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"dean carnasciali" Discussed on Mythology

Mythology

06:07 min | 9 months ago

"dean carnasciali" Discussed on Mythology

"Coming up the search begins. Hey listeners I wanna take a quick moment to introduce you to the newest parkhouse original on the block. It's called incredible feats and it's a short weekday show hosted by comedian Dan comments every Weekday Dan shares a true account of physical strength, mental focus or genuine bizarre behavior going behind the scenes and into the achievements of world class athletes like Dean, Carnasciali's who once ran for nearly eighty one hours without stopping and performance artists like lucky diamond rich who boasts layers of tattoos. Places and even everyday people thrown into extraordinary circumstances like Giuliana Koepka who was forced to survive alone in a rainforest for eleven days. Incredible feats is offbeat entertainment that sometimes weird sometimes wonderful and always surprising new episodes air daily. Monday. Through Friday search incredible feats and follow free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. In, a world where CATNIP is plentiful and every room has the scratching post something spooky is lurking. Premiering October sixteenth temptations. Productions presents the stuff of capt nightmares. I ever horror movie for cats scaredy cat. The next time you hear those glasses falling off the counter and picture frame sliding off the shelves you may want to think twice is that your cat? Or something far more sinister scaredy cats and movies. So hair raising that you're furry feline will race under the bed to hide before being lured out by the temptation to keep watching this halloween don't trick them treat them. Stray cat magazine gives scaredy cat five pause and wall weekly called it. The cat's meow. scaredy cat will be available on Amazon Fire TV and rope you. So head to YouTube dot com slash temptations brands to watch the trailer now. Now back to the story. Since the dawn of civilization, the growth and success of any group have been tied to its agriculture. Once human beings learned to cultivate crops. Instead of going meal to meal, we began to develop beyond the basic needs of survival. The Iroquois confederacy was a thriving agricultural community by the time European outsiders arrived in North America yet despite their vast success much of their agriculture was built on a system of three complementary crops. Each of these was from a different crop family. So a single pest or disease could not irreparably damage their harvest. These plants were known collectively by the Name Day, oh Hakko or the three sisters. Can Walk, reawakened the panic face of her older sister. Arandas golden hair was a wild mane and her hands were shaking uncontrollably can walk we up we have to find her. What's going on? She can't have gone far. She can barely walk. ooh What are you talking about? It's taller. She banished in the middle of the night and I don't know where she went can walker. He was on her feet in a moment suddenly filled with energy she. Earned for a chance to explore the world and see sights beyond their modest of land but she couldn't believe that their youngest sister had run away on her own. Just. Outside the entrance to their tent, they found a stick lying on the Earth a chill ran up on wonkery spine. This was the stick that taller used to support herself while playing in the field since she wasn't strong enough to walk on her own strange rounded footprints lead off toward the tree line. The two sisters looked at each other without a single word spoken. They knew they had the same suspicion that the boy they saw yesterday had taken their sister. Before either of them could speak aloud a clap of thunder rolled through the sky. Can Walk is widened as terror across the face of her elder sister. The air was thick with moisture, the kind of atmosphere that preceded a rainstorm. The clouds closed above them as they sprint it after the footprints, the dirt grew slick beneath their feet can walker he slipped and plummeted toward the muddy ground. She put her hands out in front of her and landed wrist deep in the mock. But time she fought her way to her feet rain was pouring all around her and her elder sister had vanished into the trees after the rapidly disappearing footprints. Khun wonkery stared after Arinda not sure whether to follow or not. She'd runaway countless times but she had never gone far. Her love of her sisters had always stopped her she didn't WanNa, lose herself in the woods but couldn't in good conscience abandoned the search she was saved from this horrible dilemma when a Rienda emerged from the trees soaking wet, but somehow still standing tall. The trail washed away. I don't know where they've gone. We can barely see pastor noses in this weather. Let's get out of the rain and start again when it's dry, they'll be miles away by then if she's even still alive, don't say such a thing why not that may have been a boy. We saw the other day but we're there are boys there are men men who kill us without a second thought. You.

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"dean carnasciali" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

06:46 min | 9 months ago

"dean carnasciali" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Duke Wenceslas marched steadily through the dense forests of Bohemia with his royal guards. He smiled as he passed a tranquil grove full of trees that were just beginning to take on brilliant hues of red yellow and orange. The outdoors were one of the only places where the duke could relax. Though, just twenty eight years old he already looked middle aged his hands were rough and cracked, and he had deep grooves etched into his face from the stress. Of rule his wasn't a life he would have chosen, but it was his. Duty the responsibility of governing tens of thousands of people was thrust upon him at a young age. At fourteen years old his father brought his loss died the loss devastated Wenceslas who wasn't ready to take over as Duke. Thankfully, he was still giving a semblance of childhood and more time to learn about his duties as he needed to wait until he was seventeen to officially take power in the meantime, his grandmother Ludmila took control of the government and Wenceslao sizes education. She insisted her grandson filled with Christian values something his mother Meera. Pagan background wasn't fond of dreux MIRA worried that Ludmilla was pushing her out of her son's life because of this, the families relations were often contentious the first year after brought his losses deaf Wenceslas often cited with his kind grandmother in debates. Younger brother, Bolles loss, the adored their mother. Ludmila devoted herself to her grandson teaching him how to be a fair and just ruler the more time Wenceslas spent with her the more. He felt his mother only looked out for herself. On September Fifteenth Nine, twenty, one assassin snuck into lewd mulas room silently stalking the old woman as she prepared for bed they watched as she brought her frail hands to her head to take off her veil as she fiddled with the delicate wrapping. One of the assailants grabbed her from behind they seized her veil and strangled Ludmila until the life left her is everything went according to the plans laid out by Wenceslas is mother the next day she gained control of the Duchy Wenceslas his heart broke. He lost two of the most important people in his life in a single year as he grew older, he heard whispers about his mother's involvement. In Lewd meals death he kept the information to himself. But when he assumed control of Bohemia at seventeen, he led his true feelings be known he banished his mother for her crimes. Wenceslas. His intentions were pure but it caused an irreparable rift in his family his younger brother Bolles loss was devastated. So nine, thirty five as Wenceslas and his men tracked towards the town of Stara Boulez Lawf-. He may have thought about his brother the truth was he envied Bolles loss who enjoyed the perks of royal life without bearing the responsibilities of rule it was a carefree existence that Wenceslas got a brief taste of as a boy. While bullets loss frolicked he taken power during a chaotic time invaders streamed into the region from the east violently attacking villagers. Wenceslas had the best of intentions he had brought Christianity to his people hoping that with God on their side, the land would thrive but so far it had only fallen further into ruin. Dealing with so much political strife Wenceslas was thankful that his brother had invited him to a feast. As he and his men made their way to the placid town. A smattering of cheers met them in the streets. There was enough to put a smile on their faces. The small group then hurried through the doors of a large church where the feast was to be held. Suddenly. Out of the corner of his eye wenceslas saw flash of movement. He pivoted to his right and saw an armor clad man running straight towards him. He watched dumbfounded as his guards stepped back. He had no choice but to brace for the attack. But before the assailant reached him, Wenceslas was struck from the rear as he fell to the ground. He noticed two other armed men each equipped with a sword behind him. He got up on one knee and prepared to defend himself. But the odds weren't good bloody and bruised. He knew his death was certain. However, he didn't fully put the pieces together until he saw bola loss step out of the church carrying a lass. Bola loss. Nodded to the attackers and smiled while they held wenceslas down. Then he charged forward Wenceslas closed his eyes as his younger brothers lands ripped through his body. Up, next will explore the fate of bullets, loss and Bohemia. Hey listeners, I wanna take a quick moment to introduce you to the newest parkhouse original on the block. It's called incredible feats and it's a short weekday show hosted by comedian Dan comments. Every Weekday Dan shares a true account of physical strength mental focus or genuine bizarre behavior going behind the scenes and into the achievements of world class athletes like Dean Carnasciali's who once ran for nearly eighty one hours without. Stopping and performance artists like lucky diamond rich who boasts of tattoos in the most unlikely places and even everyday people thrown into extraordinary circumstances like Juliana Koepka who was forced to survive alone in a rainforest for eleven days. Incredible feats is offbeat entertainment that sometimes weird sometimes wonderful and always surprising new episodes aired daily Monday through Friday search incredible.

