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"stoneham theater" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

14:40 min | 2 years ago

"stoneham theater" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Great television and I know watching you guys do what you do and and that the bills that suspense which you have to have an TV to keep people watching it is so cold out let's go back to the hunting of America because your book is a great history and Jole Jole Martin your co author I was reading his stuff back in the early eighties when he was writing about George Anderson this amazing I mean really amazing and almost scary psychic medium fellow and and Joel and you are smart enough to know that science is advancing quantum physics I just talk with a doctor because Swami mazing quantum activist me we're getting to the point where we're getting closer and closer to finding out and finally finding out what it is that makes all this stuff take where do you think we are in that scale how many years many decades away well believe it or not I think we're warfare then we're not they are that sounds paradoxical for example when studies were done of some of the army remote viewers and people having paranormal experiences by seeing the future and they were tracked by an MRI we found out that parts of the human brain why doctors activity in the right frontal lobe when individuals are experiencing paranormal activity in Canada they did a study on not just predicting the future because we know people can predict the future more than simply coincidental they did a study on how people can actually affect the future of make future things happen they did it by bringing cards at the top of the deck that they knew were in the bottom of the deck and believe it or not people whose ability to perceive current dividends to perceive the president they will challenged in their sensory input those people could actually affect the positions of cards in a deck a scientific study scientifically monitored and peer reviewed when the CIA was investing literally hundreds of millions of dollars in the remote viewing program in in the nineteen eighties what in this one case of the scientist a physicist Harold put off actually shielded with wet very sensitive instruments measuring magnetism and all kinds of electronic flow a psychic who walked in by the name of the ingo Swann who's one of the founders of the remote viewing program for the army that person was able to set off all these devices never touch them they will shielded with lead and a whole bunch of on the remote viewers actually were able to go on spying missions and in a few cases they actually traveled forward in time saw the future came back to talk about it and those events of ventrally took place so always there I think with the which point of what we're saying and hoping that America is even though our government invests hundreds of millions and billions of dollars as a minister of goats in the paranormal they're not telling us about it it's all hidden why because America is still a puritanical country not a paranormal countries I think you're very very right about that bill and it having done radio and this kind late night for so many years and talk with people many of them are perhaps a little more out there than others there is such a thirst I think will among most people and that's why we go to church or go to synagogue with there's a thirst for connection with something bigger and and more impressive and certainly more meaningful the question is and you can take a look at this historically it gets when does it get to be dangerous one is good to be out of hand obviously the witches in Salem didn't work out too well for them there are cases where people screw up a good thing sure I mean and you can look at it from two perspectives one the victims of the paranormal the women who were murdered in Salem because there was but you've been which is on the other hand in modern in the modern world look at all the calls that resulted in deaths we think of the cult in San Diego for the help Bob comments right Applewhite and his cult all we think that people who drank Kool aid Gary Indiana with Jim Jones but even now look at the sweat lodge deaths out in Arizona three people Hey for some kind of spiritual communication and literally there in S. well lots they can't get out there dying on the spot what's going on there there are calls surrounding the paranormal in which certain kinds of coal leaders see themselves as invincible and at some point they begin simply to extract money from their followers and the promises great things will happen people who really have too much money to spend followed up looking for some kind of enlightenment wind up you've picked a Mars financially or killed let me ask you one more thing specifically about the history one of my favorite people is Eric Weiss A. 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Harry Houdini and of all of the its promises made the alleged promised that he would return and give a message has anybody ever followed up enough to know that there is anything going on with Houdini in the after life I'd love to know that he he really did do it and he really is happy to be here we love that I I think I I know you would I would I would love for somebody to discover Hey how do you do need to let the message now what's so fascinating is again you could you post two wishes hi Harry Houdini return to leave a message Hey but the larger issue he is has anybody ever return to to leave a message and the answer to a is I don't know what the answer to be is yes Georgie nori a late night radio talk show host on coast to coast AM my colleague is in a sense yeah yeah we're the book is coming out next month it's called journey to the light in that book we have a bunch of anecdotes from people the point at which was people who've gone to the edge of reality we looked over into the paranormal and have come back to tell about it in one case there is this poor woman a bully and abuse to women living in a living in a trailer boyfriend Beatle up he was it wrong but she loved the machine the whole lawn and this boy's but would always demand always demand that she had