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DOWNLOAD (Free Version for November 27, 2022): Gene and cohost Tim Swartz present Brian Young, a researcher, writer, historian, lecturer and podcast host. He specializes in boxing history, Victorian crime, with a focus on The Whitechapel Murders (Jack the Ripper) and has had a life long interest in the weird, the wild and the paranormal. He is co-author of the critically acclaimed “The Wrestlers Wrestlers’ : Masters of the Craft of Professional Wrestling” (2021 ECW Press) and is co-host of Transatlantic History Ramblings, an international podcast hosted out of The United States and Wales UK. A open minded skeptic, Brian is also researching, as a historian, a “Mothman” like sighting way back in 1920 around his home town in Western New York.
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After The Paracast: Available exclusively to Paracast+ subscribers: Author, researcher, historian, lecture Brian Young returns to reveal to Gene and cohost Tim Swartz about his personal ghost encounter, and whether there was any possible reality to it. And what about his UFO sighting? There’s also a pop culture discussion about the world of rock and roll, and the famous people Brian and Gene have met and interviewed over the years. Brian is what he calls an “open minded skeptic,” and is co-author of the critically acclaimed “The Wrestlers Wrestlers’ : Masters of the Craft of Professional Wrestling” (2021 ECW Press) and is co-host of Transatlantic History Ramblings, an international podcast hosted out of The United States and Wales UK.