The word unbelievable defines the life of Dr. Harrison Miller Moseley. As a testament to grit, determination and faith, Dr. Moseley's life exemplifies the good that can come from facing and surviving extremely challenging circumstances. As his biography reveals, his astonishing life had a purpose. Emerging from humble beginnings, Miller Moseley experienced multiple tragedies while growing up in North Texas, and survived the Great Depression. The tribulations and obstacles he endured formed in him the determination and unstoppable fortitude needed to live out an incredible life. From playing left end for the famed 1938 Fort Worth Masonic Home Masons football team, being handpicked by Nathan Rosen to assist on the Manhattan Project, and teaching for forty years at Texas Christian University, Dr. Harrison Miller Moseley's story, like his life, is truly unbelievable!