It tells a story of grandparents in the 1800s as judges in Missouri and those on the Supreme Court of Missouri on my mother's side of the family, then Congressman Frank W. Boykin of Mobile, Alabama, on my father's side of the family.
Some highlights from the manuscript:
Congressman Boykin started the multiethnic, multireligious Kounter Klan to challenge the corrupt Ku Klux Klan in Alabama and other Southern States.
He served in Congress for over twenty-eight years but remained a man of the people.
Boykin was also involved in real estate, where he purchased more than three million acres during his lifetime, developing Homosassa Springs in Florida with President Truman's brother. He had over eighteen different businesses, including in timber, farming, cattle raising, and shipbuilding.
Boykin's suggestion is untold history setting the English Channel ablaze during World War II and helped thwart the Nazi invasion of the country of England.
Also, a movie that was to be made in the '50s and '60s by Breedlove Production Company in Los Angeles, California, have been unable to find out if it is sitting in a can in a Hollywood, California, studio and if it was ever made. Charlton Heston was proposed to star in it, and the title was trademarked called Everything Is Made for Love, Frank Boykin's motto for over forty years.
It tells of sexual and physical abuse, bullying through childhood to adulthood, divorces, being conned, and the con receiving seven years in prison, having four fathers from age two to fourteen. Travel experiences to other countries and of family, children, cousins, abduction, and the way to learning one's true self and identity.