The Story Behind Oregon's Role in the Biggest Ponzi Scheme in Indiana History

Indianapolis Monthly describes the charmed life of an Oregon fugitive


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If you're trying to escape your past, there have always been two options: You go south, or you go west.Phil Ferguson went west.Ferguson, the perpetrator of the biggest Ponzi scheme in Indiana history, with ill-gotten gains estimated at $14 million, wound up with a bullet in his head on a ranch in Eastern Oregon after twelve years on the run. The law had finally caught up, and he took his own life.But ...   More
Friday, June 14, 2013 by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

GamerVania: Your Week in Video Games

If you have a detective's instinct for minutiae (or you are “that guy” who goes to parties and tells people that Vader's chest plate was totally on backwards when he was fighting Ben in Star Wars Episode IV), you'll notice an addition to the title of this web column. Gone is “GameVania.” But in its passing we can introduce its successor: GamerVania. I know! Awesome, right? Well, ...   More
Friday, May 8, 2009 Ryan Fleming


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