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Evidence That L. Ron Hubbard Was Working For British Intelligence In 1940, 1941, and 1942

It was on June 11, 1940 that William Stephenson arrived in New York to start the British Security Coordination to get America into the war – WWII. 1,949 more words

Historical Research

NEW YORK CITY: Blizzard Queens

For whatever reason, Spring Break is a major cultural moment for me. I am inordinately blessed to have this time off from work. It has allowed me to do extraordinary things such as: meet Dame Angela Lansbury, nod at Prince Charles, see shows on Broadway with extraordinary stars, visit major Egyptological exhibitions, and see fascinating locales around the nation. 4,541 more words

Travel

War Ravaged Tulagi Region Offers Adventurers Sights

Travel agents are only beginning to know what adventure travelers in the Tulagi region have known for some time; there are a lot of things to discover. 37 more words

Travel

At Seventh Son

Tonight we met the Ex-Neighbors at Seventh Son. In addition to being regaled with tales of their two lovely daughters– who can’t possibly be as grown-up as they evidently are — we enjoyed some of the excellent adult beverages Seventh Son brews and some food truck fare, besides. 94 more words

Columbus

New to Explorers Club - Step back in time at Daniels Kraal Farm on Route 62

Hidden away in a valley in the Klein Karoo lies a luxurious homestead overlooking rolling green lawns, a large swimming pool and surrounded by mountains. Wind your way out of the little town of Calitzdorp for 9km past vineyards, orchards and ostriches and discover the Daniels Kraal Farm, encased by rambling vineyards, olive trees and the Karoo bush. 301 more words

Experiences

"Port Mista" - Extending the Waystation Concept

Massive thanks to Razorien for providing the photos used in this post!

It’s been a little while since I’ve posted an update on The Explorers Club waystation project… 1,052 more words

Eve Online

Whispers of Whisk(e)y returns... Johnnie Walker The Adventurer

Today‚Äôs review, which comes after far too long a break, takes a look at another whisky: one from the Johnnie Walker Explorers’ Club Collection, a series inspired by the journeys of those who took Johnnie Walker across the world. 686 more words

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