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Muhammad Ali,, The Champ, The GREATEST, is gone and we are left with our memories and this amazing man

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Al Satterwhite is back with us this evening.

Dateline: 6.7.16 Al is a master photographer and was with us last year to talk with us about his then-new photography art book titled, “Hunter S. Thompson, The Cozumel Diary.” Al’s master files of negatives are a virtual treasure trove of our times. He’s photographed SO MANY interesting people.

Since Al’s last visit, he’s found a bundle of gems that he’s making into another special, limited edition photography art book.
The subject is, the one and only, The Greatest, Muhammad Ali. So, for our younger listeners, you might be wondering, why was Muhammad Ali so important that a special limited edition book would be produced?

I was only 10 years old in 1964 when a young, brash, 1960 Olympic Gold Medal winner for boxing, named Cassius Clay, won the World Heavyweight Championship against ALL ODDS, defeating Sonny Liston (a frightfully tough boxer with the nickname, The Brown Bear)
It was stunning!

Cassius Clay had electrified professional heavyweight boxing like no one before or since. He was like the Elvis Presley of boxing – a man with genuine charisma. Continue reading

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Heather Callaghan, Health Trends of 2015

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Heather Callaghan's passion is for natural health and wellness.

Her website, NaturalBlaze.com is warehouse of health and wellness news and information, not found in the mainstream media. Every day her newsletter delivers a fascinating assortment of information that you can use to feel better and have more vitality of life.

Thanks for watching! – Scott

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Giants In America, NOT LONG AGO, Jason Jarrell

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Centuries ago, Native American indians had a serious problem – GIANTS!

Dateline: 9.11.15: Jason Jarrell and his wife are from Charleston, West Virginia and have been researching the ancient earth mounds in their area, looking evidence of a race of giants that lived along the east coast and south central part of the United States. Oral stories from the Native Americans tell us that the race of Giants that lived here was so onerous that the Indians decided that they had to go. Others say that, yes, the Native American killed off the Giants, but it was because of Native American agression.


Legitimate reports of the remains of giants go back to the early 1800's, and were reported in archaeological digs as recently as the 1960's. Typically, any "good stuff" is sent to The Smithsonian Institute, never the be seen again or even acknowledged.

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Jay Weidner’s Inside Scoop On His New Film, “The Last Avatar”

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Jay Weidner is back with us to tell us all about his latest film, “The Last Avatar.” This is an important film, filled with metaphysical concepts and insights.

It’s been 14 months since Jay was last on Far Out Radio and he has been busier than a one-armed paper hanger! If you are not familiar with Jay’s work – where have you been? You’ve got a lot of catching up to do! But seriously, Jay has been a regular guest on The Jeff Rense Program for around the last 8 years and I never miss one of Jay and Jeff’s monthly conversations because I learn SO MUCH.

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Robert Morningstar, Halcyon Days of the 1960s, Muhammad Ali, Frank Sinatra, Dorothy Kilgallen & Donald Trump 8-7-15

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A warm remembrance of a time when things seemed right.

It is Robert Morningstar week here on Far Out Radio. Robert was with us last Monday, along with his colleague Dr. David Mantik and we spent the hour talking about the ghoulish, faked JFK skull x-rays. The JFK assassination was indeed, The Crime of the 20th Century.

It was a sparkling conversation and if you missed it, you can catch that conversation and all of Robert’s previous visits. Just look on the upper right side for the bright “Far Out Radio – On YouTube” graphic.  After you click through, look for the Playlist tab – CLICK – then look for Robert Morningstar – listen and enjoy!

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