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"edmund kemper" Discussed on The Really Awful Movies Podcast

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04:01 min | Last month

"edmund kemper" Discussed on The Really Awful Movies Podcast

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"edmund kemper" Discussed on The Really Awful Movies Podcast

The Really Awful Movies Podcast

05:04 min | Last month

"edmund kemper" Discussed on The Really Awful Movies Podcast

"Get two work for the mafia or whatever you get too close to it and you become too drawn to these sort of psychopathic callous. Course characters you have your compelled to hang around with or in the case of mine. Hunter talk to every day and detectives ford intense. Their entire funding for the research. Product is predicated on a series of standardized questions which is going to form a report and to make up a bunch of behavioral recommendations for how to capture serial killers and they are involved in a seemingly very difficult task going to go over the across the country to different regions where it's whether it's oregon or whether it's Kansas where the bt cape bind torture. Kill dennis rader killer. Resided employed his grisly trade basically going all over the country to interview different serial killers to me to find out. What makes them tick. So you have just a fascinating dynamic between these three very different people. I mean a queer woman from the northeast. Who's just a stern buttoned-down grim-faced academic who doesn't crack a smile is wholly invested in kind of publisher. Parish academic mindset and then a young upstart olden ford. Who's maybe twenty eight years old and trying to establish himself among the ranks of the fbi at the academy and whose expertise is derived largely from hostage negotiations. and then. of course you have bill tench to. Who's a middle aged heavy drinker. Who is more traditional archetypal. Police guy the grizzled seen it all type guy but the dynamic between them not to mention their their overseer and their boss is just so terrifically played and so incredibly compelling and so interesting that you can't help but be just totally and wholly engaged captivated by this show released. I was so. There are two seasons of this filmed in pennsylvania in some really really great like rust belt sort of not exactly thriving towns that really add to this atmosphere as well and the the cases and the performances especially those of the real life murderers that they encounter too so chilling and captivating that i mean especially the edmund. Kemper me so. This is played by cameron britain as the notorious serial killer there..

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"edmund kemper" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"edmund kemper" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"<Speech_Female> He spent <Speech_Female> a brief amount of <Speech_Female> time being observed <Speech_Female> in a medical facility, <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> but then he was transferred <Speech_Female> to the maximum <Speech_Female> security prison <Speech_Female> at folsom <Speech_Female> where <SpeakerChange> he would spend <Speech_Female> every second as <Silence> long as he lives. <Silence> <Speech_Female> Edmund <Speech_Female> was imprisoned with <Speech_Female> Herbert Mullin <Speech_Female> who he couldn't stand. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Ed described <Speech_Female> Herbert Mullin <Speech_Female> saying quote <Speech_Female> he was <Speech_Female> just a cold blooded <Speech_Female> killer killing <Speech_Female> everybody <SpeakerChange> he <Speech_Female> saw for. No good reason. <Speech_Female> <Silence> In. Quote. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Edmund <Speech_Female> would manipulate <Speech_Female> and intimidate <Silence> Herbert Mullin. <Speech_Female> Going <Speech_Female> onto say quote <Speech_Female> Herbert had <Speech_Female> a habit of singing <Speech_Female> and bothering <Speech_Female> other people when <Speech_Female> they were trying to watch <Speech_Female> TV. So <Speech_Female> I threw water on <Silence> him to shut him up. <Speech_Female> Then <Speech_Female> when he was a good boy <Speech_Female> I'd give him peanuts <Speech_Female> Herbie. <Silence> Liked peanuts. <Speech_Female> That <Speech_Female> was effective <Speech_Female> because pretty soon <Speech_Female> he asked permission <Speech_Female> to sing <Speech_Female> that's called <Speech_Female> behavior <SpeakerChange> modification <Speech_Female> treatment <Silence> and <Silence> quote. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> While in prison, <Speech_Female> he had in depth <Speech_Female> interviews with <Speech_Female> Robert Wrestler <Speech_Female> of the FBI, <Speech_Female> and he helped <Speech_Female> build the budding serial <Speech_Female> killer profiling <Speech_Female> program <Speech_Female> which would help <Speech_Female> to understand the <Speech_Female> minds of serial killers. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> He said <Speech_Female> to be a well behaved <Speech_Female> in. <Speech_Female> Inmate and <Speech_Female> he seems to take pleasure <Speech_Female> and being <Speech_Female> known as <Speech_Female> a quote unquote <Speech_Female> genius serial <Speech_Female> killer <Speech_Female> who helped in his <Speech_Female> own or west <Silence> and conviction. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> He didn't <SpeakerChange> interview <Speech_Female> which was called <Speech_Female> murder. <Speech_Female> No apparent <Speech_Female> motive where <Speech_Female> he said <Speech_Female> quote, <Speech_Female> there's somebody out <Speech_Female> there that is watching <Speech_Female> this and hasn't <Speech_Female> done that <Speech_Female> hasn't killed people <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> wants to <Speech_Female> and rages inside <Speech_Female> and struggles <Speech_Female> with that feeling <Speech_Female> or so sure <Silence> they have it under control. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> The Need to talk to somebody <Speech_Female> about it. <Speech_Female> Trust somebody <Speech_Female> enough to sit down <Speech_Female> and talk about <Speech_Female> something that isn't a <Silence> crime. <Speech_Female> Thinking that <Speech_Female> way isn't a <Silence> crime. <Speech_Female> Doing it. <Speech_Female> It isn't just <Speech_Female> a crime. It's <Speech_Female> horrible thing. <Speech_Female> It doesn't <Speech_Female> know when to quit <Speech_Female> and it can't be <Speech_Female> stopped easily <SpeakerChange> once <Speech_Female> it starts <Silence> in quote. <Silence> <Speech_Female> Edmund <Speech_Female> was in charge of <Speech_Female> managing fellow <Speech_Female> inmates appointments <Speech_Female> with a psychiatrist. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> He was a craftsman <Speech_Female> of ceramic cups <Speech_Female> and he would <Speech_Female> record books on <Silence> tape for the blind. <Speech_Female> He <Speech_Female> spent over five <Speech_Female> thousand hours reading <Speech_Female> these books allowed <Speech_Female> with <SpeakerChange> hundreds <Speech_Female> of recordings in <Silence> his name. <Speech_Female> In Twenty <Speech_Female> fifteen he <Speech_Female> retired after <Speech_Female> he had a stroke <Speech_Female> it was confirmed <Silence> that he was disabled. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> He wouldn't present <Speech_Female> a urine sample <Speech_Female> and twenty sixteen, <Speech_Female> and for that, <Speech_Female> he got his first <Silence> violation report. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Back in Nineteen <Speech_Female> Eighty, eight <Speech_Female> at a parole hearing. <Speech_Female> Edmonds said <Speech_Female> quote society <Speech_Female> is not <Speech_Female> ready in any <Speech_Female> shape or form for <Speech_Female> me <SpeakerChange> I can't <Silence> fault them for that. <Speech_Male> quote. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> Edmund <Speech_Female> knows as well <Speech_Female> as we all do <Speech_Female> that. If he was ever back <Speech_Female> on the streets, <Silence> he would kill again. <Speech_Female> He is <Speech_Female> very much aware of <Speech_Female> this and <SpeakerChange> he is okay <Speech_Female> with spending his <Silence> life in prison. <Silence> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> And that concludes <Speech_Female> the <Speech_Female> episode on <Silence> Edmund Kemper. <Silence> <Speech_Female> Thank you <Speech_Female> all so much for listening <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> I want to give <Speech_Female> a special. Thank <Speech_Female> you to <Speech_Female> my <Speech_Female> patrons, <Speech_Female> Melissa <Speech_Female> Chris, Haley <Speech_Female> Denise, <Speech_Female>

