WHO IS MYSTERY TIN?

“There is no preference for the average.”

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My name is Christopher Hills Eaton and I hate writing these biography-type things, but as these kinds of things are necessary in today’s age, so I’ll give it a shot.

I consider myself a creative dilettante and serial entrepreneur. I’ve always been guided by my longing to explore life’s vastly different and unique experiences, so for all intents and purposes, I don’t have one strictly defined occupation, but rather a fascinating journey of relentless curiosity.

In professional capacities, I’ve explored the independent music industry from both sides of the microphone, the class action and civil ligation world of law, documentary and independent filmmaking, circus arts and training, crafting and analyzing viral marketing content, tabletop gaming, real estate speculation, coaching youth and high school athletics, recreational and commercial beekeeping, and volunteering my time in non-profit and educational venues, are just a few of the interests I’ve aligned myself with over the years.

“The only source of knowledge is experience.” – Albert Einstein

I started Mystery Tin in 2009 as an avenue to express and explore my creativity, document and evaluate my experiences, and to encourage and inspire others to do the same. If I could get even one reader to envision a better world by embracing their childish wonderment and pursuing their thirst for the incomparable, this blog will have accomplished it’s goal.

Since then, Mystery Tin has continued to develop into a brand known for unique storytelling, including the Mystery Tin Podcast Network and Mystery Tin Games.

Christopher Eaton’s Curriculum Vitae

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