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Damien Linnane
— Wikipedian  —
Self-portrait, January 2019
Self-portrait, January 2019
Education and employment
OccupationPost-grad student / artist
High schoolSt Francis Xavier's College
UniversityUniversity of New England
(Bachelor of Arts in Psychology)
Charles Sturt University
(Masters of Information studies)
Contact info
Editor - platinum star II.jpgThis editor is a
Master Editor II
and is entitled to display this
Platinum Editor Star.

About meEdit

Hi there, I'm Damien Linnane, previously known on here as Freikorp. I am originally from Sydney, Australia and have been editing Wikipedia since 2008. My editing seems to be spread between improving articles that interest me and also filling gaps in the literature where I see them. I am nearly finished completing a master's degree, do graphite portraits by commission and also work as a writer. Among other things I've sold several opinion pieces to 10 daily, and have also had a crime novel, Scarred, traditionally published.

Listed below is all the content I successfully brought to good or featured status. Articles in bold were also created by me. Flags indicate languages my work has been translated into.

RfAThis user thinks most administrators do a good job but has no wish to join them.
 This user was ranked 1485 on the list of Wikipedians by number of edits on April 26, 2020.
 This user has created 123 articles on Wikipedia.
 This user has written or significantly contributed to 14 Featured articles on Wikipedia.
 This user has written or significantly contributed to featured lists on Wikipedia.
 This user helped promote 40 good articles on Wikipedia.
 This user has reviewed 130 Good Article nominations on Wikipedia.
 This user has written or expanded 70 articles featured in the Did You Know section on the Main Page.
 This user has been editing Wikipedia for more than ten years.
 This user has uploaded 50 images (at last check) to Wikimedia Commons.
 This user has uploaded 55 images (at last check) to Wikipedia.
 This user has extended confirmed rights on the English Wikipedia. (verify)
 This user has autopatrolled rights on the English Wikipedia. (verify)
 This user has pending changes reviewer rights on the English Wikipedia. (verify)
 This user has file mover rights on the English Wikipedia. (verify)

I can't upload some of my portraits to Wikimedia due to copyright laws regarding works derived from photos. To see more portraits follow me on Instagram.

Barnstars, Awards and Wikilove
  The Copyeditor's Barnstar
Awarded to Damien for tirelessly correcting Wikipedia. Keep up the good work! James Chenery (talk) 02:25, 23 May 2009 (UTC)
  The Original Barnstar
I so admire your adoption of the drug-related death page. Your hard work has provided the world with a unique, long-needed list. Thank you. Paul, in Saudi (talk) 16:46, 25 December 2010 (UTC)
  Thanks for your work on List of dates predicted for apocalyptic events. I suppose you've checked out the article's traffic statistics? It's down to only a few thousand a day, after peaking at 136,000. StAnselm (talk) 23:13, 8 January 2013 (UTC)
  Good work at Narsinghpur. Aditya Nema (talk) 04:05, 3 June 2013 (UTC)
  The Defender of the Wiki Barnstar
"My" list of drug-related deaths has you as a guardian angel. Thank you for all your hard work. Paul, in Saudi (talk) 10:23, 11 June 2013 (UTC)
  The Writer's Barnstar
Congratulations for promoting Staircase model to the Main Page. It is a very interesting article. Good job and happy editing! ComputerJA () 16:20, 1 June 2014 (UTC)

black rock
Thank you, straight edge, for quality articles such as Murder of Leigh Leigh, The Fifth Element, and Azúcar Amarga and Blackrock, for starting here with "removed childish wording and biased description", for being the guardian angel of the list of drug-related deaths, - as you suspected already: you are an awesome Wikipedian!

--Gerda Arendt (talk) 06:55, 19 December 2014 (UTC)

