17 Burst results for "Barker Ranch"

"barker ranch" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

09:55 min | 1 year ago

"barker ranch" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Gonna fit with this team based on staff and clay I looked at what he did I lived with they did and you don't want to twenty seven million dollar player coming off the bench and you don't want clay move and to three and you didn't want your back court to be is defensively is sufficient as it could have been with those two there so did you what wizard chance you thought it it worked because I I'll be honest I thought that under no circumstances it's gonna work this is the keeper chip in the game at all to me that should get you some draft picks and ender Wiggins but go back to the beginning of it was it how much of it was we need to stay in the game how much of it was I really think this can work well you know leaving Kevin leave in regards no weight when a guy leave get nothing help clear leader for agency and and you're you're in the I think the common misconception is I lean Barker ranch we making twenty eight million dollars and that allows you than to spend another twenty nine dollars and that's clearly not how it works in this business and so you know really faced with nothing more than just having the mid level and and honestly retaining a dollar was it was also an option we decided to do what we did and and and making it too young at a young player different than that because at that moment Tom if you're saying to me absolutely no we're gonna work no yeah we also knew that that it might be challenging it might be but different different example but somewhere along the same lines people forget it's always you thinking it's reaction there was a decent amount of people when we signed a dollar were you doing your Harrison Barnes because making sense it wasn't just one person that was more than one because I remember you here why would you go in it and I was everybody wants to send what Howard to getting it all why would you guys do that now people like to get dollar but then the immediate conversation home who's gonna start and mark Jackson obviously started are great he came in and put under oath of vengeance so you'd like to keep things open you like to say let's see well certainly in a league where you know you need size the necklaces and and also having staff we're not naive complaint we we we sell stuff to be able to India will be the water by her so we were well aware of the difficulties of what it might be but it wasn't an instantaneous is not gonna work it was let's see unfortunately when you get to see much of it at all and then we were forced with the part you know as the deadline came upon us it was almost a we have a chance with small cords looking at the draft between keeping seeing an easy solution to that going into next season Mister Logan so you know it was reported I guess early you know maybe three or four days before the trade deadline Bob that that everything and blown up between the lawyers in the T. wolves that you guys were at an impasse and that you guys were kind of walking away from the situation and then it got reported that you actually reached out to them on the eve of whatever day I guess two days before the deadline when the deal was was consummated can you tell us how that came together how you decide to pick up the phone and get back with them after was kind of reported that it was gonna put somebody had put the kibosh on the whole thing yeah I mean where the meat meat is a really good job especially in this day and age that people that look for stuff are good and they work hard and then for the most part their act as accurate you can expect but it's hard to more concern team home on the street where the old dead mailbox deal happening it's hard not to report to you that way but most of the time it's not either dead or happening until it actually one of those things tell them I'm really passes and so there was enough conversation an ongoing conversation where we all kind of exchange different ideas and and talked and then we decided let's let's look at this is that not knowing full well that includes which they do some oftentimes circle back he would ever get get plastic loose it was for us I never felt like it was at the five yard line and went away which is something that we were moving towards and we'll just have to make a decision by the deadline the hardest part was the fact that we didn't know if we were gonna do that well or get out of the tax and still holding all those things in place was difficult to say what we don't decide on doing this deal answers to Minnesota I won't go through the specifics of what we would have done or what they would have done I don't think that's fair it can't drinking I would want to be in doing that to me where Hey we were done has to pay off debts what I will say that it did get to a place where we were comfortable they were comfortable being in the billing but but it many many times you guys will see and and often times in any sport you'll read about a deadline of missing data will happen or vice versa it's definitely happening then it'll fall apart there's so much my new series things and there's so much entity specially now professional sports leagues to basketball where in the hell can thing done it's hard to get it doesn't really matter I mean it it into the negotiation goes on until the bell rang the twelve o'clock so I think for us it was an ongoing thing I never felt like it was definitely happening or not it's did see I always find the best to get my news a day after the trade deadline not to worry about all that stuff okay this is actually what happened this is what didn't happen I don't got to worry about what I mean because even even in the past you know people people are fascinated by what almost happened almost didn't happen yeah and then they almost they almost grade you on things like that and say well what you almost they will create a federal we did or didn't mean that what you almost might've hello like that give me your thoughts on it Andrew Wiggins because I think positionally it's a much better much better fit I've always had my questions about him watching him in Minnesota does that much as he love the game is he committed to playing the fans who he has he reached his his potential and they have the most of those are no no no I think he got I don't I I only plays defense I think he can play better I don't know that he loves the game will find out that out and I've always said when a guy gets traded I don't worry about what happened before I want to see what happens from this point on because who knows what happened with the situation was but you heard all those things obviously mean you you're you're in the NBA do you feel like this situation you can improve some of those things is based on you know what your out of Minnesota it's a different culture here you know we're trying to win championships here we've proven we can win championships here how much do you think that can impact the player when you made that traded you think that was a factor at all sure I mean we have to believe in our ability to improve whether we draft a player trade for players sign a player if we don't think we can add value Tom but we as they slowly from our coaching staff you are ownership support on to what we do in the front office then that's an indictment us along with us if we think we're just the same as everybody else if we draft a player he's going to develop just as he was drafted by twenty either team where nobody better be good now because we can't help them that that's a problem that we need to look in the mirror if if we honestly think if I don't think Stephen the coaching staff can help a guy and then we better just get finished products the hunter just because what they were is what they're going to be so yes I mean there's a lot of people that want to Eddie and look at other plans I could not this situations matter I mean you play in different situations that's not to say I don't know what he's going to be as good a lot on him and on and and it has to be yes the one so it it's it's a combination of us providing good morning but at the same time anything we do we're gonna drop the player likely in the top five this year that's where it's going to have to get better none of those guys are ready to go whoever we take matter just plug and play they're not there so you don't you have to think that you can add value whether it's a ghostly warriors or apple or any company that you can take somebody and they make them better but yeah I mean look there's a lot of reason BFD said some of the I think we probably you know number one hits the stigma of the number one pick is that that guy should change the course of a French I mean that's that's your expectations and so I think anger was probably weighted down sailor I'm fairly doesn't matter if he's as I talked to mo and and I need you guys can weigh in on this I saw Molly before our game on Friday they said well if you question I'm I'm only with the seven seven I said how do you think you'd be treating the better if you were the number one pick like what would be thinking now any star I said I wonder if you'd be is beloved if you were the number one player as opposed to the seventh pick and I don't think he would be LL dot I local small but we number one you are supposed to be asleep and so it's hard to escape that and so part of that I think that it is a undertakes criticism no part of the new things you have to get better so yeah I hope we can do more and certainly I think you should at least we believe would have done it if we didn't think he was stepped Raymonda clay and so part of.

