21 Burst results for "Bram Stoker"

"bram stoker" Discussed on Book Echoes

Book Echoes

02:44 min | 3 months ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on Book Echoes

"All the things that make you feel really creeped out like like you suggested kind of think about the the stories that scared you as particularly as a kid. Those are the things that like. Stick with the. Oh oh definitely. And i still remember being an early eighteen. And having a copy of bram stoker's dracula my bedside table that i had to keep covered down because i couldn't stand to look at it. It just terrified me. I'm just a person that's still has to close my closet doors at night. I can't have open. i mean i have. I think a pretty good imagination ange. Yeah i can seriously scare myself and give myself nightmares and So it's funny. How attracted to these things. We want to explore them a lot of like darkness. Not necessarily you know demons and devils but you know in the case of my ship in a bottle story. There's some domestic violence that's alluded to and that's also i think a big part of ghost stories is that like social justice or unfairness or unfinished business. I think that's why. I'm really attracted to go stories. Yeah i get kind of bills not that psychological need that when justice isn't always done in the real world in this story that unfinished business can become finished in this supernatural way and actually that's a perfect segue into the chapter book that i wrote this year Fever on the forgotten coast because that is the whole premise of this book for kids is really again that historic unfinished business that manifest in this ghost child basically that this group of friends encounters and i won't give too much away but there is a an epidemic involved which was maybe its own kind of scary to write about during cova and i really don't know sometimes y attracted these these really sad stories in in historically accurate ones and as a little while we have to set the ambiance to start that writing process and to stay in that head space. Sometimes we also need to do things to break the spell afterwards so we don't carry around that darkness all day with us not writing. Yeah yeah absolutely. I think you'd need to do something. Really cheery after reading session like bats. Ya almost half like us a song on blast that you go to katy perry or something Something super upbeat..

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"bram stoker" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

03:38 min | 3 months ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on Ghostly

"Yes vlad dracula right Okay but how we get this. Correlation between what we think of as dracula and that dracula is bram stoker. You've heard of branston and it's not brand stoker. It's bram well. i thought it was both. Yeah kato bram stoker. Yeah yeah. It is stalker. Yeah brimstone used the dracula name as his character but the character was a mix of lead the impaler and just pure fiction. Oh which by the way The meaning of the will is dragging order of the drag. Marty's derian may see. It's all coming together. Yeah absolutely no. Why am i bringing up dracula. An episode about brian castle That is the question. I keep asking myself. ha Because the castle had long been one linked to his imprisonment. After he was captured by the hungarians in fourteen sixty two. It was believed that he was imprisoned in kessel brand but historians now conclude that vlad the third was actually imprisoned in a fortress in budapest it said by historians that kessel brand was chosen to be the colloquial location of lead thirds imprisonment as it is more haunting and dramatic looking structure than other castles of the region. Historians and scholars alike have concluded that flat third likely never set foot in the castle however as there is a lack of written historical accounts except for documents obviously from region. At the time the idea cannot be completely discredited. Yeah i mean. I've heard everything from. He was imprisoned there for like a couple of days to he just probably was by the area a few times not even necessary inside. We know for sure that he was in brand like the town. The town okay. Yeah but we don't know he went. We don't know for sure if he was actually in the castle exactly and because it was not a house of nobility there'd be no reason for him necessarily to be there it was just a fortification for defense only right and he had his own place to..

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"bram stoker" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

03:55 min | 4 months ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"But every time i get on my audible trying to it which is like a forty five hour audible book. So it's taking a long. I usually i usually do like one audible. Book every are tober. And last year i did dracula not took awhile. X. bram stoker's. That would be interesting to listen on. Auto would read it and it's a very difficult read just because it's journal path. I like it when they do lights reductions more than just like one person reading it where they have like a voice cast like i found I've never read ray bradbury. Something wicked this way comes and i found an actual production of it so it's like a an audio dramas. Drums ation of it in the ryan. Listen to that right now. Interesting yeah it is one person doing a very good. Like i said forty five as it's it's the entire club everything that person doing everything that place jumps back Of their lives. It's very long. And i've seen the book ever actually at the book and i've seen the suck at. It is as long as the entire all.

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A Bram Stoker Classic from Haunted Places: Ghost Stories

Extraterrestrial

01:21 min | 11 months ago

A Bram Stoker Classic from Haunted Places: Ghost Stories

"The judge's house. It's a part one. So if you enjoy it head over to haunted places ghost stories and catch paul to their. You'll find other tales of terror. From some of history's most famous authors. Listen free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. This episode contains descriptions of gore rats insect horror and capital punishment. Some included imagery may trigger claustrophobia. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. The following is from the judges house by bram stoker tonight. The rats disturbed him more than they had done on the previous night how they scampered up and down and under an over how they squeaked and scratched and nord how they guessing boulder by degrees came to the mouths of their holes and to the chinks and cracks and crannies in the wainscoting. Till the is sean like tiny lamps as the file. Light rose and fell. Sometimes the boldest of the made sallies out on the floor or along the mouldings of the wainscott now and again as they disturbed him. Malcolm soon made a sound to frighten them. Slighting the table with

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"bram stoker" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

RAGE Works Network-All Shows

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

"Nine pops dracula bram stoker's dracula was Cool runnings from disney. I know you're telling me you're excited for those white men can't jump. We got to pack. Only at target of the two guys from white men can't jump We got the mummy. We finally got the mummy pops and my personal favorites. The close out movies. This this This goes up and coming Funchal fair the goodies are far. Torri being.

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"bram stoker" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Not quite so recently. It was around 18 77. I think it was patented in 18 78 called the photograph and the photograph was huge. It was a big breakthrough. It was a sound recording and playback device that was immensely popular. Would later evolve into the record player, though the original photograph both recorded and played back cylinder is not discs. You know if I remember correctly, these pop up in Bram Stoker's novel Dracula. Really? Yes, Some of the you know it's all little bits tidbits from various people's journals and diaries. And in some cases, they're cylinder recording. Dr Seward, does he do dictation on photograph cylinders? You see, I don't remember exactly which characters I know. It's not Dracula. This Soldier according to track and they're no chapters. From Dracula's perspective. They were, unfortunately But yes. Oh, so Edison and his people they they have the photograph, And that was this very popular revolutionary technology could record and playback sound. And so in February of 18 88 my bridge showed up with an idea. He said. Hey, let's collaborate. Ah, pair your photograph with my Zor praxis scope and we'll have sound accompanying moving pictures. Which is perfect like that's exactly the direction things we're going to go in Edison past you just like not interested, but then pretty much immediately. Edison moved on the idea of creating an improved motion picture capture and playback device. Quote to do for the eye. What the photograph does for the ear, and this would be the Connecticut scope that we mentioned a moment ago. So I don't think you can say that Edison was stealing my bridges idea because what they would eventually come up with was so much better and more practical than this. Oh, Praxis, Praxis go. But it does seem right that he thought, you know, Instead of partnering with this guy, I could just make a much better version of his thing. Whether that's crooked or not, I don't know. I'll leave that up to you to judge Keep.

