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At 4:24pm on December 7, 2014, George Walker said…
That's OK Bill. I just wanted to let you know. Geo.
At 2:38pm on December 7, 2014, George Walker said…
Bill, I noticed in the past not too many members were interested in what I had to show or say about the paranormal. I wanted you personally to know that back in May and June I convinced a production company out of Virginia to do a production of a case I investigated. They came in July to do a production. I just got word that the production will be shown January 4, 2015 at 9 p.m.on Destination America network. Ft. Dodge will be put on the map both nationwide and international. The production can be seen on Dish ch.194, DIRECTV ch.286 and Mediacom ch.286. Check your cable guide outside Webster county. If you have any questions let me know. Geo.
At 2:42pm on March 18, 2014, Vera Hartman said…

Thanks for the "Welcome"

At 11:49am on July 3, 2013, Milissa R. Bailey said…

Thanks Bill! Glad you're enjoying!

At 9:24am on June 17, 2013, Milissa R. Bailey said…

Excited to be a part of such a great site!

At 6:42am on June 4, 2013, George Walker said…

Bill, this is Geo. of paranormal Research & Investigations. Thanks for putting my notice of wanting to start a monthly paranormal group meeting on the front page again. Geo.

At 8:20pm on May 23, 2013, Chris Davies said…

Thanks you Bill -- I just got your post as I have been in the hospital for about 8 days.  I look forward to meeting new business associates and fellow Fort Dodgers."

At 4:02pm on March 25, 2013, Patti Donney said…

thanks

At 10:22am on January 2, 2013, kelly gonder said…

Happy New year Bill! I am looking for "Show me your Rack" to enter my sons Buck, but cannot find it, am I to late?

At 10:26am on August 16, 2012, Sue Kelly said…

Why did it take me so long to do this??? Thanks for the opportunity to join and view whats  going on in Fort Dodge and around us .  Have a good day !!!

 

At 1:22pm on July 25, 2012, Deb Krause said…

Thank you for the welcome. Now to explore and figure this site out, but I think I am gonna like it! Have a great day!

At 3:09pm on April 30, 2012, Marvin R. Mattfeld said…
Up on No. 2nd Street, where 9th Ave. North would run into the house is the former home of the Trainor or Trainer family in the '40's. I lived in the Lutheran Home at 234 9th Ave. No., at that time. As children, we were not allowed to leave the grounds at the west end of the block. One summer afternoon there was a commotion at the Trainor house. There were no adults present, only an Evelyn Halligan who was babysitting the Trainor children. She claimed there was a ghost in the house and fearful of danger to any of the small children entrusted to her care. At one point there was, what appeared to be, a spectral figure at an upstairs window. Was it a ghost, a spirit, or some other para-normal figure? I have no idea. I emailed Evelyn Halligan a number of years ago and reminded her of the event. She remembered the event and stated that she believed it to be real. I often wondered whether it was older neighborhood kids trying to spook us.
At 4:42pm on July 1, 2011, Charlenne Jacobson said…

Thanks Bill.  I try to get back to FD quite often to see my parents.  I feel like I'm one of the oldsters when you mention KVFD, KUEL, KWMT, and others that have come and gone like the rest of us.  I graduated in 1964 from FDHS.  What memories I have of FDHS.  I won't bore anyone with the days way back when.  Good Luck on the page.

 

At 11:24am on July 1, 2011, Carrie Kniebes Swift said…
Hi Bill!!  Thanks - good to be back.  A fresh start!  I'm so happy to see your site doing so well.  Now, to get our "bicycle" on and get ready for RAGBRAI.  We are south this year - along 80.  Want to join us for a day or two??  LOL!   We always have room for more!
At 6:24am on April 26, 2011, George Walker said…
Bill, thanks for the welcome. I am the team leader of the Paranormal Research & Investigations of Ft. Dodge. I would like to let all members know we do a free community service for Ft. Dodge and the surrounding areas of Ft. Dodge by offering a thorough, 100%, complete and accurate paranormal investigation for those that don't know where to go or who to call if they are having any kind of unexplainable activity on or in their property. Of course we do welcome donations to help cover cost and expenses. We would like to hear from anyone that may have had or are having any paranormal experiences. Again, thanks for the welcome Bill. Geo. Walker
At 9:43am on April 9, 2011, Brent (Ben) Newton said…
Thank you for accepting me to your site.
At 4:50pm on March 11, 2011, Diane ROllins said…

Thanks for the welcome.  I stumbled on this and it looks great.

 

At 8:27pm on January 28, 2011, KEN ORR said…

Hi Bill!

Thank You for all You have done for all of us.  I had a very good friend back in 1977 when I worked at NAPA Auto Parts.  His name (I'm trying to remember) was Ron Grady.  He sold me my very first snowmobile which I really liked.  It was a solid black Artic Cat.  Ron was a great guy who would always get me running again after I showed out too much on my Artic Cat and blew something up.  If You knew Ron, please email me at Orr_Ken@Att.Net and give me some updates.  Thanks again, Ken Orr (:>)

At 1:51pm on January 25, 2011, Victoria Scott said…
Thank you!
At 2:15pm on January 22, 2011, Reinder Boterhoek said…

Hi Bill, 

 

My English is a bit rusty, but it is good to practice. Looking in my old yearbook, you were a sophmore, when I gratuated. You were a classmate of Sheryl Bradley. Her brother Mark, was also a senior in my class. Mark was a good friend of my, back than. That is why I knew Sheryl. They lived on south 24 street. Funny thing is, if you have acces to a yearbook of '77, on page 43 where my picture is. You see them both standing on the right corner of that picture. At least, I know it's them. They were waiting for me, back then, to go home. 

Anyway, it feels really good to be back in Fort Dodge, even if it is by this way. 

Reinder  (yes I know, I heard a lot of reindeers back then)

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