Clyde Lewis
American radio personality
Clyde Lewis
Clyde Lewis is an American talk radio host and actor. He is the creator and host of Ground Zero, a talk radio show dealing with paranormal and parapolitical topics. Lewis’ career in radio began in Utah in 1982, and he created Ground Zero in 1995 in Salt Lake City. Lewis has produced Ground Zero programs online, on radio and on television.
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Keep Portland Paranormal
The Portland Mercury - about 4 years
Portland has been a hotbed for paranormal activity and investigations since the 1940s. WHAT IS UP? by Alex Zielinski JENNIFER ANDERSON loves listening to people that aren't really there. From irritated pioneers to lonely prostitutes, the Oregon native's heard it all—a result of many long nights recording seemingly one-sided conversations with eroding gravestones and empty basements. And she's not stopping anytime soon. "Ghosts are just as real as you and me," says Anderson, who received a degree in physics years back. "We're all just electricity floating around up here. Might as well make the connection." Anderson isn't alone in her paranormal pursuits. Whether it's rumors of werewolves in St. Johns or UFOs over Milwaukie, the Portland region has been teeming with folks on the hunt for the unexplained since the 1940s. From blurry Sasquatch photos, creepy underground tunnels, abandoned chemical weapon and nuclear waste sites—th ...
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E&R : Augmentation troublante de convois ferroviaires militaires aux États ... - Le Post (Blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Clyde Lewis, un vétéran, animateur de radio, a reçu plusieurs appels faisant état de mouvements militaires vus à la fois dans Portland et Oregon City, Oregon. La question est : où vont ces centaines de véhicules et pourquoi ? À la fin de Juin,
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Persimmon "buy" - sharewise.com
Google News - over 5 years
New York (aktiencheck.de AG) - Clyde Lewis, Aynsley Lammin, Ami Galla und Mike Pinkney, Analysten der Citigroup, bewerten die Aktie von Persimmon (ISIN GB0006825383/ WKN 882058) weiterhin mit "buy". Das Kursziel werde unverändert bei 6 GBP gesehen
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Holcim "hold" - sharewise.com
Google News - over 5 years
New York (aktiencheck.de AG) - Clyde Lewis, Aynsley Lammin, Ami Galla und Mike Pinkney, Analysten der Citigroup, bewerten die Aktie von Holcim (ISIN CH0012214059/ WKN 869898) weiterhin mit "hold". Das Kursziel werde unverändert bei 60 CHF gesehen
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Wienerberger "hold" - sharewise.com
Google News - over 5 years
New York (aktiencheck.de AG) - Clyde Lewis, Aynsley Lammin, Ami Galla und Mike Pinkney, Analysten der Citigroup, stufen die Aktie von Wienerberger (ISIN AT0000831706/ WKN 852894) mit "hold" ein. Das Kursziel werde bei EUR 14,50 gesehen
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dpa-AFX Überblick: ANALYSTEN-EINSTUFUNGEN vom 03.08.2011 - Handelsblatt Financial Informer
Google News - over 5 years
Die Kennziffern zum zweiten Quartal hätten die Markterwartungen etwas verfehlt, schrieb Analyst Clyde Lewis in einer Studie vom Mittwoch. Er habe seine Schätzungen für 2011 und 2012 um acht respektive zwei Prozent reduziert
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Saint-Gobain neues Kursziel - sharewise.com
Google News - over 5 years
New York (aktiencheck.de AG) - Clyde Lewis, Aynsley Lammin, Ami Galla und Mike Pinkney, Analysten der Citigroup, bestätigen das "buy"-Rating für die Aktie von Saint-Gobain (ISIN FR0000125007/ WKN 872087). Das Kursziel werde von 50 EUR auf 52 EUR erhöht
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Holcim "hold" - Stock World
Google News - over 5 years
New York (aktiencheck.de AG) - Clyde Lewis, Aynsley Lammin, Ami Galla und Mike Pinkney, Analysten der Citigroup, stufen die Aktie von Holcim (ISIN CH0012214059 / WKN 869898 ) unverändert mit "hold" ein. Das Kursziel werde weiterhin bei 60 Schweizer
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dpa-AFX Überblick: ANALYSTEN-EINSTUFUNGEN vom 15.07.2011 - Main Post
Google News - over 5 years
Er habe seine Gewinnschätzungen wegen des starken Franken reduziert, schrieb Analyst Clyde Lewis in einer Branchenstudie vom Freitag. Die Baustoffproduzenten dürften insgesamt durchwachsene Resultate vorlegen. Die Absatzentwicklung schwächle in vielen
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Saint-Gobain "buy" - Stock World
Google News - over 5 years
New York (aktiencheck.de AG) - Clyde Lewis, Aynsley Lammin, Ami Galla und Mike Pinkney, Analysten der Citigroup, stufen die Aktie von Saint-Gobain (ISIN FR0000125007 / WKN 872087 ) unverändert mit dem Rating "buy" ein. Das Kursziel werde nach wie vor
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Rose Conder Lewis Jacobson - Daily Herald
Google News - over 5 years
