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"anne hutchinson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"anne hutchinson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Around eighty by that point in time with southern California's most accurate and dependable forecast. I'm CBS scarf camp Canucks. Ten seventy NewsRadio. It's eleven seventeen to promote a police. Officers will be retried on trial stemming from the beating of an unarmed teenage boy, the LA county fair and the alleged cover up that followed federal prosecutors announced plans to put officers Chad Johnson and prince Hutchinson on trial again more than three years. After the violent encounter with Christian Aguilar who was sixteen years old at the time. Cops are escorting dot and cousin off the fairgrounds. When the teens started recording video Jensen and Hutchinson. Allegedly. Roughed Aguilar up and falsely accused him of trying to punch Johnson the charges against and his relatives were eventually dropped. The city of Pomona ended up paying out half a million dollars to settle a civil suit over the two thousand fifteen incident. Hudson's attorney stored atom says his client denies the allegations against him being in law enforcement and being in this position is extremely stressful. Jensen's attorney has not responded to our requests for comment. The officers first trial ended with jurors deadlocked eleven to one in favor of guilt Johnson. Anne Hutchinson are unpaid leave club, skew tie, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. I detective slot. The body countless three now they want to track down a fugitive to see what he knows about. Eight bodies seven were discovered in the elbow valley with the body stacking up a thirties who are doing all they can detract him down. Hey, Zeus chewy goose Mon. Is considered be a so called person of interest in the seven antelope valley cases at a suspect in a Riverside County, botched home invasion robbery, the remains of five people have been found on a Little Rock property were Guzman used to live and to other victims were found dead about six miles away. Investigators say Guzman is known to frequent the end of the valley victorville at Lonzo riverside in Compton. And he drives a black two thousand nine Toyota Corolla, he's considered to be armed and dangerous. John Baird KNX ten seventy NewsRadio on death row at San Quentin were found dead in their cells over the weekend was a former marine who is already serving a life sentence for three killings in Chicago when he was sentenced to death last month for murdering five women in southern California. The other had been on death row since two thousand five for the strangulation arson murders of four people that are Hollywood hills home over a business dispute. Both men's deaths are being investigated a suicides. There is no evidence. Deaths are related eleven twenty. Thank your money. Amazon's HQ to may have gotten a little better, the Wall Street Journal reports Amazon plans to choose to locations for its second headquarters because the thinks it might not be able to find enough tech talent in just one city. They're not in LA yet. The cashier-free seven eleven stores are coming reports say the convenience stores testing them in Dallas and will expand to more cities next year customers use seven elevens mobile app to scan and pay, but you still need a human being to pay for hot foods tobacco products alcohol and lottery tickets the latest game activision blizzard St. Oslo franchises off to a rough. Start game Mercer panning the trailer for the new level game. Even though analysts think Diablo immortal will be a money maker it gone almost thirteen million views in the first three days, but only fifteen thousand likes there's even a hashtag not my blow shares of Santa Monica based activision fell six percent. On Wall Street. The Dow up one hundred ninety one points, the NASDAQ down twenty eight and the s&p down fifteen we check your. Money at twenty and fifty after each hour. I'm Bloomberg's Adrienne Mitchell. KNX ten seventy NewsRadio that'll.

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"anne hutchinson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"anne hutchinson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Pomona police officers. You'll be retried on charges stemming from the beating of an unarmed teenage boy at the LA county fair the alleged cover up that followed prosecutors announced plans to put officers Chad Johnson and prince Hutchinson on trial again more than three years after the violent encounter with Christian Aguilar who was sixteen years old at the time. Cops are escorting dot and cousin off the fairgrounds. When the teens started recording video Jensen and Hutchinson. Allegedly. Roughed up and falsely accused him of trying to punch Johnson. In the charges against Aguilar. And his relatives were eventually dropped the city of Pomona ended up paying out half a million dollars to settle a civil suit over the two thousand fifteen incident Hutchinson's attorney store at atom says his client denies the allegations against him being in law enforcement and being in this position is extremely stressful. Jensen's attorney has not responded to our requests for comment. The officers first trial ended with jurors deadlocked eleven to one in favor of guilt Johnson. Anne Hutchinson are paid leave cloudy pesky tie KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio bigger problems at the DMV. Federal prosecutors say they've seen an increase in the number of workers accused of fraud charges against a total of forty persons, and that includes twelve employees at the DMV US attorney McGregor. Scott says those cases are within a five year period. He says the prosecution's mostly center around DMV worker, stealing the identities of drivers to open credit card accounts and accepting bribes to alter test results just last week. A trucking school owner got four years in prison for paying several workers. To pass students who had failed or who? Never even took the test. Would tell us that. We don't want people who are not properly trained and licensed to be operating big rig vehicles. The DMV workers either pleaded guilty or were convicted in the case. Many will be sentenced in the coming weeks. The DMV says it takes fraud. Seriously. Intern many of the cases over to federal prosecutors, Karen Adams Canucks ten seventy NewsRadio man wanted for questioning about three bodies found in Little Rock is now being sought and could actually with aid killing seven of the homicides happen in the valley. The place in Riverside County in February during what authorities described as a botched home invasion robbery. Investigators think zoos chewy Guzman and Rodolfo Garcia were drawn to that home because of the large amount of marijuana there. Garcia's already been arrested goose Mon is still on the loose. Detectives also wanna ask him about three decomposed bodies found in a Little Rock property last month where he used to live in about two other bodies found there recently. And about a double murder that took place less than six miles away goose modest Latino five five hundred and fifty pounds. He's considered to be armed and dangerous. He drives a black two thousand nine Toyota Corolla was a license plate ending in the numbers..

