15 January 2006 12:18 PM EST
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