Timothy Green Beckley Dies






On Memorial Day, May 31, 2021, word spread on social media that Timothy Green Beckley had passed away. A well-known ufologist and author, he wrote and published books on creatures, weird phenomena, and flying saucers in his trademark colorfully covered texts.

Facebook conveyed messages from family and friends that Beckley had died of a heart attack.

Conflicting reports of his age ranged from 65 to 69. On Facebook, his birthdate is given as July 13. Whereas on the IMDb, as Timothy Beckley, Tim Beckley, Jeremy Stone, and  other stage names, he is said to have been born on March 4, 1952 as Jeremy Stone. “He is an actor and producer, known for Sandy Hook Lingerie Party Massacre (2000).”

His newest book, Alien Lives Matter, released in February 2021, reflected his contemporary twist to marketing.


Beckley also produced cryptozoology-fringe books, such as:





His apparently self-authored bio sketch is found throughout the internet. It fills the basis of his obituary:

Tim Beckley had so many careers that even his own girlfriend didn’t know what he did for a living… Timothy Green Beckley has been described as the Hunter Thompson of UFOlogy by the editor of UFO magazine Nancy Birnes. 


Beckley and UFO abductee Betty Hill.

Since an early age his life has more or less revolved around the paranormal.

At the age of three his life was saved by an invisible force. The house he was raised in was thought to be haunted. His grandfather saw a headless horseman.  

Beckley also underwent out of body experiences starting at age six.

And saw his first of three UFOs when he was but ten, and has had two more sightings since – including an attempt to communicate with one of these objects.

Tim grew up listening to the only all night talk show in the country that revolved around the strange and unexplained. Long John Nebel’s guests included the early UFO contactees who claimed to have visited other planets and built time machines in the desert. Tim was fascinated by everything that went bump in the night – or even in the daylight for that matter. Years later, Tim was to appear on Long John’s show numerous times and over the years has been a frequent guest on hundreds of programs which have come and gone just like ghosts in the night. He was a popular guest on Coast to Coast AM. Has appeared on William Shatners Weird Or What? And an episode of UFO Hunters regarding the dreaded Men In Black. He has his own podcast, Unraveling The Secrets and MR UFOs Secret Files, a new YouTube channel. 


From the 1970s — The author Tim Beckley during a special meditation and skywatch with King Crimson guitarist Robert Fripp to try and “bring down” a UFO.

Tim started his career as a writer early on – at age 14 he purchased a mimeograph machine and began to publish the Interplanetary News Service Report. Over the years he has written over 25 books on everything from rock music to the secret MJ12 papers. He has been a stringer for the national tabloids such as the Enquirer and editor of over 30 different magazines (most of which never lasted more than a couple of issues). His longest running effort was the newsstand publication UFO UNIVERSE which went for 11 years. Today he is the president of Inner Light/Global Communications and editor of the Conspiracy Journal and Bizarre Bazaar.

The UFO Investigators League was a UFO group founded by Timothy Green Beckley in the early 1970s. They were a member of the Coalition of Concerned Ufologists and branched into state chapters. 

In Jerry Clark’s adolescence, he was assistant editor of a mimeographed saucer zine under Beckley.  Clark writes “He was numbered among the generation of teen ufologists (Beckley, Steinberg, Halperin, Greenfield et al.) from whom I sprang.  Amazing how many of us stayed with it.
“Tim was a one-of-a-kind character is a field filled with them.  He and I did Gene Steinberg’s show together earlier this year.  He was a good guy, and I’ll miss him.”

He is one of the few Americans ever to be invited to speak before closed door meetings on UFOs presided over by the late Earl of Clancarty at the House of Lords in England. He visited Loch Ness in Scotland while in the UK and went home with a belief that Nessie was somehow connected with dragons of mythology as well as strange discs engraved on cathedrals and ghostly phenomenon. 

The Inner Light Publications and Global Communications’ catalog of books and video titles now number over 200, including the works of Tim Swartz, T. Lobsang Rampa, Commander X, Brad Steiger, John Keel, Tracy Twyman, Wendelle Stevens and a host of many other authors.  

