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Cryptozoology expert Robert Morphy is a monthly contributor to Spaced Out Radio. Tonight's broadcast will take us to the east coast, to visit the strange and unusual happenings of the Bridgewater Triangle.
As a resident of upstate New York, Rob has investigated any and all reports regarding this obscure territory. Rob will detail to us, sightings of Bigfoot, Extraterrestrials, Dog Man, Black Triangles, Ogres, and so much more.
The Bridgewater Triangle is approx. 200 sq. miles in Massachusetts. It is said to be a haunted area, from Hockomock Swamp, to Freetown-Fall River State Forest.
Suga-T is a social entrepreneur and has presented her multi-talents for over three decades worldwide as a songstress, rapstress, actress and executive producer. Suga-T has a strong passion for teaching by experience and education and has decided to re-launch the “Be About It Movement” making available her life changing keynote, and trainings along with available upcoming launch of her new rapstress soundtrack titled “Ghetto Survived” and recently released songstress soundtrack “Unbreakable Me” that presents her soulful singing brand and life story that encourages personal development.
Jeremiah Massaquoi, born March 8, 1991 with lineage stemming from as far reaching as Freetown, Sierra Leone, was born to a large yet impoverished family, and found his destiny through music.. His circumstances made life dim, until one day his uncle sent for him to come to New York to live with him. Taking singing gigs and working as a dishwasher in a local restaurant in Brooklyn to survive, music overwhelmingly became his passion. He felt like he didn’t want to be another Usher, Justin Timberlake or Chris Brown; he was his own person, his own creative force and in order to impact the world, he needed to find his own voice! After going through several music production companies in the tri – state area, he was recommended by a friend to seek the services and talents of a talented producer/songwriter name Anthony (Boogie) of Firestorm Entertainment. It was there where he found his voice and his place in this world as an artist.
On this episode of Incubi Incarnate Broadcast, your host Bill Bachman welcomes very special guest John Brightman of New England Paranormal Research, Ghost Adventures, the Travel Channel, Bio and presenter at the upcoming Mineral Wells Paracon and many other events! Be sure to join the interactive chat room on our website www.IncubiIncarnate.com/IIBlistenlive!
Hailing from the planet of Freetown MA John Brightman, founder of New England Paranormal Research, has been investigating for nearly a decade. John's childhood acted as the main inspiration, growing up in the Freetown State Forest, part of the Bridgewater Triangle of Massachusetts. Specializing in the infamous murder cases of cult leader Carl Drew, as well as Mary Lou Arruda, John's lectures will captivate every audience with his macabre tales and astonishing evidence.
John's outstanding research and state-of-the-art precision to gather evidence has lead him to being featured on shows like the Travel Channels Ghost Adventures, A Haunting, The Haunted, My Ghost Story and even international shows in over a dozen countries, world-wide.
John's documented evidence is showcased in his book, based on the Bridgewater Triangle Called Dark Gift. John has taken part in several paranormal documentary productions, as well as the historically film project of The Bridgewater Triangle. John has also started his own photography company doing horror and gore photos that will be out in late 2014 and 2015!
John has been at many big big conventions all over the country such as Dragon con 2 years in a row, Fear con, Scarefest, Scare a con, RI comic con, Rapture Horror con and many more just to name a few. So stop by and say hi to him! he loves a healthy dose of conversation, advice, or just plain entertainment.
Top 3 places John would like to Investigate:
Poveglia Island, Villisca Axe Murder House, Old South Pittsburgh Hospital
A staunch opponent of slavery and the slave trade, he united with other emancipated African Americans in the Northern states in their abolitionist campaigns, using his Quaker connections with sympathetic co-religionists to support his efforts. Cuffe, first a whaling ship captain, eventually became a ship owner, operating a number of vessels which sailed between ports along the coast of Massachusetts. By 1811 he was reputedly the wealthiest African American in the United States and the largest employer of free African Americans. Despite his commercial success, Cuffe became increasingly disillusioned with the racial status of African Americans, and believed the creation of an independent African nation led by returnees from the United States offered the best prospects for free blacks and for African modernization. Inspired by British abolitionists who had established Sierra Leone, Cuffe began to recruit blacks to emigrate to the fledgling colony. On January 2, 1811, he launched his first expedition to Sierra Leone, sailing with an all-African American crew to Freetown. While there Cuffe helped to establish “The Friendly Society of Sierra Leone,” a trading organization run by African Americans who had returned to West Africa. Cuffe and others hoped the success of this enterprise would generate a mass emigration of free blacks to West Africa who, once there, would evangelize the Africans, establish business enterprises, and work to abolish slavery. In 1815 Cuffe led 38 African American colonists to Sierra Leone. The colonists established new homes and integrated into the small community of former English residents and refugees
recap of last week
"take action" reports
provopeopleslobby.com - 1st deadline @ midnight tonight!
