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Out The Rabbit Hole Radio – Special Report 100415

Out The Rabbit Hole Radio – Special Report 100415

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PARANOIA Magazine editors Joan D’Arc and Al Hidell Coming Up on the Next Live PsiOp-Radio

Returning from their Spring hiatus, Mack White and SMiles Lewis talk with PARANOIA magazine editors Joan D’Arc and Al Hidell this Sunday night from 7-9pm. Tune in via the Anomaly Radio and American Freedom Radio networks. /

Give us a call during the second hour: (512) 879 – 3805

PARANOIA – The Conspiracy Reader, Vol. 1

Edited by Joan D’Arc and Al Hidell.

Who is Joan d’Arc?

Joan d’Arc is HunterGatheress. She is the co-publisher of PARANOIA The Conspiracy Reader, founded in 1992 in Providence, Rhode Island ( She is the founder of the now splintered group, The Providence Conspiracy League, the defunct Providence book store, Newspeak, and the past publisher of Newspeak magazine. She is the author of Space Travelers and the Genesis of the Human Form, and Phenomenal World, both published by The Book Tree ( She is the editor of the 1996 book Paranoid Women Collect Their Thoughts and the Chief Resident of the Paranoid Women Institute.

She is also the co-editor of The Conspiracy Reader and The New Conspiracy Reader (Kensington Press), which has been translated to Japanese and Romanian. She has been published in several compilations including Wake Up Down There, The Universal Seduction, and the French Fortean journal, La Gazette Forteenne. She has written for Namaste Magazine – published in Charles Darwin’s birth home of Shrewsbury, England – in a major coup against Darwinian Fundamentalism. And she has written for Hellraiser Homemaker – the Gonzo Domestic Survival Guide written for bad girls by bad girls – in a major coup against good taste. And she’s an authentic unmitigated conspiracy geek.

Who is Al Hidell?

An award-winning videographer whose short piece “Quiet Desperation” struck a chord in the Soviet Union shortly before it collapsed, Al Hidell became interested in conspiracy theories after viewing the Zapruder film of the Kennedy assassination. He received his BA from Hampshire College–an experimental institution without grades or majors–and is an avid photographer, print designer, and digital artist. He co-founded of Paranoia: The Conspiracy Reader in the early 1990s and subsequently was the co-editor of three anthologies, the latest of which is, paradoxically, called PARANOIA: The Conspiracy Reader, Volume 1. He lives alone on the Eastern Seaboard.

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