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"bram stoker" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"But I do think it's basically true than a lot of what Thomas Edison did was Come up with or catch wind of innovative technological concepts that are sort of on the edge of discovery and then hire other people to do the heavy lifting of designing these things. So then Edison could reap the much of the prophet and the credit himself. And one of these assistance that Edison hired who worked for Edison was a guy named William Kennedy. Laurie Dixon, also known often in books, references W. K. L. Dickson. And Dixon was a photographer. And it's may have been part of the reason that in June 18 89 Edison selected him to actually design a device that Edison had kind of conceptualized, which he was calling the kinetic scope, of course from Canada. Oh meaning movement and scope, meaning like to see or to watch, But you might wonder where did Edison get this idea from? Well, we can't know for sure all of what Edison had in mind before this, So I think there's some indication he may have already been interested in the idea of Moving images. But one thing we do know that I was the reading about is that in 18 88 it word my bridge visited Edison's laboratory in New Jersey. Apparently my bridge was there to suggest a partnership. See Edison and his lab workers had recently invented a device or not. Not quite so recently. It was around 18 77. I think it was patented in 18 78 called the photograph and the photograph was huge. It was a big breakthrough. It was a sound recording and playback device that was immensely popular. It would later evolve into the record player, though the original Photograph both recorded and played back cylinder is not discs. You know if I remember correctly, these pop up in Bram Stoker's novel Dracula. Really? Yes, Some of the you know it's all little bits tidbits from various people's journals and diaries. And in some cases, they're cylinder recordings. Dr. Seward, does he do dictation on photograph cylinders? You see, I don't remember exactly which characters I know It's not Dracula this disorder according to drag, and they're no chapters from Dracula's perspective. They were all unfortunately. But yes. Oh, so Edison and his people they they had the photograph. And that was this very popular revolutionary technology could record and playback sound. And so in February of 18 88 my bridge showed up with an idea. He said. Hey, let's collaborate. Ah, pair your photograph with my Zor praxis scope. And we'll have sound accompanying moving pictures. Which is perfect like that's exactly the direction things we're going to go in Edison past you just like not interested, but then pretty much immediately. Edison moved on the idea of creating an improved motion picture capture and playback device. Quote to do for the eye. What the photograph does for the ear. And this would be the Connecticut scope that we mentioned a moment ago. So I don't think you can say that Edison was stealing my bridges idea because what they would eventually come up with was So much better and more practical than the so praxis praxis go, But it does seem right that he thought, you know, Instead of partnering with this guy, I could just make a much better version of his thing. Whether that's crooked or not, I don't know. I'll leave that up to you to judge Keep listening. You can hear the rest of this podcast and all of its episodes and discovered thousands of others. All available to you for free right now by downloading the I Heart radio app number one for podcasts. Here's a preview of one of our true crime podcast that'll even impressive footprint. It was March 2009 and in a big chain hotel in New Jersey. A crowd milled around waiting. Once the doors opened, everyone headed for the same place. It was a large auditorium with a big stage in front. The event was called the Harmonic Wealth Weekend, a rigorous two days seminar that promised to get participants on the fast track toe personal and professional success. It wasn't the kind of thing Ginny Brown was normally into. But her daughter, Kirby had insisted that they go together as they walked in. She had to admit the atmosphere was exciting and We had to walk through a gauntlet. I will say of cheerleaders that were jumping up and down, revving up the energy in the room. And I remember saying to one woman, I said then you girls really had your coffee this morning and she said to me, we don't drink coffee. That's poison. And that was the food. Okay, well, I do, and I love it. As everyone took their seats, the lights dimmed. James Arthur Ray stepped onto the stage and began a version of a speech he often gave. Let's talk about what's changing right now in your world. You see, I firmly believe That you live in the most exciting time in our world history. The time where science and spirituality are realizing that their sister studies, James was tanned with a bright white smile wearing a bright white shirt pretty trim, athletic build fairly good looking. Just can't get going in the morning without my coffee. Give me a fricking break. Total command of the audience. People laughed. They nodded their heads like Yeah, you know that higher energy kind of environment is just kind of fun. You You want to be part of it. You want to belong. You don't want to stand down and be kind of against what's going on. Because.

