JEFF DANELEK, is an author, researcher and graphic artist. After a stint in the Navy, he attended the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, specializing in illustration and graphic design. He has worked for a wide array of employers, from the public school system to the aerospace industry. He enjoys writing both fiction and non-fiction, much of it with spiritual, religious, cryptozoological, historical and/or paranormal overtones. His first book, Reconsidering Atlantis: A New Look at a Prehistoric Civilization (out of print), was published in 2003. He has since written: The Mystery of Reincarnation, The Case for Ghosts, Atlantis, Lessons from a Prehistoric Civilization (basically a rework of his book), UFOs: The Great Debate, 2012: Extinction or Utopia, and the Case for Reincarnation. Jeff has also written The Great Airship of 1897, that deals with the mysterious sighting of "airships" reported over rhe southwest and midwest in the winter of 1896-97, and co-authored with Chuck Davis, Phantoms of the Skies: The Lost History of Aviation from Antiquity through the Wright Brothers. He has been a guest on Coast to Coast with George Noury, on Whitley Strieber's Dreamland Radio Show, the x-zone with Rob McConnell, EUP Radio with Scott Colborn, Erskine Overnight, Para-X Radio with Rusty O'Nhail, and many more. He has also spoken at several seminars, most recently at a paranormal conference at the haunted Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado. Jeff continues to do free-lance graphic work, teach classes at Colorado Free University and Front Range Community College in Denver, and work on his tennis game. His work can be found at www.ourcuriousworld.com and www.Quest4Spirit.org.