Remember This?

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Each week, loyal fans from all over the world tune in to Brad Dison’s Remember This? podcast or read his newspaper column of the same name.  Both relate mysteries involving famous figures and historical events such as assassination attempts, chance meetings, famous friendships, lost love, airplane crashes, duels, and murders.  Remember This? Real Stories about Real People …with a Twist, is a collection of 50 incredible but true stories about the world you only thought you knew.  Preorder your signed copy by clicking here.

 


 

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“Remember This?” is a weekly newspaper column and podcast which presents the reader with little-known or forgotten facts about a well-known historical figure(s) or historical event with a key element held back until the end to build curiosity.  The articles/episodes focus on historical figures such as the Wright Brothers, Charles Dickens, Elvis Presley, “Teddy” Roosevelt, as well as historical events such as a chance meeting of Lincoln and Booth, and a man who plunged down Niagara Falls in a barrel.

Brad is a contributing author for the scholarly journal entitled Louisiana History, and has published nonfiction history books.  He is a member of Phi Alpha Theta history honors society.  Brad earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Northwestern State University and a master’s degree in history from Louisiana Tech University.


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What People are Saying About “Remember This?”

“Totally unexpected.” ~ Lavon

“I love your articles. Please continue to write them. I never guess the right person before reading the complete article.” ~ Faye

“An awesome and very informative article. It kept me reading to the end! Now I want to know more! Thank you!” ~ Virginia

“This column just gets better and better!” ~ Shavon

“This is unbelievable. How does everyone not know this story? Thank you for sharing.” ~ Tim

“Wow! Thanks for this read. Very interesting.” ~ Tona

“Another bit of history to tickle our senses! Keep up this series please!!” ~ Cheryl

“Very interesting. Who would have guessed?” ~ Jereme

“I love this article as well as your others! Thanks!!” ~ Tara

“I love it.” ~ Anita

“Great read.” ~ Stephen

“Well done. Really enjoy this series.” ~ Philip

“Great Story. Keep up the Great Work.” ~ Joshua

“How interesting! Thanks for the story. Looking forward to reading more!” ~ Mitsy

“Very well written and interesting! Thanks for a short history lesson Brad.” ~ Melissa

“Loved this. What an interesting twist to a well know point in history. Can’t wait to read more!” ~ Katherine

“I love interesting bits of knowledge that is not in the headlines and history books.” ~ Gretta

“Great Article.” ~ Betty

“Thanks, Brad. I didn’t know that about Dickens. He is one of my favorites.” ~ Kenneth

“That was wonderful, Brad!” ~ Elizabeth

“Interesting!!!” ~ Liz

“I have heard many baseball stories but never this one. Loved it.” ~ Beaux

“Man what a story! I can tell immediately that I’m going to very much enjoy this podcast!” ~ Randall

“I loved reading this. Great surprise at the end. Thanks for a light, fun article in this time of so much stress.” ~ MEWHP (online name, real name unknown)

“Very interesting, I never knew this story [about] her. You are quite a writer yourself.” ~ Debbie

“Brad, I love your podcast.” ~ Vicki

Web Analytics“Great storytelling!! Thank you!” ~ K

“I am a history buff so I enjoy all of your stories. Keep at it.” ~ Donald

“Thanks so much for this piece.”  “I love real history stories like this.” ~ J.C.

“What a great story.” ~ Lady Jade

“Always love your articles. Thank you.” ~ Faye

“It was great to laugh at this article after the frustrations of all that is happening in our nation today. Thank you, and please keep them coming.” ~ MEWHP (online name, real name unknown)