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Shepard, Leslie Alan

SHEPARD, Leslie Alan

SHEPARD, Leslie Alan. British, b. 1917. Genres: Mythology/Folklore, Paranormal, Theology/Religion, Reference. Career: Organizer, Director, Scriptwriter, Ed., and Producer, Paul Rotha Productions Ltd., and Data Film Productions Ltd., both London, 1942-57; Production Controlling Officer, Central Office of Information, London, 1960-62; London Ed., University Books Inc., NYC, 1965-72; European Ed. and Researcher, Gale Research Co., Detroit, 1966-90. Publications: The Broadside Ballad: A Study in Origins and Meaning, 1962; John Pitts, Ballad Printer of Seven Dials, London 1765-1844, 1969; The History of Street Literature, 1973; How to Protect Yourself against Black Magic and Witchcraft, 1978; (with others) Oxford English, 1986; Bram Stoker: Irish Theatre Manager & Author, 1994. EDITOR: Life and Philosophy of Shree Swaminarayan, 1974; Dracula Book of Great Vampire Stories, 1977; Encyclopedia of Occultism and Parapsychology, 1978, 3rd ed., 2 vols., 1991, Occultism Update, 3 vols., 1978-81; Dracula Book of Great Horror Stories, 1981; Living with Kundalini, 1993; (with A. Power) Dracula: Celebrating 100 Years, 1997. RECORD ALBUMS: Vox Humana; Experiments of Alfred Wolfsohn in Extension of Human Vocal Range; Yoga Vedanta, Documentary of Life in an Indian Ashram. Contributor of introductions to reprints concerned with reference, occultism, and comparative religion. Address: 1 Lakelands Close, Stillorgan, Blackrock, Dublin, Ireland.

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