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The Fedora Chronicles Radio Show

By Eric Renderking Fisk

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Description

Now providing two great shows! The Metaphysical Connection with Professor Walt Schnabel, exploring the realms of unexplained phenomenon and paranormal. The Fedora Chronicles Radio Show with Doug Palumbo for retrocentrics: retro-wear, classic and period films, music, and current events through a bunch of amateur historians!

Customer Reviews

Solid Show!

I listen to this podcast whenever I get the chance and it never lets me down! Funny, entertaining and I even learn stuff from time to time!

One of the Most Unique Podcasts!

This gem runs the gamut from classic clothes, discussions on how to preserve your Fedora, to Aliens, Nephilum, The Kennedys, and Current Events. You never know quite what the subject of the day will be, but you do know you will have a fun time. I wait for the next episode so that I can pop it on the iPod in the car on the way home. It is my guilty pleasure, it will probably be yours too!

Become part of the Fedoraverse!

Always fascinating and full of topics and guests that leave me yearning to jump into the convo from my car. Check them out, you won't be disappointed!

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  • Category: History
  • Language: English

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