Re: Unedited

Mark Russell Bell ([email protected])
Mon, 20 Jul 1998 19:59:30 -0700

For those Wire list members who've shown themselves interested in
evaluating what has happened to U2 over the course of the past two
decades, the transcript for their June 1997 "Pop Invasion" interview is
a profound document showing how the band responsible for "Sunday Bloody
Sunday" could also release a cover version of "Happiness Is A Warm Gun."

In making this transcript available at (NT Tapes
231 & 232), there may be some confusion about how this interview could
become part of an Internet edition of a book. Here are some background
A research expedition to investigate a "talking poltergeist" haunting
evolves into the case study of a contemporary "Christed one" in
TESTAMENT as Mark Russell Bell (me)—previously a Paramount Pictures
publicity writer—interviews people who have experienced unexplained
events. As prophesied by Nostradamus who referred to him as 'Mabus,'
Bell has been given the task of delivering new messages from God to
mankind. Who would be better for such a role than someone who
apprenticed as "a carpenter in the Hollywood dream factory."

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