"barker ranch" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"barker ranch" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Dennis Prager here male female our marriage versus living together some pretty powerful point survive basin that you heard from this comedian and that you people made in that Alan Estrin money producer made the difference between living together and marriage is awesome I got a challenge here and I'm gonna take it Nora in Redondo Beach California high hi let me say that my husband and I both of your shell and listen to it all the time but what I was listening to you talk about marriage versus living together and all the advantages how do you reconcile that with here feeling of denying marriage to same sex couples hi thing right now I totally got it hi hi are you take positions knowing the downside of my position I I don't deny the pool all the legitimate arguments of those who differ from me are legitimate it is a legitimate argument that it is better for gay people to marry and to live together that that is a legitimate argument for them but I have other questions in life what is good for society and while the with that can be argued that's good for society costs more stability I acknowledge all of that never the less I would I'm still not prepared to redefine marriage to include members of the same sex marriage is a special word I will I will I would have given all sorts of of rights of commitment and the like and the the most marital or even all marital rights but I would not change the definition because it helps about two percent of the population there may be three percent who are gay but the great majority of cases all merry so it's a very small number of people and everything I predicted came true and I'll give you one example the argument for same sex marriage laws gender doesn't matter right now what are we living through if the day after same sex marriage was voted in by one vote of the Supreme Court the LGBTQ community announced but there was no such thing as gender one follow the other like night follows day so that's the that is my argument and I get my values in my case I do I'm a religious Jew I get my values from my Bible and it recognizes marriages between a man and a woman I don't get my values from my heart I admit it so does that answer you answer me that I guess I just wanted you to kind of think about that while you were talking about thinking all the time some of my best friends are merry goodies I totally think about it and it's it's I have with the ever wonderful relationship with them I mean heartfelt loving relationship and in the middle and they respected I respect their decision to marry and they respect my opposition based on the the religious values that I hold and I'd live with the knowledge that there is a downside there is a downside to almost every position human takes nothing is free everything comes at a cost all right I really appreciate the call Johnny in point a California high hello your show band thank you I think thank you the C. like social good yeah thank you Sir your your big inspirational are listening to every single day all three hours every day thank you Sir appreciate it glad you do our yeah well you're talking about the murder to the store for Barker ranch and my Leri we've been together for over ten years we're not married well you know I I got no problem it'll be in the way we are zero right personally we go somewhere we do work or whatever yeah sure yeah she's you know she's not she's my wife well I don't understand why we why would you say she's your wife and did not marry her well you've been divorced I've been divorced and I don't know we just never really came across which you should what my best friend you know she's she's she's my best friend it all she wanted to she want to marry you you know she does only way you know what okay did you make making my argument is that the they were best friends the she want to marry you I don't know question are you would think that if your best friends you might discuss it yeah this is the who Johnny I love you and you're fooling yourself I call or my wife but she's not the she want to marry you I don't know I'm a guy I suspect she wants to marry you I suspect you should and you know the difference because that's what you call your wife and when you do get married because I think this conversation will have affected journey I want to know I want to know that you are no one else on the radio that was let's special Rick Crown Point Indiana thanks for taking my call big band thank you I just want to start by saying I do agree with you especially now that I have two daughters aged twenty one twenty two but if I could make a case for the other side before I met my wife I was dating somebody else and we did look together and thank god we did because I learned real quick and it wasn't a good match yes let me let me respond to that I'm I'm glad you learned it obviously better to break up before marriage that and.

