Run Rebels Run

by Dr. Pelham Mead The civil war is over and the rebel troops have all surrendered except the Texas Rangers Cavalry 9th division “Terry’s Rangers.” They escaped in the night from North Carolina and fled to their homes in Texas. 150 our of 250 crept through the Union picket lines in the night and rode in small groups to Texas. From that point on they were considered outlaws to be hunted down. They had no pardon papers like other Confederate soldiers had, but they were proud and would not bow to the Yankees. After many incidents Sergeant K. of the … Continue reading Run Rebels Run

The Curse of the Samurai .

By Dr. Pelham Mead (c) ACT ONE- THE AUCTION HOUSE. SCENE 1- INT. DAY- JUNE 1975. FADE IN: AUCTIONEER (60) The next item up for auction is item number c-2044, a original JAPANESE SAMURAI KABUTO STYLED AFTER GENERAL TAIRA NO MASAKADO’s kabuto. This authentic kabuto or samurai helmet was created in the 1600’s as a copy of the original kabuto from 940, first century Japan. The Kabuto is said to have mystical qualities, and some say it is haunted. No worry, we checked it for ghosts. Ha. The starting bid is $10,000 dollars. Do I hear 11,000? Yes the gentlemen … Continue reading The Curse of the Samurai .

Urquhart Castle, Scotland

Blood Castle that lasted over 500 years in Scottish history. Urquhart Castle is located on a promontory jutting out into Loch Ness in the Scottish highlands. Originally, it was a small Celtic castle on a knoll overlooking the Loch Ness. The History of Urquhart Castle and it’s remains today tells the story of the Scottish and the English and the MacDonalds who raided the castle over two hundred years. As the 1300’s rolled by the castle was expanded and fortified by King Edward I of England who took possession of the castle when the Scottish had no leader to organize … Continue reading Urquhart Castle, Scotland

From the Script- Aero-Long Shapeshifter

Note: This is a story about a shapeshifter who survived hundreds of years from the Salem Witch trials to the outbreak of the American Revolution, In the body of Dr. Edward Bancroft, double spy for the British and the Americans, who sold all the secrets of the Americans to the British. Dr. Benjamin Franklin was 70 years of age at the time in Paris, France where he attempted to borrow money from the French and Spanish governments to finance a possible war against Britain. Congress gave Franklin the blank check to establish credit with France and have cannons and weapons … Continue reading From the Script- Aero-Long Shapeshifter

A World of Tolerance With the recent massacre in Christchurch, New Zealand of 49 moslems by one terrorist it reminds us that terrorism is a global problem. The lone wolf terrorist is perhaps the most difficult to detect unless they are promoting their ideas on social media. With the attack on the World Trade Center on 9/11 in New York City, Americans thought terrorism was only an American problem. It is not. Those individuals who fall outside of society’s norms are always going to demonstrate their radical ideas to attract attention. Just like the little boy who keeps falling down … Continue reading

The Dean of Students by Dr. Pelham K. Mead THE DEAN OF STUDENTS Written by Dr. Pelham Mead III Based on a true story THE DEAN OF STUDENTS By Dr. Pelham Mead III Based on a true story. TV PILOT 1 2 EPISODE ONE- THE DEAN OF STUDENTS AT KAKIAT JUNIOR HIGH, EAST RAMAPO SCHOOL DISTRICT, SPRING VALLEY, NEW YORK. 1 SCENE-INT. DAY- DEAN’S OFFICE IN KAKIAT JUNIOR HIGH. (Opening Scene to be repeated at the beginning of each episode) Note: Pelham Mead, Dean of Students for Kakiat Junior high is a tall man with light brown hair, and a … Continue reading

Secrets of the American Revolution in France 1776

by Dr. Pelham Mead While researching a new movie script historical facts I discovered many interesting facts. 70 year old Benjamin Franklin was quite the ladies man in Paris, France. Jacques Donatien le Ray du Chaumont purchased the Hotel de Valentinois jus for Benjamin Franklin to live in rent free while he was in Paris, France representing the Continental Congress as it maneuvered to separate itself from England. Silas Deane use many of his own money and assets to purchase French artillery cannons, uniforms and 2500 rifles from the French to supply the Continental Army. Behind the scenes in this … Continue reading Secrets of the American Revolution in France 1776