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"bram stoker" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Lot of people just like that they go. The Tesla versus Edison round, like Tesla's The hero and Edison's the villain, But I do think it's basically true than a lot of what Thomas Edison did was Come up with or catch wind of innovative technological concepts that are sort of on the edge of discovery and then hire other people to do the heavy lifting of designing these things. So then Edison could reap the much of the prophet and the credit himself. And one of these assistance that Edison hired who worked for Edison was a guy named William Kennedy. Laurie Dixon, also known often in books, references W. K. L. Dickson. And Dixon was a photographer. And it's may have been part of the reason that in June 18 89 Edison selected him to actually design a device that Edison had kind of conceptualized, which he was calling the kinetic scope, of course, from Canedo, meaning movement and scope, meaning like to see or to watch, But you might wonder where did Edison get this idea from? Well, we can't know for sure all of what Edison had in mind before this, So I think there's some indication he may have already been interested in the idea. Moving images. But one thing we do know that I was reading about is that in 18 88 it word my bridge visited Edison's laboratory in New Jersey. Apparently my bridge was there to suggest a partnership. See Edison and his lab workers had recently invented a device or not. Not quite so recently. It was around 18 77. I think it was patented in 18 78 called the photograph and the photograph was huge. It was a big breakthrough. It was a sound recording and playback device that was immensely popular. Would later evolve into the record player, though the original photograph both recorded and played back cylinders, not discs, You know if I remember correctly, these pop up in Bram Stoker's novel Dracula. Really? Yes, Some of the you know it's all little bits tidbits from various people's journals and diaries. And in some cases, they're cylinder recordings. Dr. Seward, does he do dictation on photograph cylinders? You see, I don't remember exactly which characters I know It's not Dracula. This Disorder according to track and they're no chapters from Dracula's perspective. Unfortunately, But yes. Oh, so Edison and his people they they had the photograph, And that was this very popular revolutionary technology could record and playback sound. And so in February of 18 88 my bridge showed up with an idea. He said. Hey, let's collaborate. Ah, pair your photograph with my Zor praxis scope and we'll have sound accompanying moving pictures. Which is perfect like that's exactly the direction things we're going to go in. Edison passed. He was like not interested, but then pretty much immediately. Edison moved on the idea of creating an improved motion picture capture and playback device. Quote to do for the eye. What the photograph does for the ear. And this would be the Connecticut scope that we mentioned a moment ago. So I don't think you can say that Edison was stealing my bridges idea because what they would eventually come up with was So much better and more practical than the so praxis praxis go, But it does seem right that he thought, you know, Instead of partnering with this guy, I could just make a much better version of his thing. Whether that's crooked or not, I don't know. I'll leave that up to you to judge Keep listening. You can hear the rest of this podcast and all of its episodes and discovered thousands of others. All available to you for free right now by downloading the I Heart radio app number one for podcasts. Here's a preview of one of our true crime podcast that'll even impressive footprint. It was March 2009 and in a big chain hotel in New Jersey. A crowd milled around waiting. Once the doors opened, everyone headed for the same place. It was a large auditorium with a big stage in front of the event was called the Harmonic Wealth weekend. Rigorous, two days seminar that promised to get participants on the fast track toe personal and professional success. It wasn't the kind of thing Ginny Brown was normally into. But her daughter, Kirby had insisted that they go together as they walked in. She had to admit the atmosphere was exciting and We had to walk through a gauntlet. I will say of cheerleaders who were jumping up and down, revving up the energy in the room. And I remember saying to one woman, I said then you girls really had your coffee this morning and she said to me, we don't drink coffee. That's poison. And that's Oh. Okay, well, I do, and I love it As everyone took their seats, the lights dimmed. James Arthur Ray stepped onto the stage and began a version of a speech he often gave Let's talk about what's changing right now. In your world. You see, I firmly believe That you live in the most exciting time in our world history. The time where science and spirituality are realizing that their sister studies, James was tanned with a bright white smile, wearing a bright white shirt, pretty trim, athletic build. Family. Good looking. Just can't get going in the morning without my coffee. Give me a freaking break. Total command of the audience. People laughed. They nodded their heads like Yeah, you know that hiring an energy kind of environment is just kind of fun. You You want to be part of that You wanna belong You don't want to stand down and be kind of against what's going on. Because.

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Who Was Vlad the Impaler

Your Brain on Facts

04:00 min | 1 year ago

Who Was Vlad the Impaler

"A time when I didn't know that Vlad. The Impaler was thought to be the inspiration for Bram Stoker's genre-defining vampire Dracula hop in your home school bus police box or phone booth with aerial antenna and let's go back to 15th century will lakia a region of modern-day Romania. That was then the southern Edge over to the province of Transylvania. Our flad was flat the third glad the second his father was given the nickname dracul by his fellow Crusade nights in the order of the Dragon. They were tasked with defeating the Ottoman Empire will lakia was sandwiched between the Ottomans and Christian Europe and so became the sight of constant bloody conflict without looking it up. I'm going to guess that the order of the Dragon failed since the Ottoman Empire was still standing in nineteen twenty-three. Dracul translated to dragon in Old Romanian. But the modern meeting is more like Devil add an a to the end to denote son of and you've got flat Dracula at age eleven flat and his seven-year-old brother Raju went with their father on a diplomatic Mission into the Ottoman Empire. How'd it go? Not too good. The three were taken hostage their captors told Vlad the second that he could be released if his two sons remained behind home since it was really their only option. He agreed the boys would be held prisoner for five years one account holds that they were tutored in The Art of War science and philosophy. Other accounts say that they were subjected to torture and brutal abuse by the time Vlad the second return to Allah Kiya. He was overthrown in a coup and he and his eldest son murdered shortly. Thereafter Vlad. The third was released with a taste for violence and a vendetta against the Ottomans to regain his family's power and make a name for himself. He threw a banquet for hundreds of members of rival families on the menu was wine meet sweetbreads and gruesome vicious murder off. The guests were stabbed not quite to death then impaled on large spikes. This would become vlad's signature move leading to his moniker Vlad the Impaler, but it wasn't the only arrow in his quiver. Facing an army three times the size of his he ordered his men to infiltrate their territory poison the wells and burn the crops. He also hired disease dead-end to go in and infect the enemy defeated combatants were often treated to disemboweling flaying Alive boiling and of course impalement. Basically, you turn your enemy into a kabob and let them die slowly and just as importantly conspicuously vlad's reputation spread leading to a mixing of Legend in fact like that. He wants took dinner in a veritable Forest of spikes. We do know that in June of 1462. He ordered 20,000 defeated Ottomans to be impaled. It's a scale that's hard to even imagine when the Ott's in Sultan mehmed II Came Upon the Carnage he and his men turned on their heels and fled back to Constantinople. You would think flawed was on the road to Victory but shortly thereafter. He was forced into Exile and imprisoned in Hungary. He took a stab no pun intended on regaining will lakia fifteen years later, but he and his troops were ambushed and killed according to a contemporary

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"bram stoker" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Beholds this store. His story is my favorite from Bram Stoker to let's stop. He is Halloween for the ages. Zombies, which is Frankenstein. Don't hold a candle to the prince of darkness. This from Gina. By the way, I think I must've Jenna. Gina. Do whatyou can we love all your effort? Shields. Thank you, Gina. Look, I think you'd be fun. I You know, I'm going to sort of reduce some of the old Less formal versions of shields high where I already have the research and the knowledge from reading books and taking notes in the past, so Dracula certainly cool certainly falls into that category. And I think it ties in also to the period that I'm so fascinated with which is really the Christian Autumn Christian Ottoman. Wars of the 15th and 16th century. If I could teach a college class the first one be on propaganda to teach all the kids about why the news and how the news lies to them and molds their minds without them, realising it. That would be good Top an ex CIA guy probably be pretty popular class. Let's be honest. And in the other class I would want to keep should be Ottoman Christian warfare in the 15th and 16th century. Because it's fascinating and I love it. S O. That's and that's also why we have one shields higher. He done on Malta. Multiplier two is coming up again. We got Dracula will duel a panto part one and part two and I kind of want to do a A siege of Vienna one and siege of Vienna to and then I think we're going to get to a different period in history. Maybe we go ancient Greek, or we just pick the pick battles another podcast out there that pick the biggest battles, but I'll just do that, based on the ones that I really like. And I might even have a show or to do a podcast where invite some friends to also love history to sit around and chat with me about it, but thought about that. So there's a lot of things in the works. Friends. Make sure you pass the buck so that everyone could hear it. Thanks for being here with me back tomorrow. Same time, Same place shield. Tax season is behind us. But for too many of us tax problems still persist with this pandemic. Tax problems are going to get worse for individuals and small business owners. So I want to tell you about my friend Perry Cronin, an Axiom Tax resolution group. They can stop the threatening letters and house calls from the IRS. If you omori than 10,000 passed you taxes. You need to call Axiom Tax Resolution group to get your tax problems fixed on like other firms..

