Adam Horsfield

Alan Horsefield has over 30 years’ experience as a cartographer. Having started his career at the Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, he has created artwork for many publications, most recently as chief cartographer for Reader’s Digest World Atlas. 

Books by this Author

This atlas of weird and unusual locations from National Geographic unveils the strange-but-true history, trivia and geography of our planet’s most intriguing and curious places. From deserted cities and strange settlements, to remote islands and underground labyrinths this atlas features more than 50 unusual locations around the world- from San Juan in Parangaricutiro, a town entirely submerged by lava, to Leap Castle in Ireland, allegedly the most haunted house in the world. Inviting text...