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"peggy baggage" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"peggy baggage" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Them to build up some crazy narrative of intrigue and murder. Or you can rely on common sense because people who fly often on small planes are more likely to die on small planes. There's no grand conspiracy here. No Illuminati plot cooked up in the basement of a little Caesars. Now that doesn't mean conspiracies never exist. They do Plots are hatched and people are killed all the time. And let me ask you. The claims were investigating the claims made by Jerry Paisley, a mobster a murderer, a bomber that he and Peggy Baggage played a role in the disappearance of Congressman Nick Baggage. Are they really so crazy? That they didn't warrant a legitimate investigation? I don't think so. Because when you boil it down when you remove the words mobster and congressmen and bomb what do you get? You get a claim made by a man that he played a role in the death of his second wife's first husband, and that she did, too. Typically, that's the type of claim investigators and reporters take very seriously. Typically But in this case they didn't the FBI never even interviewed Peggy not once, and the Alaska News media never reported the story. It's not hyperbolic than in my opinion to say that if I didn't ask hard questions, nobody would That's why I had to go back to Alaska. There's on Lee so much you can do from afar. I needed to be on the ground. So I was grateful to touch down on October 9th 2019 at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport,.

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"peggy baggage" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"peggy baggage" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Them to build up some crazy narrative of intrigue and murder. Or you can rely on common sense because people who fly often on small planes are more likely to die on small planes. There's no grand conspiracy here. No Illuminati plot cooked up in the basement of a little Caesars. Now that doesn't mean conspiracies never exist. They do Plots are hat and people are killed all the time. And let me ask you. The claims were investigating the claims made by Jerry Paisley, a mobster, a murderer, a bomber that he and Peggy Baggage played a role in the disappearance of Congressman Nick Beg It. Are they really so crazy? That they didn't warrant a legitimate investigation? I don't think so. Because when you boil it down when you remove the words mobster and congressmen and bomb what do you get? You get a claim made by a man that he played a role in the death of his second wife's first husband, and that she did, too. Typically, that's the type of claim investigators and reporters take very seriously. Typically But in this case they didn't the FBI never even interviewed Peggy not once, and the Alaska News media never reported the story. It's not hyperbolic. Then, in my opinion, to say that if I didn't ask hard questions, nobody would That's why I had to go back to Alaska. There's on ly so much you can do from afar. I needed to be on the ground. So I was grateful to touch down on October 9th 2019 at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, the airport name for a man who died in a plane crash. For my heart media. This is missing in Alaska, the story of two congressmen who vanished in 1972. And my quest to figure out what happened to them. I'm your host John Wall, Zack. I want to talk for a minute about bodies. Specifically, the importance of recovering physical remains in the wake of tragedies. No matter how someone dies when you lose a loved one If you lack a body, you're denied some sense of finality. This is something. Hale Boggs daughter Cokie Roberts discussed multiple times before she died. How she knew her dad was dead. But without a body, she still imagine him just walking in the door one day. On October 8 2019 only 24 hours before I landed in Anchorage, A man named Brian Steven Smith was arrested at the airport for murder. But it wasn't a body that led to his arrest. It was a memory card. On the card and SD card, which someone found on a downtown street were photos and videos of a man strangling a woman to death and laughing while he did it. Four days later, While in Anchorage, I awoke to another violent video. This one streamed to the world from my city, New Orleans, where a hotel under construction partially collapsed into the street. Spewing up a dust cloud reminiscent of 9 11 and killing three men. Amazingly, as of this recording eight months later, the bodies of two of those men are still stuck in the wreckage. Both of these events, the SD card murder and the hotel collapse are tragic. Both killed people. But in one case, a body was recovered. The remains of Kathleen Joe Henry, the SD card victim were found on the side of a highway. In the other two families are still waiting to bury.

