Dave vonKleist has spent his career in the broadcast industry as a professional TV/radio announcer and as a professional vocalist for commercials. He was staff announcer at various radio stations and hosted the Dave Riddell show, a three-hour afternoon drive time talk show at WATR AM-1320, Waterbury, Connecticut. Mr. vonKleist is an accomplished musician, vocalist, songwriter and performer of over thirty years. Other accomplishments are writing, directing and editing the comedy television show Spotlight Tonight . Voted Best Show and Best Directed show in the Laurel Cable Awards, 1984.
He and his wife Joyce Riley vonKleist presently co-host The Power Hour , a radio talk show, and devote most of their time to obtaining assistance for sick Gulf War veterans through the American Gulf War Veterans Association in Versailles, Missouri.
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Dave vonKleist, co-host of The Power Hour radio program, shared evidence from his video, 911: In Plane Site, which documents unexplained circumstances involving events at the Pentagon and WTC. One of the inexplicable elements of the Pentagon attack, was that only a 16 ft. hole was created at the crash site (a Boeing 757 is over 44 ft. tall and 125 ft. wide) and he suggested that it was possible a missile hit the structure rather than the commercial jet. The French book Pentagate was what first brought some of these anomalies to his attention, he said. vonKleist also presented baffling material related to Flight 175's crash into the South Tower, some of which he first became exposed to at the letsroll911.org site. A Fox TV employee who was interviewed live, described seeing a plane with a blue logo near the front and no windows, which does not match United's format. But a no windows style does match a type of tanker transport, vonKleist detailed. He also described video foota ... More »Host: George Noory