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Last Show Recap

In the first half, writer, teacher, and author Bill Friedman discussed the inside story of the criminal careers of the leaders of the three biggest liquor gangs and how they built 80% of the Las Vegas Strip gambling resorts from the Flamingo in 1946 to Caesars Palace in 1966.

In the latter half, founder of Black Box Voting, an investigative reporting and public education organization for elections, Bev Harris, talked about voting issues related to the presidential primaries, and past elections.

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F.J. Lennon

Special Guest

Biography:

F.J. Lennon is a novelist, screenwriter, and digital media producer, designer, and writer. His love of all things paranormal spawned two novels: Devil's Gate and Soul Trapper, the first two novels in a trilogy that follows the turbulent life of rogue ghost hunter, Kane Pryce. He is also the author of Every Mistake in the Book, a light-hearted business memoir about Lennon's years in the video game industry as well as numerous screenplays and teleplays in various stages of development.

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Haunted LA & Open Lines

In the first half, author and researcher into supernatural phenomena F.J. Lennon discussed some of the haunted places in Los Angeles, including Devil's Gate Dam, a 'Suicide Bridge' in Pasadena and the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. Open Lines followed. ... More »

Host: George Noory
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