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"peggy baggage" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"peggy baggage" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Intrigue and murder. Or you can rely on common sense because people who fly often on small planes are more likely to die on small planes. There's no grand conspiracy here. No Illuminati plot cooked up in the basement of a little Caesars. Now that doesn't mean conspiracies never exist. They do Plots are hat and people are killed all the time. And let me ask you. The claims were investigating the claims made by Jerry Paisley, a mobster a murderer, a bomber that he and Peggy Baggage played a role in the disappearance of Congressman Nick Baggage. Are they really so crazy? That they didn't warrant a legitimate investigation? I don't think so. Because when you boil it down when you remove the words mobster and congressmen and bomb what do you get? You get a claim made by a man that he played a role in the death of his second wife's first husband, and that she did, too. Typically, that's the type of claim investigators and reporters take very seriously. Typically But in this case they didn't the FBI never even interviewed Peggy not once, and the Alaska News media never reported the story. It's not hyperbolic. Then, in my opinion, to say that if I didn't ask hard questions, nobody would That's why I had to go back to Alaska. There's on ly so much you can do from afar. I needed to be on the ground. So I was grateful to touch down on October 9th 2019 at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, the airport name for a man who.

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"peggy baggage" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"peggy baggage" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Up some crazy narrative of intrigue and murder. Or you can rely on common sense because people who fly often on small planes are more likely to die on small planes. There's no grand conspiracy here. No Illuminati plot cooked up in the basement of a little Caesars. Now that doesn't mean conspiracies never exist. They dio plots are hatched and people are killed all the time. And let me ask you. The claims were investigating the claims made by Jerry Paisley, a mobster a murderer, a bomber that he and Peggy Baggage played a role in the disappearance of Congressman Nick Begich. Are they really so crazy? That they didn't warrant a legitimate investigation? I don't think so. Because when you boil it down when you remove the words mobster and congressmen and bomb what do you get? You get a claim made by a man that he played a role in the death of his second wife's first husband, and that she did, too. Typically, that's the type of claim investigators and reporters take very seriously. Typically But in this case they didn't the FBI never even interviewed Peggy not once, and the Alaska News media never reported the story. It's not hyperbolic. Then, in my opinion, to say that if I didn't ask hard questions, nobody would. That's why I had to go back to Alaska. There's on ly so much you can do from afar. I needed to be on the ground. So I was grateful to touch down on October 9th 2019 at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, the airport name for a man who died in a plane crash. For my heart media. This is missing in Alaska, the story of two congressmen who vanished in 1972 and my quest to figure out what happened to them. I'm your host John Wall, Zack. I want to talk for a minute about bodies. Specifically, the importance of recovering physical remains in the wake of tragedies. No matter how someone dies when you lose a loved one If you lack a body, you're denied some sense of finality. This is something. Hale Boggs daughter Cokie Roberts discussed multiple times before she died. How she knew her dad was dead. But without a body, she still imagine him just walking in the door one day. On October 8 2019 only 24 hours before I landed in Anchorage, A man named Brian Steven Smith was arrested at the airport for murder. But it wasn't a body that led to his arrest. It was a memory card. On the card and SD card, which someone found on a downtown street were photos and videos of a man strangling a woman to death and laughing while he did it. Four days later, While in Anchorage, I awoke to another violent video. This one streamed to the world from my city, New Orleans, where a hotel under construction partially collapsed into the street. Spewing up a dust cloud reminiscent of 9 11 and killing three men. Amazingly, as of this recording eight months later, the bodies of two of those men are still stuck in the wreckage. Both of these events, the SD card murder and the hotel collapse are tragic. Both killed people. But in one case, a body was recovered. The remains of Kathleen Joe Henry, the SD card victim were found on the side of a highway. In the other two families are still waiting to bury their loved ones..

