Month: November 2015

Titanic Poetry, Music & Stories

NOW IN KINDLE, PAPERBACK & AUDIBLE Many great accounts of the fateful night of April 14th and 15th of 1912 have been told about the sinking of the RMS Titanic. Over the past one hundred and one years, the stories

Titanic 1912: the original news stories of the sinking of the Titanic

The original facts and details of the Titanic disaster from the newspapers of the world bring forward the story in a vivid and striking way! Join the news stories in action as the first reports told of the RMS Titanic

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The Chesapeake: Tales & Scales

This sample of the Audible version of The Chesapeake Tales & Scales is a presentation of Chapter 8 entitled “Our Shore” by Fred McCoy. This is but one of many great tales in The Chesapeake Tales & Scales. Join us

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PIRATE TRIALS: Dastardly Deeds & Last Words – book trailer

  Jack Chekijian narrates Pirate Trials bringing an entertaining story of actual trials of bloodthirsty pirates who bludgeoned and murdered on the high seas before being brought to justice in courts in England, Scotland, Canada and the United States. Now

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Double Feature -Mercury Theater: There’s a full moon out tonight – Suspense – THE HITCHHIKER starring Orson Welles

SUSPENSE – starring ORSON WELLES in THE HITCHHIKER – “A story doesn’t have to appeal to the heart, it can appeal to the spine”  ORSON WELLES in THE SHADOW – Death House Rescue This meeting between H.G. Wells and Orson Welles was

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KLAN: Killing America book trailer

      While the KKK had as much right as any group to demonstrate and articulate their cause, the deceits and criminal actions employed by them separated their group from the legal actions of others. For readers in the

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Chesapeake 1850 book trailer

“Ken Rossignol’s new series is off to a great start with Chesapeake 1850, the tale of Ethan Douglas from his days as a 10 year old cabin boy on his grandfather’s Chesapeake Bay steamship before the Civil War, through his

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How Safe Is It To Cruise?

By Bruce  M.  Caplan   Shortly after two in the morning on April 15, 1912, the mighty Titanic—- the largest passenger ship in the world at the time, plunged to the bottom of the North Atlantic—-two and a half miles below

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Piracy in Modern America

Piracy in Modern America This is what I tell my audiences on ships: when leaving Baltimore, we pass by a nest of pirates just a few miles from our ship, up the Severn River and into Spa Creek. They hole

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A Holy Sunset over the Potomac

A Holy Sunset. This setting sun transformed into several shapes in just a minute including that of a cross as it passed over St. Clement’s Island. This island was the site of the landing of the colonists who settled Maryland

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