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  • 00:45

    Custer's Luck, Episode 3 - Some Words From The Man Himself!

    in History

    Custer's Luck host Jean Barto will share a "War Memoirs" article written by Custer and published in "The Galaxy" in early 1876, where he describes life at West Point and his early military career as a junior officer with the Army of the Potomac.

  • 02:00

    Sunday Night Dead: Antietam Paranormal Society

    in Paranormal

    Join us for Sunday Night Dead, this week our guests are the Antietam Paranormal Society we will be talking about haunted asylums, battlefields and will be joined by our own Civil War renactor Ken Suminski. 9est on Dead Air.

  • 00:53

    Wicked Domain Radio on LiveParanormal.com with Guest James R. Castle

    in Paranormal

    Join your host Alex Matsuo at 9pm ET on July 6th, 2014 as she talks to historian James R. Castle about his work utilizing historical research in the paranormal as well as his latest projects. At the end of the show, Alex will be giving away a free e-copy of her book, "The Haunted Actor" to a lucky caller who answers the trivia question correctly!


    James Castle was born and raised in the Brunswick/Knoxville area of Frederick County, Maryland.  Instead of television or radio, James entertained and educated himself by listening to the stories of his family members and the elder members of his community.  Weekends would find James looking for arrow points along the Potomac River or digging for bottles from old abandoned dump sites.  James currently resides in Brunswick, MD with his wife Monica.  In his limited free time, James pursues a political science degree from the University of Maryland, metal detects, researches, writes and excavates for ghosts.  Known as a primary source on Brunswick area history, James conducts much research on area families and area properties.  He assists the local government with historical research and often contributes to a local weekly newspaper column titled, "Living in the Past".

    James was introduced to the ghost excavation methodology in the summer of 2012.  Since then, he has participated in ghost excavations at the Brunswick Railroad Museum, Antietam Battlefield, Knickerbocker Hotel, Gettysburg and Centraiia, PA.  He has presented at the annual Ghost Excavation conference and at Virginia Paraquest.  

    James can be reached at Jamesrcastle@comcast.net and is currently developing www.jamesrcastle.com. He is on Facebook as Jamesrcastle and you can follow him on twitter @Jamesrcastle.

  • 00:35

    Searching for Civil War History in Maryland

    in Travel

    This week, we broadcast from the road as we journey in search of Civil War history in Western Maryland. From Sharpsburg to Frederick, history buffs have plenty to gain by taking a road trip through Maryland's Appalachian foothills.


    Later in our program, we bring you the best haikus about potholes sent in by our listeners from across the country. Also, our Travel Q&A segment discusses five ways to get into National Parks at a discount (or even free).


    Join us for classic commercials from the golden age of radio in The Travel Archive, as well as more new comedy On the Lighter Side. It's another hour of roadtripping, travel, and fun on Episode 51 of Road Trip Radio!

  • 02:00

    Conversations With the Ghost Excavator: John Sabol & Mary Becker

    in Paranormal

    Join ParaNation Radio as Alex Matsuo talks to Mary Becker and John Sabol, also known as "The Ghost Excavator", about their work in the ghost research field, and John's work as an author, archaeologist, actor, and cultural anthropologist.


    John Sabol has written 18 books on his fieldwork, methodology, and his personal experiences on location filming, and his work at haunted ruins around the world. He has been a frequent guest on numerous radio and internet talk shows, including, Beyond the Edge Radio, The Paranormal View, Para X Radio, The Grand Dark Conspiracy, and Rusty O’Nhiall’s “Mysterious and Unexplained” on PsiFM (Australia).He has also worked on international educational documentaries (in Spain).


    Mary Becker is the researcher,operator, and case manager for C.A.S.P.E.R. Research Center. She is also the organizer and contact person for ghost excavation investigations.  Mary is John Sabol’s, aka, “The Ghost Excavator”, personal assistant and assembles and edits all video and slideshow presentations for his lectures as well as appears and lectures with him. A particular documentary that Mary edited and produced as well as performed in is entitled, “Ghost Excavation at Burnside Bridge: Going Home After Seeing The Elephant”.  She is also the editor and publisher of Ghost Excavation Books,Inc.™©   Mary has also made guest appearances on radio and internet talk shows.


    IMDb Site:  www.imdb.com/name/nm1254777/


    Website: http://www.ghostexcavation.com


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  • 00:32

    John V Amodeo, "The Captain's Coin".

