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Alberta Lifts COVID-19 Measures, with Restrictions Exemption Program Now Over

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Alberta Lifts COVID-19 Measures, with Restrictions Exemption Program Now Over

"Grab and put together a media Montage. This is one of those montages. These truckers incidentally are getting the job done up in Canada. Here what they said did in Alberta? Well, that's right. A number of provinces are already conceding to the nationwide demonstrations by the nation's truckers. Jason Kenney, the premier of Alberta, Canada announced last night that the vaccine passport requirement to enter businesses will end immediately. 1159 p.m.. He didn't even give it a week or two or a month like these dumb Democrat governors do in Canada when they've got a bunch of truckers. Protesting peacefully? Well, you're right. They pulled the plug.

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Immune Boosting, Is It a Bust?

Gastropod

02:20 min | 1 year ago

Immune Boosting, Is It a Bust?

"Can you boost your immune system. Yeah what pitting facts against fighting off infections and this idea that we can pop a pill to boost our immune system. It started exploding during the early days of the pandemic. Tim caufield professor of public health at the university of alberta canada was watching as old took off. It was in the air. You know this idea of immune boosting it was just part of the gestalt own remain so and is the pandemic got worse and worse s s idea grew and grew and it felt like products to boost the immune system was suddenly everywhere. Especially as we've seen all over social media. And tim wanted to know what exactly was the stuff that was getting touted all over the internet so he did what any self respecting academic would do and he started scrolling instagram. And i really did i. I went through hundreds and hundreds of post day for work at the lab for you is getting a coffee and scrolling instagram. And you know. I wish i could say it was it was fancier but that's what i did team and he's tame systematically trolled instagram looking for the trending posts labeled with the hashtag immune booster and there was a lot of the stuff that you'd expect so called superfoods vitamins herbs. Were in the mix too i i saw supplements remain a vitamin d to Zinc and obviously vitamin c. Ginger elderberry echinacea saw a lot of smoothies a lot of smoothies out there and of course all they came with a healthy dose of that influence holier vibe. Tim talked about it without producer. Rose ramllah let me see like the instagram post. The mother of all immune boost instagram posts voted like it would definitely be someone sitting on the beach. Our in the forest they would be in a yoga pose foreshore. They would have a smoothie by the their side asset limits in one hand and magical berries in the other

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Is Biden Delivering on His Climate Promises?

The Ten News

01:28 min | 1 year ago

Is Biden Delivering on His Climate Promises?

"His twenty twenty campaign. President biden promised move fast on environmental protections. Now that he's been in office for a few months. How's he doing on that promise. I want to hear everything well. So far his administration is added eighteen new regulations and overturned twenty policies that environmental groups like the audubon society and the natural resources. Defense council opposed now toll. Cain they've stopped a coppermine from operating in arizona. After local native american tribes argued it could endanger sacred sites and sensitive habitats administration. Also pump the brakes on a decision to slash three million acres of northern spotted owl habitat. At least for now maybe the biggest decision. So far was ending the permit to finish the keystone excel pipeline. Which was supposed to carry crude oil from alberta canada all the way to the southern states in the gulf coast. Why is that a big deal. Well environmentalists were against the pipeline from the beginning over safety concerns and the increased greenhouse gases that the pipeline would release into the atmosphere. It also threatens the water supply and lands of the rosebud sioux tribe and other native peoples. Is there more work to do abso lutely. But everything's gotta start somewhere right

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Keystone XL pipeline halted as Biden moves to cancel permit

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Keystone XL pipeline halted as Biden moves to cancel permit

"Another order that is slated for biden ends day one signature is. He says he's going to revoke the permit granted to the keystone x. l. pipeline and just as a reminder. This is the project that is intended to carry crude oil from alberta canada to nebraska. Where it's going to link up with another pipeline going to the gulf

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Canada urges Biden not to cancel oil pipeline on first day

Sean Hannity

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Canada urges Biden not to cancel oil pipeline on first day

"One of Joe Biden's first acts in office. Maybe the end the Keystone XL Pipeline project in their reports that could happen is early is day one. President Obama initially rejected the $9 billion project to build that pipeline to transport oil from Alberta, Canada to Nebraska. Then down to the Gulf Coast. President Trump gave the project that green Like two years later, though, both environmentalists and local Indian tribes have tried to stop it.

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"alberta, canada" Discussed on Interview with a schizophrenic

Interview with a schizophrenic

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"alberta, canada" Discussed on Interview with a schizophrenic

"There's definitely hope John pool to to you know. I'm fears of new bif- Opinion sample those of us. Who've he concrete a chronic fight as you know we're kind of coming out the side to share stories site at the youngsters that you know the who'd just dating with this time and allies you got the they got some of the hit someone who's going through and they don't feel some because yes schizophrenia. I think he's not if you don't have no poverty community you can just feel if you're the only one the world is happening to actually make symptoms worse. Yeah because because you just designing happening to me but if somebody else if you had somebody else's going through similar stop actually yes almost one hundred percent and you know what 'isolation is a killer when neil you're alone and i've been there when i was alone and by myself. I wouldn't talk to anybody about what i was struggling with. And that's the power of the illnesses to keep people isolated once you're isolated you. You don't get help because you don't trust anybody or you feel alone that no one understands you but we don't wanna take the chance because we feel are we going to be treated. Are we going to be looked at seoul. It's too we don't want to be in. That position does kinda Empower people to put themselves out there. Talk about it. You need help get help. And his when you're alone when you're isolated it it takes you down a darker deeper darker place and tend to go a spiral Just endure a worse state than coming forward getting help. And kinda don't fall so far like the way i did. Almost they almost took my life. Okay i think we can wrap it up that. Would you like to give the name of youtube channel. While i'll put a link in the in the description of this podcast Would you take the name of tom. Yes that's the morning mist. Ninety nine about schizophrenia. A right Sorry was it was beyond schizophrenia. But always raw above and beyond schizophrenia. The morning mist ninety nine above and beyond schizophrenia. Cool so Do you have any particular preference of any music..

