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4 May 2016 App Feed NightVision Radio Podcast


NightVision Radio Unveils the Secret Location of Sacred Graveyards Believed to be the Final Resting Place for Holy Relics of Christianity

Holy Relics of Christianity | Are the Sacred Relics Real? - powered by Inception Radio NetworkThursday, May 5th, 2016 at 10:30 pm EDT, the resolute seeker of truth, René Barnett of NightVision Radio solicits researcher and producer Bruce Burgess to verify the authenticity of some Holy Relics of Christianity; such as the skeleton of St. Peter.

BRUCE BURGESS has been writing, producing and directing for over twenty years on a diverse range of subjects from ancient mysteries and the paranormal to global terrorism and the British monarchy. His films have been shown in over fifty countries around the world and have generated over $20 million in sales.

Bruce, who started making The Restaurant Show for Britain’s ITV back in 1992, is known for his investigative specials for SKY, ITV, TLC, Travel Channel and Discovery, which have included Dreamland, The Lost Ark, The Uninvited, The Cattle Files, Impact Earth, The Real Men in Black, Alien Encounter, The Ark of the Covenant Revealed, The Bermuda Triangle Solved, In Search of the Holy Grail, Bigfootville & Return to the Bermuda Triangle.

He is also known for his successful documentary specials on the British Royal Family, including: William: The Making of a King for ITV’s Granada Television and William: A King in Waiting for E! Network ; as well as the two hour special The Royal Soap Opera for ABC ; and more recently, William & Kate: Inside The Royal Wedding for the BBC’s UKTV Channel and Discovery’s TLC.

Burgess has also made Sabina’s Story for BBC2’s Correspondent about the Bosnian War; Bombs and Basques for Channel 4 News about the ETA terrorist group in Spain ; and Broken Dagger for TLC & Discovery Networks International, about Global Terrorism.

Holy Relics of Christianity

Dozens of body parts, chalices, shrouds, dusty boxes and shreds of wood are housed in churches, castles and museums across the world claiming to be authentic Holy Relics of Christianity. From the severed head of John the Baptist, the skeleton of St Peter, and the heart and body of Mary Magdalene, to pieces of the True Cross the blood of Christ, the tongue of St Anthony, and even the milk from the Breast of The Virgin Mary. In many cases they have been venerated by millions of devotees for centuries, but how authentic are they, and just how ‘true’ is their provenance? – bruce-burgess.com.com

Listeners tuned in on Thursday at 10:30 pm eastern to participate in the discussion surrounding some Holy Relics of Christianity, right here on the Inception Radio Network.


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