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Last Show Recap

In the first half, astrologer Mark Lerner discussed how astrological patterns in birth charts, and astrological sky cycles can affect people's lives and the financial markets. He also addressed the charts of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

Researcher and author Robert Howells has spent the last twenty years investigating the history of conspiracy theories, and secret societies and in the latter half, he talked about how old secret societies were driven by the same impulse as Anonymous and WikiLeaks are today.

Upcoming Shows

Fri 10-21  Monsters Among Us/ Open Lines Sat 10-22  American Conspiracies/ Biblical Prophecy Sun 10-23  Bayou Killings/ Unmasking of a Cult Mon 10-24  Hollywood Ghosthunters/ Secret Space Programs Tue 10-25  Secret UFO Bases/ Hauntings & the Paranormal Wed 10-26  War on Witches/ Open Lines Thu 10-27  Earthfiles WikiLeaks Special Fri 10-28  Demonic Hauntings


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Daniel Sekulich

Special Guest


Daniel Sekulich is a reporter and documentary filmmaker whose last documentary film, Aftermath: The Remnants of War, has garnered nine awards at festivals worldwide. He has written about piracy for The Toronto Globe & Mail and is one of the leading authorities writing on this growing scourge. His new book, Terror on the Seas: True Tales of Modern Day Pirates, shows how violent these new pirates are and how their activities on one side of the globe can have far-reaching effects everywhere, whether it deals with the global economy or the global War on Terror.



Past Shows:

Modern Pirates

Ian Punnett welcomed journalist Daniel Sekulich, who discussed his new work on modern day pirates. According to Sekulich, incidents of piracy and seafaring crimes are two to three times higher than what is being reported and cost the maritime industry several tens of billions of dollars annually. ... More »

Host: Ian Punnett