The Top-Secret History of Sullivant's Hill Becomes Action-Packed Entertainment



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In 2016 Inventor Craig Wise outlined five action novels based on the Hilltop legends he first heard in the 1980s. After decades of casually (unintentionally) noticing 100s of pieces of supporting evidence, he began writing. 

Basing thrilling entertainment on this hill's secret past to supercharge its politically ignored economy kept him motivated. 

Wise had been questioning Columbus's historical past since his teens. In 1992 he created Columbus Yesteryear for CTV 21, the city's cable channel. The show filled their empty slots almost daily for a decade, likely until their 1" video cassette broke.

The Southern Cross is the second novel he has in clean draft form. The first, Sullivant's Hill, ends with the formation of ORPHAN. It includes the early backgrounds of the repeating characters. We realized it would be more appealing after several action-packed ORPHAN thrillers. So for now, it's shelved

ORPHAN and POSTAL Agent stories are all works of fiction.  

Or are they?

 Check out this crude video draft to see for yourself: