Kerr Cuhulain

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Kerr Cuhulain is the pen name of Canadian occult author and retired Detective Constable Charles Ennis. A former child abuse investigator, he is the author of several articles on child abuse investigation that appeared in Law & Order Magazine. A former Air Force officer, Cuhulain was a police officer for over 28 years, a police dispatcher for another 8 years, and a Wiccan for over forty. He's served on the SWAT team, Gang Crime Unit, and hostage negotiation team.[1]

Better known to the Pagan community by his Wiccan name, Kerr Cuhulain, Ennis was the first Wiccan police officer to go public about his beliefs 36 years ago[citation needed]. He is the former Preceptor General of Officers of Avalon, a non-profit benevolent association for Pagan and Wiccan law enforcement, firefighting and emergency medical personnel and their families. He is a frequent contributor to The Witches' Voice networking website, and has applied his abilities as an investigative journalist to the histories of several controversial individuals in the Neo-Pagan and New Age communities, such as John Todd and Michael Warnke.[2] He speaks at writers' conferences and Pagan festivals throughout North American.

Cuhulain lives in Sechelt, British Columbia. He founded an order of knighthood, the Order of Paladins: www.orderofpaladins.com He now also writes fantasy fiction as C. A. Ennis and paranormal romance as Carrie Bryce.

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  1. ^ Beliefnet article with author's bio
  2. ^ Witchvox article with author's bio

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