Russell Ferrell is a non-fiction historical writer and educator. He has worked as a journalist and educator and in several varied occupations. He owned and operated a cattle ranch in Atoka County, Oklahoma, before moving to Red Oak, Texas, where he currently resides with his wife, Waynetta, and their four dogs and five cats. He was working on several projects in the historical field when he put them all aside to write the true story of Cephis Hall and Sid Love, the two amateur naturalists who discovered and excavated the Acrocanthosaurus in McCurtain County, Oklahoma - one of the greatest dinosaur discoveries and excavations in history.
Ferrell is the author of two books: "Acrocanthosaurus - The Bones of Contention" and "The Bone War of McCurtain County." He will be releasing a revised version of The Bone War of McCurtain County in July 2015 - a shorter, but much improved, edition. Although having lost focus on a book project about barbarians and their legacy to the modern world, Ferrell is engaging work on other topics.
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