Whitley Strieber's Dreamland
Saturday February 7, 2009

William Henry and the Egyptian Tragedy

William Henry, Jim Marrs and thirty-two other people went on a tour of Egypt's monuments last week, and on Wednesday, one of the tour participants, a young woman, died in her sleep. This sparked a flood of internet rumors, including one that the group had been attacked by terrorists and other rumors that black magic had been involved. Listen as William Henry tells the truth about how this tragedy actually unfolded. He also describes what was an unusually joyous tour for all the participants until the tragedy, and how they came together to honor their comrade in her passing afterward, and the extraordinary power of place that Egypt itself brought to the tragic situation. William Henry's website is WilliamHenry.net.

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