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Audio Interviews—Alternate Perceptions Magazine, August 2018

Hosted by Brent Raynes

Taunia Derenberger-Bowman attended American Intercontinental University, Cuyahoga Community College, and Kent State University (OH), and graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Backelor's degree in Business.

She was born on March 22, 1963 in Parkersburg, West Virginia, and is a mother of five children with thirteen grandchildren. Her father, Woodrow W. Derenberger, worked for Union Carbide before becoming an appliance salesman and world-famous UFO contactee. Taunia worked as a legal secretary and executive assistant while raising her children. She has also worked as a lobbyist in Washington, D.C., and also was a regional campaign director with the successful Clinton/Gore presidential ticket in 1991. More recently, she was a senior executive manager for Tupperware Corp.

Taunia is highly active in the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (she suffers with MS herself), and is an ordained minister who specializes in grief counseling. She currently resides in Parkersburg, West Virginia.

The first portion of this audio was recorded a few months earlier. Due to a series of health-related issues, an injury, and in one instance technical problems on my end, Part Two came about recently on July 24th.

In this interview, Taunia describes her recollections of her father, Woodrow W. Derenberger, as well as his visit with the MIB, Indrid Cold, and what she personally remembers about those and other experiences. She is the author of Beyond Lanulos: Our Fifty Years with Indrid Cold, available on Amazon for $15.99.

Audio Interview Part 1

Audio Interview Part 2


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