President, Shark Research CommitteePresident of the Shark Research Committee and author of Shark Attacks of the Twentieth Century: From the Pacific Coast of North America
FROM Ralph Collier
Great White Sharks Off the Coast of Southern California A funeral mass was scheduled today for Lucas McKaine, who died last week after a shark attack while he was surfing off Vandenberg Air Force Base. Other services have been held at UC Santa Barbara where McKaine was studying chemical engineering. Ralph Collier confirmed for the County Coronor that McKaine was killed by a Great White shark. He's President of the Shark Research Committee and author of Shark Attacks of the Twentieth Century : From the Pacific Coast of North America.
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