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September 15, 2013

The Real Watergate Story
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You may think you know the whole story of the Watergate break in, but a new book details what the Plumbers were really after. Then, how our dreams can connect us with departed souls.
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The Conspiracy Show: The Real Watergate Story

Journalist and author Phil Stanford offers up a new perspective on Watergate. In his new book, he reveals the intimate details contained in a D.C. call-girls littler black book and how the prostitution ring she was running brought down a U.S. President. Ex-stripper, Heidi Rikan was working for the mob in Washington D.C. White House Call Girl tells how a call girl operation she was running at the time led to the Watergate break-on, which brought down President Richard Nixon.
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The Conspiracy Show: Dream Visits from the Dead

Rosemary Ellen Guiley discusses how our dreams can connect us with departed souls. She contends that we can have contact with the dead, and the most common and powerful way is in dreams. Her new book, Dream Messages from The Afterlife is a ground-breaking validation of dreams that reach into the afterlife for reunions, messages, and previews of what lies beyond earthly life.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Phil Stanford
Phil Stanford is a true crime writer with a special interest in political corruption. His work has appeared in the New York Times Magazine, the Washington Post Magazine, the Washingtonian, Rolling Stone, and Columbia Journalism Review. He has worked as a magazine editor and a licensed private investigator, and was a columnist for the Oregonian and the Portland Tribune. His latest book is entitled White House Call Girl, The Real Watergate Story. Stanford's other books include Portland Confidential, which won the Independent Publisher's Best True Crime award for 2005. The Peyton-Allen Files (2010) solves a 1960 lover's lane. As a journalist, Stanford is best known for his continuing work on the 1989 murder/coverup of Oregon Corrections director Michael Francke. His 1994 Oregonian series on the Happy Face Killer case resulted in two innocent people being released from prison.

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