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"anne hutchinson" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy

Tony the Movie Guy

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"anne hutchinson" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy

"There's nothing we can do about it. Yeah, project it was a brilliant movie, tragic. My next one is on the silly horror genre you or not a huge fan of this film. I love it cabin in the woods. All right, it's okay. So the great there are some the great thing about the death scenes in this movie is very different because it's always such a quirky. Interesting. We had film in terms of how people die in this film. The first one, basically, Chris Hemsworth who is my boyfriend. That's right. He's in this. Yeah, and he's super hot in this movie. And then for in every movie go cold. His girlfriend is the characters. Jules played by Anne Hutchinson actress. She's pretty blunt. Nice boobs. Mex- poops. You definitely see those and they're like. This there in the forest. I mean, how is this for a combination of, you know, the the worst setting for being murdered there in the forest in the dark, starting to have sex on the floor. You know she's naked in her panties, and then suddenly the zombies come like from behind her and like he gets grabbed in the back by this awful. What do you call those things that are like they throw them and they have spikes basically gets him in the back and Yanks him backwards. And then she gets basically ripped in half and gnarly head gets cut off Jesus. Yeah, you like the really like outrageous, gruesome scenes. I have fun. I don't know what to say. I think it's like a weird. Okay. Version of art in fucked up. See, that's just never been my thing. Okay. So that's talking about really fucked up death scene. And it's so memorable. John Doe seven. So this is a double whammy because it's obviously the final climactic scene where Kevin Spacey is John Doe, and he's turned himself in and.

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"anne hutchinson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"anne hutchinson" Discussed on KGO 810

"Only thing that i was sort of expecting is i was reading the book is you often with with something like this it's often connected to a particular tragedy like a plague or you know some sort of some contamination in the food supply or the water supply kind of like what happened in the salem witch trials or whether you who the people are looking for a scapegoat for a sort of a big tragedy and i almost thought that that might have been part of this legend is well like a rash of crib death or something like that that they they had to find a way to explain and they come back to the jersey devil but released never part of the story well when we first started this research project we began frankenmuth zito and i we sort of assumed and we later discovered we assume wrongly that underneath all this you'd find the story of a monstrous birth prior to the modern age children born with birth defects this was these are referred to us monstrous birth and there's a long tradition a long literary tradition in europe of books and pamphlets describing monstrous births baby aboard two heads or no arms or you know a calf is born looks vaguely like a human this was already a tradition that was well established in western civilization and so we sort of assume that that would be the case that we'd find somewhere under there there would have been a case of somebody having such a birth and that's what sort of evolved into this but we didn't find any that doesn't necessarily mean there wasn't it's just we didn't find any records of it printed records diaries and letters and things from that period from the late sixteen hundreds and early seventeen hundreds are sorta difficult to find and so we didn't find anything like that but we did find one person who sort of vaguely fits the broad outlines of mother leads and that was that was kind of interesting yeah and that's the was that the story of the women in boston who had birth defects and it's like it's a natural thing it happens but people react cruelly to it and mentioned that real quickly about those two women sure we'll luther there's the story of an hutchinson anne hutchinson was an important early american i mean they didn't use the term back then but she was a women's rights advocate in boston she fought for the idea that women should be allowed to have leadership roles that women should be treated equally to men that they should be allowed to be part of the clergy and the puritans of boston did not like that idea at all and as far as the puritans were concerned and hutchinson was just a pushy woman who needed to be put back in her place and he's got a lot of kids and the final child that she bears his bore is is stillbirth born horribly deformed almost to the point where it was on recognizable as a human and she had a close protege of hers mary dyer who also had a a a monstrous birth a deformed child and the puritan clergy of boston use them as scapegoats and held them up as examples to say you see this is what god does to women who don't know their place and so the story of the jersey devil is also a story of the suppression of outspoken women that is still so relevant to our society today you know that women do you shouldn't be able to lead you should just be quiet you know stay in your place and so we think that the story of anne hutchinson which comes much later well after the time of daniel leads but here we have the story of a woman who is sort of persecuted by the religious authorities she has a monstrous child and this is god punishing her there you go it's the model they were looking for for that other missing piece to the story and one of those women is essentially vanished and the other is later on is is is executed so right so we'll put up the numbers next you join the conversation in our last half hour on the secret history of the jersey devil on coast to coast am this is ian punnet.