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"edmund kemper" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"edmund kemper" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"Knowing that this would cause allison also known as Alice to immediately freak out and not knowing what she might do. He turned around immediately and shot many times into the back seat. Roslin had passed away on the spot but Alice. Ditton. Once he was out of town. He fired his gun again at Alice and took her life. He drove the car into a cold sat and put the girls bodies in the trunk of his car as fast as he possibly could. This he casually goes and fills up his gas tank and heads to his MOM's. House. He wasn't there very long telling his mom he was going out to get cigarettes. He left out in the car and when he got into the street, he popped the trunk and dismembered their heads. The following morning he took Alice's body in the House and who is room where he had sex with her corpse. He also had Roslyn head in his room to he wanted to get the bullet head before he got rid of it. He took off from Santa Cruz. So he could get rid of most of their body parts. He then go to Pacifica to dispose of their heads and hands. Clar Nell never imagined or suspected that. Her Son was doing these disgusting crumbs and she absolutely never thought she would become victim of her own son. Some of their remains were discovered a week later and more were found in March. A month after he killed Rosalind and allies it was Easter weekend an egg knew that this was his moment to finally get rid of the woman who belittled and berated him all of his life he brewed in his room all night while Cornell was in bed he thought that whole night about what he was going to do. Around five fifteen in the morning he made his way into the kitchen grabbing claw hammer and a knife. He made his way into his mom's bedroom. She was laying in bed reading a book. He stood over her bashing her head with the hammer one time and then slit her throat. It was a minute or less he had murdered her. He dismembered her head having sex with her severed head. Afterwards. He got out his darts and used her head as a dartboard saying quote I, put her head on a shelf and screamed at it for an hour through darts at it and smashed her face in in quote. He also took out her tongue and her larynx in this course of action. He went into the kitchen attempting to get the layer next and the tongue to go down the garbage disposal but it spat them right back out he said quote that seemed appropriate as much as she'd bitched and screamed and yelled at me over so many years and quote. He proceeded to conceal her in a closet cleansing the is that he needed to and left..

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"edmund kemper" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"edmund kemper" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"He was basically taking notes from the serial ripest as they told their stories to him. He figured out they had been apprehended because they made mistakes the lift around proof and witnesses that assault females that they knew or they did their crimes in public areas where they could easily be called. He was essentially logging in his mind all of this information he was learning. He. Didn't have a plan as of yet. That every detail of these tales would be helpful when he was released. He never told the doctors about his visions and there is he was a hard worker and he showed great behavior. He acted like he was religious and would start to research all of the biblical information that he would hear about. He changed his appearance to be well dressed and conventional. He was very smart and started keeping to himself more. He was released in nineteen, sixty, nine at twenty one years old mainly because he had memorized about twenty eight different answers to tests that gave him the tools he needed to convince the doctors that he was better and he'd be safe to release which word like. Charm. He had been in the facility for five years. So the changes that happened in the world and just those few years came as a big surprise to him he started to go to a community college however, while he was at school, he was still under supervision of the Youth Authority Edmund was considered straight laced and boring. As Nineteen sixty-nine, which is when hippies were everywhere long hair and define authority while Edmund with his short hair and neat little mustache wanted to become a police officer. This is what he said in an interview about coming out of the facility and back into society. But initially, it was just a hobby was a habit of trying to fill in the blanks five and a half years of not being in society. I MISSED THAT FLOWER CHILD GENERATION I've missed the entry into Vietnam all that stuff. and. All these kids are like aliens to me. I say kids I missed sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty, twenty, one. I'm supposed to be associated with people in their adult years, but I missed a big chunk. So I'm out there trying to fill in the gaps. Find out why these kids are the way they are now because they were totally different from the kids that I was when I was that age totally different..

