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"frank jones" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"frank jones" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Radio station concha lightning no you do too I know you do too our guest I'm the premier castle wow yeah I was a Frank Jones from the cheese is that the guy who was stocking Jack about Clark Frankland added up they backed up yeah more of my home's racked up than anything but I was watching the the weekend sports as he is wont to do as you told me walls you found some stuff that you that I might find interesting about all of this as we get inundated with two weeks of Superbowl stuff now that's right so this is kind of like the love the wall yeah yeah we kinda ease into the next week will be full blown but I want to get you guys all prepped up for because it's your will cultures gonna try to ruin the somehow right we we have a good with what looks like it's gonna be a good Superbowl ahead of us between the forty Niners the chiefs to great football teams we know we'll cultures gonna have something that's actually a good question how is Wall culture because the NFL's gone to great pains to head this off they've got every woman is ever recorded a song I think is performing in some fashion for they will have faith older anything anymore why is that I was it did they have some sort of falling out because they were placed or Kerry underwent on an NBC right off the bat but they got shares and share it this year what is it all of autos now they're jailer yeah and that's so how is world culture going to ruin the Superbowl so I said the immediately after the Kansas City Chiefs when the AFC title last yesterday afternoon I get it they see this tweet from Mike wise he's a sports reporter down in Washington this is a way to reach out congrats to Kansas city's long suffering fans have waited their entire life to get back to Superbowl based on on personal conviction I hope they understand I can't root for any native theme team to win it all especially one that participates in the tomahawk chop and twenty twenty yeah this is gonna be a fact so there's that she's single their energies are gonna have to it you think you got a media day if you've ever been to one of these media days but there are people that and as this is gone on over the years people go there was like one specific agenda and they just look for that one sound bite from that one guy who's there to say some stupid GZ media day is gonna be there are gonna be people there that specifically you're talking about all of that and designed to make them look stupid and say something stupid this is Tony to be answered stuff about the chiefs and about to chop it about Erro head but they're gonna have to they are going to make this thing I'm surprised bill Cowher did yesterday who they honored him at arrowhead yesterday oxy's achieves assistant coach for a guy who that two years on that at bike here participate in that and then on the other side the forty Niners side you know this is common Janelle hill Hey NFL slash media calling cabinet was the last quarterback to take the forty Niners the Superbowl no matter how much you avoid mentioning it all right that actually happened I seem to god are we gonna do Sir Capper next kind of becoming a thing again which which conversations is gonna make you wanna bash your head off the table first the Capper Nick on one side or the Errol had tomahawk chop stuff like I'm the easy response every eyes I sorry to he threw three straight incompletions that the same receiver and couldn't throat I have but I don't want to rip capita gates fine Japanese did lead them to the Superbowl and I only lost but they almost one but they lost but of course you're gonna do Montana when you talk about in young yeah but more Montana I mean that's the image that I saw everywhere but so now we're gonna do this to happen or his cabinet gonna be there I don't think so because there is a huge falling out with him in Miami when he was when he last played there he wore the odd the Cuban guy on on the shirt yeah Fidel Castro wasn't cannot always good shape or are but yeah I because it's the nine is is there any way possible that is I don't think he's anywhere near that game Cafferty No Way evolve or does the NFL say you're invited but then they moved at the last second miles away like maybe it is little trying out of Tampa you said you saw as a prop bets that I do so I love I love like proper setup absolutely nothing to do with the game was so right so for UV B. I found a couple political ones and they have to do we know that the only two guys that can afford ads from their campaigns in the Superbowl are Donald Trump and Michael Bloomberg so there's some property around also with Bloomberg's first prop that total times of Michael Bloomberg's commercials will say trump the over under is to that's a tough one yeah I'd probably go on men seconds it's gonna be twice tough to get in there too now he can hi that's a tough one all right next one will Michael Bloomberg's commercial say climate change yeah third will Michael Bloomberg's commercial say gone yeah and will Michael Bloomberg's commercial say impeach now I'd say well you're in no is but no is paying out a minus one thirty five so that's what the book is a ticket to an end for trump I will Donald trump's commercials a Superbowl now and will Donald trump's commercial thank fox now hold the game is on fox now I can't sit in a in a pre done commercial I can't imagine that it that would be in there I thought I would try and see if I could absolutely see what happens okay he does like to make people go crazy over what he's done to just for that reason alone I and then so far VB I know you love just as stupid amounts of money people put on these games out so I got four big bets Fauria one better waged wagered a hundred thousand dollars on the forty Niners even money line last night William Hill US sports book one even wow because it's about two now writes cheese one half at the moment one better wagered fifty five thousand on the chiefs at minus one the biggest dog wager in so far this was as of last night hundred and ten thousand dollars on the game going over fifty two and a half points in the first large bat over ten thousand the came in a William Hill sports book was the better waging thirty three thousand on the chief straight up if you can about the over at that point you might as well but the chiefs to because the it's only going over if the chiefs are run it up but I mean the Niners have put up the matters of weapons so I'm sitting iris would win forty five forty six forty five like they did against New Orleans but in order for it to go over than the San Fran defense has got a will fail and so then Casey's on a good roll I live here for me I'm not telling any of these guys out of blow their hundred grand but and they sit there for two weeks now when you made that bad to watch his weight on that I mean I'm sure people before the money a Saturday night without a doubt the only the only other thing I gotta ask you know is rob Lowe gonna be there and I fell had a that was the weirdest thing I think I've ever seen I didn't I don't know blink twice if you're being held are you a fan lining yeah because I like parks and rec did your father again fox executives access when I yeah and I mean that is that what happened is that back for the before the game for this that the shot NFL on fox hats like would not have made more sense according to his own son so but he's wearing a black cat with just the I know many sitting there with no smile on his face like he was like I live with my lighting if you got on the plane you'd be like there's the air marshal is that you also like you have to understand that sometimes like cameras in TV just catch people an awkward moments where like you might have just but in that moment happened like arresting **** space or something like it's not like he did have he was angry like it just could be like you because he was wearing that hat well I don't know yeah I don't know what else I don't know I don't think he's a he's not in Greek guy believe me it doesn't say I believe parks and rec rooms with rob Lowe yes I am I wish that was weird but anyway are good waffles thanks for stopping by no problem sixty second check headlines lightning in and let's get back with a lot more to do in the world of politics for example we're chatting and sixty.