I, Casliber award Freikorp with this Triple Crown for exceptional content improvements to Wikipedia. Thank you for all you do. Cheers, Cas Liber (talk · contribs) 22:02, 10 April 2015 (UTC)
I, Casliber award Freikorp with this Imperial Triple Crown for more great film-y improvements to Wikipedia. Thank you for all you do. Cheers, Cas Liber (talk · contribs) 22:04, 10 April 2015 (UTC)
Your majesty, it gives me great pleasure to bestow the Imperial Napoleonic Triple Crown upon you for your work in the areas of DYK, GA and FA. I was pleasantly surprised by the variety of articles you'd worked on. Keep it up! Harrias talk 15:31, 12 September 2015 (UTC)
Congratulations to Freikorp, who is awarded the WikiProject Video games Triple Crown for their various video game-related articles. Well done. JOEBRO64 11:32, 14 April 2018 (UTC)
Congratulations on receiving the Alexander the Great Edition Triple Laurel Crown. From games to films, you've served Wikipedia well. Way to reach such an incredible milestone! Nomader (talk) 17:33, 16 September 2018 (UTC)
WikiProject Australia triple crown
G'day mate. 'Ere's yer triple crown. Sorry it's late, but yer get a free wombat. Enjoy.
Gog the Mild (talk) 23:09, 20 January 2019 (UTC)
Damien Linnane
Editor of the Week
for the week beginning May 19,2019
Over 52,000 edits with 80% in mainspace. 38 Good articles, 13 Featured articles, 3 Featured lists, and 130 Good Article Reviews. Has uploaded 54 images and created 66 DYK's. Contributor to all facets of content creation. Received a Million Award, 1 Three-Quarter Million Award and 3 Quarter Million Awards. Other prestigious awards include: 50 DYK Expansion Medal, the Standard Triple Crown, the Imperial Napoleonic Triple Crown, the WikiProject Video games Triple Crown, the Alexander the Great Edition Triple Laurel Crown, the WikiProject Australia triple crown, and the Awesome Wikipedian Award.
Recognized for
prolific production
Notable work(s)
Isabelle Eberhardt, R. V. C. Bodley, Dark Angel (2000 TV series), and Blackrock (film))
Submit a nomination
  The Stub Barnstar
Expansion of Frederick Edward-Collins to an article which was beyond any expectation of mine when I gave up on it and left it at the Reward Board. Sterling work. All the best, (talk) 16:17, 25 January 2015 (UTC) (Matty.007 incognito)
  The World War Barnstar
Excellent editing, for taking up a job all others-myself included-passed up as too difficult. On top of that, a suitable and yet fun username inspired by the German inter-war period. Once again I congratulate you for the magnitude of your magnificent work. Thank you and all the best, (talk) 16:17, 25 January 2015 (UTC) (Matty.007 logged out)
  The Writer's Barnstar
Thank you for your hard work on 2011 White House shooting and congrats on its promotion to GA status! I was pleasantly surprised to see someone turn a stub into a quality article so quickly. Keep up the great work! --Another Believer (Talk) 15:23, 26 January 2015 (UTC)
  The Barnstar of Diligence
For Doge and Dogecoin. Retartist 07:00, 4 April 2015 (UTC)
  Military history reviewers' award
For completing 3 reviews during April–June 2015, on behalf of the Wikiproject Military History coordinators, I hereby award you the Military history reviewers' award. Cheers, Ian Rose (talk) 10:19, 8 July 2015 (UTC)
  The 25 DYK Creation and Expansion Medal
Cheers to Freikorp for expanding over 25 articles for the DYK section on the main page. Cas Liber (talk · contribs) 01:58, 17 July 2015 (UTC)
  Military history reviewers' award
On behalf of the WikiProject Military history coordinators, I hereby award you the Wikistripe for your contribution of 3 FA, A-Class, Peer and GA reviews during the period July to September 2015. Well done! Peacemaker67 (crack... thump) 10:47, 5 October 2015 (UTC)
  The 50 DYK Creation and Expansion Medal
I am giving you something for a change :)  — Calvin999 09:27, 27 October 2015 (UTC)
  The Music Barnstar
For your work on Don't Say You Love Me (M2M song). Hawkeye7 (talk) 09:02, 24 October 2016 (UTC)
  The Editor's Barnstar
Congratulations on getting Dark Angel (TV series) promoted to a featured article. I hope my peer review was of assistance. Emir of Wikipedia (talk) 15:48, 16 February 2017 (UTC)
  The Tireless Contributor Barnstar
This may be months old, but I still want to congratulate you on successfully promoting Don't Say You Me to FA! Take this barnstar, you deserve it! Erick (talk) 16:37, 3 March 2017 (UTC)
  The Special Barnstar
Thanks for all of your invaluable help with my nomination of Holy Wood over at featured article candidates. You really went above and beyond the pale of a simple reviewer. It would never have happened without you! You're an awesome Wikipedian! Homeostasis07 (talk) 21:50, 28 July 2017 (UTC)
