Jackson, MI, March 18, 2010 — Out-of-body experiences, prophetic, repetitive dreams, a heavenly visitor and a guardian angel who never leaves his side. These themes and characters come together to weave the fabric of Tiki-Tiki Rimbo (published by AuthorHouse), the compelling new autobiogrpahy of World War II veteran Robert E. Damm. At age 83, Damm is one of the few remaining WW II veterans whose memories of the horrors of war are still vivid. He credits his daily, fervent prayers, unshakeable belief and supernatural encounters for helping him through years of many difficult situations.
As a young man, Damm discovered that the rhythmic, ticking sounds of the clock on his mother’s mantle somehow lured him out of his body, where he would float above the room, providing him with the most unusual perspective and sensation of looking down at himself. Instead of being frightened or disturbed by the unexplainable, he found the experience pleasant and a source of comfort. However, the dream that he dreamt often as a young man was alarming, but one he believed came from God in order to prepare him for the gruesome reality he would have to face later in life as a soldier.
Tiki-Tiki Rimbo takes the reader to a painful time in America’s past through the eyes and words of one man whose faith refused to let him give up during his search for the love of his life, war time battles and adjusting back to civilian life. In this unique new autobiography, Damm generously shares letters he wrote and photographs he took from the battlefield, bringing history and his personal story to life.
About the Author: Robert Damm, a World War II veteran, returned from the war with invisible scars and wounds as real as those caused by the enemies’ bullets and shrapnel. He received two bronze arrowheads and a bronze star. Now in his 83rd year, he has decided to share his fascinating story.
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