"anne hutchinson" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"anne hutchinson" Discussed on KSRO

"Is really funny because you know they they cop to the fact that it doesn't exist but that doesn't stop it and i think the only thing that i was sort of expecting is i was reading the book is you often with with something like this it's often connected to a particular tragedy like a plague or you know some sort of some contamination in the food supply or the water supply kind of like what happened in the salem witch trials or whether you the people are looking for a scapegoat for a sort of a big tragedy and i almost thought that that might have been part of this legend is well like a rash of crib death or something like that they had to find a way to explain and they come back to the jersey devil but released never part of the story well when we first started this research project we began frank zito i we sort of assumed and and we later discovered we have assumed wrongly that underneath all this you'd find the story of a monstrous birth prior to the modern age children born with birth defects this was these were referred to us monstrous births and there's a long tradition a long literary tradition in europe of books and pamphlets describing monstrous births baby for two heads or no arms or you know a calf is born that looks vaguely like a human this was already a tradition that was well established in western civilization and so we sort of assume that that would be the case that we'd find somewhere under there there would have been a case of somebody having such birth and that's what sort of evolved into this but we didn't find any that doesn't necessarily mean there wasn't it's just that we didn't find any records of it printed records diaries and letters and things from that period from the late sixteen hundreds and early seventeen hundreds are sort of difficult to find and so we didn't find anything like that but we did find one person who sort of vaguely fits the broad outlines of mother leads and that was that was kind of interesting was that the story of the women in boston who had birth defects jordan and it's like it's a natural thing it happens but people react cruelly to it so mentioned that real quickly about those two women sure we'll luther there's the story of anne hutchinson and hutchinson wasn't important early american i mean they didn't use the term back then but she was a women's rights advocate in boston she fought for the idea that women should be allowed to have leadership roles that women should be treated equally to men that they should be allowed to be part of the clergy and the puritans of boston did not like that idea at all and as far as the puritans were concerned and hutchinson was just a pushy woman who needed to be put back in her place and she's a lot of kids and the final child that she bears his bore is is stillbirth born horribly deformed almost to the point where it was unrecognisable as a human and she had a close protege of hers mary dyer who also had a a monstrous birth a deformed child and the puritan clergy of boston use them as scapegoats and held them up as to say you see this is what god does to women who don't know their place and so the story of the jersey devil is also a story of the suppression of outspoken women that is still so relevant to our society today you know the women you shouldn't be able to lead you should just be quiet stay in your place and so we think that the story of anne hutchinson which comes much later well after the time of daniel leads but here we have the story of a woman is sort of persecuted by the religious authorities she has a monstrous child and this is god punishing her there you go it's the model they were looking for for that other missing piece to the story and one of those women is essentially vanished in the other it is later on is is is executed so all right so we'll put up the numbers next you join the conversation in our last half hour on the secret history of the jersey devil on coast to coast am this is ian component.

"anne hutchinson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"anne hutchinson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Sort of expecting is i was reading the book is you often with with something like this it's often connected to particular tragedy like a plague or you know some sort of some contamination in the food supplier the water supply kind of like what happened in the salem witch trials or whether you're with the people are looking for a scapegoat for a sort of a big tragedy and i almost thought that that might have been part of this legend is well like a rash of crib death or something like that that they they had to find a way to explain and they come back to the jersey devil but released never part of the story well when we first started this research project we began frankish busy zito an i we sort of assumed and we later discovered we assume wrongly that underneath all this you'd find the story of a monstrous birth prior to the modern age children born with birth defects this was these are referred to us monstrous birth and there's a long tradition a long literary tradition in europe of books and pamphlets describing monstrous births baby aboard two heads or no arms or you know a calf is born looks vaguely like a human this was already a tradition that was well established in western civilization and so we sort of assume that that would be the case that we'd find somewhere under there there would have been a case of somebody having such a birth and that's what sort of evolved into this but we didn't find any that doesn't necessarily mean there wasn't it's just that we didn't find any records of it printed records diaries and letters and things from that period from the late sixteen hundreds and early seventeen hundreds are sorta difficult to find and so we didn't find anything like that but we did find one person who sort of vaguely fits the broad outlines of mother leads and that was that was kind of interesting yeah and that was that the story of the women in boston who had birth defects and like it's a natural thing it happens but people react cruelly to it so mentioned that real quickly about those two women short we'll lose the there's the story of anne hutchinson and hutchinson was an important early american i mean they didn't use the term back then but she was a women's rights advocate in boston she fought for the idea that women should be allowed to have leadership roles that women should be treated equally to men that they should be allowed to be part of the clergy and the puritans of boston did not like that idea at all and as far as the puritans were concerned and hutchinson was just a pushy woman who needed to be put back in her place and she's got a lot of kids and the final child that she bears his bore is is stillbirth born horribly deformed almost to the point where it was unrecognisable as a human and she had a close protege of hers mary dyer who also had a monstrous birth deformed child and the puritan clergy of boston use them as scapegoats and held them up as examples to say you see this is what god does to women who don't know their place and so the story of the jersey devil is also a story of the suppression of outspoken women that is still so relevant to our society today you know that women you shouldn't be able to lead you should just be quiet you know stay in your place and so we think that the story of anne hutchinson which much later well after the time of daniel leads but here we have the story of a woman is sort of persecuted by the religious authorities she has a monstrous child and this is god punishing her there you go it's the model they were looking for for that other missing piece to the story and one of those women is essentially vanished and the other is later on is is is executed so all right so we'll put up the numbers next you join the conversation in our last half hour on the secret history of the jersey devil on coast to coast am this is ian punit he's newsradio twelve hundred w san antonio and iheart radio station news radio i'm chris demeo nine people are hospitalized after police say that we're standing in an apartment complex in boise idaho and some of the victims with life threatening injuries police say thirty year old suspects fled but was arrested a short time later one person is dead after a boat engine exploded catching fire in.

