22 Burst results for "Charlie Manson"

"charlie manson" Discussed on CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

07:03 min | 3 months ago

"charlie manson" Discussed on CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

"It. And I think it's also just a nurturing thing in the beginning, the way you painted your story, the way that the metro key and your father, your patriarchy in your life, brought you up was to allow you to find yourself, but also to give you boundaries that recognizing that what you needed and allowing you to function within that and enabled you to direct your energy in the right way and to use your traits in the correct way. And you ended up being a mess of contributor to society, but it could have gone the other way if, as you say, you abused emotionally or didn't have those needs met. So it sounds like someone who's got that psychopathic or sociopathic, which is maybe you could define that for us. But you do have either of those tendencies, the nurturing is incredibly important to help release the ability to direct it that energy in the right direction. And you talk about leaders as well and having those kind of tendencies. So could we could we do that just in, I mean, there's so much we can talk about, but just to kind of bring this discussion. Our first of many discussions I hope to in this talk about the difference between a psychopath and every group is a different definition. I'll tell you that. There's a lot to you. And this goes back a long way that person would be described at first to correctly promote first about psychopaths. But the idea is the way to look at it is what we've been talking about as a psychopath. Now, psychopathy, these personality disorders, you think you're right. You think your thoughts and what your actions are the right things. In that sense, there are moral, right? Because I do this. And a lot of psychopaths are terrible things. Not think that's immoral. Because they think it's just what happened. And so the psychopaths who are created early and you have to have looks like you have to have the right set of genes and then be abused or abandoned early. That combination will then set up a lifetime of terror. And it can either be narcissist personality disorder or psychopathy or some other pernicious thing. But that's why early. And so the kid ends up thinking urges and actions and thoughts that are very social. Are okay. And so in that sense, they're not immoral at all. A psychopath is not immoral. When they do something, there's no sense of anxiety or remorse. You know, a psychopath caught doing something and they get away with things with the police, anybody because they have no tells. Because they don't feel really guilty. So they'll say, you know, and so they get away all the time, either from being caught by a mate. They have a line of who are you going to believe me or you're lying eyes, right? But also, with the police and everything and I knew growing up, one of the things that I think the adults some of the adults around you saw from the time I was young, I would do things. We could just involve the steering cars. We don't bring them back. Simon is in full gas and everything. But we did all these a lot of things starting fires and everything. But it was never with an attention to harm, but it was there, right? And I'd never had a sense of immorality, but other people did, right? And so there's something wrong with you. And what was wrong, not that I was a little boy being a bad boy, making explosives and doing all sorts of stuff. It was that I thought it was okay in which I really did. It was just for fun. I was having fun. Now, so when I got caught doing things, and all these guys that would organize a teenagers and the college hundreds of thousands of people to mob around and move around and torment the cops all the time, but it was never to cause destruction ever. But it was fun. You know, this was like fucking fun. Absolutely. And I think it would bother me if I thought somebody was going to get hurt. So it was all, but people do get hurt, right? And to me, it was like, well, you know, those are the odds. They could be crumbles. So whenever that would happen and I'd be caught with the interview me because they said, well, there's the ringleader. And I talked about makeup's laugh, and they'd always let me go. The other friends we spent the night in the cooler, because I didn't have any anxiety, any sort of lying tells like I didn't care. That's a key thing. This makes psychopaths one of the things that makes them so dangerous is that they don't have tails or it takes a long time to find those tools, expert liars. And manipulators. Now, and they show no remorse. There's no remorse, no guilt or anything. And what they think they're doing matter morality doesn't it's not even a factor. Now, sociopath is usually something like the young loser of the person who thinks he's a loser. He's mistreated. He's bullied. He could be or she could be 8, ten years old. They may or may not have the genes for this, but they're bullied early and they spend the rest of their life getting even with the world. Or the person or group of people who they see as causing them and their family or their country great pain. This is where terrorists come from. This is where the sociopaths are. They always there's a reason for what they're caught of doing something. They do have remorse. They do have anxiety. They're easy to catch, but which is often seen as like a older psychopath, gathering up young pissed off kids, right? Teenagers. That's what Charlie Manson did. They always tried. I remember the in creating the story and the news cycle back then with Charlie Manson. These are just your average middle class kids. They weren't at all. These were prostitutes are all druggies. But the tried to make it seem like this is your kid next to her. They were. And these were people who like Charlie was abused early and came from some bad genetics. We don't know what we can tell by everybody in his family. He was a psychopath, probably. We don't have the scans and everything. But the people, his family, were social pets. And they were pissed off. They're going to get in with society. A lot of times when you find that for the shooters, well, they'll go and find their tormentors. And it could be, it could be a little geeks and so they go get all the football players. And although hate people that they see as their tormentors. So if there's the good-looking country club guy, even though he's never done anything, he represents that Kim college that either a wouldn't date me or be bullied me or all of these things. So they become icons. And it means that they're dead and they spread the less rest of the life hating them and getting even. You know, the guy, the young boy, always liked blond girl with the hair part in the middle, and she embarrassed him, and they wouldn't go out. Here's the guy that's going to go around making life very difficult for blondes with her hair part in the

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Alex Jones Joins Charlie for a 'Controversial' Conversation

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 4 months ago

Alex Jones Joins Charlie for a 'Controversial' Conversation

"Joining us now is the most canceled man in America in his own words, Alex Jones, Alex. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Charlie absolutely. I mean, even mainline reporters interviewed Charlie Manson. Even I'm the worst person in the world. People should be able to talk to me, but the truth is they want to misrepresent what I've said and done, that's why they don't want me to ever actually be live on air. So big fan of what you do and God bless you is going to be here. Thank you, Alex. So let's talk about the sandy hook thing. Let's just start with that. I don't like what you said at the beginning. You've said now going back that it was a mistake and that you're not even allowed to correct it. They're trying to destroy your life in bankrupt you because of it. Floor is yours. Tell us the story from your perspective that the media is intentionally not covering. Well, if you go back ten years ago, the Internet question would happen there like that question, Jesse Smollett or so many other events. And I barely ever covered it like 20 something minutes they brought it to evidence. They tried to make me the sandy hook guy once Trump won. And so they just simply said, oh, he's a bully, he's stalking people. He's doing all this. None of that was true. They had Democrat judges in Austin and in Connecticut say that I was defaulted so I couldn't defend myself. I sat there while the judge said to the jury, he is guilty. You will find him guilty. So this is their new weaponization of the media. It's a very small part of what I recovered. I questioned every major event. I questioned you. I believe children died and you've all, but the head of the state police in Texas and the mayor of Yale do you say there's a cover up? They've been lied to. So they want to punish people that question things. They want to say, oh, he's not a populist leader. He's not a popular person with the people. No, he's the sandy hook man. And so they've used that like claiming Trump says all Mexicans are criminals. Well, Trump never said all Mexicans are criminals. He said some very good people come across the border. It's a very bad people we should screen them. So just like they tried to make Trump hates all Hispanics, fake news. It's the same thing here.

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James Howard Kunstler: 'Politically, I Was Never a Lefty'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:28 min | 4 months ago

James Howard Kunstler: 'Politically, I Was Never a Lefty'

"I was never a lefty, really. And I had my first encounter with politics in a strange way when I was a college student, I ran for student government president as a joke. When I was a sophomore, and I won the election. And all of a sudden, I was in this position in 1968, 69, 68 and 69, which was the height of the Vietnam War. And also the height of the beginning of the hippie, the hippie age going sour, because that would be the summer of Charlie Manson and elephant. And Woodstock, which was not altogether bad, but had some elements that weren't so appetizing. And so hippy DOM was kind of going south. And I was tussling with student radicals who were making my life miserable in this job I had. And what college? I was a SUNY college. It was one of the four year liberal arts college. But you wilderness of upstate New York. You saw clear enough to where the radicals were, you could see that they were. What I saw was that they were despots. Even in 1964, despots. They were trotskyites. They were despots. They wanted to basically tell march you around and tell you what to do. And I could see that very clearly. And it's been coming on for the next 55 years.

