The son of a Southern Illinois pastor, Brian P. Easton grew up watching classic horror films and spaghetti westerns during the 1970’s.
Easton includes in his resume such jobs as: trapper for the National Parks Service, Wyoming cowboy, predator control for cattle ranchers, truck driver, newspaper composition foreman and rail technician on the Southern Pacific Railroad.
A researcher of the occult since 1985, he earned a degree in anthropology to further his study. Most of his works include various occult references.
His primary literary influences are H.P. Lovecraft and Cormac McCarthy; especially the latter’s novel, Blood Meridian.
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