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Glenn Meade was born into a working-class family in Dublin, Ireland. After finishing secondary school he had a tough time choosing between studying theology or engineering, but eventually engineering won out and he studied telecommunications. Soon after graduating, he lived and worked in New Hampshire. He worked as a specialist in the field of pilot training—having had a life-long interest in aviation—and has also been a journalist for the Irish Times and the Independent.

While living in New Hampshire, he persistently tried to interview the famously reclusive author of CATCHER IN THE RYE, J.D. Salinger, an effort that only served to vex Salinger, who set his dogs on Meade, who luckily managed to outrun Salinger’s hounds and survive.
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Joe Boyle and the Romanov Crown Jewels

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For all those who wrote asking me about the truth of my story, The Romanov Conspiracy, and the fate of the Romanov Crown jewels which ended up in Ireland shortly before Joe Boyle's death, may I suggest you read the Wiki account below, regarding the Imperial crown jewels.Those who know their Irish history will also know that the official story of how the jewe Read more of this blog post »
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“Whatever begins to exist has a cause.”
Glenn Meade, The Second Messiah

“I am reminded of the query made about man's inhumanity to man in the concentration camps. The question was asked: At Auschwitz, tell me, where was God?

And the answer came: Where was man?

For it was men alone who did this evil. Not God or religion or men acting in the name of God or religion. But simply men.”
Glenn Meade, The Last Witness

“the way we ignore the suffering of others and close our ears to their cries of pain. The way we disrespect our fellow man and are selfish for our own needs. Much of human suffering is avoidable. But a righteous path has a high price, and many are not prepared to pay that price.”
Glenn Meade, The Second Messiah

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