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Replay from 3/22/08: Lindbergh Baby

In the first half of the show, Leonard Mlodinow, an author with a Ph.D. in theoretical physics, talked about the explosion of science in the last 50 years and how it's propelling us into a fascinating new future.

In the latter half, paranormal investigator, author, and publisher of Intrepid Magazine, Scott Roberts, talked about the veracity of biblical history and archaeology, and various metaphysical aspects.

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Replay from 3/22/08: Lindbergh Baby

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Date: Saturday - January 10, 2009
Host: Ian Punnett
Guests: Charles A. Lindbergh Jr.

In a rebroadcast from 3/22/08, Ian talked to Charles A. Lindbergh Jr., who claims to be the living 'Lindbergh Baby,' and told the story of why famed aviator Charles Lindbergh staged the kidnapping of his first born.

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