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"frank jones" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:31 min | 3 years ago

"frank jones" Discussed on KGO 810

"Is a member of the family on the morning of June ten no one stirring around in the house. The and the his brother finally comes at breaks into the house finds a couple of bodies and runs out of the house scraping. They bring the town marshal. And he is as Hank Horton. Mr. Horton, courageously goes through the house. You have to understand. He has no reason to believe anything other than that. A crazed murderer is hiding somewhere in this house. There's a dark house he's holding matches in front of him with no gone to no form of protection. Olding matches in front of in front of his himself going from room to room finding bodies there are eight dead bodies in the house and longtime house in a small quiet, but western town, the and all of them hitting the head with an axe the access found as it usually is next to the body of a little girl. The man from the train was a pervert, and he was in stood in little little girl. Little girl was usually found in a in an attitude suggesting that she had been. She had been outraged after death the. In any case. The crime was not there was a great uproar as you can imagine. But the crime was not solved. Two years later, a con man named Jay Walker Sohn came to Alaska and realized that he could sustain a phony investigation of the crime by keeping people angry. He could keep donations coming in by keeping people angry. And he did that by accusing a very prominent local citizen. Frank Jones of financing the crimes. There isn't any chance in the world of Frank Jones was guilty or that he had any any connection to it. But this campaign to prosecute Frank Jones divided Felicita and a horrible and unprecedented way the city fought over whether or not Jones did it or didn't do it for several years and became Cape badly divided communities, you know, families on one side of the line wouldn't play with families on the other side of the line. They wouldn't go they wouldn't shop at their stores. They wouldn't wouldn't have anything to do with them that this battle lasted ballista for even though. Wilkerson was eventually run out of town in nineteen seventeen. The the battle went on for a long time and the hard feelings emanating from it. Persisted in the city. I I would say to an extent that they persist to the present day. You mentioned the piece about the. The person whipping up sentiment and making a false accusation to profit from it. And even that creates a pattern for all. Too often. How crime stories unsolved crime stories are treated yet at the same time. It speaks to the fact that there weren't cold case police officers working the crime still the crimes of that time might have been solved by after that period of time by somebody writing a letter confessing simply knowing somebody that wasn't meant to almost literally like fall in their lap, which again comes back to the the power of storytelling and how key but just by keeping by telling a story the beginning middle and end of these events. It doesn't matter. How old the story is is that it will get people to listen again and to reconsider again and most likely to connect again to that sense of outrage about what had happened and so. Static police report won't necessarily anger people. But when you start telling the story again, people are feeling, yeah. Yeah. That's right. And and that's but also keeps kind of the idea of the murder alive. It makes it it gives you a sensation. Again, it that is the core of sensationalism. But it does it makes you feel it again, the fact that this crime in happened had they had they built a, you know, any kind of memorial to the family had there been any had there been what had the town done to try to come to grips with the fact that this murder had happened prior to even this conmen coming to town or afterward. Well, there was I don't know that there was that kind of Santa. But I don't know that anyone built a memorial to them. For many years, the ballista authorities, and I would say this is still true today that peop- the chamber of commerce types types, invalid SCO, wished ballista was known for something else. Right. Right. The there is a house where the crime occurred is still standing and is operated as a kind of of tourism. It's it's shows up on paranormal TV shows and people pay to take tours of the house the, but if you drive around the Liska, there's no sign anywhere that says where the house is or know that we have signed saying where the doctors houses, but that, but where the what ballistic is known for is not mentioned anywhere. The that's not an appropriate. I goes without saying that that's not an appropriate memorial. Right. The. I don't know that you raise an interesting question. I don't know that in any of these cases there was a a proper memorial to the victims victims were mostly poor people mostly people without. Without well, one in the family was very well liked. They and the community. Thought well of them and the vigorous efforts to solve the crime were kind of memorial to them. But I don't think there was any physical memorial to them. Sometimes it's just a place where somebody always brings flowers. There's an effort to try to. So it doesn't mean enough to be like a statue. But it is interesting. How communities will will sometimes do that? Because that is their way of honoring. So, but I think you mentioned the economics piece that explains everything, you know, that that's one of the reasons why it's usually prominent citizens that enjoy that kind of status. The one of his one of the national chains crimes. The double murder in Colorado Springs. It murdered two families in one night and adjoining houses the, but if you if you go to that community where that happened now the people in that area still remember it it's still they they could tell ya. Oh, that's a house right there. It's still it has not forgotten many.

