Night Fright Show
About This Show
Night Fright Show with host Brent Holland: your voice in the dark for paranormal & conspiracy broadcasting. Night Fright is the number #1 Canadian based radio show of its genre. It is syndicated across Canada and is available on a free syndication basis.
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Ted Sorensen Interview Part 1
Part 1 of 3 Inside Camelot: Ted Sorensen JFK’s aid in his own words. The Bay of Pigs, The Cuban Missile Crisis, CIA lied to Kennedy, The Potential for a Military Coup, The Assassination, more You will never get closer inside the Kennedy White House than this. I am honored to have had 3 interviews with Ted, which includes a filmed interview which took place September 18, 2010 in his Manhattan living room. Ted passed away only several weeks later on October 31, 2010, only two weeks after taking a fatal stroke just after receiving and hanging up from a phone call with The White House. It is essential in all research to get as close to the original source as humanly possible. There was no one closer or more knowledgeable about President John F Kennedy and his administration than Ted Sorensen. More importantly for all of us right now and future generations, Ted Sorensen was: The man who saved the world...really!
Rated 1 out of
I just finished listening to my third and final episode of "Night Fright." There is an impressive list of show guests, especially in relationship to the JFK assassination. Unfortunately the host, Mr. Holland, is unable to sit still and be quiet when his guests speak. I just listened to my third and final episode featuring Dr. David Mantik and Doug Horne. I swear that half of the time that a guest is speaking, Holland is making noises, one of which sounds as if he's baking cookies (sound of a metal tray being moved around), the other sound is reminiscent of taking hits (a consistent bubbling sound)-which would explain the need for cookies. The host really needs to show his guests some respect and sit still, being quiet while they speak. Other then that, perhaps he can install a mute feature so that the audience doesn't have to listen to the background noise. In any case, I'll stick with Black Op radio.
Date published: 2018-03-31