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Last Show Recap

Host Connie Willis (email) welcomed researcher and author John Ventre, the Pennsylvania State Director for the Mutual UFO Network. He was joined by fellow UFO expert Owen Eichler to discuss their controversial analysis of the Kecksburg UFO incident.

In the first hour, Cindi Hagley, a residential real estate broker and founder of Past Life Homes, spoke about her work helping people across the country sell homes that have been stigmatized by murder, suicide, death, and even hauntings.

Upcoming Shows

Sun 10-04  Pets & the Paranormal/ Alien Agenda in New Testament Mon 10-05  Medical Mistakes/ Paranormal Investigation Tue 10-06  Conspiracy Update/ Katherine Hayward Wed 10-07  Watchers, Prophecy, & Planet X Thu 10-08  Orbital Perspective/ Truth Behind Hauntings Fri 10-09  TBA/ Open Lines


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Pat Showalter

Special Guest


Pat Showalter is a teacher/farmer/artist now turned advocate for small farmers, hobby farmers, and small livestock owners across the country, in opposition to the National Animal Identification System. In studying the documents and talking to those who are promoting the program, she has come to realize what a draconian plan NAIS truly is. Her farm is located in western Washington state. Presently she tends an historic breeding herd of Kinder goats (including 12 new kids, 44 total), and a few ducks and chickens. As president of the Kinder Goat Breeders Association, she works to keep the membership apprised of current news in agriculture -- and all are facing the biggest challenge yet with the appearance of NAIS.


Past Shows:

Govt. Tracking: RFID & NAIS

Consumer privacy expert Katherine Albrecht, joined by activists Pat Showalter and Celeste Bishop in hour two, spoke out against the National Animal Identification System (NAIS), a USDA plan to track farm animals using RFID chips. Showalter and Bishop, who both own animals in a small scale, non-commercial capacity, said the new regulations are very burdensome for small farmers. ... More »

Host: George Noory