  I think it is extraordinary that you decided to do the work to develop List of deaths from drug overdose and intoxication and interesting for all of Wikipedia that you defined a precedent for bringing a dynamic list to featured article status. You addressed some excellent criticism and started conversations which I expect others will read to replicate what you have done. Thanks for what you did. Blue Rasberry (talk) 00:20, 1 August 2017 (UTC)
  The Jill Valentine FAC is one of the most daunting (in fact, actually the most daunting) FACs I have seen. It is so incredible and amazing to see you keeping up with so many comments. I hope this cup of tea would relax you in your journey to making it an FAC. Have a great rest of the day!   Adityavagarwal (talk) 14:07, 24 September 2017 (UTC)
  The Guidance Barnstar
Freikorp, I can't thank you enough for your assistance in helping me achieve my first good article. It was quite a task but it's given me a confidence boost in improving other VG character articles in the future. Thanks again!! sixtynine • speak up • 15:46, 14 October 2017 (UTC)
  The Original Barnstar
Good job on getting DJ AM to FA status. It was really interesting to know about such a tragic figure. FrB.TG (talk) 14:45, 7 November 2017 (UTC)
  The Tireless Contributor Barnstar
For taking the time to go through all my GANs. Thanks! JOEBRO64 21:29, 13 December 2017 (UTC)
  The Writer's Barnstar
I'm awarding this to you for your outstanding contributions to Wikipedia, as well as for reviewing my GANs. You really make Wiki a better place! Best regards; Cartoon network freak (talk) 17:05, 30 March 2018 (UTC)
  The Purple Barnstar
I can think of no one on this entire site who deserves this barnstar more than you do. The fact that you endured months of belligerence and borderline harassment at both of Jill Valentine's FAC's and the later peer review, and that you never once lost your cool—I'm in awe! Bravo! I've been depressed about how the whole saga ended, so I've taken it upon myself to adopt Jill Valentine. I'm nearly done with the article, and hope to renominate it at FAC in a couple of weeks. ;) Homeostasis07 (talk) 01:54, 18 April 2018 (UTC)
  The 2017 Cure Award
In 2017 you were one of the top ~250 medical editors across any language of Wikipedia. Thank you from Wiki Project Med Foundation for helping bring free, complete, accurate, up-to-date health information to the public. We really appreciate you and the vital work you do! Wiki Project Med Foundation is a user group whose mission is to improve our health content. Consider joining here, there are no associated costs.
  The Original Barnstar
Thank you for your help with the GAN reviews. I have a lot of respect for you as an editor/contributor and it is always great to work with you. Aoba47 (talk) 20:51, 27 June 2018 (UTC)
  The Feather Barnstar
The work done by you on numerous articles and promoting them to GAs and FAs is stupendous, so this barnstar that you deserve is a signature of your commendable work!   Adityavagarwal (talk) 20:10, 4 December 2018 (UTC)
  The Million Award
For your contributions to bring List of dates predicted for apocalyptic events (estimated annual readership: 1,015,042) to Featured List status, I hereby present you the Million Award. Congratulations on this rare accomplishment, and thanks for all you do for Wikipedia's readers! Adityavagarwal (talk) 13:49, 21 January 2019 (UTC)
  The Three-Quarter Million Award
For your contributions to bring The Fifth Element (estimated annual readership: 753,385) to Featured Article status, I hereby present you the Three-Quarter Million Award. Congratulations on this rare accomplishment, and thanks for all you do for Wikipedia's readers! Adityavagarwal (talk) 13:49, 21 January 2019 (UTC)
  The Quarter Million Award
For your contributions to bring List of deaths from drug overdose and intoxication (estimated annual readership: 365,431) to Featured List status, I hereby present you the Quarter Million Award. Congratulations on this rare accomplishment, and thanks for all you do for Wikipedia's readers! Adityavagarwal (talk) 13:49, 21 January 2019 (UTC)
  The Quarter Million Award
For your contributions to bring Resident Evil: Apocalypse (estimated annual readership: 281,952) to Featured Article status, I hereby present you the Quarter Million Award. Congratulations on this rare accomplishment, and thanks for all you do for Wikipedia's readers! Adityavagarwal (talk) 13:49, 21 January 2019 (UTC)
  The Quarter Million Award
For your contributions to bring Resident Evil 5 (estimated annual readership: 250,191) to Featured Article status, I hereby present you the Quarter Million Award. Congratulations on this rare accomplishment, and thanks for all you do for Wikipedia's readers! Adityavagarwal (talk) 13:49, 21 January 2019 (UTC)
  Editor of the Week
Your ongoing efforts to improve the encyclopedia have not gone unnoticed: You have been selected as Editor of the Week in recognition of your great contributions! (courtesy of the Wikipedia Editor Retention Project)
