Don Clark

Don Clark is a U.S. Navy veteran of WWII, journalist, editor, former advertising agency executive and is the author of Wild Blue Yonder how America's first fighter pilots were trained during WWI and co-author of best-selling Brother XII, the Devil of DeCourcy Island, the story of a mystic who drew hundreds from around the world to his colony off the coast of Vancouver Island in the 1920s.

Don is a founder member of CHAOS (Cannon Hunters Association of Seattle) and, as an archaeological diver, participated in the recovery and restoration of ancient, muzzle-loading cannon in the U.S. and along Mexico's Yucatan coastline.

He and his wife, Tina, live in Cannon House on the Pacific Coast at Ocean Shores, Washington.