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  • 00:18

    Supernatural "Thin Lizzie" Review

    in Entertainment

    Join the Supernatural discussion on Variety Radio Online. Brancey and Kristina discuss the highlights of the latest Supernatural episode. If you want to be part of their show, feel free to tweet your thoughts to @VROBrancey and they will read them on air.

    Summary:  Sam and Dean investigate a series of murders at a local B&B that also happens to be Lizzie Borden's old home. When a man tells them he saw a little girl around the B&B around the time of the murders, the brothers realize Amara may be responsible.

    Variety Radio Online – bringing you all things entertainment including news, reviews and interviews. Check out our website, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. 

  • 00:49

    Special Tribute to Elizabeth Montgomery

    in Books

    Herbie J Pilato joins host Fran Lewis to remember and spotlight the life, roles, career and loves of Elizabeth Montgomery. Join me when we talk about her role as Samantha on Bewitched. Herbie's book: Twitch Upon a Star which showcases her life and her relationship with her father and family. We will focus on her role as Lizzie Borden, the many friendships she made, her interview with Herbie and her roles on The Twilight Zone and much more. This year marks the 20th Anniversary of her passing...and the 40th Anniversary of the debut of The Legend of Lizzie Borden, her ground-breaking horror movie - the latter of which ties in with Halloween. Join me in the chat room when I interview Herbie J. Pilato at 10 eastern.

    Join me in the chat room when we remember and spotlight this outstanding actress, mother and friend. Fran Lewis: Host, editor of MJ magazine, author of the Faces Behind the Stone Series and The author of The Vanishing Mind of Ruth Swerdloff.

  • 02:01

    Lizzie Borden: LIVE ITC & EVP Session

    in Paranormal

    Friday, April 24th    10pm ET / 9pm CT / 7pm PT

    Join Anthony and Luci as they try once again to communicate with one of the most infamous spirits in history - Lizzie Borden.

    Lizzie Borden is best known for her arrest and trial for the 1892 axe murders of her father and stepmother. She was acquitted in 1893.

    Born on July 19, 1860, in Fall River, Massachusetts, Lizzie Borden and her sister, Emma, lived with their father, Andrew Borden, and stepmother, Abby (Durfee Gray) Borden, into adulthood. On August 4, 1892, Andrew and Abby Borden were found murdered in their home. Lizzie was arrested and tried for the axe murders. She was acquitted in 1893 and continued to live in Fall River until her death, on June 1, 1927. The case was never solved.

    Tune in an participate in what will be an exciting EVP and Ghost Box session with the one person that can give us all the answers we are looking for.

  • 00:03


    in Family

    I'm going to discuss the story of Lizzie Borden and how my wife is related to her.

  • 00:31

    Expressing Motherhood Talks to Hilary Liftin, LA Author

    in Moms and Family

    Hilary Liftin speaks to Expressing Motherhood producer Lindsay Kavet about her first novel, "Movie Star by Lizzie Pepper."

    Hilary is a Los Angeles mom to two who has been ghostwriting for years but this is her first novel.


  • 00:53

    The Real Rosewood Story with Lizzie Robinson Jenkins

    in History

    The Real Rosewood Foundation, Inc.

    The Real Rosewood Foundation was created in 2002 to develop a timeline, expand the search, find lost survivors, and locate descendants – black and white, inviting cultural participation to preserve an important history.

    Though it has been ninety-two years since the massacre, the descendants are still in touch with their beginning. Each year in July they celebrate family reunions. They are not angry and do not dwell on the past destruction of their hometown. Choosing to attain higher learning, many have gone on to become educators, doctors, lawyers, engineers, superintendent of schools, and skilled workers. They never lost the work ethics and values instilled in them by their ancestors. A most recent development regarding Rosewood is the interest of white Rosewood descendants in helping protect the history.

    This foundation is dedicated to building the Rosewood Black History Preservation and Research Center in memory of the Rosewood survivors and descendants at Mahulda's Archer, Florida homestead. Additionally, the foundation sponsors a scholarship in honor of Mahulda Gussie Brown Carrier, the third Rosewood schoolteacher employed in Levy County. Carrier is the first and only black female principal employed in Levy County and is believed the second black female principal hired in the state of Florida . The foundation is working to produce a documentary recapping real truths by historian Lizzie Jenkins, founder and president of The Real Rosewood Foundation, who is writing her life story which includes how she unlocked the secrets of Rosewood through consistent research. Moreover, the foundation is producing two songs, "Rosewood Florida" and "Rosewood, No More".

