started his writing career as an eighteen-year-old in 1982 on a British-based music, fashion, and entertainment magazine called "Zero." His interest in UFOs was prompted by his father, who worked on radar with the British Royal Air Force, and who was personally aware of several UFO encounters investigated by the British Government in the 1950s.
Having been assured by sinister Government stooges that UFOs were a crock and nothing more than misidentifications, hoaxes, lies and the deranged tales of certifiably whacked-out nut-jobs, Nick -- a cynical soul and never one to believe in anything told to him by the official world -- decided to head off in hot pursuit of the truth about UFOs for himself - and he's still looking.
Nick began his "career" in Ufology as a firm devotee of the works of Keyhoe, Stringfield and a multitude of other long-gone, high-profile figures who believed that ET was visiting the Earth. Today, Nick believes that the answers to the UFO mystery can probably be found somewhere within a combination of the collective works of Greg Bishop, John Keel, Terence McKenna, Rick Strassman, Aleister Crowley, and Jack Parsons.
Nick is the author of eight books on unsolved mysteries and UFOs: "A Covert Agenda;" "The FBI Files;" "Cosmic Crashes;" "Strange Secrets" (with Andy Roberts); "Three Men Seeking Monsters;" "Body Snatchers in the Desert;" "On the Trail of the Saucer Spies;" and "Celebrity Secrets." He has written for UFO Magazine; Fortean Times; Fate Magazine; and the British Daily Express newspaper.
Nick has spent weeks chasing the vampire-like Chupacabras in Puerto Rico for the Sci-Fi Channel and Canada's Space Channel; roamed around the old base at Roswell, New Mexico in search of decaying, smelly, alien corpses; tried to conjure up Tulpa-style thought-forms of Bigfoot, lycanthropes, and lake monsters in his home-country of England; and was once less-than-politely turned away from the fringes of Area 51, Nevada by a fat and humorless security guard.
Nick lives with his wife, Dana, in almost spitting distance of the infamous Grassy Knoll, and his favorite "things" include punk rock music, ultra-violent zombie movies, chocolate, Carlsberg Special Brew beer, the books of Jack Kerouac, and werewolves.