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"edmund kemper" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"edmund kemper" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"Ed Thought of his grandmother as total past and his grandfather uninterested in him he began having his violent fantasies again. These fantasies were mostly about his grandmother. He would picture her being in the outhouse as he shot it up with bullets. He dreamed of what it would be like to take her life. The tensions at the farm started to rise and Maud was always feeling anxious and scared. Ed's grandfather had a forty five caliber pistol which the grandmother took with her at least once because she was terrified that Ed would get his hands on it. She would always tell him to never put a hand on that gun, but she didn't have enough faith that he will listen to her. Ed felt disrespected because she didn't trust him. For the rest of the summer, the frictions and hostilities brewed. On the twenty seventh of August nineteen sixty four Edmund Maude were at the table in the kitchen and she was writing a children's book. They were looking at the proofs together. When she glanced up from what she was reading, she realized Edmund was looking at her a mysterious and strange way. It scared her because she had seen him do this before. Mod was shaken up and she told him to quit looking at her in that way. Moments. Later, 'em in up his gun whistled for his dog to come into the kitchen and then. He told his grandmother, he was going out to shoot gophers. Mall told him not to shoot any birds and she got back to work on her book. Edmund strolled out of the door turned around and gazed at her through the screen door. The way she was sitting her back was turned towards the door. She didn't suspect a thing. It'd the rifle aimed for head and shot her. She went limp at the kitchen table. He fired away twice this time shooting her in the back. He went back into the House stabbed her a few times, grabbed a towel and wrapped it around her head. Edmund proceeded to lug her dead body and to the bedroom. Only a few minutes after this, his grandfather had now arrived home from the grocery store. He was unloading the truck as Ed aimed at the back of his head and fired a shot. He hit his grandfather's body in the garage. Ed was suddenly sad and it wasn't just because he killed them but he knew he was going to get busted for it. Maude Edmund Senior didn't never suddenly just go off on long vacations..

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"edmund kemper" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"edmund kemper" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"We've got an all these games we got into one game where we'd roll up in a rug. And person who tried to get out of it as like a large throw rock. And it was I guess. What fascinated. US. Individually about it is it was a completely. broke up the monotony I. Guess What we're doing didn't have a lot of toys to play with We have board with those pretty quickly. So we looked for things to do you roll up in the rug and you try to get out and the other to leave the room, we see who could get out fastest you try to work your way out sideways. They're screwed out the end of it or whatever, and went from that to being tied in this and overstuffed chair with court or something, or or pieces of sheet or something. And went through this process I guess what? That's back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, when Carol Chessmen.

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"edmund kemper" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"edmund kemper" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"Welcome to reverie true crime. I'm your host page and in today's episode I'll be discussing the story of Edmund Kimber. I. Know that he has been covered on every podcast, but he is one person that piques my interest. His IQ was high but his tolerance for his mother was low. When we talk about nature versus nurture I feel like possibly he could've made something of himself if he wasn't born to clar now. It's interesting because I was just listening to one of the newest episodes of Morbid the other night, and they were having a conversation about how some dynamics between apparent and one child can be totally different between one of their other children and themselves. For example, let's say Edmund Siblings had a great relationship with their mom but Edmund absolutely hated her for how she treated him had he had the mom he wanted or needed would things have turned out differently for him? I guess we'll never know but it does give us something to think about as we hear his story. And No, this is an no way using what he did at all. Of course, nobody should ever kill anyone for any reason. Some people can get through it and others may not have the mental health to handle it, which ends in tragedy more times than not. So with all of that being said, let's dive into the life of Edmund Kemper and the victims he sadly took the lives of. Edmund, a male kimber the third came into the world on the eighteenth of December nineteen, forty eight to admit a meal Kemper Junior who was called E. and Clarksdale stage. E. Kemper Clarksdale didn't have a great marriage at all. When he was nine years old, they decided to go their own individual ways and separated his parents chose to get a divorce the year of nineteen, fifty, seven and Ed, stayed with his mom and two sisters. Edmund had a lot of Stepdad's through the years but he really longed for his dad..