    in Books

    The Captain’s Coin is the story of an immigrant 13 year old youth escaping the web of starvation and death in his native County Cork during the Potato Famine. Michael Brady, young, naïve and afraid sets foot in a strange city, intent on surviving. His story will resonate well with anyone who has had to reexamine the direction of their lives while readjusting to the realities of life’s challenges.The Captain’s Coin is a fictional account of Michael Brady’s journey from Ireland to America in 1848 aboard a ‘coffin ship’ to New York City at the height of the Irish Potato Famine. Once aboard, Michael wins the respect of the captain who gives him a token ‘good luck coin’ and a letter of recommendation to a leading New York businessman. This opening allows him to rise up the corporate ladder, marry an abolitionist only to suffer the loss of this young wife at the onset of the Civil War. Volunteering his services to offset his grief, he saves the Union at the Battle of Antietam, his ‘lucky coin,’ deflecting a life-threatening wound and thus saving his life. He returns home a hero and is elected to the NYS Assembly, rising to Speaker and running for Governor in 1888.Michael Brady’s journey is a journey from destitution to the pinnacle of political power. His story will enrich those who have had to cope with sudden and catastrophic challenges. It is a story of strength and hope and the ultimate will to survive.Born in Troy, New York, John V. Amodeo now lives in the Hell's Kitchen area of Manhattan. For three decades, Amodeo worked for the NYC public school system as assistant principal and history department head; now retired from that post, he is an adjunct professor of American history and political science at Mercy College.

  • 01:33

    TGIF! A Trio of Poets & John V. Amodeo

    in Books

    Shannon Laws returns to The G-ZONE with a couple of her friends,Paul Hanson & Sean Dwyer, to discuss poetry and all that they have going.
    During the second half of the two- hour show John V. Amodeo, author of "The Captain's Coin" , will be discussing his novel as well as his non-fiction work.
    Here is a bit more on John V. Amodeo & "The Captain's Coin":
    The Captain’s Coin is a fictional account of Michael Brady’s journey from Ireland to America in 1848 aboard a ‘coffin ship’ to New York City at the height of the Irish Potato Famine. Once aboard, Michael wins the respect of the captain who gives him a token ‘good luck coin’ and a letter of recommendation to a leading New York businessman. This opening allows him to rise up the corporate ladder, marry an abolitionist only to suffer the loss of this young wife at the onset of the Civil War. Volunteering his services to offset his grief, he saves the Union at the Battle of Antietam, his ‘lucky coin,’ deflecting a life-threatening wound and thus saving his life. He returns home a hero and is elected to the NYS Assembly, rising to Speaker and running for Governor in 1888. Born in Troy, New York, John V. Amodeo now lives in the Hell's Kitchen area of Manhattan. For three decades, Amodeo worked for the NYC public school system as assistant principal and history department head; now retired from that post, he is an adjunct professor of American history and political science at Mercy College. Amodeo exercises his love for NYC as a part-time tour guide. His previous books include: 'Voices of Hell's Kitchen,' a fictional account of the myriad personalities of his unique neighborhood.
     

  • 03:01

    Antietam Paranormal Society from Maryland joins us live!

    in Paranormal

     
    The Abnormal Paranormal Show!!
    Hosted by George Lopez, founder of the Port Orange Paranormal Society. Discussions into the paranormal realm in all aspects including equipment, evidence, procedural steps in investigating, categories of haunting, types of entity encounters, client counseling and more! 1-646-929-2384 if you wish to call into the show or just listen in. radioshowdeadair@gmail.com if you wish to email questions, comments or concerns. 

  • 00:32

    Expert Interviewing Tips From Host Halli Casser-Jayne

    in Podcasting

    We will be interviewing seasoned journalist and BTR Featured host Halli Casser-Jayne to get some expert interviewing advice from a pro. Halli began her radio career on "The Dick Summer Show" on WYNY in New York City.  As a foreign correspondent, Halli reported from the danger zones of war-torn Central America; she wrote and produced the 1982 six-hour documentary on The Doors as well as collaborated with Doors drummer John Densmore's on his autobiography Riders on the Storm. She is the author and photographer of Still Life: Images of Antietam, Mambo, a Conversation with the Gods, and A Year in my Pajamas with President Obama, her celebrated book about the 2008 presidential campaign.
    Since its debut, Halli has interviewed a roster of well-known guests including literary titans Barbara Taylor Bradford, Kristin Hannah and Jackie Collins, veteran journalists Matthew Cooper of National Journal Daily and Allison Samuels from Newsweek/The Daily Beast, and politicians and activists Ohio Congresswoman Betty Sutton (D-OH) and former Planned Parenthood CEO and President Gloria Feldt.

  • 01:00

    Daily Living in a State of Hight Alert

    in Christianity

    Shalom and Welcome! Today we remember each and every American life lost ten years ago to evil. The bloodiest day in United States History was September 17, 1862 when 4,700 Union and Confederate soldiers died in the Civil War battle of Antietam. That was until September 11, 2001, when over 3,900 innocent civilians were killed in a well planned terrorist attack. By comparison, 2,388 Americans were killed at Pearl Harbor, and 1,465 Americans were killed the first day of the Normandy invasion. As a result of September 11, 2001, our nation has declared war on terror, and indeed, we are at war. But it is a war unlike those our nation has previously known. This enemy is elusive and cowardly. This will be a long, drawn-out affair. It will inevitably take its toll on our country. Not only are our armed forces in harm’s way, but civilians here at home are also potential targets of the enemy in this war we are involved in. Today we will be examining Paul's encouragment to believers, and how we can be prepared for difficult days. *If you have any questions or comments about today's message, please post them below or click here to contact us.