Bob Mitchell is a Canadian author and journalist, who covered crime and sports for The Toronto Star for more than 35 years. After leaving the newspaper in May 2013, Mitchell turned his attention to writing UFO books. Since then he has authored three UFO books to go along with his four crime books, including "The Class Project-How to Kill a Mother – the story of Canada’s infamous Bathtub Girls," which was turned into the movie "Perfect Sisters" starring Abigail Breslin, Georgie Henley and Mira Sorvino.
His UFO books primarily deal with first person accounts from people, who believe they have encountered aliens and been abducted. Mitchell is also an executive with MUFON Canada and runs its Twitter account and continues to be a freelance writer and media consultant and co-founder of a news release writing business, Toronto News Wire Services. He has appeared on numerous radio and television programs talking about his UFO books and has spoken at numerous conferences and events, including the Alien Cosmic Expo in Brantford, Ontario and the Rose City Paracon conference in Windsor, Ontario. He is currently writing another UFO book and continues to shop a horror thriller screenplay.