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"edmund kemper" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"edmund kemper" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Yeah, I mean, it sounds like some of these aren't dying. So then you're just maiming them and having them suffered Something's seriously wrong with you. And and you should at least be processed through the system, So they got your fingerprints. And they know who you are sort of body start disappearing around your neighborhood. They can act you about it. Man 7275791025 807 71125 alive. Hello? Who are you? Hey, Chris. What's up, But Not much, man. Heard you guys talking about serial killers. I just wonder if you Ah, you saw Necklace has a show called Mine Hunter. You saw, like the first episode. There's some like FBI school guy or something like that. Yeah, absolutely. It's winning the term serial killer with coins and talk about the two thighs and FBI. Making for a new type of murderer and eventually evolved into serial killers. When they go after, you know, being these guys like that, does it is it kind of a different serial killer that they go for every episode? Yeah. Yeah, absolutely. And then they actually do like interviews with them, and you know, to kind of get inside their minds of what they were thinking Well, kind of Manners and they have, like their tendency what they go for it. They're killing cats when they were kids like that. It's really good matter. Suck you in. All right. I like being sucked in, Do you? Would you say anything in my situation? If you had a few had next door neighbors who are shooting lizards with BB guns would you say Yeah. Personally, I think I would. When I was younger. He was a big lot of Michigan and one of our neighbors shot our cat and the baby actually went into its eye and eventually we had to put it down because of it. So, Yeah, I would personally absolutely. I think if it was my kid, I've got two little man. If they were doing I would want to know. Yeah, my kid was out there shooting lizards. I think I would probably want to know about it. Just weekend. Like you say, you know you're doing this just t screw off, or you know what? You want to set him straight. When I was a kid. I was shooting G I Joe is off my back. It's not lizards or birds or anything like that. So that twisted maybe I Joe had to come into a man fording that imperialistic agenda. Thank you. Thank you very much. Yeah, That's the thing is that this isn't you know for Hunter for sport, especially if you're hearing them, like, go on and on about blood and guts. Then maybe there is a little little something off there. Right? So I would say, I would say, probably just a mention. Hey, um, because they're not. They're not eating it. They're not. You know, they literally are just killing something for the joy of killing it right, which is probably at the root of Ah. Of some of these things, so I know he's not our killer for today. But in that, Ah Mindhunters show they ever a guy named Edmund Kemper, who I just listen to a podcast on And maybe this could be somebody. We conquer it some other day, But just to give you the just the tip. The guy killed his grand parents when he was a teenager and got out of juvie in like six months or something. And then what he went on to do is some of the most disturbing things ever. But when he was a kid, he killed his grand parents and got out after a very short time served. I got to say you mentioned the word podcast. I am I am 100% enamored with a podcast host for the first time in my entire life. Sarah. Hey, Meg. Is probably the best female voice I've ever heard in my entire life. She does..

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"edmund kemper" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal

Hollyweird Paranormal

09:43 min | 1 year ago

"edmund kemper" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal

"We've done a lot of investigating and I think it's more of just like A. We wish 'cause we just wore. That would've been the prophet there to the adobe but I we really don't think that's true. Definitely add based on a true story movie version but with the with the saying like before the Kardashians where the connections or were jump into sanatoriums guys We have apple that. We're just GONNA talk about. I don't know Marie if you know anything about the Patent State Hospital in San Bernardino now. No I don't think so. Oh okay one of our will just a little bit of the guys before we rock even because I definitely want to hear everything and anything. Maria wants to say to us about rock even on real quickly. Penn State. Hospital is another one. That is another creepy hospital in the San Bernardino area. It opened eighteen. Ninety three and it was originally named the Southern California asylum for the insane and inebriated so it was renamed in Nineteen twenty seven after Harry Patton. Who was a member of the first board of directors although it had an official name change over the years it became known as Just simply the insane asylum by eighteen. Ninety eight hospital was so overcrowded. That staff was unable to properly care for the patient than and between the years of eighteen. Ninety three nothing's change of course Nine hundred thirty four. It is believed that over. Two thousand patients died on site and were buried on the hospital brown now. According to some who have worked in the hospital they sense that there's some sort of energy around there. Of course maybe it's due to the two thousand who died on site and were buried most likely without any mark grave but There's been on talk about a laundry room that People have claimed to see shadow. Figures was even said that for a while Edmund Kemper was was possibly kept there. It was just leading the way. Really Siri Yeah. It's really really intense but I know that part of the hospital collapsed due to an earthquake but other half still stands know they rebuilt it afterwards on the grounds and then went back into operation Let's see we can move forward into the Rancho Los Amigos Hospital and this one is really interesting one it's in on Downey and it was a rich future for the elderly homeless Emmy Mentally ill and disabled and it opened in eighteen. Eighty eight emerged successfully grew over time to house thousands of patients in hold official status as its own town before becoming part of Downey in nineteen fifty it was renamed branches those Amigos. It had a working farm a craftsman mansion for the superintendent in its own post office and a World War Two army base. And of course yes. It actually served as a refuge for victims of polio. So it faced a lot of death. It had also went through the whole excursion of the Spanish flu so it also helped patients of the Spanish flu. It helped patients for polio. And it also Survived a long beach earthquake of nineteen thirty. It had seen a lot of trauma had seen a lot of death in it definitely holds a place for a lot of entities. A lot of people believe they have seen faces and figures from the rundown windows of the highlands and other people have said that they seem lights. That will mysteriously flicker on and off during the late hours of the night when walking or driving by the building. Many say that they can't help but feel force watching them so it's a pretty intense place. I know that it's Pretty abandoned still to this day Locals have also stated that they've seen dark shadow. Figures is particularly one of the of a man looking out of the hospital windows. There's even a love story attached to this place. They said that there's a ghost that's a couple. It's a male and female where in one particular room they're laying next to each other and they're embracing each other and when someone tries to go into the room to ask him what they're doing in their they disappear from them so that is a legend. That's a story that could be connected to patients of the polio. So who knows? And then we hit rock haven now Maria The receipts of Rock Cave. And I'm like yes. It's so beautiful and it is so peaceful so back in two thousand sixteen. We did on like a crafty kind affair at the Andres. Pico Adobe and I met Joanna and Joanna is the president of the Friends of rock even which is an organization that is working with the city of Glendale to help maintain Rock Haven In its original state and kind of built from it versus having a developer. Come in and knock it down and May condos. We don't need mcmansions that we need even less or chick-fil-a which we really don't need and so she was selling jewelry and to help raise money for the cause and I was just I was like what is place because a lot of it was in the she had like these pendant. And you'll have photos and it'll be like the gates of rock even and she the one I'm wearing one today and it's Peggy fears which she was a resident of rock even so like wrap a pamphlet and she invited me to come to take a tour and so they're open twice a month. That was back then. I think now it's like maybe every three months I could be wrong. But they're open. Why SOMMA one for cleaning days and then one for tours. And they're only allowed there for like two hours or something crazy like that. The city of Lyndale is are really astles so first opportunity. I got to go I went on a tour and I was mind blown because it's a bunch of different. Well I is located in the Central Valley which is Maybe twenty minutes out of La and on rock even itself is located in Montrose on Honolulu. Which if you've never been a montrose. The city Montross is like Something out of time. It is the cutest little town it is. Aber I love it. I love it so upon you know parking. You Walk Up to these gates. These like Old Timey wrought iron scary movie. Yeah this rock haven. You know you know that if you just touch it's going e. even sound on chester like this but then when you look into the history you're like Oh oh it's actually really nice though you go one of their tour days edge. Joanna gives you a little talk of the history but pretty much you're allowed to explore and I buy explore. I mean you can open doors loss. It's everything one amateur cottages. Yes the different cottages Are All types of different architecture so when it was first built it was one stone little house but since then it's grown into different little cottages the grounds at salve? Are these beautiful gardens. There's all kinds of creepy statues which I'm sure in their heyday. There would be beautiful. But now they're creepy AF WHEN. I tell you I pictures of them last night and we're going to post them on our instarem guys. It's something out of a movie. I mean that's the best real earner we'll see this whole place is something of a movie and it's like you know you go into one bathroom and it's nineteen twenties tile into their dining area and it's something out of the golden girls like it's nine hundred eight. Miami and like your madness couch and has the plateau in the in the plush. What's cool is that all the stuff in the rooms are stuff that were left behind by the residence chug trigger objects you pig record secretary or ask the the detailing the detailing. There's there's Iron banisters that kind of like before you walk into each little cottage. They're all intricately made. It was made by an ironworker specifically for rock haven It's just I can just go on and on like the the heater. Grates are even like totally like carved and amazing that the place is just so amazing but the last time I visited I was really sad because it's really dilapidated on one of the last on rainstorms. there's so much water damage. It's a lot of damage in that place as to what I was researching that it was bought by someone in two thousand one and then they tried to repair it but the repairs were astronomical. They were what happened was when in all we'll get to that but when when Pat Travis retired in two thousand one bay sold to a company that it became kind of more of a convalescent home for National Health and yeah it was pretty much the repairs. We're going to be just way too much. And so that's why I've been two thousand sixty became a landmark but Oh One more creepy thing. That's really creepy as you get to go into their walk in freezer..

