TweetShare This Page Share List WWGH radio has had the good fortune of interviewing author, blogger, and history/political science professor Dr. Ronald Feinman. He had been on with both Scott and Adam many times in 2017 and now 2018, with more… Read more ›
TweetShare This Page Share List Our October “Month of Horrors” continues! Let’s count down the Ten Creepiest Serial Killers of All Time…
TweetShare This Page Share List We continue our October Month of Horrors with 10 Disturbing Cases of Modern Day Cannibalism. Bon Appetit!
TweetShare This Page Share List It’s October….time for Halloween and HORROR! Let’s recap the most brutal murders in History….
TweetShare This Page Share List “Murphy Brown”, “Will & Grace, “Magnum P.I.”? No thanks. Let’s bring back “Faces Of Death”! Faces of Death French VHS cover Directed by Conan LeCilaire Produced by William B. James Herbie Lee Rosilyn T. Scott… Read more ›
TweetShare This Page Share List The announcement has been made. Major League Baseball & the Cleveland Indians will finally get rid of the Chief Wahoo logo after this season. Now there are many reasons for this, protests from Native American… Read more ›
TweetShare This Page Share List Let me first say that I am a WWE fan and a Monday Night RAW fan. But with all the celebration going on regarding Monday Night RAW’s 25th Anniversary, let me rain a little on… Read more ›
TweetShare This Page Share List Well, what do you know? The spectacle known as “Mayweather vs McGregor” actually lived up to all of the unbelievable hype that led up to it. Surely you remember the tour both took to talk… Read more ›
TweetShare This Page Share List Pro Wrestling Legend Ric Flair is currently going through some rough medical times. He was placed in a medically induced coma while getting unspecified surgery. Word is he got through it fine and is resting… Read more ›
TweetShare This Page Share List The harrowing events this past weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia between protesters became deadly in this car crash… We look back to the words of Marvin Gaye in light of this divisiveness…