  Your Opinion is More Important than You Think Barnstar
Congrats. Jill Valentine is now a Featured Article! It ended up being an amazingly easy process, once a certain user finally ceased their campaign of multi-page harassment and badgering in an obvious attempt at trying to frustrate me into abandoning the article, like a certain other user did to you during the last peer review. But enough about those trolls. Forever! ;) Hopefully this brings as much closure to you as it did to me... in that neither of us have any excuse to interact with those alleged people for the rest of our editing lives. =) Homeostasis07 (talk/contributions) 01:57, 18 November 2019 (UTC)
Five years? Five years! Yes, five years have passed since Murder of Leigh Leigh and The Fifth Element were promoted, so it's my pleasure to award you this Timeless Triple Crown. Well done, extremely impressive. Gog the Mild (talk) 11:27, 28 November 2019 (UTC)
  The Random Acts of Kindness Barnstar
Thank you very much for processing Triple Crown nominations since April 2015! (yep, I checked – April 9, 2015 to be exact) It may feel mundane and thankless at times, but know that your efforts there do not go unnoticed. —Bloom6132 (talk) 11:30, 21 April 2020 (UTC)
Did You Know
Date Status DYK hook Views
7 February 2013 Created ... that the founder of the Dami Mission church predicted the world would end on October 28, 1992, but used donations from his followers to purchase bonds that did not mature until after that date? 2,774
28 February 2013 Created ... that in 2010, a man from England was convicted on child pornography charges for purchasing books, including The Age of Innocence, from a mainstream bookshop? 8,497
2 May 2013 Created ... that Kevin Bacon made his debut as a director in 1996 with the Golden Globe Award winning television film Losing Chase? 959
10 May 2013 Created ... that the origins of the dance move slutdrop can be traced back to music videos such as Dirrty by Christina Aguilera? 14,681
12 May 2013 Created ... that Sandy MacGregor considered himself to be the first western soldier in the Vietnam War to explore the Cu Chi tunnels? 2,514
14 May 2013 Created ... that the authors of The Discipline of Market Leaders were accused of purchasing thousands of copies of their own book, in order to get the book on The New York Times Best Seller list? 2,875
21 May 2013 Redirect ... that after running for seven consecutive years, the Blockbuster Entertainment Awards were cancelled in November 2001 following security concerns after the September 11 attacks? 1,447
22 May 2013 Redirect ... that Sally Mann dug up the body of her dead pet greyhound and photographed it for her photo-book What Remains? 2,678
25 May 2013 Created ... that the Soft and Hard Adult Film and Television Awards are the only pornographic film awards in the UK to have winners determined by public votes? 3,774
1 June 2013 Created ... that the aim of the computer game Kaboom: The Suicide Bombing Game is to kill and injure as many men, women and children as possible? 5,535
6 June 2013 Created ... that plans for an elephant to appear in the Guano Apes' circus-themed music video "You Can't Stop Me" were cancelled after the elephant's owner threatened a rival circus family? 807
13 June 2013 Created ... that whilst in his 70s, entrepreneur Eugene Tonkonogy fulfilled a lifelong ambition of marching in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade as a clown, and continued to do so every year for twenty years? 1,978
4 September 2013 Created ... that the only copy of the book La Promenade du sceptique by Denis Diderot was confiscated by police on two occasions? 2,667
1 June 2014 Created ... that there are six floors in the staircase model of terrorism? 5,712
15 June 2014 Redirect ... that the film Death in the West contains what is believed to be the first recorded admission from a tobacco company representative that smoking causes health problems? 2,276
6 July 2014 Created ... that the Arrow Catcher claims to live on a diet of just meat and potatoes? 3,065
6 August 2014 Created ... that Mya choked up during a demo for president Bill Clinton? 7,944
21 August 2014 Created ... that the murder of 14-year-old schoolgirl Leigh Leigh inspired a theatrical play that was later adapted into a feature film?' 15,304
30 August 2014 Created ... that the Australian hit song "Polyester Girl" is about a man "pledging fidelity to a sex doll"? 2,148
26 September 2014 Created ... that the National IQ Test assessed whether people who support Aussie rules are more intelligent than those who follow rugby league? 3,555
4 October 2014 Created ... that a scene in the film Azúcar Amarga showing people deliberately infecting themselves with HIV to protest against the Cuban government is based on actual events? 1,702