Because of his fair and balanced approach he made friends with everyone regardless of whether or not he believed their stories. 
Tim has written over 30 books himself, and contributed to dozens more, including: 
UFOS AMONG THE STARS (Celebrity encounters)

Tim was known among horror movie fans as Mr. Creepo. When asked his major cinema influences he mentioned Nancy Reagan as having gotten him involved as a horror host. During the hay day of double features and Time Square grind houses he worked as a movie review critic as well as a publicist for several small film companies. His recent efforts include Skin Eating Jungle Vampires and Blood Sucking Vampire Freaks.




He appeared on UFO Hunters and other tv reality programs.



In July 2020, Timothy Green Beckley shared a photograph of himself when he was hospitalized for breathing problems. He died on or about May 31, 2021.



Tim Beckley…was the former film reviewer for “Hustler” magazine and editor of “Adult Cinema Review.”

Timothy Green Beckley was born on March 4, 1952, as Jeremy Stone. He was an actor and producer known for Sandy Hook Lingerie Party Massacre in 2000.

Beckley had so many careers that even his girlfriend didn’t know what he does for a living. The editor of UFO magazine, Nancy Birnes, described him as the Hunter Thompson of UFOlogy.


Assuming the persona of “Mr. Creepo,” Tim described his 2000 film Sandy Hook Lingerie Party Massacre in the following paragraph on IMDb.

(The event known as the “Sandy Hook Massacre” took place at the Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14, 2012, in Newtown, Connecticut. This 2000 film was set in Sandy Hook, New Jersey.)

  • In a grisly spectacle of carnage, an unknown number of severed body parts wash ashore at Sandy Hook. A jogger literally stumbled upon an upper torso that had washed ashore as she sprinted down the beach at the end of the torrential hurricane that had knocked out power and had folks heading for the mainland. Police were summoned to the stately manor house of Mr. Creepo after neighbors complained of screams coming from the property that was rented by seven strippers during Halloween week. The property was located just off the beach, a stones throw from the area’s historic landmark lighthouse — the dwelling sits atop catacomb chambers that lead to the town’s now desolate funhouse, a place that once attracted throngs of visitors. One source said it was the most grisly crime scene they had ever witnessed, with mangled bodies scattered everywhere. – - Seven Strippers arrive for a relaxing vacation at the Jersey Shore town of Sandy Hook but get much more than they bargained for when a superstorm hurricane strikes the town at the same time a serial killer is on a rampage. It’s up to these exotic dancers to fight the forces of nature, and a demented killer, during a superstorm hurricane if they are going to survive.



Tim’s acting credits:

