Christopher Fulton was born in 1965 in Northern Virginia, just outside Washington, D.C., into a family with rich military history. His roots trace back to William Vaughn Jr. who fought with distinction in the Revolutionary War, and later, General John C. Vaughn who fought in the Civil War. Although Christopher was on his way to being accepted to the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, he chose a different life path in commercial construction. Christopher's discipline and diligence took him to the top of the high-rise construction industry in Vancouver, British Columbia. Many of that city’s finest skyscrapers are monuments to his work. At age 33, at the height of his success, he was arrested. He spent years in federal prison for his possession of material evidence in JFK’s assassination.