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"bram stoker" Discussed on Spoken Word Poetry

Spoken Word Poetry

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on Spoken Word Poetry

"It actually comes from birth. The Irish observance of Samhain and the Turning of the new year and a time when it was thought that Spirits could cross over. Oh, yeah and heard of that. Yeah. Yeah, and so so our whole additional trick or treat and and jack-o'-lanterns and although they they that time and just the idea that you can communicate cleanly with both and think and wage and all of these, you know, sort of ambiguous beings, you know to me I feel like that sense of imagination is something that I feel owe a lot to offer being raised in my Irish and Irish American culture. And in fact, we were talking about Bram Stoker. There's also a lot of the same picture of me ask after Bram Stoker's Dublin. Yeah is in is in the same boat. Yep. So, yep. Love to read a poem from this book that is about a being from Irish. Mythology called the Morrigan. Okay, hear a lot about the mortgage in popular culture these days but it is not always represented properly. The Morrigan is the it's hard to be an entity of female entity with three thousand different sides or aspect. Oh my God and its associated with The Crow and the Morrigan it's sort of become popular in role-playing and and things like that, but I'm kind of taken out of her actual cultural origin and meaning so which is highly ambiguous and somewhat depends on story that you're reading focused home. It's called mending the, Morrigan. Trying to trying to appreciate the Morrigan in her her actual proper and Cecil Place neat. Okay, I will keep your name like the Tree Circle in the field. That's double dance glass moment in October's wins. This is your home your bed to strangers divide you age range is divided you again. And again, I will keep your name told you all in Threads of porosity. I will raise my arm to your swift-moving cloud and the rush of closed pies read that one more time. Just I'm just curious more. Okay? Yeah. Sure. I will keep your name like the trees circling a field. That's doubled and grass murmurs in October's wins. This is your home your bed. So strange is divided you again. And.

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"bram stoker" Discussed on The gamingfixx1's Podcast

The gamingfixx1's Podcast

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on The gamingfixx1's Podcast

"Game is almost as if You're playing Matt Vampire the masquerade. And you've of crude a army of slash Or accrued an army of rules or a crude an army of Basically various minions and the Moray to your your your aiding your call right. Yes that's exactly If you've ever if you remember the The Francis Ford Coppola's Dracula movie from the early nineties. It was one thousand ninety actually came out We we took a lot of artistic queues at from that sort of gothic horror. Kind of VIBE. And we sort of melded that with sort of a late medieval kind of Gothic. Horror vibe going nor bram stoker with this one that right like for example we have We have one of the units of Empires. They're wearing flayed van armor just because flayed man armor is there needs to be more freedman armor everywhere right index. That needs to be a thing right. We're we're in the era of social distancing and whatnot and I personally I personally think the plague doctor mask has been played out a little bit. We need some plate armor mass. You know sounds like I have friends that can make them right. Yeah and to answer your question. Yeah WELL NOT REAL NOT REAL. I should I should not really yes. That is the wrong reason. I do not want your move games ending up on the news for all.

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"bram stoker" Discussed on The Deep Dive Podcast

The Deep Dive Podcast

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on The Deep Dive Podcast

"So my second pick is the nineteen ninety eight film lair of the White Worm. You know. It is not the story of Harvey Weinstein's Hotel Suite. That's important side effect of that. He's our producer. Yeah that's US So this is a British horror movie. Based on the Nineteen Eleven novel by Dracula Author Bram Stoker so the film version substantially deviates from the book. And that's probably a good thing because the novel by the novel was all by anybody's account. It was the worst he's ever written. Oh Wow yeah so you know. They the name that took the basic premise and ran with it The movie stars it's British cast or British Scottish and all that Amanda Donohoe Hugh Grant. Ooh And the twelfth doctor. Peter Cappelli Day. No yes as a young man is when he was much younger and I love him. He's unrecognizable in this movie voice So capacities character is an archaeologist in Angus Angus He's excavating a site near English. Bed and breakfast Does he's got this little excavation site near there and do some caves and things like that. He makes really bizarre discovery. And that is the skull of a snake like creature now not coincidentally. There's a local legend about a snake like creature called the damped worm..

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"bram stoker" Discussed on Z104

