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Sci-fi Mystery Novel Takes Readers into the Secrets and Conspiracies Surrounding the Bermuda Triangle Phenomenon


TIFFIN, Ohio (PRWEB) February 27, 2013

It was late in autumn in nineteen-hundred and ninety. Flying saucer mania was rampant. The American public was very curious about such mysterious things as, the paranormal, Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster and the Bermuda Triangle. For the most part, the public was unaware of the low profile studies into these phenomena conducted by the government. These secret studies were assigned to various branches of the military complex. The U.S. Navys part in this on-going research was Project Houdini. Its mission was to determine the cause of how over 500 ships and planes, as well as their attending personnel, had vanished into the area better known as the Bermuda Triangle and were never seen again.

Project Houdini, a sci-fi mystery novel written by Thom Fillinger tells the story of Admiral Nathan Summerfield and the entire Project Houdini exploration team that had undergone into the Bermuda Triangle but never comes out. Project Houdini was designed to discover the reason for the disappearance of ships, planes and personnel in that area. However, as Summerfields team went there, all contact had been broken and the Navy couldnt find a way to recover them. All nine members and their plane vanished without any communication for over a year. It went into a a place known as Xenos, a twin of Atlantis, created within another dimension. But one day over the Atlantic, the plane reappeared. It had a partial collision with a commercial flight. The Navy planes tail shredded and went down, off the coast of Florida. A fishing boat found Alan Maxwell, a veteran journalist who was with the team and he is floating in an inflatable vest. His legs were badly mangled and he is unconscious while a US Navy helicopter attempts to make a rescue.

In an effort to keep the lid on this former naval officer, Alan Maxwells account of the terrible secret that the Project Houdini team had discovered, the projects new director, egocentric Admiral Scott and his henchman Captain Sadowski, had the reporter subjected to a high-tech brainwashing technique. They then, in order to maintain anonymity, had him moved from one hospital to another. Only newspaper editor Harry Konenbergs stubborn belief in his veteran reporter defied the odds and kept Alan Maxwells remarkable story from being systematically sucked into an all-consuming National Security vacuum.

Project Houdini is a highly entertaining read that will take readers into a fascinating story that presents a very interesting plot about strange, mysterious secrets and disappearances occurring in the Bermuda Triangle and government conspiracies to hide the truth from the public under the guise of national security. Author Thom Fillinger has masterfully crafted an intriguing novel that will sure to catch the interest and stir the curiosity of most sci-fi readers who are into the secrets and mysteries genre.

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About the Author

Thomas William Fillinger was born on the eastside of Cleveland, Ohio and still lives there with his wife Patricia. They have four grown children. Timothy, Elizabeth, Carolyn, and Christina. He attended John Carroll University, The Automation Institute of Ohio and Adult Education courses in writing. Over the years, he has had a wide variety of jobs, anywhere from driving delivery trucks, to managing restaurants, to selling computer peripheral devices. Ever the story teller, now that he has retired, he has finally found the time to craft some intriguing books.

Project Houdini * by Thom Fillinger

Publication Date: December 26, 2012

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Author Charles Ssennyondo Offers Mankind a Glimpse into True Freedom


BEACH PARK, Ill (PRWEB) February 15, 2013

In a recent release by Catholic News Agency, Pope Benedict XVI reveals how truth, not relativism, is the source of non violence. This only goes to show the true importance of an overall and collective faith rather than ideals based on subjective perceptions and notions. In line with this, author Charles Ssennyondo STL, STD shares his compelling work titled Christianity and the Culture of Relativism in the Anthropologies of Joseph Ratzinger and Stanley Hauerwas, an insightful literary work that highlights the importance of Christian truth in modern society.

