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Glad to hear you are still busy and happy and healthy. As a child, I never missed an episode of Wagon Train. AND, of course, I had a child's crush on you. I recall having pictures of you taped to my wall. I always wondered what happened to you. This is the first time I have been at this sight, only because for some reason I was thinking about you and I wondered where you were.

I have one DVD and I think that is all that is currently available. Thanks so much for giving children a wonderful western to learn from and enjoy. Very classy, well dressed, well-spoken man. You have influenced so much of my life and the lives of so many other kids of the 50's and 60's, I simply wanted to say thank you.

I have been a big fan for a long time. Wish they would add Wagon Train. I was pleased to learn that he is doing so well. Horton, Just wanted to send along a message that a new generation is discovering you. I have been working my way through "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" episodes on the Internet and you have particularly stuck out to me. You are an incredibly authentic everyman, especially in my favorite episode, "Crack of Doom," and I wanted to thank you for your work.

Best wishes and health to you and your wife! Ryan Vogt Age 24 Washington, D. He was more rounded and had a more vivid personality than my other hero of the age, Rowdy Yates Clint Eastwood , from Rawhide. At a time when the world was less cynical, and kids grew up with proper rules and inspiration, he was an 'adult' who held that 'splendid torch'!

It's criminal they are not available in the UK Once again, I wish Mr Horton the best. Kind regards, Chris Boyd Waters. I'm sure its why my dad. Thanks for this site. Tell him thanks for me..

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Horton, I saw that you will be here in Arizona for the Festival of the West again this year.

I missed going last year and really wanted to go to say hi to you. I still have the cherished picture that you autographed for me the picture that I said I was going to marry you, but we would not tell your wife. I am the one that has Multiple Sclerosis and was walking with my purple walker.

I am so excited the the festival if coming up soon here in AZ and that your name is on the celebrity list. See you next month. Your second wife , Laurie J Aaland. I watched Wagon Train growing up and still enjoy watching it. Horton did a fine job with the character of "Flint". Wish him, best of health and happiness. We never missed Wagon Train at my house when I was growing up.

My best to you and your family. I had to send you this message. I've never written or sent a piece of "fan mail" but I am moved to do so now. I know I used to watch "Wagon Train" having been born in '45, but it wasn't until watching this AH episode this evening that I realized what a gifted actor you are. Just thought I'd tell you so. I went to see you in " In The Shade" and you even gave me an autograph!

I am now quite a bit older, but I still sing along with the cast album of ""!! You have such a beautiful voice. You made many people so happy! It seems like a very long time since I've seen you. Didn't see you at the "Pre-Boot" party in August and missed you. Hope you are both doing well. I was allowed to stay up to watch it. The next day at school all us girls could talk about was Robert singing, and what a fine voice he had.

Could you please confirm if he did the show and it wasn't a false memory. Wagon Train was never quite the same when he and ward bond left. I am a life long fan. You are an inspiration and I admire you greatly. You has persued your love of acting and enjoyed your life and successes. How fortunate you have been to be able to achieve so much Thinking of you often, Robert and many blessings to you.

Nobody takes the time to record a message for their fans over the web. He is truly a great man. I would just like you to know that I became a fan of yours when I was 7 years old - that was 50 years ago when I was a little girl living in England. I still remember "Flint" with fondness after all this time.

I discovered your website and was delighted to learn that you have had a long and successful life with a wonderful wife as companion for all those years. You have been truly blessed! You were always my favorite actor! We really have to pick and choose. By the way, your wife Marilynn is absolutely beautiful! A while ago I saw the movie "the green slime", and since than i'm a huge fan.

Just this week I saw your appereance in murder she wrote, and it was great fun to see you again on tv, allthough I wish your part was a bit bigger. My son, who is ten years old, is a big fan too. Allthough I'm very carefull not to let him watch scary movies, I took a change with the green slime, because at that time i did not know what to expect, and it looked quit safe.

I have to say that my son loved it. Especially your part of course!! I think it's great fun to share your movies with the next generation. Thank you for all the great movies that you have made. My God bless you and your family and I wish you all the best. I took me back years to when I was a kid and you were my hero on wagon train.

Here in New Zealand it was a bit like the wild west too. Anyway ,thanks for being a role model to me ,and s of other kids. We need more Flints. They have all gone. It was at the Savoy Hotel in London in My neighbours brother worked at the hotel and knowing what a big fan I was told me that Bob would be doing a photo shoot in his Flint buckskins in the gardens behind the hotel.

