William Floyd Collins (() July 20, 1887 – c. February 13, 1925 ()) was an American cave explorer in central Kentucky, an area which houses hundreds of miles of ...
Floyd Collins Festival. April 16 - 18, 2010Fundraising event for the American Cave Museum. Featuring Author Roger Brucker, Exhibits, Live music, cave tours, field ...
Floyd Collins is a musical with music and lyrics by Adam Guettel, book by Tina Landau, and additional lyrics by Landau. The story is based on the death of Floyd ...
The official website of the Nutty Putty Cave. The cave is privately owned by SITLA and privately managed by the Timpanogos Grotto’s Nutty Putty Cave management Team.
Floyd Collins Museum (Gone) Cave City, Kentucky. There's a historical marker on the road to Mammoth Cave for "Sand Cave," where Floyd Collins -- America's Greatest ...
Birth: Jul. 20, 1887 Auburn Logan County Kentucky, USA: Death: c. Feb. 1, 1925 Barren County Kentucky, USA: Cave explorer. Discovered Crystal Cave January 18, 1917.
Floyd Collins is a wonderfully passionate, innovative and inspiring score. One of the things that delights me greatly, is Guettel's complete lack of predictabilty ...
About Floyd Collins: In 1925, while chasing a dream of fame and fortune by turning a Kentucky cave into a tourist attraction, Floyd Collins himself became the ...
Floyd Collins is based on the true story of a Kentucky caver who got trapped while exploring Sand Cave, and his ordeal from January 30 to February 16, 1925.
"I'm Trapped, and Trapped for Life!" Click for Audio (object placeholder) ... Floyd Collins was pronounced dead of exposure, and the cave was sealed.