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"peggy baggage" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"peggy baggage" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Up some crazy narrative of intrigue and murder. Or you can rely on common sense because people who fly often on small planes are more likely to die on small planes. There's no grand conspiracy here. No Illuminati plot cooked up in the basement of a little Caesars. Now that doesn't mean conspiracies never exist. They do plots are hatched and people are killed all the time. And let me ask you. The claims were investigating the claims made by Jerry Paisley, a mobster a murderer, a bomber that he and Peggy Baggage played a role in the disappearance of Congressman Nick Baggage. Are they really so crazy? That they didn't warrant a legitimate investigation? I don't think so. Because when you boil it down when you remove the words mobster and congressmen and bomb what do you get? You get a claim made by a man that he played a role in the death of his second wife's first husband, and that she did, too. Typically, that's the type of claim investigators and reporters take very seriously. Typically But in this case they didn't the FBI never even interviewed Peggy not once, and the Alaska News media never reported the story. It's not hyperbolic. Then, in my opinion, to say that if I didn't ask hard questions, nobody would That's why I had to go back to Alaska. There's on ly so much you can do from afar. I needed to be on the ground. So I was grateful to touch down on October 9th 2019 at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, the airport name for a man who died in.

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"peggy baggage" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"peggy baggage" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Of intrigue and murder. Or you can rely on common sense because people who fly often on small planes are more likely to die on small planes. There's no grand conspiracy here. No Illuminati plot cooked up in the basement of a little Caesars. Now that doesn't mean conspiracies never exist. They dio plots are hatched and people are killed all the time. And let me ask you. The claims were investigating the claims made by Jerry Paisley, a mobster a murderer, a bomber that he and Peggy Baggage played a role in the disappearance of Congressman Nick Are they really so crazy? That they didn't warrant a legitimate investigation? I don't think so. Because when you boil it down when you remove the words mobster and congressmen and bomb what do you get? You get a claim made by a man that he played a role in the death of his second wife's first husband, and that she did, too. Typically, that's the type of claim investigators and reporters take very seriously. Typically But in this case they didn't the FBI never even interviewed Petty not once, and the Alaska News media never reported the story. It's not hyperbolic. Then, in my opinion, to say that if I didn't ask hard questions, nobody would That's why I had to go back to Alaska. There's on ly so much you can do from afar. I needed to be on the ground. So I was grateful to touch down on October 9th 2019 at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, the airport name for a man who died in a plane crash. For my heart media. This is missing in Alaska. The story of two congressmen who vanished in 1972 and my quest to figure out what happened to them. I'm your host John Wall, Zack. I want to talk for a minute about bodies. Specifically, the importance of recovering physical remains in the wake of tragedies. No matter how someone dies when you lose a loved one If you lack a body, you're denied some sense of finality. This is something. Hale Boggs daughter Cokie Roberts discussed multiple times before she died. How she knew her dad was dead. But without a body, she still imagine him just walking in the door one day. On October 8 2019 only 24 hours before I landed in Anchorage, A man named Brian Steven Smith was arrested at the airport for murder. But it wasn't a body that led to his arrest. It was a memory card. On the card and SD card, which someone found on a downtown street, where photos and videos of a man strangling a woman to death and laughing while he did it. Four days later, While in Anchorage, I awoke to another violent video. This one streamed to the world from my city, New Orleans, where a hotel under construction partially collapsed into the street. Spewing up a dust cloud reminiscent of 9 11 and killing three men. Amazingly, as of this recording eight months later, the bodies of two of those men are still stuck in the wreckage. Both of these events, the SD card murder and the hotel collapse are tragic. Both killed people. But in one case, a body was recovered. The remains of Kathleen Joe Henry, the SD card victim were found on the side of a highway. And the other two families are still waiting to bury their loved ones. Now,.

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"peggy baggage" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:28 min | 3 years ago

