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GARY GABELHOUSE

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GARY GABELHOUSE was born in 1951 in Lincoln, graduating from Lincoln High School and receiving his Bachelor's Degree in Biology Education from the University of Nebraska in 1972. He attended the Cotner School of Religion, becoming an associate pastor at Epworth United Methodist Church. Later he did graduate work at the University of Minnesota at Mankato. Post-graduate work took Gabelhouse to Kenya to test the feasibility of staging National Outdoor Leadership Schools expeditions to East Africa. He has led climbing expeditions in Africa, South America, Europe (Alps), Asia, and throughout North America and lived for long periods in Kenya, trekking throughout game reserves and the bush. A leader of five expeditions to Mt Kenya, he was nominated to The Explorers Club in 1986. He is the CEO of an international media research firm and the author of Dreams of the N'dorobo: Mystery, Murder, and Mysticism in the Shadows of Africa and of Prophets Reborn (Greyhound Books), a regional best seller that has been optioned for TV movie and serial rights. It was also published in the Czech Republic and was #7 in adult fiction. He lives in his hometown of Lincoln, Nebraska, with his wife and daughter.



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