Laurent Guyénot was born in France in 1960. After graduating as an engineer from the École Nationale Supérieure de Techniques Avancées in Paris, and working in the armaments industry in the United States for two years, he turned to the study of religious history and anthropology. He has earned a PhD in Medieval Studies in La Sorbonne, Paris, and has since authored several groundbreaking books in French on medieval “narrative anthropology”, most recently The Bleeding Spear (2010) and Fairy Death (2011). He has also published an investigation into the psychological and social damage of mass pornography. He has been researching America’s “deep history” for the last four years, and has been a contributor to Voltairenet.org. JFK-911 is his first book in English.