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Watch for updates, Subject to change. Open MIC Sunday, this Thanksgiving Weekend. We will be having an open mic call in and sound off, or make comments, discussing webblog postings, new research findings, DNA, or solicit queries or connections.
*The Black and White World of Core Melungeon Y-DNA study. I have decided to make a few comments and save this topic for a better oportunity to elaborate and take call in. I have invited Jack Goins, but last hour I have had no response.
Scott Sewell will join us to tell us all about his upcoming book, THe Belle's of The Creek Nation! A new publication from Backintyme.biz by Scott Sewell. An intriquing family saga of Muscogee Creek Doyle and Hill Families, some who attended the Asbury Missionary Institution near Ft Mitchell Creek Nation. The Poarch Creek Band, The Dominikers, Lumbee & Creek Indians. Very exciting new book with lots of genealogy, pictures, original artwork, and documentation! Some of the families migrated to Texas and then onto self migrate to the Creek Nation, Indian Territory. Sewell is the coauthor of Indians of North Florida by Backintyme.biz as well as a member of the Melungeon Heritage Association. Scott cowrote with Cousin Steven Pony "Hill" author of Backintyme's Stanger's in Their Own Land. Where they chase the history and migrations of the Cheraw Indians from Robeson Co., NC, and the Creek Indians from Union Co., SC. Sewell and Hill document how these people found their home in North Florida's Calhoun, Jackson and Holmes Counties and became known as the Dominikers. Including the Goins, Collins, as well as Lumbee connections to the Oxedines and Revels and the Redbone associated Sweat Families.
Join GSCeltic, and Jeff from the Horny Toad Restaurant, as we talk about the upcoming Taste of Cave Creek event for our friends in the Valley of the Sun Devils. Ryan Sims supplies the music. He'll be at Taste of Cave Creek. I'll may even reminisce about taking my chances at ASU, love and life trying to escape the Michigan cold back in, well, another world.
Lavender Hill had a first on September 14, 2014. Corwin and Phil got to host their very first live-in-the-studio-musical-performance. Otter Creek, a folk duo from Utah, were in Nebraska to doa show in support of PFLAG-Hastings. They came into Lincoln to visit on the air with Corwin and Phil. Peter and Mary Danzig are long time allies to the LGBTQ community and have gone so far as to leave their Mormon faith because of their deeply rooted convictions that all love is equal.
This edition of the Hill features Otter Creek's music exclusively. Live and recorded, several tracks and back story on the music are available throughout the program. Mary and Peter were accompanied by their three daughters and Andrew Callahan from the Hastings, NE PFLAG chapter. Andrew also left the Mormon church because his beliefs on marriage equality, gay rights, and related issues were in conflict with the church.
You can learn more about Otter Creek and purchase their music through their website: www.ottercreekduo.com.
Concerned about the lack of wolves AND creeks in Wolf Creek 2? Fear not! We're here to give you the low down on what IS in Australia's latest horror film - and we know where the bodies are buried. Because we watched the film. And saw them. Princess Di's life also gets the celluloid treatment in Diana but fails to be regal in any way and ends up in Dave's Crap Corner.
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Tues. Sept. 30th on Equestrian Legacy Radio's SADDLE UP AMERICA!
We visit with MATT LITTRELL about his journey on THE LONG TRAIL HOME and JILL ROMELLO of ELKINS CREEK HORSE CAMPGROUND in Pedro, Ohio.
Matt talks about the purpose of The Long Trail Home ride to benefit the Semper Fi Fund, the people he's meet and the challenges faced in preparing for and riding across America.
Jill will share information about one of Ohio's premier trail riding destinations, Elkins Creek Horse Campground.
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The Late Muskogee Creek renowned Medicine Man Marcellus Bearheart (1918 to 2008).
Author of the book The Wind Is My Mother, CDs Medicine Songs, Inner Vision Quest, and It Is A Good Day To Live, Marcellus Bearheart was a medicine man by the early 1940s, and prayed in Harry Truman's White House.
Past Director of Cultural Retention Program for Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commission for 20 years.
Keynote speaker for Indian Public Health Service and US Forest Service-Employee Development.
Prayed in the White House with President Harry S. Truman.
Ancestors: Trail of Tears.. Georgia, Alabama- marched to Oklahoma. His Great-Grandmother died on that trail.
Bear Heart was born in Okemah, Oklahoma, 1918.
He is a graduate of Oklahoma City College and Bacone College, an all Indian College.
He was called to be one of the spiritual counselors for the firemen and their families after the Oklahoma City tragedy.
He put down prayers with the Fire Departments at Ground Zero in Nov. 2001.
Bear Heart served on President Bush's Faith Based Initiative panel for the US Dept of Health 's WHEN TERROR STRIKES conference in NYC- 2001.
He represented Native American medicine people at the World Shamanistic Conference in Austria 1985.
This week our guests are Steven Streufert and Ian C, co-founders of the Bluff Creek Trail Cam Project and the Bluff Creek Film Site Project. The Film Site project was originally formed in 2009 in order to locate the Patterson-Gimlin Bigfoot film site. The team successfully located the film site in 2011 and continued to perform field research and surveys to digitally reconstruct the site and ascertain exact dimensional data from the film and make accurate measurements of the creature’s pathway and size. The Trail Cam project was launched in 2012 in order to systematically install high end trail cameras throughout the Bluff Creek area to capture the movements of the area’s inhabitants. Steven also writes a popular blog named Bigfoot’s bLog, runs a bookstore named Bigfoot Books in Willow Creek, CA and also runs the Facebook group Coalition for Reason, Science, Satire and Sanity in Bigfoot Research. Join us this week as we pick their brains on these subjects and much more!
Tues. Dec 9th Noon CST Equestrian Legacy Radio's SADDLE UP AMERICA!
The Trailmesiter and Shawnee Creek Horse Camp LLC
GARY HOLT and TINA MAE WEBER visit with ROBERT "Trailmeister" EVERSOLE to discuss Trail Tips for Winter Riding.
We travel to Missouri to visit a boutique horse campground and talk with owner RUTH MARTIN of Shawnee Creek Horse Camp LLC. Nestled along the Ozark River National Scenic Waterway this is a peaceful getway that is perfect for nature lovers.
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When it comes to movie villains, Australia has a top contender: John Jarratt. Jarratt made a name for himself in the 2005 horror film Wolf Creek. Based (loosely) on actual events, Wolf Creek struck a chord with Aussies and movie goers all over the world.
Jarratt's character, Mick Taylor, was inspired by Ivan Milat who committed a series of grisly killings that came to be known as "The Backpack Murders."
Now Jarratt reprises his role in the sequel, Wolf Creek 2. It is slotted for an American release on May 16th.
In the new film we find a young German couple backpacking in the wilds of the Australian Outback. Their vacation in paradise is cut short when the come across psychopathic pig-shooter Mick Taylor.
In a thrilling game of cat and mouse, Taylor relentlessly stalks his prey through the desolate barren Outback. Their struggle for survival seems utterly hopeless. When an unsuspecting motorist attempts to help one of Taylor's victims, he too becomes part of the gruesome game.
It's killer vs captive in a battle of brutality and wits in one of the most imaginative torture scenes ever filmed.
The film has moments of pure natural beauty interspersed with sheer brutality. And oh, that laugh, that psychotic unmistakable laugh!
John Jarratt joins the Haunted Housewife for what is sure to be an electrifying interview on May 13th at 10pmE.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author John Joseph Creek to Conversations LIVE to discuss his book I SEE ONLY YOUR PERFECTION.
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