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"barker ranch" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"barker ranch" Discussed on WTVN

"That really set me up for the good you did very well best team in the studio got make res from the Barker ranch where he's the development officer to and Steve we open up but about thirty nine minutes see pumped about that yeah okay pumps pump excited can get it done but I believe it right now the drawer and down the road motors that and we were talking to Nick earlier as well too and Nick this is a huge week for you guys coming up with the Buckeye ranch you've got out of events going on kind of walk us through what's going to happen Thursday through Sunday say yeah well ready so this week is the safelite Autoglass rally for the ranch it's by far our largest event of the year we have a number of events but this is the big one we start off Thursday at the Hollywood casino with the banquet will have five hundred and fifty people there were honoring Ellie Castroneves this year say either man spider man we have a bunch of people from Indy car racing that will be there seventy different companies involved in the event will probably raise somewhere around a half a million dollars at dinner Thursday night Saturday will be at eastern from eleven to three with our car show the rally car show hundred twenty of incredibly collectible exotic cars and then Sunday will be at the the Honda two hundred at mid Ohio sports car course hopefully watching Graham ray hall or maybe Takuma Sato win a race and there's a website to for more information people go to right yeah rally for the ranch dot org you can check out all the schedules and if you want to be involved in the event there's a way to get involved there too now you mention too that you're going to honor Ellie Castroneves too and why that honor why is he being the stove that honor that's all about dancing with the stars has nothing in the car racing you want yeah he did win the Indy five hundred three times you know but when you talk to me wants to talk about the answer what the stars so each year this is our eighty year for this event we honor somebody from Indy car racing last year we had down like a Patrick with us she retired from racing last year and so this year it's Elliott and speaking of Ellie Castroneves earlier and a chance to catch up with Elio and I asked him how it felt to get this honor here's exactly what he had to say about that eight on.

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"barker ranch" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"barker ranch" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Um i think it was not very ah hospital for a is appropriately named yeah i think though okay um and of course now people are gonna say debt fell is the best eulogised talking about heavy sweater um so they got a death valley then there were a bunch of raids said the death valley camp uh between october tint than twelve of nineteen sixty nine and eventually they ended up rounding up the people responsible for these murders without knowing that they were responsible for these murders said they were they were in jail uh kind of luckily are ready in jail when they sort of decided they could pin will not pin like legitimately um pin these murders on these people so this being the second time this with their something that i've ran across the research chuck that it never gets talked about but his i think really significant at both of those raids the spawn ranch rate and the death valley rate the the state took children from this like there were kids babies toddlers um little kids running around growing up a like a at the spartan ranch end at the barker ranch which is extraordinarily troubling and some of them have been are thought to have possibly been um charles manson's kids like he may have had some some there's just so much free love going on in so many pregnancies that were the result of this free love it was difficult to say who's kidd was whose but it's they think that it's possible at least one or two of those kids with charles manson's kids um and they were taken by the state in later adopted by people but it's like you know it's one thing to think of a budget hippies just out in the the desert taking acid just being idiots you know and then eventually turning dark and murderous but the idea that there were kids around at any part of this is really a further very troubling yeah for sure i i mean all those cults had kids roman around um they just weren't murderous cult you know the up uh so susan atkins for her.

