Folks, there was no accident with his car. He was not airlifted to a hospital and had to stay in intensive care. Self proclaimed time traveler Steven Gibbs, the inventor of the Hyper Dimensional Resonator or HDR unit is not dead, and that was just a rumor. Why people start these tall tales is beyond me. Hey, it is now the internet age. Perhaps they enjoy causing a person pain. If you have any news... please contact me. I am at firstname.lastname@example.org
Steven Gibbs is still living in Lyndon Kansas and he spoke to me on March 4, 2015 that he was doing just fine and nothing is wrong. He often goes to Topeka, the capital of Kansas.
Actually, I was on the phone for over an hour and he seems to be in good health to me. Death is as he says - far away. Still, I do want to nip it in the bud as some wish to muddy the waters some more. There is no truth to this tall tale - none.
If you do not believe me, call book author Patricia Ress. She wrote several books on Steven Gibbs and his HDR device. She lived in Omaha Nebraska, the biggest city in that state. The capital of Nebraska is Lincoln and much smaller in size.
Well, it does seem maybe some one was spreading false rumors. Talk about idle gossip. Stories get all twisted up. In fact, he told me that he did have a flat tire and took his vehicle to the shop, but all is well now.
Oh yes, and he still builds the HDR units so nothing is different now. Perhaps people do worry. Maybe they should call him up.
If you want any more information, please call him at (785) 2-19-19-95 that is Steven Gibbs telephone number.
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