As this was in the middle of the week my friend and I "cut" class and were there when Bob came out of the hotel. Although he wasn't wearing the buckskins that was fine. We were so glad to see him. There was two other young girls there too, the smart ones who had bought a camera. We had autograph books and a green pen though.

Bob graciously posed for a photo with the smart girls. He signed our books. As he was leaving I realised he had taken my pen. My friend ran and got it back. We were so happy to show off Bob's autograph and listen to the queries of why we hadn't invited more classmates to come with us. Thanks for a great memory.

Horton aka Flint ,. I want to wish you a happy, healthy and many blessings for the New Year! God Bless, Your Fan,. Horton, guess what I have on videotape? Had a collection of old beer commercials on something called "Atomic TV" had them. Did you have to go to Baltimore to film those?

Good luck in all you do from here on!!! I hope you will tell a bout the westerns and Wagon train and all the others. I was fortunate to meet and talk to Mr. They had the best hamburgers and "susieQ" fries. Horton's hair a different color than it was red, I believe , so they dyed it. But because of his natural color, his hair turned green.

This might be a fun item to put in his biography on your site. It was great to see you again. I have been working my way through the first three seasons of Alfred Hitchcock Presents on www. Hopefully, Hulu will keep adding content from your other work. The prospect of seeing Wagon Train again is very exciting.

I had a huge photo of you taped inside my closet and would kiss it every night. I had to hide it in there as my three brothers teased me about my crush. I've been in the U,S. Imagine my surprise at my reaction to your lovely old photos on your web site and see that you are rather a handsome older gentleman.

Makes me realize that you're never too old!! I thoroughly enjoyed your site, please keep well and thanks for the memories!! I drifted away from it too, at that time. I've had a ball watching them all over again. I record them, and tonite I watched 4 episodes, all from So much about the show is connected to today, the message of tolerance is frequently visible.

The Charles Avery story, which had Chuck Connors in it is a good example. I was surprised to see that Aaron Spelling wrote that story. Little discovery's like that are so much fun. But I always got a kick out of Flint. Anyway, not to ramble, but thanks for the great Flint character.

That character was what us little guys, at the time wanted to be. I just wanted to share some memories with you. She passed away in at age 30 I was only 6 years old at the time. By then it was in fairly poor shape. It brought back many nice memories of her, you and the TV show. I enjoyed looking over the photos and magazine articles with interviews of you , some dated November 24, over 50 years old!

I hope this note finds you well. Thank you for giving my mother such joy! I was 9 years old when Wagon Train began and you were my favorite cowboy during that genre. I miss those days of the great westerns of the 50's and 60's. There were so many fine and handsome cowboys back in the day, but you were the BEST!!

I love looking at your pictures from those days. Wishing you a long and happy life and thanks for those "Wagon Train" years. I loved the show. It was a thrill of a lifetime driving in from our apartment in Little Neck, Queens with my brother and seeing a live performance in Subsequently, my brother purchased the original album which he played repeatedly and I can still vividly recall every song.

Of course, at that time it was a pleasant surprise to all of us who were familiar with your role on Wagon Train, to learn what a marvelous singer you were as well. What a southern gentleman. If you are in touch with him please pass on my regards. You were surrounded by quite a supporting cast, esp.

So, in coclusion, I want to express my gratitude to you for having started me on the road to appreciation of quality live entertainment. Glad to hear your health has improved. Be well and keep singing. It is one of my best memories as a kid. I am a woman but I always wanted be a cowboy and be a scout for a wagon train. I still love cowboys, real men.

Hope you continue to stay well for a long, long time. When I was 13, and living in the U. I fell in love with a T. Once we were on a trip through Scotland and were visiting relatives that my sister and I had never met, and that my mother had not seen for over twenty years. We walked into the house and it was nearly 8 pm and I hounded my mother to let me watch the T..

Turn the clock forward from to I think. I was now living in Ottawa, Canada and married with three children. I was now 32 and my beloved Robert Horton would have been about 53 because I do remember that he was 35 in Of course I went to see him, with my mother and sister. My mother persuaded me to send a note backstage to let him know how much I had cared about him twenty years previously.

I did, and he sent a message back that I should meet him at the stage door after the performance. It was a dream come true. I couldn't believe that I would actually meet this man who had become my obsession when I was a teenager! He was extremely friendly and polite and said that if I was ever in New York I should look them up and I could stay with them Robert and his wife.

