Howard Williams

Howard Williams

Biography:

For over 25 years Howard Williams was at some of the biggest natural disasters in the U.S. including Oakland/San Francisco Earthquake and Hurricane Katrina. He was one of the foremost catastrophe adjusters and his experiences covered: hurricanes, fires, earthquakes, tornadoes, snow/ice storms, etc. Before this career, Howard was a Colorado police officer and a suicide prevention counselor which paid off tremendously when he had to work with people in shock who had been in one of these catastrophes.

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  • Preparedness & Disasters

    Former CBS TV and Newsweek reporter, Hugh Simpson, discussed the need for preparedness in both economic and natural disasters. Getting prepared can be a fun project rather than doom and gloom, he stressed. First hour guest, writer Stephen Sindoni talked about the legend of...More »

Last Night

Tic Tac UFOs / UAP Hearings
Tic Tac UFOs / UAP Hearings
Documentary director Caroline Cory and technology researcher Dave Mason discussed the true nature of UFOs. Followed by researchers Joe Murgia, Danny Silva, and Ryan Robbins on the first open congressional hearings on UAP.
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