| Eric Ferrara|| Author|
| A Guide to Gangsters, Murderers and Weirdos of New York City's Lower East Side|Eric Ferrara Wikipedia
Eric Ferrara (August 26, 1970) is an award-winning American author, researcher, movie & television consultant and personality based in New York City. Writing about lesser-known and previously unknown New York City History, his books and articles are popular for their unique historical research.
Ferrara is founder and director of the Lower East Side History Project, an award-winning non-profit organization dedicated to researching, documenting and preserving the history of the greater Lower East Side of New York City.
Ferrara is also founder of the former "Museum of the American Gangster" and "East Village Visitor Center" in New York City.Ravenite: An Antisocial Social Club, Public Pictures (2015)
“The Iceman” Richard Kuklinski, Discovery Channel (2015)
Hunt For History, "The Mafia," H2/History Channel (2014)
Copper, BBC America (2012)
The Great Gatsby, Warner Brothers Pictures (2011)
Secrets of New York, NYC-TV (2011)
"Jack the Ripper: The German Suspect," National Geographic Channel (2011)
Boardwalk Empire, HBO (2010)
Ghost Hunters International, SyFy Network (2009)
50th anniversary re-release of the Lionel Rogosin classic, On The Bowery (2009)