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"alberta, canada" Discussed on Interview with a schizophrenic

Interview with a schizophrenic

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"alberta, canada" Discussed on Interview with a schizophrenic

"Mental wise. That voice there. But yeah. I was just from the start to the whole that many years constantly. So what what was I want to hear about how you got to place so you about thirty what what happened. What what would what helped you. I'm tell us about the Prices well like. I said a the first thing was recognized. That was a lie. You know this whole fast. There is no god talking to me and tell him to stop. And when i when i go into that point of despair in recognizing that i'm only interesting kill myself because one. I'm really afraid of everybody. I'm afraid of of the the constant rejection. I felt soul from that point a realize what i actually i said to myself. Well yeah a coward. I thought i'm not going to do this. You know what i'm gonna live. I'm gonna listen to because people the lamad live. I thought they wanna kill me. Let let them kill me. I'm not gonna do their jobs or this so this is still the all his delusion talking. But that pulled me out from that brink and i just had of sheer stubbornness really be stubborn. That's the only reason why i want to live. And then from then. I started to really say you know what since that attitude and then it became will. I'm not gonna live in my room anymore. That's where my old my favorite place will. They never used my family. They come home sales. Come to see me because that'd be hiding in my room so what i did now. I start to challenge all that. I used to be so anxious because i hate being around people. So no real. I said you know what i'm going to go. And i'm going to talk my mom and instead of holding back and trying to protect my s- my thoughts a from being corrupted. I'm not. I'm not that's not me. So why am i focusing on something. That's not me. Just ignore that and to school and just saying hi in be try to be normal to just rely and thus going to helping started. I just ten minutes van on. He felt like who after Ten minutes a day did that start end. It was such a half to right laugh. That's that that presence somebody else who was such a relief because difficult to stand there and not be disturbed You know with anxiety and fear so for soul. I just practice like that with my family. And more i did it. The more comfortably became over. Time and You know till. I start to go outside for walks and then i started seeing people in start saying hi to them and just just challenging the things that were pushing against me in a push back a little bit until your i kinda you know gain more more regain more and more of myself so From there yeah. I went Did that for some months and Overlying was then. I went and got a job on the hard time at first and it was the same thing just different environments sodas. Slowly it was a whole still got it. Got a all the things i did at home. I had to take that brand on a work. See now is a bigger setting and heavy thing but i got through it. So when did you find that. You are a imitated by your friends and family drew annual during your twenty s when it was chronic. I mean i think the impression you wanted solitude i did i hate. I didn't want to be around anybody but my thankful that my my mom my family were grid man my family. There were supported my mom especially she fought from me. She g took You know the Enacted mental care. Act here. where they can. Somebody is not a danger to themselves or others than they can take away Have rights or a person you know so pretty much. She made decisions for me to go to hospital. Because i did. When i was the first time. I signed myself out but now when she took over guardianship. I couldn't do that. You know everything to go through her and so she really Fought for me. You know whatever. Whatever issues was She took it on my family. My sisters and were they all came together in support. Me friends lost a lot of friends on the way but a lot of is i rejected. Everyone pretty much So that's kinda why. I was alone from the The anyways so i don't know how people would have acted in that respect so This kind of moving to the present day do still have symptoms. What you gun for now. How's your life. I mean what would it be like in twenty twenty as pretty good man. i'm. I'm pretty much like where it was before the foolishness started I or further. I guess for their head. But i don't have any any of that Symptoms anymore I got into the end up. Gutting getting to the trades. Got my red seal So i worked full time My place here My girlfriend Over we're going to get married soon. So yeah i'm i'm i'm pretty much covers. Cover story man. That's a little sad. I'm so happy him. Thanks also to youtube channel. You wanting talk about yeah. I thought for a long time. I found has been telling me to to my mom especially you know you should write a book or you should listen up because just look from where it was to where i i am oregon to when she was telling me about it was night and day. And you know she. She gave me a journal that she kept and it was just reading this stuff. Just how broken. She was watching me going through that wandering from ever going to recover and talk. The doctor says is it pause. Is it possible for Return to where he was and she's like no like the doctor said ninety nine percent of a wall. Sorry one percent of people diagnosed with schizophrenia recovered to the point that they don't need medications says your son is not one of them and Just were going. That's what it looked like a camp in for saying that but an me defying all that and gotten to where i was. It was incredible to her. You know so. She said that night enough people on a year to stuff because it's a lot different than what we're told and people sometimes just listen to what we're told and by experts We of go with that something but after after some years of rejecting that i start thinking you might have been given this opportunity to take this path and recover to where the state was impossible. Is it right from a keep that to myself. You know what i mean. So i decided to kinda share that you're gonna shit a process on all i got through that mental attitude in just kinda the what it took for me to regain my life and that is not as nice jokes. Impossible is retold but yet there is hope it even with the midst of this darkness. That is schizophrenia..

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"alberta, canada" Discussed on Interview with a schizophrenic

Interview with a schizophrenic

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"alberta, canada" Discussed on Interview with a schizophrenic

"Or something like that. And so an app to that. It was still didn't work l. Still on the same path eventually want to commit to a long term care facility where they're gonna give me a gastric tube in my stomach there so they can feed me to be my nose Done to my nasal gastric tube. Wouldn't it wasn't a long term solution but the way my my health going in his down thing for all these years they figure well they're gonna have to put a hole in my stomach and feed me with this two permanent To my stomach so as a long term care facility and But my mom thankfully was not Too fond of the idea so so frigging. What if he goes there. She didn't drive so she won't be able to come visit me as often. She doesn't know what the hell they're gonna treat me there so at least you'll have me home for some time and you know if i go to hospital they could visit me So that was yeah. That's kinda worked out because it was. I imagine a frustrating thing for the doctors because they do all this things. Everything's going okay. And then i leave and tonight some months later i come back in the same condition as i was the first time and the trying different things. Nothing's working what they do right. So did you up in facility them. No no i didn't i didn't. It was a point where there's a point where i don't know i i heard a voice. It's spoke all his voice in the devil. God ends up Another voice spoke to me. And i just said what. What am i doing here. No you know. And then from that point i realized when i got i gotta get i. I can't do this anymore. Slow yeah. From that point on when i stopped the carrying on the cycler realize this is this is not god. This is this is. I'm just taking variety here so went out once Why for reason. I cannot tell you how why in the world i heard this voice so many times that actually did to god and this time i i said okay. It's not you know. And so once. I was able to recognize. This is a lie. It became easier to not continue to cycle. Solo is like this. this is Illusion that a cash over your mind and then once you see through the illusion Depowered has it's no longer there we we suicidal or did you just did one eight so was it was it suicidal as well alot. No actually i. Should you know what. I shouldn't say i just snapped out of it like that. That's not how it went I wasn't suicidal. The fasting was to get me to a different state. I guess. I can go and do a god wanting to but i had to go through this process now i became suicidal afterward. When i realized that this wasn't god. And i thought i'm trapped because i was thinking that god is going to set me free from these voices in all this stuff so now when i realized that that's not god and no i'm thinking all these voices in this hatred that i feel the world has for me in this constant torment in my mind that the only hope i had only hope i really had to continue the hope that i'd be delivered from it but now that's not going to happen and other terrible burden from me soul. There was no more reason for me to live and a one point. My heart started calling for a hot burning sensation in there that i wanted to go and take a knife and reach it. You know what. I mean soul. I approached that point of suicide because they see all we could escape. This torment in this misery is heavy miserable. Wall street's of night. At night crying crying because i felt so hopeless into going into this bottomless pit of despair is where it was man. You know i think Is is quite significant percentage of schizophrenia. Patients do attempt suicide in some manner. I think it's like i was watching on youtube. As what's an interview with schizophrenia painting from the sixties and reading the comments seemingly this my mind seamless mind commit to side few when it just happens quite law that as this the the amount of despair and hopelessness and you would look for something outside of life to help you Strong and i was there put held at knife to my chest and i was ready but it is get pretty close but is from that moment that i i don't know something just said i thought is what are you doing man like. Why are you doing this or says your coward might. Why and then. I realized you know because you're only here because you're afraid afraid that pete you're everybody's rejecting you in you're gonna end you don't want to live live with this this con- out always This anxiety came over me. When i was around people so i couldn't out sweat. I love being alone because out feel better and it was is is a. It's was more peaceful being alone with tormentors a my mind than it was being around people. It was worse. You know so. Messed up a statement. Would you say is worse because people they paps you wanted to talk about it. And they were no all because remember. I'm seeing people as witches and demons to kill me and so now they're reading my mind all and my mind was constantly cursing and it was like correct syndrome except in my mind i couldn't stop it out. Repeat the same things Things all the time. People were analyzer. People talking to my family my friends. Whatever i'm saying these awful things and they read it. They'll sometimes say Comment on what. I'm the things that's come ahead. So i was always tried to stop it because i hated it and i couldn't stop it in so i would get anxious and afraid and and just so i would just be sweating because so nervous trying to stop this awful thoughts so when i was alone now it wasn't as bad because you know what i mean that i was anxious. has left the stocks. Were still there constantly. I honestly from from the first time the started. I never had a moment of quiet in my mind until i went to sleep when i will. Cup was right there to greet every day every moment always my mind was going talked to somebody. I couldn't even pay attention to what you're saying because i'm telling. His voice is shut up. Shut up shut up causing. Yeah so you'll thirty nine. Now what age were you when this was kinda going on mandela's from the probably even before i started fast. That was a little bit before that actually voice Speaking repetitive stuff. Like that Soul from that time till about. Maybe i was probably like twenty eight twenty nine or maybe maybe thirty or something like that when i started When about dan still trusting started. Get better.

