About Jimmy Lee Shreeve
I’m Jimmy Lee Shreeve, an author and journalist. My books include Human Sacrifice, Cannibals, Doktor Snake’s Voodoo Spellbook, How To Be Famous, and Hash Brownies. I used to write for national newspapers, but I went on to run a number of online companies.
What else do I do?
My main project at present is filming a video diary called Motorcycle Jaunts, which chronicles me exploring long lost highways on a motorcycle. And you can find my music on my Youtube channel.
Oh and my byline and work has appeared in over a thousand newspapers, magazines and online media all over the world, including The Independent, Financial Times, Sunday Express, The Guardian, Sunday Telegraph, Daily Express, Mail On Sunday, Best Magazine, Chat, How To Spend It, Maxim, Front, and The Sun.
(UK title "Blood Rites"). A Shocking Expose Of Ritual Killings Worldwide. By Jimmy Lee Shreeve. Barricade Books, 2008. More.
Voodoo for the masses...
_Jimmy's Doktor Snake's Voodoo Spellbook, published by St. Martin's Press, brought voodoo and hoodoo to the masses (previous to that you had dodgy pamphlets republished from the 1930s or academic books). It was hip, sassy and rock & roll. And within months of hitting the streets, the book became a cult bestseller. More.
"Why I eat like a caveman..."
_BELFAST TELEGRAPH: Desperate to lose weight, Jimmy Lee Shreeve found that only one diet did the trick; that of Paleolithic man. "A few years ago, as I approached 40, I found I couldn't do up the top button of my jeans. Through my 20s and most of my 30s, I'd taken size 32; now, I needed a 36. I was in denial for months...." More.
True Stories Of The Horrifying Killers Who Feast On Human Flesh. By Jimmy Lee Shreeve. John Blake 2008. More.
_Thames Torso Killing: Sacrifice or Extremist Christian Scam?
_LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: In 2001, the torso of a little black boy was found floating in the River Thames. The case has never been solved. But Scotland Yard believe it was a Juju ritual human sacrifice. British journalist Jimmy Lee Shreeve, however, has uncovered evidence to suggest that extremist Christians hi-jacked the investigation in a bid to revive the "satanic panic" of the 1980s. More.
Forget the gym, go free running...
_THE INDEPENDENT: " I've always done the school run on foot as Imogen and I enjoy walking. But now our daily jaunt on shanks's pony has taken an eccentric turn – which could explain the odd looks we're getting from the other parents and children. Imogen and I are free running our way home...." More.