Graduating from Columbia University in Liberal Studies, Arron overcame the typical "it's not a real major" skeptics and used his degree to write for Modern Skeptic Magazine. Arron learned if he was willing to look hard and long enough, beyond the black and white, he found his answers amidst the grey. He was frustrated with how more popular news sources scoffed at conspiracies, myths, and legends. But Arron did take one tried and true lesson from the higher circulations - "if it bleeds it leads." So Aaron's first piece in Skeptic was about the Yangtze River suddenly turning blood red in color in September of 2012. Arron remained skeptical of the claims that the discoloration was due to pollution or local fisheries and instead insisted that biblical or supernatural events could not simply be dismissed. For his all-inclusive attitude, Aaron was rewarded with advancement to Copy Editor of the Magazine and access to more stories begging for someone to dig for the truth. Aaron resides in NYC, spends most of his time in the office and has a great fondness for Brazil nuts.