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"alberta, canada" Discussed on Interview with a schizophrenic

Interview with a schizophrenic

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"alberta, canada" Discussed on Interview with a schizophrenic

"Hello and welcome to episode of interview. Friday i'm your host broncos thomas and today i have the great pleasure of having pull with me. He lives in outlets canada Pull welcome to the short on how you doing this evening. I'm doing well dunkin. Thank you for having me. It's my pleasure. Love so i i wanted to ask them. What's the situation like It's not bad. It's it's rising a little bit but people are still doing what they're doing. I'm still working. Fortunately so yeah. I'd said it's not bad. Okay so why is you off skew. How your mental health journey began. If you like to talk about that we might become back a few years. Dj the hospital. Did you what we symptoms. How did you get a diagnosis. If you're like talk about about be fantastic. Things started for me. One they're heard. A voice spoke to me and i quit my job and i mean. There's a slowly progressing up to this anyways. And i quit my job and a fasted fast pretty much. I felt. that's what i was to do and Stopped eating completely frosty. Forty something days and Only started to eat. Because i was afraid and the limitation. Those those days were a hellish. When was this why did we. I will evolve. will eighteen eighteen. Yeah eighteen Finished high school in was working for a bit. And then that's when it started you know and Yeah went the in story going that direction and Yeah so yes. All went on his fast and After i broke it. Because i was afraid i was gonna die and then was going for a bit during this time though. It was a lot like. I've been seeing demons to my family as demons and witches and even before the fast but he just intensified then and so after i broke it did it again and it was after that my mom called the emerges emergency services. Then they took me to the hospital and that's when they only speak to the doctors and stuff. They diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia with delusions of grandeur. I thought it was a prophet or something. Like might you got to talk with you a pretty young when you're eighteen nineteen. Yeah yes so. I mean you are fasting because you power annoyed you had a. You're going through a delusion so you said you felt before your prophet. So that was. That's what he told the doctors. You was not necessarily what's going on right. Yes that was going on. I i i was I thought this voice was god. You know and for a while. i've been feeling like that's what was supposed to be fascinating or whatever. So what ca You one week. And i just interpreted that as us. What makes was being going to my head and and so it's just just went from there and just been pretty dark experience Yeah got start at loose nations. Visuals nations Auditory and Yeah so the doctors recognize a pretty quick and having spoken to them and telling them what. I was thinking because voice told me that i was a prophet in so i just honest with them and So i mean when i look back at myron history on some pretty strange things as well because i believe that i was spice to them is an ipad religious delusions as well acting been hearing the hearing gordon. The devil fish what was it. It's really scary and kind of just trying to get through it. But yeah i mean while on. It was Yeah it was terrifying. Because everyone i saw were like demons or or witches and they were reading. My mind is like this big conspiracy against me you know and so always like was like the only person that was not a part of this collective was pretty isolating situation and so when i'm talking to the doctors afraid of them because they were reading my mind as well you know so i was a i would speak sometimes an instant voices telling me to not speak such out stop talking and it was just a odd weird situation and so they could see that that delusion in that way i was acting that it was definitely a not only that with skin and bones when they brought me at. Yes yeah i think not properly. I think the fact that you would not eating. Yeah rang alarm bells at the hospital. That'd be like well you know this is. It's not just mental. This is like life threatening head. yes so we. We've got to do something. Pretty quick united so i think that probably gave the doctor sense of urgency. I would say so so what happened. After having hospitals was a what was that like was hose on in a hospital for maybe some months. The first time You know they put me on these meds and so forth and once they did all his. Iv to get my numbers up in then what. I wouldn't eat for for good while still in the just Started feeding with the tube feeding their saw did all that and then after a while. I'm thinking i'm i can't do this fascinating thing because i'm fed this to this tube so what i did was i started eating in the in the purpose of just getting out so i can start doing it again. And that's kind of what happened. So i was out for a couple months again. Eating display the part. Trying to pretend everything's good and i'm feeding in and adventure stop and this whole thing starts over again and it was like the cycle for some years actually and yeah so would you. Would you say this was. This was one persistent paranoid delusion happening one because it seems to me that some some people schizophrenia have multiple delusions one from council generally. Yeah that's what it was. They said it was a religiosity. Or something Is what they call it. And that's why they was expanded to me that there's a fixed delusion and soul. They s why they weren't working on different medicine than they decide to try. Act electroconvulsive therapy. Did that like three times.

