A prolific writer and philosopher, he examined the progression and function of mythology in individual society. His functions of comparative mythology and comparative religious beliefs are the Hero with one thousand Encounters, The Masks of God, and A Skeleton Essential to Finnegans Wake. Fascinated with mythology from his youth days, he discovered similarities between Local American religious values as well as the tenets of Roman Catholicism. He examined British and Medieval books at Columbia School and later guaranteed a teaching placement at Sarah Lawrence University. He published a thorough, four-volume study of globe mythology known as the Traditional Atlas of Globe Mythology. He was created in Light Plains, NY, for an Irish Catholic family members. He was wedded to dancer and choreographer Jean Erdman Campbell. He famously collaborated with journalist Costs Moyers over the PBS miniseries, THE ENERGY of Misconception. The miniseries shown twelve months after Campbell’s loss of life and gained him a big amount of posthumous fame.