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"anne hutchinson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"anne hutchinson" Discussed on KGO 810

"That that would be the case that we'd find somewhere under there there would have been a case of somebody having such a birth that's what sort of evolved into this but we didn't find any that doesn't necessarily mean there wasn't it's just that we didn't find any records of it printed records diaries and letters and things from that period from the late sixteen hundreds and early seventeen hundreds are sort of difficult to find and so we didn't find anything like that but we did find one person who sort of vague we fits the broad outlines of mother leads and that was that was kind of interesting and that's was that the story of the women in boston who had birth defects and it seems like it's a natural thing it happens but people react cruelly to it so mentioned that real quickly about those two women sure we'll lose the there's the story of anne hutchinson and hutchinson was an important early american i mean they didn't use the term back then but she was a women's rights advocate in boston she fought for the idea that women should be allowed to have leadership roles that women should be treated equally to men that they should be allowed to be part of the clergy and the puritans of boston did not like that idea at all and as far as the puritans were concerned and hutchinson was just a pushy woman who needed to be put back in her place and she's a lot of kids and the final child that she bears his bore is stillbirth born horribly deformed almost to the point where it was unrecognisable as a human and she had a close protege of hers mary dyer who also had a monstrous birth deformed child and the puritan clergy of boston use them as scapegoats and held them up as examples say you see this is what god does to women who don't know their place and so the story of the jersey devil is also a story of the suppression of outspoken women that is still so relevant to our society today the women do you shouldn't be able to lead you should just be quiet stay in your place and so we think that the story of anne hutchinson which comes much later well after the time of daniel leads but here we have the story of a woman who is persecuted by the religious authorities she has a monstrous child and this is god punishing her there you go it's the model they were looking for for that other missing piece to the story and one of those women is essentially vanished and the other is later on is is is executed so right so we'll put up the numbers next you join the conversation on our last half hour on the secret history of the jersey devil on coast to coast am this is ian punnet.

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"anne hutchinson" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"anne hutchinson" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Only thing that i was sort of expecting is i was reading the book is you often with with something like this it's often connected to a particular tragedy like a plague or you know some sort of some contamination in the food supply or the water supply kind of like what happened in the salem witch trials or whether you who the people are looking for a scapegoat for a sort of a big tragedy and i almost thought that that might have been part of this legend is well like a rash of crib death or something like that they had to find a way to explain and they come back to the jersey devil but released never part of the story well when we first started this research project we began busy zito and i we sort of assumed and we later discovered we assumed wrongly that underneath all this you'd find the story of a monstrous birth prior to the modern age children born with birth defects this was referred to us monstrous birth and there's a long tradition a long literary tradition in europe of books and pamphlets describing monstrous birth baby aboard two heads or no arms or you know a calf is born looks vaguely like a human this was already a tradition that was well established in western civilization and so we sort of assume that that would be the case that we'd find somewhere under there there would have been a case of somebody having such a birth and that's what sort of evolved into this but we didn't find any that doesn't necessarily mean there wasn't it's just that we didn't find any records of it printed records diaries and letters and things from that period from the late sixteen hundreds and early seventeen hundreds are sort of difficult to find and so we didn't find anything like that but we did find one person who sort of vaguely fits the broad outlines of mother leads and that was that was kind of interesting yeah and that's the was that the story of the women in boston who had birth defects and it's like it's a natural thing it happens but people react cruelly to it and mentioned that real quickly about those two women short will lose the there's the story of anne hutchinson and hutchinson was an important early american i mean they didn't use the term back then but she was a women's rights advocate in boston she fought for the idea that women should be allowed to have leadership roles that women should be treated equally to men that they should be allowed to be part of the clergy and the puritans of boston did not like that idea at all and as far as the puritans were concerned and hutchinson was just a pussy woman who needed to be put back in her place and she's got a lot of kids and the final child that she bears his bore is is stillbirth born horribly deformed almost to the point where it was unrecognisable as a human and she had a close protege of hers mary dyer who also had a a monstrous birth deformed child and the puritan clergy of boston use them as scapegoats and held them up as examples to say you see this is what god does to women who don't know their place and so the story of the jersey devil is also a story of the suppression of outspoken women that is still so relevant to our society today you know the women you shouldn't be able to lead you should just be quiet you know stay in your place and so we think that the story of anne hutchinson which much later well after the time of daniel leads but here we have story of a woman who is persecuted by the religious authorities she has a monstrous child and this is god punishing her there you go it's the model they were looking for for that other missing piece to the story and one of those women is essentially banished and the other is later on is is is executed so all right so we'll put up the numbers next join the conversation on our last half hour on the secret history of the jersey devil on coast to coast am this is ian punnet.