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"alberta, canada" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"alberta, canada" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

"Bartender who encourages drunken gas to get back to their rooms others have seen a headless musician playing bagpipes on one of the staircases. There's also tales of a secret room where paranormal activity is in abundance, but it's nothing more than an architectural Pau. When the hotel was initially being distracted, the carpenters forgot to put doors and windows in this one particular room. To cover up their mistakes, Durham was joined with another room. To create a sweet. Shadow figures have been seen orbs have been seen. On knocking sounds, I've been heard coming from the walls and much much more. From what I've read and gathered from a few different reliable sources. Now, the hotel is supposed to be quite amazing. That's not even taking into consideration the fact that it's on it. But perhaps, this is why these spirits choose to say it's a little slice of heaven on Earth if you will I can appreciate that. It gives you reason to come back. Well. Let's not forget to mention the bomb A. Hotel is beyond scenic. The village is beyond scenic if you ever get the chance attitude list of places to visit hell, no I am I know very well will be a trip but I never forget I, mean thinking about the the the landscape, the the mountains, the League's the hiking trails and all that I mean. Let's not. Forget to mention the goes I do one happy camper, Gimme all the above. My friends that is all I have for you. Tonight I'm afraid I'm working hard and the very next episode. As we speak in episode ten, we will adventure together to India for a special two part absurd where we walk down the roads of history together to you. Two of this country's most haunted locations. I've also decided that episodes are going to be released biweekly. Now unless I, say, otherwise, a lot of research goes into these episodes and I really need to be able to have the time to dedicate myself to them. I. Hope You guys can appreciate that. So. An F. chatting. A not listening head over to my facebook page like the show follow us on. INSTAGRAM. BE, sure to check out the new hauntingly yours lounge on facebook where you can catch recaps of different episodes. meet new friends who loved the paranormal Cher your own stories. And much much more. Oh Don't let me forget there is also an official merch store for the show. Now also be sure to check it out grab yourself a hauntingly yours t-shirt. Do it support a great paranormal podcast? He can find all the shows linked at our link trie www dot l. i. n. k. T. R. Dot e Dot Com backslash. Huntley. Yours paranormal. Most importantly don't forget to review subscribe. Take care of my friends. I am DC A rourke. Look after one, another of you will the world is becoming such a strange place these days. Until next time? I am and will remain much like the spirits. hauntingly yours. Else..

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"alberta, canada" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"alberta, canada" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

"Employee of the year more than one occasion. The daughter kept grilling him and asking him why he chose to play such nasty prank honor because last night, his name tag said Sam and she was sure of it again, he had no idea what she was talking about. The young woman finished out the rest of her stay with her mom she enjoyed herself quite immensely but this incident bothered her, she couldn't shake it. All the way back home to Calgary she wondered if the ghost of sand the Bellman had somehow used Tony's body to meet with her the night that her and her mom had arrived. Last up to the plate is the end the P. of ghostly legends here at the fairmont Bomb Springs Hotel I'm talking about the legend of Room Eight, seventy three. According to my sources once upon a time, a man went crazy and murdered his wife and daughter in the room with a butcher's knife. Unable to cope with it, he took the knife to his own throat. In Slit. From ear to. Ear. Shortly, after the gruesome incident occurred paranormal activity, kick up guests who stayed in the room would report a number of spooky things like the covers being ripped off the bed in the middle of the night disembodied voices, bone chilling shrieks and screams, and I'll bangs on the walls of their room. What's even scarier or the bloody fingerprints on the bathroom mirror that maids could never keep clean. No matter. What chemicals they were given the fingerprints would disappear and then mysteriously return. The activity in the room such an all time high that the management team thought it best to just bring up the room and put it all behind them. A team came in, sealed it off, and that was the end of that. Overtime lots of guests would come and go lots of them would inquire about roommates him three and ask the stories were true. The staff denied. Of course they said it was just an urban legend, a ghost story that a bunch of people started years ago. of He people on Stout just refuse to acknowledge this altogether. Despite, the staff many attempts to conceal the tragic Phil Room and the history of it people continue coming in search of it. was about ten years ago when a married couple by the name of names of Michael in clear Clare, Bo visited Fairmont bump springs they arrived in the lobby and Clare went over to the desk to get themselves checked in. Michael in the meantime, wandered over to the elevators as the Middle One was opening and closing by itself. It seemed like there was some kind of glitch going on with it. He stepped inside the elevator. You know he was mechanically inclined. He figured he could take a look at it. Well, he looked down at the buttons and before you know it whom he was zipped off to the floor. For some reason, he was inspired to go exploring. He stepped from the elevator and found that the four felt ice cold in made him highly uncomfortable but he continued. As he walked lonely corridor. He took note of the different rooms and realize that there is once on the wall where it looked like a room at once been. He could see the faint outline of door. While he stood there staring habit. He began to hear faint tapping sounds from the other side of. He placed his ear up against it. He listened, and then he heard the voice of a little girl. please. Help me she said. Michael was so terrified he took off running back to the elevators. He pushed the button the doors open any jumped inside sweating bullets from head to toe. Once inside. He found himself staring into the eyes of an older bellman who had white hair and he had some luggage with him. He asked Michael if everything was all right to which he replied I think your hotel is haunted. The Bellman lead how to chuckle. And eat it is sir but after awhile you tend to get used to it. With that the bellman faded into the air and disappear before Michael's is. Next thing. You know the doors to the elevator swung open and Michael walked out as why does the linens that would later be placed on his bed? Michael's experience is just one of many up on the floor of the hotel. Most people think it has to do with the ceiling of Room Eight, seventy three people here pounding on the walls from the other side I'd cold buzzer bill the you know the disembodied voices are heard I i. told you guys. The staff has been told. Not to talk about it some of them as personal preference but. For the most part is from management they think it's best. Is it because the alleged grizzly murderer. Never took place you know I it's a ghost away or is it the fact that it actually did happen and is just Bad for business if they do talk about it. Who Really knows? Unless somebody goes digging into an archive somewhere and pulls out a newspaper headline that specifically states. Joe Schmo murdered his wife and daughter. What else do we have to go off other than hearsay? Either way it makes for a great story. After seriously, digging into it though myself I I've. Searched the Internet I've reached out to staff members at the hotel. I haven't come up with a solid answer. So if anyone does please shoot me an email haughtily, yours podcast edgy male dominated calm I would love to know. However, these are just a few of the many lingering spirits that still call this place. Home. Jessica. Also over the years claimed to have seen ghostly.

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"alberta, canada" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"alberta, canada" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

