1961 Tony Morrison has travelled to Nasca 27 times and made television films,
written books and given lectures including two at the Royal Geographical Society,
Adventure 1963. Mystery on The Desert Filmed by Tony Morrison and
Mark Howell [sound recordist] - Production Company: Nonesuch Expeditions.
was the first film to present the desert mystery and Maria Reiche to the world.
The commentary was written by archaeologist Jacquetta Hawkes and read by Patrick
Wymark. The film was considered as an entrant for the Trento Film Festival in
was from making this film that Tony's interest in the mysterious markings grew
throughout the 1970's 80's and has lasted to the present day. Mark's recording
on 1/4 inch tape of Maria Reiche's theories is the earliest known.
Chronicle 1969. Magazine edition Professor Gerald Hawkins with a computer
explodes the Nasca myth.
Directed by Julia Cave, Producer Paul Johnstone
Reiche and Tony Morrison from Pathways to the Gods,1978|
Chronicle 1978. [with Bavarian Television / Bayerischer Rundfunk] Pathways
to the Gods Presented by Tony Morrison, Directed by Ray Sutcliffe , Producer
an interview in a Channel 4 documentary Mysteries of Peru The Mystery of
the Nasca Lines Directed by Peter Spry-Leverton
Morrison and Roel Oostra in the desert of Carangas at 3,900m in the Bolivian Andes
mountains /photo Gerhard Aarts|
Dutch and German television 1994 - series History's Mysteries, 1994 Pathways
to the Gods a remake. Produced by Roel Oostra and presented by Tony Morrison.
This film included the last television interview with Maria Reiche.
to the Gods - The Mystery of the Andes Lines including
the work of by Gerald Hawkins 1978 - Published by Michael Russell and Harper and
Row, NY - a Nonesuch Expeditions production. This is the groundbreaking work to
provide the answer to why, how and when were the mysterious markings made. Also
published in paperbacks, book club editions and a special edition in Peru.
of the Nasca Lines 1988, Foreword by Maria Reiche, A short accopunt
of the various theories and Maria Reiche's search for an answer to the mystery.
The centre piece is a collection of photos, largely aerial of the desert markings.
Published by Nonesuch Expeditions
contributions to many more books and magazines
Pathways to the Gods project took almost two years and was funded by publishing
and television. It developed the most plausible solution to the many questions
about the desert markings. The full story of this project from its conception
through the initial funding and the research will be on a separate page - see
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