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Celebrate FREEDOM OF SPEECH and FREEDOM OF THE PRESS with our good pal and so-called "Scariest Man in America" Hart D. Fisher. Okay, he knows how to market himself. In real life, Hart is about as scary as a box of Pop Tarts, and every bit a gentleman. Boris Karloff (Frankenstein's Monster) proved you can be scary professionally and safe as milk personally. Hart D. Fisher is a master of both. This time, Hart is also bringing his lovely wife with him to the Lighten Up Lounge. We will all be on our best behavior.
A true American, Hart D. Fisher champions truth, justice, freedom, and personal responsibility. Since his previous appearance on TRUE CRIMES, Hart has conquered Europe with a hit TV series, rave reviews for his film THE GARBAGE MAN, and has become the latest controversial voice on the #1 True Crime site in America, IN COLD BLOG.
In Cold Blog (ICB), founded by Los Angeles Times and Borders International best selling author Corey Mitchell, is the Internet’s leading true crime blog. With several contributing writers that cover the gamut from Pulitzer Prize nominees, award winning journalists and authors, criminal justice and medical professionals, victim’s rights advocates and even family members of the victim of a serial killer, In Cold Blog has been providing a unique voice to issues involving crime and justice since June 2007.
When In Cold Blog’’s editor, Michelle McKee, went looking for someone to represent the voice of America’s freedom of speech, censorship, morality gone wrong, exploitation, and the removal of one’s Constitutional guarantee of freedom, she looked no further than the notorious publisher of Boneyard Press, Hart D. Fisher.
Fisher’s opinions on serial killers and serial killer culture have been sought by numerous television producers for programs such as ABC's DayOne, CNN's Murder By Numbers, Entertainment Tonight, Larry King Live, The Jerry Springer Show, CNN Headline News, A&E's Biography, and in magazines such as Time, Tattoo Savage, Hero Illustrated, People, The Comics Journal, and the non-fiction best seller The A-Z Guide to Serial Killers, to name only a few.