George Curtis was born at St. Joseph's Free Clinic in Memphis, Tennessee, on
August 6, 1949. His first home was in Detroit, Michigan. In 1962 his family
moved to Modesto, California. He graduated from Davis High in 1967. He then
enlisted for a tour of duty in the United States Air Force lasting four years.
In 1971 he began college obtaining an AA degree from Santa Rosa Junior College
and a BA degree from California State University Sonoma. Graduate studies
followed at the University of the Pacific. George has a daughter, Jennifer, and
a son, Andrew. Currently he is a bachelor who loves to travel. He is in the
process of arranging a nationwide tour speaking on behalf of children's rights
issues. Lifetime Cable and CBS have recently contacted him about turning his
life story into a movie. Future plans include writing more books focusing on the
plight of abused children. To help him in this goal he would like to see
legislation enacted to correct the injustices of abused children. His favorite
quote in life is "It is not how you get knocked down in life, for we all have
that happen to us at sometime, but it is how you get up."George feels the only
way to eliminate current social problems is to practice prevention.
First exposed nationally in 1950 and then buried by evil forces, the scandal
resurfaces forty years later. Every major network, newspaper, radio station, and
magazine have devoted coverage to the scandal. Culminating in a made for
television movie, "STOLEN BABIES", that starred Mary Tyler Moore (Emmy Award)
Leah Thompson, Sam Waterston and Kathleen Quinlin, this incredible story is now
in novel form for the first time as seen through the eyes of one of its victims.