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"dean carnasciali" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

07:54 min | 9 months ago

"dean carnasciali" Discussed on Female Criminals

"Agreed. But Yolanda 's attitude changed the second. She saw Selena the nineteen year old singer lit up the stage and thirty year old Yolanda found herself mesmerized Maria Celeste data author of Selena's secret. Suggest that at this moment Yolanda had found something to be happy about perhaps she was tired of focusing on her own mundane existence instead, she would fixate on Selena. Beautiful talented sensational selena Yolanda simply couldn't look away. After the concert Yolanda went into the lobby to buy merchandise only to discover that none was for sale. It seemed like an obvious business opportunity going to waste even if the band didn't want to sell anything themselves, usually a fan club did but as far as she could tell, there was no fan club. As Yolanda still in the lobby and idea came to her if she started a Selena fan club, she'd get to meet the singer and maybe even become a part of Selena's life as it had happened. So often before wants the idea formed in her mind, there was no getting rid of it. Yolanda searched the premises for anyone associated with Selena until she found suzette King Tonia. SELENA's sister Yolanda pounced she pitched the woman, her fan club idea suzette heard her out. But at the end of the day, all businesses regarding Selena had to be approved by the singer's father Abraham keen to Nia junior Suzanne gave her Abraham's number and told her to call him Yolanda later said she called him in times before he agreed to meet with her according to Abraham Yolanda called fifteen times either way she eventually managed to get an audience with the Kenia Family Patriarch to everyone's surprise he liked her normally Abraham only allowed family members within his daughters circle, but there was something about your Landa he trusted. Chris bet is Selena's husband chalked it up to your land does appearance she was utterly nonthreatening. This wasn't some young wannabe trying to ride Selena's coat-tails into her own spotlight. Yolanda seemed to be a genuine fan. Abraham gave Yolanda the green light from that point on she would be. Of? SELENA's Fan Club Yolanda was in Abraham had unknowingly invited his daughter's killer into to his inner circle. Up Next, Yolanda makes herself indispensable to Selena. Hey listeners I, WanNa take a quick moment to introduce you to the newest parkhouse original on the block. It's called incredible feats and it's a short weekday show hosted by comedian Dan comments every Weekday Dan shares a true account of physical strength mental focus or genuine bizarre behavior going behind the scenes and into the achievements of world class athletes like dean. CARNASCIALI's who once ran for nearly eighty one hours without. Stopping and performance artists like lucky diamond rich who boasts layers of tattoos in the most unlikely places and even everyday people thrown into extraordinary circumstances like Giuliana, Koepka who was forced to survive alone and a rainforest for eleven days. Incredible feats is offbeat entertainment that sometimes weird sometimes wonderful and always surprising new episodes aired daily Monday through Friday search incredible feats, and follow free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. This episode of female criminals is brought to you by simply safe simply safe was designed to be easy to use what protecting your whole home twenty, four seven. You can order it online with the click of a button once it arrived and I found the free time to set it up. I was truly surprised at how simple it was to get up and running. I, just had to place sensors, plug it in, and once it connected to the Wifi it was working there was no drilling, no tools no technicians simply safe is ready to protect right out of. The box as a single mom who's main job is related to true crime. I really appreciate the peace of mind that simply safe brings. It's worth its weight in gold simplisafe really thinks of everything for your family. They can help do anything from preventing fires and water damage to package theft there twenty, four, seven, professional monitoring and emergency dispatch starts at only fifty cents a day. So give simplisafe at try had to simplisafe dot com slash criminals and get a free hd camera that simplisafe dot com slash criminals to make sure they know that our show sent you. And now back to the story. In nineteen, ninety, one, thirty year old Yolanda Saldivar was working day and night as a nurse in San Antonio Texas. But after seeing to Hano music star Selena came to Nia perform Yolanda. Found a new purpose. She would be the singers number one fan and with the approval of Selena's father she started the stars official Fan Club, and nineteen. Herself President. Running the fan club was relatively simple. Anyone who signed up received a free newsletter about Selena's tour dates, and if they paid twenty two dollars, new members received select merchandise Yolanda threw herself into the fan club busying herself recruiting new members. She hoped that her hard work would lead to a meeting with Selena herself sure enough six months after starting the fan club your does diligence paid off. In December of Nineteen Ninety one day finally came face to face with Selena. It was a moment of pure bliss for the thirty one year old nurse, and if Selena had seemed perfect up on stage, she was even more dazzling in person Yondo was simply obsessed with her. Selena took to Yolanda as well like the rest of her family Selena trusted her immediately. She even started to ask her to do personal favors like show her under sister around San Antonio. You'll Landau was more than happy to oblige. That time spent in the car laid the foundation for a real camaraderie to grow selena found Yolanda to be a kindred spirit and she adopted her as a sort of confidant a true friend. She would take Yolanda to the mall or the Nail Salon and their relationship deepened with each bonding activity. This was the first time in her life that you're Landa the had a significant female friendship outside of her relatives and it wasn't just with anyone. It was with Selena the world's biggest to Hano Music Star. Yolanda couldn't believe that someone like Selena would give someone like her the time of day the twenty year old singer was beautiful friendly beloved everything Yolanda wasn't at times Yolanda worried surely all of this would end when Selena realized who Yolanda really was. Yolanda was termined to keep that from happening. She.

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"dean carnasciali" Discussed on Tales

Tales

02:25 min | 9 months ago

"dean carnasciali" Discussed on Tales

"Hey listeners, I wanna take a quick moment to introduce you to the newest parkhouse original on the block. It's called incredible feats and it's a short weekday show hosted by comedian Dan Cummins every weekday Dan shares a true account of physical strength mental focus or genuine bizarre behavior going behind the scenes and into the achievements of World Class Act. Like Dean Carnasciali's who once ran for nearly eighty one hours without stopping and performance artists like lucky diamond rich who boasts Tattoos in the most unlikely places and even everyday people thrown into extraordinary circumstances like Juliana Koepka who was forced to survive alone rainforest for eleven days incredible feats is offbeat entertainment that sometimes weird sometimes wonderful and always surprising new episodes air daily Monday through Friday search incredible feats and follow free on spotify or wherever you get your podcast. This episode of tales is brought to you by simply safe.

"dean carnasciali" Discussed on Mythology

Mythology

08:04 min | 9 months ago

"dean carnasciali" Discussed on Mythology

"If she has eaten the fruit that grows there, she will be trapped forever. And this quest will only bring you more pay. Be, convenient any more pain than I am now Oh my child I fear you'll live to regret that statement. If you live at all. Ease inaugural returned to the world below and conjured a rickety boat. He sailed out past the islands that he and easy Nami had created the chaos that erupted after Kaguta. Cheese death had spread across every one of them. But ease inaugura kept his gaze fixed straight ahead. All of this would be made right once eason army was at his side. He followed a current of foul seafoam and rotten seaweed out into open water farther than anyone had been before soon he felt the ocean slope downwards. Ease inaugur realized he was heading toward a massive turbulent world pool. The water was Brown and reeked of sulfur and the wind shrieked a warning to stay away. This was the entrance to Yo me and it was about to swallow him whole as his boat spun faster and faster around the edge of the whirlpools rim ease inaugural looked over the edge though fear gripped his heart tight. He smiled anyway, we'll see you soon. My Love. Then he closed his eyes and held his breath as his boat tumbled into the abyss. Next ease inaugural reunites with a very different, easily Nami in the land of the dead. Hey listeners I wanna take a quick moment to introduce you to the newest podcast original on the block. It's called incredible feats and it's a short weekday show hosted by comedian Dan comments every Weekday Dan shares a true account of physical strength mental focus or genuine bizarre behavior going behind the scenes and into the achievements of world class athletes like Dean Carnasciali's who once ran for nearly eighty one hours without. Stopping and performance artists like lucky diamond rich who boasts layers of tattoos in the most unlikely places and even everyday people thrown into extraordinary circumstances like Giuliana Koepka who was forced to survive alone in a rainforest for eleven days incredible feats is offbeat entertainment that sometimes weird sometimes wonderful and always surprising new episodes air daily Monday through Friday, search incredible feats, and follow free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. What does twenty twenty mean for small businesses you have to do more with less suddenly every single higher is critical, but there are fewer resources to find. The right people indeed is here to help indeed, DOT COM is the number one job site in the world because indeed get the best people I unlike other sides indeed gives you full control an payment flexibility over your hiring you only pay for what you need. You can pause your account at any time and there are no long term contracts. 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The elder God Daru revealed the location of Yomi, the land of the dead and warned that if he's an army aide anything they're easing augie would not be able to bring her back. Ease inaugural race to the ends of the Earth to find the entrance to me while in the land of the dead, his wife Nami awoke to embark on her own strange journey. Ease anomalies is burst open. She knew she was dead and yet she felt alive. The first thing she sends a trickle of water rushing past her face and the first thing she saw was a dark yellow grey sky. She sat up and took in the land of Yomi in all of its dark splendour. While the world above was a small bunch of islands surrounded by an ocean. Yummy was a vast landscape of barren mountains and craggy valleys. The only water was shallow mustard colored river that crisscrossed the terrain, which is an army was currently sitting in and yet there were parts that felt familiar. Easy Nami couldn't believe her eyes when she saw an entire forest materialize on a nearby mountain though the trees were scorched and smoking she knew they were once she had. In the world above she wondered what had happened to them, and suddenly her mind was flooded with memories of her own fiery death. Ease an army couldn't bear to see her creations suffer. So she raised her hands out. In moments, the smoke swirling around them disappeared, the would hardened into stone and the dead branches reached out into the sky. The trees looked nothing like they did in the world above, but they had a new haunting beauty. This transformation excited an army but her joy soured when she saw her outstretched hands, her skin had an odd grey tinge and was dotted with purplish bruises. Ease Nami worried that death had marred her beauty then felt sheepish that mattered to her so much. With trepidation, she turned to look at her reflection in the river's waters. But before she could see, she was distracted by an eerie new sound. Voice called out from a nearby mountain. He's an army stood and saw the mountain was actually a crumbling fortress a faint yellow light glowed from the windows that dotted the fortresses side. Easy Nami couldn't deny it. She was drawn to that place she left to herself. Well. You wanted an adventure and excited easy Nami set off toward the fortress but she stopped when a hunger Pang pierced her belly. She realized she was ravenous. Ease an Omni looked around and saw bunch of Purple Black. Grapes growing on a loan Bush. She grabbed a handful and popped one in her mouth as sweet juice exploded across her tongue easing nami couldn't help but smile they were tasty. Easing Nami set off on her journey to the foreboding fortress completely unaware.

