Stephen Ubaney (a.k.a. Steve Ubaney) is the owner of four college degrees and has been inducted into multiple national and international honor societies. In 2012 became the architect of the popular Who Murdered? book series. This fascinating series uses newly uncovered evidence to solve celebrity deaths decades after their cases have been closed proving that they were actually murdered. The probing book series delves into the deaths of five historical subjects: Elvis Presley, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Princess Diana, John F. Kennedy and lastly, Nickola Tesla. Being poetry influenced by Richard Hugo and Emily Dickinson his work is an eclectic mixture of colorful story line descriptions and scientific investigation that rivets the reader.
He has earned high praise for his research methods and investigative journalism as his cross-genre book series has become a favorite of those interested in mystery, murder, cold case, suspense, history, conspiracy, and organized crime. Mr. Ubaney has been the featured guest on hundreds of national and international television, radio and podcast interviews and has generated a cult following for his ability to capture the reader while filtering the murder suspects through motive, means and opportunity. In the end of each volume in the series, the murderer and the method are both revealed through the use of the criminal process. Notorious for avoiding book signings; autographed copies are rare.
Mr. Ubaney is a proud member of both the Sons of the American Revolution and The Mayflower Society. His family history is fascinating as they were among the first to organize the resistance against the King of England and flee to the new world. His ancestor, John Howland, came to America on the Mayflower in rebellion of the King trading his indentured servitude to Governor John Carver in exchange for his passage.
Verified documents at The New England Historical and Genealogical Register indicate that during the voyage Howland was among the 41 signers of the Mayflower Compact, and in 1624 he married fellow Mayflower passenger Elizabeth Tilley. Mr. Ubaney is among their descendants, along with other notables such as Kevin Bacon, Alec Baldwin, Stephen Baldwin, Humphrey Bogart, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry Cabot Lodge, Christopher Lloyd, Sarah Heath Palin, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Dr. Benjamin Spock, Chevy Chase, and John Lithgow
Mr. Ubaney’s tenth grandfather, William Chase, came to America on the Winthrop Fleet in 1630. Their family eventually split over the revolutionary war as half of the family pledged loyalty to the King, while the other half joined the colonial rebellion. This severed the family and would eventually lead to a name change of the Loyalists from Chase to Chace. The family that sided with the rebellion would eventually go on to form the Chase bank / credit card conglomerate. William Chase’s son, Benjamin, would go on to marry a direct descendant of US General William Tecumseh Sherman making Mr. Ubaney cousins with the following list of notables . . .