What great memories, and it has taken me thirty years to look up his website. Oh well, life does have a way of taking over. Anyway I do hope he reads this because I would like to say, once again, that he was the light of my life for a couple of years so long ago, and I would like to thank him for the enormous pleasure he gave me. My mother, who died 20 years ago, might have told him that he made her life a misery!!

I am enjoying the reruns and was reminded how very wonderful Robert Horton was in those episodes. Even now that I'm 60 years of age I can appreciate how handsome he was and still is. I've always felt that actors were very fortunate in that their talent and work lives on for years after they stop working.

I hope that Robert Horton is still healthy and happy. How does one say "thank you," for so many years of your talent affecting our lives. It is not easy. Yes, I had a crush on you, as many other girls did. Your portrayal of "Flint," was so comical, so sweet, so feisty, so serious, so flippant It made "Fling" endearing.

What is amazing is that so many years later, we are still watching Wagon Train on the Retro Network where really great classic shows are shown. We love the shows of the past, they teach lessons, had depth, and the acting was true acting. I was amazed that you "sang" in one of the Wagon Train episodes, and your voice has such a wonderful range. We have seen you in other television shows, and your talent is exemplary.

Thank you for brightening our lives all these years. Congratulations on your long marriage to Marilynn. These days, that is a real accomplishment - the most important one. He was always one of my favourites from the T. I still remember his appearance on a Royal Variety Performance at the London Palladium and can picture him now in his brown buckskins singing along to his guitar.

Please give him my thanks for so much enjoyment in the past and tell him I send my best wishes for the future and hope he remains fit and healthy. Dave, Laird of Kincavel. Horton, I hope this note finds you well. You were very gracious and we enjoyed talking to you about Wagon Train - a show that I enjoyed watching in my youth. You were the only "famous person" that I had ever met, and was so impressed with your warmth.

I am enjoying watching them and seeing some of my favorite actors from that time again. Horton, You are not only a superb actor, but you have a singing voice second to none. I bought your "A Man Called Snenandoah" album for my wife for her birthday. We are trying to find your album with the "Wagon Train" theme on it that you sang. Could you possibly include a complete list of all your albums on your website and how to obtain them.

I would really appreciate it. We always enjoyed seeing you on "Wagon Train" You are with out a doubt the best actor on the program. Best wishes to you and your wife. Thank you very much. I was a huge fan of Wagon Train, and of you in particular, when I was just a little girl. I think the one constant I had in those years was Wagon Train.

It provided me a sense of security and hope. If nothing else, I knew I could tune into your weekly show and feel better. Thank you so much for portraying such a wonderful character as Flint McCullough. Whether you knew it or not, you exuded a warm and brave persona that gave me comfort. Though you acted out a role, I suspect that some of your own inner goodness peeked through.

Horton, they just don't have them like you anymore. They need to check out "Wagon Train" and "Shenandoah" sometime along with some other great Westerns. Thank you for the many years of pleasure you have given me. My very best to you and your wife. Horton, I am a long time fan from your "Wagon Train" years.

You were the cowboy I wanted to grow up and become, like many other kids at that time. Of course, my favorite episodes were the ones that featured Flint. I was a fan of "Man called Shenandoah" and never missed a show. I look forward to the day when someone puts both shows on DVD. I just found your website and am glad to enjoy catching up with you and your life.

I also have your record albums, "The Very Thought of You" and "Man called Shenandoah" and am fortunate to have a turntable to play them on. Larry McGuire Louisville, Ky. It is such an honour to be able to send a message of greeting to you both and to you, Marilynn, how have you put up with us fans hounding your husband all these years, you deserve a gold medal.

This message is just to show you that your fans think of you most of the time and send. Greetings and continual Good Health to you both. I hope you are feeling well. I was doing some searches for some old TV shows and saw your site. It brings back a lot of memories. I was thrilled to find your website! When I was a kid of 9 or 10, I discovered "Wagon Train" on tv.

This was in the mid's. I immediately fell in love with the show and with Flint McCullough. I never really fell out of love with Flint, I must admit. I've always remembered your voice and was stunned to hear your message on the website. You sound just the same as I remembered!

I'm so glad you're you're still going strong. I found your site while I was looking up Mr.. Anyway, I wanted to let you know I watched just about every episode of "Wagon Train" when I was a young boy. If it was a western, I watched it. I thoroughly enjoyed watching you, John Mcintyre, Jon Locke, and all.

