1996-08-15 – Art Bell SIT – William Pierce – The Turner Diaries

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Art Bell – Somewhere in Time returns to August 15, 1996 when William Pierce, who wrote the novel The Turner Diaries, talked about how his book was said to have influenced Timothy McVeigh in the Oklahoma City bombings.

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  1. east of the rockies says:

    Amazing show. This is one of his all time best.

  2. east of the rockies says:

    Art stayed very calm during the interview, but did anyone else notice his voice wavering when the topics of multi racial children and inter racial marriage was brought up?

  3. Josh says:

    This has to be from a rebroadcast. There’s a prior date that Pierce appeared on that’s exactly the same interview, except it has the callers that were on after Pierce left. This show also has Andrew Gausman after Piece bowed out, and that interview is a rebroadcast from another date.

    • Gandlaf says:

      Very good memory. I looked it up and it is rebroadcast which combined two shows. 1996-05-23 & 1996-02-09. I will either move to those dates or amend the description.

      • Josh says:

        I happened to listen to the other Pierce show a few weeks ago, and the Andrew Gaus(man?) show was a SIT show sometime in the last few months.

        I was really hoping for this to be a full William Pierce show, because the other one has parts that are fast forwarded. Like someone recorded from a cassette, and kept fast forwarding the source cassette. I don’t believe in Pierce’s ideology, I’m just a completist and love the controversial shows.

        Should’ve known Premiere wouldn’t air the original show.

        • Alex says:

          I teach WW2 and focused on it at university and I have to say this man sent shivers down my spine. He is completely convinced by his bigotry. More fighteningly I believe many of his historical anecdotes are true. Except most of the ones about the Holocaust. But doesn’t Art interview him well? I even relistened to the part about mixed families. Art handled him like such a gentleman. Hope he is feeling better.

    • east of the rockies says:

      What were the callers like?


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