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"edmund kemper" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"edmund kemper" Discussed on KTRH

"And he also included in these letters evidence that he was there that only the killer could have known could you give me an example right and so so that's something that that I was not aware of this so when I started researching the thirty I case it didn't occur to me that there could be people out there who would confess who had nothing to do with the crime so I wouldn't have known if I was his only ask I wouldn't have known that I need to include details in my letter that only the killer could have no me Tom void I would have thought that just confessing would be enough because who who in their right mind would confess unless they really were the killer but there are people who falsely confess and so the police are always looking for details if you're the killer tell us how many times she was shot him anytime she was stabbed and is only a offered those details and his letters he didn't really need to be prompted he already knew that that's information that he needs to include in order to be taken seriously and so he included how many shots were fired what kind of ammunition was used how the bodies were last what position they were laying in all kinds of stuff then again he knew to do that he knew and so that tells me that when he started killing even before sherry Bates he already had experience and who knows what is body count could be if you started as at least team which seems to be the trend Ted Bundy and Edmund Kemper all these guys they seem to start when they're in their teens late teens early twenties that's what the Soviet good and by the time he was what is the Cisco and described as being is live thirty to forty killed fifty people indeed all right Tom.

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"edmund kemper" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"edmund kemper" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Rebates he also included in these letters evidence that he was there that only the killer could have known could you give me an example right and so so that's something that I was not aware of this the one I started researching the thirty I case it didn't occur to me that there could be people out there who would confess who had nothing to do with the crime so I wouldn't have known if I was his only ask I would've known that I need to include details in my letter that only the killer could have no me Tom void I would have thought that just confessing would be enough because who who in their right mind would confess unless they really were the killer but there are people who falsely confess and so the police are always looking for details if you're the killer tell us how many times she was shot him anytime she was stabbed at the Soviet offered those details in his letters he didn't really need to be prompted he already knew that that's information that he needs to include in order to be taken seriously and so he included how many shots were fired what kind of ammunition was used how the bodies were left what position they were laying in all kinds of stuff then again he knew to do that he knew and so that tells me that when he started killing the even before she rebates he already had experience and who knows what is body count could be if he started as at least team which seems to be the trend Ted Bundy and Edmund Kemper all these guys they seem to start when they're in their teens late teens early twenties that's with his he acted and by the time he was spotted example Cisco and described as being in his late thirties forty killed fifty people indeed all right.

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"edmund kemper" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"edmund kemper" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"One three five nine two three three eight again four oh one three five nine two three three eight and mention is that this is a Bloomberg market minute Facebook wants to launch a new digital currency and master card and visa are early backers because if libra takes off they won in but they may face tougher scrutiny as a result they may be inviting more regulatory examination especially fence regulators can be very keen to pay attention to and perhaps one at what age but can do if we brought Morgan Stanley's James faucet things libra could become a global currency beyond the control of governments and central banks and he thinks the pressure on levers backers will intensify as regulators and lawmakers beyond the U. S. join the fray become a little bit of a question about our are used as regulators are you squeezing on alone there's not concerted coordination among countries and in the US there are political risks to for those companies signing on to Facebook's digital money the house and Senate hearings on labor are days away and Facebook doesn't have many friends on Capitol Hill a Lisa Parenti Bloomberg radio newsradio nine twenty and one oh four seven FM listening to entertainment and enlightenment if you had sat across the table from David Berkowitz Ted Bundy John Wayne Gacy Charles Manson Lynette from Sarah Jane Moore Edmund Kemper James Earl ray Sir hands Sir and Richard speck Donald Harvey if you would sit view it sat across the table and spend real time with these people what knowledge would you game and would you would all be haunted the exchanges that you had to gain that knowledge there is a great book and and also Netflix gold mine hunter it's really about the true life years of of one guy John Douglas went in and met with all of these guys for the FBI to try to figure out if you could put profiles together he has led an incredible life there's a new book out called the killer across the table unlocking the secrets of serial killers and creditors with the.

