|Mae Magnin Brussell|
May 29, 1922
Beverly Hills, California
|Died||October 3, 1988|
Cause of death
University of California, Berkeley
|Relatives||Isaac Magnin (paternal great-grandfather)
Mary Ann Magnin (paternal great-grandmother)
Mae Magnin Brussell (May 29, 1922 – October 3, 1988) was an American radio personality. She was the host of Dialogue: Conspiracy (later renamed World Watchers International).
Mae Magnin was born on May 29, 1922 in Beverly Hills, California. Her father, Edgar Magnin, was a Reform rabbi at the Wilshire Boulevard Temple. Her paternal great-grandfather was Isaac Magnin, a frame carver and gilder. Her paternal great-grandmother was Mary Ann Magnin, the founder of I. Magnin, an upscale women's clothing store in San Francisco, California.
Her career in radio started in May 1971, when as a guest on the independently owned radio station KLRB, she questioned the 26-volume Warren Commission Hearings. She suggested Lee Harvey Oswald might not have been the only person involved in the assassination of the president. She became a weekly guest. Shortly after, she became the host of Dialogue: Conspiracy (later renamed World Watchers International). From 1983 to 1988, she hosted the same show on KAZU FM, a radio station based in Pacific Grove.
She was married, and had five children.
- Peter Knight, Conspiracy Theories in American History: An Encyclopedia, ABC-CLIO, 2003, pp. 140-141 
- 'Rabbi To Deliver Sunday Sermon', The Stanford Daily, Volume 99a, Issue 8, 17 July 1941 
- Register - University of California, Berkeley, California: University of California Press, 1943, Volume 2, p. 3