Talk Show Host
Natalie-Marie Hart: is not the average teenager. At the age of 11, Natalie Marie created a independent internet radio show. She interviewed many incredible guests. She is an activist fighting for climate change, food safety, environment, and animal abuse. She has been featured on Activist Post and was referred as the “World’s Youngest Investigative Talk Show Host” by Heather Callaghan. She continues to educate the public and is investigating a story for her new book.
She is committed to educate the public about the dangers of the environment, alternative history and paranormal activities. She is currently investigating a story for her new book.
Natalie-Marie Hart is homeschooled most of her life and is known as the World’s Youngest Investigative Talk Show Host because she started a radio show online on youtube. She was only 11 when she began producing, directing, editing many series of documentaries. Natalie-Marie founded the Crystal Kids Radio Show and The Natalie-Marie Hart Show. She is known as the “Youngest Investigative Journalist” (http://www.activistpost.com/2013/03/interviewed-by-worlds-youngest.html) The Activist Post an article by Heather Callaghan. She has interviewed well known historians, government officials, activist, musicians and authors. Her guest have included Graham Phillips bestselling author, Andrew Gough Editor of The Heretic Magazine, investigative author Jim Marrs, editor of the Sky Ships (http://www.skyshipsovercashiers.com/calendar.htm) Mary Joyce, Vita Chambers open act for Justin Bieber, The Hon. Paul Hellyer Canada’s former defense Minister, Dr. Carmen Boulter producer and director of the Pyramid Code, Dr. Gordon Edwards, and many more. No topic seems off limits as Natalie-Marie’s is incredibly well-read. She’s an old soul who outshines many with her intelligence, but thinks with her heart.
She has is captivated by what is happening world wild and ancient mysteries. Her quest is to educate, enlighten, and inspire other to make changes in their community.
Natalie-Marie also said, “As children our parents teach us to look beyond people’s appearances, and not to judge others based on if they are wearing the latest fashion, or if their appearance is not as pleasing as others. We live in a world where we are bombarded by messages that material things matter and commercialism dictates how to live our lives. As a kid I believe that we need to look beyond the first impression and see the person as what they are underneath.”