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Don't You Dare Label Larry a 'Trump Republican'

The Larry Elder Show

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Don't You Dare Label Larry a 'Trump Republican'

"Michael McConnell, on CNN, referred to me as a Trump Republican. I then did his radio show. Here's what happened. Larry, I'm not taking anything. Look, I respect you. You are the man in the arena. You know, a lot of us sit around and we talk about it. You answer the bell, and I respect you for that. And I didn't. I just want to say this on my own radio program. I really didn't intend it as a slight. I regret the way I introduced you on CNN. It was not on my part seeking to pin you that way. I should have done it. No, I should have done it differently. But I here's the hard question that I want to ask you. Michael, I know you all have to know you weren't trying to make my point is you're an independent guy. You're a fair minded guy. Imagine how the rest of the media treated me. They would routinely say this thing on purpose. I was asked over and over again, do I think the 2020 election was stolen? I was Stephen Miller, I have a position in my cabinet. What do I think about abortion? None of those issues had anything to do with why Californians were upset with Gavin Newsom. They were upset about the crime about the homelessness about the way he shut down the state about the fact that people are leaving, poor fire management. We're running out of water for crying out loud farmers right now are being water rationed. And we have a poor energy grid because of the force reliance on so called renewables like wind and solar. This is why people were upset with Gavin Newsom, but the left kept characterizing this in ways subtle and not so subtle as a Republican takeover. It was extremely unfair to me. Are we having fun yet? Anyway, Michael McConnell apologized for introducing me at CNN as a Trump Republican. I said I am a Republican Republican. Did Democrats vote for Hillary? Did they vote for Joe Biden? Do they call them Hillary Republicans? A Democrat rather? They called him Biden Democrats? It was all designed to malign me in California because in California about the only public figure more hated than Donald Trump is Charlie Manson, and

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"charlie manson" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"charlie manson" Discussed on Cinemavino

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You know? <Speech_Male> Yeah, which is almost <Speech_Male> worse. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> You know, it's like he <Speech_Male> killed people, but he also <Speech_Male> ruined other people in the <Speech_Male> process. <Speech_Male> Yeah, that was also <Speech_Male> the golden age for cults. <Speech_Male> Great colts back <Speech_Male> then. Yeah. <Speech_Male> Although, I <Speech_Male> mean, it's like it's weird. It's <Speech_Male> like, I remember like the <Speech_Male> hill bop thing and <Speech_Male> when I was <Speech_Male> in high school, that was <Speech_Male> a great <Speech_Male> cult. You know, <Speech_Male> the asteroid people. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Great <Speech_Male> call. 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"charlie manson" Discussed on Cheine On

Cheine On

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"charlie manson" Discussed on Cheine On

"Obviously when as people get older they could get dementia. They alzheimer's and there are certain documents that you put in place That can kind of help and assist with that so when it comes to planning for death a lot of times you're talking about a will you know or in a lot of times you're talking about trust Particularly irrevocable trust which is kind of operates as a will substitute when it comes to planning for incapacity trust can also be beneficial with that. But you know some of the additional documents. Let's say could be a durable power of attorney designate or designation of healthcare surrogate. Where it which you pick somebody to make healthcare decisions. In the event incapacitated a living will. And that's the document that says something to the effect of if i have a stage terminal condition if i'm gonna persistent vegetative state And there's no reasonably likely reasonable likelihood of my medical recovery. Then you can remove life sustaining treatment. And then you can also designate or draft. A document called or i should say executed for the from the client's perspective document called designation appreciated guardian. And that's document. Say look if the court ever has to appoint a guardian. I'd like to pick who that is. And this is the person that i would put forward to the court and the court generally is going to honor that unless there's a compelling reason not to so for example if i said that i want to charlie manson to be my Designating him as my premium guardian. And charlie he. He's dead right. Read that yeah. I think he's well if he was still around. I don't think the court representative depends right. It depends maybe if he was running like your I don't know if you're in the music industry or something like that like he would have a very keen interest in that from not mistake and he was a huge beatles and particularly white album. Fan right yeah. And that's i don't know but that's kind of from a big view. That's that's the estate planning side. Now i also do probate administration and trust administration and we were talking about wills and we were talking about trust previously and You know those people ultimately pass away and the reason that they drafted a trust and the reason they drafted a will in many cases is to make sure their property gets where it needs to get So when they pass away a lot of the times retained by the new trustee of the trust or a personal representative of the estate or just merely family members. You know they don't even know what's going on at the time and you have to walk them through it Assist them with administering a trust and assist ministering in a state You know that that kind of stuff. I also do guardian ships. As i mentioned before you know. Sometimes people become incapacitated. They may have dementia or alzheimer's. You can also see people just have mental health issues..

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"charlie manson" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"charlie manson" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

"He wrote a book about it. It was me it was me. And it's like you got caught though. I was living in china. And then why were you caught i if your master by not the flex you think it is weird. Flex another guy named james grace. He was one of the twelve who escaped. He just showed back at eastern state by himself. Because he was just like you know this this life of being on the run and stop for me and my god. It was hungary. Oh that's sad in a way it's did to be in there so i don't wanna give him too much pat. It's okay yeah probably like it is. It's it is very strange when you like that will happen. Yeah but they come back. And i like a charlie manson. He was like. I want to be in jail forever. Yeah and they were like no. No sorry. No you really don't have to. Yeah you know on the running for everyone no now. Finally frederick frederick. To new toe is found with one of the other escapees like he was found with james. Botchy van zandt and they were the last two escapees to be found. It took the police two months to find them so they had something going on. Yeah and isn't that time. The botchy guy created the game of botchy ball. He did crack. You know without him. Young we'd never have botchy..

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"charlie manson" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"charlie manson" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

"When they were at the beach they notice that he developed a stutter and they wondered if it was like earn more attention from his parents. Oh this hurts my heart. It's really sad. one friend. Even remember that brooks boasted about tony. A flies wings off like he was doing a science experiment and not just like treating an animal cruelty. I know it's like a fly but but it's still like a win. Especially when you put it along with ripping the legs off of crabs and right like e. exactly but he didn't seem concerned about the cruelty aspect of that he seemed concerned like. Oh what a mind. That's exactly what it was like. Oh my son doing the experiment yet. It's like no. I'm not exactly so now. We're gonna flash forward to nineteen sixty seven. The families living in switzerland tony's twenty-one by this time and his parents find out that he is gay okay. They are less than pleased. That hurts my heart. It's really fucked up. Tony had been experimenting with his sexuality for a long time While he was out of boys berne in boarding school. that's when he did a lot of experimenting and he actually told a psychologist that it started when he was eight years old. And that's something that happened him at school and that's when he started like exploring his sexuality. Oh wow it's at eight years old and something happened. Oh he's because experience he had at boarding school at old. So it's like you wonder what yeah kind of after read into that sounds ominous does now brooke seem to have known for awhile but barbara literally could not handle the news. She almost fell apart now at the time. Tony was dating this guy from australia. Who he had met in morocco. Like what a life. Just you know this guy and we're all just living in. Morocco just met my man's in morocco. Now this man's was cooper. Jake was a really cd. Dude really shitty i. He was said to have been bringing tony down a really bad path. He introduced him to a ton of drugs. They like did lsd regularly together. Which when you're doing that regularly it's like not also like soup not very casual not great for your psyche The also doing bella donna together. Okay charlie manson. Yeah they deliberately thing. I thought of so one of barbara's friends called her and was like yeah tony's involved with this guy he's bringing them down a really bad path and i also think they're together so barbara was devastated that her son was gay which is so fucked up. Let's talk wouldn't even be on your. And i know it was like a different time socially and all that stuff but it was never acceptable ever accept. Ill marked up. And she was so upset that she decided they needed to leave immediately and moved back to new york city and she wanted to work on curing him of his gayness oh curing him of his gayness oh it's a fucking disease i hate this. It's terrible now. Some people said that this is one barbara. And tony's relationship really started to become incestuous. Oh so i read this article about while they were crossing the border to get back into the united states they Tony didn't have the right passport. So they had to spend a night in jail and she said something to him along the lines of lanc. Oh good like you're cuffed up with money like just where you should be. Oh maybe wouldn't be like super-duper creepy if everything else is going to say it's a thing to say. It's definitely a weird thing. Say saying mummy when he was going to say twenty one in being cuffed up with mummy..

