Free lance writer; consultant. Born– May 12, 1944, Talladega. (Moved to Canada at the age of fifteen.) Parents–Robert Lee and Scottibelle Louise Robertson Bradley. Married–Freda Winnifred Doody, June 11, 1966.  Children– one.  Education– Dalhousie University, 1964-67. Worked in journalism, writing, marketing, advertising, research, and social action. Author of more than 100 radio and television scripts. Exponent of a theory that Neanderthal DNA survives in modern humans and influences human history. Invented the Environmental Reaction Analog Perception Testing apparatus.

Source: Book jacket for The Iceman Inheritance; Contemporary Authors online.


The Black Discovery of America. Toronto; Personal Library, 1981.

Chosen People from the Caucasus.  Chicago; Third World Press, 1992.

The Columbus Conspiracy.  Willowdale, Ont.; Hounslow Press, 1991.

Communion in Solitude: Mexico in the Corner of an Eye.  Scrimshaw Press, 1975.

Crisis of Clarity; the New Democratic Party and the Quest for the Holy Grail. Toronto; Summerhill Press, 1985.

The Cronos Complex I. Toronto; Nelson, Foster & Scott, 1973.

The Crossing of Crows.  Berkeley; Saguaro, 1977.

Grail Knights of North America.  Hounslow Press, 1998.

The Iceman Inheritance. Toronto; Dorset Publishing Co., 1978.

Imprint; a Novel. New York; Warner Books, 1980.

The Mantouche Factor. Toronto; Dorset Publishing Co., 1979.

More than a Myth.  Hounslow Press, 1989.


The Days of Canadian Steam. Willowdale, Ont.; Hounslow Press, 1988.

Holy Grail Across the Atlantic; the Secret History of Canadian Discovery and Exploration. Willowdale, Ont.; Houslow Press, 1988.