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"dean carnasciali" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

08:25 min | 9 months ago

"dean carnasciali" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Long struggle to escape justice. Hey listeners I wanna take a quick moment to introduce you to the newest park housed original on the block. It's called incredible feats and it's a short weekday show by comedian Dan Cummins every weekday Dan shares a true account of physical strength mental focus or genuine bizarre behavior going behind the scenes and into the achievements of world class athletes like Dean Carnasciali's who once ran for nearly eighty one hours without. Stopping and performance artists like lucky diamond rich who boasts layers of tattoos in the most unlikely places and even everyday people thrown into extraordinary circumstances like Juliana Koepka who was forced to survive alone in a rainforest for eleven days incredible feats is offbeat entertainment that sometimes weird sometimes wonderful and always surprising new episodes air daily Monday through Friday search, incredible feats, and follow free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. This episode is brought to you by a wilderness of error on fx. In nineteen seventy nine army surgeon Jeffrey McDonald was convicted of the murders of his pregnant wife and two young daughters nearly forty years later he maintains his innocence claiming that a group of hippies imitating the Manson family committed the atrocities from the award. Winning producers of the Jinx comes a wilderness of error, a new fx documentary. Since that, we examines one of the most famous cases of the century to answer questions such as were. There mistakes made the investigators were there witnesses overlooked? The media shaped public opinion to help convict an innocent man or to Jeffrey Macdonald actually kill his family. A wilderness avera premiers Friday September twenty fifth on fx streaming next day fx on. Hulu. Now back to the story. On September Twenty Second Nineteen Ninety Eight, Fifty, eight year, old IRA Einhorn was arrested in southern France after abating authorities for seventeen years. But long before he was known for the murder of Holly Maddux, Einhorn was notorious in Philadelphia. During the nineteen sixties and seventies he was a prominent member of the city's counterculture and Anti War movements and frequently known as its head. Hippie. He rubbed elbows with social activist icons like Abbie Hoffman and Jerry. Rubin had friends in the city's wealthiest circles and lectured at the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard while not an expert in any particular subject Ira Einhorn had a gift for captivating audience with speeches on everything from the environment to computer science. IRA was even the master of ceremonies at the first-ever Earth Day event at Fairmount Park. Philadelphia. On April Twenty Second Nineteen seventy he later claimed responsibility for launching the event though this has been widely disputed by organizers he surrounded himself with adoring fans and followers and called himself the Unicorn the English translation of his German last name. Ira Einhorn loved his privileged position as a counterculture guru almost as much as he loved himself but he lost it all on March Twenty Eighth Nineteen seventy-nine that day, a team of Philadelphia police officers raided his dingy apartment looking for evidence related to the disappearance of his thirty year old former girlfriend Holly Maddux. Shortly after their break-up Holly had visited Iras apartment to collect her things. She was never seen again when IRA was questioned he told police that she went to the grocery store to pick up some sprouts and Tofu and had not returned. Eighteen months later Iras downstairs neighbors reported a foul smelling Red Brown liquid seeping through their ceiling the police obtained a warrant and raided Iras of parliament. After breaking open padlocked closet, they found steamer trunk it was filled with what up newspapers, packing peanuts and the partially mummified corpse of Holly Maddux polly skull had been bashed in in several places and her jaw had been shattered. IRA. Had beaten her to death then left her rotting in his closet for eighteen months. Despite the damning evidence IRA is horny maintained his innocence. He insisted that either the CIA or the KGB had killed holly they were trying to keep him from spilling secrets about their research into the paranormal and psychic weaponry. But IRAS attorneys must have convinced him that the conspiracy theories weren't going to impress a jury in Nineteen eighty-one mere days before the trial was set to begin IRA skipped bail and vanished. For the next sixteen years the Philadelphia District Attorney's fugitive extradition chief Richard Di Benedetto hunted the Unicorn. He believed that IRA was living somewhere in Europe and that he was involved with a Swedish woman named on Ika Flow Dean Unfortunately Ana. Carr's family refused to say where their daughter was living and Interpol was hesitant to intervene in nineteen ninety-seven deepen adecco finally caught the Unicorn in a stroke of luck. He got a hold of avocados social security number and tracked her to the town of Shampoo Ben moved on in southern France French police raided her home and found iron horn cheap and naked in her bed. He'd been living in the town for years under the name WHO JEN Mahlon. The Odyssey of IRA in Horn was not over yet French law dictated that a prisoner could not be extradited to countries where they would not receive a fair trial Iras attorneys seized on the fact that he'd been convicted by a Philadelphia court in absentia in nineteen ninety-three, the French did recognize trials where the accused could not defend themselves in person Iro was released from custody again and allowed to return to his home in Champ Ben. mouton though the government maintained a close watch on him and his wife. For the next year Holly Maddux's family and the city of Philadelphia worked to find a compromise with the French. Government that would make Iras. Possible. In Nineteen Ninety Eight, Pennsylvania passed a bill called the Einhorn law which gave Ira the right to request a new trial. IRA was arrested for the third and final time on September? Twenty. Second Nineteen Ninety Eight. But IRAS attorneys still had a few tricks up their sleeves by challenging the Einhorn Law as unconstitutional they managed to prevent his extradition another three years until July twentieth two, thousand one it wasn't until the following October that he was finally convicted of the murder of holly, Mattox and sentenced to life without parole. Today IRA Einhorn is often referenced to illustrate the differences between American and European courts and the legal avenues available to criminals on the run from the law. Ira Lived in Europe for twenty three years after Holly's murder, the majority of which was spent enjoying an idyllic life in southern. France today he is incarcerated at the Laurel Highlands Minimum Security prison in.

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"dean carnasciali" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

08:20 min | 9 months ago

"dean carnasciali" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"In nineteen seventy, nine Dr Jeffrey McDonald was convicted of the murders of his pregnant wife and two daughters. From the award winning producers of the Jinx comes in wilderness of. New fx documentary series that reexamined this case to finally answer. To the media shape public opinion to help convict an innocent man. Or did Jeffrey Macdonald, kill his family. A wilderness of error premiers Friday. September twenty fifth on fx streaming. Next Day fx on. Hulu. Today is Friday September Eighteenth Two thousand twenty on this day in ninety six ce Roman Emperor Domitian was assassinated his successor. NERVA was named that same day leading some to suspect that the new emperor was involved in Domitian bloody demise. Welcome to today in true crime a podcast original due to the graphic nature of today's crimes. Listener discretion is advised extreme caution is advised for listeners under thirteen. Today, we're covering emperor emissions assassination and nervous ascension to the Roman throne. Let's go back to ancient. Rome on September eighteenth ninety, six C E right around noon. It had been an anxious morning for Emperor Domitian according to some accounts. One of his astrologers said he was destined to die today. In fact, his end was supposed to come right about now. He waved over one of his servants and earnestly asked them what time it was. If he could make it past mid day, he would be clear of the astrologers dire prediction. Much to the emperor's relief, the alleged danger had already passed finally able to focus on the tasks at hand Domitian relaxed and started reading over some papers. Justice, he became immersed in the affairs of running the world's largest empire. He was once again distracted this time by a sniveling servant. Stefan us. He wasn't the sharpest Speier in the bunch. For, days stephanus had been wrapped in bandages from some injury or another, but still he had his uses Stefan announced that he possessed a full list of emissions enemies. He had the names of everyone who may have wanted the emperor dead. It was most welcome news although Domitian was popular with the common plebes. Many nobles were less than enamored with him throughout his fifteen year reign he had reduced the venerable Senate to a powerless shell of its former self several years earlier, a group of senators had tried to do something about it but Domitian caught wind of their plans and executed them I. However, it seemed whispers of rebel again were once again floating around the capital. Eager to learn who these traders were. Domitian. Summoned Stephanus to his side. Poured over the list drinking in the names of the men who would soon feel wrath. But. He should have been paying more attention to the man standing next to him. In a Flash Stefanos, pulled out a dagger concealed in his bandages and repeatedly stabbed Domitian in the groin in a desperate bid to defend himself the emperor reached for a knife. He kept hidden in a nearby pillow, but it was gone. Stephanus wasn't the only conspirator dimensions personal valid must have been in on it too and had removed the knife beforehand. As stephanus and emission fought more assailants rushed into the room blow after blow rain down on the defenceless emperor within moments he was dead. News of his demise spread like wildfire throughout the city, the Roman senators who Domitian had sidelined were pleased to hear their nemesis was gone at last and there was a cherry on top of the Sunday Domitian hadn't named an heir. This meant the senators could install someone who would restore their authority, but they had to act before anyone else tried to claim the throne. They didn't need defined someone. Perfect. He just simply had to be good enough. That person turned out to be the approximately sixty year old marcus co chaos nerva. A lifelong politician Nervo was well respected, but not overly ambitious or at least he didn't seem that way. Perhaps the senators believe nervous advanced age would make an easier to control. There were also whispers that he may have had a hand into missions assassination but whatever the ultimate reason for his ascension it preceded at light speed by day's end nerva was the new emperor of Rome, but not everyone was happy to see him take charge. Coming up nervous faces opposition. Hey listeners I want to take a quick moment to introduce you to the newest parkhouse original on the block. It's called incredible feats. Day Show hosted by comedian Dan comments. Every Weekday Dan shares a true account of physical strength, mental focus or genuine bizarre behavior going behind the scenes and into the achievements of world class athletes like, Dean Carnasciali's who once ran for nearly eighty one hours without stopping and performance artists like lucky diamond rich who boasts layers of tattoos in the most unlikely places and even everyday people thrown into extraordinary circumstances like Giuliana Koepka who was forced to survive alone in a rainforest for eleven days incredible feats is offbeat entertainment that sometimes weird sometimes wonderful and always surprising new episodes aired daily Monday through Friday search incredible feats and follow free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. This episode is brought to you by a wilderness of error on fx. In nineteen seventy, nine army surgeon Jeffrey McDonald was convicted of the murders of his pregnant wife and two young daughters nearly forty years. Later, he maintains his innocence claiming that a group hippies imitating the Manson family committed the atrocities from the award. Winning producers of the Jinx comes a wilderness of error and fx documentary series that we examines one of the most famous cases of the century the answer questions such as where their mistakes made by the investigators were there witnesses overlooked to the media shaped public opinion to help convict an innocent man or to Jeffrey Macdonald actually kill his family. A. Wilderness era premiers Friday. September twenty fifth on fx streaming next day affects on Hulu. Now back to the story. On September eighteenth in the year ninety, six C e Roman Emperor Domitian was assassinated that same day the new emperor Nerva took his place although it's not clear exactly who planned emissions murder it seems to have been orchestrated by Roman senators who were angry at him for reducing their power in contrast nerva knew who buttered his bread in the first few months of his reign he allowed to missions, etc enemies to return to Rome and restored some of the Senate's administrative powers. The new emperor proved to be quite popular.