"peggy baggage" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Now, I'm going to tell you how this developed briefly that'll be lucky to get Dr bega John in the first half hour here. But this really is necessary. Preliminary information, I spoke with John Heckscher. That's H E C K S C H E R, and I did. So because we're doing an article. After the very very controversial fascinating show. We did with Dr baggage on the heart project in Alaska, which is extensively in what's called. I honest Feerick heater and we'll try and keep this all ground level. And explain to you what it is sounds like science fiction, but it's not. It's science fact. And since we're going to do an article for the newsletter. I called. John in Boston. And I spent about thirty minutes on the phone with him. And I'm going to allow portions of that conversation to unwind in the course of the conversation with Dr begging, but I did want to tell you this right off the get go. So you know, I offered Mr. Hector the opportunity to come on the radio and be interviewed solely by me. In a non-contentious opportunity for him to present his side of the story. Now, arguably harpists had some fairly seriously bad press bad press number of newspaper, articles television stories sightings on and on. And it's been some fairly bad press at any rate, Mr. Heckscher checked with his bosses now. I don't know who they'd be because he is the program manager of harp. But the air force jozy is also involved in harp. And so I don't know whether that means the air force is his boss. He never named who his boss was. I thought he was the boss, but he came back at me and said, no, they don't want me to go on the air. They won't let me go on the air. So that's the answer. I got to that question. And that's so provoked me that I thought I better have doctor baggage back and the rest of the talk I had with him was so provocative that I thought I better have doctor baggage back now who is Dr Beckett. She is the eldest son of the late United States, congressman from Alaska, Nick, begging senior, and political activist. Peggy baggage known in Alaska for his own activities. He is a past president of the Alaska federation of teachers and the Anchorage council of education. He's been pursuing independent research in the sciences and politics for most of his adult life. He received his doctorate in traditional medicine from the open international university where the complementary medicines in November of nineteen Ninety-four wrote the first. Major story on the heart project published in October of ninety four in nexus in international magazine, based in Australia, where STAN is his research files on the project and related technologies include more than four hundred documents spanning eighty years of technological developments. That is Dr baggage Nick, we I guess could call him. And so what I'm going to do is bring him up right now. Docked baggage. How are you this evening? Oh, it's good to have you back. I guess the way to begin this. And I'm going to let the gun as I said the conversation I had with John Heckscher kind of unwind here as we go. But for the uninitiated we've done a lot of new radio stations. You are now in Anchorage. Yes. Okay. For the uninitiated. What is harp? Harp is an acronym for high frequency active auroral research project, which is a jointly managed project between the air force and navy. That's being sort of front ended a little bit by the geophysical institute university of Alaska Fairbanks, and it's designed it's a system up. Really? It's a proof of concept or prototypical weapon system that's being operated in Alaska. It's in its first phase of bomb operation, it's at its first power level, which has an effective radiated power of up to. One billion watts one gigawatt. That's what it's designed to handle. They've been running it at about a third of it from potential and they're getting ready to initiate some additional tests here in March doctor how long has it been running at a third. It's what I understand is. It's been running since December fifteenth of nineteen ninety four is when they fired it up the first time, and it's run intermittently with what they call campaigns, which are periods of time whether run specific tests the first year or so primarily they were dealing with the whole issue of getting the circuits all to work correctly getting the system to integrate correctly, and then they began more serious testing going into last last fall going into this year are doctor there are a lot of computer types out there, if you happen to know there is a web page on the internet is not where there are photographs available of the harp antenna. Arrays? Yes, I would like to give that out. Now, if you have it just so the computer people during the course of the show can go up and download and take a look at the Antonina arrays that comprise the heart project. I have one of the photographs. It's amazing. Okay. If they just do a quick web search using one of the basic search crawlers, they can use the acronym. Harp H A R key, and they'll get a number of databases, including the military database, which has the photos, although several of the others. Now, there's I think there's about twenty of them that pop up now that actually have photographs some number those of the array itself, so just do a quick crawl and that'll that'll get you sorta through that. All right good because they'll be a lot of people that will do that during the course of the program, and they can get a look see for themselves. It is. For those who don't have computers sort of like this gigantic field of antennas. How big? An array of antennas is a doctor. Okay, right now. It's a field. That's about five six acres of actual land taken up by this. Wow. Array, and it's designed module Elise. So they can expand it, and in fact on the books there's a contract that was led for the second phase of the project which expands it in power levels for four point seven times more power than the peak power levels. The current array is configured for the that particular aspect of the project has not been funded, but the contract was.

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