William J. Birnes
Who is William J. Birnes?
William J. "Bill" Birnes is an American author, editor, publisher and literary rights agent. A graduate of New York University, he holds a Ph.D in medieval literature from the same institution and later earned a J.D. degree from Concord Law School.
As a writer of popular nonfiction, he co-authored The Riverman with detective/academic Robert D. Keppel, an account of serial killer Ted Bundy's involvement in the apprehension of Green River Killer Gary Ridgway. The book was adapted into a made-for-TV film on A&E. Following the publication of The Day After Roswell, a collaboration with Philip J. Corso, Birnes has emerged as a prominent UFOlogist.
He has appeared on the History Channel's television documentary series: UFO Files, Ancient Aliens, and I Know What I Saw. He starred in UFO Hunters as leader of an investigative team of fellow ufologists.
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