Author Name: Guy Stultz
Born in Brockton Massachusetts in the mid 30’s, he quit school to join the U.S. Air Force at the tender age of 16, two weeks before his 17th birthday. After being honorably discharged, he took up flying under the GI Bill. He drove a truck during the day and went to night school to complete his high school and earn his diploma. He took flying lessons whenever he could. During a training cross-country flight, Stultz got stuck above an overcast. An American Airline pilot heard his distress call and immediately turned his jumbo jet around, with 45 passengers aboard, and came looking for the lost student pilot. Both Stultz and the Airline pilot found themselves in the headlines around the world for several days. Stultz was infatuated with all the news photographers.
He knew that they see history in the making and famous people. As a result, Stultz learned photography through library books and trial and error. He soon became a freelance photographer. He and his family moved to California where he became one of the most well-known freelance photographer. He did work for some police departments, insurance companies, attorneys, and some federal agencies. He moved to Oklahoma and became an armed security officer and photographed many burglaries and other crime scenes. Many times he was called to talk to neighborhood associations to talk about burglaries and how to prevent most of them. He was very proficient in what he did. After 20 years in the security field, Stultz retired and wrote a book about burglaries and many other safety tips. Information in his book, The Manifesto of Self-Defense is a guide to crime prevention. A copy should be in every home worldwide.