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DOWNLOAD (Free Version): Gene and Randall present author/screenwriter/producer for Bryce Zabel for a wide-ranging discussion that includes super heroes and his alternative history about what many regard as the best rock group of all time, “Once There Was a Way: What if The Beatles Stayed Together?,” But the main topic is about the possibility of UFO disclosure. Nearly 10 years after the speculative fiction story he and Richard M. Dolan wrote about the subject, “A.D. After Disclosure: When the Government Finally Reveals the Truth About Alien Contact,” Zabel talks about what he regards as the improved prospects for the secret of the UFOs — or UAPs — finally being revealed. But what about theories about demonic UFOs, or whether other countries might be poised to reveal the truth as to what they are before the U.S. finally gets around to it? Note: This interview continues on the February 16, 2020 episode of After The Paracast.
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After The Paracast: Available exclusively to Paracast+ subscribers: Author/screenwriter/producer Bryce Zabel returns to continue a discussion that started on the February 16 episode of The Paracast. With a main focus on pop culture, Bryce talks about a forthcoming project of his, a World War II film in the early stages of production entitled “The Last Battle.” But the major focus is on Bryce’s alternate history novel, “Once There Was a Way,” which creates an alternate reality in which the fab four were able to work out their differences and find a way to stay together. The story presents a fictional “break point,” an incident that diverged from the real Beatles story and changed history.