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Meet adventurer extraordinaire Glenn Wilsey who has wrestled alligators and now swims peacefully with the manatees in Florida. If you ever dreamed of swimming with the manatees this is the show to listen to. Glenn's a respected and entertaining presence in manatee adventures and tourism. Listen to what Glenn has to say about how you can have an unforgettable manatee experience.
Winona Alexis is Lakota, Nakota and Dakota from the Rosebud reservation in South Dakota but she grew up in Virginia. Winona first became interested in Sasquatch in the 70's when she was about 11 after finding a book in her school library. She now lives in Alberta Canada on the Alexis Nakota First Nations Reserve and has lived there for 16 years. Since moving here her interest in Sasquatch has gone up to a new level. Winona has had some encounters in which she saw what might have been a Sasquatch cross the road with a baby one evening and has has sevral more including, hearing them slam into her house and what sounded like one speaking. Her children and other children visiting her house on the First Nations reserve have had sightings and heard vocals as well.
John Kirk is president of the British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club (BCSCC), and is the author of the award-winning book, In the Domain of the Lake Monsters. John is part of a team of investigators that have searched for cryptids such as Ogopogo, Sasquatch, Cadborosaurus, black alligators, unknown cameloids, lacustrean cryptids and giant salamanders in the province of British Columbia. John has ventured far afield in his quest for evidence for the mystery animals of the world in many areas of the world including Scotland, the Republic of Cameroon and the Republic of the Congo. John is a keen student of police methodologies and investigation techniques which he feels are very useful in the field of cryptozoological research. It is John’s hope that the day will come when cryptozoological researchers will be at the forefront of using technologies and equipment that are of the cutting edge variety in their search for cryptids.
AndroidVirus and Xander Kane review the worst in horror so you don't have to! This week we are discussing films featuring mutant Alligators and secret Biological testing gone awry!
Up first is the 1980 Lewis Teague monster fest Alligator! Listen in as we discuss why its not good to flush animals down toilets....They might come back with a bite! IMDB
Next we follow that with 1995's Proteus! What can you do when the Oil Rig you are hiding in as you smuggle heroin turns out to be a secret lab where biological tests are being done? Will they survive? Sources tell this reporter no! IMDB
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How much would it weird you out if you had a pet that made the sound we attribute to them? Like a cat that literally goes "meow" or a dog that says "bark" or "woof" and stuff? Or a lizard that goes...
What the hell do lizards say? Do they hiss or something, like alligators? Do they even make sound? I've never known a lizard well enough to hear what the little dude has to say. I'm kinda sad about that now.
This show will not be about lizards or animal sounds. Probably. Could be, but it's not terribly likely. What will it be about? Hell if I know. We'll see when we go live.
I hope you'll join me for the ride. Should be fun.
Custer's Luck Radio Show host Jean Barto reads from Chapter VI of "Tenting on the Plains." General Custer and his family and command continue to contend with the late summer Texas climate, vermin, and disease in Hempstead, Texas prior to moving on to Austin in November, 1865.
California based author C. Lee McKenzie chats with Big Blend Radio hosts Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith about her new books. 'Sudden Secrets' is a contemporary young adult novel that explores grief and the power of the human spirit to heal from life-altering events. the sequel to 'Alligators Overhead,' 'The Great Time Lock Disaster' is a middle grade fantasy adventure novel is about two seventh graders who travel in time. McKenzie has published three other young adult books including: 'Sliding on the Edge' (WestSide Books, 2009), 'The Princess of Las Pulgas' (Westside Books, 2010), and 'Double Negative' (Evernight Teen, 2014).
A former lecturer and administrator at California State University, San Jose, McKenzie also wrote, edited and published a newsletter for university professors, and wrote and published non-fiction articles in her field of Linguistics and Inter-cultural Communications and in general readership magazines.
This interview originally aired on May 3, 2015 on Big Blend Radio's Champagne Sundays variety show, that streamed live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona.
Special guest star, Col. Paul E. Cater, esquire, gentleman, converter of virgins and castrator of alligators. Paul is a senior adviser to the board, restoration, and full time care taker of the Prospect place here in Ohio. Lets talk Ghost,History and alligators with Paul You do not want to miss this show mark your calenders.
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Have you ever wondered which religion is the right one? Join us tonight on Rescue Radio as we sail through the swamp of religious alligators looking for the Highway of Holiness.
"Because There Is A War For Your Soul" Nothing boring or too political or super spiritual. Just probably some of the most radical and useful information you will find on radio. Join us live Tuesdays at 7pm CST or catch us on the run.
It’s time to talk straight about the war between God and Satan that is going on in our souls. And though the battle is the Lord’s and has already been won, the Enemy still seems to have a lot to say that has left too many of us doubtful and confused about what is going on and what can be done about it. It is time to talk back and tell it like it is!
Hosted by Marjorie Cole, founder of Life Recovery, Inc., and author of “Taking the Devil to Court” with Jarry Cole, Pastor of True Light Church as the featured guest pastor and roving co-host.
In 1986 Randy Lanier won a sports car championship and shattered an Andretti record to become the Indy 500 rookie of the year. What most people didn't know is he paid for his racing dreams by smuggling massive quantities of marijuana.
At the height of the Reagan-era War on Drugs, federal prosecutors charged Lanier and his associates with shipping more than 600,000 pounds of marijuana into the U.S. from Colombia. For eight months, he hid as a fugitive in Antigua, but was eventually caught, arrested, prosecuted and a few days before Christmas 1988 was sentenced to life in prison without possibility of parole.
Under mysterious circumstances that remain sealed by a court order, he was released on Oct. 15, 2014 and is living in a halfway house in Florida. As our first guest, Randy reveals what he is allowed to about his case, speaks out on the necessity of freeing the multitude of people serving life sentences in prison for marijuana prohibition offenses and takes a look at a world that has changed considerably in three decades,
Local initiatives in California communities to allow for patient cultivation and to reverse bans and enact ordinances to allow medical marijuana collectives did not fare well in the November 2014 elections. On the other hand, initiatives to impose taxes on medical marijuana sales did very well. Our 2nd guest is Don Duncan, one of the founders of Americans for Safe Access and currently serving on their Board of Directors, has been up to his neck in alligators on this issue for over a decade.
As the chief lobbyist for ASA, Don has come to learn the intricacies of local and state government and will discuss why the mmj collective and patient cultivation initiatives failed, why taxing marijuana was so popular and what options are available to address the continuing problem of patient access to mmj on the state and local level.
This is a live, weekly, call in talk show about spectacled caiman, aka caiman crocodilus. I run a no-kill animal rescue for caiman, which I provide free of charge, called CaimanHunter. The show is called "Live with the CaimanHunter" and airs every Thursday morning at 8am Central Time (9am Eastern, 6am Pacific). The call-in number is 347-838-9631. I've published numerous articles and have a book on the subject called, "Spectacled Caiman: My Experience; Your Resource" which is available on Amazon. Reptiles Magazine called me "The US' #1 Authority on Spectacled Caiman." And you can find me every week in the Croc Pond! To watch, listen, talk or follow me, you can find me:
...on Twitter: @caimanhunter
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...on the web: caimanhunter.com
...or just Google: "CaimanHunter"
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