encouraging water conservation in the city code
temporary moratorium on enforcement of 3 unrelated people per home?!
go see Freetown before it leaves theaters!
state issue & what to do about it - Great Shakeout
national issue & what to do about it - reform IRS code
council meeting recap
There is a new case coming to the NIH in Bethesda Maryland, just outside of Washington D.C. for treatment. Did you forget about it, well it has not forgot about us yet. In the last 21 days, Sierra Leone has reported 1,319 new cases of Ebola virus infections, the World Health Organization (WHO)reports.The country has surpassed Liberia, which has experienced a decrease in cases over the last four weeks with 225 new cases in the last 21 days. Liberia has reported 7,719 cases of the disease so far, and Sierra Leone has reported 7,897. Sierra Leone is hardest hit in its capital, Freetown, oWHO reprt A total of 639 health-care workers have been infected with Ebola during the current outbreak, and 349 have died. That’s an unprecedented number for a health crisis.“Our team met heroic doctors and nurses at their wits end, exhausted burial teams and lab techs, all doing the best they could but they simply ran out of resources and were overrun with gravely ill people
Tonight we welcome Aaron Cadieux. Aaron is the co-Producer/co-Director of the feature length documentary The Bridgewater Triangle. The Bridgewater Triangle sits within the Southeastern portion of Massachusetts, and includes a number of locations known for unexplained occurrences; the most prominent of which include the legendary Hockomock Swamp and the infamous Freetown/Fall River State Forest. The triangle’s traditional boarders are revealed by connecting the dots between the town of Abington to the North, the town of Freetown to the Southeast, and the town of Rehoboth to the Southwest.
The region hosts an unusually high volume of reports involving strange occurrences, unexplained mysteries and sinister activities. From ghostly hauntings and cryptic animal sightings, to UFO encounters and evidence of satanic ritual sacrifice, the Bridgewater Triangle serves as one of the world’s most diverse hotspots for paranormal activity
Topic: Rick talks with World Health Organization’s Dr. Margaret Harris on the ground in Freetown, Sierra Leone to get her first-hand report about the Ebola outbreak. In Part 2, Rick talks with former Citigroup executive Richard Bowen who warned Robert Rubin that the bank was bundling and selling risky sub-prime mortgages, and warranting to the buyers that Citigroup had verified the borrowers’ credit worthiness. He was dismissed from Citigroup. His testimony to the Financial Inquiry Commission was heavily edited, sealed, and kept from the American people.
Read more at http://www.trunews.com/friday-october-10-2014-dr-margaret-harris-richard-bowen/#u1h4G4yIPfc7s21y.99
America and the world is racist in policy to black people and at the same time ask why young black males are so angry. The anger comes from frustration and confusion of what to do. THe Kingdom of David will channel that anger to a peaceful love revolution that will bring hope, respect, restitution and reparations to Africa and her children in America and the rest of the world.
This broadcast announces the global revolution that must come from Jerusalem in order to restore hope. There is a war between good and evil and Jerusalem must lead the forces of good against the tyrannical forces of evil that wish to shackled man kind into a global new world order.,
Our fight is not against flesh and blood, but a spiritual battle that will erupt into love, truth and Justice by the establishment of the Kingdom of David.
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In this interview, Mariatu Kamara recounts the events that led up to her brutal attack where young rebel soldiers in Sierra Leone captured her at the tender age of 12 and cut off her hands. She will share how she was able to survive both physically and mentally, making peace with her past, forgiving those who hurt her and creating a beautiful life of purpose and meaning. Her message for a world facing turbulent times is Don’t give up on life no matter what! Find gratitude in everything.
When 12-year-old Mariatu set out for a neighboring village in Sierra Leone, she never arrived. Heavily armed rebel soldiers, many no older than children themselves, attacked and tortured her. During this brutal act of senseless violence they cut off both her hands.
Mariatu miraculously survived but with no parents to support her, she turned to begging in the streets of Freetown. Eventually, Mariatu was able to begin a new life in Canada where she co-authored her memoir, ‘The Bite of The Mango’, which to date has won several awards. Currently she is a UNICEF Special Representative for Children in Armed Conflict, giving presentations on the impact of war on children