24 October 2014 GA ... that The Punisher can be distinguished from other beat 'em up games by its frequent use of firearms? 2,445
10 November 2014 Created ... that Titanica was the second feature-length IMAX film released, and included footage of the wreck of the RMS Titanic taken using two Mir submersibles? 2,380
25 November 2014 Created ... that Saumarez Homestead contains a thirty-room Edwardian mansion, and has hosted fashion shows and a film festival? 3,177
6 December 2014 GA ... that test screening participants for the film The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc asked, "Why does she have to die at the end?" 3,442
16 December 2014 Expanded ... that director Luc Besson's debut feature film Le Dernier Combat contained only two words of dialogue? 3,225
17 December 2014 Created ... that the book Hand to Mouth: Living in Bootstrap America contains a chapter entitled "I've Got Way Bigger Problems Than a Spinach Salad Can Solve"? 3,675
21 December 2014 Created ... that there were "countless" debates over the authenticity of Trent from Punchy? 2,280
22 December 2014 Nominated ... that a New York Times Magazine writer described Ellen Page's performance in the 2005 film Hard Candy as her artistic breakthrough performance that "almost no one noticed"? 3,484
26 December 2014 Expanded ... that it took the Secret Service four days to realize that bullets had struck the White House on 11 November 2011? 9,643
31 January 2015 Created ...that "Trouble" was the promotional single for Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie, and was described by Billboard as being as goofy as the film? 1,134
5 February 2015 GA ... that video game character Jill Valentine was almost a Jill sandwich? 5,227
5 February 2015 Created ... that in 1912 Michael Winter intruded into the White House twice in one day? 6,069
8 February 2015 GA ... that over $20,000 was spent trademarking the name Max Heat before the character was renamed Max Payne? 3,276
9 February 2015 GA ... that Lemmings is regarded as one of the most widely ported video games? 7,178
11 February 2015 Created ... that a brief conversation with Lawrence of Arabia prompted R. V. C. Bodley to live with a nomadic tribe in the Sahara desert for seven years? 2,892
14 February 2015 GA ... that filmgoers incorrectly believed that Blackrock was a factual account of the murder of Leigh Leigh? 2,692
26 February 2015 Nominated ... that Goat Simulator was released on April Fools' Day? 6,800
1 March 2015 GA ... that a scene from Resident Evil 5 was submitted to the British Board of Film Classification due to a complaint of racism? 4,899
3 March 2015 Expanded ... that S.O.A.P. encouraged their fans to come up with a backronym for their name, though they were unimpressed by the "countless unsavoury submissions"? 8,194
20 March 2015 GA ... that in 2012 Complex ranked Sarah Kerrigan as the most evil woman in gaming? 9,882
6 May 2015 GA ... that Stan Winston's special effects studio cut its prices in half to meet the budget for the film Tank Girl, as it was desperate to work on the project? 11,067
28 June 2015 Created ... that DJ AM died from a drug overdose shortly after filming was completed for the drug intervention reality show Gone Too Far? 1,153
17 July 2015 GA ... that allegations have been made that the 2009 film Avatar plagiarised the 1992 film FernGully: The Last Rainforest? 4,372
24 July 2015 GA ... that Jessica Alba spent a year training in martial arts, gymnastics and motorcycle riding for her lead role in the series Dark Angel? 5,185
10 August 2015 GA ... that the play Blackrock was developed into a film of the same name, and was inspired by the murder of Leigh Leigh? 1,694
8 October 2015 GA ... that the word "kissing" was altered in the song "Don't Say You Love Me" as it was considered inappropriate for the Pokémon: The First Movie soundtrack? 2,702
15 October 2015 Created ... that the song "Everything" by M2M was aimed at Zac Hanson? 1,634
19 October 2015 Redirect ... that The Brimstone Sluggers is Crazy Town's first studio album in 13 years? 859
23 October 2015 Redirect ... that B*Witched reunited in 2012, and in 2014 released Champagne or Guinness, their first EP in over a decade? 848
25 October 2015 GA ... that Isabelle Eberhardt's first story, published in 1895, was about a medical student's physical attraction to a woman's corpse? 2,255
27 October 2015 GA ... that Omar Gonzalez scaled the fence of the White House and was able to intrude into the building, as the doors were unlocked? 3,574
7 November 2015 GA ... that the film Iron Man 2 was dedicated to the memory of DJ AM? 3,468
14 November 2015 Expanded ... that salacious sex scenes were filmed for Isabelle Eberhardt, though they did not make the film's final cut? 6,430
17 November 2016 Double GA ... that Jessica Alba reprised her role as Max Guevara in the video game Dark Angel by voicing the character? 9,029

