Rita Jean Moran
Hidden Human History
Silver Sky Dreams
Hidden Human Story
Tales from the Mysterious Side
The Library Kids
About Rita Jean Moran
Rita visits many of the places she writes about. The cover art of many of her books includes her own photography. Rita began writing screenplays years ago, but found it difficult to break into Hollywood at the time even after optioning a screenplay, twice. Her interest in researching and writing never died and she realized that books were also a great vehicle to share her stories and research and so Rita moved on to books.
After visiting caves in Texas and Wisconsin, an idea was born inside her mind. It started out as a set of children’s books and then it blossomed into finding what Rita believes is a true and factual story that has never been told. Her first set of books were for children and were titled, The Library Kids.
Due to her research into mythology for this series, Rita began to study a library out of Harvard University Press known as the Loeb Library. From there she discovered the story of a family that changed the world. Rita calls this family the Cronides. Rita believes this family existed over 12,000 to 25,000 years ago and that they traveled the world to civilize it. Rita wrote the series, Hidden Human Story, about this family. Rita also created a theory titled the Mythological Unfication Theory, that connects all mythologies and modern day religions based on the Cronides. Rita has also created a series titled, Tales from the Mysterious Side, that delves into the paranormal/supernatural and paranormal/ supernatural experiences that she has experienced in her life and while out in the field.
After writing over thirty-two books (and counting) and multiple screenplays, Rita has also dabbled with filmmaking as the industry has opened up to independent filmmakers like herself. Rita currently have one full-length feature film and documentaries available for rent/purchase and plans for more films and documentaries.
Currently, Rita is fully exploring the tale of the genocide of red-haired people (some say giants) at Lovelock Cave, Nevada that has been hidden as well as the numerous accounts of giant skeletons found all over the Americas.