Rose and Dean had two children, William Dean Lewis and Richard Clyde Lewis. She was preceded in death by her husband; youngest son, Richard; 1 granddaughter and one great-great-granddaughter. She is survived by her eldest son, William (Georgianna)
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KXL MAKES EXCLUSIVE MOVE FROM 750AM TO 101.1FM - 750 KXL
Google News - over 5 years
The additions of John Batchelor and Clyde Lewis' Ground Zero have added tremendous interest and variety at night. Please know KXL is not changing perspective. We will continue to showcase Steve and Rebecca on the morning news 5-9 am, Lars Larson,
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Lafarge "hold" - boerse.de (Pressemitteilung)
Google News - almost 6 years
New York (aktiencheck.de AG) - Clyde Lewis, Aynsley Lammin, Ami Galla und und Mike Pinkney, Analysten der Citigroup, stufen die Aktie von Lafarge (ISIN FR0000120537/ WKN 850646) mit "hold" ein. Das Kursziel werde nach wie vor bei 50 EUR gesehen
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Barratt increases public sector land acquisitions - Financial Times
Google News - almost 6 years
Clyde Lewis, a housebuilding analyst at Citi, said the housebuilder, which carries an estimated average net debt of £800m, could be caught out if there was a sudden pick-up in demand. “They have tidied up the financial structure of the business,
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National Briefing | Mid-Atlantic: Maryland: 2 Elderly Men In Fatal Rules Dispute
NYTimes - over 10 years
A longstanding feud over house rules at a high-rise apartment building for the elderly in Baltimore led one resident to shoot and kill another, the police said. The shooting, on Monday, apparently occurred after a desk clerk, 66, refused to allow the granddaughter of a resident, 80, to board an elevator without a visitor's pass, the police said.
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FILM REVIEW; Toxic Twins Trade Places and Do Battle
NYTimes - over 15 years
There's no place like home, especially if that home is anything like Tromaville, N.J., the rockin' 'n' rollin' self-proclaimed Toxic Chemical Capital of the World. If you would like to visit the place, one way, according to the latest installment of the ''Toxic Avenger'' films, is to grab yourself a pair of ruby slippers and do as Dorothy did in
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Clyde Lewis
    FORTIES
  • 2012
    Age 47
    On July 30, 2012, it was announced that Premiere Radio Networks had picked up nationwide syndication rights to Ground Zero.
    More Details Hide Details The show has been nationally broadcast on weeknights from 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm Pacific time, beginning August 27, 2012. The show then continues from 10:00 pm - Midnight on KXL-FM in Portland. Some of the guests who have been interviewed on Ground Zero: While hosting his show "In the Pink", Lewis was among the first to begin synchronizing Pink Floyd's album The Dark Side of the Moon with the movie The Wizard of Oz, creating what is now known as Dark Side of the Rainbow. Lewis has appeared as a recurring commentator on cable television on two shows: Mad as Hell TV, hosted by Courtney Scott, and Outside the Box, hosted by Alex Ansary, both aired by Portland Community Media. The Southern California band, Sons of Nothing, wrote a song called "Mr. Serious" about Clyde Lewis, included on their 2006 album, Clarity.
  • 2011
    Age 46
    On April 1, 2011, it was announced Clyde Lewis was returning to KXL-FM, the Portland, Oregon, flagship station where he was first syndicated.
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  • 2010
    Age 45
    During the summer of 2010 Clyde brought back his live audience shows and presented them at a Masonic lodge in north Portland.
    More Details Hide Details The shows received a mixed response. The shows failed to capture the same enthusiasm as the lounge shows and were subsequently cancelled on October 29, 2010. A new bar opened in Portland to showcase Clyde's work in 2011. The Jack London bar, situated in the basement of one of Clyde's favorite bars "The Rialto" now features the Ground Zero Lounge once a month. The Rialto is said to be the bar where Clyde claims he met an M.I.B.(Man In Black.)
  • 2009
    Age 44
    Ground Zero Lounge held its final episode on December 7, 2009.
    More Details Hide Details It was discontinued due to scheduling conflicts involved in Lewis's return to terrestrial radio.
  • 2005
    Age 40
    In 2005, footage was shot at Ground Zero Lounge for the purpose of featuring Lewis in the Conspiracy Theories episode of Penn and Teller's show, Bullshit!, which described the event as "karaoke night for whack jobs".
    More Details Hide Details In December 2005, the Idaho Observer published Lewis's essay, "The Harm Principle"
  • THIRTIES
  • 2003
    Age 38
    Lewis and Dr. Larry Johns, who ran the Portland Alien Museum, began a Tuesday night discussion group at Bodacious Classics in 2003, Ground Zero Live.