  • 01:10

    TO HELL I MUST GO-Rod Sadler

    in Entertainment

    On a cool, spring day in 1897, Alfred Haney left his Williamston, Michigan home to earn a day's wage. He knew his wife's peculiar behavior had become more frequent, and he had planned on her seeing the town doctor, but she assured him she was feeling much better. They would go the following day instead. When he returned home later that day, he discovered a macabre murder so bizarre that it shook the entire community to its core. His mother's severed head was set on the dinner table, adorned with a knife and fork on either side. Lying nearby was the old woman's body, soaked in kerosene and set ablaze. Screaming, Alfred Haney ran from the house in search of the law, and while neighbors tried to extinguish the smoldering, beheaded corpse, Haney's wife, Martha, removed herself to the back yard and began digging wildly with her hands. Shortly after the discovery, a sheriff's deputy arrived, taking Martha into custody and lodging her in the local jail at the village hall. Ingham County Sheriff John Rehle, known as J. J. among his constituents, arrived by train and surveyed the carnage. He and his deputy discovered the murder weapon, an axe, hidden behind some boards under the rear stoop. Rehle organized a Coroner's Inquest that was held inside the house where the old woman's body lay. In an attempt to determine her state of mind at the time of the crime, local doctors interviewed the murderess. She told them she spoke frequently with her own dead mother, and her mother had told her to kill the old woman. Over the next several days, court hearings decided her ultimate fate. A panel of three doctors was commissioned to determine her sanity. In the end, there would be no prosecution. Deemed insane, she was sentenced to the Michigan Home for the Dangerous and Criminally Insane in Ionia. What made Martha Haney snap and behead her mother-in-law? TO HELL I MUST GO: The True Story of Michigan's Lizzie Borden-Rod Sadler

  • 01:40

    E193: Lizzie Sider, Brooks Paul, Kristi Warner

    in Entertainment

    E193: Lizzie Sider, Brooks Paul, Kristi Warner

  • 01:02

    Bloody Sunday Live Broadcast From Selma Alabama with Lizzie Robinson Jenkins

    in History

    We will be live this evening from Selma Alabama with Lizzie Jenkins the founder of The Real Rosewood Foundation. We will also have other guest from around the country that will discuss their feelings on this historical weekend of Civil Rights Celebration. And, event that changed America. And, we honor the brave soldiers who came before us and made a change. 

  • 01:19

    Empowering and Inspiring Women Globally- Lucifer’s Wedding Author Jim Musgrave

    in Women

    Changing lives of Women by giving them the necessary tools to become what they want in life. The best teachers come from life.


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    Jim Musgrave (1946-) was born in Fall River, Massachusetts (home to Lizzie Borden). He worked for Caltech in Pasadena (home of the "Big Bang Theory") and continues to use his fascination with technology in his "Detective Pat O'Malley Steampunk Mystery" series. Jim was also a professor of English for 24 years, and he runs an editing business with his wife, Ellen, in San Diego. He has won many awards, including being a finalist in the Bram Stoker Awards and the Heekin Foundation Awards.

  • 03:00

    Adios America, Why Our Immigration Is Broken And Who To Blame For It

    in Politics

    Ann Coulter-The author of Ten NY Times Bestsellers does not let the facts get in the way with her latest book, Adios America!  The Left's Plan To Turn Our Country Into A Third World Hellhole

    Samantha Mills-The Good News Girl reports on the latest viral videos from the internet that are getting our attention.

    David White-"Art, Religion, Science, Spirituality "is the follow-up to his critically acclaimed On Being Human. 

    Adam Resnick-talks about his book, "WILL NOT ATTEND: Lively Stories of Detachment and Isolation."  The Emmy Award–winning writer began his career at Late Night with David Letterman, has written for Saturday Night Live, and was a co-executive producer and writer for HBO’s The Larry Sanders Show. 

    Ambassador James Glassman-The system is shutting out alternate candidates, is it time to recognize the huge number of U.S. Independents and let Independent candidates debate? 

    Dr. Ron Sider-The revised edition of "Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger " considers that in 1978 , 34,000 children still die daily of starvation and preventable disease, and 1.3 billion people, worldwide, remain in abject poverty.  Today's solution?

    Ulla Reeves-NPCA Clean Air Campaign Manager takes a look at  “Polluted Parks” Analysis that Identifies Which Iconic National Parks Have Poor Air Quality