COLUMBIA CITY — The story of “450 East” takes place over the course of 200 years around Whitley County road 450 east. The author D.R. VerValin will give a short talk with question and answer time about the book. He will also be available to autograph your copy of “450 East” after the talk. Mr. VerValin will be at the Peabody Public Library from 2:30-4:30 p.m.. Mr. VerValin’s appearance is sponsored by B.E. Computer & Hobbies and The Peabody Public Library.
“450 East,” a wonderful blend of fictional history and mystery, begins over 200 years ago in what was then, the western territories of the new nation. The events that followed the siege of Fort Wayne, Indiana in 1812, resulted in far more than the conquest of the Miami Indian nation, it set in motion a chain of events that would result in the near destruction of a present day Indiana farm family. John Sebrook is caught in the middle of his family’s hidden past after suffering personal tragedies that forever change his life.
Discover with John some insight into one of our countries most secretive societies, whose presence today are still only known to a few individuals and who are recapturing a further understanding of their powerful beliefs. What secrets are hidden behind a closed door that released the ghost of his family’s past?