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Watch for updates, Subject to change. Open MIC Sunday, this Thanksgiving Weekend. We will be having an open mic call in and sound off, or make comments, discussing webblog postings, new research findings, DNA, or solicit queries or connections.
*The Black and White World of Core Melungeon Y-DNA study. I have decided to make a few comments and save this topic for a better oportunity to elaborate and take call in. I have invited Jack Goins, but last hour I have had no response.
Scott Sewell will join us to tell us all about his upcoming book, THe Belle's of The Creek Nation! A new publication from Backintyme.biz by Scott Sewell. An intriquing family saga of Muscogee Creek Doyle and Hill Families, some who attended the Asbury Missionary Institution near Ft Mitchell Creek Nation. The Poarch Creek Band, The Dominikers, Lumbee & Creek Indians. Very exciting new book with lots of genealogy, pictures, original artwork, and documentation! Some of the families migrated to Texas and then onto self migrate to the Creek Nation, Indian Territory. Sewell is the coauthor of Indians of North Florida by Backintyme.biz as well as a member of the Melungeon Heritage Association. Scott cowrote with Cousin Steven Pony "Hill" author of Backintyme's Stanger's in Their Own Land. Where they chase the history and migrations of the Cheraw Indians from Robeson Co., NC, and the Creek Indians from Union Co., SC. Sewell and Hill document how these people found their home in North Florida's Calhoun, Jackson and Holmes Counties and became known as the Dominikers. Including the Goins, Collins, as well as Lumbee connections to the Oxedines and Revels and the Redbone associated Sweat Families.
Tues. Dec 9th Noon CST Equestrian Legacy Radio's SADDLE UP AMERICA!
The Trailmesiter and Shawnee Creek Horse Camp LLC
GARY HOLT and TINA MAE WEBER visit with ROBERT "Trailmeister" EVERSOLE to discuss Trail Tips for Winter Riding.
We travel to Missouri to visit a boutique horse campground and talk with owner RUTH MARTIN of Shawnee Creek Horse Camp LLC. Nestled along the Ozark River National Scenic Waterway this is a peaceful getway that is perfect for nature lovers.
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Visit us at sasquatchchronicles.com! Tonight, I am joined by Lyle Blackburn. He is a cryptid researcher and author, from Texas. We will be discussing Boggy Creek, the Lake Worth monster in Texas, and the Lizardman sightings in South Carolina. Call in and chat with us! 646-716-8791
READING & NATIVE AMERICAN EDUCATION?
"THE MUSCOGEE CREEK NATION READS"
In the news these days as new White House & Interior Dept. initiatives begins , American Indian and Native Peoples Education is a special interest of mine. Thanks to MyON, we have two returning guests, Dr Wayne Johnson , Secretary of Education and Training for the Muscogee Creek Nation, First Lady Francis Tiger and Randi Narcomey-Watson,, MyON project manager for the work with the tribe.
Join GSCeltic, and Jeff from the Horny Toad Restaurant, as we talk about the upcoming Taste of Cave Creek event for our friends in the Valley of the Sun Devils. Ryan Sims supplies the music. He'll be at Taste of Cave Creek. I'll may even reminisce about taking my chances at ASU, love and life trying to escape the Michigan cold back in, well, another world.
Hosts Deb DeRousse and Co-Host Carlee Robbins, welcome Reverend Tim Shaw.
The religion of Spiritualism can be traced back in Tim's family to the late 1800's. He is an Ordained Minister, Author, Psychic Medium, Reiki, Spiritualist, and Energy Healer as well as Paranormal Investigator.
Rev. Tim is an accomplished Photographer who also enjoys Backwoods Primitive Trekking, Flintknapping, and Urban Exploration. He is also a skilled Traditional Leatherworker, and enjoys Historical Re-Enacting, and Writing.
