Bridgman-Metchim, D(onald) (L)
D(onald) Bridgman–Metchim had a book published at the beginning of the last century, in which he gave what has been described as an Atlantean interpretation of the Book of Genesis. It is written in the form of a novel and has little to do with either Genesis or Atlantis. It was reprinted in 2004 and quite frankly; I don’t know why they bothered. For those with nothing better to do, the full text is available on-line(a).
Little is recorded of the author’s life, except that he wrote a second book about the First World War and also appears to have laboured as an artist.