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Black Hills Believables: Strange-but-true tales of the Old West
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Black Hills Believables: Strange-but-true tales of the Old West
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From the back cover:

John Hafnor, a 39-year-old South Dakota native, lived for many years on a small Black Hills ranch bordering Elk Creek. Hafnor graduated from Augustana College in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. In 1972-73, he studied at Schiller University in Heidelberg, Germany. After college, Hafnor spent two years in San Antonio, Texas as publicist for a North American Soccer League team. From 1979 to 1984 Hafnor was promotion manager of the Rapid City (SD) Journal. Until 1990 he served as director of marketing for the Stockton (CA) Record. Currently Hafnor is marketing manager for GIS WORLD Magazine. He lives in the foothills west of Fort Collins, Colorado with wife Holley, and sons Adam, 5, Joel, 3, and Andrew, 7 months.

Susan Turnbull is well-known in the Old West as an artist and illustrator. Turnbull was born and reared in the Black Hills, and attended the American Academy of Art in Chicago, Illinois. Since then she has worked at an advertising agency in Rapid City, taught fashion illustration at National College and conducted workshops in line drawing and cartooning for elementary children. A freelance artist for over 18 years, Turnbull has illustrated several children's books and designed a variety of children's products. She is married to Bill Fleming, and her three children are Holly, Tiffany and Cheston.

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