three beers and not refrigerator when we came home from wherever he was and finally what and this person got sick they smoke like chimneys got sick he died and she was weeping in a trailer she had no source of income the person who Peter up still she loves him and then the power went out it went out in the trailer even the refrigerator died and she was so sad she'd know what to do now she's weeping and she opened you can save any food and they're on the top shelf without refrigerator not put there by her which three cold beers and she knew that this person had come back there and then the power came on and these kinds of stories appear over and over again the butcher into the light and that says to me if these people do not strange people there at all but people do it every day people communicated with the deported in some cases save their lives in some cases brought solus in other cases just communicated to let them know do is another side to reality these anecdotes or true then they are approved at least for me that there is something on the other side and deported to communicate with the living will once again every major religion and look at the impact of religion is based on just such a concept the idea that we we are here serving our ourselves hopefully well and we move on to to even more afterwards it's it's what it's all based on your people don't want to so the mix the two ideas that they too can it can be possible outside of the church I want to thank you very much the haunting of America is a must read and please extend my best wishes to Joel I've been reading him for a lot of years to UFO hunter what's its future and still very successful still going if successful on on on history channel showing some incredible episodes in one case probably if you ask me one of the best cases in ufology the case of Warley woods after to be highlighted we are two words and and now fully UFO researchers will nuts and bolts engineering types have been working in this area hidden area forty years since we're for over seventy years there've been UFOs orbs strange animals shown up all kinds of paranormal manifestations locking the whole community in our forty seventy years nobody knows where it is except these researchers will gonna highlight that case we will show you in the area fifty two what happened so we are government police federal police come off a military reservation stop us on the one hand and and they want to complicate our cameras and stop us from shooting and talking about this thing we resist them back on the show and we actually managed to get the public information officer for one of our most secret base the base that was making weapons of mass destruction in the nineteen forties poison gas to use against Japan biological weapons in the nineteen forties he comes out to talk to us to reveal what's going what area we Cordelia fifty two it's Dugway proving grounds it is a phenomenal series of episodes Thursday nights starting central time I'm sorry starting at eight o'clock eastern time on the history channel were alive and well folks should watch us and write the history and say Hey keep these guys on the air well not only that but people want to read the hunting of America and all the other projects from bill burns and Joel Martin and Tate thanks so much for spending a lot of time with me here to talk about this is fascinating even if you're not a quote true believer you cannot put this stuff down I happen to be a believe prince of much of it but I really appreciate it and you've you've got great energy and that makes all the better for an interview like this thank you thank you should know the pleasure ballet classes there and there's been when I'm tired of being and not he this is Jordan and welcoming and take a few minutes out of our room movie night tonight to talk to somebody you've seen on the silver screen you see there on television and in night clubs all over the world her name is Eartha kitt she's coming to the Stoneham theater this coming week able thirteen to the seventeenth you don't want to miss our earth a let me just tell you this is a real tree because I've been a fan of yours for an awfully long time thanks for joining us thank we know that or if the kid is famous for for for many things including that slinky sound you make that I cannot make can you make it for me at all I don't know man I'm gonna say that if you don't mind beyond cat and then let me give you another one because I mean the car at the moment okay there that's perfect that is that is true the kid of course of I grew up in the sixties loving you I mean not only loving you but lusting after you as Catwoman I hope you know that thank when you think it is not that you don't think differently no not at all in fact for those people who are listening in to the the kids per performance on stage is is a just a a lot of energy in a variety thing teller WBZ audience about the kind of show that they're expecting to see when when you come to town to Stoneham theater what what what kinds of things are you doing an old fashioned girl songs that people know me by and want to be evil they won't be doing Santa baby because it's out of season right but the thing is that people have gotten to know me why and I did some things that I will I have never recorded before which I hope will be completely Corning at some time in the near future you're the kid has always been in my estimation in the estimation of many age less and I mean that is a great compliment you you have a remarkable energy and I know that you do you just want to keep going as great performers are but do you have a secret to your your youth and vitality okay it felt I'm seventy eight years old my dad all day Monday over the Nile well within reason of course hi I walk a lot which I think is very very very encouraging that we do the exercise and we eat the right kind of food that is going to make us feel lazy staying away from processed food as much as well I'm not a medical about anything but I do watch what I eat and how I treat my body well in terms of your your vocal skills you've got a very unique voice did you pattern your style after anyone were you influenced by anyone I don't think I pattern myself.

