Hiram Dubois was a bonafied genius. He was also a geek and a freak thanks to hi drug using parents. Hiram hobbled due to a bad case of bowleggedness which made him look like he was permanently strapped to the back of a horse. Hiram built a time machine, one that finally proved worthy. Only during a short experiment, he was accidentally transformed back to the year 1971, right smack dab in the middle of the Kent University war protest. After being subdued by the police and stripped of the very essential tools he needed to return to his own time, nobody believed in him. After he tried to explain he was given a room, institutionalized in an asylum for the mentally insane.
About the Book He returned home from the war in Vietnam and couldn’t adjust to the everyday routine he had left behind. His wife and child died and now his one room apartment seemed to close in around him. He took to mountains to rid his life of the dog eat dog society that he was living in. Will had only one goal in mind in order to keep his sanity, and he had to find the will and determination to conquer it. He built a cabin in the woods along the St. John River in the desolated Allagash Wilderness of Maine. What few people that was around him he did not mind, as most were Micmac Indians that scoured the woods for past generations. He fought the perils of the animals that provoked him, and when word reached the city that the son of Boston’s most prestige bank president were living like a mountain man, Elizabeth Tusic from the Boston Herald had foresaw a story. She wrote the first story after weaseling her way into Will’s camp and stealing his daily memoirs, the second story had cost two lives and almost more. One of the most legendary questions of the forest become unraveled.