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Brian Joseph Vinezeano~Musician/Paranormal Experiencer

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The Paranormal and The Sacred

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Brian Joseph Vinezeano

Brian Joseph Vinezeano is a musician from Chicago. He is the middle child of a large Roman Catholic family of 10 that lived in Rolling Meadows area, a small suburb of Illinois. They were rather poor and his dad worked 3 jobs to support his large family. Brian’s interest in music began at an early age and he started playing instruments at age 20 and his interest in playing music has remained with Brian throughout his life. He is currently playing with a band called High Alert. His cousin Chuck Panazzo is in the band Styx and had a great influence on Brian. Brian is also a contractor that does remodeling for a living. He has remodeled several properties that have had very odd occurrences with some very strange stories connected to them. He has experienced paranormal activity at several different locations. His interest in the paranormal and belief in the afterlife began more than 20 years ago. He was living with his ex-wife and they were fast asleep. He woke up when he felt something sit on the edge of the bed by their feet. He could see nothing but the indentation in the bed where they could plainly see that someone just sat down there. The next night it happened again and they decided it was time to move..."NOW".  As they were packing to move something pushed down the button on a cassette player and music started to play on it’s own. We will be discussing this story and his other extraordinary experiences that were investigated by a paranormal team and broadcasted on a local cable network on the Paranormal CPR Show. For more information you can contact Brian Vinezeano at: https://m.facebook.com/highalertchicago/    or https://m.www.TylemanTyle/        or call direct at 708-446-8597.