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"charlie manson" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"charlie manson" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Be rough. They give out many minutes to tell the story about breaking interest. Twenty four from everything. I've heard of it. Twenty four point basically what happened. Yes yes thank running across rooftops jumping off. Buildings getting caught into lease searchlights. Here's what i feel strongly about this hours in the final episode of this season of the mall whether he is the winner or the runner up or mole. He's there for sure they are just giving out way too much stuff. He's so on my television. He's the colby donaldson of this of the mole. That he's just always there you know like he's just like he's he's not not there ever so he's absolutely in the finale. Whether he's the mole or the winner or the runner up. He's there for sure. Give them a whole. Ask our taj about how he broken entered into his ex-wife's apartment it's like well no kidding worked out the way that it did is that is the rooftop to rooftop of jump down the cup. She goes charles. Manson and bill flips. I'm charlie manson the whole story's insane in these. Yeah so much time. Dime on it tellingly. They did not ask bill what the most trouble he got into was. Because i'm pretty sure it was like the time they put me on death row for murdering my god if they follow up al story with our win or not dr woods with ribs. reminding when i peed on my sister when i was four and she was too. And that's the trouble. Ever got it keying like psycho my god so maybe this is in your notes to discuss when we get to the quiz but one of the quiz questions all of them. Yeah i it screen shotted so we can try to match them to his bowl. And i don't appreciate the description that gave for bribes because i feel like it's so much more than that. I believe his is caught playing practical jokes on another kid. Yeah that's what i wrote to. And i was like you mean. When he was caught they put for eighty urinating in times square was also caught urinating on his sister. Not playing a practical joke on another kid. That's not a practical joke. That's no money. Yeah it's weird. I mean he's four she's to like this is very weird stuff but like also this is the story you want to tell on national television. Also that's the most troubling. No one caught the most trouble of their entire life than they were four. No unless they are for now is squeaky clean. He's squeaky clean. He's never gotten in trouble again after that one is like i will never again. I'll do whatever you tell me. Wow my mom caught me peeing on my sister's head. What an horrible day in the bribes household that one tough for everyone involved. Yeah yeah so. It is the night before the quiz allen. Darwin sharing a room andrew bed. Yeah yeah. I mean look like cozy very cozy hotel room a one bedroom one bed for room. I guess but they're like in the same bed. Basically it's like two doubles smashed together or looked for that i was looking for like a line of the mattresses. It looks like they're sharing blankets. Cuddled pavin philip dog like kinda judgment but he was so unexpected thing where i like then like kind of expected to like roll over his head on his hand back all right so darn who'd he like so. I broke into your hotel tally. Everything has the sheet of his chin in crazy. I i feel like once you're shirtless in a bed with someone you kinda have to ask them to be in a coalition with you. It's kind of tacky if you don't. It's a little uncomfortable if you don't do that. And so darwinist is saying that he's suspects dorothy and then alavia and so they're strategizing about splitting up in challenges so that they can get information from all sides. Darwin asks al who he put last on his list. And i won't say yeah. And then in a confessional. He's like yeah. I need a coalition. Because we're getting close to the end. But i'm not telling anybody any romantic. Not no matter what. He's not telling anybody any there. Yeah we're shirtless in bed together. So i'll do the respectful thing and offering him a coalition but it means nothing to nothing nothing to me But now they're going to work as a tan. Darwin has all of these coalitions. So he's you know just keeping his options except it's the curse of darwin coalition and then you go as opposed. That's true ours. This is the quiz across the quiz. There were these moments. Where like you like bill. And i'm like what has happened. What has happened suspicious of darwin because of his various.

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"charlie manson" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"charlie manson" Discussed on KCRW

"With my beloved, Long lost jack scaly. About his new book. Not. I suspect the newest written, but the newest published Dennis Wilson and Charlie Manson. It's a chap book depicting the life and death of Beef Boys drummer. Dennis Wilson and his relationship with serial killer Charles Manson and the book ends with a poem. In a very formal style. It's known as a villain. L can you tell us what a villain l is? I mean, as you know, of all poetic forms the villain El. Maybe the most. Oppressively constricting its based on a series of interlocking lines of two lines each, but then they rotate throughout 19 lines. So you have to choose to pretty strong lines to be repeated four or five times throughout the entire piece. We're about to hear Jack Skelly reading the beach Boys villain L. Beach Boys villain L. Diving off a dock of darkened memories. Father with one eye, a son with one ear. He plunged into the drink and never surfaced. It was nearly dentist, not Sharon Tate, who Charlie got first. He threw me into deep end. Cried Christine McVie. Dennis had a thing with Christine McVie. Diving off a dock of darkened memories. Daddy dear never had a hit, so he hit his sons. The bad vibes flow from Blue Jay Way to Marina del Rey. He plunged into the drink and never surfaced. £300 of Coke drunk Brian watching Flipper. Dad popped out his glass eye and bared his bloody socket. Diving off a dock of darkened memories. Shattered by acid. Brian poured forth masterpieces of pain. His father smacked his ears till he heard only in mono. He plunged into the drink and never surfaced. Dennis drowned in women more than music boots or brothers. Heart forever flooded with blood and love obsessions. Diving off a dock of darkens memories. He plunged into the drink and never surfaced. That's Jack Scully reading his beach Boys villain. Now, as I've done recently, I'm going to ask you to read the poem again because it's not easy to hear a poem for the first time, especially something As carefully structured as this. So here again is Jack Skelly reading the beach Boys villain L. Driving off a dock of darkened memories. Father with one eye and a son with one ear. He plunged into the drink and never surfaced. It was nearly dentists, not Sharon Tate, who Charlie got first. He threw me in the deep end, cried Christine McVie. Diving off a dock of darkens memories. Daddy dear never had a hit, so he hit his sons. The bad vibes flow from Blue Jay Way to Marina del Rey. He plunged into the drink and never surfaced. £300 of Coke drunk Brian watching Flipper. Dad popped out his glass eye and bared his bloody socket. Diving off a dock of darkens memories. Shattered by acid. Brian poured forth masterpieces of pain. His father smacked his ears till he heard only in mono. He plunged into the drink and never surfaced. Dennis drowned in women more than music, booze or brothers. Heart forever flooded with blood and love obsessions. Diving off a dock of darkened memories. He plunged into the drink and never surfaced. That was Jack Skelly. He Was one of my favorite poets. Of the beyond Baroque group. 40 years ago, Poets kept appearing. And showing up at beyond Baroque, maybe first at the workshop. That was Ed Smith. The first time I met a meager slur who has been an ongoing guest on bookworm. It was in the beyond. Baroque poetry Workshop. She is one of America's great poets. Um Dennis Cooper was a poet, then now is primarily known as a novelist about to publish a new novel shortly. James Crusoe opponent then is primarily a novelist now, and I want to thank you, Jack for being here with us. It's been a thrill to me. Two region, new work and to know there's more of it. You know when you were a young man? You looked like a child. There's a picture of you on the back of your first book. You're at a video game. What do you look? You look like you're 13 or 14. You were 26 at the time. Jack Skelly, along with Ed Smith was one of our two beautiful young men, and it's been a pleasure. To discover that he is still riding. Has published a new book and is about to publish several more. I've been talking with Jack Skelly, author of Dennis Wilson and Charlie Manson. Published by Fred and Barney Press. Thank you, Jack for joining me. Thank you, Michael. It was great. I really enjoyed it. I want to tell my listeners the due to the pandemic. Jack and I have received vaccine shots before our in person.

