Chris Gallagher is an associate professor of engineering at the University of Cincinnati. While on sabbatical from the university, Chris signed up for an archeological dig in Ardèche, France, so he could study the structure of caves. Professor Gallagher has always had an interest in self-hypnosis, teleportation, and time travel. Chris's knowledge and paranormal skills are put to the test when his assignment accidentally takes him back in time. Chris spends his first night in France sleeping in the Circle of Dreams on the hill just above Chauvet's Cave. While in his sleep, Chris meets the artist who drew the four horse heads in Chauvet's Cave some 32,000 years ago.
Roland Vincent Boike was born October 28, 1930 at his family home in Madeira, Ohio. He is the son of Dr. Stephen Boike and Ludvica Rensi Boike and is one of seven children. During the Korean War, Roland served in 134th and the 147th Field Artillery as Chief of Section of a 105 Howitzers Battalion. Roland attended Western Kentucky State University, Ohio State Department of Agriculture, and the University Of Cincinnati Department Of Applied Arts. He was awarded a full scholarship to attend Lincoln College of Chiropractic where he graduated in 1962 with a Degree in Chiropractic. Roland practiced Chiropractic in Loveland, Ohio for thirty- five years and was a Staff Physician at Jewish Hospital in Kenwood, Ohio. He served as Team Physician for Loveland High School, Western Brown High School and Wilmington College Girls Soccer Team. Roland served as Mayor and Vice Mayor in Loveland, Ohio, a community of over 10,500 residents. Roland was a founder and Director of The Community National Bank, Loveland, Ohio and Chairman of the Loveland 1976 Centennial Celebration, which produced a live outdoor spectacular, "The History of Loveland". Roland was a founder, past president and member of the Board of Trustees of The Loveland Chamber of Commerce. He designed the Valentine postage meter stamp and the Logo "There Is Nothing In The World So Sweet As Love". He was recognized with an award from The National Safety Council for saving the lives of three children in a submerged automobile at Lake Isabella in May, 1964. Roland was honored by the City of Loveland, Ohio for dedicated service to the community with a commemorative marker In the Veteran's Memorial Park. Roland is a Kentucky Colonel and has received numerous awards for civic achievements.