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"dean carnasciali" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

08:24 min | 9 months ago

"dean carnasciali" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"The department was in an uncharacteristic flurry. They just filed an alarming report a twenty year old Iowa State International Student Show Tong was missing. Tensions would have been higher if they'd known what was inside tongs nineteen ninety-seven Beige Toyota Camry on the other side of the state in Iowa City. On the outskirts of town in a nondescript apartment complex, the camera was sitting in a parking lot at first residents of the complex. Didn't give it a second glance just another old car. Then, the camry started to stink Iowa city police got a warrant to search the vehicle and on September twenty sixth, they opened the trunk. Inside bloated and decomposing was show Tong. Now. Investigators really reared into action and slowly they piece together an alarming story about show tongs final days around three weeks earlier. On September third, she was sitting chatting with a friend complaining about her boyfriend Sean Non Lee her friends thought he was an inconsiderate jerk and she had her own gripes with him. None of these complaints were that big a deal for Tong, when Lee Astra to go stay at a hotel for the weekend she agreed and packed up her bags for a September, fifth check in at the Budget Inn and suites motel a bid outside aims. The couple made these trips every once in awhile since tongs roommates weren't the biggest fans of Li and Li lived across the state in Iowa City. But what Tong didn't know was that Lee had overheard her complaints about him one afternoon he'd called her and she'd. Picked up, never realizing that Lee was on the line for thirty long minutes listening to every word. The couple checked into the budget in on September fifth as planned then somewhere between the night of September sixth and the early morning of the seventh they disappeared from their room. No one saw them leave. But the car they had arrived in show tongs Toyota Camry was gone from the parking lot. That was unusual. The young couple instated stated the budget in three times before and every time they'd overstayed their reservation. The hotel manager had to go to their Roulmann them to leave this time they'd run off in the night or at least Lee had. By the time police had pieced together. This much of the narrative Lee was a clear suspect but he wasn't around for questioning. On September eighth, he'd taken a one way flight back to China where both he and show Tong were from the last anyone had apparently heard from Tong was a message to her roommate's sent from lease phone telling them. She'd be visiting friends in Minnesota for a week from their lease number had been disconnected and a week later, Tong hadn't shown up. That was when tongs roommates got in touch with those Minnesota friends and realized she'd never been to see them at all. They started to wonder if Tong had even sent the message saying that's where she was going or if it had been Lee. and. Then suddenly very worried they notified the police. Coming up investigators hone in on Shung. Non Lee. Hey listeners I want to take a quick moment to introduce you to the newest parkhouse original on the block. It's called incredible feats and it's a short weekday show hosted by comedian Dan comments. Every Weekday Dan shares a true account of physical strength mental focus or genuine bizarre behavior going behind the scenes and into the achievements of World Class Act. Like Dean Carnasciali's who once ran for nearly eighty one hours without stopping and performance artists like lucky diamond rich who boasts layers of tattoos in the most unlikely places and even everyday people thrown into extraordinary circumstances like Juliana Koepka who was forced to survive alone in a rainforest for eleven days. Incredible feats is offbeat entertainment that sometimes weird sometimes wonderful and. Surprisingly, new episodes aired daily Monday through Friday search, incredible feats, and follow free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. This episode is brought to you by a wilderness of our on fx. In. Nineteen seventy nine army surgeon Jeffrey McDonald was convicted of the murders of his pregnant wife and two young daughters. Nearly forty years later, he maintains his innocence claiming that a group of hippies imitating the Manson family committed atrocities from the award winning producers of the Jinx comes a wilderness of error, a new fx documentary series that we examines one of the most famous cases of the century. The answer questions such as where their mistakes made by the investigators were there witnesses overlooked to the media shaped public opinion to help convict an innocent man or to Jeffrey Macdonald actually kill his family. A wilderness of error premiers Friday September twenty fifth on fx streaming. Next Day affects on Hulu. Now back to the story. On September seventeenth two, thousand fourteen Chinese national and Iowa State University Student Show Tong was reported missing nine days later on September twenty sixth she was found dead in the trunk of her car and autopsy found that she died of asphyxiation and blunt force trauma and investigators quickly surmised that these injuries were the work of tongs boyfriend Shong Non Lee. He was the last person to have been with Tong. A towel wrapped around tongs head was consistent with the linens of the motel where the couple had stayed together and the apartment complex tongs body was found. Li lived there and the fact that Lee had absconded from the United States less than forty eight hours after Tong was murdered certainly didn't make the boyfriend look any better. For the next eight months, Lee was a fugitive presumably in China. The case garnered attention across the country a picture of the young man accompanied by the Hashtag Find Lee circulated widely on Chinese social media sites like we chat. Perhaps because of this intense scrutiny eventually running from the law became too much and in mid May two, thousand, fifteen Lee turned himself into the police in his hometown of Wind Joe. When he did the Iowa police were ready with their evidence. In March Two Thousand Sixteen to Iowa State Detectives and the case prosecutor from Iowa City traveled to China for lease trial, and perhaps knowing he dug his own grave by going on the run. Lee pled guilty. In a sentencing statement, the court pointed out that tongs family had accepted civil compensation for the crime around three, hundred thousand dollars and said leave voluntarily gave himself up and has strongly expressed remorse. In the end he was handed a life sentence instead of the death penalty. tongs father told reporters he was unhappy with the verdict but then he ended on a note of resignation. What.

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"dean carnasciali" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

06:03 min | 9 months ago

"dean carnasciali" Discussed on Female Criminals

"To Candy Betty asked if she wanted any coffee candy politely declined as she took a seat in the living room betty sat down next to her staring blankly as candy tried to engage her in small talk betty could only give clipped one word answers when candy stood up to get the clothes betty remained seated. She Sat in silence for a few seconds. She was still thinking about being pregnant betty remembered how awful the last pregnancy was for her marriage allen had started acting distant and spending more and more time. With Candy, Candy was popular at Church, outgoing thinner and younger looking than Betty. Betty didn't think anything was happening between them unless. She glared at Candy and ask the question she'd been too afraid to consider until now. Candy are you having an affair with Allen? Candy was stunned. She immediately said no of course not she tried to back away but betty kept staring betty's is narrowed as she said, but you did didn't you? Now. Candy. Was Cornered she reluctantly said yes but it was a long time ago it didn't mean anything now. Betty, told her to wait and rose from her chair stiffly she walked into the utility room out of candies site. Candies mind race as she waited for Betty to return did tell her did she figure it out on her own? She heard Betty's footsteps coming back toward the living room and braced herself would betty scream at her reprimand her for her sins cry she really didn't have time to watch Betty Cry Candy was just starting to slide out of her chair when Betty rounded the corner, it took candy a moment to process that she was holding something a three foot long acts. COMING UP THE CONFLICT BETWEEN CANDIAN BETTY REACHES ITS GRUESOME END Hey listeners I want to take a quick moment to introduce you to the newest parkhouse original on the block it's called incredible feats and it's a short weekday show hosted by comedian Dan comments. Every Weekday Dan shares a true account of physical strength mental focus or genuine bizarre behavior going behind the scenes and into the achievements of world class athletes like, Dean. CARNASCIALI's who once ran for nearly eighty one hours without stopping and performance artists like lucky diamond rich who boasts of tattoos in the most unlikely places and even everyday people thrown into extraordinary circumstances like Giuliana Koepka forced to survive alone in a rainforest for eleven days. Incredible feats is offbeat entertainment that sometimes weird sometimes wonderful and. pricing new episodes aired daily Monday through Friday search incredible feats, and follow free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Sometimes, it can feel impossible to disconnect from the world around you. If you're living with stress or anxiety better, help online counseling can help better. Help has licensed professional counselors who specialized in everything from depression and grief to self esteem anger issues as well as a variety of other matters. Better help is especially convenient. They'll assess your needs and match you with your own licensed therapist. In fact, so many people have been using better help their recruiting additional counselors in all fifty states. If for some reason, you're not happy with your counselor. Better help makes it easy and free to change if needed and anything you share is confidential plus better help is more affordable than traditional offline counseling. If that's not enough, they even offer financial aid. Don't let anything interfere with your happiness or prevent you from achieving your goals. Start living a happier life today as a listener, you'll get ten percent off your first month by visiting better help dot com slash criminals join over one million people taking charge of their mental health. Again, that's better. Help H. E. L. P. Dot. com slash criminals. Now, back to the story. On the morning of June. Thirteenth. Nineteen Eighty Betty Gore confronted Candy Montgomery was she having an affair with her husband Alan? Candy admitted that they had slept together, but it was a long time ago. Betty returned to the living room clutching the handle of an ax her knuckles went white as she looked straight at candy telling her that she couldn't have. It sounded like an order Betty reiterated candy could never see her husband again. Thirty Year Old Candy reassured her the affair was over. There was no reason to be upset. It seemed to be working betty's grip on the axe loosened as if she didn't really know what to do with it. Desperate to escape candy tried to turn the conversation back toward a list as close Betty told candy where to find them then laid the axe against the wall candy stuff the clothes into her purse and tried to fish out her keys when she looked up ready to say a Kurt Goodbye. Betty's face was different. It wasn't full of rage anymore just pain she didn't look intimidating anymore just small and sad. Candy suddenly felt guilty for hurting betty like this..