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"barker ranch" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"barker ranch" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"All right so they eventually leave a dennis wilson's house than us wilson's like he has a great and all the ladies or nice the acid is decent but it's time for you to go so they left uh they leave an 1968 still and um he they they go to spawn ranch which you mentioned earlier s p a gin and this was a kind of weird that they ended up living here but it was it was out in canada outskirts of la there are lots of uh ranches like the disney rancher the universal ranch where they shoot a lot of stuff and they have old sets that are still there whether it's uh mash or planner the apes or um just an old west set in spun ranch was one of these that had closed down and it was an old west set in they actually um it's the state park now but they did have permission to live there they didn't just uh squat there they uh through ahead a little agreement to do a little maintenance work and they were allowed to stay some of them are there some of them are at places like at a camp in death valley and then just scattered all over la it's worse manson family members and just random houses and apartments right but the main place that that manson in the inner circle wa was it spun ranch and they would you going what they called creepy crawls which were these old crimes freeze would like you said they were garden burgle cars are rob people and um just kinda keep the money and the drugs flowing right um and so spine ranches almost like a little more legit they were in much closer contact with other people out in death valley at the barker ranch that was far more secluded way out in the desert way more disconnected from society and that was the place where they expected to wade out helterskelter while the the um everybody else in the country killed one another that's right so um you've got this whole this whole weirdo family their their criminals there engaged in prostitution there's violence you know there's physical violence but ultimately there they kind to resemble hippies here they're super counter culture um but things turn dark and they turned dark after this seminal thing that happened to the rest of the way.

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"barker ranch" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime

Hollywood And Crime

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"barker ranch" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime

"The woman booked in the in your county jail as lesley sangsthan turned out to be leslie van houten a california native who had joined charlie manson family in the summer of 1968 interviewed by la pd sergeant michael mcgann she decided to play games often giving teasing are flippant responses she would coyly suggestion knew something then back often play innocent it became more of a catch me if you can't child's game than an attempt to address or possible involvement in multiple murders but deputy da bouillaud see was not discouraged however she tried to obscure the facts there were pointers in tacit admissions in what she had to say when asked if she heard anything about the tate murders she joked that she was death and couldn't hear anything but at a later point she would say she had a pretty good idea what had gone on at sea yellow dr when sergeant mcgann suggested charlie was one of five killers at the tape residence leslie corrected him claiming she had heard only four people were there and charlie wasn't one of them she had also heard that there were probably more girls than men and one of the girls hadn't killed anyone when mcgann asked who the girl was leslie set her name was linda though she didn't know the last name this confirmed what detectives had learned from ronnie howard about a linda who had been present at c l o drive but not the lobby janka residents mcgann then showed leslie the mug shots taken at the barker ranch raid she identified a katy who had been booked under the name marty reeves and released a few days later the same katie had been arrested back in august at the raid on spawn ranch and given her name as mary sue scott most significantly leslie confirmed that.

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"barker ranch" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime

Hollywood And Crime

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"barker ranch" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime

"Charlie is headed for the summer of low cedi may glotz was in a particularly expansive moved back in their cell that afternoon following work assignments virginia graham again warned the young in made about revealing too much about her part in the gary henman murder virginia was by no means convinced that anything crazy cedi told her bore any resemblance to fact but jail to decorum demanded caution cedi brushed at off laughing at the notion that the police represented any threat to her you know she confided there's a case right now they're so far off the track they don't know what's happening virginia asked what she meant that one in benedict canyon said cedi it took a moment four virginia to realize sharon tate crazy cedi seemed to relish which he was about to reveal you know who did it don't you virginia shook her head no well said susan akins with a slide grin you're looking at her on that same day two hundred miles away detectives work in the lobby uncle homicides arrived at the in county seat in independence they were there to interview prisoners picked up in a raid on a hippie the encampment at barker ranch the national park service along with the california highway patrol had found stolen vehicles arresting over two dozen members of a cult calling itself the family the group was also suspected of having torched a government owned earthmover of particular interest was that officers had encountered two men on the road who had told them about the group's pension for weapons and frequent talk of murder one of the prisoners interviewed by the law bianca team at the annual county jail was the reputed leader of the cult a scruffy little man clad in buckskins was led into a small room to talk to the detective's the name on his arrest document was given as manson charles m.

