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Legend of JC Brown

Stephen Sindoni takes you on his expedition up to Mt. Shasta to solve the Legend of JC Brown. This legend has been one of America's best kept secrets....

 
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  • Legend Of J.C. Brown
    by Stephen on July 21, 2017 at 5:28 PM
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    Researcher Stephen Sindoni shares his findings surrounding the Legend of J.C. Brown with fellow researcher and author Cort Lindahl. Broadcast date July 19th, 2017.

  • J C Brown Treasure Route- Laredo Nationa...
    by Stephen on June 18, 2017 at 10:20 PM
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    Published on Jun 18, 2017 http://sindonisays.comStockton and Lemuria: Case Closed Record columnist Mike Fitzgerald Posted Jun 3, 2017 at 1:30 PM

    A New York paranormal researcher and filmmaker says he?s finally cracked the case of a mysterious man who pulled off the most outlandish flimflam in Stockton history. Stephen Sindoni says after years of sleuthing he?s discovered the true identity of a ?J.C. Brown? who in 1934 tricked scores of Stocktonians into believing in a fabled place called Lemururia. ?

    The information below will connect the dots,? Sindoni writes. ?American folklore and legend has now one less mystery.? Come with me down the rabbit hole as I explain. And remember, I don?t make ?em up. I just report ?em. The Stockton Record of June 9, 1934, reported that 80 Stocktonians were found that morning at the inner harbor waiting in vain for boats. When questioned, the people said they had signed onto an archeological expedition. One supposed to take them north to Mount Shasta and deep inside the mountain. There, these people believed, recently had been discovered remains of a race of higher beings, the Lemurians. Lemuria is a legend, ?the Atlantis of the Pacific.? Many Stocktonians had sold their houses and quit jobs, expecting to become rich and famous, like Lord Carnavon had done a decade earlier by discovering the treasure-filled tomb of Tutankhamen. Except the boats didn?t come. It was all bullpucky. The Record ran a jubilant, top-of-the fold, page 1 headline: 80 Stocktonians Left Behind in Search for ?Lost Continent.′ When the reporter got around to the ?who? and ?why,? the victims said they had been attending daily lectures on Lemuria held in a house on the 1700 block of North San Joaquin Street. The lecturer, a mining engineer who claimed to have discovered it, called himself J.C. Brown. Cultured, white-haired, Brown, 79, said he had stumbled onto a hidden door on Mount Shasta while doing geological research. The door opened onto a tunnel. In spellbinding detail, Brown described descending 11 miles to what he called ?the Village? and finding among its dwellings, streets and ornate altars 27 skeletons of beings up to 10 feet in height; an embalmed king and queen; and a fortune in gold, radium and copper. Brown was supposed to lead the expedition. But on departure day the boats (which had unbreakable Lemurian glass bottoms, Brown said) Brown did a royal Houdini. He was never heard from again. Reporters investigating found he wasn?t who he said he was. But they never established Brown?s true identity. Or why he?d run such an elaborate ruse ? he never took a penny from anybody. I reported this delightful, baffling tale 10 years ago. Sindoni plucked it off the web. Sindoni became ? I won?t say obsessed ? determined to unravel the mystery of J.C. Brown. The twist (as if this saga needs another one) is that Sindoni is one of those New Age/ufologist-types who really believes in Lemuria and other paranormal things. He?s traveled to Stockton with a film crew to film locations (and me, sheepishly). He?s scoured the side of Mt. Shasta for the hidden door. For a decade he?s burrowed into archives in America and the United Kingdom to find who J.C. Brown really was. ?It is my strong belief that that J.C. Brown was really a man named John Benjamin Body,? Sindoni said. J.B. Body really was a (retired) mining engineer who had worked in Mexico and elsewhere for the Lord Cowdray Mining Company of England. Sindoni unearthed records that show Body?s in-laws lived in a house right across San Joaquin Street from the one in which he lectured about Lemuria. So it appears the man who pulled off the biggest prank in

    Stockton history was really a visiting retiree named J.B. Body. But why? Who does that? Powered, perhaps, by energy from the vortex surrounding Mount Shasta we?ll find answers one day.

