Published May 21, 1991
by Random House Books for Young Readers .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||176|
This mystery takes place around the fictional town of Santa Carla (which was also the setting of the horror movie "The Lost Boys"), the Crooked-Y Ranch, and the Moaning Cave. It seemed to me that by the end of this book that Lynds was really doing a good job of characterizing each of the Three Investigators/5(9). The Mystery of the Moaning Cave, by William Arden, Although there has been a change in the publisher, the ISBN's are the same and most of this book utilizes the printing plates from the Bullseye Edition. 2.) Confusion Alert! Random House also issued a . The Mystery of the Stolen DiamondsThat is the title that I think this book should be because there is another mystery going on at the same time that eventually involves the Three Investigators with the mystery of the moaning cave. The plot is trying to see how or what is making the cave moan only at night and not in the morning/5(5). Get this from a library! The mystery of the moaning cave. [William Arden] -- While vacationing on a California ranch, three boys decide to investigate strange wails that come from a mysterious cave where a famous outlaw disappeared.
Editions for The Mystery of the Moaning Cave: (Paperback published in ), (Paperback published in ), (Paperback published in. The Three Investigators: The Mystery of the Moaning Cave - Reviewed by Dakota B. (age 8) member(s) of the Spaghetti Book Club! The Three Investigators: The Mystery of the Moaning Cave Written by William Arden. Reviewed by Dakota B. (age 8) This book is about three boys, Pete, Jupiter, and Bob, who are trying to figure out why this cave moans. The young detectives wanted to take their minds off the troubles at the Crooked-Y Ranch—the mysterious accidents, the strange moaning cave, and the fears that the legendary outlaw El Diablo might have returned. So the boys set off on a leisurely stroll into town. Suddenly they heard thundering hoofbeats behind : The Three Investigators is an American juvenile detective book series first published as "Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators".It was created by Robert Arthur Jr., who believed involving a famous person such as movie director Alfred Hitchcock would attract attention. Random House, which is owned by Bertelsmann, is the U.S. publisher and still has some of the rights to the : Robert Arthur, Jr.
Get this from a library! Alfred Hitchcock and the three investigators in The mystery of the moaning cave.. [William Arden; Harry Kane] -- While vacationing on a California ranch, three boys decide to investigate strange wails that come from a mysterious cave where a famous outlaw disappeared. The Mystery Of The Moaning Cave An old cave, rumoured to be the resting place of a famed bandit called El Diablo, has suddenly begun to moan and no-one knows why. There by accident - Pete’s dad knows the ranch owners - the boys decide to investigate and came up against legends of the Old One, a scar-faced mystery man, two old prospectors and. Moaning Caverns is a solutional cave located in the Calaveras County, California, near Vallecito, California in the heart of the state's Gold is developed in marble of the Calaveras was discovered in modern times by gold miners in , but it has long been known as an interesting geological feature by prehistoric peoples. This book is the eleventh book in the Three Investigator series. This book follows "The Mystery of the Moaning Cave" and precedes "The Mystery of the Laughing Shadow." This book was the final book written by Robert Arthur before his death in /5(5).