Bill Yenne is the author of more than three dozen non-fiction books, as well as several novels. He has contributed to encyclopedias of both world wars, and has appeared in documentaries airing on the History Channel, the National Geographic Channel, the Smithsonian Channel and ARD German Television. The Wall Street Journal has called Mr. Yenne's work "splendid," while Publishers Weekly has used the adjective "remarkable." General Wesley Clark called his recent biography of Alexander the Great, the "best yet."
Mr. Yenne is a graduate of the Stanford University Professional Publishing Course, and is the founder of American Graphic Systems, whose AGS BookWorks division is the producer of nearly 200 large-format, illustrated books.
The cattle mutilation mystery has endured for almost 50 years. Who or what is behind the death and disfigurement of livestock around the globe? George Knapp welcomed researcher Christopher O'Brien for a discussion of his in-depth examination and analysis of this enigma. Investigator David Perkins also joined in the latter part of the conversation. First hour guest, author Bill Yenne outlined how Area 51 has served as a testing ground for many of the most groundbreaking advancements in American military aviation technology. ... More »Host: George Knapp