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Mystery Force Shakes Hawaii Island 2012

A noisy, unexplained shaking in the Puna area of Hawaii Island remains a mystery at this time, but it certainly has the area talking. A number of people in a triangular area between Seaview Estates, Leilani Estates, and Black Sand Beach Subdivision report hearing a thunder-like sound, or an explosion, and feeling the ground shake around 9 am on Wednesday. John Drummond, the acting administrator of the Hawaii County Civil Defense, says that the incident cannot be explained at this point in time. Drummond says that he spoke to operators of Puna Geothermal Venture, the USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, and personnel on the ground… no one has an explanation. One theory being considered is some sort of sonic boom, although who or what could have produced such an effect is presently unknown. UFO: Mysterious Signal Knocks Out Power In Arvada 2011 www.youtube.com UFO Explodes Over South Carolina? 2012 www.youtube.com Mystery Rumbling Shakes Vancouver Island www.youtube.com Strange Noises Reported Around North Battleford 2012 www.youtube.com UFO Emits Terrifying Sound? 2012 www.youtube.com ADG Facebook: www.facebook.com Follow ADG on Twitter: twitter.com

The Fire Knife Dance

Film was made by Devin Graham. Add my facebook! 🙂 www.facebook.com And don’t forget Twitter! 🙂 www.twitter.com To contact me about potenital freelance jobs/feature film work, contact me by email here. [email protected] The music for this video was composed by Elton Luz. You can contact him at this link. www.wix.com You can download the song off of itunes in the link directly below 🙂 itunes.apple.com The fire knife dancers are all professionals and some of the best in the world. They all work at the Polynesian Cultural Center which is the number one tourist attraction in Hawaii. It’s like Disneyland, but Hawaii style, where guests learn and experience the full Polynesian culture. If you want more info on this place where you can see more fire knife dancers and other amazing things, check out the link below (ps no one is paying me to say this :)) www.polynesia.com I have below the three fire knife dancers I worked with, in the order that they appear in the video. They were all awesome to work with and I now consider all of them great friends. Malo Matau Maika Tuala Rockett Tenney My friend James Choi was the one who had a great help in making this all happen as well. He was the original contact for the fire knife dancers, and he got them all together and the fire knifes that we needed. Also my friend Nathan Smith helped setting up, and filming the other camera that was on the tripod, as well as James. As far as the technical details of this video go….. It was shot on

Adoption – Sean & Sheri-Ann – We feel overjoyed to adopt and achieve our dream of being parents.

Adoption – Sean & Sheri-Ann – Aloha and welcome to our ‘ohana. Aloha is the idea of peace, compassion, and affection in Hawaii while ‘ohana means family in the traditional sense and the idea of an extended family. This is how we would embrace your child in our family. Our lives will be brighter, happier, and our days fuller with the gift of your child in our lives. To learn more about us, click here: www.adoptionnetwork.com

Kapa Demonstration at Makeke Kapolei, July 5, 2012

My long time friend, kumu kapa Ka’iulani de Silva, demonstrated the Hawaiian traditional art of kapa (bark cloth) making, explaining the plants and tools used, how the fiber is prepared and beaten, and printing with ‘ohe ka pala (bamboo stamps). Kapa was an integral part of every part of life in ancient Hawai’i, for birth, marriage, daily apparel, and burial. We are very fortunate that the Malama Learning Center is bringing these cultural presentations to us at our makeke/farmers market. I hope that you continue to learn a little more about our culture through these video snippets. Thumbs up for that! You will see just how sensitive my mic is on my camera, as it will pick up Ka’iu perfectly from approximately 10-15 feet away. Now you know why you can hear me breathing (lol)

CREATING THEIR PARK at the Hawaii Island Humane Society

CREATING THEIR PARK documents Fort Funston, a popular off-leash dog park in the San Francisco Bay Area. This video was conceived and developed as a planning tool for the Hawaii Island Humane Society’s new Animal Community Center on the Big Island by dog owner/lover Diane Heiman. It was produced by SCHWEEN.TV, directed by Diane Heiman and Tom Schween, shot by Chris Tipton-King, and edited by Tom Schween.