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ParaCrap is just a fun show about anything and everything in the Paranormal World that's just kind of crap (T.V. shows, Movies, articles, rules and regulations, haters, etc.). They also discuss all kinds of hot topics.
So please join Slav, June and Dutch to talk about anything and everything in the Paranormal field! There is no subject too crappy to discuss.
TONIGHT though we have a VERY special Guest calling us all the way from Germany (it will be 4:00 a.m. his time so we REALLY want to thank him for that). Here is a little bit about him:
Following his studies in chemistry, Dr. Rolf Froböse worked as a research assistant at the Max Planck Institute, was division manager at technology magazine highTech and chief editor of the journals Chemie Industrie and Europa Chemie. Since 1995, he has worked as a freelance science and economic journalist, reporting on research and technology issues. He has also penned numerous popular non-fiction books, including "The Secret Physics of Coincidence: Quantum phenomena and fate"
The book is be available in the most common American and international bookstores within a few days.
When Gigabit Nation launched two years ago to help organizations bring faster, better broadband to communities, Chattanooga and its first-in-the-nation gigabit network was the topic of the day. Both the network and the show have come a long way since then.
Jim Ingraham, VP of Strategic Planning at EPB, the Chattanooga public utility that owns the infrastructure, highlights some of their major wins since his appearance on that initial show in July, 2011. Ingraham also talks about upcoming plans as the customer base grows and Chattanooga aggressively leverages various benefits that having the network makes possible.
As more communities put gigabit Internet access into place, Chattanooga has to step up its game in order to maintain its leadership position. Some of the developments of particular interest to listeners are:
how Chattanooga continues to use the network to attract a steady flow of new businesses; the city's marketing savvy positions itself as the hightech mecca of the south; K - 12 and higher education's evolution since gigabit service launched; Chattanooga's efforts to achieve its goals in telemedicine; and staying ahead of the competition.
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Join Jacqueline Foreman as she inteterviews authors Paul LaRosa and Maria Cramer who wrote the stunning book Seven Days of Rage: The Deadly Crime Spree of the Craigslist Killer (48 Hours Mysteries). For this book The Deadly Crime Spree of the Craigslist Killer a producer from the 48 Hours Mystery team (Paul LaRosa)teamed up with Boston Globe reporter Maria Cramer to reveal the
secret life of the young man known now as the "Craigslist Killer." Compressed into a seven-day time span, the story of the Craigslist Killer just kept unfolding: three vulnerable women, each cornered in a hotel room, one of them murdered when she resisted. Who would be next? The images of the suspect are jarring: an all- American handsome young man who could be the guy next door, clean-cut and casually dressed. Using hightech investigative tools and old-fashioned shoe leather, detectives from the Boston Police Department track down their man and arrest the unlikeliest of suspects: twenty-three-year-old Philip Markoff, a brilliant, wellregarded medical student at Boston University who is engaged to be married on the beach at sunset to a beautiful and trusting fiancée. If guilty, what is his motivation? Why did he allegedly use Craigslist, the online bulletin board, to pick out his victims? The arrest of Markoff, a man with no criminal record, seems incomprehensible, but the evidence against him seems overwhelming. Police match his gun and fingerprints to the crimes, and use a trail of digital bread crumbs to lead to Markoff's doorstep. When Manhattan model and Julissa Brisman agreed to meet a client at the Boston Marriott Copley Place Hotel, she thought it would be just one more day on her road to recovering from an alcohol addiction. Instead, she was discovered lying facedown in a pool of blood on a hallway carpet, her head battered, a bullet through her heart. The hotel's surveillance cameras captured the image of a tall, blond, clean-cut man, texting on his BlackBerry--sociopath anyone?
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