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We remember Brad Steiger with Jerry Clark, Don Ecker and Kevin Randle

Discussion in 'Talk About the Show' started by Gene Steinberg, May 13, 2018.

  1. Gene Steinberg

    Gene Steinberg Forum Super Hero Staff Member

    Feb 26, 2006
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    Discussing Brad Steiger with my friends Jerry Clark, Don Ecker and Kevin D. Randle led to lots of other subjects, such as the plight of the UFO book writer, sci-fi, pop culture and other matters.

    We also presented Don with UFO publisher Tim Beckley, who was very close with Brad, on this weekend's episode of After The Paracast, an exclusive feature of The Paracast+. That discussion led, after a short time, to an especially spirited debate. Make that an argument.

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  2. wwkirk

    wwkirk Paranormal Adept

    Jun 10, 2009
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    I've never read anything by Brad Steiger, but I'd like to.
  3. SheaOlmsford

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    Brad Steiger filled a vacuum in print media as Art Bell did the radio media. Brad approached topics that simply were not discussed back in the 60's and 70's. He also had a great radio voice and had the ability to tell wonderful stories with a sense of humor and an old fashioned gentleman's style. To me, his books were very simplistic and never very deep. But there was little available back when he came on the scene. I admired Brad Steiger immensely and grieve his passing. I hope he didn't suffer. I am glad to have some of his earliest interviews with Art Bell. They are classics for me. He seemed to be a very sweet kind man, the kind of man I wished was my Uncle or Father. Imagine the conversations around the Thanksgiving or Christmas table with Brad there! Assuming an afterlife, I hope Brad finds answers to the many questions he asked.
  4. Walter Bosley

    Walter Bosley Paranormal Adept

    May 24, 2010
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    Back in '08-'09, I was doing a free monthly e-zine, Lost Continent Library Magazine, and tried my hand at a paranormal entertainment e-zine which I titled Phantom Stream , also offered free to readers. We only did one issue (though I'd like to do more). Brad gladly contributed an article and I was excited to be able to say he was featured in the issue. He was a very nice guy, very approachable.
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  5. withoutlimits09

    withoutlimits09 Paranormal Adept

    Oct 26, 2011
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    Great little story, he sounded like a nice guy.

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