Spooky Southcoast Radio 03-13-10

3.13.10: We will be joined by Laura Magdalene Eisenhower, great-granddaughter of former President Dwight D. Eisenhower, who will share with us the story of how she was recruited to be part of a secret Mars colony.


Secret Mars Colony and Glenn Beck Vs. Bob T Wonder Poodle

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Spooky Southcoast Radio 03-06-10

"Spooky Southcoast" for March 6, 2010. Guest: Carl Johnson. Carl joins us to talk about the legendary horror and sci fi writer H.P. Lovecraft, Slater Mill and many other topics. Twin brother Keith Johnson joins in during the second half of the program as well.

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Spooky Southcoast Radio 02-27-10

"Spooky Southcoast" for February 27, 2010. Guests: Gene Lafferty, Terry Wolkowicz, Wayne Morrison. Gene joins us to discuss the notion of 3 a.m. as the "demonic hour," and then later we talk with Wayne and Terry about the upcoming "Rock Me Amadeus" fundraiser that will feature Tim and the Silent Assassin playing guitar in front of a crowd for the first time.

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King Philip's War - Classroom Edition

The King Philip’s War is the Bloodiest War per capita ever fought on American Soil. It is also one of the most overlooked events in our history. It is left out of text books, left out of our teaching and just like the tribes that were exterminated…wiped from our memory. - Not anymore.

Researcher, Director and Filmmaker, Aaron Cadieux joins us for a condensed shortened version of this Historical Presentation of the King Philip's War. Visit www.ourhistoryproject.com for the 2009 presentation 3 part series of the King Philip's War. Visit Aarons site www.bigoperations.com for more info on him as well as the Documentary "The First Patriots”.

This presentation was produced for the classroom so pass it around. Don’t just tell our educators about it, burn a disk and hand it to them. Total length is 36 minutes which included the opening and closing. As stated earlier we have the original production which is very detailed and is a little over 3 hours and can be found on our website http://www.ourhistoryproject.com.

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