Brad Steiger Dies, As Well As “Eric Normanâ€� Too – CryptoZoo News

Regarded by many as the grandfather of the paranormal, Brad Steiger died on Sunday, May 6th, in Iowa. Steiger, the best known of his pen names, was born Eugene E. Olson on February 19, 1936. He had a near-death experience at age 1947 and published his first book in 1967. He would eventually come to write more than 170 books on UFOs, cryptozoology, ghosts, ancient history, and a host of paranormal and other topics for a total of over 17 million copies of his books in print. Anomalist Books eventually reprinted six of his books: Strange Guests, Shadow World, Beyond Shadow World, Otherworldly Affaires, Worlds Before Our Own,and perhaps his best-known work, Mysteries of Time and Space. Brad had a huge impact on the field by introducing millions of people to the paranormal. Many forteans today got their start reading the works of Brad Steiger. Loren Coleman details his life and work in this obituary. Kevin Randle remembers him as well in Brad Steiger Has Died, as does Paul Seaburn in The Passing of Brad Steiger. Our condolences to his wife, Sherry, and his five children. Goodbye, Brad. We will miss you. (PH)

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