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April 30, 2008

Ghost Radio Network is proud to honor women who exceed and excel in life’s daily struggle.
Each year/month/week/day/hour, we will profile different women as they journey through
life at work, home, and play. If you know of a special woman, please submit her name and
the reason she is special to:

Our choice for “Woman of the Year” is Kimberley Ann Graham. She is a trieless worker,
caregiver, mother, wife, entrepreneur, secretary, home school teacher, public relations
expert, San Diego’s 50 Best Moms of 2006.

Last year, Kimberley was awarded the prestigious, “Emdurement Award”, for having
lived twenty consecutive years with Alan “The Dickbag” Graham.

To be continued…

Bamber Kingsley

B of A – Best Bank in Coronado
(Alan Graham video podcast)

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April 28, 2008

Best Bank in Town!!

Coming Soon!

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April 25, 2008

Look here for content just for women.

Book Review

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April 24, 2008

I am a sixty-year old woman, born and bred in Liverpool, England. Looking back on my youth, the Sixties were most certainly an unforgettable and magical era. I recall sneaking off to my clandestine lunchtime sessions at the Cavern Club where the not-yet-famous Beatles would gig almost daily. My three big brothers, John, Alan, and Frankie, were in the thick of that magical time and I used to follow them around like a puppy dog.

John was the first to depart Liverpool and head for London where all the action was. He went on to become the road manager for a then famous group known as Johnny Kidd and the Pirates.

Alan followed soon after where he met his American girlfriend whom he later married. I travelled from Liverpool to Surrey in London where they were living to meet their beautiful new baby boy, ”Dylan”. Shortly after, they left England for a new life in America. I was heartbroken. My two big brothers had gone from my life. Only Frankie remained in Liverpool where he met and married his childhood sweet heart, Lana…

But I digress — never a real Doors fan, I read every book that was ever written about them. The reason being was that the American girl my brother Alan had married in 1967 just happened to be Jim Morrison’s sister, Anna. After reading each and every book, I would call Alan and ask him, ”Is this true or fiction?” His reply would always be the same. ”Norma it is lies, all lies. Nobody outside the Morrison family ever knew the real Jim. One day when the time is right, I am going to write my own book and tell it like it really was, who the real Jim Morrison was”. Like a mantra he would repeat, ”One day when the time is right I will tell it like it really was.”

Well, lo and behold, he did it! Alan’s new book, “I REMEMBER”, is an amazing read and an absolute must for the millions of Morrison fans all over the globe. It is extra special to me because over a forty-year span, Alan had already told me all those crazy stories especially as those concerning Jim. My brother, Alan Graham, was then and still is a lunatic of Olympian standards. He is also a true humanitarian and works tirelessly devoting his time and energy to numerous charities.
In my opinion, it is like he brought the Lizard King back to life for a while. He told it like it really was. Well done, our kid! Your family in the great city of Liverpool, England beams with pride.

Norma Veronica Malins

Book Review

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April 24, 2008

A “Must Read” For Doors Fans., April 6, 2008
By M.E.W. “MEW” (California)

Reading “I Remember” you sense you have been privileged to be sitting in a cozy living room, after a family holiday meal, listening to the stories and memories of relatives past and present, being told by those who were actually there to experience them.

With this new book, Alan Graham doesn’t purport to offer yet another “know-all, tell-all” exposé of some famous character who is no longer present to speak to the validity of the events. Instead, Graham relates, with no pretentiousness, the sometimes funny, sometimes poignant personal association with Jim Morrison.

If you’re looking for sensationalism, Grahams book will not satiate your curiosity. However, if you want to experience the true dynamic of the real Morrison, you won’t be disappointed by Graham’s personal revelations.

The stories Graham presents read like a stream of consciousness, but streaming from a sane and stable mind with no personal agenda. “I Remember” allows the reader a personal insight into the real life of the legend. Alan Graham’s style is both candid and sophisticated while remaining ingenuous. He is able to draw out philosophical and psychological essentialities that were Jim Morrison.

Reading Alan Graham’s new book gives you the sense that you have had an intimate glimpse into the life of the Lizard King, told by a family member who was actually there to experience it.


Your T-Shirt Store
by Alan Graham
(video podcast)

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April 16, 2008

Where does Alan Graham get those

Car by Alan Graham
(video podcast)

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April 13, 2008

Let’s Make a Deal !!!

East Berlin by Alan Graham
(video Podcast)

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April 12, 2008

Alan Pays the Toll !!!

Vision by Alan Graham
(video Podcast)

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April 11, 2008

You won’t believe your eyes!

Berks Jazz Fest 2008 – chapter 2
(video Podcast)

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April 9, 2008

Eric plays his heart out and signs autographs.

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