"Guests that find themselves need. Both staffing guests have said they've encountered him and his helpful hands. More than one time throughout the years. One such story comes from two elderly female guests that were returning to the hotel one day after a day. How They climb the stairs to their room and when they got there found, the room key would not work. Frustrated, the US one of their cellphones, they called the front desk, the concierge said. I'll send your bill. Manda over as soon as he's available but unfortunately, he's someone else. The film actually didn't show up for bid teen minutes by the time he got there the room was locked. One of the elderly women happily informed him that an older bellman with bit of Scottish accent wearing a double breasted plaid jacket at come to their rescue. They were most appreciative praise assistance. When the bell was. The he was in the building was a little curious. He wanted to know more. He wanted to get some further details of the other bellman appearance. So the elderly women they began to talk to him, and before you know it, he realized he had been given an exact description of San Macaulay. There have been other occasions where gas have gone to check out, found themselves in need of a bellman. They have phone the front desk for assistance and not two minutes later and elderly Bellman arrived at their door ready to help. For example. Once tonight, there was a married couple leaving the hotel with their two small children they packed their bags, but it was a little too much to handle by themselves. The husband got on the phone, the room and called the desk for an extra set. A hands they said someone would be a bright away. No sooner please the phone back on the receiver. I'm not came at the door of his room. The husband. opened the door to reveal an elderly woman in a green double breasted plaid jacket with a smile on his face. Talk About Service this guy must have flown up the stairs the husband thought to himself. While he invited the Bellman in him where the bags were everything was snatched up and not the went down the stairs time to check out. When the when they finally made it down the stairs the husband was so thankful for the Bell, men's help he turned to give him a tip. Unfortunately, there was no one there just a pile of luggage. The Bellman had apparently disappeared. By the way Sam was the head Bell I taught should mention that he had office upstairs on what was called the mezzanine floor, which was only accessible from a service elevator staff members referred to jokingly as floor one and a half. It said that Sam tends to reside here. Many years back, there was some extensive remodeling being done at the hotel and this particular area was converted into extra guest rooms from my research have actually uncovered that one of the first guests sleep in one of these rooms had a rather startling experience. A successful female author check into the hotel for about a week she come in from out of town would be attending a writer's convention in the area. At some point during her stay, she found herself asleep one night. And awoke to would sounded like someone shuffling bags around a room. This was a very odd sound. So she jumped out of bed, grabbed her glasses and turned on the lay to reveal an elderly woman dressed in a green plaid jacket. He was getting her things together as if she were about to check out. She yelled at him and said to unhanged her belongings on top of that. This was an intrusion and she would be leading management no of of her discontent. The Bellman, let things go without saying award and then he simply vanished before her eyes. After that the writer decided it was probably wise to ask for another room. A young man looking for work took a chance one day he wandered into the Fairmont Bom, Springs Hotel. As he opened up the front doors and older bellman dressed in a green jacket. Push past him. He was carrying what looked like some heavy brown luggage. The young man was nearly knocked over by him. It was as if the Bellman didn't even notice. Bothered by US he soon forgot the reason for his visit. He instead made his way over to the front desk and he asked the clerk. Bellman in the green jacket. The Clark had no idea who he was talking about. So D. Young man went on to explain himself. You know with a little more detail said that he wanted to know he was because he nearly knocked him over on his way in. The clerk politely informed him that. No one of the Bellman team war green jackets anymore, and they had not since the nineteen sixties. The young man's scratched his head and asked well who the hell was that guy. The clerk laughed as a sly grin came across his face sounds like you may have met Sam not to worry. He's a good guy. I promise he's just one of our resonating ghost. The man when Pale and turn for the door. Several years back, a mother and daughter arrived at Fairmont bomb springs. From Calgary, an entire weekend getaway had been planned for the daughter as her twentieth birthday would soon be upon her. who was a Thursday night was about ten thirty pm when they pulled up to the hotel a tall African American man who was development greeted them. As they stepped from the car, he kindly fetched their bags and took them to the lobby both Mama, daughter noticed that he was dressed like anyone else he was wearing a black suit with a black hat and every part of his body was covered. No skin wish showing at all whatsoever they thought this was very odd and when he came back out, they caught a glimpse of his name tag that Red Sam in big bold letters. The daughter took a mental note and said things Sam. He offered her a friendly smile and inquired about her visit. Mom got back into the card drove it around to the parking lot. All the while the daughter it was Sam mentioned that she and her mother were from Calgary. Town to celebrate her twentieth birthday once again, the man smiled and wished her in early happy birthday. Mom. Walked up in the parking lot and her daughter wave goodbye to Sam as she ran over to join her as they reunited they started chatting amongst themselves walking up to the hotel together. When they got to the entrance Sam was nowhere to be found. The daughter thought it was weird but perhaps he was in another part of the building helping out someone else. A couple of hours. Later she was in bed trying to make herself tired by play on her phone. I'll she laid there in the dark she surf the Internet reading about the history at the hotel. That's when she discovered that the hotel was haunted. Whoa she nearly dropped her phone. She read some more soon unveiled that one of the many go said the hotel was a former bellman named Sam. Sam apparently he was a kind hearted Scottish man with white hair the love disgusts and would do anything to help them. The next aid the daughter was headed downstairs to the lobby when she saw the bellman who had greeted her the night before she ran over to him calling out Sam. The Tall African. American. Man was dressed differently now but it was most certainly him development turned to greet his youngest with a smile on his face. I am not Sam my name is Tony. It's nice to meet you where you visiting from. The birthday girl looked at him completely and totally confused his name. Tag. Said Tony In. Big Bold letters are you messing with me? We met last night i. told you I I'm in town from my birthday. The Bellman look back at her strangely replied Miss I've never seen you before in my life. Turns out Tony had been working at the hotel for twenty plus years and was a veteran employees. He had actually one.

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"alberta, canada" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"alberta, canada" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