Z104

10:17 min | 2 years ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on Z104

"This is the best of our knowledge I'm Bob Barrett and our guest today is Dacre stoker the great grandnephew of Bram Stoker the author of Dracula he is the keeper of the stoker estate and legacy and has written books about both his ancestor and his ancestors famous creation Count Dracula stoker gives presentations around the world about the history of Dracula in literature and in the real world I asked him what students usually ask him when he talks about the good count and his famous ancestor what about what questions I get do you believe in vampires get Bram Stoker believe defense buyers you know you get you get that level because I actually I bring to them with with my keynote presentation which is like powerpoint but for apples I show the brand's notes social the manuscript I show a lot of his writing process they show a lot of the stuff that he went through and I really like to show people that this is a normal person just like all of us and he was a student like you guys but what he did was he had certain things in his life that caused him to develop a very dark sense of imagination but he also went against the odds and his family he had three brothers that were square US scientists they became doctors and civil servant and two sisters train seriously the art he was the only guy that kinda went into literature against his father's wishes he did he was a civil servant or time and life message coming out of all this is he followed his passion but he wanted to write you love the theater and this sort of escapism type thing but he also really was very hard working and they did a lot of research support it wasn't just yeah I want to be a writer jot down some things to come to my mind you know what I bet the shower going for a walk he did a lot of research on all of this stuff at the end he kept his notes so that's what that's what the students ask me about that process what kind of a guy would you like and I don't really like talking about because you know he is my relative and I'm proud of them and for for somebody that had humble beginnings just outside of Dublin Ireland to do something that has changed the world you know and to this day it's going as strong as ever it's pretty impressive and I like to spread that message well speaking of his notes are there any more notes are there anymore unfinished works that might be able to be fleshed out into a new novel the Dracula notes or reviews even Philadelphia and they've been published in facsimile edition by two friends of mine Robert eighteen the sang and doctor lose Beller Miller was the one that I did the last journal with and I'm actually working on an annotated Dracula with Robert eighty percent right now they're not new but since we discovered new thanks and one of them is built though the the books in the London library just last year that gives us a different look at the novel I have cold through his great grandsons book collection and there are some letters and journals in their by Brent son that some day I will bring to light Scherer is a Dracula manuscript that Paul Allen the co founder of Microsoft is no longer living but he purchased it and and they say that the last people to go to Seattle to look at it will we find anything else I do know a fellow of the did find it unfinished story I'm not privy to to say the name of it but it was unfinished story and we've been chatting about maybe sort of try to finish it ourselves if we can replicate what brand would have said you know in in our pass gas so because he wrote so many letters because he you know died fairly young their babies are worth things that pop up who knows it would be very cool to find another piece but the other thing is I'm trying to also work on bringing some of the short stories back to life in a basket that could give a wider audience and that is through graphic novels and that's one thing that I you know if I bet certain guys around I'm working with a guy from England you actually has a connection in Hollywood with with Marvel to to actually adapt one of them just to see how do we do it what's the writing process what's the art process so some of the stuff is is obviously been out they for a long time we're just trying to we present it in a way that would give a big audience to the stack centrist in because Marvel has been doing Dracula comics for decades yeah but some of the brands short stories and other stories haven't been exploited and and and and a great way if so that could be cool to to bring them back out the same way well what's next for you what's next for Dracula is the coming back is another book coming well you know we we jaded I purposely ended correct cool at the exact date eighteen ninety when Bram Stoker was was about to head off to Whitby England for his holiday with everything Sir formed in his mind and started writing the novel Dracula we've we've hit our novel drug cool it's like why he wrote it what things you do but there is a seven year gap that we left open for the time he started pending the novel to when it actually came out so our agent is said don't start writing it yet wait until the movie address cool comes out and then your your steak will be greater demand so that's one piece the other thing that I'm actually doing is trying to working with you guys right now who are documentary filmmakers to actually take some of my journeys to find all this information that I put into my stoker on stoker presentations that I give all over the world trying to add some a documentary element to it for instance last summer I was at the same mountaintop ignore Transylvania right next to Borgo pass at the end Bram stoker's notes for Dracula friend of mine Robert excuse me Hardesty rose actually found in the notes and lines of longitude latitude a references to rivers and towns and has been able to pinpoint the mountaintop where brand set his fictional castle and so I was there with the blessing of the national park with a lot of press from Transylvania and the film crew putting a plaque designating this as the spot on top about Israel so back the kind of thing I'm doing is sort of these these trips are great fun it takes a tourist on the if I could turn them into service short documentary I could get Joe wider audience and to me that's a lot of fun to the whole journey has been just an absolute gas more I could learn about brand the better but I like I like to bring it to lots of folks I didn't think this was gonna happen when you are training for the Olympics digit you know I thought that was the pinnacle of my career you know being in the Olympic Games in eighty eight at coaching of young lady became world champion but you know if if you stick to it and and you have fun while you're doing it just you know the best advice I give to folks that you be like me keep going and you never know what you're gonna turn up next if if you still keep doing all work it keeps your bill going saying to go to libraries that all kinds of cool stuff will turn out but it certainly does well there's anything brands book that is absolutely true it is that Dracula is immortal it'll be around forever I agreed on that what absolutely Dacre stoker is the great grand nephew a Bram Stoker the author of Dracula he is co authored the sequel called Dracula the un dead and the prequel called drug cool he also directed produced and wrote the twenty eleven documentary film Dracula meets stoker you can learn more about decor and the Stoke restated legacy at Dacre stoker dot com sure when it comes to vampires Count Dracula is a pretty big name but what about those other lesser known vampires that's the topic of today's academic minute them players are more than just Dracula I'm doctor Lynn Pascarella president of the association of American colleges and universities and today on the academic minute Tracy betting associate professor in the department of anthropology at SUNY Oneonta looks into a different European vampire legend when we think of vampires we conjure up Hollywood images of pale faint tooth bloodthirsty creatures on the prowl for next to bite but when we look at the history behind vampire lore the truth is almost as strange as fiction in seventeenth and eighteenth century Poland vampires were indeed considered evil creatures that rose from the grave to cause disease or death to humans however they were believed to be reanimated corpses more like zombies than the Cape wearing back morphing gentleman who can't see their own reflections in the cemetery where I did my research it was clear that a few skeletons have received anti Vampyr Ristic treatments several individuals have been buried with sickles across the throat my colleagues and I believe this was meant to cut the head off the body should it become reanimated and try to set up some of the bodies had stones beneath their chance possibly to keep the mouth shut so the corpses couldn't chew through their burial shrouds and bite victims what was interesting was that this anti Vampyr Ristic treatment wasn't limited to one specific demographic the people who are buried this way we're adults and children both male and female none exhibited any out of the ordinary health issues nor were they strangers they were all from the local community so what was it about these particular individuals that made their peers target them and label them as vampires we are left with a variety of possible culturally based explanations including not being baptized committing suicide even practicing witchcraft there was no one common reason that all of these people were targeted instead they each had some type of perceived risk factor for vampirism that fed the superstitions of the time and as a result made them subject to the strange and intriguing burial treatment that was Tracy about singer of SUNY Oneonta you can find this other segments and more information about the professors academic minute dot O. 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"bram stoker" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

