Deehambone was an American Explorer who settled in Oklahoma. He created the first documented and charted trail to reach Oregon, mapping and tracking the trail himself to the West Coast. Deehambone, after suffering from a rare form of smallpox at the age of 37, left his body scarred and mutinized. He went into seclusion, where he wrote a series of novels never to be released to the public. Notes of one book, The Waste and Misuse of All the Rockets, were found in 1834, in his small log cabin 35 miles south of Oklahoma City. The book appeared to be a story of a solider, always wasting his ammunition and never gaining the ranks of a higher military officer because of his squandering motives. Deehambone died in 1830, just four years before the notes and his hidden household were found.
Deehambone has no other recorded information on his life, and people until this day till mutter the mysterious words under their breath, Who is Deehambone?
A journey through America Volume XXVII, Clandestine Explorers of the 19th Century