One of the best shows that were on. Those were the days,were they not? It is a shame that we have gotten away from GOD and good clean shows like that. Shows that gave kids Heros,some sense of values, difference between right and wrong. Anyway, I came across your website, and when I saw there was a way to write to you, I decided I would.

I never knew you had acted in quite a few episodes on the series, having remembered you only from my older sister, who was quite in love with you, from your role as Flint McCullough. After reading your website, and your 'thoughts for the month' , I was so very moved by your sincerity, honesty, and gratitude that I would hope that I could meet you someday.

If you're planning any more appearances in the near future, such as in Scottsdale- ' Festival in the West ' , I would really like to know. Is this something that will be posted on your website? Robert Horton was my favorite movie star when I was in high school, and I watched all of the Wagon Train episodes he was in. I have often wondered what ever happened to Robert, and I am so delighted to have access to this web info.

I have always loved Robert Horton!! Thanks for having this website! Horton, and the fact that he went to college the U of Miami Fla in the early '50s, a classmate of my Mother's Johanna Frank. At the time, he was a lanky red head per the Ibis yearbook , far from the powerful, commanding presence on the screen.

What an inimitable actor! He never missed the show. I had the biggest crush on you and always enjoyed the show. I was really disappointed when you left. The new guy was nice but it still wasn't the same without Ward Bond and especially you. My father passed away in and I do believe it was his favorite western.

I send you birthday greetings. Many Blessings to You and your lovely wife. I have been a fan for 50 years. Still have the scrapbook and the Photo I took to bed with me. You were my first big grown up crush. Your appearance at the London Palladium nearly made me pass out, your voice was beautiful. How can one man have so much sex appeal singing ability and acting talent all to himself?

I hope you and the lucky Mrs Horton have a great time till I send greetings to you nest July. A friend's 89 year old mother has confessed that she was a massive fan of yours as well. Take care of each other Ann in Lancashire. They were the happiest days of my life. When I check out Mr Horton's website and especially listening to him sing Shenandoah it gives me such pleasure and in fact I listen to him every morning before I start work.

It is beautiful absolutely beautiful and brings back such happy memories. I would so like him to know I am a huge fan and admire him greatly and would like to thank him for the memories. I hope he has good health and Flint will always be in my mind. He is I think a very admirable person and I wish him well and I think he has given such a lot of pleasure to so many people.

I have been a fan since you starred in Wagon Train………. Most of my friends were mad on the rock and roll idols of that era and used to laugh at me when I said you were my favourite actor. I have just watched Green Slime which is showing here in South Africa and I just picked up my pc and found your site.

I still have my treasured 45 of your appearance on London Palladium. The site says you read all your messages so I hope that you can spare the time to read mine. I have also just celebrated my 65 th birthday on July 4 th. At school we had to draw a famous person so I chose you and did a charcoal portrait of you in your buckskin outfit in Wagon Train, I won, so I have to thank you for sitting for me!!

Of course the real reason I came on this site is to Wish you a very happy birthday, good health, much happiness and may you have many more. From a life long fan. I will always wish you the very best! As a young fan of yours in sixth grade in a very small town in NH, my girlfriend and I had a big crush on you. We could not wait to watch Wagon Train each week! I was happy to read that your health has improved.

May I wish you an early happy birthday. My birthday is in July also. My best friend and I grew up and became teachers. I shall tell her I found your web site. Television certainly is not what it used to be! You will always be in our hearts! We all watched it — thanks a million for all you gave us and we surely will never forget. G'Day, As a little girl living in Perth, Australia during the 50's most my early years were entertained by radio serials because television had not yet been introduced into Western Australia.

My brothers and I would look forward to Saturday afternoon when we would go to the local theatre and enjoy the latest cowboy movie. So you can imagine my joy as a six year old when my Dad brought in a new black and white television. We couldn't believe our luck - a theatre in our own living room.

What great shows they were back then. But Wagon Train is still the best and the one I remember most. As a kid under 10 I thought your character Flint was the coolest guy around. It is amazing how impressionable we are as children and I'm glad that characters such as Flint reflected honest, reliable values which I am sure have stayed with me to this day.