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"edmund kemper" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"edmund kemper" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"Of the details on Tober nineteenth. Nineteen seventy he gave Marlowe three accounts of that day. And the third account is eat only account ever provided as to how the killings occurred Frazier informed Marlo. He arrived at the Ota residents alone early in the afternoon of October. Twentieth nineteen seventy he was armed with two handguns a twenty two caliber, and thirty eight caliber Virginia Oto was the first one to arrive home Frazier took her to a bedroom boundary with, scarves, and assured her that she would not be raped. He then lectured, MRs Ota of the evil way she lived, and how she and her family were ruining the environment with their materialism, MRs Cadwalader arrived necks, and he tied her up, but he made no mention of the boy, she brought with her. Dr ODA and his son, arrived necks, and they were tied up Frazier accused Dr ODA of destroying the Santa Cruz mountains, and destroying life and the environment. This I colleges said that Frazier freaked out when he saw animals skins in the ODA home. However, Frazier, did not notice the animal skins were fakes Dr ODA told Frazier, he would give him whatever he wanted, if he would just leave which incense Frazier even more at this lurid. Display of materialism freezer suggested they burn the house down together and return the area to its natural state this anger. Dr ODA so Frazier pushed him into the pool Frazier, did not explain to the doctor, how they came to be at the pool area in the pool. Dr ODA managed to free, his hands. He swam to the edge and Frazier offered him his arm, according to Frazier Dr ODA lunch for him. So he shot at Dr ODA Frazier brought MRs ODA down. Next asked her if she believed in God, when she replied, yes, he said, then you have nothing to be afraid of and shot her. He did the same with MRs Cadwalader. Then shot the two boys shooting the youngest boy, last Marlow sent that in another version of events Frazier arrived at the ODA home with three other people in a van around noon, or arriving himself at ten thirty AM and the others arriving later in the day. Marlowe said that Frazier was dangerous and insane today. He also said that Marlowe was a paranoid schizophrenic. He explained that a schizophrenic has gross disturbances of thoughts and feelings, and cannot adequately behave within societal norms, a paranoid, suffers from delusions of grandeur, or prosecution Frazier was fascinated by weapons and would spend a great deal of time, watching the woods to ensure no one was sneaking up on him after the testimony. In closing arguments. The jury took three days to return a guilty verdict on all five counts of first degree murder. Frazier heard the guilty verdicts with a smile on his face and showed no signs of anguish, the sentencing phase began next on the first day of the sentencing hearing Frazier showed up with half of his head shaved, including his eyebrows. He said that this represented the duality of a hippie, he eventually shaved his entire head, including both eyebrows. He was sentenced to death in the gas chamber. However, in nineteen seventy two California abolished the death penalty. So his sentence was automatically commuted to life in prison on August. Thirteenth two thousand nine John Linley Frazier completed suicide in his prison cell at mule creek state prison by hanging himself. He had repeatedly been denied parole. Most recently in two thousand seven Tara ODA the otas oldest daughter married, and had a dot. Better, but not quite seven years after the otas murders, Tara took her own life, never fully recovering from the loss of her family. Lark is the only surviving member of the ODA family lurk admitted in a nineteen ninety newspaper article that life has been difficult without her family, particularly her mother and that her own experiences of motherhood when not as rosy as her mother made. It seem knocked her otas, mother. I go ODA also completed suicide in nineteen seventy nine her life had been one of great loss. Not only had she lost her son, grandsons and daughter-in-law. But her husband had died just five years before the murders. Also, she had lost a daughter in July nineteen seventy quite unexpectedly. She also had lost another son Hiroshi Ohta in nineteen fifty one. When the plane, he was flying crashed just minutes after takeoff her. The last remaining child ROY Ota passed away in nineteen ninety Peter King. The district attorney who prosecuted the case passed away on December eleventh, two thousand five from lung cancer been diagnosed just two months previously at the time he was elected he was the youngest DA in the US Chang, prosecuted notches Frazier. But also, Edmund Kemper during the period between nineteen seventy and nineteen Seventy-three DA Chang, infamously, described Santa Cruz as murder Ville under his breath at a serial killers dumping ground, but a reporter overheard him and change this to murder capital of the US. Okay fan club members as I conclude this episode. My one question to you is, how will you sleep tonight? Thank you for listening. If you enjoyed this episode, please be sure to leave us a.

