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"First of all, I wish to give an account of the attack and tell of the famous incident of July, 1924, when the "Hairy Apes" attacked our cabin. We had been prospecting for six years in the Mt. St. Helens and Lewis River area in Southwest Washington. We had, from time to time, come across large tracks by creek beds and springs. In 1924 I and four other miners were working our gold claim, the Vander White. It was two miles east of Mt. St. Helens near a deep canyon now named "Ape Canyon" — which was so named after an account of the incident reached the newspapers"-Fred Beck
We also speak to a Police Officer who investigated a bigfoot attack on a person. He also discusses some strange calls he has been on that were Sasquatch related.
The final guest talks about two encounters he has had. One of his encounters is very disturbing when he came face to face with a Sasquatch.
This week we are discussing the Ape Canyon incident of 1924 with researcher Marc Myrsell of the Dark Waters Paranormal Group. Marc and his group have been researching the incident for over 5 years, culminating in the potential rediscovery of the cabin site in 2013. They have reportedly excavated evidence of the cabin 6in underground. The exciting find and continued work is currently being compiled into a book & DVD powerhouse entitled MOUNTAIN DEVIL! For years investigators have been searching for the cabin site. Even Peter Byrne traveled to Ape Canyon circa 1972 in an attempt to locate it, but was unsuccessful. There were tales of the cabin burning down in 1968 and some suggest the site may have been buried or destroyed due to the 1980 eruptions of Mount St Helens. With future expeditions planned in order to further excavate the site and analysis underway to date some of the evidence, Marc and the D.W.P.G. may be on the cusp of a major discovery.
On July 10, 1924 four miners, including Fred Beck, were prospecting for gold on their claim 2 miles east of Mount St Helens in Washington State. Allegedly the 4 prospectors were assailed in their cabin late that night, for upwards of 6 hours, by what they described as Hairy Apes and Mountain Devils. The incident may have been precipitated by one of the miners shooting at a creature earlier that evening. And reportedly the morning after the incident one of the men shot and killed a creature sending it hurtling 400ft off a cliff and into a gorge below. The men were so anxious to leave the area, they left behind about $200 in equipment and supplies. The men reported the creatures to be over 7ft tall and found prints 19in long the following morning. The story and interviews with the miners were published in many of the West Coast newspapers including The Portland News, The Seattle Post Intelligencer, The Oregonian, and the Longview Daily News.
We are at a critical point where so many species are on the brink of extinction. Primates are one of the endangered species that are hunted for food and captured for exploitation. Great apes – chimpanzees, bonobos, gorillas and orangutans – are in great demand in Middle Eastern and East Asian safari parks, zoos and private menageries. Most shocking is the fact that corrupt national CITES officials in several countries are deeply involved in the trafficking. Many die en route to the transit cities, packed in between other illicit products, they suffocate, starve to death, or their little throats dry up whilst calling for help which never arrives. It's a journey through Hell, to slavery, to a life behind bars. It is a life sentence for a crime which they have never committed.
In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host June Stoyer talks to wildlife photographer and environmental advocate, Karl Ammann, about this crisis and what we can do to protect all primates.
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In the order they call into the show:(Team Name)
Alessandra Castronovo, 21 - Millstone Township, NJ(Team Adam) Won her battle against Joe Kirk by singing Rhianna's Stay
Rebekah Samarin, 20 - Whittier, CA(Team Adam) Won her battle against Clara Hong by singing Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow by Carole King
Tanner Linford, 17 - Kaysville, UT(Team Blake) Won his battle against Justin Johnes singing You & I by One Direction
Grant Ganzer, 16 - Johnston, IA(Team Blake) Won his battle against John Martin by singing Stop and Stare by OneRepublic
Menlik Zergabachew, 19 - Silver Spring, MD(Stolen by Team Pharell[originally Team Gwen]) Lost his battle to Troy Ritchie but stolen by Pharell
Taylor Phelan, 25 - Dallas, TX(Team Pharell) Won his battle against Jordy Searcy by singing The Script's Break Even
Troy Ritchie, 21 - Trabuco Canyon, CA(Team Gwen) Won his battle against Menlik by singing Maneater by Hall & Oates
Jonathan Wyndham - Nashville,TN(Team Adam) Lost his battle round to Chris Jamison
Spottsville Monster Part 2! In 1975 in Spottsville, KY the Nunnelly family home was terrorized by mysterious 8ft tall creatures. Their nightmare was written about in newspapers, broadcast on TV shows but the mystery as to what was roaming the quiet western Kentucy town outside of Henderson remains. On Sunday we talk to Bart Nunnelly and he describes what happened on their property. Bart gives us a look into what happen to his family and how they felt about what happen. Join us for an unforgettable night as we dive into this story!