09:57 min | 2 years ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"All right we are real call versus let's say that Netflix has a series out a Dracula series and I was excited excite you know you guys know I'm an Iraqi I try to watch a little last night it's just it's just bad how do you make a bad and other trying to keep it pretty pretty true to the novel near the Bram stoker's original novel and it's just not well executed at all and I I get so angry ex like white why can't they do this why can't they make it look cool do you like anything I like a lot of things I I can't remember the last time you came on and said I love you hear what I talk about the Mandalorian I was like getting a foot massage and the main floor all right just one year that's been one thing I'm gonna talk to Jesse Kelly next week nineteen seventeen when his arm when his royal Texas in this no it's our nationwide this week and you have you seen yet now I mean it was only on Manhattan rich good you should see you should see Israel's your take on it but it you know it's it's not saving private Ryan go but it's good it's good Yemen Lori was great I mean anyone who saw the witcher knows one of our actual producers are at red seat the date they agreed that the more the witcher is just terrible so which is really really carpentry and you agree with me by the way that bad blood on Netflix the first season's pretty watchable yeah what it is and then it's like it's like a two season two and they took a car full of dynamite and drove off a cliff basically yeah I mean I couldn't even I got like three I mean I watched it just because I don't like to not finish stuff I have never seen the show where there's a mafia boss is supposed to be so powerful and he's doing all of his own gun fights all the time I'm like that's not how the mafia no not at all not at all you have people to find people to do that yeah you go to war it doesn't mean you're the head mafia guy you walk around the pistol you're trying to like fight you would use a pencil correct right I mean kick it old school they got a Tommy gun but my Tommy gun don't I gotta say I watched I watched home alone one into you or the Christmas break do you like those of basketball court shut your face the best is is you know those little things that worries like you would smoke you but my brother you know yeah they because black and even made those yeah for that I found that I recently have been made though that's the last movie this journey I'll tell ya no you know no you weren't I'm gonna give you to the count of three they get your lousy no good Keister off my property it's it's the best is the best anyway how do you feel like Canada taking our president out of those movies you see that yeah you never coming to verify your address it's very sad yeah it's very sad and he had a great moment you know I don't see anyone else should help Kevin find the entrance to the lobby thank you very much yeah in a sense what I'm here for the good points let's hear from the folks very right shows I I enjoy your show I'm a bone to pick over the trump doctrine trump doctors to employ economic pressure first and foremost military forces used very selectively and very limited to sending a specific message so far it's been great success with Iran Russia and China the north Koreans only once you don't care about the people starving will very I mean that's what in that regard everybody that's it that's the doctor every administration so that I am I had a bone to pick with you I don't think that's really fun off I mean that's like saying the doctrine is you know peace through strength okay well everyone says that right what's really different about trump another because you the economic pressure against North Korea against Iran that has been exactly the same and everyone thinks that they use selective military force although to be fair to what you're saying obviously bush and Obama both brought down countries decide they're going to invade places hi all rights Buck I don't think the speaker will send the P. for articles the center until after the primaries and convention produces a clear nominee if the Senate now a lot of candidates to be stuck in the Senate just a thought who knows what Machen nation truly are great show as always Kyle it and I'm not even sure the policy knows what the what the game plan is here so I can't say that you are I can see you're wrong on this one you may in fact be correct so there you have it Andrew following up on girls in blue jeans the low waist nine these genes only look sexy on very skinny women women that occasionally eat need high waisted jeans I'm not saying it can't be like a little bit hi I'm sorry once like way above the belly button though that's what that's like it's those are two at your pan shouldn't be above the they should be above the belly button if you're under the age of sixty this is a point where we need to stop talking about this but as fair after art somebody want to weigh in on that one though but I got greedy Bruce mark I agree the Karen writes the hi mark I love your show on the podcast big fan however this work is in the roll call message I agree with your views on everything except one thing last night you spoke of men's facial here and we're just producer mark I agree I have to disagree the peers are the thing has there been a survey and how women prefer clean cut man over beards you have great hair but you shouldn't cover great face with a full beard many women think men grow beards to compete with other men to prove they can grow on but you most women prefer a clean or limited facial hair over appeared you should survey women over men I absolutely show keep up the fight we believe you're into like men's grooming and fashion producer market the team people have the thoughts on this more messages around is that I got it right now I'm like how you avoid were the wrong by the way ladies keep those high heels you know I mean this that's yeah I think you look like ten years older with the beard on anyway yes for sure look to your old age I know like oh my god you look like you're twelve board word or eighteen okay fine thank you there we go Gina are your book okay Sir powdered wigs serve a very major but achy purpose of more on the faction to this amazing very achy purposeful lice lice was a very common ailment in the Old World many folks have lost hair as a result and the lights did not respond and respond well to both the powder and a fashion accessory or the week a deterrent to further spreading I I do not know if this is true but it certainly sounds plausible I guess I don't know never heard that before sure interesting thank you Gina that's that I wasn't aware of that let's see here rich payback maybe this is Jane from the time you get this but I found it odd that trump didn't make a reference to the Ukrainian plane crash not even a somewhat basic condolence no tweet either with Iran reportedly unwilling to release them I will rich I think we we have addressed is now on the show and that I think trump was waiting I would like I knew that this was a missile strike I since I knew but I mean that's what I was waiting for us why yesterday I was talking to guys about the MH seventeen shoot down but I don't want to get ahead of facts because I wasn't there and it was conceivable highly improbable but conceivable that there was just some catastrophic mechanical failure that occur the same night as a missile strike from Iran you know sending a lot of missiles through the air but it was very very very unlikely but see unlike the the lives I rely on facts before I tell you somethings factual I don't just go with go with my gut and I'm let's see here I took a screenshot of my boyfriend's email to you if you see this can you possibly read on there would make him so happy regardless thanks for giving something look forward to every day blessings Carmen all right Carmen sure I'll read it Hey buckle of the show I first heard you want to post to be round table in the blaze back in twenty fifteen and I've been a faithful podcast listener ever since keep up the great work all thank you ma'am in a while since you did actually closed Friday so here's one for roll call Hey dirtbag you're a lousy shot I don't like lousy shots you wish to the kid for nothing now I think it's time I waste you she'll site Mike from Connecticut can I get that movie quote you know I can't and I don't know what I don't know what that one is actually now we don't do actually because Friday anymore we not that we didn't like Dan and we just haven't gone to in awhile do you know what that quote is by the way no but you know what action was closed Friday all this all this pre dates yeah we used to have people call in and try to challenge me in real time on air with an action movie quote to see if I can get it in real time and I was like the action movie cool ninja obviously I'm not I was basically undefeated here for one of the producer Margera so while producer Nick got it cobra with sly Stallone region X. men and both of us apparently what would be the first time let's see here who in hand thank you Carmen to intruding into your boyfriend shield side because five mark needs well I love the show well this is really long whoa oh team Showtime mark I got off time for this one right now it's really about twenty seconds left and show me the show flew by Tuesday Friday good heavens merciful heavens tomorrow's Friday I have to see other goodbye watched leading the transformers will have merciful heavens comes from it's a great Disney flick by the way yeah well he's not talking to me you know he does the whole deal is is this is not my view old if as a great go watch lady and the tramp it'll put a smile on your face great movie that's the show for today shields I gotta have background checks done for your business that's were my friends and.

