Jeff Scott Cole is a writer, former middle school teacher, and broken-down archaeologist whose foray into the paranormal represents a hiatus from the traditional history texts typically found in his personal stacks. Born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, Jeff holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology from Cleveland State University, where he was the first undergraduate in the university's history to successfully write and win competitive external grant funding from The Martha Holden Jennings Foundation, and The S. Livingston Mather Charitable Trust, for the production of a video documentary on Ohio prehistory for use in schools state-wide. Jeff continued his archaeology studies at the University of Cincinnati where he completed the course work for a Master of Arts degree. While in residence, he served as an Adjunct Instructor for UC's College of Evening and Continuing Education where he taught courses on North American Prehistory, and Ancient Mysteries. With the arrival of his son, Jeff retired his trowel, brushes and fedora, and shifted his career to the world of corporate human resources. Then, when saddled with the role of single-parent, he gave up his corporate ambitions and returned to the classroom as a long-term substitute teacher, teaching Social Studies and English/Language Arts for Madison Local Schools; Lake County, Ohio. Jeff is a member of the Society of American Archaeology, the Ohio Archaeological Council, and Co-Founder of The Friends of Prospect Place Association; a historic preservation interest group. Recently transplanted from Ohio's "eerie" coast, Jeff resides in Atlanta, Georgia where he is a Human Resources Consultant.
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