9/11 Researcher & Author, His 2 Kids and Dog Found Executed in Their House — All Shot in the Head

Phillip Marshall, a former airplane pilot and author whose works included the 2003 novel “Lakefront Airport,” – “False Flag 911: How Bush, Cheney and the Saudis Created the Post-911 World” and “The Big Bamboozle: 9/11 and the War on Terror,” a 2012 publication in which Marshall theorized it wasn’t al-Qaida but rather U.S. and Saudi government officials who orchestrated 9/11, was found dead along with his two children in their Murphrys-area home in California. Reports indicate all 3 died of gunshot wounds to the head — they have been executed. Friends of Marshall’s kids, Alex 17 and Macaila 14, discovered the gruesome scene after showing up to check on them on Saturday after not having heard from them for numerous days. The Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office reported that both children as well as the family dog were shot once in the head with a handgun. Marshall’s estranged wife and […] Read More

Grayson, Toomey lead in small-donor funding in competitive Senate races

The 2016 presidential candidates are well ensconced in the money race, but they are not the only ones infected with donation fever. Candidates in competitive Senate races are trying to raise as much money as they possibly can, while also seeking to boast that they receive more small-dollar donations, a sign that they are more in touch with voters and the grassroots. Thus far, it looks like Rep. Alan Grayson (D-Fla.) and Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) have the most boasting to do. Among major candidates in competitive Senate races, Grayson received the largest proportion of his funds from small-dollar donations (under $200) at 47 percent, or almost $213,000 out of nearly $454,000 raised. Toomey, on the other hand, has the largest dollar amount raised from small donations, at just under $1.6 million. But he also raised the most in total, nearly $13.8 million, so his small-donation share is just 11 percent. […] Read More

2009 & 2010: Bi-Pedal Canine Reports

Hey, I’m Mike from the Cheboygan, MI area. This is true what I am about to describe. On November 24, 2010, me and two of my friends went out at night around 12 am. We were not hunting but had weapons. We were looking for a spot to set up our blinds for the muzzleloading season when we crossed from a field with tons of deer beddings. We came into another field with none whatsoever. We continued through this field and came across some kind of game trail. We decided to venture down this trail into the woods. We got maybe 300 yards back in it and started hearing heavy breathing and snapping sounds in the thick brush to our right. We thought maybe coyotes but we got to a corner and were stopped in our track. In front of us, maybe 60 yards away, was something blacker than […] Read More

Police Gun Down Unarmed Teen With Epilepsy, Now They Are Banning His Memorial

The following submission comes to us from Joseph Jenning’s mother. We believe it is important for victims and their families to have a voice. Please respectfully listen to what she has to say… Joseph Jennings was 18 Years young and just starting to find himself when police shot and killed him last August. Joseph also had been struggling with major depression on Aug 23 2014, as well as and related to a seizure disorder that dated back to 2006. That’s when he was diagnosed with Wolff Parkinson White Syndrome. Joseph went what is called “code blue” during school and was immediately rushed to Children’s Mercy Hospital. Doctors performed open heart surgery on him to save him. The doctors finally got his seizures disorder under control for a while, but then in 2011 he once again went “code blue” after getting him self a drink of water from the fridge. His foster mother Brandy and […] Read More

Father Of Indian Corn

Chippewa Indian Lore: In the long, long ago, a poor Ojibwa Indian lived with his wife and children in a remote part of the present state of Wisconsin. Because he was such a poor hunter, he was not very expert in providing food and supplies for his family. His children were too young to give him much help. But he was a good man with a kind and contented disposition. He always was thankful to Chief of the Sky Spirits for everything he received to share with his family. His good disposition was inherited by his eldest son, who had just reached the age when he wanted to pursue his Guardian Spirit Quest. Each young Indian boy looked forward to the time of finding the secret Spirit that would be his guide through his life. Each boy sought to learn his spirit name and what special power would be […] Read More

2007: Monumental mystery: Old story prompts a new interest in local landmark

This 1880 picture hangs in the lower level of the River Falls Public Library and shows the monument’s detail well. Although eroded and surrounded by woods, the mysterious formation still sits in the town of Kinnickinnic. Photo courtesy of UW-River Falls Area Research Center/ University Archives By Debbie Griffin 06/08/07 – River Falls Journal Chad Lewis started compiling his book, “Hidden Headlines of Wisconsin: Strange, Unusual and Bizarre Newspaper Stories 1860-1910,” almost by accident. He dug through the Eau Claire newspaper’s archives, looking for a date and noticed lots of “weird” news stories. He said to himself, “I really gotta start looking for these.” So he did. Out of the 108 Wisconsin cities in Chad Lewis’ “bizarre” headlines book, “Hidden Headlines of Wisconsin: Strange, Unusual and Bizarre Newspaper Stories 1860-1910,” River Falls made it in because of a story from the March 25, 1902, Milwaukee Journal: Pyramid Near River […] Read More