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  Linda Hopkins - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Linda Hopkins (born Melinda Helen Mathews, December 14, 1924) is an American blues and gospel singer.
Born in New Orleans, Hopkins was discovered at age eleven by Mahalia Jackson, and became very well known in her life time.
Hopkins has long idolized Bessie Smith and won critical plaudits for her rendition of Smith in the theatrical presentation “Jazz Train”.
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Linda did remember another car being involved with the kidnapping, and under hypnotic regression she recalled the license plate number of that car, as well as part of the number of the car in which she rode.
Linda also claimed that in subsequent hypnotic regressions she recalled being on a beach with Dan, Richard, and the third man, and she thought somehow she was being used by the aliens to control the men.
Hopkins, Andrus, Clark, Mack, and Jacobs seem to have accepted a system of beliefs and assumptions that have led to a collision with the "real world." They have been unable to rationally defend their behavior, and Jerome Clark's (1992a) "Torquemada" article is perhaps the single best example of that.
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 Linda Hopkins   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Linda Hopkins was born November 9, 1925 in New Orleans,La. She grew up singing and studying with the great Mahalia Jackson and is truly a New Orleans hidden treasure.
Linda has been heralded for her starring roles in such Broadway hits as “Jazz Train”, “The Last Minstrel Show”, “Black and Blue”;, and most significantly, “Me and Bessie”, her highly successful musical portrayal of Bessie Smith in which also wrote.
Hopkins has long idolized Bessie Smith and won critical plaudits for her rendition of Smith in the theatrical presentation "Jazz Train." She has recorded for numerous labels since the '50s, but has only earned one chart hit, a duet with Jackie Wilson for Brunswick in 1963.
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Indeed, as Hopkins describes his work, his dark, thick eyebrows dance with enthusiasm; these days, it is the bizarre tales of UFOs and the nasty creatures who inhabit them, plucking innocents from their homes in the middle of the night, that consume most of his time.
Hopkins came to suspect that she had been abducted by aliens and by June of 1989 had invited her to join his support group for abductees.
Linda was kidnapped and thrown into a car by Richard and Dan; one of the novel's central characters, Wendy, was kidnapped and thrown into a van by two mystery men.
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Linda did remember another car being involved with the kidnapping, and under hypnotic regression she recalled the license plate number of that automobile, as well as part of the number of the car she was in.
Linda happened to be carrying a tape recorder and was able to surreptitiously record a small part of Dan's questioning, but within a few minutes he discovered and confiscated it.
(Linda told Stefula and Butler that the dignitary was Javier Perez de Cuellar, then Secretary General of the United Nations.) The counsel of ufology's leaders The reader may be tempted to dismiss Linda's account as a preposterous script for a grade B movie, and I personally do not believe her claims.
www.textfiles.com /ufo/UFOBBS/3000/3341.ufo   (1735 words)

  
 A Report on Hopkin's Napolitano Case
Hopkins received another letter from Dan which said that he and Richard were not really police officers but actually security officers who had been driving a very important person (VIP) to a helicopter pad in lower Manhattan when the sighting occurred.
At the February 1 meeting, Linda mentioned that Hopkins had received a letter from "the third man" (the VIP), and she was able to repeat entire sentences from this letter, seemingly verbatim.
Linda and Dan were abducted at the same time and communicated with each other during their abductions.
www.geocities.com /Area51/Corridor/8148/witnessed.html   (9352 words)

  
 Witnessed: True Story of Brooklyn Bridge UFO Abductions; Book Review (Skeptical Inquirer March 1997)
Hopkins reports that at this time the only unusual part of Linda's experience was a verbal exchange she held with the aliens aboard their ship, apparently in their tongue: "NOBBYEGG." "NO KAVE.
After Hopkins' and Linda's checks with the New York Police Department raised questions about whether Richard and Dan were really police officers, Richard and Dan wrote to Hopkins to admit that they were really security officers who had been guarding a VIP, and that the VIP also observed the abduction that night.
In fact, even Hopkins admits that her first guess that she was on the Brooklyn Bridge would have put her facing in the wrong direction to have seen Linda's UFO, so Hopkins decides she was really on the elevated FDR drive.
www.csicop.org /si/9703/hopkins.html   (1942 words)

