Kent Daniel Bentkowski “Kentroversy" has passed away
2008 08 07

By Henrik Palmgren | redicecreations.com

We’re very sad to announce that our good friend, researcher and frequent guest on Red Ice Creations Radio, Kent Daniel Bentkowski or “Kentroversy” has passed away.

He died Wednesday, July 30th, 2008 in his home. He is survived by his widow Paula, son Anthony, and Sister Esther.

His wife Paula suggested that anyone who wanted to send a memorial should donate to Buffalo, New York, USA area Hospice Care.

Henrik and Greg from Occult of Personality talked about Kent’s passing, his health and his work.

Listen
Download and listen to our announcement here (mp3)

The news about Kent’s passing came so quick and it’s difficult to comprehend that Kent no longer is with us on this plane.

Thank you for all your work Kent. We will miss you greatly!

Kent’s Websites:
The Kentroversy Papers
The Kentroversy Tapes

All Red Ice Radio programs with Kent

These are links to mp3 files:

Kent Daniel Bentkowski - Eyes Wide Shut
January 21, 2007

Kent Daniel Bentkowski - "24" Nukes & the Global Elite
January 21, 2007

Kent Daniel Bentkowski - ’Big Sister’ Hillary Clinton
April 1, 2007

Kent Daniel Bentkowski - Anatomy Of A False-Flag Terror Attack
April 1, 2007

Kent Daniel Bentkowski - Freemasonic Symbolism in the Death of JFK
June 28, 2007

Kent Daniel Bentkowski - Family ties to the Illuminati
June 28, 2007

Kent Daniel Bentkowski - The Microchip Agenda
September 27, 2007

Kent Daniel Bentkowski - Thelema & Magic
October 3, 2007

Kent Daniel Bentkowski - Financial Crisis & The Housing Bubble - Part 1 | Part 2
December 31, 2007

Kent Daniel Bentkowski - The Predictive Properties of the Star Trek Franchise
April 27, 2008



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In Memoriam K.D.B.
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