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Lost And Found in Space: Bill Mumy on new book and cosmic career

At some point, almost every little boy dreams of being a hero. But very few ever get to play that part opposite their childhood idol. Bill Mumy – the multi-talented star of Lost in Space – is one of the […]

Bill Mumy talks about his new book Lost (And Found) in Space

Lost And Found in Space: Bill Mumy on new book and cosmic career

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At some point, almost every little boy dreams of being a hero. But very few ever get to play that part opposite their childhood idol. Bill Mumy – the multi-talented star of Lost in Space – is one of the […]

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Bewitched Continuum: The ultimate guide for fans

How is it that a twitching television sitcom – which debuted more than fifty years ago – still spellbinds long-time fans while conjuring up a new generation of viewers?

Ouija Board phenomenon

The Zozo Phenomenon probes the mystery behind a malevolent Ouija spirit named Zozo. (Rebecca Smith) For decades, unsuspecting users of spirit (Ouija) boards have been pestered and attacked by a

Kathy Garver played Cissy on Family Affair

Kathy Garver ‘Cissy’ writes about X Child Stars

Kathy Garver has spent more that 60 years entertaining audiences around the world as a television, film, stage, voice-over, and commercial actress. Garver is also an author and activist, but

Vote Trump: The Old Guard is Dead

By: Alice Connally Fisk  The elitist Establishment cartel. Con-artists straight out of hell. Hot-shot hacks long entrenched and aloof. A vast crooked machine. A smug scheming group. Dirty backroom agendas, unfair and unwise. Wheeling and

Ethiopia and its sugarcane salvation

Ethiopia is one of the most beautiful countries in the world, with a rich and varied nature and wildlife. However, the population growth and the need for arable land, wood

Police Work: Breaking an honest cop

Chapter 6 In December 1992 I was the chief witness for the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Virginia at the trial of Donald Moore and three

Police Work: Breaking an honest cop

Chapter 5 Less than two weeks after I testified at the second hearing things got progressively worse for me. Whatever thoughts I was entertaining in the back of my mind

Police Work: Breaking an honest cop

Chapter 4 The Loudoun County Commonwealth Attorney’s Office had come under scrutiny in the past for withholding exculpatory evidence in other cases. The chief investigator in the Carter case, that wasn’t

Police Work: Breaking an honest cop

Chapter 3 It all started in the spring of 1987. I had taken a few months off during my divorce. At that time I was living with a friend. Ed was

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