  • Legend Interview Raw Cut
    by Stephen on May 22, 2017 at 11:57 PM
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    It is my strong belief that that J.C. Brown was really a man named John Benjamin Body who showed up at the Stockton Record editor's office in 1934, claiming to have made an amazing discovery of an ancient civilization of Giants living under the bowels of of a mountain in the Cascade Mountain Range while working as a prospector (Civil Engineer) for the Lord Cowdray Mining Company of England, thirty years earlier. My research tracks John Benjamin Body and his wife Mary Hamer Body from Mexico through the Laredo, Texas border and then on to Mary Hamer Body's relatives (Hamer) who also lived on 1725 San Jaoquim Street and still own the home, across the street from where retired printer John C. Root lived and held meetings for six weeks with the fictitious J.C. Brown alias John Benjamin Body @ North 1784 San Jaoquim Street. John Benjamin Body was a frequent visitor from 1903 to 1934 to Stockton, California on his travels back and forth to the Shasta Springs Resort in Dunsmuir, California. American folklore and legend is now one less mystery due to my relentless pursuit in solving the legend of J.C. Brown alias John Benjamin Body who working his entire career as a Civil Engineer for The Lord Cowdray Mining Company of England. Lord Cowdray was really a man named Weetman Pearson who was knighted in 1916, thus the title of 1st Viscount was awarded to him. For more on the men of the legend, I have included a the book entitled ?British Lions And Mexican Eagles, written by Paul Garner for evidence to support my research. The free download can also be found at http://sindonisays.com under the FREE STUFF page.

  • Solving The Legend of J. C. Brown- Final...
    by Stephen on May 18, 2017 at 10:55 PM
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    Published on May 18, 2017 The Stockton, California mystery reported in the Stockton Record 1934 newspaper has been solved. Stockton, California residents will be pleased to learn the identity of the man who claimed to be J.C. Brown. The information below will connect the dots. I will also provide two additional emails with information that proves without a shadow of doubt that John Body was visiting his wife Mary Hamer Body's family on the same street where the meetings were held at John C. Root's home for six weeks. Solving The Legend It is my strong belief that that J.C. Brown was really a man named John Benjamin Body who showed up at the Stockton Record editor's office in 1934, claiming to have made an amazing discovery of an ancient civilization of Giants living under the bowels of of a mountain in the Cascade Mountain Range while working as a prospector (Civil Engineer) for the Lord Cowdray Mining Company of England, thirty years earlier. My research tracks John Benjamin Body and his wife Mary Hamer Body from Mexico through the Laredo, Texas border and then on to Mary Hamer Body's relatives (Hamer) who also lived on 1725 San Jaoquim Street and still own the home, across the street from where retired printer John C. Root lived and held meetings for six weeks with the fictitious J.C. Brown alias John Benjamin Body @ North 1784 San Jaoquim Street. John Benjamin Body was a frequent visitor from 1903 to 1934 to Stockton, California on his travels back and forth to the Shasta Springs Resort in Dunsmuir, California. American folklore and legend is now one less mystery due to my relentless pursuit in solving the legend of J.C. Brown alias John Benjamin Body who working his entire career as a Civil Engineer for The Lord Cowdray Mining Company of England. Lord Cowdray was really a man named Weetman Pearson who was knighted in 1916, thus the title of 1st Viscount was awarded to him. For more on the men of the legend, I have included a the book entitled ?British Lions And Mexican Eagles, written by Paul Garner for evidence to support my research. The free download can also be found at http://sindonisays.com under the FREE STUFF page.

  • The Legend of J.C. Brown- Documentary Mo...
    by Stephen on June 22, 2016 at 9:14 AM
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    Stephen Sindoni following the clues from a legend in a book entitled "Mt. Shasta California Mystic Mountain" written by Emilie A. Frank solves the Legend of J.C. Brown.

  • Solving The Legend of JC Brown - YouTube...
    by Stephen on February 9, 2014 at 10:17 PM
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    Stephen takes you on his expedition up to Mt. Shasta to solve the Legend of JC Brown. This ...

  • Return To Mt. Shasta - YouTube
    by Stephen on February 9, 2014 at 10:17 PM
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    Such was the case when he came across the Legend of JC Brown, the man who claimed to ...


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