E.R. Vernor, better known under his penname as Corvis Nocturnum is an author, publisher and lecturer who has written over a dozen books on popular culture. The content ranges from vampires and zombies to the Devil and the occult. He has also been a consultant for A&E Channel's Paranormal State. He has appeared as a guest speaker at Dragon Con, Scarefest, Parafest and interviewed on the BET Channel's The Lexi Show episode "The Church of Satan". He was also interviewed for the October 2009 Penthouse Magazine article on sex and Satanism. He is also an artist who lectures, at conventions and universities, on other subjects such as secret societies, Goth culture and does his best to debunk the many myths and stereotypes prevalent about dark subcultures. He is the founder of Dark Moon Press, and owner of Dark Moon Productions. He is the executive producer of Eerie America: Travel Guide of the Macabre, based off the book from Schiffer Publishing. Teaming up with Sunset Studios, he is the executive producer of Eerie America: Travel Guide of the Macabre, based off the book from Schiffer Publishing. He has done lectures at various events all over Indiana, Ohio, and Illinois on the subjects in Embracing the Darkness; Understanding Dark Subcultures, work detailing the truth and crossover of alternative lifestyles, gaining the attention of readers in the all over the world. The grand and great-grandson of a Mason belongs to the Church of Satan, where he holds the title of media representative and Reverend in the priesthood. He remains involved in bringing about public awareness to Satanism's true nature at conventions and universities, by being an invited speaker at Indiana Purdue Universities World Religions seminar. Various writings of his have appeared in newsletters and online groups, and he has spoken out on hundreds of blog talk online radio shows. He currently the publisher of Dark Moon Press and CEO of Dark Moon Productions.