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Join us as we welcome William J. Birnes publisher of UFO Magazine and star of the history channel series UFO Hunters. William J. Birnes is a New York Times best-selling author, a magazine publisher, and a New York literary publishing agent who has written and edited over twenty-five books and encyclopedias in the fields of human behavior, true crime, current affairs, history, psychology, business, computing, and the paranormal. Recently, Dr. Birnes has completed a textbook for Academic Press on the corporate psychology of police task force personnel involved in long-term multi-jurisdictional investigations of serial and sexual homicides. As a literary agent and book producer, Dr. Birnes current best-seller on the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and Wall Street Journal lists is The Black Dahlia Avenger (Arcade, 2003). His previous bestseller as an author was The Day After Roswell in 1997. This September, A&E will broadcast the movie, "The Riverman," based on the book, The Riverman, that Bill wrote with detective Bob Keppel about how serial killer Ted Bundy helped police track the Green River Killer Gary Ridgway. As publisher of the nationally distributed UFO Magazine,editor of The UFO Encyclopedia published by Pocket Books, and co-author, with the nations top radio talk-show host, George Noory, of A Worker In The Light, Dr. Birnes has added to his list of publications in the UFO/Paranormal field, which include: The Day After Roswell, Unsolved UFO Mysteries, and The Haunting of the Presidents. William Birnes received his Ph.D. from New York University in 1974 while he was an Instructor of English at Trenton State College in New Jersey where he taught structural linguistics and historical linguistics as well as literature and writ

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