Stewart Watkins is a biologist,wildlife advocate and, writer.
He is currently working on two short stories The Lady in the Closet and The Gate to be submittd for publication. The Mekong Strtain, a novel, has been submitted for publication.
He volunteers on research projects with the National Wildlife Society and lopcal, state and Federal wildlife agencies.
As a biologist he has been involved in rersarch that has included viruses, rickettsia, bacteria and, marine life.
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Unbearable heat and humidity bore-down on the prisoners as they laid in their bunks. The stench of rotting flesh filled the
air. Fever, headaches, and delirium consumed them as they drifted in and out of consciousness. Oozing sores covered their bare skin, while their muscles convulsed from pain. So
weak, their cries for help barely audible
Mekong Strain is an account of the U.S. involvement in bio-weapon experiments on POWs, the summer of 1971, at a top secret camp deep in the Cambodian
Lt. Bradley, the leader of the special warfare team whose job it was to transport the canisters containing the biological agents, recounts the events of those two weeks in the Cambodian jungle.
While Stewart Watkins was on active duty he worked with viruses in
a hot lab at Fort Detrick, MD, home to the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, the Army’s bio defense lab and, Between 1943 and 1969 the center
for the U.S. Biological Weapons Program.