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"barker ranch" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"barker ranch" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Math and his crew had been to a party before after killing lob janka and his wife the crew left the word 'war carved into the wife's abdomen along with rise death to the pigs and hilt helterskelter they actually miss misspelled at an added in a to make it healtier skelter and they were them the fridge door also in the victim's blyden an for time it seemed as though the family we get away with his right the same forensic techniques that law enforcement possesses today were not in play in the late 1960s within days after the murders to manson family members are actually arrested for car theft nia and then everybody else though the manson family including the man himself they fled to hideouts in death valley because they were fearing unsure that hey two of our people got picked up the the something's going down worry we might get caught in an october twelve manson himself was found hiding in a cupboard in barker ranch all in all twenty seven people were arrested for car theft yep so there is no connection at this point still between these murders these horrific murders and this thing that appears for all intents and purposes to be a cult themed grand theft auto ring a susan atkins however roles in prison she's boosting of murders that they've committed and then leaders she ends up cutting a deal with prosecution decemer nineteen th of the same year this hits the mainstream in life magazine there's a feature that's run manson gains global notoriety is the western world learns of helter skelter as a sevenmonth trial a sevenmonth trial that arguably today would maybe be amiss trial because the president at the time richard nixon president nixon has going this guy's guilty put him under the jail kill him you know and we were you were talking before off air in here.

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"barker ranch" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime

Hollywood And Crime

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"barker ranch" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime

"Following the second raid on the barker ranch los angeles county sheriff's detectives paul whiteley and charles guenther drove two hundred twenty five miles to independence to question kitty loot singer kitty 17 years old and pregnant with bobby bosa lays child did not hold back while living with the family she heard that charlie had sent bobby and two of the girls who gary henman's place to gets the money that was supposedly owed over a bad drug deal henman refused and was killed kitty couldn't recall who told her the story but it seemed to be confirmed when one of the two girls susan atkins talked about stabbing a man in the legs during a fight no susan atkins had been booked following the raid but one cedi make glutz had it seemed charlie was in the habit of giving his followers new and often wins icl names and sadie was in fact susan atkins the detectives found susan still custody an independence and questioned her about henman her version was that henman had recently come into some money though charlie wanted it for the family she never said he told both soleil and the girls to kill the music teacher when henman denied having any money bobby slashed his face with a knife for two days bobby beat and tortured him before finishing him off with a stab wound to the chest then he stashed the murder weapon in the wheel well henman station wagon hotwired it and he in the girls drove back out to the spine ranch she did not admit to taking part in the murder and made no mention of stabbing anyone in the legs it was understandable that she wouldn't want to implicate herself beyond what she felt the investigators already knew nonetheless considering her first hand account of hindrance death susan atkins was booked on suspicion of murder but one thing stuck out in the detective's minds henman had no.

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"barker ranch" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime

Hollywood And Crime

02:29 min | 4 years ago

"barker ranch" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime

"To testify against her husband but there is nothing in the law preventing her from testifying voluntarily if it'll save her own skin which is exactly what she does back in los angeles while the case is being prepared charlie augments his criminal career by stealing credit cards and hot wiring the occasional car he's even found time to prove our business cards for three star enterprise and outfit purporting to be involved in nightclub radio and tv production introducing himself as president of the nonexistent company he comes a young woman out of her savings then drugs and raped her roommate before his trial date on the man at charges he flees los angeles and as soon as obama handed in laredo texas he's extradited back to california to appear before the same judge allowed him probation in september this time the judge is not so lenient and there is no pregnant wife to plead for mercy for violating the terms of his probation charlie is sentenced to serve out his 10year tap though the man act charges will eventually be dropped in july 1950 nine charlie ascend to the united states penitentiary on mcneil island in washington state it was a night by the time the prisoners were ready to be transported back to independence following the second raid on barker ranch highway patrol officer per cell decided to take one last look around inside the house it was pitch dark when he entered but he found a homemade candles flickering in a glass mug the place was dead quiet the candle cast dancing shadows on the walls as he moved around peering into the rooms he entered a bathroom check the shower stall then noticed a small cabinet under the sink a few scraggly strands of long dark hair were caught in the closed door the spacing too small for anyone but a child but as he brought the candle closer the door started to open startled he almost dropped the candle as he reached for his revolver to his astonishment a tiny form emerge.

