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Spring, 1929 "The Interior World"

[Depicted in Indiana Jones and the Interior World, the sixth novel in the series published by Bantam Books, written by author Rob MacGregor - released in 1992]

  • A year later, Indiana unknowingly discards the previously mentioned alicorn at the entrance of an alternate world, one that’s below the earth’s surface complete with mysterious creatures from another dimension.

  • The site is Easter Island of Chile, where Indy is soon faced with restoring the cosmic balance of the two worlds, as well as stopping one of the indigenous men from occupying its powers and allying with none other than Adolf Hitler

  • Indiana is ultimately able to intervene on other side of the world in New York City, where a battle atop the Empire State Building leaves our hero once again victorious.

  • Main locations in this adventure are:

  • Easter Island - Chilean island in the Southeastern Pacific that is famous for it’s 887 monumental statues called Moai, made up of solidified volcanic ash in the form of monolithic human figures often characterized by large, oversized heads. The monuments were created by the Rapa Nui people between the years 1250 and 1500, and the production and transportation of these statues has a remained a mystery to this day. By the mid 1800’s all the Moai had toppled due to both natural factors and European contact, yet in recent years over 50 monuments have been re-erected on location or in museums around the world. 

  • Empire State Building - formerly the tallest building in New York City, the skyscraper is 102 stories tall and is an iconic figure of American culture. The site was originally the Waldorf-Astoria hotel yet today is the 5th tallest skyscraper in the United States and the 28th tallest in the world.


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