Now, with the availability of the internet it is fantastic to be able to learn that you are alive and well and I am able to thankyou for the great enjoyment Wagon Train brought to both me and my family. I just turned 64 years old a couple of weeks ago and will be retiring from the school district I have been employed by for 32 years on June 30, I am hoping to be able to see you at a personal appearance in the future.

This is the first time in my life that I have sent fan mail to anyone. I do hope you are in better health now and will continue to be so. I also have a brooch and necklace which were given to me at the time. I realise that you must still get many of these requests but would it be possible for you to send me a signed photograph which would really complete my set of memories.

God Bless you and thank you for the many happy hours of viewing you have given to so many people. Dear Marilynn and Robert,. Congratulations on your 47 th Anniversary. Starting a new year with a celebration of marriage is particularly special and joyful. Mel and I have been doing it for 54 years now and he joins me in wishing you as much happiness and blessings as we have had.

Happy Holidays to you and Mrs. I have to tell you what an amazing thing the internet is to allow a fan like me to send greetings to you and best wishes. Embarrassingly enough I have to say I still jumped and yelped as you fought to stay away from their electrifying tentacles. You were always such a dashing hero. Thanks to the internet I was able to find your fan website to say hello.

My name is Wendy, age 35, and as you can see below my maiden name is Horton. I am not exactly sure if you are any relation but it is always thrilling to see the family name flashed on the big screen! My grandfather Ira Robert Horton Sr. They hail from Williamson, New York but it was said that one of three Horton brothers headed out West.

So there is always a possibility….? My husband is finishing out his last year in the Navy which brought us here to Washington from Norfolk, VA where we will be headed for the holidays. I do hope this message finds you healthy and happy and basking in the glow of your many fans that admire you. Hope you do get to come to Virginia one day.

Till then, take care…. I wonder if you remember one night in Jackson , MS , about 46 years ago. I had the pleasure of seeing you at the state fair in or I was 13 or 14 years old, and my older sister took me and a friend to see our favorite cowboy! If it were up to the sun, we would have no energy problem.

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When did this reality really begin and how far advanced is it now? This revealing documentary opens the window on this -until now- secretive science. Recent research has analysed the link between the harmful effects of drugs relative to their current classification by law with some startling conclusions. Perhaps most startling of all is that alcohol, solvents and tobacco all unclassified drugs are rated more dangerous than ecstasy, 4-MTA and LSD all class A drugs.

The scientists involved, including members of the government's top advisory committee on drug classification, have produced a rigorous assessment of the social and individual harm caused by 20 of the UK's most dangerous drugs and believe this should form the basis of future ranking.

They think the current ABC system is arbitrary and not based on any scientific evidence. The drug policies have remained unchanged over the last 40 years so should they be reformed in the light of new research? Lost in the heart of the Peruvian Amazon, there is a vine that is said to talk to humans, giving an understanding to the secrets of life. The custodians of this plant are the medicine men, or shamans.

The divine does not give up its secrets easily. It appears the botany of the plant is only half the story. To know it fully, you must experience its effects. Ever since he discovered the talking plants, studying human sciences at University, he has experienced with the hallucinogenic flora. British plants are one thing, but in the Amazon they use Banisteriopsis caapi, or Ayahuasca, for their therapy and it's a strong medicine.

The bitter Ayahuasca brew first makes its drinker violently sick, but it's in the fierce and often terrifying hallucinations that follow that the healing is said to lie. But Ayahuasca doesn't work on its own, rather it acts as a key to unlock the psychotropic qualities of another plant, and it's this plant that Piers is after.

For forty-three years of his adult life, Edgar Cayce demonstrated the uncanny ability to put himself into some kind of self-induced sleep state by lying down on a couch, closing his eyes, and folding his hands over his stomach. This state of relaxation and meditation enabled him to place his mind in contact with all time and space.

From this state he could respond to questions as diverse as "What are the secrets of the universe? Although Cayce died more than sixty years ago, the timelines of the material in the readings is evidenced by approximately one dozen biographies and more than titles that discuss various aspects of this man's life and work. These books contain a corpus of information so valuable that even Edgar Cayce himself might have hesitated to predict their impact on the contemporary world.

Sixty years ago who could have known that terms such as "meditation," "Akashic records," "spiritual growth," "auras," "soul mates," and "holism" would have become household words to millions? The majority of Edgar Cayce's readings deal with health maintenance and the treatment of illness. Even to this day individuals have found physical help from information given as long as years ago!

