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Whitley Strieber

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Whitley Strieber joins us to discuss his famed abduction by non-human entities, as well as his beyond the grave communications with his wife Anne.

Whitley is a writer best known for his horror fiction novels such as the The Wolfen and The Hunger as well as Communion, the non-fiction account of his experiences being abducted by non-human entities, all three of which were adapted into films. He also co-wrote the novel that was adapted into the blockbuster film The Day After Tomorrow. His most recent book is The Afterlife Revolution, which was posthumously by his deceased wife Anne Strieber.


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