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"bram stoker" Discussed on Two Guys to the Dark Tower Came: A Podcast about Stephen King and His Books

Two Guys to the Dark Tower Came: A Podcast about Stephen King and His Books

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on Two Guys to the Dark Tower Came: A Podcast about Stephen King and His Books

"One of these tragedy songs that was so big in the fifties all of this ties together to really emphasize. The fact that Salem slot is no longer the town we thought it was and it has been totally infected infested assisted by by Vampires. And there's really no turning back. Yeah there definitely is no turning back. I mean I found this really awesome vampire apocalypse calculator Later on line it's from Omni Cocu later dot com and it lets you set all these parameters and including the type of vampire model that we're playing within one of the choices is the stoker king model because King so closely used to Bram stoker in the story that they're they're effectively the same here in in how vampires spread their vampirism. So you put in things like the population of humans. The number of vampires how aggressive the vampires ears are and how people are changed into vampires and then it does a calculation for you and it tells you basically how long before the number of vampires vampires out ways the number of humans and then how long until there are zero humans in everybody's vampire trying to as closely mirror the the information we have from Salem's lot like the number of people etc.. It looks like there will be the same number of humans and Vampires after under point eight two months and then there will be effectively zero people after about one point six six months. We're looking at a six week timeframe basically for yeah for this attorney which for what we've seen so far I mean I don't have an exact number of days. These were in through the book. But I can't imagine it's more than two weeks from.

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Aaahh!!! Classic Monsters

BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

08:38 min | 2 years ago

Aaahh!!! Classic Monsters

"We thought we would talk. Hello Classic movie monsters or I guess. A derivative thereof You know all the films like Frankenstein Dracula creature the Black Lagoon and salon boy. Oh boy so yeah so we are. Actually we each picked one classic creature. We're going to be sharing history in details about that creature in the story about the story about them so should we. Should we drinks. Yeah okay so I'm going to actually hand the mic over to Tracy and you because I she has forty drinks that she's going to be sure they're all so I'm focusing on vampires and at total wine there was actually quite a bit to choose from uh-huh depending on how elaborate you WanNa get with the topic. There was even like walking dead wine assume that seemed like sheeting. That seemed like that would be better for his. Obviously yeah it's because it's actually from the TV exactly. So I can't have rick on the cover and be thinking of Bram Stoker works for me with that said that I brought three drinks because being hungover and being two o'clock in me not having lunch it just seems weird like crack. Open a bottle of wine right now but I do have Francis Coppola diamond red plans talk a little bit about Coppola going on. Because you can't really talk about Dracula directly without talking about Coppola and then I also because I don't like I said if I'm going to open that I also brought four. They use my teeth to pull the bag out. I have a lovely temper neo. Oh I love to drag on. And we'll talk a little bit about what dragons dragons relates reverse dragged him the vampire at least in literature but like I said that's a bit heavy so honestly what I think I'm going to start with. Breath is a nice blood. Orange Margarita and S- To serve it in as they said I just live seven houses down I brought on my own Hamilton Sippy Cup when I say Hola pouring that that's awesome chewing that All amazing choices see. That doesn't take a random rationalization cody did you notice that mixture. You have doesn't actually have to kill it in it. Oh I I forgot I also brought my own patrol. Never leave home without it. So the monster I chose today is Where wolves so what? I'm drinking today. Is a Lithuanian heritage. Beer called where wolf it's literally called Werewolf and it has a quite a high alcohol content. So that's so funny because just right before for the show Tracy and I were talking about how we like picking drinks. That aren't just the name. They require narrative. Chris here's where we'll there's nothing with that sound so bitchy all right so Chris is still looking to see what kind of beer is is it. Strong connect have a taste. Today makes one of us. Oh that is delicious is really good. That's dangerous Oh my God. I'm just GonNa Covet this break a command. It's a Belgian dark El okay. I'M GONNA try that too. Yeah so for my drink. I'm actually Old England. I'm actually doing Frankenstein. And so and that was that was what I was GONNA do. I was I went into English. Oh I hear terrible and like you know what. I just can't drink this after my night. I'm going to get something good. Mary Shelley found something actually liked Mary. Shelley well well I whenever you look at all these old stories. I what I think of it is. They all kind of intertwined sometimes in ways and they're just kind of these wild crazy stories stories. So I've found a blackberry merlot called twisted Vine Ohio. Yeah good expected to get a couple. I rolls maybe like really all right so with that I will get into history I didn't want to do anything like Hollywood movie. Poor history because that would have been very long and excessive in instead I thought I would give a weird overview on the history of monsters the word monster itself derives from the Latin word monstrum meaning to demonstrate or monarch meaning to warn There's also the Latin word monstrum which Just means abnormal or supernatural but can also mean wonder or miracle generally speaking monsters are physical whether real or imagined representation of those things society as Dean leaned unknown or unnatural and most mostly those things that we fear and cannot explain physically. Speaking a monster may have some unusual characteristics. In fact one time things such as two-headed cavs or babies born with abnormalities were considered monsters so basically anything that was outside of what society claimed as quote. Normal aw was seen as monstrous of course as we know in addition to the physical characteristics. Munster's we'll do some terrible things or act out on the way beyond the standing of society being set that any one of us in this room could be considered a monster me with my blue hair and you both being super tall me with my gay so monsters there's all of you There are a ton of tons of monsters that go back in history. There were monsters that were found in cave paintings represented by animal human hybrids which unlikely cliches in real life hence monsters or at least at the conclusion that historians drew in Greek and Roman mythology monsters were perceived as a form of displeasure from the gods examples being cyclops Gorgon. Medusa Centaurs Sirens and so on. It seems that in religion like Judaism Christianity and Islam. They avoided talking about monsters aside from stories related to Satan and the power of evil in Hinduism monsters. A lot more prevalent. you see gods depicted with extra limbs or as an animal human hybrid and in native American culture. You have creatures such as the Wendy Go. Skin walkers and even sasquatch after the renaissance period with science becoming a new a fairly new thing. It really tried to attempt to explain what exactly monsters were to no avail in the gothic period we were graced. With two of the most infamous monsters Frankenstein and Dracula as well as some of the creepiest fairy tales by the brothers Grimm in psychology. Carl Jung tried to explain monsters as any central part of development might in that they were seen as the quote otherness within ourselves. I kind of discussed with this with you. Cody Day in that how I was talking how we need to balance the light with dark so I think that's the same thing it's arguing and our gang. We all have a fascination with monsters. This podcast is an example. Cody are armchair. Chair crypto zoologists. That even if these creatures don't exist it's that innate curiosity of the possibility of their existence as society changes the faces of monsters changing. We'll continue you to do so when before we used to be freed of things like trolls and elves. Today's where we fear things such as candyman or to say that once monsters collection of our society and then all the terrible things in it as well as an escape from those terrible things monsters are ever evolving and as long as we have fears and terrible things going on in our world they will. Oh not go away in my opinion. That's escapism at its best interest inc.. I have like a believer skeptic question but I guess I wanNA save it maybe. For debunk okay. But I'm afraid that I'm going to. I'm going to forget it. I'm going to ask now for both of Y'all are there any monsters or creatures that either of you actually believe in. Yes yes. That's probably what got me. Hooked on your podcast in the first place you were immediately talking about things that I have seen with my own eyes so I can only to Chris as a believer in many of the things. He's seen. Yeah I'm sitting there at work. Listen to going. Oh my God I saw that too says yes shadow people. I can't talk about that right now. Is Definitely I've had encounters encounters with shadow people. But as far as what we're talking about today. The closest is a boyfriend who thought he was a vampire. Oh Shit are you talking about that in your story. No I wasn't going to because it's complicated and messy advocates network. Deep Ball Game L.. Dated someone who thought he was a vampire sidelining. I think he was just really sexually confused. Needed to explore some things and that arena. He had seen the horror many