Punk Rock Zombie Kung Fu Catfight (Video)
Mr. Creepo (as Tim Beckley)
 2002Skin Eating Jungle Vampires
Mr. Creepo – God of the Underworld
 2000Sandy Hook Lingerie Party Massacre
Mr. Creepo – Handyman & Property Owner (as Tim Beckley)
 1992The Young One: Part Thirteen (Video) (as Jeremy Stone)
 1989Sinners 3 (Video)
Scott Holt (as Dick Howard)
 1988Sinners (Video)
Scott Holt (as Dick Howard)
 1988Sinners 2 (Video)
Scott Holt (as Dick Howard)
 1987Talk Dirty to Me: Part 4 (Video) (as Dick Howard)
 1986Coming in Style
David (as Dick Howard)
 1986Doctor Is In (as Dick Howard)
 1986Double Heat
Dice Whitaker (as Dick Howard)
 1986Double Trouble
Jake Foot (as Dick Howard)
 1986Rising Star (as Dick Howard)
 1986The Return of Johnny Wadd© (Video)
Henchman #1 (as Dick Howard)
 1985Bedtime Tales
Robert (as Dick Howard)
 1985Black Girls in Heat (as Dick Howard)
 1985Delusions of Grandeur (as Dick Howard)
 1985Ecstasy Girls II (as Dick Howard)
 1985Freedom of Choice (as Dick Howard)
 1985Midnight Lady (as Dick Howard)
 1985Naked Lust (as Dick Howard)
 1985Pleasure Island (Video)
Seymour (as Dick Howard)
 1985Satin Finish (as Dick Howard)
 1985Sensuous Tales (Video) (as Dick Howard)
 1985Shauna: Every Man’s Fantasy (as Dick Howard)
Bartender (uncredited)
 1985Black Sister, White Brother (Video) (as Dick Howard)
 1984Blowing Your Mind (as Dick Howard)
 1984Brooke Does College
Tom (as Dick Howard)
Drummer (as Dick Howard)
Dan (as Tim Beckley)
 1984Give It to Me
Dale (as Dick Howard)
 1984Great Sexpectations (as Dick Howard)
 1984Hostage Girls
Buck (as Tim Connelly)
 1984Hot Licks (Video)
Painter (as Dick Howard)
Joe (as Dick Howard)
 1984Jailhouse Girls
Guard (as Dick Howard)
 1984Long Hard Nights (as Dick Howard)
 1984Pleasure Channel (as Dick Howard)
 1984Supergirls Do the Navy
Guy in Next Dorm Room (as Dick Howard)
 1984Turn on with Kelly Nichols (as Dick Howard)
 1983Eighth Erotic Film Festival (as Dick Howard)
 1983Getting Ahead (as Dick Howard)
Show World Performer (as Steve Cantanio)
 1983Piggy’s (as Dick Howard)
 1983Succulent (as Dick Howard)
 1983Private Schoolgirls
Johnny Waylay (as Steve Catania)
Guy on Beach (as Tim Madigan)
Violinist (as Ken Dahl, Ken Draper)
 2005Bloodsucking Vampire Freaks (Documentary) (producer)
 2003Barely Legal Lesbian Vampires: The Curse of Ed Wood! (Video) (executive producer – as Tim Beckley)
 2002Skin Eating Jungle Vampires (executive producer)
 2000Sandy Hook Lingerie Party Massacre (executive producer – as Tim Beckley)
 1984Driller (executive producer – as Timothy Green Beckley)
 2005Bloodsucking Vampire Freaks (Documentary)
 2000Sandy Hook Lingerie Party Massacre (as Tim Beckley)

The IMDb notes his personal details thusly:

Kimberly Carson (26 November 1985 – ?) ( divorced) ( 1 child)
Kelly Nichols (? – ?)
Christy Canyon (? – ?) ( divorced)

 Note: USdaynews (not USA Today) lists Tim Beckley as a “Celebrity Death” without a cause. We now know it was a heart attack. They also mention that the UFO pioneer “was the former film reviewer for Hustler magazine and editor of Adult Cinema Review.”


4 Responses

  1. Peter Bernard
    Peter Bernard June 1, 2021 at 4:50 pm |

    I’m glad his Mr Creepo porno films were mentioned at the end. Tim was as proud of those as the paranormal community was embarrassed by them. He loved to be shocking. As difficult and egotistic as he could be, he did establish the first magic and paranormal school in NYC and he was mentioned in David Bowie’s autobiography. Mr. Creepo is what I always called him. Tim dragged me into sleazy bars but Tim is also the reason I got to shake hands with Jacques Vallee. He was a product of his time– a man of the 20th century in both the best and worst senses. When I would edit his YouTube channel, I would always protectively cut out the parts where he said ridiculous things, but now those are the parts I remember best. He had an ability to make you laugh when you were trying to be angry at him. I hope there are lots of hot chicks and monsters wherever he is now, and I hope he’s partying big time. Farewell, Mr. Creepo.

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  3. zabo
    zabo June 5, 2021 at 5:21 pm |

    R.I.P. Mr. Creepo. ( Timothy Green Beckley)Imagine all the monsters that he had the privilege to party with? I bet he’d make a Sasquatch blush…….

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