    More Details Hide Details It became the Ground Zero Lounge, a show performed at Portland's premiere night club, Dante's. Clyde Lewis's weekly discussion event, Ground Zero Lounge, was held at a local nightclub, Dante's. The spoken word show featured Ground Zero's traditional topics as well as current news about politics and the paranormal, and audience members were free to take the microphone and respond.
  • 2002
    Age 37
    In 2002, Ground Zero began airing advertisements for a Portland bar, Bodacious Classics.
    More Details Hide Details In February of that year, the bar's owner, Ralph McKee, began holding Sci-Fi Night on Thursdays. Lewis, McKee and Jim Colvill created "Klingon Karaoke", in which Colvill dressed in a Star Trek-inspired Klingon costume and performed well-known songs, such as "Bad to the Bone", "Born to Be Wild", and "My Way", translated into the Klingon language. Patrons often arrived dressed in costumes themselves. In 2003, Vancouver, Washington members of the Star Wars fan group, the 501st Legion, began to attend, dressing as stormtroopers, and one of them, styled The Singing Stormtrooper, sang cover songs as well. The heavy metal band Stovokor, who also dress as Klingons, performed on occasion.
  • 2001
    Age 36
    Ground Zero moved to Portland's KOTK. His producer from 2001–2004 was a former NASA contractor, Daniel Cascaddan.
    More Details Hide Details Other producers included Aaron Duran, with whom Lewis created the spinoff show News at Ground Zero, to which Sadie Gregg contributed. MAX 910 went off the air due to a format change in 2005, ending Ground Zero's broadcasts on radio for four years. Ground Zero aired on "Krocks Radio One", an Internet radio station on Fridays from 10 pm to 1 am from August 2009 to December 2009. This show was discontinued due to his taking the news position at 750 KXL. Krocks Radio One continued to air the live shows from KUFO and aired replays of the show throughout the week. In December 2009, Ground Zero returned to radio on Portland's Rock FM 101.1 KUFO-FM on Sunday nights. In taking on an additional freelance news position at 750 AM KXL, Lewis had to discontinue his weekly event, Ground Zero Lounge. In November 2010, Clyde Lewis severed all ties with KROCKS Radio One due to undisclosed differences.
  • 1999
    Age 34
    Lewis moved to Portland, Oregon, at the behest of Rick Emerson, his former co-host on Drive-By Radio, to produce Emerson's new syndicated show; his last KBER broadcast was May 16, 1999. Ground Zero was subsequently picked up by the NBG Radio Network. The show lost its syndication in June 2001, after Lewis claimed on the air that the pending execution of Timothy McVeigh would result in a terrorist attack on United States soil, an eventuality that could, he suggested, be averted by keeping McVeigh alive long enough to extract information from him about existing terrorist cells in the country.
    More Details Hide Details Advertisers pulled their support, and NBG dropped Ground Zero after a contract dispute. Lewis wrote about the broadcast and the subsequent September 11 attacks in his essay "America's 911".
  • 1997
    Age 32
    Lewis was investigated by the FBI after his remark during the broadcast on March 25, 1997, a night marked by a full moon, that “This would be a great night for some cult to commit suicide.” That same night, 39 members of the Heaven's Gate cult committed suicide at Rancho Santa Fe in California.
    More Details Hide Details Lewis had no connection with the cult; his remark had been a grisly coincidence.
  • 1995
    Age 30
    He started Ground Zero in 1995 in Salt Lake City.
    More Details Hide Details Lewis has produced Ground Zero programs online, on radio and on television. Ground Zero is a show whose scope includes paranormal, political, and entertainment topics. The show began in 1995 as KULT Radio at KCNR. One week later, under pressure from those who disliked the name, he changed it to Ground Zero. Two weeks after that came the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, after which he was pressured to change the name again, but refused. The AM talk station programmed the show on Sundays before two nationally syndicated paranormal radio shows - Art Bell and Whitley Strieber's Dreamland as well as Michael F. Corbin's Paranet Continuum. When the show moved to KBER, it became the top-rated show in its time slot in Salt Lake City.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1969
    Age 4
    He also believes the moon landing in 1969 was faked.
    More Details Hide Details Lewis says President Barack Obama was born in Africa and is therefore not eligible to be president of the United States. He says that Obama "was conceived during a CIA operation" to infiltrate "communists" because "communists were black at that time." President George W. Bush was also a project of intelligence agencies, having been subjected to mind control in order to turn him into a "Manchurian candidate," according to Lewis. Lewis speaks positively of Russian President Vladimir Putin, as reflected on his Ground Zero website: "Vladimir Putin has been instrumental in rebelling against the hostile encroachment of the World Government and has challenged Barack Obama on his decisions to embrace the new World Order." Lewis regularly cites weather control by the government or "rogue scientists" to manipulate global politics, once suggesting that Hurricane Sandy was created to help Obama by delaying the 2012 presidential election. He says Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, "has every chance of being the Anti-Christ" and claims Men in Black once bombed his car "to scare him".
  • 1964
    Born
    Born on February 22, 1964.
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