ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Christopher K. Coleman is a freelance writer and has six books in print and numerous articles and online content to his credit. Several of his books deal with Southern ghostlore, folklore and history. Among the topics which he explores are paranormal phenomena (including true ghost reports), Forteana, Cryptozoology, and UFO phenomena, as well as history during all periods and unsolved historical mysteries. He now has three books in print dealing with the Civil War, the latest being Ambrose Bierce and the Period of Honorable Strife, a biography of American author Ambrose Bierce’s Civil War career, published by the University of Tennessee Press.
His undergraduate degree was earned at St. Anselm College and pursued a PhD in Archaeology at the University of Chicago, learning Egyptian and Babylonian curses and ceremonial magic, among other things. He worked on the staff of the Parthenon Museum (in Nashville) for five years. His interests include History, Archaeology and assorted esoteric subjects. He currently resides in Middle Tennessee with his family. He mainly writes on politics and history these days, but also still delves into true cases of the paranormal and other esoterica.