James Reimer was born and raised in Nebraska. James graduated from Hastings High School in 1967 and Nebraska Wesleyan in 1973. While attending college in Lincoln, he worked and lived in a local funeral home for four years which sparked a sales career in the funeral business selling caskets. The first time author now resides in northern California with his wife, Judy.
Jake Young transfers back to his home state of Nebraska from Colorado after a forty year hiatus and buys a century old home on the bluffs overlooking the western panhandle town of Scottsbluff.
Jake uncovers an array of previously unexplained supernatural stories of Nebraska's history that ties his old house and the ghost town of Ardmore with their haunting past and leads him to unearth some answers that have long been buried beneath the desolate prairie terrain that the Sioux Indians once called home.
Ardmore is a riveting tale of real horror and suspense that will leave the reader wanting to read more of western Nebraska's hidden history.
Tim Sharp | 25/06/2013
One of the best, most refreshing books I've ever had the pleasure of reading!
Barb Jensen | 11/06/2013
Couldn't put this book down! Captivating story that draws the reader into the eerie stories that tie together a real ghost town and some western Nebraska history. Thoroughly enjoyed!
Dick Jacobsen | 07/06/2013
Very much worth the read. Great stories from a great author
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