Rik Clay’s interviews on Red Ice Radio - All Four Hours
By Henrik Palmgren | redicecreations.com
Here we make available all the four hours of radio interviews that Red Ice Radio did with Rik Clay back in June of 2008.
Rik Clay took his own life on August the 28th. His ashes are scattered upon Ilkley Moor, overlooking the town above Rocky Valley, at grid ref 126464. Symbolically (and some have said sinisterly) this occured on Thursday the 11th of September, 2008.
We make these interviews available for everyone who haven’t yet been able to hear them as they have had a big impact on many people and the information about the 2012 Zion Olympics in London is essential.
Feel free to spread these programs far and wide. You can also embed the players on your site/blog. Click menu on each player to grab the code.
A lot can be learned both from Rik’s research but also from his journey and this tragedy. We encourage you to listen to the two-hour program that we did with Ian Crane shortly after Rik’s death. This program was recorded the same day Rik’s ashes was scattered. You can tune in to this program here:
We miss you Rik!
if you know of other places on the web where Rik’s blog and articles have been archived, please contact us (look under the contact link in the menuabove) and let us know, so we can link it up on this page.
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