Tabloid Man

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  • Paperback
  • 232 pages
  • Tabloid Man
  • Paul Bannister
  • English
  • 10 December 2017
  • 1456581805

About the Author: Paul Bannister

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Tabloid Man Anyone who sat in a murderer s old chair in an English public house would die, and soon, said the legend, and a series of sudden deaths was blamed on the cursed seat Journalist Paul Bannister delved into the story of the Baffling Chair of Death, and became the National Enquirer s chief reporter of the paranormal As Tabloid Man, he covered than spooks and psychics, however Headline tales about celebrities like Oprah, O.J and Obama also came from his notebook, and this frank memoir reveals just how the scandal sheets get their sensational stories, as well as revealing the secrets of classic tabloid tales, from getting Elvis Last Picture to finding the world s tallest Christmas tree. New Download Tabloid Man [ by ] Paul Bannister [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Tabloid Man

  1. Brad T. says:

    a real disappointment I first heard about this book on a paranormal podcast and it sounded interesting A tale of a National Enquirer reporter and editor The reporter tells of following Chelsea Clinton at Stanford University in the mid 80 s Considering that she was born in 1980, that w...

  2. Heather says:

    I started reading this book and am unable to finish it It really bored me, and usually I can get into reading almost anything that I have an initial interest in.

  3. Ron Zack says:

    Paul Bannister had the best job in the worldPaul Bannister had the best job in the world, as described in his memoir Tabloid Man the Baffling Chair of Death He chronicles almost 50 years of involvement with the iconic weekly, the National Enquirer Bannister was an Enquirer reporter during the reign of Gene Pope sometimes called the High Priest of Low Brow who acquired the magazine in 1952 with a borrow...