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RADIO STORYTELLER SHEPHERD DIES

Jean Shepherd, America's great radio storyteller, died yesterday of natural causes in Lee Memorial Hospital, near his home on Sanibel Island, Fla. He was 78.

A raconteur whose work included movies, television shows, magazine stories and one man stage shows, "Shep" was best known for his late night radio shows, on which he spun long, golden tales of adventures, real and imaginary.

Perhaps his greatest talent was the ability to pull stories out of thin air, "Oxandrolone Powder India" keeping his thousands of listeners glued to their radios through the small hours of the night. "He was like a jazz musician he knew the chords, but second to second he didn't know what melody he was Buy Anadrol Cheap going to put Buy Cheap Jintropin Online on them."I listened to him when I was very young, and he was magic," recalled radio personality Bob Jones.

Born in Hammond, Ind., he served in the Signal Corps during World War II and attended Indiana University before launching his radio career as host of "Rear Bumper.

" Moving from Chicago to New York City, Shepherd spent 21 years on the 50,000 watt WOR AM, attracting a loyal following along the Eastern seaboard.

He always worked without a script, spinning his tales from his Indiana upbringing, creating characters like his alter ego, Ralph Parker, and his neighbors, the Bumpuses.

In a move that probably inspired the climactic scene in the movie "Network," Shepherd would "Oxandrolone Powder India" tell his listeners to crank up the volume on their radios and scream along with Buy Oral Steroids Australia him. "Drop the tools, we've got you covered!

" was one of Shepherd's favorite shout alongs.

Though best known for his radio work, Shepherd excelled as a multimedia performer. His films included the 1983 classic "A Christmas Story," which he wrote and narrated, and which is televised every Christmas.

Other films include "The Light Fantastic" from 1963; "Lenny Bruce Without Tears," 1975, and "My Summer Story," 1994.

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