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Shark Conspiracies: Recent Shark Attack News, Sightings, And Alleged Conspiracies Examined

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SAN DIEGO, California -- The May 2008 episode of Shark Conspiracies is now available for free download. Shark Conspiracies explores shark sightings and attacks in a new way, by exposing the cover-ups and misinformation sometimes generated from tourism and conservation interests. Shark Conspiracies claims to be both "pro shark" and "pro truth."

Podcast host Kevin Harris's latest episode features gripping and relevant news confirming the real life existence of some recent shark conspiracies, including references to Bethany Hamilton, the International Shark Attack File, Huntington Beach, CA Lifeguards, among others. The podcast runs about 9.5 minutes.

The podcast is available to listen or to download for free at

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It is high time the people rejected the data coming from the International Shark Attack File under George Burgess. By stating only one fatal attack worldwide in 2007 undermines his duty of care and creates a false sense of security. Such antics reak of tourism and conservation agendas and deserve even manslaughter charges being laid after each and every fatal attack. Relatives of victims must get involved here and litigate their way towards a better and safer system.
   comment# 1   - RIC D.T. WILSON · MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA. · Apr 29, 2008 @ 4:24pm

I agree with the poster above. These enviromentalist have lost their way. I can personally go to places I've been and find that a shark attack was never registered as a shark attack. They avoid it by finding water in the lungs of the person dead. Then it is registered as a drowning, with fish nibbling on the body afterwards! I have yet to find a shark that grabbed a person and took them up on the beach to eat them, of course they are going to have water in their lungs. They are screaming and yelling for help while they are getting pulled under while they are being eaten alive. The freediver a year or two ago that they only found pieces of was listed as a drowning. And attack in the early 80's that I watched the news team from Oahu as they pulled the body of a man off of Chinaman's hat with newscast rolling the camera's as they brought in the pieces of the man in garbage bags. The divers said they actually had to fight a 15' tiger shark for the body to bring it to shore. Try finding any sign of that one under shark attack. The water was shallow enough to walk to Chinaman's hat in low tide. Kind of hard to get air with a 15' tiger shark hanging on you eating you. The mexican government set rows of fish hooks after the S.F. man was attacked in Mexico, and caught many sharks, leaving the environmentalist sreaming. That is the answer keep hooks set in close to shore, the sharks have a huge ocean to swim in and now they are not afraid of us.
   comment# 2   - Steve · Yakima U.S. · May 4, 2008 @ 3:55pm

We are definitely creating a false sense of security in ocean swimming. Something has definitely changed in today's shark habits. Sharks are coming in closer to shore than ever before. I am so tired of hearing the statistics of being struck by lighting vs. a shark attack theory. Way more people are out in the ocean at the same time as sharks than would be standing outside during a lightning storm. It is not that I want to scare my children from being in the ocean. I love the beach . But would I be a responsible parent if I withheld the truth that sharks are infact in the water somewhere. Chances they would attack us, not great, but be aware and follow proper guidelines. I do believe that there are dead zones in the ocean where food sources and oxygen have been depleted causing sharks to come closer into shore to seek both oxygen from crashing waves and fish. You read all the time every month ,every week someone has been attacked or seen a shark in the close vacinity. People have been attacked by sharks in knee deep water. Scientists and local authorities, even news media needs to be more forthcoming when it comes to our safety. Chances were slim of these types of attacks I believe things have changed. A case of mistaken identity by a shark a mistake made by the shark. Okay , so he didnot mean to bite you. That mistaken bite in the wrong place can still cost a person their life.
   comment# 3   - nancy marek · austin, usa · Jun 30, 2008 @ 1:54pm

Well thay say White sharks attack by misteaking us for seals. But thank of the food that you hate to eat the most and its the only food you haft to eatpor haevent eaten fo 60 days or more.You ether eat it or die.
   comment# 4   - Kevin Bullick · Longansport Indiana · Apr 3, 2009 @ 11:18am

We have to realize that everything we have come to know and believe in this country is a metaphoric and twisted metaphorics. There is a group of people who really run this country with the plan of a Anglo-American world British Empire. Conspiracies are great and large " mass scalled" chunks of false information used to keep people dumped down so they can continue with their agenda. Trust me I know what I am talking about.
   comment# 5   - Dr.Ben K Walter Professor of Economics, politic · Jacksonville Fl. · Mar 9, 2010 @ 12:40pm

"Trust me I know what I am talking about." Isn't that what the Anglo-American world British Empire tells us already? :)
   comment# 6   - Arty · Fl, US · Mar 29, 2010 @ 5:51am

wow i love this story it is amazing and it teaches us to get back on your feet when you get nocked down
   comment# 7   - misty · amarillo · Apr 11, 2011 @ 1:42pm

i love this story i hope you feel better bethany
   comment# 8   - alexandria williams · clearwater,flordia · May 6, 2011 @ 8:14am

Bethanys story has amazed me. The only thing she wanted to do was surf. And she acomlished her dreams. It might not have been the way she imagined but she did. Her story has taught me to never give up. And always try to see the good in things. It might not be so clear in the beggning but it will all work out in the end.
   comment# 9   - Emma · swansboro,North carolina · Jul 30, 2011 @ 3:50pm
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