The Story of Oliver Conway In July, 4,1905 John Conway was born in Dublin, Ireland. In May, 27, 1910 his family immigrated to America and settled in the lower east side of Boston. Oliver's father, James Conway was a great fisherman and businessman and made a name for his family in the fishing ports. In 1926 on his 21st birthday, Oliver inherit his father's business. August 17, 1929 years later he meets Jennifer O'maley, young daughter of wealthy businessman and friend of her father's. 6 months later they were married. In November 8, 1931, Oliver's wife died in childbirth of his son Elias Conway. With no one to take care of his infant son, Oliver stood down as CEO of Conway Fishing and gave the Title to his younger brother,other Thomas. That way he would spend raising his son. On the anniversary of his wife's death Oliver decided to take his boat alone on the ocean. It was then a great storm came on November 8, 1932. Oliver was caught in the storm with waves over 20 feet high. Oliver lost his balanced falling into the water and knocked unconscious. After that two things happened. The first thing was his death. The second, a lightning bolt struck him in the water kickstarting his heart and.bringing him back to life and changing the cells in his body and from that moment Oliver Conway will never again be affected by the ravages of time. He will never grow old nor die. The next day he was found alive washed up on the shores of Boston port. Oliver continued with life like normal. Over the past decade he began to realize something was not right. He spent a year in medical research for his condition. He concluded that there was no answer to his condition. Then WWII came and Oliver enlisted lying about his age. Then in June 06 1944 Oliver stormed the beaches of Normandy. He was 38. He saw many horrors and took nearly fatal wounds but still managed to survive with his injuries healing almost instantly. This raised many suspicions when he returned from the war. So on his 45th birthday July 4th 1950, Oliver Conway decided to disappear never to be seen again. And for the next 65 years he would travel but every decade would return with a new Identity.