Tim Shaw's writings have appeared in such magazines as "TAPS Para Magazine", "Haunted Times", The Fort Niagara Journal", "Light Bridges", "The Courier", "Civil War Gazette", "Wilderness Way", "The Camp Chase Gazette", "Military Images"," On The Trail", and "The War Post" ," as well as many others.
Tim has been featured on The SyFy Channel's "Ghost Hunters" (The Well of Horror),The Discovery Channel's "Ghost Lab" (The Betrayal/Fort Niagara), "CBS Radio"(The Wake Up Call, By The Soul, For The Soul, The Astral Bag Lady, and The Psychics Next Door), "Paranormal NY", Half Yard Productions/Spike "Ghost Ops" (Fort Mifflin/William Howe), Deftone Pictures Studio's "Ombis", "To Catch A Soul", and "A Grim Becoming", The Award Winning "Marsh Creek Tramp," as well as Core Productions Doctumentery "John Zaffis, The World Within".
Blood Web: Caitlin Diggs Series #1:
FBI Special Agent Caitlin Diggs faces a paranormal killer when a crystal takes over a teen and leads her on a chase across the country. Empowering the teen with supernatural abilities, the crystal exacts revenge on descendants of soldiers responsible for the Sand Creek Massacre but it also has a taste for neurotransmitter serotonin which it needs from humans to continue its consciousness.
Agent Diggs is the only FBI agent in the bureau to consider extreme possibilities and surmises the teen has a means to track his victims via DNA.
A heart pounding cat and mouse game ensues as Diggs attempts to fool the teen she is his next victim but as she plays with fire, a former military man begins to see the crystal as the perfect ingredient for a mind control weapon. Because the crystal possesses sentience it can counter Diggs' plan for its demise and possibly exert mind control over her as well.
Can Diggs stop this biological internet from taking more victims, becoming a tool for mass mind control and resist the lure of its blood web?
Born in 1969, Dr. John DeGarmo has worn many hats throughout his life. Singing and dancing while touring around the world in the international super group, Up With People, serving as a D.J. at four different radio stations on two different continents, working in the professional wrestling industry, teaching English and Drama at the high school level, and working as a media specialist at two different schools, Dr. DeGarmo has had a variety of experiences.
Joan is an award winning writer who has published 5 books and numerous stories, including her latest, The Clock Strikes Midnight. Joan has been an avid reader for as long as she can remember. She reads all kinds of books, including women’s fiction, mysteries, biography, and nonfiction related to her work. Her passion as a reader lies closer to literary writing with a commercial bent.
Chris Hennessy is a full-time independent filmmaker based in San Jose, CA since 1990.
He writes, produces, directs, edits, hosts, acts and has interviewed thousands on camera.
An admitted improv-aholic, Chris’s lightening-fast ad-lib comedy finds it's way into many of his films.
His recent clients include heavy hitters Google, Office Max, ebay, Deloitte, Four Seasons Hotel, Silver Creek Valley Country Club and many more. His short films have generated more than Four(4) Million Internet Views.
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Hear Rep. Bill Otto and "the Lineball Sisters" discuss all manner of smalltown life in Kansas in the second hour after these news stories.
Counterspin (30 min.)
Description: This week on CounterSpin: A Rolling Stone account of a shocking gang rape at the University of Virginia got wide attention in the media for shining a spotlight on campus sexual assaults. But now critics are saying the magazine's approach was flawed, and some wonder if the whole thing is a hoax. Investigative reporter Lindsay Beyerstein joins us to talk about the piece and what the critics are missing.
Free Speech Radio News (30 min.)
Protests grow nationwide after no charges in Eric Garner police choke hold death
UN climate talks open in Lima, activists hold parallel summit
Opponents of LNG export terminal at Cove Point say FERC rubber-stamps projects
A visit to the Kigali Genocide Memorial in Rwanda
Colorado apologizes 150 years after the Sand Creek Massacre
Florida judge issues ruling in favor of Food Not Bombs feedings
Co-hosted during the second hour with Rep. Bill Otto, formerly of the 9th district, in the Kansas legislature listen in to conversations with "Traditional Republicans" who have lived small town life in Kansas across the generations.
