Dagobert's Revenge
Staff Bios

Tracy R. Twyman
Brian Albert
James P. Bergman
Boyd Rice
Vadge Moore
Adam Gorightly


Tracy in Rennes-le-Chateau

Tracy R. Twyman
Editor/Publisher and Co-Owner

Tracy Twyman is a prolific writer, publisher, film producer, and a recognized expert on secret societies and the occult. She has been editing and publishing Dagobert's Revenge Magazine since 1996, and she has also written for a number of other publications, including Seconds, Panik, Propaganda, Paranoia, Arrows of Desire, The New York Hangover, and the Bridge Newspaper. In addition, Tracy has produced a number of independent films and videos, including Cinema From Beyond, Le Serpent Rouge and The Signs and Signals of Freemasonry. She has also appeared as a guest on several radio programs, and was recently sent, along with Staff Writer Boyd Rice, to Rennes-le-Chateau, France to be interviewed as an expert for the Fox Television program, In Search of Secret Societies. Twyman and Rice are writing a book together which should be finished next year.

E-mail:
tracy@dagobertsrevenge.com


Brian Albert at Staton Island

Brian Albert
Webmaster/Publisher and Co-Owner

E-mail:
brian@dagobertsrevenge.com


J. P, Bergman

James P. Bergman
Musick Editor

James P. Bergman feels privileged to be involved in something as unique as Dagobert's Revenge and looks forward to the bright future that this magazine has to offer to it's readers. With such a diverse topic range in the magazine, James hopes to bring this same aspect to the musick pages, covering all the best in unique musick that reflects the interests of the magazine and it's readers. Mr. Bergman does free-lance graphic design and multi-media development, and as a member of the media he hopes to be able to continue influencing the society he lives in with subtle, but subversive methods. Mr. Bergman has long been interested in conspiracy theories, esoteric thought, and the influence that secret societies have on our society and culture. He also is part of a musickal project known as The Circus Of The Scars that will have a release out on blrrecords very soon entitled, "Home Is Where The Hurt Is" and is a proud member of the TapeGerm collective. Beta-lactam Ring Records

E-mail:
jpbergman@dagobertsrevenge.com


Boyd at the church in Rennes-le-Chateau

Boyd Rice
Staff Writer

Boyd Rice is a well-known writer, musician, filmmaker, actor, and expert on the occult with a long and notorious past. He is most famous for his work with the band NoN, which he created, and his pioneering efforts in the formative years of the Noise Music genre, as well as his work with Apocalyptic Folk band Death in June. He has also acted as a spokesman for such organizations as the Church of Satan, the Partridge Family Temple, and the Abraxas Foundation, of which he was a founding member. He recently starred in the film Pearls Before Swine, which appeared at the Cannes Film Festival in France, and released another short film called “The Black Sun.” He has written for such publications as Panik, Seconds, Rollerderby, Snakeoil, Unsound, Bunnyhop and The Black Flame, as well as the books Apocalypse Culture, Re/Search, Answer Me! and Lucifer Rising. He is now absorbed in his researches on the Holy Grail and the Merovingian bloodline, to which he is related, via the Plantagenets of England. He appeared alongside Tracy Twyman on Fox’s “In Search of Secret Societies”, and is diligently working with her on a book about the Grail mystery, due to be finished in 2001.

Long Live Death - An archive and tribute to Boyd Rice and his work as NON.


Vadge Moore

Vadge Moore
Staff Writer

Vadge Moore is something of a “living legend” in the punk rock subculture, famous for his work as drummer for the SubPop icons, The Dwarves, and his outrageous sense of showmanship. He even has his own theme song, “The Ballad of Vadge Moore”, and has been banned from entering several international ports. While the rumors about him severing his left hand in a chainsaw-juggling accident are patently untrue, he has left the Dwarves line-up recently to work with four other bands, including Phoenix Thunderstone, Chthonic Force, Neither/Neither World, and Billy Wonka. An expert on the magickal systems of Aliester Crowley, Vadge has written for the e-zine Primal Chaos, and most recently, Dagobert’s Revenge, where he is exploring the subject of sacred sex.

E-mail:
vadge@dagobertsrevenge.com


Vortex

Adam Gorightly
Staff Writer

A self-described "crackpot historian", Adam Gorightly's eclectic brand of journalism has appeared in such groundbreaking 'zines as The Excluded Middle, Crash Collusion, UFO Magazine, Paranoia, SteamShovel Press, Great God Pan, Off The Deep End, The Hungry Maggot, Gray Areas, Infocult, ELF-Infested Spaces, and Saucer Smear. His work can also be found on the Internet at such websites as Magonia, Donna Kossy's Kooks, The Konformist, and Disinformation. Unpublished works include a novella, Dusty Karma--that has been described as Philip K. Dick meets the Kennedy Assassination--as well as his samizdat classic UFO's, LSD and Me, which appeared in a condensed version in Crash Collusion # 5. Adam has just finished his first book project, The Shadow Over Santa Susana: Black Magic, Mind Control, and the "Manson Family" Mythos, which is slated for release in the Winter of 2001.

E-mail:
gorightly@hotmail.com

Manson Mythos

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