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Bill Russo
Worked at Cape Cod Author & Writer
Attended Grahm Jr College
Lives in Cape Cod
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The Grim Weepers
Excerpt from Chapter 3  of the  Creature From the  Bridgewater Triangle: The Grim Weepers: They had not far to go nor long to look, for the golden haired lady always made her way to the town dock, where she stood and watched the horizon for the return of da...
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Banned on Kindle, Read my new Book on Tradebit
After successfully publishing over six books on Amazon Kindle, I have had a bit of a scuffle with both the robots and the humans who are running the platform. I compiled, edited, updates, and annotated 10 stories from the early 1900s.  The tales were all pu...
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Dear Flabby: How can I keep Pests Out of the Garden?
Dear Flabby  Ask Uncle Flabby anything.  He answers for free. There is no money back guarantee.  Advice to the Lovelorn, Forlorn, Timeworn, and Everybody Else Today's Question:  How do I keep bugs and such out of my vegetable garden? If growing your own foo...
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At the Edge of the Hockomock Swamp
Bill Russo lived at the edge of the  Hockomock Swamp for years  without knowing that there were  strange creatures in it, until he  met one.  While on a midnight walk,  a hairy, potbellied  Puckwudgie beckoned to him. "Keer. Keer!  KEER!" it said. Bill and ...
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by Bill Russo  Here's a song I wrote song about a church on Cape Cod  that's only open in the Summer for the tourists. As a church, that is  But it's open 52 weeks a year for Friday Night Bingo. I call the church:  "Our Lady of Perpetual Bingo".  And I name...
by Bill Russo  Here's a song I wrote song about a church on Cape Cod that's only open in the Summer for the tourists.As a church, that is But it's open 52 weeks a year for Friday Night Bingo.I call the church:...
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Dear Flabby - Advice to the Lovelorn, Forlorn, Timeworn and Everybody Else
Ask Uncle Flabby anything.  He answers for free. There is no money back guarantee.  This guest post is from the book 101 Amazing Ways to Say, "I Love You".   The question posed to Dear Flabby is:  "How do I tell her that we are going to break up?" Uncle Fla...
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Read the Owners Manual for Jewelry - You Have Nothing to Lose But the Dirt!
Now Available on Amazon Kindle for just 99 cents  The Lowdown on Jewelry Cleanup  (The Owner's Manual for fine Jewelry)  Written by Bill Russo after a decade of cleaning jewelry in fairs, flea markets, and in BJs Wholesale Clubs on the Northeast Coast. "You...
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The Bridgewater Triangle is Coming to National Television in August
The Bridgewater Triangle  Documentary makes its nationally televised debut on Saturday, August 15 at ten p.m. on Discovery's Destination America channel. The news was announced recently by the film's co-directors, Aaron Cadieux and Manny Famolare .   The mo...
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High Seas Adventures and Killer Catfish!
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Reviews of Jimmy Catfish - click the link to find Jimmy http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XH8XY9Q 5 By Jeremy
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is a very interesting read of an old town hosting one of the most
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50,000 Europeans Slaughter 5,000 Native Americans and they Call it a WAR
Yellow Feather/Massasoit:  Plymouth, Massachusetts 395 years ago, the Cape Cod Wampanoags drove the  invading Europeans from their island, forcing the foreigners  into an area now called Plymouth, Massachusetts - where a  related group of of Native American...
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by Bill Russo Yippee!!!!!!!!!!!!! Noted Portland, Maine writer Stephen King  of "Cujo" fame, just put me on the list of 96 authors he  recommends for young writers. Thank you Mr. King. I loved  "Thinner". He must have read my new book on "How to be  the Nex...
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Waiting For Fried Foods To Be Good For Us Again!
 by Bill Russo - the Amazon Kindle Author  of Jimmy Catfish, Swamp Tales, The Creature From the Bridgewater Triangle & others.   Waiting for the Fried Foods To Be Good For Me! When
I was a child the Doctor said eggs were good for me, eat one or two
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Education
  • Grahm Jr College
    Communications
    Broadcast Journalism, Newswriting, Radio and Television production. History of Public Media
  • Huntington Preparatory School
    Boston, Massachusetts
  • Fisher College
    Creative Writing
    4.0 GPA in Creative Writing Courses
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Author of the book, Worst to First, the 1914 Boston Miracle Braves. Recently #20 in paid sports books.
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High Rated Writer on Hubpages (Hubscore ranging from 97 to 100) : Former Broadcaster & Newspaper Editor
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  • Cape Cod Author & Writer
    Author of the popular booklet, Worst to First - the 1914 Boston Miracle Braves. Contributor to the nationally distributed Documentary Film, The Bridgewater Triangle. Popular blogger on Google Plus and on Hubpages, with more than 100,000 page views.
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Cape Cod
The restaurant was dirty, the staff untrained, and the manager was out having a cigarette while no cleaning was being done, and there were no customers in store except for me. When I asked for a meatball sandwich with provolone cheese, the trainee/server said, "We don't have any provolone." The manager finally came in and found some provolone and made my sandwich......sadly she made it with stale bread ! ! ! It was hard and tasteless. EAT STALE & DIRTY at SUBWAY IN DENNIS PORT
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