Less information came from Persia, where the ruins of the famous castle of Alamut. In 1833, in the "Bulletin of the Royal Geographical Society" was published a story about the journey of a British officer - Colonel W. Monteith. He said that he got to the Alamut valley, but has not reached the lock and could not determine what it was he. However, this objective has been achieved his brother-soldier - Lieutenant Colonel Sir Justin Sheil, whose story appeared in the "Bulletin" in 1838 ... The third British officer named Stewart, visited the castle a few years later, after which it took almost a century before the resumption of Alamut Research .