"Once wrote words have no power to impress the mind without the exquisite horror of their reality. Isn't that the truth? My friends I'm DC zero can thank you so much for tuning up. So nine is finally here and very excited to announce. We are going to be trekking into Canada. Now, where will we be going once? We get there I. think that's a very good question. Our point of interest is the infamous Fairmont Bonthe, Springs Hotel which is nestled on the outskirts of the town bump and Alberta. Bonk. Truly, a beautiful town one can simply tell that by looking at the pictures. Surrounded by National Park Kids. Jagged. Peaks from the Rockies I mean, this town is truly a precious sight to behold I'm sure the Canadian government would agree with me on that one. Every year hundreds of thousands of folks flocked to this fairytale destination to partaking in his numerous activities and other adventures that has to offer. Hiking scheme to Whitewater rafting. Now, there's no shortage of things to do here. The. Landscapes are phenomenal. The food is good. The air is pure and there are plenty of places to say. For, example, the fairmont Bomb Springs Hotel. Chucker. But seriously, it's four star hotel world class top of the line you can't do much better than it. Originally built in eighteen eighty eight is tucked just inside the rocky mountain surrounded by forests. This hotel was built at the terminus of a railway station. What was the purpose of this? Well, it was to provide convenience to traveling businessmen. Over the years they hotel with its breathtaking surroundings became known as the castle of the rockies. If you get a chance Gore were to the facebook page, go to the INSTAGRAM page whatever's easier for you for this podcast check out the pictures that I'm going to pose you see what I'm talking about. Definitely a beautiful beautiful site. Though tells it turns out was the brainchild of William Cornelius van Horne I'm talking about the guy who literally coined the phrase since we can't export the scenery we will have to import the tourists. He was the general manager of Canadian, Pacific Railway and one folks to be able to see them ingesting Canadian rockies while supporting his railway and resort. The original building was designed by Bruce Price and made a would but sadly burned to the ground in nineteen, twenty six thankfully, it was reconstructed two years later. As it would turn out in the present buildings were constructed in a what's the word I'm looking for Amalgam of styles don't let that foyer though. It's it's still considered to be. Canadian. Chateau whisk with elements. So Scottish baroni architecture and the arts and crafts movement. Listeners. You might be familiar with another railway hotel that's coming to mind I. It's the Hotel Flinty knock in Quebec, which was also built in this very distinctive style. If anyone's curious about the architecture of from what I understand the Chateau s features are its steep pitch, Ruse Corner Turrets and pointed dorm irs. The hotel the original hotel boasted two, hundred, fifty rooms. The hotel today boasts seven, hundred, sixty, four rooms a golf course a restaurant in even a spa it sits about four, thousand, six, hundred feet above sea level and it is clad and run limestone. The building. Hey, despite her age she looks great. That's not even taking into the facts that she's had some pretty extensive renovations done. She still looks great. In nineteen, Eighty, eight, your after I was born by the way, the hotel became a national historic site of Canada and today is considered to be a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Currently buildings owned and operated by Aker Hotels Two thousand sixteen. Apparently, this historic beauty is now one of the chain of luxury accommodations under the name fairmont hotels and resorts. The chain was formed in two thousand one as a merger between fairmont hotels and Canadian Pacific hotels. In time though I will say she has seen some pretty famous and notable guests. Now, the list is way too long for me to sit here and Rattle them all off. So I'm only going to name a few. Queen Elizabeth the Second King George the sixth? Winston, Churchill, Helen Keller, and my absolute favorite Hollywood bombshell Marilyn Monroe That is one lady I would've loved to rub shoulders with but. I digress. The history here hasn't been forgotten about, but the guests who once checked in. And never had a chance to leave. Seemed to have been. There still here in the hotel roaming the halls hanging out in their old accommodations like. Time has just sort of evaded them. I've discovered the legends here are plentiful and the paranormal experiences that guests have been part of our even more so. The staff here for a long time they really didn't like to talk about it. oftentimes, they just denied it. It was the easiest thing for them to do. then. The Canadian government back in two thousand, fourteen decided they were going to pay homage to one of the most famous stories from their countries folklore with a stamp and coin. The ghost bride. Could finally merge from the shadows of the Fairmont Banff. Springs Hotel where she had been hidden away for so long. Michael Sheridan the general manager of plant. Operations West Canada Post said bringing intriguing Canadian tales out of the shadows wet stamps continue to do. We are pleased to join the meant to highlight these stories and offer the perfect keepsake for those who revel in this particular type of folklore. We have been known to have visitors come from around the world for this tragic tale of the Ghost Fried said. Regional Vice President and general manager of the fairmont bombs rings. David Roberts. Her chilling resemblance has been expertly captured on this new coin and stamp, which is a novel way for her spirit live on beyond the walls. So the hotel. They certainly captured her life as very well, the twenty five cent. Covering. Nichols coin it's reverse design features a portrait of a bride with their eyes closed. Her headdress, just sort of softly cascades over her shoulders. This is thanks to the creative use of len. Taylor. Technology and and now it has this uniquely haunting affect who where you can tilt the coin and the bride's eyes suddenly spring open then the candles that light staircase light up the once black background. The. Stamp does feature the same haunting image. Also, there was a limited run on the coins because the Royal Canadian Mint only issued about fifteen thousand of them. Care to know what the cost. Twenty nine dollars. Ninety five cents. Yes, indeed. What about the bride though? What's her story? How did she become? Famous enough to.

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"alberta, canada" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"alberta, canada" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

"Do, you have an interest in the paranormal. Do you find joy in creepy. Delight and tear. That's not gonNA work. My. Name is Ryan and I am joined weekly by my friends Alex and chat deep into the stranger parts of life in.

"alberta, canada" Discussed on Martha Runs the World Podcast

Martha Runs the World Podcast

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"alberta, canada" Discussed on Martha Runs the World Podcast

"Accurately measured distances. Immediate race results quality shirt designs blame and a low key friendly atmosphere. Come Join US OUR BIBS say have fun out there on them and we guarantee that you will. What are you waiting for? Sign up and if that's not enough. Coastal trail runs is offering a five percent discount. Martha runs the world listeners. Use The code. Rt W five on the link at Martha runs the World Dot com today. Hi there welcome to episode sixty eight. I have a great guest today. Well all my guests are great. This one is especially great. Okay George fear is an athlete. She's a nutrition coach She's author. She's podcast her. She has a really great podcast called breaking up with binge eating. So we're GonNa talk about something that a lot of people don't like to talk about. It's a little uncomfortable to talk about. We are going to get into binge eating. What is what is as opposed to over eating that kind of thing. We're to talk about that a little bit. We're going to talk about her podcast which is really good. And we're GONNA talk about her books that she has written and she also has an upcoming book and so with all that. I don't want to delay it any longer. So here is Georgie fear. Will you please welcome to the show? Georgie fear high charge. Hi How you doing Martha. I'm doing. Great how are you today? I'm great. I'm Greatest Beautiful Sunny Day here in Alberta Canada but we actually have a snowfall warning for this weekend despite being mid April so slow down free easy crazy so much snow in the Midwest and up where you are insane at our yes so now just so. Everybody knows a little bit about you. Can you tell US W- What led you to start the podcast. Sure so Marie-claire my co coach. An We've been doing a coaching program called breaking up with binge eating for I guess about three or four years now and so. Many people have asked for a podcast. They just really want this information so I guess we were holdouts for a long period time because you know we felt like we didn't know what we were doing. What are we don't belong podcasting? We're we're coaches and we finally kind of bit the bullet and decided we could learn how to do this. Just like anything else. We bought the microphones and learn how to write a podcast and started recording and editing. Them and we got started and at first. I wasn't sure it would take off and fly but it's just grown and grown and grown. I think we are above seventy thousand downloads. Now and we're both just really happy that that many people are interested in the help that we have to offer we'll just very clear and succinct and the episodes a short. You take one or one concept and you just spread it out into and it's almost like we're we're hearing you think in your mind but it's very Organized insistent glad I have given you the illusion. That my mind is organized. Well doesn't just like helping people and you know I try and think about the different people.

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"alberta, canada" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"alberta, canada" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Of Canada there's a sixty four year old guy named Joseph Strout who's been America's most wanted dead beat dad for almost twenty years adults by this time he's been on the run since nineteen ninety eight and owes more than five hundred and fifty thousand dollars in back child support for his for buddy well after twenty years Joseph finally screwed up it turns out he's been living in Alberta Canada under the fake name is JYP Cousteau the yeah I know it might be a horrible person it's it's humor with that name and recently he was at a bar and ordered a cherry coke with eight maraschino cherries whoa did you that's a lot what are you five yeah exactly a few minutes later he started yelling that he broke his tooth on a pit in one of those cherries all but maraschino cherries don't have and the manager got suspicious so he went in the back room and started googling the name do you because style and eventually found a Facebook page one of his sons had started about the back child support so the manager called the cops a maraschino cherry Audi yeah they coordinated with the FBI and US marshals and Joseph was arrested earlier this month and now will be facing trial for violating child support and is facing quite a long time behind bars they don't have maraschino cherries behind bars and.