"anne hutchinson" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"anne hutchinson" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Only thing that i was sort of expecting is i was reading the book is you often with with something like this it's often connected to a particular tragedy like a plague or you know some sort of some contamination in the food supply or the water supply kind of like what happened in the salem witch trials or whether you with the people are looking for a scapegoat for a sort of a big tragedy and i almost thought that that might have been part of this legend is well like a rash of crib death or something like that they had to find a way to explain and they come back to the jersey devil but released never part of the story well when we first started this research project we began franken's busy to and i we sort of assumed and we later discovered we assume wrongly that underneath all this you'd find the story of a monstrous birth prior to the modern age children born with birth defects this was these are referred to as monstrous birth and there's a long tradition a long literary tradition in europe of books and pamphlets describing monstrous births baby for two heads or no arms or you know a calf is born that looks vaguely like a human this was already a tradition that was well established in western civilization and so we sort of assume that that would be the case that we'd find somewhere under there there would have been a case of somebody having such birth and that's what sort of evolved into this but we didn't find any that doesn't necessarily mean there wasn't it's just i we didn't find any records of it printed records diaries and letters and things from that period from the late sixteen hundreds and early seventeen hundreds are sort of difficult to find and so we didn't find anything like that but we did find one person who sort of vaguely fits the broad outlines of mother leads and that was that was kind of interesting yeah and that's the was that the story of the women in boston who had birth defects children like it's a natural thing it happens but people react cruelly to it and mentioned that real quickly about those two women short will the there's the story of anne hutchinson and hutchinson was an important early american i mean they didn't use the term back then but she was a women's rights advocate in boston she fought for the idea that women should be allowed to have leadership roles that women should be treated equally to men that they should be allowed to be part of the clergy and the puritans of boston did not like that idea at all and as far as the puritans were concerned and hutchinson was just a pushy woman who needed to be put back in her place and she's got a lot of kids and the final child that she bears his bore is is stillbirth born horribly deformed almost to the point where it was unrecognisable as a human and she had a close protege of hers mary dyer who also had a monstrous birth deformed child and the puritan clergy of boston used them as scapegoats and held them up as examples to say you see this is what god does to women who don't know their place and so the story of the jersey devil is also a story of the suppression of outspoken women that is still so relevant to our society today that women you shouldn't be able to lead you should just be quiet you know stay in your place and so we think that the story of anne hutchinson which comes much later well after the time of daniel leads but here we have story of a woman who is persecuted by the religious authorities she has a monstrous child and this is god punishing her there you go it's the model they were looking for for that other missing piece to the story and one of those women is essentially banished and the other is later on is is is executed so all right so we'll put up the numbers next year the conversation in our last half hour on the secret history of the jersey.

"anne hutchinson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"anne hutchinson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"That that would be the case that we'd find somewhere under there there would have been a case of somebody having such a birth that's what sort of evolved into this but we didn't find any that doesn't necessarily mean there wasn't it's just that we didn't find any records of it printed records diaries and letters and things from that period from the late sixteen hundreds and early seventeen hundreds are sort of difficult to find and so we didn't find anything like that but we did find one person who sort of vaguely fits the broad outlines of mother leads and that was that was kind of interesting was that the story of the women in boston who had birth defects and it's like it's a natural thing it happens but people react cruelly to it and mentioned that real quickly about those two women sure we'll the there's the story of an hutchinson and hutchinson was an important early american i mean they didn't use the term back then but she was a women's rights advocate in boston she fought for the idea that women should be allowed to have leadership roles that women should be treated equally to men that they should be allowed to be part of the clergy and the puritans of boston did not like that idea at all and as far as the puritans were concerned and hutchinson was just a pushy woman who needed to be put back in her place and she's got a lot of kids and the final child that she bears his bore is is still birth born horribly deformed almost to the point where it was unrecognisable as a human and she had a close protege of hers mary dyer who also had a a monstrous birth deformed child and the puritan clergy of boston used them as scapegoats and held them up as examples to say you see this is what god does to women who don't know their place and so the story of the jersey devil is also a story of the suppression of outspoken women that is still so relevant to our society today you know the women you shouldn't be able to lead you should just be quiet you know stay in your place and so we think that the story of anne hutchinson which comes much later well after the time of daniel leads but here we have story of a woman who is persecuted by the religious authorities she has a monstrous child and this is god punishing her there you go it's the model they were looking for for that other missing piece to the story and one of those women is essentially banished and the other is later on is is is executed so all right so we'll put up the numbers next you join the conversation on our last half hour on the secret history of the jersey devil on coast to coast am this is ian punnet.

