Edgar Award winner and best selling author of true crime, mystery fiction, supernatural thrillers, and pop culture.
"Talented, Creative and Charming" -- Erin Moriarty, CBS 48hrs
"Burl Barer is one of my favorites!" -- Lis Wiehl, Fox News
Hart D. Fisher, "The Scariest Man in America," returns to True Crimes on Outlaw Radio this Saturday 2pm Pacific/4pm Central/5pm Eastern. Listen LIVE by clicking this link, or listen via Itunes.
His gut-wrenching first-person recollections of his girl friend's murder, and the battle to keep her killer behind bars , has mesmerized readers world-wide on IN COLD BLOG, the world's #1 True Crime site. Since his first appearance on our show, his TV series, AMERICAN HORRORS has become an international hit, and indie horror film GARBAGE MAN is a runaway best seller on DVD.
Yes, there is nothing like non-stop success to give a man the emotional freedom to talk about the most painful episode of his past.
I'll tell ya something, folks. In real life, Hart is about as scary as a box of Pop Tarts. His creative output can lay you low, but his personal victories will lift you up and inspire you. He is one hell of a nice guy, champion of freedom, and his creative output is astonishing.
If you are into true crime, horror movies, death-metal music, or surviving intense trauma, you MUST be listening this Saturday to TRUE CRIMES on OUTLAW RADIO produced by Magic Matt Alan; hosted by Burl Barer and Don Woldman.
The famous Simon Templar has always had great taste in automobiles. In the early books he drove a fictional Hirondel that could blast down the road at an astonishing 90 miles per hour. In the famed Roger Moore television series, the Saint's vehicle was the incredibly classy Volvo 1800. When Ian Ogilvy took the wheel in Return of the Saint, Templar piloted a Jaguar X-12.
In the unsold TV pilot for The Saint, Australian actor Andrew Clark drove a Lambourghini
with gull wing doors. It was terribly unsubtle, as this picture demonstrates.
Simon Dutton's Saint drove a Jenson (although in one episode he got his hands on a blue Volvo 1800.)
Val Kilmer's Saint returned to Volvo for a red C-70 sports coupe.
But what car will the Saint drive in the all new Saint TV venture? So far there have been rumors of everything from Mercedes, an E 1800 Volvo concept car that doesn't exist, an actual new 1800 that supposedly will exist soon, to the latest entry for the title of "Saintmobile," the Fisker Karma.
With a starting price of $87,900 ($80,400 after US government tax credits), 1,000 orders for the 100 mile-per-gallon luxury plug-in hybrid have been received since the prototype debuted at the 2008 NAIAS. Fisker Karma deliveries are scheduled to begin in the fourth quarter of 2009 through the Fisker Automotive Retail network.
The four-door, four-seat Fisker Karma fuses the traditional and timeless styling of veteran auto designer and Fisker Automotive CEO Henrik Fisker, with Quantum Technologies' clean Q-DRIVE® plug-in hybrid powertrain to become the world's first luxury plug-in hybrid car.Fi
NOW HEAR THIS! A COLD BLOODED BUSINESS by Marek Fuchs is getting rave reviews!
"Marek Fuchs has written a penetrating portrayal of twisted lust, eager betrayal, a savage murder, and a small town's long memory. With the drama of a novel and the nuances of a seasoned reporter, he delivers a sober, blood-splashed narrative about justice delayed, but not denied."
- Ron Franscell, best selling author of The Darkest Night
If Ron Franscell praises this book, you KNOW it's good! We trust Ron, so we are THRILLED almost beyond human comprehension to have Marek Fuchs join us LIVE July 11th 2pm Pacific on TRUE CRIMES!
You have probably noticed the picture and direct link to BLU at the top of my website. BLU is the no smoke, no smell electronic cigarette that you can "smoke" anywhere you like -- in restaurants, on planes, and MAYBE even on school property -- after all, BLU contains no tobacco, so you are not violating any no tobacco rules. There is also no tar or other carcinogins. A heated vapor replicates the "impact" sensation of smoking -- basically, it is simply an atomizer, and the warm steam just happens to taste like ..well, a cigarette... or like coffee! Yes, it has nicotine, unless you dont want nicotine. You can get BLU with the nicotine content of a regular full flavor smoke, a low nicotine version, or a nicotine free version. For those with brain based injuries or illnesses, nicotine is a beneficial dosage controlled medication that increases memory and word usage while regulating breathing and reducing the frequency of petit mall seizures. For those who don't have such injuries or illness, nicotine doesn'nt do any good, but if you are a smoker, this is a way of dealing with your addiction in a way that reduces harm and allows you the convenience of being able to "smoke" anywhere.
The demand for BLU has become so enermous, that today I received the following message from the president of the manufacturing cormpany.
Dear blu affiliates,
Due to the incredibly overwhelming demand for blu and our pursuit of a great customer service experience, bluwill not be taking orders from the 7th to the 21st of July. This will give us time to clear our backlog and ease customer frustration. While we know pausing new orders will inconvenience our affiliates, we hope that it will greatly decrease the number of pending sales from your customers. This will also help to reduce cancellations dramatically, ensuring you receive payouts that suit your ongoing efforts.
We definitely hope you will continue promoting blu after the 21st of July when we re-open orders. Many of you have had extremely high conversion ratios, so we hope you will return pushing traffic to us after the catch-up period on the 22nd of July.
I apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you for your patience.
Jason Healy President blu cigs
That's cool, Jason ol'buddy, I hope some of those orders are from fans of Burl Barer For more info on BLU, just click the picure at the top of the web page.
Is it possible to make a living as an author? Yes, it is possible. That doesn't mean you will make a living as an author, it simply means that someone, somewhere, at some time in history made a living as an author. It isn't easy. Trust me on this. I write books under my name, and I ghost write books and magazine features for people who wish they could write. So, to make a living, I make it appear as if others are making a living as writers. I'm not sure if this is a form of deception, or self -deception.
The nice thing about being a ghost writer is that any negative fall out of what I write doesn't land on me..it lands on the person who paid me to write it and put their name on it.
I also am often brought in to "consult" on various projects for radio, TV and film. They ask my advice, and then ignore the advice. Does it bother me? Yeah, sure. But then I ask myself, "did the check clear the bank?" Yeah, sure. Okay then.
I have a lot of stuff to write this week, and writers are notorious for not writing. Writing is like sex. We think about it more than we do it, and our thoughts are better than the reality. Thinking is much easier, and no one gets carpal tunnel syndrome from thinking.