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"dean carnasciali" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

08:36 min | 9 months ago

"dean carnasciali" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

"Bought the place so they just keep trying to rationalize it. Maybe the previous owners were just really paranoid about break INS and apart from the Weird fortress like security. There's really no apparent reason for the Sherman's to worry for the first couple of weeks. Everything is fine. It's quiet no disturbances but then one afternoon Terry and Gwenn or unloaded some stuff out of a truck when Terry says the Animal in the distance. Gwen thinks that it could be a wolf, but it's three times larger than any wolf they ever seen and it's walking right towards them in this strange sort of weaving pattern. The Sherman's already have some cattle in a pen nearby and Terry notices that most of them are backing away except for one curious calf that its head through the metal bars. But the wolf or whatever this animal is just ignores the cat in walks right up to Terry and Gwenn. It's got this shiny grey hair light blue eyes and it's actually not aggressive at all it so calm that it actually let's Terry Pettit and their son even asked if he can pet it. But then suddenly out of the blue, the creature takes off towards the cattle pen before the Sherman's can react, it has the cavs head in its mouth terry grabs his gun, and he shoots the creature in the torso but the bullet has zero effect two more shots in still nothing the bullet just seems to bounce off of it by the fourth shot it finally backs off and runs away seemingly unharmed. Now, Terry follows this thing tracking its footprints through the mud but after about a mile, the tracks just stop there's nowhere the creature could have gone to know creek no path nothing. It's just gone like evaporated into thin, air. At least it seems like it's gone for a while the Sherman's don't see or hear anything out of the ordinary but a few weeks later, the creature reappears gwen is coming home from work and she's getting out of her car to close the entrance gate and as she is getting back in, she sees a movement out of the corner of her eye about thirty feet away. The creature is slowly approaching the car. It walks right up to the hood and stares at Gwen through the windshield. and standing next to the creature is some kind of large black dog. There's something really off about it like it's head is too big for its body and it just seems. Kind of a natural in a wave, it's almost hard to explain. Gwen, slams down on the gas and swerves off the creatures don't follow her up to the house, but she is so spooked that she actually goes to police. She tells them what she and her family have seen and the officers say that's impossible. There are no wolves in the area and the last time of was seen in the entire state was like nineteen, twenty, nine more. Than Sixty years ago at this point later she is given pictures of different species to see if they can pin down what this thing is that she saw and Gwen identifies it as a dire wolf and I thought this was something that only existed in game of thrones. But this is a real real species. The problem is dire. Wolves have been completely extinct for ten thousand years. So the thinking is maybe she misidentified it I mean dire wolves don't look that unique. It must have been another similar looking species right at least that's what Terry and Gwenn want to think they brush this off as just a weird anomaly like all they wanna do is focus on the ranch, raised their cattle and get on with their lives but the weird occurrences just keep piling up. One day at sunset. Gwen is walking along the ridge when she feels something zoom past her head, it feels so close that she actually ducts. But when she looks up, she sees and hears nothing. Five minutes later, it happens again whatever it was felt like it had to have been pretty big but she doesn't see anything. Meanwhile Gwen and Terry are starting to realize that objects are disappearing from around the house at first is just small stuff like kitchen utensils and pants. They figure you know we're just misplacing things we've just moved in after all. It's hard to remember where things go. But at some point Terry leaves a post hole digger. I'd this is like a giant drill that looks similar to a Jackhammer, and it weighs over seventy pounds. He only leaves it alone for a few minutes to go get a wrench from his truck. But when he comes back, the digger is nowhere in sight he looks everywhere and when he finally finds it, it is hanging from a tree. Terry has no idea how it could have gotten up their heavy objects aren't just whipped up into trees at random, but then he remembers the previous owners warnings about digging. Terry and Gwenn clearly were ignoring those warnings. The Post Hole digger hanging from the tree should have been assigned that they need to listen but of course, they don't. Anytime the Sherman's do anything destructive to the land like. A trunk or moving dirt. They hear these weird machinery like noises and they feel distinct vibrations coming through the ground. But then one night Terry and Gwenn or out for a walk when they hear a distinct sound of metal on metal. And it's coming from above in the sky. At first, they see nothing up there but eventually noticed something weird a bright light sitting on the ground about one hundred yards in front of it. It looks kind of like a headlight maybe on some kind of vehicle at first. So Terry and Gwenn walk towards it but then it just lifts into the air backs away about fifty yards and touches back down. Terry Gwen keep walking but the object does the same thing again and again. then. They hear that metal on metal sound again, this time it's coming from behind that. They whirl around but there's nothing there and when they turned back towards the vehicle, it's gone. By the time winter rolls around Terry is on a mission to figure out what's going on. He spends more time outside after dark looking for anything out of the ordinary. One night, the temperature is nearly thirty below and Terry still goes out there to keep watch eventually he gets too cold and he decides to call it a night. But just as he's walking back to the house, he sees a movement out of the corner of his eye and floating just above the snow. Is A U. F. O.. Coming up the strange sightings on the ranch intensify. Hey listeners, I want to take a quick moment to introduce you to the newest housed original the block. It's called incredible feats, and it's a short weekday show hosted by comedian Dan comments. Every Weekday Dan shares a true account of physical strength mental focus or genuine bizarre behavior going behind the scenes and into the achievements of world class athletes like Dean Carnasciali's who once ran for nearly eighty one hours without. Stopping and performance artists like lucky diamond rich who boasts layers of tattoos in the most unlikely places and even everyday people thrown into extraordinary circumstances like Juliana Koepka who was forced to survive alone in a rainforest for eleven days. Incredible feats is offbeat entertainment that sometimes weird sometimes wonderful and always surprising new episodes air daily Monday through Friday search incredible feats, and follow free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. have been wanting to try something different with your hair.

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"dean carnasciali" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

08:13 min | 9 months ago

"dean carnasciali" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Last. Welcome to today in true crime apart cast original due to the graphic nature of today's crimes. Listener discretion is advised extreme caution is advised for listeners under thirteen. I'm Vanessa Richardson, and today I'm joined by our guest host Dan comments from incredible feats. His show explores unbelievable tales of physical strength, mental focus and genuine bizarre behavior. Dan is here to discuss the investigation into Vicky westerlies death while I'll cover the day of her attack. Thanks for having me Vanessa. Hello everyone. Today, we're diving into one of the horrific murders committed by Dennis rader known for his chilling mantra bind torture kill. Now let's go back to the morning of September sixteenth nineteen eighty six in Wichita Kansas. twenty-eight-year-old Vicki Westerly was playing the piano when she was interrupted by a sudden knock at the door she stood up in stretched before walking to the window. She was home alone with her two year old son Brandon and wasn't expecting any guests when she peeked through the blinds, she saw a telephone repairman standing on her front stoop. She instantly relaxed and hurried to open the door and greet the man. He told Vickie that the phone company was doing repairs in the area and asked if he could come in to make sure her line was working he seemed entirely official. He wore a phone company hat and even carried a briefcase Vicky ushered him inside. The man walked over the telephone I and started to inspect it using some sort of device Vicky didn't recognize to check the wiring while he worked she returned to her piano. But. The moment she turned her back. She felt something cold pressed to the side of her head. She turned around slowly the Repairman glowered at her from behind the barrel of a pistol and ordered her up to her bedroom. Vicky tried to fight back. But unfortunately, she couldn't overpower her attacker the man dragged her down the hall and tied her hands. Vicky, refused to go down easy. She warned the man that her husband would be home. Any moment to eat lunch with her and tried to make as much noise as she could to alert the neighbors. But it wasn't enough in an instant the man took a nylon stocking wrapped around her neck and held her down dicky's body convulsed violently. Then, after a moment she stopped moving. Only, minutes later Vicki's husband bill headed home from work to get lunch. As he neared the house, keep past Vicki's car driving down the road but noticed someone else was behind the wheel. With trepidation bill pulled into his driveway and slowly approached the front door nothing appeared to be out of the ordinary at first except for the fact, that his two year old son Brandon was playing in the middle of the floor all alone. Bill crept through the house until he found Vicky tied up in the bedroom, he rushed to call the paramedics but there was nothing they could do Vicky Wegerle was dead. Authorities initially named bill as their prime suspect Vicky had no known enemies and bill failed not just one but two lie detector tests luckily for him detectives didn't have enough evidence to charge him but that didn't stop residents all over town from blaming him for Vicki's death. His children were taunted and ridiculed at school. They were told their father was a murderer for eighteen long years many believed that bill weatherly had killed his wife. Then in March of two, thousand four, a local reporter received a mysterious letter in the mail that changed everything. The envelope contained a copy of Vicky Westerlies, driver's license, as well as photographs of her tied up body in the bedroom where she was killed. But they didn't look like crime scene photographs after comparing them to those found in Vicki's file. The reporter discovered that her body was in an entirely different position in the new pictures. The EMT's had moved her before the police arrived. The reporter felt a chill run up his spine. The photographs weren't taken by the police they came straight from the killer himself. Coming up Dennis Rader the infamous btk killer is finally caught. Hey listeners to take a quick moment to introduce you to the newest parkhouse original on the block it's called incredible feats and it's a short weekday show hosted by comedian Dan comments every weekday. Dan. Shares a true account of physical strength mental focus or genuine bizarre behavior going behind the scenes and into the achievements of world class athletes like Dean Carnasciali's who once ran for nearly eighty one hours without. Stopping and performance artists like lucky diamond rich who boasts layers of tattoos in the most unlikely places and even everyday people thrown into extraordinary circumstances like Giuliana Koepka who was forced to survive alone in a rainforest for eleven days incredible feats, offbeat entertainment that sometimes weird sometimes wonderful and always surprising new episodes air daily Monday through Friday, search incredible feats, and follow free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Like many of you, I've been spending a lot of time at home. Recently that means I have more time to play my favorite game best fiends while the game is casual, some of the puzzles can be challenging to, which is great because I get to keep my brain engaged if I'm having too much trouble, I can usually rely on one of my kids to help me get to the next level. Sometimes they'll disappear with my phone and when they come back, they finished ten levels it's definitely safe to say. We're a best fiends household there thousands of puzzles to solve and every month the game updates with new levels and events. So it always stays fresh give it a try and see if you can beat my level of three, hundred, thirty one, engage your brain with fun puzzles and collect tons of cute characters. Trust me with over one hundred, million downloads. This five star rated mobile puzzle game is a must play download best fiends free on the apple APP store or Google play. That's friends without the our best scenes. Now back to the story. On September Sixteenth Nineteen Eighty six twenty eight year, old Vicki Wegerle was strangled to death in her Wichita Kansas home for eighteen years. The police believed her husband bill was the killer though they never found enough evidence to charge him with the crime but in March of two, thousand four, a mysterious envelope arrived at the desk of a local reporter which blew the case wide open inside were pictures of Vicky, weatherly on the day of her death photographs that had to have been taken by the murderer. My guest host Dan Cummins is going to take over from here to talk about the final hunt for.

