Urban Legend, Murder at the House of Blue Lights

Urban Legend, Murder at the House of Blue Lights

by Garry D. Ledbetter

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Overview

A dead wife on display in a glass casket guarded by vicious dogs and a tormented man with a shotgun. A place of underground tunnels and hundreds of cats surrounded by thousands of blue lights casting an eerie shadow over the countryside. Yes, I'm talking about the most famous Urban Legend in Indiana, the House of Blue Lights. This novel delves into a lot of truths surrounding the legend and is woven with mystery, murder, romance, and seduction. Follow the main characters as they search from past decades to the present looking for clues as to the names of the ruthlessly murdered bodies and who killed them.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781475133738
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/25/2012
Pages: 242
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.51(d)

About the Author

Garry Ledbetter began his working career at age 12 for Skiles Test (The House of Blue Lights). His duties included feeding the cats and dogs, helping milk the cows, baling hay, working in the garden, and cleaning the pool and house areas.
Garry lived with his parents and siblings in one of Mr. Test's tenant houses.
Garry graduated from Lawrence Central High School in 1965. Soon after graduation he joined the U.S. Army. There he served 2 years stateside and 1 year in Vietnam as a Flight Engineer on a Chinook helicopter.
After his military career he continued his education at IUPUI in Indianapolis. His career spans 45 years of employment as a mechanic, management supervisor and an IT manager.
He is retired and living in Indianapolis.

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