The story of the notorious outlaw Jesse James' assassination at the hands of Robert Ford is clouded with mystery. James' great-great-grandchildren, Daniel Duke and Teresa Duke, have conducted over 20 years of exhaustive research into the life of their infamous ancestor. They joined guest host Richard Syrett (Twitter) to reveal how the accepted version of the history of Jesse James is wrong, and to confirm their family's oral tradition that James faked his own death in 1882 and lived out his remaining days in Texas.
James fought with the South during the Civil War after a group of Union-backed guerillas attacked him and his family, Daniel explained. According to Teresa, James and other Confederate guerrillas attempted to surrender after the war ended but James was shot in the chest so they ran. "They weren't given the chance to surrender... it led to their career in bank robbing and train robbing," she added. The robberies had gotten so bad in the Missouri area that it negatively impacted the economy of state and the governor put a reward out for the James Gang, Daniel noted.
James' mother lost her arm in a raid on her home by Pinkerton operatives who wanted to collect the bounty on James, Teresa continued. This bit of info, along with other details passed down from their family, confirmed they were related to James as their great-great-great grandmother was also missing her arm. History records James died at the hands of Robert Ford in April 1882. However, the Dukes believe James' cousin "wood" Hite was the one Ford assassinated. James faked his death, took the alias James Lafayette Courtney, and moved to Texas, Teresa revealed.
Dr. Kimberly McGeorge is a naturopathic doctor, energy healer, remote viewer, and consciousness teacher, who utilizes state-of-the-art technology combined with energy healing fields for alternative health treatments. During the latter half of the program, McGeorge talked about frequency, energy healing, and the idea that we are living in a simulation. "We are all radio towers... all the frequencies we carry in our energy fields, as well as in our physical bodies, broadcast all the time," McGeorge explained, noting words, emotions, and diseases have frequencies. She suggested we are individual aspects of consciousness having our own experiences.
According to McGeorge, the lives we are living on Earth is part of a game, and she likened our so-called reality to the television show Westworld. The Earth game is manipulated by outside controllers (ET races, corporations, the military), who can literally reach into the game and steer our lives for their objectives. As evidence of this game simulation, McGeorge advised listeners to put an "X" somewhere outside from where they can take a daily photograph for several days in a row. "You'll be missing things in those pictures, things will appear... and disappear forever in those pictures," she said. Our actual location is not Earth but a ship with a holodeck, like the Enterprise from Star Trek, that is projecting our virtual reality, McGeorge revealed.