Recently Uncovered Data May Support Theory that Custer Survived

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Associated Press  (June 21, 2017)

This coming Sunday, June 25th, in the year 1876, Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer was killed, along with five companies of the Seventh Cavalry who rode with him, at the Battle of the Little Bighorn —

… Or was he?

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Custer to Attend Wild Deadwood Reads This Summer

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Lt. Colonel George Armstrong Custer has agreed to come with me to Wild Deadwood Reads in South Dakota on June 10th.

This isn’t the only time Custer has been in Black Hills country. Way back in July of 1874, President Ulysses S. Grant issued orders for Custer to scout a suitable site for a military post in the Black Hills. Custer himself told me his big mistake was bringing along those two prospectors. It had been rumored for years that the Black Hills were rich in gold, and those damn prospectors found it. “The beginning of the end,” he told me in genuine sorrow, “of the Plains Indians and their way of life.” Continue reading

A Book is a Gift You Can Open Again and Again and Again

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A book is a cool present.
A personalized and autographed book is REALLY a cool … and unique … present.

Buy a copy for yourself or send it to a friend.  Free shipping anywhere in the USA. Those graduations and the holidays will be here before you know it.

Koller mixes history with current events in this crackling good thriller that’s surely Hollywood-bound!”Ed Addeo, 2016 Chaucer Award Winning Author

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THE CUSTER CONSPIRACY IS NOW IN PRINT

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I started writing The Custer Conspiracy after imagining what the consequences would be if it just so happened that George Custer faked his own death and was not killed at the Battle of the Little Bighorn.

Probably none at all. After all, that battle occurred 140 years ago. Who the heck today would even care? Continue reading

Custer says, “It didn’t happen that way.”

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What can I tell you? Secret papers supposedly written by George Custer have been found. They contend there was a “conspiracy” to kill him at the Battle of the Little Bighorn, and somehow he thwarted that “conspiracy”. I know it sounds unbelievable, but you can read his story for yourself by following this link to Amazon. Continue reading