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"charlie manson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"charlie manson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"W I D. C weekend mash up and Actually, I do have Iran to Sanders. Of course you do. It's a day that is in day. It's actually less about Rhonda Santas and more about his crazy opponent. Who is Democrat Florida Agricultural Commissioner Nikki Freed, who is back crap, and it's really interesting. The reason that I wanted to talk about this really quick as and and Nikki was on some radio show talking about. This race and her opposition to basically everything Rhonda Santa's does. But most recently, as you know, he has come out and said critical race theory is not allowed in Florida schools. And so she was talking about that. And it's interesting because now there's a new way of approaching this whole thing from Democrats. So Democrats are seeing angry parents at school board meetings. They're seeing the national coverage that's starting to take place about the opposition to critical race theory. And so now We heard Terry McAuliffe is that West Virginia, Virginia, Virginia, Virginia coming out? I think yesterday the day before and now Nicki freed also saying this and I've heard it elsewhere that this is just a new boogeyman from Republicans. It's not real. It's not even it's like a made up thing to be worried about conservatives have. They're just blowing this way out of proportion. And that is now what Nikki Frida saying as well well, and so that's the talking point. Right? And you Saw it. It's always ostracized your conspiracy theorists. We're not doing this instead of as elected people saying, Why do you feel this way? What are your concerns? How do we work together to find something that works for everyone? It's Oscars. Do they ostracized people? They paint you as a cook a conspiracy theorist, and you're You don't even exist, right? This doesn't exist. You're crazy. You don't exist, right? Yeah, That's the way they're doing it and so prepare yourselves everybody, because this is going to be the new narrative now that we're hearing it from people who are running for office. This is going to be how they attack not just the people they're running against, but you but we've seen it here, too. It's like that Brown's for school board meeting. We're not teaching critical race theory The school board president gives This speech before the meeting. We're not doing this. Yeah, you are. You're so ashamed of it. You're so ashamed of what you're doing that you've been caught that instead of owning it, like I have way more respected, they said we're doing it because we, the school board believe America's an awful place and your kids need to be indoctrinated with our bull crap. I would have so much more respect for if you do that, but it said you lied. No, We're not doing that. Just it's gross. It is. It's nonsense. So here is what Nikki Free. Said about Governor de Santas and his recent ban on critical race theory, she said, this is another opportunity for the governor to create a race, war and cultural war inside of our state, and then she went on. She called him Charlie Manson. She's insane. This woman is insane. She said. I want everybody to rest assured. First of all critical race theory is the new boogeyman of the Republican Party. It's not something that's taught in the state of Florida, but we need to let our teachers do their jobs. And that's teach this governor and this Board of Education who is again appointed solely by Republican governors, like Rhonda Santas in the previous governor as well. It is not their job to tell our teachers how to sure there's parameters and policies. But this is a time when They've overstepped. Once again. Government is stepping into the job of educating and not the teachers. So you see this all the time, and we've seen this time and time again. From state superintendents in the state of Indiana, where there's Glenda Ritz, who was a total radical leftist or Jennifer McCormick, who was totally pushed by Eric Holcomb at the GOP convention who was also a radical leftist that they think their job is to craft. Education policy. The same thing of teacher It's not. That's not the job of the teacher. And if you don't like it, I'm sorry. Choose another profession The job of the teacher is to is to teach. The curriculum passed by either the mandated by the state state education or the local school board. That is your job now how you do that? There's flexibility with that. That's where being a good teacher comes in. But your job is not to create curriculum that is the job of the elected official. If you don't like it run for public office because that's probably where you're better suited anyway, right? So I don't see her as a huge threat to Governor de Santas. But then again, I don't see anybody as a huge threat to Governor De Santis feel like he's just a winner. All the way around. I'm not worried about it. What a what a creepy vibe. This woman's giving up Hammer and Nigel on the 1940 W one weekend mash. Everybody Get up. It's time to slam Now we got a real jam going down. Welcome to the space J. You're listening to the Hammer and Nigel Show on 93 wi PC highest Jeff Bezos getting canceled, But it's this. I think you're actually going to approve of this one time. Use of Cancel culture nudge. Sh This.

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"charlie manson" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"charlie manson" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Let's go back to the Tsarnaevs. So if they after the Boston bombing were apprehended, and you had a you had bale of a million bucks, and they come up with 100 Grand You'd be comfortable with them being cut. No, because they have ties to a foreign country. I would not Because they would be a flight risk. Okay, So if Charlie Manson were apprehended, you'd be comfortable with him being cut loose, even though they've been murders committed under his direction. Well. Charlie Manson did so. I'd be fine with him being cut move. He can't hurt Nobody reasonable. So if if Lee Harvey Oswald as when he is apprehended On brought in in Dallas. You'd be comfortable at some level of bail for him to be released, even though he's the prime suspect, having shot the president. I think that he wa so I think that he was, um, associate it with the Communists and had some type of connection with with a foreign country as well. Am I correct? Of their allegations. He did. Travel toe Russia. I just listen, you're not disagree, but that's that's all there is to it. Um, I don't want people released who likely committed a crime are showing a willingness to engage in reckless behavior and upon their apple apprehension. Are are Likely to re offend quickly, which just have a fundamental disagreement on that, and I'm not changing my opinion there. Mark Europe. Morning, Michael got a head shaker here for you. If you need another reason to hate commercial aviation, or just going to the airport, I'm going to give you one more here. United Airlines has announced to the employees that they recognize that the CDC has relaxed The, uh fully back today people to stop wearing a face mask indoors and eliminates the need to social distance. However, United Airlines is going to actually refer back to April 30th guidance. From the T s. A that says they're extending the math quarter until September, 13th. Because who doesn't want to take their mask and medical guidance from the mouth breathers at the T s A. So if you're traveling in the near future, and you think you're not gonna have to wear your mask in the airport You're mistaken. You know, mark it Such an interesting thing I have watched. There are so many people Who have been so programmed. I mean, Sheep is too much of a Cos people are cattle. And they are complete followers. These people don't have an independent bone in their bodies. And summer school administrators and some of our business owners and And some of them ER airline administrators, and they cannot bring themselves to say You can take off the mask if you want to. Beak, and I'm gonna tell you why. They are so afraid of being criticized. Have noticed over the last few years. A weak strain that has pervaded a lot of Americans where they have been so beaten down. That they are afraid they have. They have sanded off all the edges that make us unique and interesting. They are afraid of being criticized. Business owners will tell me how I just You know what I have? Everybody's still wearing their mask. Why? You think it's stupid? I know, but if I don't Somebody will complain. If you are living your life Under the premise that you might avoid complaints, and that's what drives you. Can you imagine? That's a vacant VAP. It's sad, empty, hollow life. If, at the end of the day, a win for you is well. Least nobody complained today. You have got to understand there are people who live to complain. It took me not very long to figure out At the RCC. That there are people who showed up. And they didn't know what else to say. Other than pointing out that there wasn't enough toilet paper in one of the 15 stalls in the bathroom. And you go. What do you want me to go? Replace it. Nice figure you want to know? Okay. Well, it's Friday evening at 9 30. I just started like no.

