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Texas State Capitol Tour

Texas State Capitol Tour

Watch the full tour of the Texas State Capitol building in Austin, Texas. Completed in 1888 at 308 feet tall, making it taller than the United States Capital building. The…

Dead Beaver In Oregon, Hit By Car, Big News In The Beaver State

Dead Beaver In Oregon, Hit By Car, Big News In The Beaver State

    It’s not an everyday thing to see a dead beaver along the highway in Oregon. This Beaver was found dead along Highway 126 in Oregon on March 23,…

JFK Assassination Solved

JFK Assassination Solved

Hear Don J. Miller easily explain the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Don Miller has been studying the events surrounding the assassination for many years. He has been educating the public…

Human Sacrifices, Mayan Ruins, **Listener Beware**, Tulum, Mexico

Human Sacrifices, Mayan Ruins, **Listener Beware**, Tulum, Mexico

My travel guide, David, was a real Mayan who spoke the native language. Listen to him explain how human sacrifices were carried out on top of the pyramid. The pyramid…

Walking In The Mud Of Fern Ridge Lake When It’s Drained

Walking In The Mud Of Fern Ridge Lake When It’s Drained

Filmed January 19, 2013. Take a walk in Fern Ridge Reservoir when it’s drained in the winter time. We started our walk near the end of Jeans Road in Elmira.…

Redrawing the Middle East map: Iran, Syria and the new Cold War

Redrawing the Middle East map: Iran, Syria and the new Cold War

What originally brought Syria and Iran together was not the Shia sect, but Iraq – the common enemy both hated and feared…