The Salamander Interviews

The Salamander Society authorized interviews movers and shakers from behind the Zion Curtain.

Review this four page pamphlet, The Holy Interview to prepare for your next personal interview courtesy of True Believing Mormons - LDS Humor

Authorized Interviews

Unauthorized Interviews

Will Bagley Will Bagley author of "Blood of the Prophets Brigham Young and the Massacre at Mountain Meadows." Fawn Brody Fawn Brodie was interviewed by a historian at The Univeristy of Calfifornia Fullerton in the 1970's.
Gladys Knight Mormon convert.
Mitt Romney Mormon Politico.
Sandra Tanner Sandra Tanner who is perhaps the most famous former Mormon concluded her interview in February 2000. Sandra added "Reflections on 42 Years of Apostasy" in 2002. Rauni Higley Rauni Higley Ex-Mormon former Finnish translator for Mormon Church
Daniel C Peterson - Mormon apologist.
Daniel C Peterson
- Mormon apologists.
 
Trent Harris Trent Harris, the writer, producer and director of Plan 10 From Outer Space completed his interview Gordon B Hinckley Gordon B Hinckley The "I don't know" Prophet of the Mormon Church responds to "hard questions" by German Public Television. Blacks, finances, Lamanite DNA, democracy, etc.    
Kathy Worthington exmormon activist. Kathy Worthington Ex-Mormon activist. stephen Clark Stephen Clark of the Utah Chapter of The American Civil Liberties Union.    
Gary Bergera - Statments of the LDS First Presidency, Gary Bergera - author of Statements of the LDS First Presidency - A Topical Compendium Tal Bachman Tal Bachman The muscial former Mormon"    

Michael Coe and the Mormons - PBS Interview

Michael Coe comments on LDS archaeologists, anthropologists
and apologists.

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Michael Coe is the Charles J. MacCurdy professor emeritus of Anthropology at Yale University and curator emeritus of the Division of Anthropology at the school's Peabody Museum of Natural History. He is an expert on the Maya, who inhabited the same part of Mexico and Central American where Mormon scholars say the events of the Book of Mormon took place. In this interview, Coe discusses the challenges facing Mormon archaeologists attempting to prove the historical truth of their central scripture and his own views on Joseph Smith. This is an edited transcript of an interview conducted May 16, 2006.

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