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"charlie manson" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"charlie manson" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"Closer examination. They spot deacon black box of secrets. Harry potter shadow. Affiliate yourself from this podcast point closer examination. They spot deacon backfire bathing inside a hole filled with blood from corpses hanging above the pits. Housi- think rich rich people chad while this is just dark knight rises. Yeah we're some satanic panic. Yes all yeah. Batman spends most of the time in a pit. Yeah starting to all the victims had been hanging that movie even though i was in it all the victims had been hanging upside down with their throats. Slit lack fire keeps smearing the blood all over his naked body while saying that it is his secret to eternal life and also it will help fire date. Hail a lot of people have had that idea of condoms aware. That's all i'm saying. Batman and robin try to sneak away unnoticed but a soft lawyers gives away their location and backfire sends all the underworld allergic the capture. The dark knight. That man robin start running through the sewers with a horde of black fires followers on their trail nightmare fuel just now on the surface. The median reporter's stand amidst the chaos of one of them condemns deacon black buyers a criminal but during the live broadcast. The anchorman is killed in. The season was taken over by black fire who talks to the people of gotham telling them that the criminals have prepared a conspiracy through mainland control the city but that he has the means to cleanse and purge the place while protecting them all his plans very bigly batman and robin keep running and have used all the catch a wall. He's gonna build a wall. Going to be a big batman and robin keep running metropolis batman and robin keep running and have used all the gadgets from robbins utility belt to no avail when they are finally surrounded. By the the royal. Worlders robin decides. It's time to fight the enemy and he challenges the thugs. The fight will batman only watches paralyzed in fear. Robin lands a few powerful blows on the crooks but he is quickly outnumbered and overcome the state of his young partner. Risking his life to save him makes batman come out of his shock and he strikes criminals with relentless violence until they are knocked unconscious so relentless violence as saturday night for batman jokes. I mean he was any worse to be cutting faces off. You know like that that guy that guy's cruising what the end oh wait If black fire wasn't so advanced than being a charlie manson rescue amalgamation. This would be pretty hot. You do you chat you. Do you now worried about the power of ten. I'm starting to say starting to think raise run into cult. Were there any i. I'm just saying i. T shirts may announce the the robes oria. Ken grew burger on drug relentless violence. Yes until they all knocked unconscious. Grateful but shocked robin batman and they continue their way out of the damned place at that moment. The national guard has arranged. They plan to go into the sewers and force. All the underworld irs outside put an end to the reign of chaos. Unfortunately the enforcers are butchered. Once they break into the sewers and the underworld's proceed to attack them on the surface with the stolen weaponry in light of these events. The governor declares gotham city as a disaster area and he recommends that the citizens evacuate the city immediately again. Yes dark knight returns no-man's-land man. They abandoned the city at least once a decade that trash. I don't after this announcement black buyer realizes his dream has come true and he sends all his followers to the surface where they can easily take over the city wants. Most of the people have abandoned their places. When batman and robin gets the surface. They faced the grim reality. They have no choice but to co alfred. The pick them up. Treat the former plan of action scare like when the middle school Skate parties went bad. Like mob pick me up. I thought okay. Kiss shelley today. Going with jared school. Where thing ever as they retake bar to make a phone call. Batman and robin dispose of a couple of under worlders but batman watches the news on the tv and he learnt that half the people of gotham still support black fires actions when alfred finally gets to the place batman and robin kit into the car. But much the elkin robin surprise bat inches wants to stay as far away from gotham as possible as he admits. The city belongs. Deacon black fire. There's nothing they can do about it. Hold up all. Bruce wayne must be ruled with an iron fist shots cielito later connor mckenna into can you imagine if they had just like he'd just abandon the city like yeah you know. We'll sort over st louis or something. Let's go at night wing. Pcp say that eventually the united states government is just like nuke. The gotham or something. Absolutely just a crazy cult leader in some homeless people. Yeah burn it honestly. I could see it. You knew they were getting ready to the johnstown they were they would do exactly exactly are ready for book for yes please lord. Get me out of this nightmare that me and holding a gun a fire better on all right so book. Four combat from november nineteen eighty. Am to. We're getting ready for the big definitely tat says Bruce wayne tried to relocate. Wayne manor to chicago luther. Did it us online oldest again. Smallville prick gonna say it. Wasn't that basically the nolan movies at burn chicago..

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"charlie manson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"charlie manson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Still a big fan of Mr Love Marilyn Mansion. What? No, I'm not a big mouth and Manson fan. I'm not a big shot. You're not a big man. I'm not Barry Manilow with Neil Diamond that, John, but there's nothing here Charlie Manson. Oh, no, no, no. What is this guy is as crazy as reports on so this to me. I feel awful at this 00.4 or five women have come forward and detailed this abuse from Marilyn Manson and okay, the story broke and I'm like, shocker. This guy is not wholesome and pure like we all thought he was clearly I mean, yeah trunk who'd have thunk his face haunted my seventh grade dreams. So recently, police showed up at Maryland Manson's house because they got a report from neighbors. Somebody was screaming inside that they wanted to get out and they couldn't get out. So yeah, that happened. Everybody was fine. But now you know, Marylin Manson is completely canceled completely now. Evan Rachel Wood was 18 when she started dating him. She said that he raped her. He tortured her. Another singer named Phoebe Bridgers came out and said that Maryland actually had her over to his house and showed her a rape room. He actually called it a rape room and at the time She thought that it was just a joke. And now she's like, Oh, wow. It definitely wasn't a joke and no shade here, But I did hear a long time ago that Marilyn Manson got surgery to get a rib removed so he could pleasure himself. God, Yes. Can you believe that? You think you know a guy who thought it was such a thought He was such a freak. But I thought that the dope show singer was such a.

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"charlie manson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"charlie manson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Diamonds screech dead 44 years old. We just heard that he was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer by mid January a couple weeks ago. And Yeah, that was a quick one. That was a quick one. He was 11 and in fifth grade when he beat out 5000 other hopefuls in 1988 tow landed the role of screech powers. Mm hmm. That is just the age of 44. White House senior adviser. Former White House senior adviser Jared Kushner and his deputy, Avi Berkowitz, have been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. For their work on Middle East peace nominated by Alan Dershowitz. He can do so because he's a professor. Somebody on Twitter said that that's like giving Jeffrey Dahmer a Michelin star. People like lit up the Internet over the weekend over the idea that Jared Kushner would get a piece price. When we get to swamp watch and talk about D C stuff. We'll also talk about the president, former president his legal team. All of them left all of them. Five lawyers all left, He announced a couple of new attorneys that will had his legal team in the second impeachment. But I saw a tweet. Also that said Charlie Manson carved a swastika on his forehead and even his lawyers didn't leave. Wow. Anyway, we've talked all kinds, obviously, for the last year and a half ever since Rudy go Bear's name came up saw that name again today. About all of the impacts that cove it is gonna have not just on the health care industry but on the funeral industry well and are ready strapped funeral industry. I mean, there were a handful of years ago It was documented well documented about North Mission Road and bodies piled up and they had bodies on top of each other in the hallways, and it was an overcrowded situation for the system. Caitlin Doughty is a mortician activist. You see her YouTube channel. Ask a mortician, which is Ass invading, considered YouTube's premier peddler of death education, also the owner of a small funeral home here in an alley clarity, funerals, and Caitlin put out a video last week that caught our attention just about what's going on in the funeral industry. Question that I think about all day every day is where is The government. This has been going on for almost a year. This didn't catch you by surprise. What are you guys doing? Huh? Hey, Lynn joins us now for more on what the world of funereal arts is going through right now, Caitlin, how? How bad is it? You know, it's not good. First of all, thank you for having me and my main goal is to have conversations around death. Not be scary. And so I think people were really surprised when I came out with a video that was like this is scary because it's not so much that death itself is scary. It's the lack of help and support. Her funeral homes by the government and by the federal government and the state government. That has me so scared right now, Um, so we're overwhelmed where we're overwhelmed with the dead in Los Angeles County. I mean, I don't know enough about the funeral industry to teach, you know, to speak obviously to it the way you have and can, But it seems like that same theme of the government warned us months ago that winter was going to be bad. But didn't do anything. You know, we didn't prop up Maura ICU beds. We didn't hire back staff in the hospitals that were fired or laid off in April. We didn't set up oxygen generating systems that became a problem at the end of December and into January that some of these same um you know things were warned about but that the government didn't do anything. That's exactly correct. And I think the most frustrating part is there are plans in place. There are plans for if there is a mass fatality incident, which this essentially is and it's spread out, so I think that's part of it is not like there was a plane crash, where hundreds of people died in the same day because it's been spread out over a month. We just don't We're almost like a lobster boiling in a pot like no. Nobody feels the New York ashamed enough to step in and start these plans that are in place and speaking to multiple people. Since I started speaking publicly about this, I'm getting people who say I am an expert in mass fatality in mass death. There are these plans. I've tried to get the government to let me help. Or try to launch these and they're just getting nowhere. So it's not like these plans to help don't exist. They're just not being put into actions. What could they do today? They could. I think the best thing to do would be provide storage and they're doing this. This is what's interesting there helping the coroner's office and they're helping hospitals. But they are not helping the funeral industry in anyway, and the reason that they give for this and I have spoken to people in the with the California governor's office. The reason that they give for this is because Hospitals have a choice or don't have a choice. I should say whether or not people die there, but funeral home's air, private businesses. So we quote unquote have the choice whether or not we take these people, But I would argue We don't have a choice because we have families calling us begging us. Please, can you take my loved one? No one will take them. I can't find anyone. And if I do find someone Who has their own refrigerated storage enough of it. They're cremations cost $4000. Their burials cost $15,000 and we're low income and we don't have that kind of money to pay for it. So this is a real gap. Where the government Yeah, they're stepping in to help some links in the chain. But not in this major final stop for these people who died of covert, which is the burial or cremation. What our family's doing if they're being turned away, or they don't have the money for this. What do they do with the body? It's a struggle. There are bodies that have been left in homes for hours. Potentially days There was a story I heard of a body that was left for three days in a nursing home not picked up. They may have to go to the coroner's office and just wait for who knows how long or they may have to go to these very large funeral homes, which have done that, like private market, step up and get all their own storage thing. But again that puts a low income family on the hook for thousands and thousands of dollars and I don't know how that's gonna play out long term. I don't know if they're gonna have the money. I don't know if they're gonna have to abandon the bodies to the state. Eventually, I think we have. We're in the middle of it right now, and I don't think we even can fathom. Long term consequences of this. Yeah, I mean, the good news. Good covert news. I guess that's come out is that our case? Numbers are down or hospitalizations are down. But we're still you know, near the peak when it comes to the number of deaths. Every day, Not just in L, a county but in the state in the country. What does it look like? We we hear what a and overwhelmed ICU would look like. And there were you know conversations about triaging patients as they came in making very hard decisions about who to save and who not to save and thankfully, we didn't get to that point in many ICUs in Southern California. What does it look like? When the funeral industry is overwhelmed? I mean to Shannon's point, do people just This is weird to say, but take care of it themselves. Well, that's a great I think that everything you said about the what they're doing in hospitals are sort of the same questions we've had to ask ourselves. So, for example, my funeral home is small, incredibly boutique family focused long viewings having the family take care of the dead themselves with us, and it's a quite a lovely thing and all of a sudden We're basically just doing body management. You know, it's become a total bureaucracy. Can we just get these can we get permits to cremate these people and just get them through and we also are at a place where we have to turn people away because there are certain types of deaths. Like if somebody dies right now, At this moment, we may not have enough drivers or people to even go pick them up. So where we have to only do people who are at a corner at a hospital..