"anne hutchinson" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"anne hutchinson" Discussed on KTRH

"Of assume that that would be the case that we'd find somewhere under there there would have been a case of somebody having such a birth and that's what sort of evolved into this but we didn't find any that doesn't necessarily mean there wasn't it's just that we didn't find any records of it printed records diaries and letters and things from that period from the late sixteen hundreds and early seventeen hundreds are sort of difficult to find and so we didn't find anything like that but we did find one person who sort of vaguely fits the broad outlines of mother leads and that was that was kind of interesting and that's the was that the story of the women in boston who had birth defects and it's like it's a natural thing it happens but people react cruelly to it and mentioned that real quickly about those two women short we'll lose the there's the story of anne hutchinson and hutchinson was an important early american i mean they didn't use the term back then but she was a women's rights advocate in boston she fought for the idea that women should be allowed to have leadership roles that women should be treated equally to men that they should be allowed to be part of the clergy and the puritans of boston did not like that idea at all and as far as the puritans were concerned and hutchinson was just a pussy woman who needed to be put back in her place and she's got a lot of kids and the final child that she bears his bore is is stillbirth born horribly deformed almost to the point where it was unrecognizable as a human and she had a close protege of hers mary dyer who also had a monstrous birth deformed child and the puritan clergy of boston used them as scapegoats and held them up as examples to say you see this is what god does to women who don't know their place and so the story of the jersey devil is also a story of the suppression of outspoken women that is still so relevant to our society today you know the women you shouldn't be able to lead you should just be quiet you know stay in your place and so we think that the story of anne hutchinson which comes much later well after the time of daniel leads but here we have the story of a woman is sort of persecuted by the religious authorities she has a monstrous child and this is god punishing her there you go it's the model they were looking for for that other missing piece to the story and one of those women is essentially vanished and the other is later on is is is executed so all right so we'll put up the numbers next you join the conversation in our last half hour on the secret history of the jersey devil on coast to coast am this is ian punnet.

"anne hutchinson" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"anne hutchinson" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Of assume that that would be the case that we'd find somewhere under there there would have been a case of somebody having such birth and that's what sort of evolved into this but we didn't find any that doesn't necessarily mean there wasn't it's just that we didn't find any records of it printed records diaries and letters and things from that period from the late sixteen hundreds and early seventeen hundreds are sort of difficult to find and so we didn't find anything like that but we did find one person who sort of vaguely fits the broad outlines of mother leads and that was that was kind of interesting and that's the story of the women in boston who had birth defects and it's like it's a natural thing it happens but people react cruelly to it so mentioned that real quickly about those two women sure we'll luther there's the story of anne hutchinson and hutchinson was an important early american i mean they didn't use the term back then but she was a women's rights advocate in boston she fought for the idea that women should be allowed to have leadership roles that women should be treated equally to men that they should be allowed to be part of the clergy and puritans of boston did not like that idea at all and as far as the puritans were concerned and hutchinson was just a pushy woman who needed to be put back in her place and she's a lot of kids and the final child that she bears his bore is this stillbirth born horribly deformed almost to the point where it was unrecognisable as a human and she had a close protege of hers mary dyer who also had a monstrous birth deformed child and the puritan clergy of boston used them as scapegoats and held them up as examples to say you see this is what god does to women who don't know their place and so the story the jersey devil is also a story of the suppression of outspoken women that is still so relevant towards society today women you shouldn't be able to lead you should just be quiet stay in your place and so we think that the story of anne hutchinson which comes much later well after the time of daniel leads but here we have the story of a woman who is persecuted by the religious authorities she has a monstrous child and this is god punishing her there you go it's the model they were looking for for that other missing piece to the story and one of those women is essentially vanished in the other is later on is is is executed so all right so we'll put up the numbers next you join the conversation on our last half hour on the secret history of the jersey devil on coast to coast am this is ian bonnet.

