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This week on Fieldstone Common, Marian Pierre-Louis interviews Melinde Lutz Byrne, CG, FASG author of Lost Babes: Fornication Abstracts from Court Records, Essex County, Massachusetts, 1692-1745.
We will talk to Melinde about 17th and 18th century court records which are a rich source of information for historical and genealogical research.
Melinde Lutz Byrne, CG, FASG, is co-editor of the NGS Quarterly and Director of the Genealogical Research Certificate Program at Boston University. She is a cultural anthropologist and archivist by training and worked for Harvard's Tozzer Anthropological Library. Melinde has published extensively in peer-reviewed journals. In 1993 a book she edited won several awards, including the Donald Lines Jacobus Award of Excellence. She has been an officer in state, regional, and national genealogical societies and has been Vice President of MGC. She currently serves as President of the American Society of Genealogists.
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LIVE: THURSDAY, 2 May 2013 at 1:00pm EDT
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.
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Janine Lutz, dubbed MoAB, Mother of America’s Battalion by members of the Warfighter Community is a business owner, marine mom, cancer survivor, Bereaved mother & veteran advocate. While Janine is the CEO of Super Stone, Inc. that is simply how she lives. Why she lives is for the LCpl Janos V Lutz Live To Tell Foundation, Inc. a 501(c)3 non-profit organization which was founded in honor of her son Janos “Johnny” Lutz. Johnny was lost in 2013 from Post-Traumatic Stress, & prescribed medications, which he struggled with as a result of his service to this country. She acts on the principle that “We the People Must Fight for Those Who Fought for US!
What happened to the Lutz family for those 28 days they lived in now what is the Ill-famed Amityville house? Was it true, or was it something made up for fame and fortune? JC and Len will discuss the Amityville Horror House, the chatroom will be open, and now you can call in....That's right! You read that correctly, you can call in and talk to JC and Len!
Tune in to Shadows on the Wall Paranormal Radio on Sunday July 20th, at 9/8c ONLY on The Random Frequency Network!
This week INSIDEtrack will sit down with Shannon Leinert, an 800 meter runner for the Oregon Track Club's Elite team. Shannon isn't just a runner, but also an entrepreneur, blooger, and maybe a writer? We will explore all this in more as Shannon discusses ZAMboost, Finding Your Stride: Engene to Rio, and much more right here on INSIDEtrack
The host of INSIDEtrack Ian Lutz will be interviewing Melissa Burton the Managing Director of Goody Good Stuff. Goody Good Stuff is an all-natural gummy candy that is made with a plant derived bio-gum technology, which eliminates the need for animal-based gelatine, which most traditional gummy sweets use. We cover the company, Melissa's dreams, and even manage to get in a PR question Round within the show.
As always we end with running news and an exciting anouncment of who we will have on the show next week!
Mike hosts a special Fourth of July episode of Fanatic Radio to talk World Cup update. UFC fighter Justin Scoggins sits down with Nick Papadis to talk about his first bout in Vegas and his rise to stardom in the octagon this Sunday on Fox Sports 1. FR's track correspondant Ian Lutz of INSIDEtrack sits down with Rich Peters after his return from the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Oregon to talk about working with Nike Oregon Project, running for BU as well as his country, and how he prepares for his upcoming Commonweath Games in England. We will end the show with giving you the top five best films/events to look forward to.
We will welcome back Lisa Lutz from Etiquette of Ventura County and talk about ways to keep the drama to a minimum on social media sites, we will discuss expressing yourself freely while avoiding backlash, common things we are all guilty of, oversharing, being tagged, the competition that occurs and everything else!
Let's get real and down to business, up in your business, lets face it we all work hard raising our kids!
Stacey O'Byrne is a Speaker, Trainer Best Selling Author Certified Master Couch and a MasterNLP Certified Trainer, creater of the Master Networker and the Master Influencer Systems. She attended San Diego State Universoty where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Management. She started her professional career serving in the U.S. Army, and was recruited to attend West Point by the Post command, but chose not to make the military her career. After her term in military, she became a National Sales and Sales Operations Manager within 5 years of transitioning. Having the resonsibility of 300-500 employees and traveling in excess of 20000 miles per year she soon realized that she was living her work. Sept 11, changed Stacey's perspecitve on life in many ways, as it did us all. It didn't take her long after that to figure out that she was born to be an Entrepreneur.
Stacey has always beleived in giving back to the Community and serves as a President of a Non Profit Board a job she has held since 2006.
In 2008 she started Pivot Point Advantage and began her journey as a speaker trainer instructor and coach and Author. Stacey practices practical skills and strategies to optimize and increase business and personal performance in multiple areas helping to achieve success.
The host of INSIDEtrack Ian Lutz will be interviewing Garrett O'Toole after his return from the Brooks PR Invitational out in Washington State this past weekend. The interview will cover a range of topics including Garrett's 4:01 mile time that left him leading the nation for high school boys.
Layout of the show:
Background on Garrett
College running/looking ahead
Speed round of questions
Closing words of advice
The host of INSIDEtrack Ian Lutz will be interviewing Rich Peters after his return from the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Oregon. The interview will cover a range of topics including Rich's training, working with Nike Oregon Project, running for BU as well as his country, and how he prepares for his upcoming Commonweath Games in England.
Covered in the show:
USA Vs. UK
Working with NOP
Rapid fire questioning
Plans for future running
I am very excited to bring you our FIRST episode!
Salutations (with a side order of cornbread and crumpets) go out to our loyal listenership! Our passion for the show and respect for our listeners continues to grow to brobdingnagian (wow hwat a $20 word) proportions! Set your clocks for 6pm this Saturday and make sure to listen to your Comic Shoppe hosts discuss the following topics: What do British Blerds and writer, Gail Simone have in common? The belief that diversity must be promoted in comics.; top flight casting alert! Rosario Dawson goes to Netflix's Daredevil and Nathan Fillion may get the Nova nod in GOG this summer; and now legendary artist, John Byrne weighs in on the cinematic racebending debate; Dburt attends Long Island's second annual Eternal Con and lastly, our thoughts on Marvel's upcoming (October '14) print reboot of Deathlok.
And now for the second half, check out Afronerd Radio airing promptly at 7pm eastern. Your hosts Dburt and Capt. Kirk will unravel the following issues: missed from Wednesday's show, Dburt discusses cryptocurrency and why minorities need to be aware and.or promoting technology and finance as meme; and speaking of meme's why are women unapologetically Facebook "liking" a "handsome" felon (we really are doomed!); The Root highlights Black Identity and racism in Brazil as the World Cup broadcasts internationally; is the recent online dating study conducted by UC Berkeley really accurate about Black men prefering White woman as mates? And lastly, we weigh in on the Washington Redskins' trademark cancellation debate (and now can we cancel the n-word...huh?). Call in live at 646-915-9620!
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