Daniel Hoyos is an indie film producer and new director of the popular Seattle Shorts Film Festival now in it’s 4th year. After graduating with a degree in film and communications in 2009, Daniel got his first job working for the nationally syndicated TV Show “Biz Kids” on PBS, as a production assistant. The following year, he got hired at the international film festival “National Film Festival for Talented Youth” as the submissions and programming intern. Since then, he worked at the “Children’s Film Festival of Seattle” where he helped program the week long 2011 festival, at the Northwest Film Forum.
In 2012, his short film “Play for Me” won best cinematography at the 2012 Sierra Canyon Film Festival in Hollywood. That same year, Daniel produced “No One Knows." The two lead child actors -- Sami Isler and Caleb Barwick -- went on to star in NBC's "Sean Saves the World," and Lifetime's "Army Wives." The film was accepted into 18 film festivals and will premiere on the Shorts HD Network, part of Direct TV, later this year. Daniel is also the film editor at the national magazine "I Am Entertainment."
In December 2013, Daniel became the festival director of the Seattle Shorts Film Festival after taking over from the founder of who retired in 2012.
The Seattle Shorts Film Festival begins November 15th at SIFF Film Center. This year, 28 filmmakers are expected to attend from across the country, along with special guest speaker sag-actress Venus Demilo Thomas from Nickelodeon's "Salute Your Shorts."
Some of the films Daniel will be discussing are "A Fish Tale," "Lunch," "The First Hope," "Water, Ice, Snow" and "The Father."
Join Elusive1 & Henry May as they welcome ALL that have attended the Yakima Bigfoot Round-Up 2014 to call in & share there experience, The call in number is 914-803-4401. Also this will be the last MN.B.R.T. Radio episode, We have came a LONG WAY in the past 5 years & we want to say thank you to ALL of our listeners for staying true to us and tuning in every week, ALWAYS remember YOU ALL made MN.B.R.T. Radio what it was. GOD bless & SQUATCH ON!!!!
Basketball Colorado arrives back on airwaves with its 2015 fall recruiting round up with a focus on this years seniors. We will spend an hour talking recruitng and the upcoming season with some of the best seniors in the state.
A number of seniors will join us to talk about their recruiting. Blend Avdili -Eagelcrest, Garrett Bye- Steamboat Springs, Brian Carey -Denver East, Tyler Garcia -Rock Canyon, Troy Green -Montbello , and Zach Pirog -ThunderRidge just to name a few. We also have updates on others that could not join the show.
This is no longer the Stone Age it is the “Common Sense Age”
The age of the Great Pyramid of Giza has been debated for many years. There are those who say it is 3,100 years old, and then there are those who claim a far, more ancient date of construction.
The strength of this argument is that we can enjoy this man-made mountain which can be seen in plain sight. The weakness of this argument is that this “elephant in the room” has no feature that is inexplicably obvious to the naked eye. A feature that can not be argued and settled in one brief statement.
The two piers in the Bahamas, the Bimini Road (BR) and the Andros Platform (AP) also have strengths and weaknesses. Their weakness are that the tide, currents, and elements in the water that weaken and eventually change objects in the oceans are real. The wind, sand and chemical erosion that are slowly destroying the exterior of the Great Pyramid are different and a lot less destructive than underwater factors. But when we get to the strength of these giant underwater structures, simple plain logic wins the day. The strength of which we speak is the obvious. The BR and AP are roughly built with the same megalithic stone sizes. The main difference is that one site is above ground and the others are under water. The first obvious question is, why would someone build such a gigantic structure, that is obviously one that is meant to be above and not below water?
The only way they work is above the waves where people may have access to them and use them for what they were built for. The deal breaker is that the time period that would put these giant structures above water would be before the last Ice Age ended. That would be 8-10,000 years ago. In that age there was no Rome, there was no Greece, Mesopotamia, or civilizations in China who could have reached the Americas, much less build these types of structures.
Biff and Dan follow up thier Alternative Press Expo adventure with Day 2 on-site interviews with Danimator as the "Man on The Street". We'll also cover a bit of geek-news! What's this about a NEW opening for Star Wars Rebels?! Say whhhhuuuuut? And who's our extra-special upcoming guest?
Join Elusive1 & Henry May as Henry is live at the Yakima Bigfoot Round-Up 2014 meet & greet, Ya never know who he's going to gra
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