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September 18, 2016

Vanishing Act
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A retired Nebraska Air National Guard major general, Mark Musick dedicated over a decade to uncover a story which he never expected, nor sought to tell. What REALLY happened to Howard Hughes? Yet, through a strange twist of fate, in which a key figure in the story entrusted him, was the answer to one of the single and biggest mysteries of the late 20th Century. Then, we celebrate the life of Errol Bruce-Knapp, the host of the Strange Days radio program, who passed away in August.
Episode Segments:
 
The Conspiracy Show: The Secret Life of Howard Hughes
Richard welcomes a Major General (ret) who has uncovered the secret life of the reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes. The mystery man revealed to his wife who killed JFK and mobster Bugsy Siegel, with this information he went into hiding to have a long-haired crazy man impersonate his identity to distract the world, while he lived a life of leisure as an unassuming gentleman. Hear astounding new evidence that Hughes disappeared with his fortune to escape his enemies
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The Conspiracy Show: Strange Days Tribute
Richard welcomes a round table of guests to celebrate the life of ERROL BRUCE-KNAPP who passed away on August 11, 2016. He was the host of a popular radio show STRANGE DAYS... INDEED making him a positive spokesperson for paranormal discussion as well as a tireless facilitator of UFO researchers. Those who knew him best commemorate his life and work: Victor Viggiani, Michael Woods, Gordon Phinn, and John Velez
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Mark Musik
A native of Blair, NE, he attended college in his hometown, Dana College. This is where Musick met and married his college sweetheart, Susan, prior to entering the military. He rose through the ranks of the U.S. Air Force and the Nebraska Air National Guard as a distinguished navigator during much of his 36-year military career. He served as the commander of the Lincoln-based 155th Air Refueling Wing from 1994 to 1998, the assistant adjutant general for Air, and finally as the mobilization assistant to the deputy commander of U.S. Strategic Command at Offutt Air Force Base, NE prior to retiring from the military in 2008 as a major general. In his civilian career Musick was employed with a non-profit organization in Lincoln, NE. This is where he began the interaction with Eva McLelland. He had talked to Eva several times on the phone prior to actually meeting her in Dothan, AL in Jan. 2002. Never did he ever realize these conversations would lead into a changing history story!

BOXES: The Secret Life of Howard Hughes