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"dean carnasciali" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

08:45 min | 9 months ago

"dean carnasciali" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Stuck out her thumb and started walking along the side of the road. She, didn't have to wait long before a car pulled up, assigned her a man with large glasses and a thick moustache roll down the window. He looked extraordinarily tall. I co had no idea how he'd crammed into the tiny vehicle but though his stature was intimidating his voice was calm and friendly. After hesitating for just a moment, I go hopped inside the car. She told him. She was going to San Francisco and he agreed to take her the whole way. While, they drove the man started talking he introduced himself as ED and quickly drew I co into a pleasant conversation. He was so friendly that I go almost didn't notice that they'd somehow gotten turned around. They were going north when they should have been headed south. I go mentioned the mistake to Ed and he grew silent as he sat in the driver's seat completely in control I suddenly realized the danger she was in. Tears filled her eyes and she begged Ed not to harm her at this ed reached below his seat pulled out a three, fifty, seven magnum and the gun into her ribs he told her to be quiet. He pulled the car down a side road. Then into a secluded section of the forest as the car stopped, he explained himself he claimed he was suicidal. He had picked I co OP intending to kill her and then kill himself. So he didn't have to die alone but after talking to her she was so nice. He couldn't hurt her he wouldn't hurt her. He just wanted someone to talk to. I Co was stunned the man in front of her was terrifying but he was also clearly sad she knew what that was like. She was happy to let him talk. The two of them sat in the car for some time as the giant man on boated his feelings, the young girl listened with sympathy sometimes even reaching out to pat his back the more he talked the safer she felt, but she felt too safe for for her own good. When ed finished talking he suggested that Aiko let him tie her up and put her in the trunk. He said he would take her home. He just didn't want to get in trouble it would be better if the police couldn't see him driving with a young girl because they would assume she had been kidnapped. I co thought about it for a second then. Read she would let ed tie her up. Ed step out of the car and opened the trunk pulling out the rope and duct tape. He came back to the front and pulled on the door, but it was locked. The keys were in the ignition. The gun was on the front seat Aiko was inside while I was outside for a brief moment, I co was nearly free. But Ed had opened up to her he made her feel safe. So she reached over to the driver's side door and pulled up the lock. Ed. Smiled. Coming up ED pounces. Hey listeners I wanna take a quick moment to introduce you to the newest parkhouse original on the block. It's called incredible feats and it's a short weekday show hosted by Comedian Dan Commons. Every Weekday Dan shares a true account of physical strength mental focus or genuine bizarre behavior going behind the scenes and into the achievements of world class athletes like Dean Carnasciali's who once ran for nearly eighty one hours without stopping and performance artists. Lucky diamond rich who boasts layers of tattoos in the most unlikely places and even everyday people thrown into extraordinary circumstances like. Koepka who was forced to survive alone in a rainforest for eleven days. Incredible feats is offbeat entertainment that sometimes weird sometimes wonderful and always surprising new episodes air daily Monday through Friday search incredible feats, and follow free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Like many of you, I've been spending a lot of time at home recently, that means I have more time to play my favorite game. Best means while the game is casual, some puzzles can be challenging to, which is great because I get to keep my brain engaged if I'm having too much trouble I can usually rely on one of my kids to help me get to the next level sometimes, they'll disappear with my phone and when they come back, they finished ten levels it's definitely safe to say were. Best means household. There are thousands of puzzles to solve and every month the game updates with new levels and events. So it always stays fresh give it a try and see if you can beat my level of three hundred, thirty one, engage your brain with fun puzzles and collect tons of cute characters. Trust me with over one hundred, million downloads. This five star rated mobile puzzle game is a must play download best means free on the apple APP store or Google play. That's friends without the our best fiends. Now back to the story. On September Fourteenth Nineteen seventy-two fifteen-year-old Aiko Koo hit a ride with Ed Kemper the notorious coed killer despite pulling a gun on Aiko and convinced the girl that he had no intention of hurting hurting her he was so convincing I let him back in the car after he accidentally locked himself out ed sat on the car seat relieved. He looked at Aiko for a moment. So young and trusting then he launched. It wasn't much of a fight and was six feet, nine inches tall and weighed over three hundred pounds. I co was a fifteen year old girl with his massive hands. Ed's strangled coast throat until she fell unconscious he then sexually assaulted. and. When she woke up, he strangled her again until she stopped breathing for good when I go was dead Ed placed her body in his trunk. Thrilled with the kill. He drove to one of his favourite bars to celebrate. He checked a second time to make sure she was dead before he went inside. Ed Drank Three Beers taking his time savouring the feeling. then. He went back outside and the trunk once more this time he all gold her corpse as he later put it like a fisherman admiring his catch. Ed drove back to his apartment that night and hauled Aiko's body upstairs there he took pornographic photos had sex with her corpse and spent four hours dismembering her body. He disposed of the mutilated parts by burying them in isolated locations in the Santa Cruz mountains but he left her head in his trunk as a memento even keeping it when he visited his court appointed psychiatrists at his very next appointment. Ed. Convinced his therapist that he was no longer a threat to society. He was an expert manipulator I co-. Coups body was never found. She was Ed Campers fifth victim and she was far from his last. On January seventh nineteen, seventy-three Ed Kemper killed. Year old college student Cindy Schall a month. Later he picked up a twenty three year old woman named Rosalind Thorpe along with her twenty year old friend Alison Lou. He shot both women, and later.

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"dean carnasciali" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