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"barker ranch" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime

Hollywood And Crime

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"barker ranch" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime

"Name and during the october tenth raid on barker ranch investigators had counted more sleeping bags than they had prisoners so it was likely some cult members had evaded arrest more significantly there had been no sign of the group's leader charlie the socalled messiah who led his followers on excursions in the desert in search of the bottomless pit the officers decided to return to barker and two days later on october twelve the team set out to conduct another raid it was dusk is park ranger powell and highway patrolman per cell approached the property they saw two men entered the main house and waited for their backup team to take a position then powell covered the front door as per cell circled round behind the house drawing his revolver crew sailed burst through the back door and found seven people sitting around a kitchen table he ordered them to place their hands on top of their heads noone resisted in the suspects were taken outside search for weapons and handcuffed charlie is granted early release from la's terminal island on september 30th 1958 seven months shy of his threeyear sentence prison authorities right that his is a very difficult case and it's impossible to predict his future adjustment thirty is kept out of trouble and overcrowding demands that prison populations be reduced parole requires him finding employment so he takes menial jobs until getting fired for something or other and moving onto the next meanwhile he's confidently building the stable of girls he hopes will grow into a top la callgirl ring it might be just judy and flow for now and neither of them as much of an earner but it's a start.

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"barker ranch" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime

Hollywood And Crime

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"barker ranch" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime

"Russian that isn't idle at all but thick with subtext yes and there's much value to be learned here something he can use on the outside that jungle beyond the jungle where all prisoners charlie figures of each other's expectations of small ways of thinking but a lion who knows he's a lyon has the advantage on a sheet who hasn't yet figured out he's a sheep illusions are there to be exploited in nineteen 56 james and arlene barker bought a property in the rugged hill country of the panama ridge indepth valley a small cabin had been put up around nineteen forty to support gold and uranium mining in the area and the barker's expanded it to a more spacious main house in several outbuildings accessible only by horseback or 4wheel drive the barker ranch as it would become known was situated in some of the most inhospitable terrain on earth summer temperatures could reach a hundred in thirty degrees and might exceed one hundred in ten degrees for months on end when park service ranger dick powell and highway patrol officer james per cell headed out to the barker ranch on september twenty night they were looking for the red toyota that might be connected to their arson suspects they'd heard from locals at a group of hippies had taken over the place but when the lawmen got there they found only two young women who offered no useful information a quick search of the property turned up no vehicles so the officers got back in their car for the return trip not far from the ranch they spotted a truck on the road and pulled it over to question the occupants behind the wheel was forty six year old prospector paul crockett beside him in the passenger seat sat brooks poston an affable 18yearold upon questioning the pierre soon opened up about the new death valley residents members of a cult called the family trying to take it all in the officers listened to tales of drug field orgies.

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"barker ranch" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime

Hollywood And Crime

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"barker ranch" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime

"Young charlie by hollywood and crime contains depictions of violence and is not suitable for everyone please be advised in beckmann on september 21st nineteen sixty nine about two hundred sixty miles north of los angeles national park service ranger dick powell observed a red toyota fourwheel drive vehicle heading down a road in death valley inside where a young man in several girls the car peaked is curiosity two days earlier park rangers had investigated a case of arson on a back road near the barker ranch and earth mover belonging to the federal government had been stripped of its parts and set ablaze tyre tracks leading from the burnedout hulk had been determined to belong to a toyota fourwheeler the rangers soon learned that a band of hippies was living in the desert and that one of their vehicles was a red toyota ranger powell decided to question the occupants he signal for them to pull over but by the time he reached the car the male had jumped out and scurried into the brush the girls gave him little useful information responding to direct questions with leak trip he answers before letting them go he took down the license plate when he returned to the in your county office of the park service he learned that the plate didn't belong to the toyota the park rangers contacted the california highway patrol they immediately decided that a joint team would investigate what was going on at the barker property.