  
 Comedy: Linda Hopkins
If life is a series of lessons, Linda is in the back of the class making smart ass remarks to her friends.
Linda is the middle child of a typically dysfunctional family but doesn't put much stock in therapy unless it comes with a cover charge and a two drink minimum.
Linda's humor is built around her own shortcomings, her wacky ex-husband, the pitfalls of being a "Martha Stewart" wanna be and just trying find her place in this great big world.
www.actoneentertainment.net /comedian_42.html   (246 words)

  
 A Critique of Budd Hopkins' Case of the UFO Abduction of Linda Napolitano
Linda happened to be carrying a tape recorder and was able to surreptitiously record a few minutes of Dan's
Linda said that the doctor was "nervous" and didn't want to talk about the X-ray.
Clark, and Hopkins have all urged that outsiders cease investigation (despite the massive publicity given to the case).
www.tricksterbook.com /ArticlesOnline/LindaCase.htm   (9446 words)

  
 eBay - linda hopkins, Records, CDs items on eBay.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Linda Hopkins - You Oughta Be Shamed - Northern Soul 45
Jackie Wilson & Linda Hopkins BRUNSWICK 55243 NM RB '63
LINDA HOPKINS: Lonely People Do Foolish Things (soul)
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 Linda Hopkins : How Blue Can You Get - Listen, Review and Buy at ARTISTdirect
Linda Hopkins : How Blue Can You Get
A first-class set of belting blues, wailing ballads, and soulful numbers from the versatile veteran.
Hopkins has done it all throughout her career, and on this live session, cuts loose on vintage and contemporary 12-bar blues with vigor.
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 Linda Hopkins MP3 Downloads - Linda Hopkins Music Downloads - Linda Hopkins Music Videos   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Linda Hopkins MP3 Downloads - Linda Hopkins Music Downloads - Linda Hopkins Music Videos
Although Linda Hopkins had recorded fairly extensively during 1951-65, this LP (her first recording in a decade) was a breakthrough for her.
At the time she was appearing in the successful Broadway musical Me and Bessie, and despite her versatility, she would from then on be associated with the music of Bessie Smith.
www.mp3.com /linda-hopkins/artists/7881/discography.html   (154 words)

  
 Linda Hopkins - Free Music Downloads, Videos, CDs, MP3s, Bio, Merchandise and Links
Linda Hopkins - Free Music Downloads, Videos, CDs, MP3s, Bio, Merchandise and Links
She has recorded classic, traditional, and urban blues, done R&B and soul, jazz, and show tunes, all with distinction and style.
Hopkins has long idolized Bessie Smith and won critical plaudits for her rendition of Smith..
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 Evil Gal Blues by Linda Hopkins: Song Music Downloads   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Sorry, at this time no downloads have been found for "Evil Gal Blues" on album How Blue Can You Get.
Check the albums tab for other downloads from Linda Hopkins.
Sorry, at this time no streams have been found for "Evil Gal Blues" on album How Blue Can You Get.
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 Linda Hopkins   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
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 ISN: Linda K. Hopkins, Chair of Legal Advisory Council
ISN: Linda K. Hopkins, Chair of Legal Advisory Council
Hello, I am Linda Hopkins, the Chair of the ISN Legal Advisory Council.
I am an attorney and partner in a Minnesota law firm that specializes in business and intellectual property law services.
www.sclero.org /isn/hr/bio/hopkins-linda/en.html   (392 words)

  
 Linda Hopkins - Wild Women Blues * - SHOP.COM
Linda Hopkins - Wild Women Blues * - SHOP.COM
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 VH1.com : Linda Hopkins : Artist Main
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 Tower Records - Wild Women Blues * - Linda Hopkins   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Tower Records - Wild Women Blues * - Linda Hopkins
Personnel: Linda Hopkins, Maxine Weldon, Mortonette Jenkins (vocals); Terry Evans (guitar); Robert Kyle (harmonica, tenor saxophone); John Stephens (soprano saxophone, alto saxophone); Charles Biggs (trumpet); Marty Jabara (piano, synthesizer); Al B. Threats (bass); Washington Rucker (drums).
Recorded live at Philharmonie, Koln, Germany and Das Studio, Hamburg, Germany in 1999.
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