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Jack L. Hayes-Baseball’s Best and Business’ Worst

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Jack L. Hayes lived every boy’s dream. He became a bat boy who got to meet such baseball legends as Mickey Mantle, Hank Bauer, Ted Williams and many more.

His book, BASEBALL’S FINEST MOMENTS, (amazon.com/kindle, etc.) tells of his amazing adventures with these greats that he believes were very different than today’s athletes, but it also tells of a 13-year-old who though a ‘latch-key’ kid, had the desire and determination to succeed in baseball, which carried over into his life-long effort to root out crime in business.

And this resulted in his award-winning book BUSINESS FRAUD: FROM TRUST TO BETRAYAL (Amazon/Kindle), an important expose of how all Americans are losing money and trust because cheating has become so widely accepted. What makes his book so vital is that he offers well-researched and documented ways that we can prevent these ‘acceptable’ crimes.

This Thursday evening, Halloween, at 11 p.m. eastern time, one short hour before the witching hour, we find our host, Mark H. Newhouse, reading a delightfully chilling story by horror writer Billy Wells, when suddenly he is interrupted by urgent news, a real horror story is taking place at Walker Point in Maine.

In an audio tribute to Stephen King, and similar to the famous Orson Welles’ radio program, The War of The Worlds, The Horror of Walker Point by Anthony Marino, was produced by www.audiocomicscompany..com and was originally broadcast by Maine Public Radio’s Rocky Coast Radio Theater.

Author's Beat is grateful to share with our ghoulish listeners, with the written permission of Producers William Dufris and Lance Roger Axt, this spookily fun return to radio days of the past with your little kiddies.

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