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"charlie manson" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:36 min | 2 years ago

"charlie manson" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"But it disappears to be a very important figure in the grand scheme of things on this cosmic wisdom out there has Sixtus figure in time in this age, and it creates a condition that forces moral decisions to be made. I'm not certain if this individual ever becomes aware of what his role is, but as a male, I'm gonna talk to you about the individual. When we employed this term anti Christ the individual now that surfaces most often when the search term is employed as a child. One last year, who one might say is crawled right out of the horror movie. He was a throwaway newborn. He's literally discarded into a dumpster. He was left to die by his mother. Back. He'll come to especially despised the females of our species. Well, he was welcomed into the world by rats, flies, maggots, stench and filth. And then he was retrieved by the system. He has an important role play your lead, many astray, but by their own choice. Do you have any idea where this child I do, but I'm not going to say As the child grows, You know, he has ill have a tremendous amount of self loathing because he's going to find out with the conditions of his birth project, though that self loathing outward toward his fellows. He actually becomes a mirror and sort of a magnetic center for people like himself. Thank you tracks what he is. But, you know, you know are in reality. We all spawned this child. This bad seed as it were, He really becomes a manifestation of the basest instincts and all of us the things and many of us have I'm not only to accept but even idolizing our society and then that will accelerate. He arrived on the scene at the time when spirituality is put to the test on a very grand scale, and that's that's a biblical prophecy, or I can feel that sets the stage and this is important. That's the stage for many people to make these mortal choices. He plays a critical role and bringing closure to the faith of many people, Because there's going to be no middle ground here, you'll force people to make a choice and that's Touchstone in this regard. Men's souls for people, souls. You can feel it coming in. You can feel it. I can feel it. I know it's coming. I know these choices, Thies. These critical junctures and where humanity is going They were well on the way. I just I can feel it. I have no idea if I'm going to make the right of the wrong choice, but I can feel it coming. Well, let's let's review the bidding here. You know you were born. We have Ah, attending gifts and handicaps and conditions. And then are we have a soul. Most of us agree that we do. Many of us do. Yes, Soul grows and then we die and their soul is harvested by some system out there and then it goes to the great beyond. I'll see you there. That's it. That's what happens here. On away from birth to death. Our personal lives and all these person decisions air swept along by some strong currents down here and mother. There's our biology czar Creature Hood that we really can't run away from yet. There's cultural trajectories, human emotions and intellectual choices. And I mean technology and what has been come to be called means now. Also, that sweet says along There's natural trajectories, God physical universe. There's acts of God, whether and disease and earthquakes in those kind of things that we're beginning to see a lot and there are supernatural trajectories. Human souls is immersed in that and angels are there too, If one chooses to believe in angels, and we don't spend a lot of time thinking about this particular stream of things we take them for granted. We don't spend a lot of forever thinking about this sort of thing. Look, people get up the good work. They have a life their families. They have bills to pay. They have things to do the amount of time they can spend in conjecture over this kind of thing is Maybe when they get a vacation every year for about a day or two. You know you You relax a little bit or become or reach the 11th hour of the life whenever that is, and the parents think about those kinds of issues, But these things are invisible souls invisible things. There are supernatural things are invisible, and we can't detect them with microscopes and particle accelerators, but we take them for granted. Except that many of us but we take them for granted. So Among the supernatural trajectories. There's things that are denture detrimental. Many natural psychics, For instance, many people are born with natural abilities. They become paranoid because they don't have the tools like technical remote viewing up until now. I'm not sure whether something that they feel around them that they're sensitive Do is good or bad. It's sad if it's good, and you think it's bad vice versa. Until these things that are out there. They're negative. They're very free to take advantage of us. And the things that are positive can't communicate with us, and we don't know that they're there so we can avail ourselves of any wisdom or anything else, but they have to offer normally. Miracles happen, of course, and that performed by angels If you go back in history of see a lot of them. You don't see very many of these days. But anyway, the TRV task that could dream accused is too exposed. He's cloaked enemies if they're there, and they do appear to be real, and then to talk about the key players. When I was working this a couple of these key players That you can really feel the hatred and the contempt as every one of your President Well Say they'll Lucifer. The idea hit the idea of Lucifer because Lucifer was supposed to be a high angel and indeed that is an entity. But this entity is gone. It's far far away, and it's it's mine is only perceptible by moving back in time as a remote viewer. It's not around anymore. Is that term? Loosely, Really? Satan is something else. Satan is another higher angel. And is it discreet being and it's somewhere and I can't pin down somewhere. But it is not on earth. You're saying Lucifer is far gone? Satan is not far gone, but not precisely here. Is that correct? That's correct, but it's mine. Satan's minus very active and it is active here in communication with what I'll call right now. Subordinates. It's contact Burton. It is not free. To do anything directly to humans were on earth. This is this was a really interesting them, okay and target and it's It's a very glorious Hold crystalline, blinding white light type of being, but it's always accompanied by a feeling at least it was with me. It's comparable the only way I could describe it to being next to a merciless killer. That's been incarcerated. You still feel the threat he even when the killer's constrained and you definitely feel the hatred, but in the case of Satan is far stronger than a human equivalent. I've seen interviews with Charlie Manson and You can feel the pure evil. The hatred,.

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"charlie manson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"charlie manson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Um was he your was your brother that caught you doing, brother? Yes, brother. Comes up and she's She's the willow. You know, the Zillo pads and the proper proper of the just scraping and scraping and the brother who's probably not a cook, right? He's that. Yeah, I wouldn't do that to Mom. Season passed right, it gets worse. Yeah. You got the brush off duty? It gets worse. She stops moms like dumbfounded that this has happened right Cut, too. A year later. Christmas. Hmm. Repeat business. Oh, she did it again. Repeat business. Oh, come on. Did it really just crossed her? Mind it all nowhere in the process of scrubbing that thing down, did it into your head that seems familiar. Austin. All of this is that I'm a good little cleaner and I'm thorough. That's what gets lost in Thies failure, absent minded cleaner really lost. Very absent minded as your brother come down on you that much to where it was such a regular currents that you could easily forget it. It was not a rare thing that he was yelling at you about something that time he the second time he didn't catch me. I brought it in, and I was scrubbing it. And then I put it over, you know? Dry like it was a show My life brought it. Everybody check this out. Mom walked in and said, Make sure that you just rinse that pit e. I was like, Oh, yeah. Here. You have fears that might be the world record. Nobody's done that three times. I'm You might hold. You might hold a Colorado record for that. What I think boy helped educate people because not everyone knows that. Correct. That's that's right. Yeah, Yeah. Charlie Manson, Educator. Alright, we're liable. Check Minori. Next on K. If I am 6.

