Posts Tagged ‘ITC Hall of Fame’

The Memorial of William Addams Welch

By Ron Ruiz Ever heard of him?  If you haven’t, you are not alone.  Little is known about William Addams Welch.  If you google his name you will come up with basically the same entry over and over of him writing a book on EVP….and not much else. William’s day job was literally the stuff…

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The Lamoreaux Brothers Chapter – 4

By Ron Ruiz Haven’t read the previous articles on the Lamoreaux Brothers? Click here for the Foreword, here for Chapter 1, here for Chapter 2 or here for Chapter 3 January 1973 – George Steinbrenner & company buys the New York Yankees from CBS for $10 Million dollars; the Frazier-Foreman fight was the first boxing…

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The Lamoreaux Brothers Chapter – 3

by Ron Ruiz Haven’t read the previous articles on the Lamoreaux Brothers? Click here for the Foreword, here for Chapter 1 or here for Chapter 2 December 1972.  The Godfather was the hit movie of the year, the launch of Apollo 17 closed the chapter on Nasa’s manned missions to the moon, and the McMenu…

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Who?? – The Lamoreaux Brothers: Chapter 2

by Ron Ruiz Haven’t read the previous articles on the Lamoreaux Brothers? Click here for the Foreword, and here for Chapter 1 Chapter – 1 Trivia: Did ya notice…huh…huh…did you notice in the transcripts for Oct 23, 1972 Joseph Lamoreaux used 2 different recorders and 2 different recording methods and got the same responses on both…

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Who?? – The Lamoreaux Brothers: Chapter 1

by Ron Ruiz Haven’t read the foreword yet? Click here. It was the summer of 1972. The average cost of a new house is $27,000, gasoline is 50 cents a gallon and you could see Elvis in concert for $5. In picturesque White Salmon, Washington, 29 year old Michael Lamoreaux had finished reading Konstantin Raudive’s…

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