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Paranormal investigator Steve Huff joined Connie Willis (email) for a discussion on spirits and the afterlife. He also shared sound samples from beyond. (Related Links: YouTube / Facebook)

The previously scheduled appearance by Bishop James Long will be rescheduled for a future date.

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January Jones

Special Guest

Biography:

January Jones is the 1999 IRWIN AWARD winning author of the controversial book, Oh, No....Jackie-O! January is a pseudonym for Jan chosen because it is an easy name to remember. January is a woman who lives in the hearts and souls of anyone who has ever thought about speaking the unspeakable. Ms. Jones feels that the Kennedy Assassination was a defining moment in time for her generation just as Pearl Harbor was for her parent's generation. This crime cannot be put to bed until we know the truth. January would like you to remember that Truth can be Stranger than fiction. There is nothing new under heaven and earth. Her theory is the missing piece to the puzzle of the past century.

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Past Shows:

JFK Assassination Special II

This special show looking into the JFK assassination featured three separate researchers each with their own hour. Jim Fetzer led off, calling the assassination "a meticulously planned" and "carefully executed" operation, in which the Secret Service was complicit. There were multiple gunmen, and Kennedy was hit four times, he said. He pinned the crime on a number of... More »

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