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"anne hutchinson" Discussed on NewsRadio WHAM 1180

NewsRadio WHAM 1180

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"anne hutchinson" Discussed on NewsRadio WHAM 1180

"The story of the women in boston who had birth defects children that had like it's a natural thing it happens but people react cruelly to it and mentioned that real quickly about those two women short we'll lose the there's the story of anne hutchinson and hutchinson was an important early american i mean they didn't use the term back then but she was a women's rights advocate in boston she fought for the idea that women should be allowed to have leadership roles that women should be treated equally to men that they should be allowed to be part of the clergy and the puritans of boston did not like that idea at all and as far as the puritans were concerned and hutchinson was just a pussy woman who needed to be put back in her place and she's got a lot of kids and the final child that she bears his bore is is stillbirth born horribly deformed almost to the point where it was unrecognizable as a human and she had a close protege of hers mary dyer who also had a monstrous birth deformed child and the puritan clergy of boston use them as scapegoats and held them up as to say you see this is what god does to women who don't know their place and so the story of the jersey devil is also a story of the suppression of outspoken women that is still so relevant to our society today the women you shouldn't be able to lead you should just be quiet you know stay in your place and so we think that the story of an hutchinson which comes much later well after the time of daniel leads but here we have the story of a woman who is persecuted by the religious authorities she has a monstrous child and this is god punishing her there you go it's the model they were looking for for that other missing piece to the story and one of those women is essentially vanished and the other is later on is is is executed so all right so we'll put up the numbers next you join the conversation in our last half hour on the secret history of the jersey devil on coast to coast chester's news weather and traffic station newsradio wam eleven.

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"anne hutchinson" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"anne hutchinson" Discussed on KSRO

"Of assume that that would be the case that we'd find somewhere under there there would have been a case of somebody having such a birth that's what sort of evolved into this but we didn't find any that doesn't necessarily mean there wasn't it's just that we didn't find any records of it printed records diaries and letters and things from that period from the late sixteen hundreds and early seventeen hundreds are sorta difficult to find and so we didn't find anything like that but we did find one person who sort of vaguely fits the broad outlines of mother leads and that was that was kind of interesting yeah and that's was that the story of the women in boston who had birth defects and it's like it's a natural thing in happens but people react cruelly to it and mentioned that real quickly about those two women sure we'll do the there's the story of anne hutchinson and hutchinson was an important early american i mean they didn't use the term back then but she was a women's rights advocate in boston she fought for the idea that women should be allowed to have leadership roles that women should be treated equally to men that they should be allowed to be part of the clergy and the puritans of boston did not like that idea at all and as far as the puritans were concerned and hutchinson was just a pushy woman who needed to be put back in place and she's got a lot of kids and the final child that she bears his bore is is stillbirth born horribly deformed almost to the point where it was unrecognisable as a human and she had a close protege of hers mary dyer who also had a a monstrous birth deformed child and the puritan clergy of boston use them as scapegoats and held them up as examples to say you see this is what god does to women who don't know their place and so the story of the jersey devil is also a story of the suppression of outspoken women that is still so relevant to our society today the women did you shouldn't be able to lead you should just be quiet you know stay in your place and so we think that the story of an hutchinson which comes much later well after the time of daniel leads but here we have story of a woman is sort of persecuted by the religious authorities she has a monstrous child and this is god punishing her there you go it's the model they were looking for for that other missing piece to the story and one of those women is essentially vanished and the other is later on is is is executed so all right so we'll put up the numbers next you join the conversation in our last half hour on the secret history of the jersey devil on coast to coast am this is ian punnet.

"anne hutchinson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"anne hutchinson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"That that would be the case that we'd find somewhere under there there would have been a case of somebody having such a birth and that's what sort of evolved into this but we didn't find any that doesn't necessarily mean there wasn't it's just that we didn't find any records of it printed records diaries and letters and things from that period from the late sixteen hundreds and early seventeen hundreds are sorta difficult to find and so we didn't find anything like that but we did find one person who sort of vaguely fits the broad outlines of mother leads and that was that was kind of interesting yeah and that's the was that the story of the women in boston who had birth defects and it's like it's a natural thing happens but people react cruelly to it and mentioned that real quickly about those two women sure we'll lose the there's the story of an hutchinson and hutchinson was an important early american i mean they didn't use the term back then but she was a women's rights advocate in boston she fought for the idea that women should be allowed to have leadership roles that women should be treated equally to men that they should be allowed to be part of the clergy and the puritans of boston did not like that idea at all and as far as the puritans were concerned and hutchinson was just a pushy woman who needed to be put back in her place and she's got a lot of kids and the final child that she bears his bore is is still birth born horribly deformed almost to the point where it was on recognizable as a human and she had a close protege of hers mary dyer who also had a a monstrous birth deformed child and the puritan clergy of boston use them as scapegoats and held them up as examples to say you see this is what god does to women who don't know their place and so the story of the jersey devil is also a story of the suppression of outspoken women that is still so relevant to our society today you know that women you shouldn't be able to lead you should just be quiet you know stay in your place and so we think that the story of anne hutchinson which comes much later well after the time of daniel leads but here we have the story of a woman who is persecuted by the religious authorities she has a monstrous child and this is god punishing her there you go it's the model they were looking for for that other missing piece to the story and one of those women is essentially vanished and the other is later on is is executed so all right so we'll put up the numbers next you join the conversation in our last half hour on the secret history of the jersey devil on coast to coast am this is ian punnet.

