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Join Us For The Missing You Foundation Reunion, With Founder Shannon Dingee Kramer and President Susan Bess and Investigator Jamie Jones.
We Will Discuss The Mary Lands Case as Well as Old Cases We Have Worked And Things To Come,Please Call Into The Studio With Question and Comments For The Trio.
We Are Looking Forward To This and Maybe More In the Future,,
JennyNJerry Boone, Founders of the M N M Missing N Murdered (M-N-M)and MNM 2 group and hosts of the MissingNMurdered BlogTalkRadio show. They are advocates for victims and their families.
TONIGHT'S SHOW is about
Missing: Brandon Lawson
Missing From: Bronte, TX
Date Missing: August 9, 2013
Race: White Sex: Male
Age at Disappearance: 26 years
Height: 5’9” Weight: 230 lbs.
Tattoos: Multiple tattoos
Clothing: a yellow shirt with camo shorts and white 2013 “Air Max” brand shoes.
Police Agency: TX Dept of Public Safety, MPC at 512-424-5074 – Case # M1308005 or local police
Circumstance: Brandon Lawson, an oil field worker and father of four, was last seen when he left his San Angelo home on August 8, 2013 at approximately 11:53 PM after a spat with his common law wife, Ladessa Lofton. Wanting some cooling off time, Brandon phoned his father and set off to his home. While enroute, he called his brother, Kyle, for help after running out of gas on Highway 277 near Bronte, Texas.
ABOUT JENNYnJERRY BOONE: Jenny and Jerry got started working with the loved ones of the missing and murdered as a ripple effect of this world. Jenny found herself thrust into it after her sister, Jean, who was pregnant at the time, and brother-in-law, David, were violently murdered on Saturday, March 31, 1979. They were on their way home to spend Easter with their family. They were going to share their wonderful news, they were going to have a baby. Jenny was one of the few people who knew, she just found out that day on the phone.
CONTACT THE BOONES VIA EMAIL: email@example.com MnM Alerts are brought to you each week by JennyNJerry
Join 'Missing Pages of HIstory' as we discuss the topic: 'Two Societies & Different Rules of the Game: Trying to Understand.' You can join us on Saturday, May 23, 2015 at 12 Noon by listening in at (818) 337-0016 or go online at www.blogtalkradio.com/misssing-pages-on-history-inc We will discuss various 'hot topics & news you can use' by examining the recent Waco Case of the Bikers & the recent video on the dealth of James Brown of El Paso Texas. He died while in jail in the year 2012.
Join us Tuesday as we explore cases of missing persons and unsloved murders. To kick off the conversation, we've chosen five cases - three from Minnesota and two from South Jersey / Philadelphia, familiar to our co-hosts.
Heidi Firkus: Fatally shot in her home in St Paul, MN on April 25, 2010. Her husband was home at the time but he is not talking. The killing remains unsolved.
Anne Barber Dunlap: Found dead in the trunk of her car in 1996. Although the husband remains a suspect, the murder is unsolved.
Jacob Wetterling: Kidnapped in 1989 at age 11 while riding his bike in St Joseph, MN. He remains missing.
Danielle Imbo and Richard Petrone Jr: Went missing on February 19, 2005, after leaving a Philadlelphia bar headed home to South Jersey. The have never been found.
Erica Crippen Crosby: Last seen with her husband at a South Jersey restaurant on New Years Eve, 2014. Husband was arrested after police found forensic evidence in the trunk of his car to charge him. Her body remains missing.
We'll be talking about these cases and others as time allows. Families are searching for answers.
CALL US at 1-347-850-8445 and join the conversation!
You are invited to come and join 'Missing Pages of History' today at 12 Noon EST, Sat., May 9, 2015. We will discuss the current state of the City of Baltimore, Maryland under the theme: 'An Analysis of the City of Baltimore & Black Lives Matters' and other 'Hot Topics' today. Join us by dialing in at 818-337-0016 or go online at www.blogtalkradio.com/missing-pages-of-history-inc
On March 19-22, 2015 the National Missing Persons Conference was held in Wilmington, NC sponsored annually by CUE Center for Missing Persons. Each year the conference is attended by families of the missing as a place to network, learn and gather together with others who are suffering the same losses. It's a place where they feel safe to share, cry, and laugh together as they continue their journey to find their missing loved one.
The theme for the 11th annual conference is "Persevere: into the unknown" and included several illustrious speakers, instructors and classes on a variety of related topics.
Today's show is dedicated to remembrances of the conference and what attendees take away each year as inspiration to continue, either as a family member, advocate, or law enforcement.
Join 'Missing Pages Of History' as we contine to discuss:'Domestic Terrorism...Now Freddie Gray: How Many More To Come?' The North Daily Gazette of Dallas Texas reported by in 2014 that, there were an average killing of 2 Africans males per week by a cop in the U.S. We have seem of reports that it has increase up to 2 killings per 8 hours per day. What is this all about? Who benefits from these killings? When will it stop? Why Freddie Gray a youth form Baltimore, MD had to be the most recent victim?
The Transcendent Mind The Missing Peace in Emotional Wellbeing with Sunita Pattani
Does contemporary psychotherapy really work in healing the various types of emotional damage that many experience throughout their lives? Or is it only putting a small band-age on a much bigger problem? Author Sunita Pattani writes in her new book, The Transcendent Mind: The Missing Peace in Emotional Wellbeing, that without under-standing the connection between mind, body and spirit, we can never be wholly healed. The integration of the spiritual with the science of traditional psychology can lead to a deeper and transcendent understanding of our existence and purpose, allowing us to live fuller and more meaningful lives.
The Transcendent Mind takes the reader through the four elements of the Transcendent Healing Process, which includes the role of nutritional healing, and how healing our body can accelerate the process of healing our minds. She also discusses in length the phenomena of both near-death experiences and out-of-body experiences and why they contribute to the understanding of the nature of our own reality.
For those in the Washington DC area you have a great opportunity to see Sunita in person.
On the Thursday, the 30th of April she will be conducting The Missing Peace in Emotional Wellbeing Workshop at Alchemists Books and Gifts in Richmond VA and on
Saturday the 2nd of May she will be speaking about The Transcendent Mind - Emotional Healing: The Complete picture at The Sacred Circle Bookstore in Alexandria VA.
For more information about Sunita and her appearances visit: http://www.sunitapattani.com/
Does contemporary psychology really work in healing the various types of emotional damage than many encounter in their lives, or is it merely putting a small bandage on a much larger problem? This week's guest, Sunita Pattani, answers that and more in her new book, The Transcendent Mind.
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