" . . . freaky and fascinating . . . Cavinder is a storyteller with an engaging sense of humor." —Gary (IN) Post-Tribune
"Because the contents of this eminently readable book cover many people, places, and events there is something for every reader young and old." —Madison Courier
It's Ripley's with a Hoosier twist—Fred Cavinder has put together a group of findings and stories, some kooky and strange, some from the twilight zone, some historical oddities and fascinations, all gleaned from Indiana. Submitted for your consideration: the blind man who designed and built an automobile, the "volunteer" tree growing out of a courthouse roof, and much, much more.