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"barker ranch" Discussed on You Must Remember Manson

You Must Remember Manson

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"barker ranch" Discussed on You Must Remember Manson

"Zabriskie point was shot in 1968 and early nineteen sixty nine before the murders before Barker ranch before anyone involved with the movie likely knew anything about the Manson family. And yet the film has been the subject of and conspiracy theories and not least because it depicts so many of the things and Manson and his family were involved with and concerned about. The film begins in a classroom were white students and members of the Black Panthers are debating social revolution. Though he was afraid of the Panthers. Manson had basically told his white heavy followers that they were going to collaborate with black revolutionaries to tear down the establishment and start over the main protagonist of the film. Mark played by Mark for Shatt buys a gun to kill a cop. But although someone else ends up killing that cop, mark becomes a suspect. So we then goes on the run to death Valley. He ends up meeting a girl played by diarrhoea Halperin who works for a development. Many trying to build a utopian city of skyscrapers added in the desert. The mirror image of Charlie Manson is made up underground city which he promises followers. They could enter if you're the bottomless pit. Darya and Mark end up having sex in the desert and Antonioni turns the sequence into a kind of, Sir, realistic orgy in which Darya and Mark see, or imagine they see hundreds of couples also doing it in the desert, or maybe they see themselves multiplied a thousand times. Either way. It's a Utopian vision of the free love that Manson's family felt they were practicing. Zabriskie point famously ends with Giarra either witnessing imagining or instigating possibly telepathically a series of gorgeous explosions beginning with the combustion of her boss's modernise layer And as Pink Floyd swells on the soundtrack The slow-motion explosions of all of the stuff inside and tables refrigerators disembodied racks of clothes. Iraq chicken and a box of special Case cereal flowed out of the clouds of debris. It's the post-war consumerist American dream literally may to literally how was spectacularly going up in flames.

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"barker ranch" Discussed on You Must Remember Manson

You Must Remember Manson

05:06 min | 4 years ago

"barker ranch" Discussed on You Must Remember Manson

"High? There were two trucks full of cops and prisoners that drove from Barker Ranch the NGO County Jail that night. Charlie was in the same truckers per cell. The Ranger who had found him in the cabinet. Charlie started talking to per cell like they were old buddies, or at least brothers and a fraternity of white men. Charlie was like, You know, the black user abroad to rose up against Wiedemann wars going to come. The Blacks are good win. And they're gonna come out for you my friend because you're a cop. Your White. The smart thing to do brother would be for y'all. Let us go and run for your own Dan lives per cell did not let Manson and his family go. Instead he books Charlie in the rest of the kids on charges of Grand Theft. Auto. Charlie signed his name as Manson Charles M AKG Jesus Christ. God. Twenty-seven family members were now in custody 28 if you candid Bobby Beausoleil. But none of the law enforcement agencies involved yet understood that the Charlie Manson arrested with his followers in the desert was the same Charlie Manson with whom the suspected killer of Gary Henman had claimed to be associated. These dots were finally connected. Thanks to kitty loosing her who had popped out of the bushes and begged to be protected for Manson. And was now happy to cooperate with law enforcement. Even if it meant that her baby daddy Bobby would be convicted for murder. Brought in for questioning Kitti told the police everything she had heard about the Henman murder including this story that Susan had told her about stabbing a guy in the legs. Henman had been stabbed in the chest, not the legs, but this was enough for the county police who are investigating bobbies case to bring Susan who is in custody with the rest of the rated family out in independence out to LA for questioning in the Henman case. Susan's compulsion. To brag trumped her loyalty to Charlie, although in her version of the story, It was bobby who nearly sliced Henman's ERA off and Charlie wasn't at all involved. The police out in death valley had trouble getting the Grand Theft Auto charges to stack, And most of the family members rounded up in the raid were eventually released. But they managed to keep Charlie in jail on an arson charge and slowly the different investigators on the different murders started making connections, kitty had told the cops that Susan had told her that she had stabbed a guy in the legs, the detectives on the Henman case Like everyone had heard about the Tate crime scene And they knew one of the men killed. There had been stabbed repeatedly in the legs. They contacted the detectives on the tape case who took down kitties phone number and didn't call her. But then Suzanne, who is being held in connection to the Henman murder was transferred to the Civil brand Institute, a ladies jail in downtown LA Suzanne's jail. Roommate's were two women named Virginia, Graham and Ronnie Howard both prostitutes who had been coincidentally married to the same man. The three women got to chatting with each other. Swapping stories, Susan told Virginia that the cops were stupid. They believe that she had just held Henman still while Bobby stabbed him. When in fact, Susan claimed she had done the stabbing. She also told Virginia about Charlie and Holter sculpture and the bottomless pit server Jinya thought Susan was just making shut up. But Susan just kept talking. She told Virginia There was another murder case one on Ben Dick Canyon and the cops were totally off base on that one. Virginia was like, wait a minute. Do you mean the Sharon? Eight murder and Susan was like he now who dead at We are looking at her Susan told Virginia that Manson had planned the murders because he wanted to shock the world, and that they chose that house because Manson had been there when Terry Melchor lived there. Susan described to Virginia the deaths of full jer and see bring and Frank house-key. And then there was taped Susan bragged that she had finished off Tate herself. Sharon Tate had begged for her life, But as Susan told Virginia at sick of lesson in her. So I stabbed her Susan told Virginia, she remembered tasting Tait's blood. It was one arm and sticky and nice. She topped Irani two she told Ronnie about how Charlie had a list of celebrities that he wanted to kill that Sharon Tate was the first, but that Elizabeth Taylor and Frank Sinatra were next. She told Ronnie that she got a sexual thrill from stabbing Tate. Especially when you see that blood spurting out, Susan said, it's better than a climax.