"anne hutchinson" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"anne hutchinson" Discussed on WRVA

"Of assume that that would be the case that we'd find somewhere under there there would been a case of somebody having such a birth and that's what sort of evolved into this but we didn't find any that doesn't necessarily mean there wasn't it's just that we didn't find any records of it printed records diaries and letters and things from that period from the late sixteen hundreds and early seventeen hundreds are sort of difficult to find and so we didn't find anything like that but we did find one person who sort of vaguely fits the broad outlines of mother leads and that was that was kind of interesting yeah and that's the was that the story of the women in boston who had birth defects join the head like it's a natural thing it happens but people react cruelly to it so mentioned that real quickly about those two women sure we'll lose the there's the story of anne hutchinson and hutchinson was an important early american i mean they didn't use the term back then but she was a women's rights advocate in boston she fought for the idea that women should be allowed to have leadership roles that women should be treated equally to men that they should be allowed to be part of the clergy and the puritans of boston did not like that idea at all and as far as the puritans concern and hutchinson was just a pushy woman who needed to be put back in her place and she's got a lot of kids and the final child that she bears his bore is is stillbirth born horribly deformed almost to the point where it was unrecognisable as human and she had a close protege of hers mary dyer who also had a a monstrous birth deformed child and the puritan clergy of boston used them as scapegoats and held them up as examples to say you see this does to women who don't know their place and so the story of the jersey devil is also a story of the suppression of outspoken women that is still so relevant to our society today you know that women you shouldn't be able to lead you should just be quiet stay in your place and so we think that the story of anne hutchinson which comes much later well after the time of daniel leads but here we have the story of a woman who is sort of persecuted by the religious authorities she has a monstrous child and this is god punishing her there you go it's the model they were looking for for that other missing piece to the story and one of those women is essentially vanished and the other is later on is is is executed so all right so we'll put up the numbers next you join the conversation on our last half hour on the secret history of the jersey devil on coast.

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"anne hutchinson" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"anne hutchinson" Discussed on KNSS

"Had to find a way to explain and they come back to the jersey devil but released never part of the story well when we first started this research project we began frank zito and i we sort of assumed and we later discovered we assumed wrongly that underneath all this you'd find the story of a monstrous birth prior to the modern age children born with birth defects this was these referred to as monstrous birth and there's a long tradition a long literary tradition in europe of books and pamphlets describing monstrous births baby four two heads or no arms or you know a calf is born looks vaguely like a human this was already a tradition that was well established in western civilization and so we sort of assume that that would be the case that we'd find somewhere under there there would have been a case of somebody having such a birth matt's what sort of evolved into this but we didn't find any that doesn't necessarily mean there wasn't it's just that we didn't find any records of it printed records diaries and letters and things from that period from the late sixteen hundreds and early seventeen hundreds are sorta difficult to find and so we didn't find anything like that but we did find one person who sort of vaguely fits the broad outlines of mother leads and that was that was kind of interesting yeah and that's the was that the story of the women in boston who had birth defects and it's like it's a natural thing it happens but people react cruelly to it and mentioned that real quickly about those two women sure we'll lose the there's the story of anne hutchinson and hutchinson was an important early american i mean they didn't use the term back then but she was a women's rights advocate in boston she fought for the idea that women should be allowed to have leadership roles that women should be treated equally to men that they should be allowed to be part of the clergy and the puritans of boston did not like that idea at all and as far as the puritans were concerned and hutchinson was just a pussy woman who needed to be put back in place and she's got a lot of kids and the final child that she bears his bore is is still birth born horribly deformed almost to the point where it was unrecognizable as a human and she had a close protege of hers mary dyer who also had a a monstrous birth deformed child and the puritan clergy of boston use them as scapegoats and held them up as examples to say you see this is what god does to women who don't know their place and so the story of the jersey devil is also a story of the suppression of outspoken women that is still so relevant to our society today you know the women you shouldn't be able to lead you should just be quiet you know stay in your place and so we think that story of anne hutchinson which comes much later well after the time of daniel leads but here we have the story of a woman who is sort of persecuted by the religious authorities she has a monstrous child and this is god punishing her there you go it's the model they were looking for for that other missing piece to the story and one of those women is essentially vanished and the other is later on is is is executed so all right so we'll put up the numbers next you join the conversation in our last.