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"stoneham theater" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"stoneham theater" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Voice did you pattern your style after anyone were you influenced by anyone I don't think I am I can act I need one up close and you'll travel to delight naturally there are people home user fee what aid can everyday personal somebody who was a stage personality and you're always taking on because you're getting more and more aware of what's going on in the world and walked around you but I never really thought about pattern myself after anybody I just want to be myself tugging here briefly because she's busy with the the lovely and talented Eartha kitt too is just a phenomenal performer should be at the stone in theater this coming week April thirteenth through the seventeenth of trailing it takes in a sec let's go back to bed after that did you have any idea any of you people back then how big a deal that was there would be what can you come home I am no I'm sorry but when you were doing the Batman shows it did you have any sense that this is going to take off like a day at a matter of fact I did it I didn't even think about it they call and ask me by the do the count can't can't learn access yes it should of course I don't even think about how I should in temperature or analyze our anything because I live with cats all my life for three cat so fifteen or twenty cat that I've had from time to time in my life so I'm in the I have always been a great cat lover on the gate great at what chair and I learned a lot from cat and also being a dancer and an athlete I learned I became very much aware of the body movement through watching cats well a difficult you name is Eartha kitt kind of fits too I always love that connection and by the way I don't care what anybody says you are still cat woman in my book eight by the way did your appearance in a movie called holes which is a lovely film a few years ago I I get a kick out of seeing you there playing ms Newton Adams a Roni right yeah that was a great great the part that you played and you continue to play them thank you so much I know you're busy and and I know that you have a lot of fans in the be coming to the stone in theater this week April thirteenth through the seventeenth you can call seven eight one two seven nine twenty two hundred or visit Stoneham theater that's within our E. Stoneham theater dot org for more earth a thank you and god bless you okay let me practice not valid you plants that what you're allergic I get like lag the entrance I'm driving back home to Connecticut I want live flowers because lance always die each okay folks you heard it here first she wants those cut does live flowers thank you very much you're in your studio thank you so it is.

