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Originally posted by subject x
Kind of interesting stuff. He seems to make a lot of claims, but shows no proof, or even evidence. I guess we're just supposed to take his word for it, even though he was obviously dead wrong about some issues.
Thanks for posting it, though. I'd never heard of Dr Beter, and now I have.
The West Virginia Archives and History Library of the West Virginia Division of Culture and History will host its next after-hours lecture from 6 - 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 7. The session, titled “Archives and History Movie Night: Footage from the Collection,” will be presented by Richard Fauss, audio-visual archivist for archives and history. (...)
Scenes from the 1932 documentary film Charleston, Beautiful on the Kanawha, directed by hometown son Blundon Wills will be shown. Fauss also will show home movies of Robert F. Kennedy and footage from the 1968 presidential campaign in West Virginia, including the media encounter with Peter D. Beter, a Republican candidate for governor who was a staunch admirer of Democrat George Wallace. Some recently restored 2-inch video footage of singer/songwriter Lionel Cartwright when he was 19 years old and Grant County fiddlers Israel and Tom Welch also can be seen. Many of these selections have not been seen in 30 years.
Originally posted by Frater210
It is just fun to watch a character in a Jack Chick Publications comic from 1984 quote (or mis-quote) Dr. Beter From his audio tape #40 which was made in 1978 and linked here...