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"charlie manson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"charlie manson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"All right Time for our weekly conversation with the head coach of the Golden State Warriors, and we should all thank Steve. For stopping us from having an in depth serial killer conversation. So thank you very much, Steve. Appreciate that Sounds all right. That Z. You guys work we are. I didn't know We appreciate that. No, no one needs that. It's 5 40 Friday going into the weekend. They really don't. Although let me ask you this because I did Watch this on Netflix. A couple nights ago, I watched the night stalker. The Richard Ramirez story, which was I mean, look, everything knows who this guy is. So I won't get into the whole story. But the fact that I was down there made it even more real because I remember those those cities and I didn't drive to him a lot. But I knew exactly where they were. And I just remember the feeling of the whole area. Around that time, were you? You may have been. You may have been in Arizona already. I'm not positive. Were you there at all? E. Don't even remember that. Where? Where was that? You remember the night Soccer Richard mirrors. No. Grow. Netflix richer Marissa Day David was, Yeah, we we do. We need to get mean You don't need to be like in depth, knowledge and all your serial killers. But Richard marriage, you've got to know that one. All right. I'll look that up In the meantime, I'll tell you a quick Charles Barkley story that thank God. It was like they were going to say Manson. Go ahead. Yeah, well, not Charlie Manson. Thank you. When I was working at when I was working at TNT years ago, it was early in my time there, so I had just retired. Maybe a couple of years prior to that, and I did the I did a pregame hit from whatever arena was at and where he'd had just been traded to the Pistons and So I had to do the hit with studio show with Ernie and Kenny and Charles. And so they asked me. They should know you played with Rasheed Wallace and in Portland, See, what do you think there is? She You know, he was very controversial player at the time. People question his attitude, the whole deal and I said, Well, you know what I played with him for a year. He was actually a really good guy like I really enjoyed being around him, Charles without skipping a beat, he goes. You know, that's kind of like when they interviewed the neighbor after they find the serial killer.

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"charlie manson" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"charlie manson" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"My number our number again. 844305 78. 100. It's going to be a busy few days. We've got the Georgia election today. We've got The counting of the electoral College votes in Washington, D C Tomorrow. I expect that to go on for a couple of days, it's gonna be a big, big week lot. To talk about. Let's quickly go to Tom on line one a time, my friend. Take it away. Hi, Joe. You know you're talking about how the president lot. Royce Keyes continued right his whole life in line a year into the election. He lies every day, multiple times. And you're talking about the supporters that buy into this and It's a great number. Um Now these people They can't all be stupid, and I'll give you an analogy. That's kind of snarky, But you think about some of the great con artists in our time. Be it a Jim Jones or David correct. And how he took ostensibly normal, decent people in broad under spell. Now, I'm not talking about murder in the president's case, but He brought normal, decent people under a spell and compel them to do things with under any other reality that would never do it. So you know that we've got the president's political supporters. That many of them know full. Well, he's lying to them. So you know we're not looking at a murderous situation, but we're looking at a situation where deputy of losing our Read a Democratic Republican like that's my snarky analogy is thine. Imagine Infinity, the aforementioned He had the power off Twitter. You know, you look at a guy like Get it started with Charlie Manson and what he told his followers to do you know if they have the power, not saying it's a bad analogy. It's not keep it. You get my point. Do you think Tom? Do you think That most of his supporters No, he's lying to them. Or do they believe almost all of his life like this lie this morning, Tom when Trump says that Mike Pence has the power Basically pick the next president. Do you believe most of Trump's supporters believe that? Or do they know that's a lie? You know, I would suggest how many people are experts on the Constitution and how things play out Contest elections. We've had norms. We had respectable leaders of both parties in different ideologies. They played by those rules. We have a guy down that has refused to play by that. And what terrifies me is so many of the supporters whether they think he lies sometimes or whether they're in full boat. Was probably arranged in there, but whatever that ranges, it's tough. Fight me. It's terrified me from day one. Whether these your friends and loved ones among people in the public sphere. I met a guy last night. Nice enough guy, and he says he's ready to go to Washington. And I just met him yesterday and I met him. I would acquaintance. You know he's carrying a side arm and all that again. He was spending it all that to me, but There's 20 people out there. All it takes is one spark that prairie fire going so out of this the answer to the question. What did he believe it or not? It doesn't matter. Tommy. Thanks. Thank you, buddy. Appreciate the call. Thank you for checking in, Um I, uh And I don't agree, Tom. I don't know what the percentage is. I know that right? It's true. Donald Trump has been a liar, asshole life. We know that. Um and I think it's also true that Donald Trump has zero respect. For his supporters. Um It makes sense you you can't have respect for people that you so easily lie too. Day after day after day. You just can't respect people. Do you like to all the time? You know, I know that.

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"charlie manson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"charlie manson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The one who the other Christian you actually about your favorite case you pull out of your pocket. Well, there are cases that are not well known that her fast in cases I just talked about when, here locally, probably onto a medical student on his way home from a midway Midwest Medical School for Christmas or holiday. And they found them outside of the motel room. On what area? They called it a suicide. I showed it was a homicide and that was turned around another famous case on the West Coast. Uh, They have some publicity, Rebecca saying out of 33, year old Beautiful Asian woman living in the struggles mansion as it was called for a multi millionaire pharmaceutical boyfriend. The shack agree. She was found hanging over the parapet of the balcony of a major, um, from the bedroom there in the mansion. Our hands were tied tightly behind her back. Calves were tied so tightly that they were actually bruised. There's a rope around her neck and shirtsleeves stuffed into her mouth. And there never seen the case of a woman committing suicide there naked, whether it's by drugs or hanging or shooting or stabbing government oxide. Um, they don't do it naked. But in any event, the local authorities refused to pressure on that. And finally, the family. Followed in action. The civil action Wrongful death like happened with O. J. Simpson wrongful death naming Shack Meas, brother of the The boyfriend's brother, Mississippi tugboat operator who would come there because of some damage, some tragedy that occurred two shot Reza Son and, uh, the jury. I testified for the place event and this wrongful death action against the medical examiner. They've been brought in another top level. Friends of pathologists for the defense. The jury was out for a few hours and came in with the verdict of $5.2 million. I was thrilled to death on that. Wow. Jordan Long Island taking away, Joseph? Yeah, I have two questions separate and unrelated off first about JFK. Uh, supposedly the CIA wanted an actual war with Cuba. And that was one of the reasons Hey, was Eliminated, but that never happened s O. They got if they got rid of him for that reason, then why didn't they? You know subsequently of the war. And then there was a lot of clean up after the assassination, like 50, people that were witnesses of various sorts were Eliminated. You know, that seems to be a coordinated after your your question that is just see any peripheral role for Hoover. On was Gerald Ford and honest dude. Well, lycan, like we said earlier, Joe, you know his is the determined how not Who, and with Well, Well, go ahead, sir. That Yeah. In this case, I think it's important to discuss who is no question about the about the how and when and where I believe. There. I've said before. I think they were a small group of CIA military type people. Cuba was one issue of the warming of the Cold War with Russia was another issue. They blame Kennedy for the failure of the Bay of Pigs, didn't they? Several? Yeah, right. And he was angry as hell at his session with Senator Mike Max will be fucked up piece of paper. Whatever was tore it up in the multiple pieces through in the air. And he said, and this is documented. This is what I intend to do to the CIA. I'm in the CIA was an independent, totally totally. I'm controlled operation. Whatever they saw around the world that was anathema to America's best interests. They simply got rid of people. Allende in Chile carbons Arbenz in Guatemala, the younger brothers in Vietnam, most of that can be run. They were out of control. And there's no question in my mind that today decided that they weren't going to just sit back and let the company's run the show for 13 years. That's a lifetime in the social political development of the country. There's Robert and Fairfield, California. He has a JonBenet Ramsey. Questions will bring Charlie and two for this. Go ahead, Robert. Yes to questions girl quickly. There were no footprints in the snow and the bunny case. So they have to be a family member. What's your take on that? And I have a second question. All right. We'll put you on hold for the this one. Charlie. What do you think of that one? He's right. There were no footprints around the building. There was a light snow that morning and I checked. You know all of the areas where of a new Turner would have had to get in. And if he had someone had gotten into the house from the outside, there definitely would have been footprints. That could absolutely absolutely All right. Thank you. And Robert, What's your second question? Am. Am I on? Yes. Yes, I had the ever Googled Stephen King Shit. Okay. That was just a mishap. Call my friends. So let's move on. Let's go to Wayne in Chicago. Wayne, Go ahead. Hey, Happy New Year to everybody. George, How are you? Sure. Hello? Yeah, Go ahead. Waiting. Thank you Have a question. Um, was Marilyn Monroe Monroe tested to determine that she was pregnant when she died. Also I have another question after that was she was not pregnant. She's not saying, OK. What about Whitney Houston? Um, did they find any bruises on her body when she passed away and also her? Her daughter, Bobbi Kristina. The defining the bruise on her body when she died. The same is that Where's your mother? I don't believe there were any significant bruises. It might have been a little confusion here there, but there were no significant bruises. Nothing at all to have explained that from any kind Brunt force penetrating a perforating trauma? No, she did not die from any kinds of injuries. And there's no basis for to have slipped accidentally in a bathtub in drum, you know, you know you don't do that, and she was not under the influence of drugs. To that extent that could have happened. Cheryl was Noguchi that medical examiner during the Manson murders as well. Yes, And I was consulted by Tom in those cases to Charlie Manson on the cases of Sharon Tate and LaBianca. Yes, Tom has of those cases. Tom was indeed a corner to the stars. Very excellent forensic pathologist. And, uh, it's Tom did all of those cases. I also was consulted by him in the Patty Hearst Symbionese Liberation Army came in. And, uh yeah. What would you have asked Charlie Manson if you had a chance to talk to him before he died. Uh.

