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The Zozo Phenomenon

The Zozo Phenomenon probes the mystery behind a malevolent Ouija spirit named Zozo. (Rebecca Smith) For decades, unsuspecting users of spirit (Ouija) boards have been pestered and attacked by a malevolent entity that calls itself Zozo: The King of Kings. […]

Zozo ouija board (Rebecca Smith)

The Zozo Phenomenon

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The Zozo Phenomenon probes the mystery behind a malevolent Ouija spirit named Zozo. (Rebecca Smith) For decades, unsuspecting users of spirit (Ouija) boards have been pestered and attacked by a malevolent entity that calls itself Zozo: The King of Kings. […]

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The candlelit sanctuary of St. Alphonsus Church in Baltimore, Maryland. (Anthony C. Hayes)

St. Alphonsus Church hosts Christmas candlelight service, tour

The candlelit sanctuary of St. Alphonsus Church in Baltimore, Maryland. (Anthony C. Hayes) On Saturday evening, December 26, St. Alphonsus Church in Baltimore hosted a Christmas week candlelight Mass followed

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Ravi Zacharias: Christian apologist proclaims a reasonable faith

In every generation there is a unique voice of reason concisely arguing the verity of the Christian faith. For more than 43 years, Ravi Zacharias has been this generation’s

The Rite Aid Pharmacy on North Avenue was just one of the targets of the looters. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Baltimore Riots: Businesses will help rebuild city

The Rite Aid Pharmacy on North Avenue was just one of the targets of the looters. (Anthony C. Hayes) By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com The 60th anniversary annual meeting of the Greater Baltimore

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Racial tension haunts Baltimore across chasm of 45 years

Artist Nether works on his Freddie Gray mural. (Photo by Bonnie J. Schupp) Today marks the 45th anniversary of Ohio National Guard soldiers fatally shooting four students during a protest

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Baltimore Riots: Political prosecution of police helps restore order

Photo above by Susan Melkisethian with Flickr Creatives Commons License By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Marilyn Mosby made a calculated political decision to prosecute six Baltimore police officers in the death of

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Baltimore Riots: Media Roundup

Baltimore City police trying to keep the peace during the ongoing protests. (Erik Hoffman) Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake on Sunday lifted Baltimore’s citywide curfew, effective immediately. The curfew, as originally ordered, was

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Baltimore deserves better leadership

On NBC’s Meet the Press Sunday, former mayor and governor Martin O’Malley and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Baltimore deserves better. The citizens of Charm City, black and white, dutifully

Several thousand students marched in support of Freddie Gray during the week. (Andre Small)

Baltimore is the pride of America

Several thousand students marched in support of Freddie Gray during the week. (Andre Small) I believe in Baltimore. I don’t believe for a second that Baltimore is the Shame of America.

(Andre Small)

Baltimore Riots: Week in Review

Editor's Note: The Baltimore Riots turned into world headlines with every single network station devoting entire broadcasts to the story. This is a snapshot of a week in review

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