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The Splatter Box brings creativity and stress relief to Oregon

News, Traffic and Weather

01:40 min | 2 years ago

The Splatter Box brings creativity and stress relief to Oregon

"If your holiday travels take you south you may want to make a stop in Oregon for some stress relief come was bright Calvert discovers a very colorful way to work out your aggressions from the gate Laura Ellis knew she was onto something is actually the first of its kind in the U. S. business is called the splatter box most of my clientele from out of state I've had people from Alberta Canada Phoenix Arizona just everywhere command the splitter boxes a large black lit room in downtown Albany Oregon where you put on a little safety gear then you're allowed to work out any and all aggression by throwing paint yeah just or even just like we have company and presses everyone obviously because goggles because we don't want anything and eyes that they can just sort of go to town and this is you know just an area where you can see each other it's like goes everywhere and underneath the black lights glow clients of the splatter box throw paints in each other's splattered on the walls he would write messages of peace when their anger has finally dissipated when your session of throwing paint ends the room and you get hosed down you see all this pain comes off with water leaving no evidence of the stress relief you just work through I trade market I looked around I haven't found anything like it the current market cornered so if you plan your drive south this holiday season consider a pit stop in Albany whether you're on your way to or from grandma's house a little color might just be the pressure release you need

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"alberta, canada" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"alberta, canada" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"KFI AM six forty welcome back tickets to coast area I only cigar and my guest is John Newton and I'm really looking forward to this because this is an opportunity for you to get some clarity some communication from someone who has an amazing facilitator I have seen John on stage where he's really literally just take an audience to a whole new level by then and as I was explaining during that that break there about how he really can enter into the gap between thoughts at will for extended periods of time and this is where the healing is set to facilitating happened so lots of lots of great things to come Johnny ready soon for some great callers right it's interact Amir profound community here I am too I really am too because that's ultimately why I do what I do so thank you for being here let's go to our leader wildcard line when Alberta Canada America Alberta hireling hi hi John my situation is I have inferiority complex where I can't really express myself confidently without fear of judgement dole and I have been in that situation for a long time okay can I plug everything it so that's great you've you've thumbnail the issue so now we want to see where we feel it so in other words when you get a sense of maybe a recent time are just kind of that continuing in the future there's a place inside it doesn't feel good that that you notice so that's important so we want to get you from the concept of the story of that into the body so where do you feel that your body when you consider you know that injustice in your life in my heart as well as in my throat okay do you have a healthy heart that you know of I have problems in my throat I have great Sir no no I mean so I have a technique that's very powerful and it's quick but if you have any hard issues I don't want to offer that technique to you just add a comment on that have any known issues okay great so can you handle seeing where this came from yes sounds a little weird I know but it's a question what yeah all you're gonna do is you're gonna notice where you feel in your body you said harden throw just breathe into the heart in the throat there's sensation there it may be happiness it may be he it could be vibration just notice it breeds gently into that sensation and as you do an image or memory is going to come to you it's early in your life and it doesn't have to make sense just say I got it or share if you want to share what.

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"alberta, canada" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"alberta, canada" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"UFC forty in Alberta Canada Saturday night the man goes to Max Holloway UFC featherweight champion with the unanimous decision over Frankie Edgar Hollywood is seventeen you have baseball Saturday night Barbara started the day with a one game but shortly after so that left a note the couple came into the room what do you know what other this week yeah I don't know what happened in the form of the camel sex in deals six twenty WTMJ brewers with that five three women there in a virtual you can still make no Boston nine five what is it that way yeah yeah yeah your radio man the former red Sox star David Ortiz three have a call what animal players will still be holding out and.

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"alberta, canada" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange

The Ladies of Strange

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"alberta, canada" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange

"Boop. Boop. Boop. Boop. This just in the way from Tiffany's guest room all the way from Madison. Nope. Medicine hat Alberta Canada. Ooh. Canada. Why to learn a story will? It will. What happens right raven class pay attention just started. Okay. Are you the person that talks through credits? And you're like, well, this is how they're going to set up this movie. It's gonna be stupid credits are at the end opening segment. Opening throw the you skip the intro on flicks. I don't watch movies TV shows Bs skipped Indra when I'm binge-watching things. Well, you're not skipping. This. Did it did? Just ahead. You're good. That's the first. On Sunday, April twenty third two thousand six in medicine hat Alberta. Canada a six year old neighborhood boy went to his friend's house. Eight year old Jacob Richardson to see if he could play after knocking multiple times he decided to walk around the house to see if anyone was home he peaked in the downstairs window to the basement and saw two adults laying on the floor. He knocked on the window to get her attention. But when they did not respond. He figured they may need help. That's a good a sump shin. Do you know the story? I know this. I actually got kind of upset when you said six eight, and I was looking no kids involved. And then said he knocked on the door and was like oh shit. I know this is he ran home to get his mother who after investigating the situation herself called nine one one. This was at one thirty four PM. First on the scene wasn't specter. Brett suck Indiana. Cuba's actually for saying thou cracking up, but the thing is like pause for 'cause well, Tiffany regains who's doing my research, and I put it in there and typed it out and then going back through reading my notes. I was like oh crap. Okay. It's S E C O N D A K. How else would you pronounce it? Like, you said suck act second EAC. How what I personally pronounce it? Paradise burn man. Okay. So I on this was the inspector who looked into the window and could confirm that there was at least one adult on the floor. He called for backup hoping to get into the home and help whoever was in there. Six police officers arrived shortly after the initial call after multiple attempts to get the people to respond by knocking on the windows and doors, they used a battering ram to enter the home through the front door where they were met by gruesome scene blood smears, covered the walls and the split level staircase they headed to the lower level of the home or the two people were seeing laying on the floor. They saw the two lifeless bodies of a man and a woman on the basement floor covered in blood, the victims were Marc and Debra Richardson, the police begin piecing together evidence as they continue to search the home. There's a screwdriver laying next to Mark's hand and blood splatter all over the room, the TV fireplace couches, their initial thought was a domestic dispute that turned into murder suicide after closer investigation. They noticed that they had both been sad. Multiple times and the blood spattered smears showed a struggle between more than two people as they continue their investigation of the home. They moved up stairs to clear the rest of the house as they were working through the home. They saw multiple pictures of family both parents young girl and a younger boy they made begin to search for the children as they entered the first bedroom at the top of the stairs. They were met by another horrific scene. They saw blood splatter on the walls floor and toys on the floor. The young boy. Eight year old Jacob Richardson from the family photos was laying on the bed covered in blood. They immediately began searching the rest of the home for the young girl in the photos expecting.

