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Robert L. Snow, IISIS Board Member
Robert Snow worked as a police officer with the Indianapolis Police Department for over 38 years, retiring with the rank of captain. During his time there he served in such capacities as Police Department Executive Officer, Captain of Detectives, and Commander of the Homicide Branch. Robert's wife, Melanie, is also a retired police officer
Robert has also been a publishing writer for almost 30 years. He has had over 100 articles and short stories published in such magazines as Playboy, Reader's Digest, The Writer, the National Enquirer, The Saint Detective Magazine, and many others. In addition, he has had thirteen books published, most of them giving readers the benefit of his knowledge of law enforcement so that they can protect themselves and their loved ones.
Robert is also the author of Looking for Carroll Beckwith, which documents how he was able to historically validate a past lifetime for himself, which he discovered through a past life regression. Indeed, the case of Carroll Beckwith | Robert Snow is a landmark case which demonstrates that past life regression can lead to accurate past life information. His case also shows that facial features remain consistent from one incarnation to another.
The major influence on Robert's writing life was his mentor: Professor Mary Louise Rea of Indiana University. She saw a hint of talent and nurtured it. Robert received a Bachelors of Arts (BA) from Indiana University, graduating Summa Cum Laude.