Vincenzo J. Macrino is a former police sergeant who has spent the last fifteen years of his life in law enforcement and nuclear protection. He has a Master’s of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Boston University, and an undergraduate degree in Natural Science and Mathematics, all of which have endowed him an extensive background in investigative and analytical techniques and procedures.
Raised a Roman Catholic, Macrino received a formal education in bible studies, and at a very young age, he noticed inconsistencies and unexplained events in biblical texts. He was particularly fascinated by descriptions of flying craft, giants, and strange, glowing beings – some of whom procreated with women! A lack of answers from the Church drove him to begin his own investigations. At age 15, his discovery of the works of Ancient Astronaut theorist Zecharia Sitchin launched his lifelong hobby of research.
Macrino has travelled across North America, particularly Mesoamerica and the Yucatan, as well Central America, the Caribbean, the Hawaiian islands, and Europe in search of answers. He has spoken with tribal elders, art historians, researchers, and religious scholars on the topic of alien encounters throughout the ages. His lifelong study of mythology, legend, folklore, and history coupled with an education and professional experience in investigative research arms Macrino with the necessary tools to analyze Ancient Astronaut Theory in an informative, understandable, and enthralling way.