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"edmund kemper" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

08:11 min | 2 years ago

"edmund kemper" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Eight six six five zero JIMBO Markle shaker. Our guest is an EMMY award winning documentary. Filmmaker he's the author of a number of books and co authored, this one killer across the table from day street books as we go back to our calls here. I have to ask about about media coverage about the news coverage of a certain killer wants, especially becomes known to the public that such a person is out there about movies and TV shows and music as we just heard or even books like this to what extent do they feed on modern media? Well, there's no question that Paul most everybody feeds on modern media today. What we say is you can't make somebody into a serial killer through media. You can't prevent them from being a serial killer, what we try to do is show what their without giving away any secrets of investigation, we want to show, what these people are really like. And. People is almost, you know, the wrong word to use these monsters, but we do not glorify. We do not make them into heroes, and we do make the victims into real human beings, because that's what they are. What eight six six five zero JIMBO our number one eight six six five zero five four six two six go to Robert in Charleston. West Virginia now. Hello, robert. Again. Fi-. Thank you. Gift that something about the signature. But if the guy did poughkeepsie murder, or what he did up there in New York, he was never caught. I'm not sure I know which case you're referring to, but many of them have not been caught. That's what I meant. Yeah. You could have a neighbor or anything else that we could try to defy guy. No, I remember watching the movie documentary and recommend anyone to watch it. Because you remember the name of the documentary. It gets. Key tape if we. Yeah. I something, well, Robert we do we do of estimate that anywhere between about twenty five and thirty five serial killers are operating of the United States in any given time. Really I, I have to ask on what basis which is sorta interesting number, and we like to grasp at anything that can well-qualified the parameters of this problem. But, but they don't exactly know, it's never Facebook page. No, it's not a hard and fast number, but it's an extrapolation from the number of people who've been caught and the number of crimes that are out there that have been linked. Wow, that's, that's pretty remarkable. One eight six five zero JIMBO one eight six six five zero five four six two six we go to Frank in Cumberland, Maryland. Hello, frank. Shakur. You didn't Mexican Gary Leon Ridgway the green river killer, who as far as I know what's the worst forty seven in one hundred prostitutes. If he's not the worst, who is, and also you didn't mention any blacks or women, there was a famous woman, a prostitute one around killing men kill plenty. I went to pretty interesting case. I'm fine. We what changes need to be made to prevent more killings, like, well, you've asked them, very interesting questions, let me see if I can answer them in order, what was the first I had to do with the worst. He noted what get a person we'd four hundred Ridgway certainly was among the worst and not atypical. Unfortunately, he was very similar to a, a Pennsylvania killer named Stephen panel. Same m o he would pick up prostitutes along the highway, and prostitutes aren't necessarily a victim of choice. But we say that. Prostitutes children and old people have a lot in common. Why in street people as well? Why? Because they're vulnerable. They're easy to attack. They will get into a car with you. So that's one of the reasons why prostitutes are often the victims of serial killers. Also, why long distance truck drivers have an advantage in this regard because they go from place to place. They're hard to find is far as rayson. It is true that most of the predators are white. This may have something to do with the dominance in society, when John started in the FBI the were very. I think I can only think of two black serial killers offhand, I think now as they're becoming more integrated into society, if you will, they are you're, you're actually seeing more of them, as well as other minorities women. Yes, there are a few most of the women serial killers tend to be in a hospital type situation, nurses, and occupations like that. We believe that when women have the same kind of bad background says, men do very often they will turn inward. They are not as aggressive as men. They will be more self punitive. They will become victims of abuse, they will become drug-takers they will become prostitutes, whatever. So we do not. Yes, there are female serial killers, but we just don't see them in anywhere near. Or the proportion. I'd say may not five percent. That's the, the notion of what we do about all of this. We'll get to that before the show is out. But right now, let's go to Erin in Saginaw. Michigan on the Bohannon show with Mark shaker co author of the killer across the table. Hello. Erin. Greetings, taking my call. Sure. Two things over Edmund Kemper still alive. Yes, he is. Okay. My second question. How many of them are able to compartmentalize what they do as opposed to? They know what's wrong. They don't care, whatever that is carry on their daily lives. And you know what I mean? Yes, I do Erin, that's a very good question to a certain extent, all of them can compartmentalize Joseph Conroe, who was who's M was to rape and murder, the young daughters of friends of his because they would trust him and they was easier to go along with him. He was able to compartmentalize to the point where after he killed one of his young female victims. He was able to go to a parent teacher conference for one of his own children in the local school. So if that's not, compartmentalizing, I don't know what it was on the other hand, most of these people, they're obsessed with their crimes, and so on in one part of their brain, I would say they think about them all the time. Wow. All right. Eight six six five O, JIMBO one eight six six five zero five four six two six two. Frank in Newark, New Jersey. Hello, frank. Are you doing gentleman? We're well, my question is how realistic are criminal minds and those type of shows they actually do that. Well the original character in in criminal minds that was played by Mandy patinkin was based directly on my partner. John Douglas as many of them are. There's a certain amount of dramatic license. There's even a certain amount of dramatic license in mind hunter on Netflix, which is based directly on our book. But you know you have to be dramatic. But let's profiler do not catch criminals. They help police narrow their investigations and focus and then help them with proactive strategies to try to catch these people, and then prosecute them. So, you know, I think any fictional show is going to is, is going to probably heightened things. And since I started this work, my wife Carolyn who's an attorney who's with me here in the studio. She can't read the serial killer novels anymore, or watch these shows other mind hunter, of course, because she says they're just too unrealistic. There's a website, by the way, mind, hunters, Inc dot com, right. And hunters, INC dot com. Back with more of your calls, one eight six six five zero JIMBO in just. Moment. Are you tired of the nightmare of trading in a market that feels rigged? Don't you just want to see your account balance, grow, and not feel so anxious about every single trade?.

