In the summer of 1895, terror gripped the Indian Territories (today's Oklahoma). The youthful, multi-racial Rufus Buck gang was on the rampage, terrorizing and assaulting anyone in its path. Their goal: to expel whites from Indian Territory. Gang leader Rufus Buck was half-Black and half Creek Indian. The rest of the gang was composed of one African-American, and three full-blooded Creeks. The idea of a multi-racial gang banding together in 1895 may seem strange, but turn-of-the-century Indian Territory was a multi-racial place. A new novel by Leonce Gaiter entitled I Dreamt I Was in Heaven - The Rampage of the Rufus Buck Gang (http://www.buckrampage.com), explores the Buck gang rampage amidst the rainbow of ethnicities on both sides of the law in the lawless Indian Territory.