Book Excerpt: ‘Inventor, Bootlegger, Psychedelic Pioneer’
Brad Holden’s second book brings to life one of Seattle’s most colorful characters
Al Hubbard was a “charlatan, bootlegger, radio pioneer, top-secret spy, uranium entrepreneur and billionaire,” according to HistoryLink.org. Naturally, Brad Holden became fascinated with him. Holden, perhaps Seattle’s most famed amateur historian and “ﬁnder of things” (you can read about his colorful collection of artifacts in the May-June issue of Seattle magazine), has written a book that…
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