Regardless of the generation when you come of age in America, fame and fiction are as good as gold. And, if the fiction is based on your fame, then, you’re as good as a god.
This is the story of my family’s fame. This is the story of my great-grandfather, Fredrick Fletchman.
I was so naïve, and like any great grandson, I was flattered that I had found something of my great grandfather’s—a message that no one else in my family had found.
Looking back now, Fredrick almost succeeded in his overall ambitions—to rid the world of the evil he’d found, and the evil that found him.
By Chad Nelson