07:29 min | 11 months ago

"dean carnasciali" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Thank you, George a lot of stuff. Going on Major League Baseball continues their opening day for a bunch of different teams. Of course remember saw the news yesterday. The Nets were out the services of Juan. Soto as they lost. The Yankees four one dodgers, one, eight, two, key Hernandez four or five. Five from the play, and so we could have gone a bunch of different ways. We gotTA. Jeff passing on to talk. Major League Baseball. We talked to some someone to talk about Jamal Adams and him just throw in Adam gays underneath the bus saying pretty much trying to forces way out of there, but then we get no earlier this week about the event. That's coming up tomorrow, and it's bike for humanity and Bill Walton. Walton is a part of it, but also Dean Carnasciali's is joining us right now and ultra marathoner, and I'm so intrigued by this because I hate even running to the end of my neighborhood Katie and so I'm reading these accolades that you have dean is you're part of this bike for humanity? You once ran three hundred and fifty miles in eight eighty hours without sleep in two, thousand and five. My question here is. Why. I couldn't sleep, so I decided I'll just rundown run down the block and they just. Kept going. No I want to go. I just had a curiosity like hey, if I walk on my front door and start running. How how far can I make it? and. That's that was benefit the miles. I mean that's just one of I'm reading like eighty different accomplishments. Dean ran for fifty marathons in fifty states in fifty consecutive days. Where did that idea come from? And what was the worst state to run a marathon in? It was a thought I heard about a guy who was part of this. Club, he was saying you know I've run a marathon and every every state I didn't even know where we stayed had a marathon I said. How long did it take you? And he said nine years, and I thought God I'm going to be dead in nine years. I wonder if I. Did you know doing fifty days? So that's that's I were came from it the worst day to run I hate to say. It was show humid in Florida. you know I'm in California. We have heat, but not like what you guys have. It was that humidity is crushing. It no, it is like it's a soup like you're basically just swimming soup, and that's what it is. You guys are apart tomorrow. This bike for humanity. You can go check it out bike for humanity dot com, an initiative created by hall of Famer Bill Walton back in April in yellow, doing your second condition and tell us a little bit about what this is before I ask just a weird questions about getting back into some of the actors you have. Well see a charity bike ride, and you're right. Bill Walton who you know. The guy like I said built. Let's go running. You know he can't run. The got the first guy huge, so you know people have a tougher time running and so, but he's a huge cyclist. So he started this for humanity. I'm writing. This thing called the lift ago. which is a standup bike I, runner I can't sit I can sit down so this. There's a company called the lift ago made a bike. It's basically like an elliptical machine the gym and that's how you ride standing up, so I'm GONNA. Try to ride a what's called the century. One hundred miles on on the elliptic go is my part, and if if you if you participate. Participate in price mandates all virtual, and you can ride a mile. You can write a hundred miles with me, but you know you can do it in in your driveway, or you can head out someplace safe, and and that's what it's all about and Kudos to Bill Walton I. Mean we'RE GONNA raise? I think upwards of a million a million dollars for charity, so he's He continues to be a a big force. You mentioned the word virtual, which obviously we are all learning and are familiar with this point. Change or how did you guys have to adapt this event? When obviously covert? started. I was listening to your broadcast. Prior to you asking that question I'm just thinking. It's crazy what we're I mean everything has changed the way they're you know the baseball is named played without people you know people in the bleachers and the same thing with Byford, man I mean they're typically. You would ride up to like an aid station where there'd be a bunch of volunteers handing food. Food and Gatorade? That sort of thing That's just not happening now, so it's basically You just do it in your neighborhood. You know wherever you live across the world I mean. This is a global event and you know your show yourself supported I'm I ride with which the hydration pack I carry everything. I need my pack and and that's how I get it done. Dink Onassis joining us right now. Ultra marathoner part of these bike for humanity. That's taking place tomorrow for more information. Go to bike for humanity dot, com and we do have a bevy of different questions. We're going to ask. We're GONNA. Go around the Horn here with the laboratory crew. But at at what point did all of a sudden? You're like I'M GONNA. Start running really far in doing these ultra. Eight years old twelve years old. At what time do you think this is? This is my stick. At the loaded question I. I used to love to run when I was a kid, but then I stopped running when I was a teenager. You know I thought renting was boring and and then I was in a in a bar on my thirtieth birthday. doing what everyone does other thirtieth birthday, and and that midnight my buddy said let's have another round of Tequila. To celebrate your thirtieth birthday and I said now I'm GONNA I'M GONNA go. Run, thirty miles to celebrate instead. and. They look they which you're not to run it. You're drunk. And I said say I drunk, but I'm still gonNA. Do it and I literally walked out of the Bar in San Francisco at midnight. took off my pants I. had you know these comfortable so jockey underwear on? And just stumbled off into the night and literally that night I I ran the entire night. It took me about seven and a half hours and ended up in a city called half Moon Bay which is thirty miles away from San. Francisco and and that's After that point I thought okay. I'm going to be run. I quit my job and start running your drunk on Tequila leaving a bar at midnight. You Rip off your pants, you decide. I'm seven and a half hours later. I think I'm GonNa Force gump this. This is fascinating to me. It was all good until the. Kilo war off after about ten or twelve miles know the the numbness of being drunk dissipated and then. Always the pain of running, but it just kept going and and that was. It stopped drinking and started running. I mean what kind of shoes did you have on? The, so they're like gardening shoes. Reebok gardening shoes I I didn't own running stuff. I mean I hadn't run in fifteen years. And you know obviously. There was some chasing where the sun don't shine. There's some blistering going on that night, but I still made it and that was it I said I'm going to start I'm gonNA. I went and bought running shoes after that and started running the. Join US right now ultra marathoner. He's being part of this by for humanity coming up tomorrow. It's funny, because when we do these interviews, everybody occasionally will raise their hand. A have a question. Every single person here on the Lebatardshow has raised their hand like three or four times would follow US Chris Cowdrey. Go ahead. Take it away first question. I'm curious with like you're such a great runner. I'm wondering if you get like normal cramps or you feel pain when you're doing this. What is the worst pain you get on a long run? And if you get cramps, you just power through them. How do you deal with them? Yeah, that's that's funny. I I don't..

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"dean carnasciali" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:57 min | 11 months ago

"dean carnasciali" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Thank you Katie George a lot of stuff. Going on Major League Baseball continues their opening day for a bunch of different teams. Of course remember all the news yesterday. The nats were out the services of Juan Soto as they lost the Yankees. Four one dodgers one, eight, two key Hernandez Four. Four five from the play, and so we could have gone a bunch of different ways. We get ahead. Jeff passing on to Major League Baseball. We've gotta talk some from someone to talk about Jamal. Adams and him just throw an atom. Gays underneath the bus, saying pretty much trying to force his way out of there, but then we get email earlier this week about the event. That's coming up tomorrow and it's bike for humanity and. and Bill Walton is a part of it, but also Dean Carnasciali's is joining us right now and ultra marathoner. I'm so intrigued by all of this because I hate even running to the end of my neighborhood Katie, and so I'm reading these accolades that you have dean is you're part of this bike for humanity? You once ran three hundred and fifty miles in eight eighty hours without sleep in two thousand five. My question here is. Why? I couldn't sleep, so I decided rundown. Run down the block and they just. Kept going. But now I wonder how far to go i. just had a curiosity like hey, if I walk out my front door and start, how far can I make it? And that's that was the benefit the miles. I mean, but that's just one of I'm reading like eighty different accomplishments de rain fifty marathons in fifty states in fifty consecutive days. Where did that idea come from? And what was the worst state to run a marathon? you know it was? It was a thought I heard about a guy who was part of this fifty state club. He was saying you know I've run a marathon at every every state and I I didn't even know where we stayed had marathon and I said how long did it take you? And he said nine years, and I thought God I'm going to be dead nine years. I wonder if I did you know doing today, so that's that's I wear a came from and the worst day to run in I. Hate to say that. It was show humid in Florida. you know I'm free California. We have heat, but not like what you guys have. That humidity is crushing. It no it is. It's a soup like you're basically just swimming and soup, and that's what it is now. You guys are a part tomorrow. This bike for humanity. You can go check it out bike for humanity dot com, an initiative created by hall of Famer, Bill Walton Back in April and Yellow, doing your second condition and tell us a little bit about what this is before I ask just a weird questions about getting back into some of the accolades you have. You know if they charity bike ride and you're started by Bill Walton who you know, the guy like I said. Let's go running and he can't run. First of all the guy is huge, so you know people have a tougher time running and but he's a huge cyclist. So. He started this by humanity. I'm writing the called them the lift ago. which is a standup bike I? You know I'm a runner. I can't sit. I can't sit down so this. There's a company called. The lifting made bike. It's basically like an elliptical machine in the gym. And that's how you riders standing up so I'M GONNA. Try to ride a what's called the century. One hundred miles on on the elliptical is my part, and if you. You if you if you participate in price for humanity, it's all virtual and you can ride a mile. You can write a hundred miles with me, but you know you can do it in your driveway, or you can head out someplace safe and and that's what it's all about and Kudos to Bill Walton I mean we're gonNA raise I think upwards of a million a million dollars for charity, so he's He continues to be a big force. You mentioned the word virtual, which obviously we are all learning and are familiar with at this point. How did your plan change? Or how did you guys have to adapt this event? When obviously covid? started. I mean if I. was listening to your broadcast. Prior to you asking that question I'm just thinking. It's crazy. We'll I mean. Everything has changed the way they're. You know the baseball's the employed without you know people bleachers, and it's the same thing with manning I. Mean they're typically you? Would you ride up to an aid station where there'd be a bunch of volunteers handing food gatorade, and that sort of thing That's just not happening now, so it's basically you just do it in your neighborhood. You know wherever you live across the world I mean this is a global event and Yourself support it. you know I. Ride with that? Which hydration pack I carry, everything I need my pack, and and that's how we get it done. Dean GonNa. Ask is joining us right now. Ultra marathoner part of these bike for humanity. That's taking place tomorrow for more information. Go to bike for humanity dot, com and we do have a bevy different questions we're going to ask. We're going to go around the horn here with crew. But at at what point did all of a sudden? You're like I'm just GONNA to start running really far in doing these ultramar like eight years old twelve years old. At what time did you think this.

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"dean carnasciali" Discussed on Outside Podcast