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"bram stoker" Discussed on Nighttide

Nighttide

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on Nighttide

"Beyond a passive means of reflection and becoming an active means of transformation. He believed the mirror had an <unk> energy about it which allowed one to see the shadow soul their true nature. This is where the belief came from that let demons and later thanks to Bram Stoker Vampires casts no.

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"bram stoker" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I don't know I mean there is some talk that Bram Stoker when he wrote Dracula may have had some experience of this is coming from his I think it's his great nephews deck three stoker who's just written a novel not too long ago about Dracula and I think he is the one that has said that there's some evidence and some of the letters that he had from his because of his great uncle maybe that indicated that stoker may have had some experience too but I don't have much more information on it than that what do you know about reptilian alien shapeshifters well that's an interesting theory there's a guy in England David I never say his name correct like yes I said I yeah it's not like a lot of people see it yeah right right now it's like who has swelled I see he right he has this well I can say I want to see the eerie because steering committee normally has a more scientific approach to it that this actual facts and evidence before you go to theory he has his ideas a difficult the Babylonian brotherhood that is ancient and that it's been here for centuries and centuries and centuries it actually came from another star system they're aliens but he came here and made it with sort of the proto humans that were running around the time they're here because start by going back millennia and they were the reptilian shapeshifters the changes into reptiles and that by mating with whatever form of humanity was on the earth at that time they have now put their gene pool into the email subsequent generations that now there are people who are reptilian alien shapeshifters they have half human and reptilian alien blood like I should say his idea is that these are killing alien shapeshifters have a whole underground sort of civilization that they are intent on basically taking over the world in it he says that some of the world leaders that we know are actually the shapeshifters people like queen Elisabeth they have to his reptilian eyes or something yes right you can go on I mean if you go on the internet and check that out and you'll see you'll see people you see that people change from around people like we have to that vertical kind of slip like reptile looking I doubt you know I mean I think a lot of those are obviously probably stage but you know I have about what but that's the theory is that these people are among us and that they are intent on eventually taking over the world and they've already they've already put in this place several world leaders and not just world leaders but even celebrities like actors and actresses and and famous sports figures of the list of people who has as a feeling they haven't gotten to me yet they have a good idea it's good George course then again you haven't seen my eyes have right over the radio where do we get your book shapeshifters so say citizens out now it's in a lot of bookstores has just been out only about three weeks so it's still getting out there but its direct from the university of Chicago press two you can get it there on the website you know my website as well.

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"bram stoker" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"Next up is Artem ass- Phalle boy villain BoJ's thing. But Kenneth Branagh. So that's why I'm like, maybe. Yeah. Cool. And after that, we've got play mobile the movie, which is the LEGO knockoff or maybe it's owned by LEGO. Who knows all I was thinking of ju- PLO, you Monte is this do PLO in the leg. I'll find out if play mobile is don't think it is. I think it's some sort of signed by some sort of weird finish company. Not that LEGO probably isn't grand by Brandstatter group. But it's probably pronounced differently because all the it's pronounced Bram Stoker group. Oh my God. Yes. It was originally to to promote it was originally invented to promote Bram Stoker's Dracula. Is that true? Yeah. Yeah. Founded in eight hundred seventy six Lonzo up mythos. Next up. We've got angel has fallen you might be asking. What is that? I am asking that. It's the same. You know, what I'm not going to give you the satisfaction. I'm not gonna ask you already say rolling. Nukes w did. And then you have this look like now. But I asked you ask abate. Yeah. I didn't just throw it out there mice. I'm not interested in some of the listeners also known as full and say cool that so in this one somebody goes to assassinate the president. And I think it's Jerry Butler even though he keeps saving the president. Right. And so he's on the run for the Senate hand. But this guy's really moody. Maybe this time he would want to kill the person, you know, some people they like I want to save the president. I want to kill the president. But this guy knows. That's very confident did in life with any given president. You would only have a want to save that president or kill that president. Like, I'm not changing my mind on the current president. What am I painting is on the current president? I'm not going to change that opinion for any race. You think politicians content people ran in general? Yes. That's probably sure. Yeah. Some people I think on the level of would you want to kill them or not? I think he conscience which you're locked in the way, I think if you locked in that you definitely want to kill the president. I don't think an impassioned speech by that president will prevent you from still wanting to kill that president. But if they do a selfie with you. Yeah. Then then you'd be okay. People would be happy with that. You might put it on Instagram with a caption gonna kill this guy. Lol you've softened up a bit, you know, like this. All right. Well, thanks my somewhere now on a list next. It's ten we've gone. I'll do anything for publicity. I will kill Donald Trump..

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Bacteria can be used to turn type A blood into universal type O

South Florida Morning Show

01:07 min | 3 years ago

Bacteria can be used to turn type A blood into universal type O

"Get a load of this researchers at the university of British Columbia. Thank they figured out, how to take other types of blood and converted issue universal donor type, remember it. Used to, be a we really need O-negative we really need a, positive, we really need okay basically they found. A specific type of, enzyme in our gut that's really, good, at picking out sugars that a. Different proteins, all his matters because things called antigens. Would cause us to have different, blood types simple sugars here's what they did they took that, bacteria Korea made it attack other different types of blood cells remove, those things. In the end what. They get is typo So basically if you give we've. Got a universal blood type they just. It doesn't matter it makes it makes it. A lot easier now to give it's like breaking bad. And Bram Stoker's it's all mixed in together from? Gut. Enzymes this is a lot? To follow at six fifty. One I'm right in front of you might face isn't okay what does it all, mean then it, needs. Pretty soon we're going to be able. To take. Any type? Of blood converted to the universal make blood shortages non-existent the bottom line of all? Of, this that's. Great.

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