Although best known for this material, the sleeping Cayce did not seem to be limited to concerns about the physical body. In fact, in their entirety the readings discuss an astonishing number of 10, different subjects. Even this vast array of subject matter, however, can be narrowed down into a much smaller range of topics. When compiled together, the majority contain and deal with the following five categories: In the mid s, scientists unlocked the genetic keys to manipulating our world.

Suddenly everything seemed possible! There would be no more hunger or malnutrition; diseases would be vanquished and poverty wiped out. But twenty years on the situation looks very different. From the loss of biodiversity to health scares about GM food, the effects of genetic technology are prompting more and more debate.

Our documentary this week is an intelligent look at both sides of the issue. Across the world, multinationals like Monsanto are meeting with unexpected resistance to their genetically modified products. But are these concerns justified? Or are activists battling the forces of progress?

Renowned filmmakers Bertram Verhaag and Gabriele Krober sets out on a global journey to explore the development of genetic technology. Spanning three continents and beautifully filmed, this high quality doc hears from the scientists, farmers and activists at the heart of the debate. They blame the multinational for enslaving them in debt by selling unreliable genetically modified seeds at quadruple the normal price.

The seeds were supposed to yield bumper crops, require less pesticides and produce higher quality cotton. But the anticipated large harvest failed to materialise. Instead the plants were rife with disease, forcing them to use more and more expensive chemicals. Now many farmers face ruin. Having borrowed heavily at exorbitant rates of interest to afford the seeds, they cannot keep up with repayments.

In the last few years, thousands have committed suicide. Others try desperately to pay their debts by selling a kidney. But regardless of how many crops fail, farmers are still dependent on the multinationals for their next batch of seeds. There once was a time when consumer goods were built to last. The sight of thousands of tons of electronic equipment dumped in Ghana, Africa, in what used to be a natural reserve—which is now completely destroyed and polluted, is a harrowing reminder of the dark side of the consumer society.

What makes this film fascinating is that it goes beyond the environmental frame to tackle a much more fundamental aspect of the issue—the economic logic behind Planned Obsolescence. Light Fantastic explores the phenomenon that surrounds and affects nearly every aspect of our lives but one which we take for granted - light.

Greek and Arab scholars, and later Europeans such as Descartes and Newton all tried to understand light to gain a better understanding of God. Episode one shows how much of modern science's origins came from the desire to penetrate the divine nature of light. Part 2 - The Light of Reason The second programme explores the link between the development of practical tools that manipulate light and the emergence of new ideas.

For example, Galileo's observation that the sun did not go around the earth, was made with a telescope that had been invented for Venetian soldiers and traders. Episode three charts the discovery of the true nature of light and its impact on the modern world. All of today's technologies - electricity, mobile communications and our ability to illuminate the world 24 hours a day - stem from unravelling the mystery of light.

In the final programme Simon Schaffer finds that as more people were able to manipulate light, the more puzzling and tricky it became. This led to investigations into the strange relationship between light, the eye and the mind, and the development of new technology such as photography and cinema. In three parts, it was transmitted on BBC Two in the spring of This episode examined how the various national memories of the Second World War were effectively rewritten and manipulated in the Cold War period.

Subsequently, however, bringing lower-ranking Nazis to justice was effectively forgotten about in the interests of maintaining West Germany as an ally in the Cold War. For the Allied countries , faced with a new enemy in the Soviet Union , there was a need to portray WW2 as a crusade of pure good against pure evil, even if this meant denying the memories of the Allied soldiers who had actually done the fighting, and knew it to have been far more complex.

A number of American veterans told how years later they found themselves plagued with the previously-suppressed memories of the brutal things they had seen and done. The title comes from a veteran's description of what the uncertainty of survival in combat is like. In this episode, the history of brainwashing and mind control was examined.

The angle pursued by Curtis was the way in which psychiatry pursued tabula rasa theories of the mind, initially in order to set people free from traumatic memories and then later as a potential instrument of social control. The work of Ewen Cameron was surveyed, with particular reference to Cold War theories of communist brainwashing and the search for hypnoprogammed assassins.

The programme's thesis was that the search for control over the past via medical intervention had had to be abandoned and that in modern times control over the past is more effectively exercised by the manipulation of history. Some film from this episode, an interview with one of Cameron's victims, was later re-used by Curtis in his The Century of the Self.

