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Join us as we welcome back Travis Sanders to the program he has been here a few times before and he returns to catch us up on his life and to share his expertise as a psychic medium with us as well.
Travis has been seeing spirits from a very early age and has been featured on Psychic Kids as well as Children of the Paranormal as well as sveral news programs such as Nacy Grace and The Insider just to name a few.
Travis will take a few callers towards the end of the program and you may call in to the program at 347 327 9316.
It's a spooky Halloween night and our host, Mark H. Newhouse, is reading a delightfully chilling story by horror writer Billy Wells, when suddenly he's interrupted by urgent news, a real horror story that's taking place at a Walker Point radio station in Maine. Intended as a tribute to Stephen King and similar to the Orson Welles’ 1939 Halloween radio program, The War of The Worlds, The Horror of Walker Point by Anthony Marino, was a production of www.AudioComicsCompany.com. It was originally broadcast on All Hallows Eve by Maine Public Radio’s Rocky Coast Radio Theater. Author's Beat is grateful for the written permission of Producers William Dufris and Lance Roger Axt, as well as their associates at the Audio Comics Company for allowing us to share this event with our ghoulish worldwide listeners. Enjoy this spookily fun return to radio days of the past with your little kiddies. We did. (Evil laugh)
Travis left behind his wife and two young children who can really use all of our help, which is why we are holding this telethon. To donate to the family please follow this link to the GoFundMe campaign.
August 12th, 2013 the US lost a devoted father, inspired technology developer, teacher, husband, friend, entrepreneur and highly decorated United States Marine to a battle with an illness he brought back with him from his tour in Gulf War I but that lay dormant until last year when it turned his own immune system against him and developed into the flesh eating disease 'Pemphigus.' Although it appeared that recent treatments might have had him on the road to recovery, he had been out of the VA hospital for just a few weeks when the strain the illness had had on his body led to a sudden and fatal heart attack that claimed his life at 42.
Travis' story is devastating to his friends and his family, but surprisingly perhaps more so even for the country that he fought and eventually died for. Travis was an innovator. He was an inventor, a self-styled computer 'ninja' who worked with some of the brightest minds in internet technologies and automated marketing to develop tools and concepts that are still years ahead of the market. The loss of inspired innovation to the country right now during our time of economic crisis is particularly poignant.
On today's show we are going to celebrate the life of a man whose sense of humour was second only to his sense of family and of country, and we'll do so by sharing the memories of his friends and family and anyone who has a fond rememberance. We also hope to have some doctors on who can talk about Pemphigus, the illness that took Travis and several other veterans from us, to see what can be done to advance and improve out treatment of this ghastly disease.
Janice L. Walker Author of the book
Womens & Lemons: Your Time Is Now Begin YOUR Adventure; Live YOUR Dream! For more than 10 years, Janice L. Walker has been asked to speak at seminars for various women's groups. She is passionate about issues that involve women and believes that women do not truly appreciate themselves as they should. She motivates and inspires women to be all that they can be, and to accept nothing less than the best for themselves at every juncture in life. She is married to Harold Cleveland and has practiced corporate law in Cincinnati, Ohio for the past 17 years.
Where will you be when God finds you: a church, a temple, maybe a mosque? How about a rock concert in Mexico? As unlikely as it may seem, this is where Dance of the Electric Hummingbird author Patricia Walker was when divinity presented itself. Even more unlikely, is the person guiding her through these experiences, former Van Halen front man Sammy Hagar. Patricia was then told by a psychic that she and Sammy Hagar and shared a past life, thus deepening the already interesting connection they had made.
Few people envision spiritual enlightenment against the backdrop of celebrities, sex and rock ‘n’ roll, but as Patricia Walker found out some of the greatest things find you when and where you least expect them. She walked into a bar in Mexico looking for a good time, a new experience and a few drinks with her husband. What she ended up finding was her true self and the spirituality that years of searching mainstream religion had not fulfilled.
Patricia Walker lives in northern Colorado with her husband, where she is working on her next book. She maintains her own website at www.bajarockpat.net, as well as composing requested guest posts for several online blogs. She has had several poems published in the following compilations: “Front Range Review” Spring 2002, “Front Range Review” Spring 2005, “My Griefs to Sing” 2007, and “Walking Grief” 2010. Patricia Walker is an active member of Northern Colorado Writers, Colorado Independent Publishers Association, and Word-By-Word writers group.
Her website is: http://www.bajarockpat.net/
Apparently the walking dead didn't reach your home. That's because you were warned. Tune into this encore presentation of "The Horror of Walker Point." It was a spooky Halloween night and our host, Mark H. Newhouse, was reading a delightfully chilling story by horror writer Billy Wells, when suddenly he was interrupted by urgent news, a real horror story that was taking place at a Walker Point radio station in Maine. Intended as a tribute to Stephen King and similar to the Orson Welles’ 1939 Halloween radio program, The War of The Worlds, The Horror of Walker Point by Anthony Marino, was a production of www.AudioComicsCompany.com. It was originally broadcast on All Hallows Eve by Maine Public Radio’s Rocky Coast Radio Theater. Author's Beat is grateful for the written permission of Producers William Dufris and Lance Roger Axt, as well as their associates at the Audio Comics Company for allowing us to share this event with our ghoulish worldwide listeners. Relax and enjoy this spookily fun return to the radio days of the past with your little kiddies. We did. (Evil laugh)
Many children and young adults live with psychic sensitivity and yet don't have the resources or insight to understand how to deal with, hone, and develop their innate abilities. Travis will also discuss his experiences filming Psychic Kids for A&E television. "Many parents, grandparents, and even teachers have approached me with questions about their children, grandchildren and students being "gifted"- This also brings us to the new age concepts of "Indigo and Crystal Kids"- Travis will break down the new age stereotypes and discuss these energies from his own experiences to show young adults how to manage those sensitivities as well as give valuable insights on how anyone can learn to hone their psychic intuition.
Travis James Sanders' unique story began at an early age, but took a major turn at the age of 16, when a psychic reading changed the course of his life forever. At 23, Travis is a young but accomplished Psychic Medium, who has appeared on national television regarding his work with Spirit. Travis has been featured on both A&E's Psychic Kids: Children of the Paranormal, as well as Entertainment Tonight's, The Insider, and could be seen on Nancy Grace as well as numerous news stations. He has appeared on a variety of radio programs, including ParaVision, Para-X, Krock, as well as CBS Radio. He is a certified Reiki Teacher, and has undergone intense empathic training for the past two years. Travis has also received para-professional training in the psychic arts and is certified by Doreen Virtue Phd, as well as has undergone training with Lily Dale medium and author, Sharon Klingler. What does all of this mean? Everything, and Nothing. Travis is just a soul, on a journey, with a passion....Just like you.
Dungeon Crawlers Radio welcomes comic book artist Travis Walton to the show!
Travis has been working as a freelance commercial artist for the past twenty years. In that time he have had the opportunity to work with a variety of companies on a wide range of projects. Including designing toys for Star Trek, Batman, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and many others. Some other projects have included: textile design, character design, web site visualization, logo design, book and game illustration, and, of course, comics.
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