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"barker ranch" Discussed on You Must Remember Manson

You Must Remember Manson

03:01 min | 4 years ago

"barker ranch" Discussed on You Must Remember Manson

"Valley. Manson had initially planned to use Barker ranches, his base of operations. That was where some of the family had stayed for awhile in late 1968. Bye. By now, There were too many of them to fit on Barker ranch. So some of the families spilled over onto the nearby. Myers ranch in the desert, Manson kept his cults busy days were spent digging holes in which to hide food and guns. Building bunkers into hillsides and searching for the bottomless pits the littoral hole in the ground which Charlie had promised his followers. They would be able to use to access an underground city where they could hide out during the coming black man's apocalypse. The result of all of this working and searching was that by nightfall every night. Charlie's followers were too tired to argue our ask questions that which point he'd further subdue them by giving them acid and preach to them in their drugs State about the spoils They were soon to in. July as saviors of the human race. He also talked candidly about how he had murdered shortly Shea because the Ranch Hand had betrayed him. Shortly Shea got cut up into little pieces, Charlie would say that was what would happen to any of the current family members who dared to expose Charlie secrets? Wanna Flynn One of the ranch hands from Spahn had followed the family to the desert, hoping he could do something to get justice for his French Shorty. But once they're Flynn was unsure how to challenge Charlie. And he was afraid to leave. Danny DeCarlo had also followed the family out to Barker ranch. But at some point he was able to escape. He hit out with his bike her friends in Venice, terrified that Charlie was going to send his minions out to the beach to kill him. Some of the family members who hadn't participated in the murders had it really understood the full extent of them until they got out to the desert, where Susan and Charlie got in the habit of telling highly explicit even embellished stories about their crimes. A few of the younger girls like Barbara Hoyts And Kitti lead singer, the girlfriend of Bobby Beausoleil who was pregnant with his baby, heard these stories and wanted to leave the family. They were so far out in the middle of nowhere that they felt they had no where they could go. Kitty didn't know that back in Los Angeles. County investigators were looking for her because they wanted to question her before bodies trial. Eventually, Barbara and another young Manson girl, Sherry Cooper, Snuka the ranch walked sixteen hours across the desert before finally coming to a general store in the town of Bala rats where they're able to hitch a ride back to LA.

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"barker ranch" Discussed on You Must Remember Manson

You Must Remember Manson

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"barker ranch" Discussed on You Must Remember Manson

"Desert. The center of their commune would be Barker ranch a property belonging to one of the Manson girls, his grandmother's located just south of the town of Bala wracked where Wyatt and Billy begin their road trip in Easy Rider. The bikers played by Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper, think they're journeying into freedom when in fact, unbeknownst to them, the beginning of their road trip is the beginning of the end of their lives. Similarly, The Manson family migrated to Barker ranch on promises of utopia, unaware that their community was signing its death sentence with the move. The months they spent, there would be their last stand before the LAPD which finally put to into together and put Charlie behind bars. And it was also in terms of the Manson families notoriety just the beginning by the following year Manson and his followers were nightly news superstars and a major European Autore would release a film shot in 1968 which in these endeavours rally as the backdrop for psychadelic era free love a radical stance against the establishment and visions of the Apocalypse seem to unconsciously Channel the Manson family nightmare. Join us want you as we move with the Manson family and Michelangelo Antonioni to death Valley.

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