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Culture Cults Week

Feedback with EarBuds

03:22 min | 2 years ago

Culture Cults Week

"This week's theme comes to us from Sean Abraham Preston and is called culture colts. Here's why Sean chose this theme. He writes. Hi. I'm Sean Abraham Preston and the theme I chose is culture. Cults Chose the theme because I'm fascinated with Howard devotion to new cultural ideals can cross over into spirituality in the worship of other people oftentimes with dark consequences. Were especially vulnerable to this when we're searching for meaning in Tumultuous Times of change. Like twenty twenty, for example. Here, are the episodes chosen by Sean for this week's theme along with short descriptions of each episode. The first one comes to us from the podcast strangers and is called the sun the Goddess Leopoldo. It's forty six minutes long. Here's the description. Born in a coven of lesbian witches in a Haight Ashbury commune after the fall of Saigon Young Joshua Safran soon hit the open road with his single mother and things only got stranger from there. A. Word of warning this story contained some disturbing moments. The next episode comes to us from. You must remember this is called Charles Manson's Hollywood part three, the beach boys, Dennis Wilson and Charles Manson Songwriter. It's forty seven minutes long. Here's the description. In this episode, we'll talk about Charlie Manson's arrival in Los Angeles. We'll discuss Dennis Wilson's life and the role he played in enabling Manson's rock and roll delusions, and we'll explain how the beach boys came to record a song written by Charles Manson. The next episode comes to us from friends of the friend called the beautiful cripple part one. It's forty nine minutes long. Marilyn Manson fan and a Silicon Valley's tech, Colt Cross paths in an adventure that ends in supernatural sex and murder. The next episode comes to us from Decoder Ring and is called the basement affair. It's forty three minutes long. Here's the description. What are the real reasons people go on reality? TV. This episode follows the story of an Hirsch and Kathy Nardone two women cast on VH1's Frank. The entertainer in a basement affair a show about an adult man looking for love while living in his parent's basement. How did one performance artists and one accidental performance artists make it onto the show and how did they behave once they made it their. Their story highlights the ways that reality television distorts narratives, obscures intentions, and stereotypes women, yet it's still irresistible to audiences and performers like. The last episode of the week comes to us from invisible era and is called the end of empathy. It's fifty two minutes long. Here's the description. In. Is a show that runs on empathy we believe in it, but are we right? In this episode, we'll let you decide. We tell you the same story twice in order to examine the questions who deserves our empathy and is there a wrong way to empathize? Those are the episodes chosen by Sean for this week's theme Culture Colts.

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Jail nurse accused of poisoning husband reportedly wanted to marry inmate

Brian Kilmeade

03:42 min | 4 years ago

Jail nurse accused of poisoning husband reportedly wanted to marry inmate

"Her name is Anne Marie. She's forty. She lives in Iberia, Missouri and she's accused of fatally poisoning her husband. So that she can marry an inmate. It's a love story. It's a love story. My friend. Missouri woman she used poison to kill her husband. So that she could marry a man doing life behind bars for murder. Yeah. Yeah. We're really looking forward to the conjugal visits. I guess I guess police say that Amy Murray she's forty from Iberia poisoned. Her husband with antifreeze placed his body on a bed and set it on fire. According to FOX five Atlanta after starting to fire last December Murray, then went to McDonald's with the relevent year old son and dogs. To the new station there. That's an actual natural next step right there. And once you set your husband on fire, you go get a burger try and take the whole family and the pets. I'll get the mic Griddle, exactly. Dads on the grill. Let's get amid Griddle. Yeah. Now, the court documents showed that at the time Murray was having an affair with the prisoner at the Jefferson County corrections center, you mean, the married man had no idea. Well, and his wife was going to jail to hook up with an inmate. She how do you hide that she worked there is a nurse? And that's where the affair started. And and she just could not get this guy out of her mind. Apparently, you know, once you've met someone like that. Now, you're never going to get rid of it. Now, according to the documents in recorded phone conversations Murray told the inmate Eugene Klay pool. She didn't want him want want to be married and her husband her husband anymore, and she could marry play pool because her husband was dead. Yes. And out of the picture. Yes. She Shaw she had no idea that that those conversations were recorded. Really? She's a she's a smart cookie. Now Clayton has been locked up for eighteen years in a deadly stabbing of a seventy two year old man who won one point seven million dollars in a lottery game he was arrested in December of two thousand the pair also talked about getting an attorney to spring clay poll from prison early. She was already working on escape plan for this guy. Hurry, how bear better lawyer. And then let's them we can hook up. Well, bottom line is. She saw good thing. And she wanted a better life, and she knew that better. Life was going to be with the guy who was behind bars. And and she just knew that this was where she needed to be. She was a woman who knows what she wants and was willing to take matters into your own hands. Exactly, exactly. I think she's got a really good head on her shoulders. And we're sure all the luck in the world uh she's going to be in prison now. Yes, she is where murder way to go. I mean, maybe she'll get a life sentence as well. Amazing. But it's amazing to me also. Oh that a lot of these affairs. Lot of these relationships with start after these people are already behind bars. It's just incredible how because people are lonely. Yeah. They start becoming pen pals with inmates who are alone as well. Yeah. And if you're a lonely woman on the outside, and you get a few nice letters somebody saying nice things in paper. You might fall in love. I mean, come on Charlie Manson had a girlfriend if you're dumb enough. Yeah. Charlie Manson had a girlfriend out there who was attracted to what he had going. And that's just weird. And crazy. It is. It's mental something, obviously, there's something there that they're tracking to that that is their norm. But I could fix him Mamiit's. He's he's serving a life sentence. I can change, but I can fix him. I I can man he's never getting out, but I can fix him.

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