The relativistic culture in todays world has indeed caused a lot of stir when it comes to peoples values and moral fiber. In America and the western world, the differences in judgment has indeed denied millions the truth about the Christian way and in turn, leaves many families tarnished and broken. With Ssennyondos work, readers will experience a re-discovery of the Truth of Christianity and learn how relativism can put peoples emotional and spiritual lives in great peril. With insightful knowledge about how readers can combat this crisis of faith, this work restores mans rightful position in the world, namely, as Gods creation.

An eye-opening reading experience, this compelling literary masterpiece takes one to a journey, a journey of social understanding, spiritual awakening and devotion to the Word of God. Uplifting and inspiring, this selection is a perfect tool to enhance ones life, whether for quiet introspection or group discussion.

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About the Author

Charles Ssennyondo was born in Uganda on June 9, 1972. He studied Philosophy and Social Sciences with an award of a Degree from Urbaniana University Rome (1997). He received a degree of Theology from Makerere University, Kampala Uganda (2002). He was ordained a Catholic Priest of Kasana-Luweero Diocese, Uganda on August 23, 2003. Seennyondo was appointed a Vice Rector of a High School Seminary of the diocese.

In 2005, he graduated as a High School teacher with a Post Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) of Ndejje University, Uganda. He came to the University of St. Mary of the Lake in 2007 where he received a Licentiate of Sacred Theology (STL) in 2009. He earned a Doctorate of Sacred Theology (STD) in 2012.

Christianity and the Culture of Relativism in the Anthropologies of Joseph Ratzinger and Stanley Hauerwas * by Charles Ssennyondo, STL, STD

(Rediscovering the Truth of Christianity)

Publication Date: January 25, 2013

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New Non-Fiction Release Delves into History of the Commercial Food Canning and Preserving Industry in Northeastern Colorado


Longmont, Colo. (PRWEB) February 21, 2012

This new non-fiction work published by Dog Ear Publishing is an in-depth study of the industrial boom centering on the food canning and preserving industries in dozens of communities in northeastern Colorado from the end of the 19th century to the industrys downfall in the mid-to-late 20th century.

The history of food preservation goes back as far as human memory; every great civilization had at least one method of keeping food from spoiling, but modern canning practices came into being at the very end of the 18th century in France, where the government offered financial compensation to anyone who could come up with a method of preserving food for the military. Chef Nicolas Appert created the method that is still in use today, the method that played a vital role in the industrialization of northeastern Colorado in the 19th and 20th centuries. To the rural residents of Colorado, the canning industry that sprang to life there were a vital source of income, creating a nutritious and delicious source of food for the region. These canneries loomed large until their eventual defeat at the hands of the giants such as Libby, McNeill and Libby, as well as Stokely-Van Camp, companies that continue to serve the entire nations canned food needs. But what of the men and women who helped to foster the boom of industry in Colorado?

John C. Kuners need to support his family after their move to Denver formed the basis of one of the great canning companies in Colorado; pickling vegetables in his home kitchen, Kuner went door-to-door selling his goods to Denver households seeking some variance in their diet during the winter months. Kuner and his brother, Max, eventually formed Kuner Pickle Company, with Max gradually buying his brothers share of the business and building the business into one of Denvers most venerable institutions. John Howard Empson came to Colorado at his doctors urging, seeking a cure for his infected lungs. Empson, a successful businessman in Cincinnati,was inclined to ignore his doctors advice, but he was eventually swayed by his 7-year-old daughter, Alida. Son of a grocer, Empson soon realized the value of canned food, and decided to take advantage of the city dwellers inability to grow their own food. Kuner and Empsons businesses boomed, and both companies spread their canning factories throughout rural Colorado.

Colorados Small Town Industrial Revolution is a fascinating glimpse into a long-ago time, full of vivid portraits of the men and women who helped to build Colorado into the state it is today. Professor emeritus Lee Scamehorn has brought history to life in this, his fifth book. Scamehorn, a graduate of Western Michigan University and the University of Illinois, taught history at the University of Colorado, Boulder.

Colorados Small Town Industrial Revolution

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