The title of this episode comes from a paranoid schizophrenic seen in archive film in the programme, who believed her neighbours were using her as a source of amusement by denying her any privacy, like a pet goldfish. In this episode, the Imperial aspirations of Margaret Thatcher were examined. The way in which Mrs Thatcher used public relations in an attempt to emulate Winston Churchill in harking back to Britain's "glorious past" to fulfil a political or national end.

The title is a reference to the attic flat at the top of 10 Downing Street , which was created during Thatcher's period refurbishment of the house, which did away with the Prime Minister's previous living quarters on lower floors. His father, Milutin Tesla was a Serbian Orthodox Priest and his mother Djuka Mandic was an inventor in her own right of household appliances.

At first, he intended to specialize in physics and mathematics, but soon he became fascinated with electricity. He began his career as an electrical engineer with a telephone company in Budapest in It was there, as Tesla was walking with a friend through the city park that the elusive solution to the rotating magnetic field flashed through his mind.

With a stick, he drew a diagram in the sand explaining to his friend the principle of the induction motor. While in Strassbourg in , he privately built a prototype of the induction motor and ran it successfully. Unable to interest anyone in Europe in promoting this radical device, Tesla accepted an offer to work for Thomas Edison in New York.

His childhood dream was to come to America to harness the power of Niagara Falls. It was here that his divergence of opinion with Edison over direct current versus alternating current began. This disagreement climaxed in the war of the currents as Edison fought a losing battle to protect his investment in direct current equipment and facilities.

At seven years old, Nick van Bloss started shaking his head, grinding his teeth and making wild whooping noises. Nick had Tourette's syndrome. No medical intervention helped him. But one activity stopped it all The moment Nick placed his hands on the piano keys his symptoms vanished. By the age of 20, he was an award winning international pianist.

He felt sure that his illness had made him the success he was. But there is a catch. The brain state necessary for his genius can also be dangerously close to mental chaos. Nick's personal journey reveals how close he came to the edge and how determined he is to triumph. A new kind of counterculture is emerging around the unexpected discoveries of a small but growing circle of scientists, authors and researchers.

The focal point of this counterculture centers on an alternative interpretation of ancient Egypt - not as mankind's earliest attempts at primitive civilization, but as a fully developed, and inexplicably advanced culture, who's scientific and metaphysical achievements we are only beginning to fully appreciate.

The cost in human terms is even greater-these drugs now kill an estimated 42, people every year. And the death count keeps rising. Containing more than interviews with lawyers, mental health experts, the families of victims and the survivors themselves, this riveting documentary rips the mask off psychotropic drugging and exposes a brutal but well-entrenched money-making machine.

He was left like a rag doll, with no sense of touch below the neck, and no idea of where his limbs were unless he could see them. The doctors told him that he would never walk, feed himself, or dress himself again. Yet against all the odds, he has made an apparently miraculous recovery. How has he managed it? What does his story reveal about the extraordinary capacities of the human brain?

Matter of Heart is a compelling portrait of Carl Gustav Jung, whose extraordinary genius and humanity reached far beyond the sometimes exclusive realm of psychiatry into redefining the essential nature of who we are and what we hope to become. More than a linear biography, the film presents a fuller perspective on this humanist, healer, friend, and mentor, through the skillful interweaving of rare home movies, valuable archival footage, and a wealth of interviews with such notables as Sir Laurens van der Post, Marie-Louise von Franz, and Joseph Henderson, M.

Dr Ewen Cameron, a graduate of Glasgow University, became one of the most eminent psychiatrists in the world. His work in Canada in the s was radical and groundbreaking but now some of his patients are finally receiving compensation. Ross McWilliam reveals that Cameron subjected his unsuspecting patients to massive electric shocks and a cocktail of powerful drugs in a "brainwashing" programme funded by the CIA.

Frontline Scotland hears for the first time the horrific personal stories of patients who suffered at his hands. It is one of the ill-kept secrets of America's intelligence agencies--for decades, they have worked virtually non-stop to perfect means of controlling the human mind.

But while many have suspected the existence of these projects, the details have long been preserved. MIND CONTROL blows the lid off years of chilling experiments, drawing on documents reluctantly released through the Freedom of Information Act and interviews with some of the victims, including a woman whose past was literally taken away.

Hear from John Marks, the author of In Search of the Manchurian Candidate, who broke the story of the CIA's abuses by unraveling the mysteries contained in financial records. All the other records pertaining to the experiments were destroyed by the agency in an attempt to prevent the details from ever being known. After viewing this important program, you'll have reason to wonder about your own thoughts Eavesdrop on conversations up to a mile away and try out advanced systems that see through walls.

