Horror Writers Ink, Author D.A. Roberts./ (author of the Apex Predator and Code Name: Wild Hunt series) and Cryptid Connection, Logan vs. Kenny creator, and Wyrd News Anchor, Logan Craft. Join the Wyrd Crew, families, and friends for this episode. It is going to be WYRD! — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wyrd-realities/message
So what does the Notorious Outlaw Jesse James have to do with hidden treasure, Freemasonry, the Knights Templar, Founding Fathers, and Jewish mysticism? We will find out on this episode of the Wyrd Ink Sessions!
Join Author Hadley Thorne as she meets with the brother/sister writing and research team of Teresa and Dan Dukes, the Great-Great Grandchildren of Jesse James.
Daniel Duke, the great-great grandson of Jesse James, grew up surrounded by stories of lost outlaw treasures. For more than two decades he has researched the mysteries involving his family, Freemasonry, and the Knights Templar. He lives in Texas.
Teresa F. Duke has spent more than 20 years investigating the truth about Jesse James, her great-great-grandfather, including handwriting analysis, genealogical history, and assisting her mother to compile materials for three books on Jesse James. She lives in Texas
Teresa also rediscovered a photo that shows Jesse attending his own funeral. So who was buried in 1882? We will be covering the numerous bank and train robberies across a wide expanse of the country. Of course, we will try to ascertain where the treasures were hidden. ..
You will want to listen as they methodically unravel the legend surrounding the death of Jesse James, with evidence vetted by qualified experts and civic authorities. They share the journal of their great-great-grandfather, kept from 1871 to 1876 and verified to be written in James’s handwriting. They reveal forensically confirmed photographs of James before and after his supposed killing, including one of James attending his own funeral. Examining James’s life both before and after his faked death, they provide an account of where he lived and who he associated with, including his interactions with secret societies. They compare the contradictory newspaper reports of James’s death with accounts by his family and associates, which support that the man buried as James was actually his cousin, and reveal how James tricked authorities into believing he had been killed.
Further supporting their claim, the authors debunk the DNA test results of the exhumation of James’s body in 1995. The Dukes detail the ways in which the test was fraudulent, an assertion supported by the deputy counselor for Clay County at the time of the testing. Backed by a wealth of evidence, the descendants of Jesse James conclusively prove what really happened to America’s Robin Hood.
Indie Filmmaker Hilton Ariel Ruiz meets with the Wyrd Realities host panel to talk about his road to success, his quest to make Zombie with a Shotgun 2, creating a solid fanbase, and his other projects. (Zombie with a Shotgun is available to watch on Amazon and FREE ON TUBI) Bio: Hilton Ariel Ruiz is a producer and director, known for Zombie with a Shotgun (2019), Moose, and 6.6.66 Beyond the Halls of Paradise.
Retired CIA Agent, Scott M. Baker is one of the newest members of Wyrd Realities. Scott has written a number of books from spies to vampires, to zombie-fighting nurses. Sit down and sit for a spell as we get to know Scott Baker.
In this episode, Wyrd Ink hosts Shay Tully and Hadley Thorne, author of the Tapestry of Worlds series, talk with the husband and wife research and writing team, Joey and Tonya Madia. Together they have co-authored two books on the paranormal (Roommates from Beyond: How to Live in a Haunted Home AND Watch Out for the Hallway: Our Two-Year Investigation of the Most Haunted Library in North Carolina), and co-host a weekly Livestream called Into the Outer Realms.
Tonya Madia is an author, reiki master, medium, certified hypnotist, yoga teacher, and spiritual life coach. She has been invited to investigate everything from private residences and cemeteries to retail stores and community centers not to mention she wrote “Living the Intuitive Life: Cultivating Extraordinary Awareness, a self-help guide to help awaken your natural intuitive powers and abilities with ease.”
Joey Madia is a screenwriter, playwright, novelist, actor, director, and Escape room, designer. His screenplay The Man At the Foot of the Bed is a paranormal thriller based on a true story and the series he is currently working on, The Stanton Chronicles, combines history, mystery, and the paranormal.
Join hosts Shay Tully and Hadley Thorne, as they welcome Author, Folklorist, and Scholar Joshua Cutchin to the show. Joshua has written extensively on Bigfoot, multi-dimensional beings, UFOs, fairy and witch lore in his books: – A Trojan Feast: The Food and Drink Offerings of Aliens, Faeries, and Sasquatch; – The Brimstone Deceit: An In-Depth Examination of Supernatural Scents, Otherworldly Odors, & Monstrous Miasmas; – Thieves in the Night: A Brief History of Supernatural Child Abductions; and – Where the Footprints End: High Strangeness and the Bigfoot Phenomenon, Volumes I & II, with Timothy Renner. – Contributor in Robbie Graham’s Reframing the Debate, – Contributor in David Weatherly’s Sasquatch collection Wood Knocks: Vol. 3. Joshua has been featured on the hit History Channel television show Ancient Aliens, and is a recurring roundtable guest on the Where Did the Road Go? podcast.
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Author Vic Ferrari is our featured Guest on this session of Wyrd Ink! Vic is a retired twenty-year veteran of the New York City police department. Using wit, humor, and his real-life experiences from his time as an NYPD Detective Vic has written of Grand Theft Auto: The NYPD’s Auto Crime Division, The NYPD’s Flying Circus, NYPD Through the Looking Glass, and Dickheads & Debauchery: and other ingenious ways to die.