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Welcome everone to our new book release. This has been twenty-five years of research culmination to bring this all together properly. Meet the authors and the cover artist.
Joseph G. Jordan
Joseph Jordan is the President and co-founder of the CE4 Research Group, an alien abduction investigation and research team (originally) based out of Cocoa, Florida. Following his work for NASA's Kennedy Space Center as a Safety Specialist, he took a position in South Korea as a Safety Professional contractor supporting the US Military presence there.
Joe has been a Mutual UFO Network Field Investigator since 1992, and currently is the MUFON International Director for South Korea He is a member of MUFON’s STAR Team "Rapid Response Special Unit" and recently MUFON’s Inner Circle.
Joe has shared his research findings from his alien abduction investigations through many radio shows, newspaper and magazine articles, DVDs, and lectures. His research findings on alien abductions have been written about in over 30 different authored books over the past two decades. He has spoken during six Roswell UFO Festivals in Roswell, New Mexico, including the 60th Anniversary Conference in 2007 and the 70th Anniversary Festival Conference in 2017, as well as other domestic and international venues. He was also honored to host the Roswell UFO Festival Conference for the city of Roswell in 2008.
The findings of the CE4 Research Group are without a doubt the most powerful and controversial evidence of the true nature of the alien abduction phenomenon to ever be presented in the field of Ufology.
Jason Dezember, born and raised in Huntington Beach, CA, is father to three beautiful children and husband to his wife, Katerina. He serves at First Love Church in Costa Mesa, CA, on the worship team and occasionally in the children's ministry. He's gone from nomadic surfer in rock bands, to a successful career in the financial sector, and warrior for Christ (and everything in between).
His most recent endeavor is joining forces with Joseph G. Jordan in a ministry for Christ, to help people being deceived by the world view of alien abduction and UFO encounters; in an effort to prevent them from going down rabbit holes, and instead find the Truth, Jesus Christ.
About the Cover Artist
Robert “Bobby” Marsee is an award winning painter and artist proficient in multiple mediums. While he enjoys painting and drawing various subjects in a variety of mediums, he specializes in painting oil portraits. In 1993 he received his B.A. in Fine Art from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma in Chickasha, OK. There he studied under Western Oklahoma artists Hollis Howard and Angus “Kent” Lamar. Bobby’s studio, named Marsee’s Fine Art & Framing, is located in Weatherford, OK, where he does most of his commissioned paintings, provides custom picture framing, and teaches several weekly oil painting classes. He enjoys living in Western Oklahoma with his wife, Angela, and their two rescue dogs, Rembrandt and Kona.
Marsee has been a featured artist at multiple shows and festivals, including “Arts Festival Oklahoma (OCCC),” the “Global Oklahoma” (Rose State College) cultural festival, and “Septemberfest” held at the Oklahoma Governor’s mansion, where he created crowd pleasing sidewalk chalk murals of legendary Oklahomans, including astronaut Thomas P. Stafford, Olympic champion Jim Thorpe and Yankee great Mickey Mantle. His colorful acrylic portrait of Dr. Ben Carson currently hangs Mr. Carson’s office at HUD in Washington D.C. Some of his more recent high profile commissions include a portrait of singer Jon Bon Jovi. Commissioned by the Chesapeake Energy Center (home of the NBA’s Oklahoma City Thunder), Bobby painted a group portrait of Jon Bon Jovi and his band while they played at “The Peake.” It was presented to the band after the concert. His latest commissioned oil painting “The Cottonwood Band” can be viewed at the Oklahoma state capitol in Oklahoma City, where it was presented on the floor of the house in May, 2020, and will be included in the permanent capitol collection.