In the world of surveillance, Big Brother is not only watching, he's also listening, analyzing, recording, scanning, and tracking every aspect of our lives. And with advanced surveillance technology, there's virtually no place to hide. Check out parabolic microphones that pick up conversations a mile a way, cameras that learn what and who to photograph, RadarVision that "sees through walls", and Uninhabited Aerial Vehicles UAVs.

And explore the mind-bending future of surveillance technology, while, of course, reviewing its surprising history. What could be simpler than a hamburger? Take a ground beef patty, throw it on a grill, wait a few minutes as the fat sizzles, maybe add some cheese, and stick it on a bun.

It's a thoroughly American operation that takes place countless times a day all around the country. The average American, in fact, eats three hamburgers a week. And with more meat available than ever before, today's beef costs 30 percent less than it did in , making it that much more attractive to consumers looking for a quick, cheap meal. Nor can you assume that it's safe. While sweeping changes in the meat industry -- making it vastly more centralized, high-tech, and efficient -- have led to the low prices, the transformation has also introduced new risks.

All of that contributes to the spread of microorganisms like E. The Phoenix Program, assassinating suspected VC sympathizers in a systematic manner, worked well during the Vietnam War and is the blueprint for the current black op targeting thousands of loyal Americans using state of the art microwave MW and radio frequency radiation RFR weapons.

The motivation to suppress domestic dissidents and to assassinate loyal American opposition stems from the perception of dissent against the war as treason. The DOD has a huge stake in futuristic technology that kills by ionizing and non-ionizing radiation, leaving little or no trace. The indiscriminant killing of the Phoenix Program continues on American soil.

The terms soft kill, slow kill and silent kill refer to the new way of killing the enemy in conflicts short of war and the small wars of the future. The counterinsurgency doctrine has now been applied to the home front, so that the perceived betrayal of the military in Vietnam will not be repeated.

Alexander, Michael Aquino, Paul Vallely, and others have built the perfect beast, using selective assassination that leaves no trace. The ability to cull the human herd with Silent Kill technology allows a few personalities to remake the entire society in their own image. Money Talks exposes the questionable tactics that big drug companies use to make record profits by playing with the safety of our family's health care.

Using misleading advertising, attractive "drug reps" who wine and dine doctors and other unethical practices, the drug industry makes billions of dollars every year selling us unsafe, unnecessary and overpriced drugs. If you want to protect the people you love from their dangerous practices that compromise the safety and quality of our health care, Money Talks is a must-see film.

There was a time, not so long ago, when science seemed to understand how the universe worked. Everything — us, the Earth, the stars and even exotic-sounding supernovae — was made of atoms which were all created at time-zero: In between the atoms was nothing, a void: But recently things have started to unravel.

There is, it seems, a lot more to the universe than meets the eye. The rest is made of mysterious entities about which very little is understood, with equally mysterious names: In early times, evil spirits were thought to possess people and make them act in strange and frightening ways. By the 's, the study of this hysteria led some doctors to believe one person could have separately functioning personalities.

In this rare research film from the 's, a woman has different personalities who believes they are separate people. One is a male that is not comfortable in women's clothes. Another is a small child. The affliction has been known by different names, but recognized for centuries. Today it is called multiple personality disorder.

Three films exploring the very thing that makes us human. Each episode features an extraordinary character who can do extraordinary things with their brain:. Marc Yu is only 7 years old, but he already has a repertoire of over 15 classical piano pieces - some of them over 20 minutes long.

Chess grand master Susan Polgar tells the story of how her father turned her and her sisters into chess prodigies. Autistic Savant George Widener stuns us with his superhuman calculating and memory skills. And prepare to be moved by Tommy McHugh - the Liverpool hardman who turned into an obsessive artist after surviving a stroke. The secrets of the developing brain - featuring Marc Yu, a 7-year-old pianist, who some say will be the next household name in classical music.

When accidents in the brain reveal extraordinary skills - featuring George Widener, the human calculator, and Tommy McHugh, a labourer turned into an artist by a stroke. This documentary presents ancient artifacts that contradict the official historical perspective that mankind has advanced scientifically since the beginning of human history. Although a lot of the evidence in this presentation has been highly debated and disproven, there is some evidence that is very difficult to dispute.

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