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"edmund kemper" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

The Two Shot Podcast

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"edmund kemper" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

"These things on times. Joe I mean, personally with, you know, this time on a thing, especially in the north facts people so easy on the precipice of just 'til memorial. Yeah. I think he's he's like a mixture things this time round some of its circumstance some of his the time in the blue year, some of it's just about about something Bob any balance because I'll let me share is like very rational worries me paranoid. Meet lot Myung Zion. Non-allies I can see that. He's I'm used to it. Now, it's been years of so and analyze what's going on a little bit. Definitely I think. I think the season or this time of year is just shakes tonight. So do I used to go rolling before Brassica? I'd be rolling. Remember feeling good by getting their Renault? Lease the eleven thinking share the little bottle dome for the day of concord dot thing and needs to get back into that. Really? And I've not been doing of so been Satan on me bad smoke. You'll all the way to watch light then ago. Yes, Steven Seagal. I've gotten into people camping found that very calming in. It you go on YouTube find a main Griff to do it every now and he's been doing it won't see once a month fund this year. Every. I mean, that's commendable. It's been shit on it. You've not enjoyed it. Being cold and alone New Year's resolution for this year. Of. I thought it was just to do less 'co. Gauguin's you bake will he'll be annoying. This folks go. Yeah. It'd be just thinking about what you told me today, actually. Because it's right. So he's watched this over podcast. Let's just reform. He said so would you stare into a torch for two hours before is it? Yeah. So there you have it blown by gentlemen. We've got we've got the router in our bedroom were moving out by Susan side. It won't really. Big old change. I think nothing that's really important. Really important. Definitely definitely a lot. I do a lot of. I'm trying to stay open at the moment. So I can get used to. So when I get out of that because medication that say if change time I'll take it can fought with the and with the time difference. I'm trying to get used to taking a bit last solo at the end of the week. I've got to bed in I'm ready to go. You know, what I mean, some try stale lay? So I've been watching a lot fucking bullshit on a serial killers. Just the fun tastic. So these not found subsidy complete monsters is just fascinating in dude. The one common theme is absent father domineering mother is while pixel with that's the style. That's the style of what is about to be your development into eventually killing people. You know, you think about what it takes to kill another human being is fucking hard work. Not just mentally physically difficult, Edmund Kemp is Edmund Kemp Edmund Kemper, Google it. He'd be that guy. Like, I'm Joe Rogan. You do nothing new. You do know six they're really to stay around sumit's today. Thank you for your Email. Looks about you. Compare me to. Nia pulled them apart website. So girls can have a we do it. Once a year. You'll clean Irv you want..

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"edmund kemper" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"edmund kemper" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"When I read the initial research for today's suck provided by Heather knowledge ninja Rylander get out in the suck dungeon with a Joe paisley, Reverend Dr Joe, and I've never interrupted him more work, usually, I'm the one this worried about just being interrupted by anyone just because I have a lot of content to build every week, and I'm trying to try and stay focused, and, you know, void a lot of conversations or time. I kept bothering job. I just I couldn't I had to share what I was reading with somebody. I just kept saying out loud. The most since the toy box killer episode. I just kept saying what the fuck are. What are you serious? Why? I can't believe I've never I'd never heard about Ed camper before time suck. I know. He's. Yeah. Well, actually, I was gonna give something away for later near my dude is cartoonish evil. The the research. I did for this up reminded me the research. I did on the cheek Petilleau episode like it's just. Equally just so strange and actually with cheekily specifically, there's a certain dysfunctional penis relationship between the two killers found a lot of moments dark laughter, and that wasn't laughing. Because what is funny nothing? He did was it was funny as far as the heinous stuff are from extremely tragic, but it just it's so dark and so ridiculous. That kind of like nervous laughter. Oh my God. No, what's in the way. He would talk about what he did the way. I guess he's still alive way talks about it. It's it's so ludicrous. It almost feels fake. But it's not fake. He was convicted. He is in prison. Now, he's been convicted of heinous crimes twice. There's lots of evidence to backs up. What he said he has done also strains that he that? He was caught twice not only caught turned himself in twice very unusual on both both cases, he assumed he would just get caught. Anyway, if he didn't I think that was the main motivation, but still unusual for Cyril. Alert to turn themselves in now once but twice also crazy that he got out after the first time after the first things he did strange strange twisted animal this, Ed camper. Let's dig into his life. In today's time suck timeline. Shrimp on those boots soldier where marching down a time. Suck matai line. The Cimber eighteenth nineteen forty-eight Edmond Emile Kemper, the third is born to Edmund Kemper junior and Clark L Strandberg in Burbank, California, Edmund and Clark L hoping they went by Ed and Clara Edmund and Cornell sound like the names would give this some monsters. And when remember the munsters my Tennessee to go with very old references Addams family, like an Addams family type situation. Just new I'm Edmund in. This is my darling wife Clough. No have you seen all boy Edmund third. He will grow to be a powerful monster. He will make the Campbell family proud. It will be an incredible full for dacas Edwin Clark had gotten married in great falls, Montana. My neck of the woods nineteen. Forty two Abe was in the army's World War Two veteran, either movie California shortly after getting married or already living in California when they got married. And just came to Montana. You know for the service. The couple already had one daughter when when Ed at camper camper was born Susan Huni Kemper Susan was born five years prior to Ed in nineteen forty three and Eddin Carnell would soon have another daughter Allen, Lee camper who'd be born in nineteen fifty one Susan would grow up and go on to have a happy marriage. Raise a family live a long fruitful life in Montana. She'd have two sons Donald ROY a daughter Christie end up with seven, grandchildren. She died in two thousand fourteen in her a bitch wary. Her sister is referenced along with other surviving family Eddie is not eh. Didn't even get mentioned. Alan is still alive out there somewhere. She not surprisingly hasn't exactly volunteered to do. Any interviews about her murderous and psychotic big brother. According some interviews. I've found with Ed Susan Allen's half brother, a man who goes by the fake name of David Weber and interviews because he doesn't want his real name known. Can't blame him. It's Alan thinks of Ed is a good person who did bad things I questioned her really thinking. That's after this suck. I doubt you'll feel the same. Edmund will be there there. His parents only son at least the only one they would have together. What a son he is..

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