The Mysterious Connection Between the Black Dahlia and Fauna Hodel | survivethewalkingdead.com

As much as I would like to say that I solved the mystery of the murder of Elizabeth Short, a.k.a. The Black Dahlia, I cannot. But the man who did is a retired L.A. Homicide Detective. This is the back story of that mystery; directly connected to the alleged killer. I discovered this infinitely more […]

Banking Fraud – Prevention and Control | survivethewalkingdead.com

Banking Fraud is posing a threat to Indian Economy. Its vibrant effect can be understood to be the fact that in the year 2004 number of Cyber ​​Crime were 347 in India which rose to 481 in 2005 showing an increase of 38.5% while IPC category crime stand at 302 in 2005 including 186 cases […]

Clinical Evidence For Glioblastoma Mutliforme Treatment Plans | survivethewalkingdead.com

A compilation of survivor stories for people with brain cancer and specifically GBMs. Most of the survivors listed used natural and/or homeopathic treatments. There are also stories of people who solely did traditional treatments-chemotherapy and radiation. Unfortunately, there are not too many survivors who used chemo and radiation that are more than five years out […]

Dubai Holiday Story | survivethewalkingdead.com

In this article I will share with you my Dubai holiday experience, so that you can get a feeling of the city, on top of the factual touristic reviews. I stayed in a nice hotel in the center of the city, but had to use taxi to go around, as the interesting places are not […]

Motivational Stories: Moses the Liberator of Israel | survivethewalkingdead.com

Everyone has a purpose in life no matter how big or small they may seem. Being small or thinking you are not worth anything should never sway you from achieving something positive in life. Anyone can bring about change, and they do not have to be born rich to bring about this change. The change […]

Success And Survival Tips From The Crocodile Island | survivethewalkingdead.com

Five friends went on a fishing trip down the Zambesi. Their terrifying story was dramatised recently on a UK Channel 4 program. Arthur Taylor and Alistair Gellatly, two experienced Safari guides, planned the trip. They did not anticipate trouble. Fay Taylor, Arthur’s English wife, and her parents Clive and Brenda Kelly went with them. Brenda […]

New Business – Survival Strategies For Your New Venture | survivethewalkingdead.com

An alarming number of new businesses collapse in the first year of operation, and many of the survivors do not live to see their fifth birthday. Try to follow the suggestions in this article if you do not want your venture to join the long list of failed businesses. 1. If you can, start your […]

Book Summary Start-Up Nation – The Story of Israel’s Economic Miracle – By Dan Senor and Saul Singer | survivethewalkingdead.com

This book is about innovation and entrepreneurship. Israel has been successful despite of the pain the nation has endeared. They have thrived because their survival depends upon it. This book is a story that embodies tenacity, insatiable questioning of authority, and determined informality, with a unique attitude toward failure, teamwork, mission, risk and cross-disciplinary creativity. […]

Living With Chemotherapy: Tips From A Survivor | survivethewalkingdead.com

Chemotherapy is a word that strikes fear into most of our hearts. We’ve seen the movies and heard such horrible stories about undergoing this difficult treatment for a disease that could very well kill us. I underwent chemo for breast cancer and know that, in some cases, the cancer isn’t hard … it isn’t painful […]

Traditional Stories in Sierra Leone: What Role for Librarians? | survivethewalkingdead.com

INTRODUCTION Stories are as old as language, as old as the earliest societies. A few of the earliest stories even survive: those told in pictorial form on walls of cave in Lascaux, in France or in the Mpongweni Mountains in Lesotho. And others have come down to us in the world’s myths and folklore to […]