Outside Podcast

12:42 min | 2 years ago

"dean carnasciali" Discussed on Outside Podcast

"This episode of the podcast is brought to you by Bob's red mill making whole grain, oats, flowers and other natural ingredients at the heart of proper nutrition for athletes today, we're talking about Chia. Now long before children of the eighties and nineties we're raising Chia pets Chia seeds where a staple in the diet, the ancient Mayans and Aztec cultures. And if you're looking for a way to improve your own nutrition should take a good hard, look Chia. The word itself is derived from the Mayan word for strength, an ethic warriors used to rely on these superfoods for energy, endurance. The really great thing about Chia seeds. However is how many nutrients they pack in a so few calories. Calcium iron magnesium and bunch of other micronutrients GS's are also a good source of antioxidants, plus a mega three fatty acids. Omega six fatty acids, and they have five grams of fiber and only about seventy calories per tablespoon, and a tablespoon has a lot of Chia seeds. Of course, all this is worthless. If you don't want to eat them, which is why Bob's red mill has a bunch of recipes on its website Chia puddings Chea smoothies, even Chia Fresca. A summer drink like lemonade. But without all the sugar personally. I just mix a spoonful of them into yogurt. That's an outside podcast original recipe. If you have trouble remembering the details just tweet at me, and they'll send it to you. Find more recipes at Bob's red mill dot com. Hey, everybody. So awhile back. We gave you a survey. And one of the things you told us in that survey was that you want an easy way to keep up with what we're doing the show. And now finally we have an answer the outside dispatch, it's an Email newsletter. That once a month is all about the podcast and other audio projects. It features our newest episodes previews of what's coming up and some peaks behind the scenes, you'll also get updates on other big stories outside his publishing to get it. Go to outside online dot com slash newsletter. And check the box for dispatch that's outside online dot com slash newsletter. From outside magazine and PR X these dispatches stories from writers in the field. If you've ever dreamed of reading books or long for magazine articles, Katie Arnold's life is the stuff of fairytales. She started it outside as an intern worked her way onto a staff job. And then kept moving up all the way up way up keep going to become the managing editor then as can happen with editors she left to focus on writing. And in March published her first book, the memoir running home, Katie always been a runner, but was never too serious about it. But after she turned forty she began racing ultras and did really well. In fact, she started landing sponsors. And in last August, she won the Leadville one hundred and conic event in Colorado that takes runners up to twelve thousand six hundred feet. But remember isn't entirely about running fast? It's also about how running his helped her through the grief of her father's, death and the depression, she faced to the birth of her first daughter and the anxiety. She battled after being attacked on a trail near your home in Santa Fe recently, Katie sat down for a talk with a couple of people who know a lot about the way, endurance, sports can change our lives. Sarah, Bowen shea is the host of the another mother runner podcast. And Yuri Hoswald is an endurance mountain biker and gravel rider the conversation took place in Berkeley, California at the headquarters of GU energy labs two days after the Marin ultra challenge a race that Katy happened to win. But what Sarah inury wanted to hear? I was the crazy story of how Katie came to run her first marathon while writing a profile of ultra marathoner dean Kurnaz, here's Katie I have been a runner my whole life, but just shorter distances and just kind of for fun and on my own like a like a private thing. I would do. But outside magazine in two thousand six. Wanted assigned me to do a story about dean Carnasciali's, and he was doing his fifty marathons in fifty states in fifty days campaign or projects. And so he was coming through Albuquerque. That was his New Mexico. Stop. It was like number twenty six, and you know, my style of writing is to just do what they do and to throw myself into the the world of my subjects. And so I called dean, and I said, you know, I'd really like to run with you and do the interview while we're running, and I'll meet you six miles from the end and deans. No, no, meet me at the start. And it was dean and he had his whole program. Who was I to say, no. So I said sure dean, and we get there, and they weren't all organized marathons, but it was all a marathon distance. So this was during the week, and it wasn't a formal marathon. So there was a small entourage with dean. You know, some some pal some local runners in me, and I had my digital voice recorder. Tell them around. My neck will they get good reporter and. Yeah. But both like slapping me in the face. And so we just started. And I said to dean like I'm going to interview while we well, we run, and he was keeping a very moderate pace because he was doing so many marathons in a row and so. I mean, I'll tell you. And and so, but I said d and I'm just going to peel off after a certain distance like I'm for sure going to peel off. And we'll do the interview and then I'll catch at the finish. And he's like, okay. And so we're running and talking and running and talking and running and talking and dean is so charismatic if you've no dean or met him or seen him speak. He's just like this dynamo. And we I was talking and running the voice recorder. And then I forgot to run the voice recorder. But it didn't matter because it was just you know, we were just flowing along. And you know, next thing I know we get to deans like we gotta turn around here where at the halfway Mark. And so I'd run thirteen miles and there there was no way to get back except just around the way back, and I really didn't feel like I was tired or that. I wanted to stop because dean was so his energy was so infectious. And so along the way dean had told me, I was like the what's your secret? You know, how do you keep going because he would run hundred. One hundred miles overnight, and he'd order like he'd call Pizza Hut and say meet me on the corner of x and wine. They'd come with the pizza run through the drive through at Taco Bell. And I loved his energy. I was like that is my style. And so we just kept running and next thing. I know like it was exactly four hours later. There's the finish line and small like a very modest crowd like his wife, and they had their kids in an RV. They were going to Oklahoma in the morning for their next run. So they couldn't hang out. And that was it. I just run my first marathon. And I said dean, I do you know what I did. I just ran a marathon. And it was my first, and he thought that was the greatest thing, and that launched me, I really didn't do anything with it for a while. But I put that away. And I think is words really stuck with me. And they're true. I mean, you just can always go a little bit farther, and you can walk. You don't have to be fast. You know, you can walk to the next tree. Then give yourself another marker. And I my style of that is I sort of break it down. On so like aid station to aid station or little chunk too little chunk. It makes it more manageable. So dean is awesome. Because he he's the real deal. And he's a big part of the story why I'm here now. So so Katie your memoir is so much about progression. Whether it's the stages of motherhood with your two young daughters, your father thinking he'd make progress yet toward better health, even when he was speaking with a hospice nurse or you moving from fifty K two fifty miler one hundred K race. So did you see the progression? As a through line as you're writing the book. That's a great question. Yes. I mean progression rather than and results. His always been. Kind of how I see life. Like kind of there's a line in the book to that. We're have this moment where I realized that even if you don't know where you're going or what you're doing right now isn't working everything takes you to the next place. So whether it's something that's a really hard challenge. And it didn't go well or something you're worried about not going. Well, it's still going to move the Mark, and it still taking you someplace that you can't possibly know. And that's a big theme in the book is that, you know, I never set out the book began after my father passed away quite suddenly from cancer. And I was grieving, and I tried all these different things because I had I came down with real acute anxiety that I was dying to and that's coincided with the birth of my daughter, which is all being coming. In new parent is an you know, all about worrying. I mean, there's a new level of worry that you never have experienced and. And so running was what I turn to. But it was not premeditated. Like, my father died. I'm grieving now I'm going to turn to long distance ultra distance, and he'll myself and write a book, you know, it was that's the progression now. But you only see it when you when you have distance and time, but literally distance from it. And so I just did one step in front of the other one step in front of the next and forward, even when I didn't know where I was going, and that's a progression. And it's a practice to trust that even if you don't know where you're going if you keep moving forward. That it will lead you somewhere. So not to dwell on a sad topic you and I talked earlier about some common threads that we share in our lives living in Santa Fe being endurance athletes. But the really unfortunate one as we have both lost our fathers to cancer in that has helped me as an athlete, and you have a passage in your book that I wanna revokes, and I'm wondering if then we can sort of expound upon how we deal with that grief is athletes running is the last thing I feel like doing, but I make myself go I need to feel the sun on my skin to see the mountain in the same old place to the north and east of town all their bumps and pleats to run the trails. I know by heart. I start off fast. So I don't have to think, but the tears catch me after half a mile, and I lean over crying, so hard. I can't breathe. I know for me the bicycle helped me process the grief, I felt around my father's death. And my wife's also a stage four colon cancer survivor. So lot of things to to deal with in process. I'm wondering if you can just explain what running meant to you on in dealing with your father's passing. He. He. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it meant so much to me on one hand. It's just the motion of running just the physical act of moving your body and getting out of your head. And so the rational brain can become irrational and grief, and my brain was telling me that I was dying. And that was just the way I. Felt my grief, I guess and so- running when I would run I would get out of that worry brain. And I would literally run myself into my physical body and into that state where you can leave your thoughts behind and for all of you who are runners or not even runners, but athletes are have that thing you love to do when you become so absorbed in it. You you leave your thoughts behind? That's what I was able to do so running gave me that relief from that just worry loop that like I had X form of cancer this. I mean, I could just get whatever someone else had just by listening to them. And so so the physical action the embodiment I felt when Iran was was a great relief and great comfort and then being in wilderness. So I'm not a real road runner. For me. The solace is in being in nature where things are so much bigger than you are and not in a way that makes you feel insignificant or small, but in a way that makes you feel connected and. And so I would go out and just be fed by the trees and. Just the mountains and feeling a part of something bigger that could that was big enough to hold my grief. So it was both of those things it was running and the wilderness. Thank you for sharing that.

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"dean carnasciali" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"dean carnasciali" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"Flex wash and flex dry wash things separately which is really unusual and in need innovative flex wash has a largecapacity lower washer and a separate washer for separate colors that might be a little out there or extreme and delicate flex dry has a large tumbledrier the one you're used to and a flat dryer for delegates which is kinda cool something i'd never seen before and they've got other cool features that will surprise you things you didn't know you wanted needed like why fis you can schedules startstop the machines get alerts when it's done a steam option to remove stains self clean to keep it odor free the washer that is steaming and the drier even the steam away odors and wrinkles and things like that and it won't overdrafts gotta censoring their go figure something kind of obvious that every child should have probably had for the past two decades summing knows when the closure dry anyway they're really flexible cool products go check amount home depot samsung flex wash and flex dry washer drier pair this episode is also sponsored by braintree having an uptodate payments system it's one of those things like are rattling your engine of your car that you might let slide to the bottom of the to do list everything's working now so you'll get to it when you need to do it but that's not necessarily a practical strategy if you leave it too long you could get stranded on the side of the highway and we're talking about getting paid your business getting paid so you can pay your people into yourself you definitely don't wanna get stranded might not be a bad time to check in with braintree and keep your business humming braintree rethink payments find out more at braintree payments dot com slash forbes thanks for listening m supporting the art of charm let's get back to jordan in ultramarathon runner dean carnasciali's.

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"dean carnasciali" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"dean carnasciali" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"Welcome to the art of trump on jordan harbinger on this episode we're talking with my friend dean carnasciali's he's run among other things fifteen marathons in fifty states in fifty days the travel alone without the running we kill most of us think he's run over a hundred thousand miles in his life including three hundred and fifty nonstop miles through frequent desert this guy is superhuman and we'll find out why will also discuss white comfort is overrated discover how to unlock some of our inner strength to achieve extraordinary results much like his i would imagine if you can label anything 'extraordinary those are and explore what happens to your body when you push it past any limits you'd previously thought possible now let's hear from dean carnoustie did you run here by the way i did guy i feel like a win i had an event in justin herman plaza yesterday so iran here i live marin so it's like a 20mile run but i've got a fifty mile race tomorrow morning when do you do before these big race you kind of taper as they call it so you don't you know you gotta try not to do too much least most people for a week before the race me a day a day a day your body recovers in one day essentially what normal humans recover an in a week or something like otter yet numbers pretty quick i mean you know i went uh fifty marathons and fifty states elliott days so that was wondering how that didn't kill you yet i mean people say you know i run one i couldn't even get a bed the next morning how to do this you know forty nine times in a row and bread i dunno or just i got up in ram no doubt it was fifty marathons fifty states fifty days just traveling to the fifty states would kilmeade without the running that would have been exhausting enough.

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