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"alberta, canada" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"alberta, canada" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"And then he like a needed something from me. So she'll media-wise and I haven't seen him since. And I haven't talked to him since October Lassic. Yeah. So you're saying like, you're welcome. Let's so embarrassing. I know I'm we literally live five minute walk from each other. What if you saw him like what would you do? I don't know. I mean, I just like I'm so past carrying at this point like, yeah. Totally. We had plans he was in Mexico at like a wedding and him, and I had plans to hang out when he got back owes like dude, I miss are like Robbie Sheena days like just like BFF hang out days. And I was like we need one of those news like for sure like I'm back from tomorrow. I texted him not night the next night. And I was like oh Jamaica box. He's like, yeah. Just doing some laundry and whatnot going to crash earlier. I was like all right, go balls like still on for tomorrow. Right. And then that was like mid October. I was the last I've ever heard from him again. I'm like what the hell what happened that next day? Like, I have an issue with one of his roommates who was a complete piece of shit his girlfriend who I became really good friends, and they'll tell you who he is off air course, he was also on that show. Gotcha. But I don't know and like Robbie doesn't even like him literally like, they're two roommates who hate each other and talk shit about each other. But act. Their best friends. It's the fakest thing I've ever seen. Oh, and so am I careful I don't know if something was said in that one day, but I've never heard from him again. I'm like, I didn't do anything wrong. That's so interesting, and he got something from you on social media. He it was like this new restaurant that opened up on the west side that he like wanted me to go with him to do a little lunch day and like help like promote the company, and I was like supposed to give aid for do. You think? I did shady. Yeah. I I it was like this amount. And then he was like, oh, no. It's thought split between us, and then I still never got. Oh that I I you know, what one time I was seeing a guy in Edmonton Alberta Canada before I went on the show like before I want a bachelor, and we we had broken up and I had moved Vancouver. And then that's when they called me to go on the show. And when when they called me to go on the show, I found out that the guy that I had broken up with already was cheating on me during that time too. And I I made him give me my PlayStation back. Yeah. You get your money. Right. Yeah. That's I would go after a PlayStation. Yeah. I'm sure it was a decent amount of money. So crazy, and we're still fine. My friends, which is the weirdest thing. You are. Yeah. Come like. I just like refused to stop sharing my location with Mike whatever you can see where I'm I don't care. But I'm like this is so weird. We we haven't spoken in three and a half months. But like, we're still find my friends. Do you have a lot of those people and find my probably like fifteen zero. Yeah. I mean, if I if I wanted to like be shady, you just like stop like, you just turn your location all the time being. But then they would know you're being shady. Yeah..

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Canadian air traffic controllers send pizza to unpaid U.S. counterparts

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

01:06 min | 3 years ago

Canadian air traffic controllers send pizza to unpaid U.S. counterparts

"So the government shutdown means that air traffic controllers have been forced to work without being paid. And this is kind of a cool little thing. That's happened. Now that part's not cool but air traffic controllers in major cities in Canada have begun to send pizza. Pay for pizza and send it to air traffic controllers in America. Kind of is a nice gesture of Heber with you. Well, you know, if you're not getting paid, the least you can do is just get some free food. Right. Yeah. So it started Edmund Edmonton Alberta, Canada and Alaska share airspace. They against each other. And so those air traffic controller units need to work together. So air traffic controllers in Edmonton Canada sent pizza to Alaska. And now, it's just snowballed. For instance, there is a big oil town in candidate called fort McMurray. Air traffic controllers they're sent pizza to use controllers in El Paso, Texas, because they're both oil like paying it forward, which has so far they think more than four hundred different pizza deliveries have taken place air traffic controllers from Canada, sending pizza to those

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"alberta, canada" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"alberta, canada" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Listen for a change. On a first we're gonna call Kendra and kindred twenty-seven, and she is in Edmonton Alberta Canada. Have you heard of the Edmonton Oilers? I love the Edmonton Oilers. What sport? Well, I love how they grease things up. Okay. What I'm saying? What sport I'm gonna go with? What's that one that they do in the Olympics? Yeah. It's what export the brooming one. Well, no, it's played on the same surface as you do the brooming thing. Fuck you guess is hockey dick to from my shoe with call Kendra? Sorry, all what curling curling curling? Yes. I'm sure Edmonton has plenty of curling and become. Hey, kindred sim. How are you? Good. Are you? I'm doing really, well, honestly how to kindred. Hi Kendra in Edmonton. Thanks so much for doing this. Not a problem. Kendra Hausa Edmund tin your ice hockey fan. We spoke a little bit about the about the Oilers Ana I don't think she's an ice hockey fan. But you everyone candidate ice hockey fans that how it works. It's mandatory. Okay. 'cause the problem is is that the visual same thing with soccer. Like, I don't quite. I it's hard to for viewer who hasn't grown up with it to see exactly like where the puck is going and what exactly happening the fights are fascinating. But I also just don't know. Quite that part. You Ana I'm gonna take you to a hockey game of the stable centre, Kingston how hockey fans are made. You have to see them in person came to us themselves. The most exciting sport and watch live awful Andro. You got my back. Right. Absolutely. No. It's it's just being there part of it too. Thank you. That's what I'm asking. Okay. All right. All right. All right Kendra, we're going stop in. Now, you're gonna tell the story about. What happened at this wedding? It was the wedding of your best friend, tell us everything. And then we're going to try and help you with this situation. But don't leave any details out. Okay. Okay. Solely my husband, and I wrote wedding three weeks ago and atr table. There was a another couple. They are each they were fun and super chill, and we had a good time getting along with them. We talked on nights and see drink a lot. We were kind of playing on her phone. So we exchanged numbers. And once the drink started flowing kinda talked about like what her and her husband were into and what my husband were to. And we kinda had some seem things except she told me that her and her husband are in an open relationship, and she likes to have fun with women. Okay. So we kind of part on and leader on the knights came up to me. And she's like I have to tell you your husband is very attractive. And I was like, well, I know so I had to tell him, and he kinda got all cocky, and then we were kind of joking about bringing her to a room and totally joking. And then at the end of the night, we left with them and in the back of the cab her, and I actually kissed totally playful and from what I remember the night kind of just ended in me went our separate ways. So they went back home. And now we've been talking like in a group chat with her myself and my husband, it's kinda flirty. It's different. I feel like me and my husband have girlfriend right now. And I just kind of went hope to go ahead with this. Okay. So I made out with a dear friend of mine in college to sort of impress guys. I think that that's probably pretty typical. Michael because the look on the guys faces was so her so like a standard and like in turned on. And I think that was why we did that the point. I'm getting at it kind of. Yeah. It put a little bridge in our in our friendship, but the point I'm getting at is.

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"alberta, canada" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"alberta, canada" Discussed on KTRH

"Toured Britain by the time. He was just sixteen. He began his career with stampede wrestling in Calgary Alberta Canada when he was twenty. Billington worked in Japan before signing with the world. Wrestling federation is one half of the British BULLDOGS in eighty four. Despite being undersized dynamite. Kid became one of the most influential wrestlers of his era. For his ferocious in half flying style. And I guess I guess it's theme song ran out. So did we ever ask people to tell their favorite wrestler? We were do that as a. Did we do that? Feels like we did. But I don't. Feels like the kind of thing we ought to do ever so often like where you call in. And and in in the voice of your favorite wrestler. Jesse? We did it twice. Third time's jar. All right. If you've called in with your favorite, I want you to call in with the wrestler who does not get his do. This might not be your favorite wrestler. This is just a rattler who in your opinion doesn't get talked about enough because of his great influence on the sport. Chat Nakanishi, but that little exemption. I didn't go to law school twice for nothing. Seven one three two one two five eight seven four three two one two.

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