(5,575 + 3,454)

17 January 2017 GA ... that M2M appeared on an episode of Dawson's Creek to promote their album The Big Room? 472
23 January 2017 GA ... that the Swedish release of M2M's debut album Shades of Purple was delayed by a legal dispute with another band named M2M? 893
8 March 2017 GA ... that M2M were going to call themselves M&M until they realised the name was already being used by a type of candy? 5,074
26 July 2017 GA ... that according to Snopes, the belief that the soul weighs 21 grams should not be given any credence? 6,402
8 November 2017 Expanded ... that the book Bananas, Beaches and Bases argues that banana sales have a "gendered history"? 7,640
20 November 2017 GA ... that Games and Culture criticised Sheva Alomar for being the video game equivalent of Pocahontas? 9,137
30 April 2018 GA ... that in the United States, it is estimated that for every dollar spent on prison education, $4 to $5 is saved due to decreases in recidivism? 1,029
5 May 2018 GA ... that riot shields (example pictured) may actually encourage protesters to throw things at police? 5,212
20 May 2018 GA ... that a coroner's inquest into the death of Ms Dhu found that she suffered "unprofessional and inhumane" treatment by police and "deficient" treatment by hospital staff? 6,759
31 May 2018 Expanded ... that before becoming a successful writer, James Francis Dwyer was sentenced to seven years in prison for forgery and uttering? 3,372
27 January 2019 GA ... that at age 17, the English actress Emily Lloyd reportedly beat over 5,000 others, including Jodie Foster, for the lead role in the 1989 film Cookie? 8,369
29 January 2019 GA ... that catwalk model Michelle Leslie claimed police in Bali, Indonesia, planted two ecstasy tablets in her handbag and then asked for a US$25,000 bribe to avoid conviction? 14,238
12 March 2019 GA ... that major general John K. Singlaub said that Frank Dux's book The Secret Man, which states Dux was recruited in a urinal to work for the CIA, was "an insult" to the reader's intelligence? 3,403
21 August 2019 Created ... that the sentence of 241 years given to Bobby Bostic was the longest term of imprisonment ever handed down in Missouri to a juvenile for non-homicide offenses? 7,685
22 January 2020 GA ... that Peter Hedges was paid $10 to write the screenplay for Pieces of April, and another $10 to direct the film? 2,229
26 April 2020 Created ... that footballer Jamal Farhan, who was banned for life by FIFA after punching a referee in the head, later expressed remorse and advised fans not to imitate him? 2,310

Total views: 323,410

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Reference library

All of the following are eBooks I've purchased to use as sources on Wikipedia. If you need something checked in one of them don't hesitate to contact me.
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  • Bolton, Christopher, ed. (2007). Robot Ghosts and Wired Dreams: Japanese Science Fiction from Origins to Anime. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. ISBN 978-0-8166-4974-7.
  • McCarthy, John (2011). Let's Get It On!: The Making of MMA and Its Ultimate Referee. Medallion press. ASIN B005G5EMMG.
  • Randi, James (2011). An Encyclopedia of Claims, Frauds, and Hoaxes of the Occult and Supernatural. ASIN B0065GHTYS.
  • West, Nigel (2016). Cold War Counterfeit Spies: Tales of Espionage - Genuine or Bogus?. Frontline Books. ISBN 978-1473879577.
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