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Swamp Gas November 16 2016
Tonight on Swamp Gas @ 10 pm est 9 pm cst 8 pm mst 7 pm pst as we speak to Forrest Borie about A look at a frightening condition that plagues thousands; sleep paralysis and then into more Paranormal stuff. Then we delve into his next movie about serial killers an abductions.


http://blackswampradio.net

http://psn-radio.com

https://www.facebook.com/forrestborie


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DoPsjWqvwT4

posted 16-11-2016 | 18:29:30 | article number: 51

Swamp Gas November 9th 2016
R. Gary Patterson is a native Tennessean with a passion for rock and roll. As a published author with Simon and Schuster, Patterson’s works portray many fascinating events that helped shape musical history from Robert Johnson through current groups making a place for themselves among rock and roll’s standing legends. In 1996, Patterson released his first book entitled "The Walrus Was Paul." Immediately, the book became highly sought after. Beatlefest catalog proclaimed "The Walrus Was Paul" as one of its best selling titles of the year. Due to the instant success of the book, Patterson found himself as a highly sought after radio personality. He appeared on all the syndicated Beatle radio shows including Westwood One’s “The Beatle Years,” ABC Radio’s “Beatle Archives,” the “Breakfast With the Beatles” programs from New York to Los Angeles, and Joe Johnson’s “Beatle Brunch.” International shows were broadcast throughout Canada, Great Britain on the BBC, Australia, and Radio Caroline in New Zealand. He has appeared at numerous national Beatle conventions including “Beatlefests” in New York and Chicago, and other Beatle conventions in Orlando, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Atlanta, Memphis, and Nashville.

posted 03-11-2016 | 18:34:49 | article number: 50

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