Jo Wright was born the daughter of an Independent Fundamental Baptist pastor in the Heights area of Houston, Texas, at Heights Hospital. That is about the most normal event in Jo’s life. Life was fascinating, hard, and although her family was dirt poor, she did not know or care because Jo always had a horse. How can you be poor if you own a horse? Riches lie in the experiences of life, not in the amount of cash in a bank account.

At the age of three, in December 1963, a group of 76 people moved from Texas to South America. What followed were the events written about by Zane Grey and other fictitious publications. However, Jo’s crazy, wild, exotic, terrifying, horrible, wonderful life is filled with facts that will spill out on this blog as the authors continue research. This is a time of discovery for anyone interested in going on a venture.


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