OHP Radio – The Worlds Bloodiest History and Joseph Cummins

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PostSubject: OHP Radio – The Worlds Bloodiest History and Joseph Cummins   12/19/2009, 12:24 am

What a great show. We have the honor of interviewing Author Joseph Cummins about his new book “The Worlds Bloodiest History” – Massacre, Genocide and the scares they left on Civilization. We focus on the story of “The Malmedy Massacre”. Not only that we touch on more: The Boston Massacre, Mountain Meadows Massacre, Sand Creek Massacre and the Colfax Massacre. We pile a lot of information in this fast paced, high impact and informative show. You will want to hear it several times, I promise.

This is the last Saturday show for 2009, but never fear we will return in January 2010 for more stories of our forgotten history. We want to wish you and your family from ours a merry Christmas, a Happy New Year and a record setting 2010.

We will Be Here on Monday Night so don’t miss the Relic Roundup with myself, Butch Holcombe with American Digger and Ian Conway of The Research and Recovery Show. Feel free to join in the topics and give us our input - 678-369-7943 or Skype wesley.c.canderson.

Until next year or Monday folks – have a good one.

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