Kathy Moskowitz Strain is currently the Forest Archaeologist for the Stanislaus National Forest, headquartered in Sonora, California. She is responsible for all archaeological and paleontological resources on her Forest and directs education and public participation programs on archaeology and Native American cultures. Kathy is currently the chair of the Alliance of Independent Bigfoot Researchers, a non-profit Bigfoot research group.
Kathy became interested in Bigfoot as a child, and her interest lead her into the field of anthropology. Kathy received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology in 1990 and a Master of Arts in Behavioral Science (emphasis in Anthropology) in 1994. Her main field of study involved prehistoric human ecology.
In 1991, as an archaeologist for the Sequoia National Forest, she began interviewing elders from the Yokuts Tribe about their traditional Hairy Man stories. This work lead her to an in depth study of the Hairy Man pictographs, located on the Tule River Indian reservation. She has presented her research at the 2003 Willow Creek Symposium, the 2005 Texas Bigfoot Conference, and published an article in Meet the Sasquatch, by Chris Murphy. Recently, she appeared on the Giganto: The Real King Kong special on the History Channel.
Using her specialty in human ecology, Kathy is exploring the connection between Native American adaptation of the environment and how Bigfoot might also have used similar techniques to exploit plants and animals. Comparisons may be found in habitation methods and locations, hunting and gathering techniques, resource availability, calorie input/output, seasonal movements, etc. Knowing this information may foster collection of evidence not previously associated with Bigfoot behavior. It may also allow us to develop techniques to better obtain direct observations and therefore documentation and protection of this currently unrecognized primate.
Matthew Grant & David Kirkwood are LIVE in Stoney Creek to call FPW's Nowhere to Run for our listeners!
The FULL card for this event is:
Jim Nye v. Marc Hauss - FPW Redline Championship Semi Finals
The Unit (Justin Sane & Bill Black) v. Reckless Impact (Ryan Swift & Rip Impact)
Alessandro Del Bruno v. Vaughn Vertigo - FPW Redline Championship Semi Finals
Xavier Rome v. Aiden Rayne (c) - FPW Hammer City Championship
Rhys Greenaway v. Dan Magnum - Chain Match
FPW Redline Championship Finals
Monster Mafia (Ethan Page & Josh Alexander) v. Goat Brigade (Shane Sabre & Kirk Warmack) (c) - TLC Match for the FPW Tag Team Championships
Scotty O'Shea v. Ashley Sixx (c) - FPW World Championship
Carol Taylor of the Boulder History Museum joins Duane Duggan to discuss the Chief Niwot exhibit. To commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the tragic massacre at Sand Creek, Colorado, the Boulder History Museum is re-introducing the award-winning exhibition, Chief Niwot~Legend & Legacy, with new content and artifacts previously not on display.
Chief Niwot struggled to find peace during the most fateful years in Southern Arapaho history. His life and legacy are revealed in this exhibit along with the Arapahos’ place in Boulder’s history.
The Boulder History Museum is excited to present the powerful story Chief Niwot, one of the most notable Indians of the plains, a man about whom legends were made. Niwot’s story is one of honor and deceit, hope and despair. When hoards of white men began migrating to the central plains in the mid-nineteenth century, they moved into the land that was home to the Arapaho and Cheyenne Indians. In 1858, the Arapaho Chief Niwot (translated in English as Left Hand) astonished the early gold-seekers in Colorado by greeting them in their own language. He and his tribe hoped to make peace with the newcomers to allow the two cultures to share the same land and coexist peacefully. Niwot devoted his life to this struggle but his efforts ultimately failed. He was mortally wounded at the Sand Creek Massacre in 1864. This exhibit is the first to reveal the story of Chief Niwot and the complexity his struggle to find peace during the most fateful years in the history of the Southern Arapaho Indians.
and between friends. Our community will be strengthened by exploring a pivotal piece of regional history in its rightful context.
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