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Godfrey is a highly-respected former Investigative Reporter for the Toronto Sun and Sun Media. He now freelances for Metro News, Now Magazine, Share News and the Etobicoke Guardian. He is a winner of four awards for outstanding reporting, including one from the Toronto Police Service.
The late Bob Mitchell was a highly-acclaimed Canadian author and journalist, who covered crime and sports for The Toronto Star for more than 35 years.
He was the author of seven books, including two UFO books. His latest book – “Intrusion Alien Encounters” was published in February 2015. One of his true crime books – “The Class Project-How to Kill a Mother” was published in 2008 and was turned into the feature movie “Perfect Sisters” starring Abigail Breslin, Mira Sorvino and Georgie Henley. It’s the story of Canada’s infamous Bathtub Girls.