"stoneham theater" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

11:29 min | 3 years ago

"stoneham theater" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"It's got some narrative to it. But anyway. So he gets all these groups, but he's got a ban this year. Got these female thing is a fantastic and all of the singers and the talent level is unbelievable job. So. So you know each year. I'm very excited, actually. So I'm gonna be doing that tonight. And listen to this one. Sunday afternoon. How bad is that? What makes it sacrifice just record? It. You know? Record my performance. Yeah. I hadn't thought of that. But record the patriots gave. Act. So I'm very excited about it. I want to give it a plug. Stoneham theater. I forgot the name of it. But it's from tonight to Sunday afternoon. It's really good in the middle of the winter. And I'll tell you anybody who can put together a play or a musical whatever it so difficult. It's challenging financially and everything else. And it just you know, we got we gotta support that kind of stuff. Steve actually, they actually called me and wanted me to play a major role in that that review I said, oh, no the patriots are playing that day. I said call Sweeney. He's probably got nothing to do. Yeah. I got nothing to do. You're kidding me. Stage in front of five hundred people and you'll be asking. Generate gambling you. You'll be saying what's the score. No, no what I'll be saying. This is what I'll be saying. Thank you for stepping on my punchline. But anyway, I'll be on. I'll be on the stage. And this isn't even a joke. I'll be saying I wonder if I should teased that other teams. Yeah. You know, it's such an event we forget what an event that is to have a team that you know, on the road to the Super Bowl. It's the main thing. Oh my God. I go to any other city go to Miami. Go to Cleveland. I mean, how about how about? I mean, how about some of these these teams that haven't been there for ages for decades, and you go to a Super Bowl party who you rooting for. Embitterment about the cheese dip. Patriots. Or when the patriots win on Sunday. It'll be the eighth consecutive year. They've appeared in the AFC championship. Wow. Wow. Says buffalo buffalo fan. Wow. I don't I don't wanna fake. Wow. You guys got me thinking now I'm going to root for the call because I don't want them going again fitting, and they'll go. Yeah. We'll know early. Whether it's Kansas City or the cult because I play in game one on Saturday at four thirty four thirty Saturdays. The Kansas City colts game. I don't make science Kelly. What is the character? You're playing in this play. Well, I could blow it for you. I might as well, I quit. It's all janitor. And I just got one scene and I put Brome and doing karaoke. And I'd say, hey, can I try that? And they all laugh. Give the guy a chance, then I turn into Mick Jagger. And sing miss. You da da. It's pretty cool. Yeah. And you should hear this band shell. Oh my gosh. So it's a line just singing with I thought it was a live band, and they got the sack guy going to play the harmonica. Itself. Miss you. You know that? Yeah. Yeah. And telling you, I'm up there in front of the band and three women singers. It's unbelievable. It's an unbelievable feeling. You will never have that feeling. I have had. I've had backup singers after. I wish that I could watch this game. I'm telling you. It's like I'm so excited. But that's okay. Sometimes you gotta do other things. I know I'm no yoi. Carol. Don't forget the plug where you're playing this weekend. And. Always a pleasure. Thank you for. All. This information not not to disparage Joey Carrol, Jo Malone. Johnny sap for myself. Christian could carry the whole shell by himself. He all you would need. Thank you. I don't think you'll. But I I just said something cut. I wanna wish you luck in your play. Steve break a leg state. I know. Yeah. Well, you know, what they call these on the weekends? Suitcase that if you win you going to Aruba if you lose your going to the airport anyway because you gotta get out of town. Okay. So Steve I have an exit question for you. All right. Did you see the Clemson Alabama game? Yeah. Oh my God. Cadet Clemson credential Clemson quarterback play on your team. Wow. Yeah. The kids aren't true freshman. They were like six or seven point underdog. Oh my God. In the last five years. I don't think we've seen Alabama team spank like that. Yeah. No. He has to play at least two more years in college. You can go to the deaths another two years. So Clemson, Johnny Sav. We're talking about the Clemson quarterback would like your thoughts on. Did. He throw for three touchdowns in that. He was awesome. Just and I'd seen him earlier in the season in the last four years, Alabama, Clemson have both won to national championships each and they're both fifty five and four. Johnny. Hey, Johnny Thetford second. Did you like the other guys to leave the room? So we can. Let them we're all on the patriots. And we all seem to like the colts. What do you got? I'm on the colts. I think they're the hottest team football right now with a great quarterback, Andrew luck. But I'm unfortunately, and maybe to benefit you guys because I'm always wrong. I think the chargers are gonna come here and Winston charge. Dan in the AFC, but they're going to have to win at New England. And then SF how well he's done in his predictions. So with the chargers. What what is your argument in favor of the job? I think there were better team than the patriots. The patriots have the edge a quarterback. Although Philip rivers has had a better year than Tom Brady. Patriots have coach with Bill Belichick over Anthony Lynn where where are they a better came along bolts offensive and defensive lines? They have more weapons on offense much deeper wide receiving group and running back group the secondaries as good if not better than the patriots. They could put a lot of pressure on the quarterback there there a better roster. I think most people in the NFL will tell you that the chargers have a better roster than the patriots doesn't mean they're going to win because they were dumped him the stupid team. And you can't kill the three quarters against the rate. I get. And a bunch of times in that game relations, go touchdowns. Yeah. You're not gonna win beating the patriots kicking five field goals on Sunday. So so let me throw something in here. And that is up until game fourteen for the patriots. They were doing what they've been doing the last several years, which is on balance they were more of a passing team than a running team. And I think the last couple of games they've come to the realization that they depend on on a more running. Now, they have to and play action is when you're gonna get gronkowski open. You're going to get the other receive is open, but instead of the empty backfield as you've shown the first fourteen games look for Sony. Michelle to carry a big part of the load is game. James white maybe because he's a good pass catcher. So even if pretty can't find a guy downfield can always dump it off to James whitening, James. Why can go run? And I think that was one of McCartney's most beautiful song. Michelle. Yes. Hi bell. Yes. The words thank you. And asked me about getting divorced. Don't ruin it. Joe radio. Yeah. I was asking about. Jeff Bezos, founded Amazon. Yeah, he's getting a voice is worth one hundred forty billion. And if you ask me, what would I take if I was the white? Yeah. And I would I would take number one my pillow my pillow. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. I'd take the blender. And that's it in the Washington Post. And you know, what I would do. I would get the cash and you're ready for this. Write this down. Yeah. Why acreage anywhere from Boston to providence town anywhere on the water anywhere dotted bought? Because. Operating on the water. Get more valuable just look around you that crazy city Boston. Right. But only by by the way before the divorce and how you're going to invest it when you showed up in court for the hearing. What would you be wearing? Well. Sports bra. Brandy chastain. I mean, would you would you be in a short skirt or something more survey go you'd be showing? Like, the wonderful movie about all this the Coen brothers. Did. I'm sure Johnny theft called intolerable cruelty. George Clooney, absolutely. It's a very funny about a divorce lawyer. Hysterical. She's scheduled to get out sixty seven billion dollars should actually agree. I'm not saying that alone. That's the case is in Seattle. I think everything split down the middle. It's not just the sixty seven billion. But she also gets free two day shipping. Joey cow, always good down here all week. Wait. I wait for my. Wait for opening its quality. You guys have a terrific show. So thank you should come in some week. Yeah. Well, actually, I shouldn't alone. Oh sap. Just got both of you guys. What my hands clean? I can't believe me. Jeez. All right, boys. Steve sweeney. He'll be appearing the dome theater tonight and Sunday matinee show.

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