Katherine Chiljan is an independent scholar who has studied the Shakespeare authorship question for over 28 years.(https://shakespearesuppressed.com/ )A graduate of U.C.L.A. (B.A. History), Chiljan became interested in the controversy when Charlton Ogburn, author of The Mysterious William Shakespeare (1984), appeared in a TV debate with a Shakespeare professor. She then started doing her own research, eventually publishing two anthologies about the 17th Earl of Oxford, and acting as editor of the Shakespeare-Oxford Newsletter.In 2003, she debated English professors on the topic at the Smithsonian Institution. Chiljan was inspired to write SHAKESPEARE SUPPRESSED: THE UNCENSORED TRUTH ABOUT SHAKESPEARE AND HIS WORKS (2011) after hearing a prominent English professor insult doubters of the traditional Shakespeare on national television. The book took almost 7 years to complete and earned her an award for distinguished scholarship from Concordia University, Portland, OR, in April 2012.Mark Eddy works with Barbara DeLong on the "Night-Light Network" delving into eclectic topics and ancient mysteries.Katherine and Mark visit with Dean on Talking Weird to chat about the Shakespeare authorship controversy. They will examine a wide range of clues and facts which suggest that the true author of the world's most famous plays was not the traditionally accredited "Bard of Avon".Get ready for a fascinating examination of one of the most compelling and long lasting mysteries of the literary world: Who was the "real" Shakespeare?