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"frank jones" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

07:31 min | 3 years ago

"frank jones" Discussed on WLAC

"The little girl is a member of the family on the morning of June. Ten no one is stirring around in the house. The. And the his brother finally comes and breaks into the house finds a couple of bodies and runs out of the house scraping. They bring the town marshal. And he his neighbors. Hank Horton, Mr. Horton, courageously goes through the house. You have to understand. He has no reason to believe anything other than that a crazed murderers hiding somewhere in this house as a dark house. He's holding matches in front of him. With no gun to know, former protection Olding matches in front of in front of his himself going from room to room finding bodies very eight dead bodies in the house and longtime house in a small, quiet. Western town, the and all of them hitting the head with an axe the access found as it usually is next to the body of a little girl. The mentioned the train was a pervert. And he was interested in little little girl. Little girl was usually found in a in an attitude suggesting that she had been. She had been outraged after death the. In any case. The crime was not there was a great uproar as you can imagine. But the crime was not solved. Two years later at conman named Jay Welker Sohn came to Valenica and realized that he could sustain a phony investigation of the crime by keeping people angry. He can keep donations coming in by keeping people angry, and he did that by accusing a very prominent local citizen Frank Jones of financially the crimes. There isn't any chance in the world of Frank Jones was guilty or that he had any any connection to it. But this campaign to prosecute Frank Jones divided Felicita and a horrible and unprecedented way the city fought over whether or not Jones did it or didn't do it for several years and became badly divided community, you know, families on one side of the line wouldn't play with families on the other side of the line. They wouldn't go to they wouldn't shop at their stores. They wouldn't wouldn't have anything to do with that. This battle lasted Valenica for even though. Roxanne was eventually run out of town in nineteen seventeen. The the battle went on for a long time and the hard feelings emanating from it. Persist in the city. I would I would say to an extent that they persist to the present day. You mentioned the that piece about the. The person in whipping up sentiment and making a false accusation to profit from it. And even that creates a pattern for all. Too often. How crime stories unsolved crime stories are treated yet at the same time. It it speaks to the fact that there weren't cold-case police officers working the the crime still the crimes of that time might have been solved by after that period of time by somebody writing a letter confessing or somebody knowing somebody that wasn't it went to almost literally like fall in their lap, which again comes back to the the power of storytelling and how key but just by keeping by telling a story the beginning middle and end of these events. It doesn't matter. How old the story is is that it will get people to listen again and to reconsider again and most likely to connect again to that sense of outrage about what had happened and so. Static police report won't necessarily anger people. But when you start telling the story, again, people surfing like, yeah. Yeah. That's right. And that's but also keeps kind of the idea of the murder alive. It makes it it gives you a sensation. Again, that is the core of sensationalism. But it does it makes it sorta make you feel it again, the fact that this crime in happened had they had they built a, you know, any kind of memorial to the family of their been any Heather been what had the town done to try to come to grips with the fact that this murder had happened prior to even this conmen coming to town or afterward. The. Well, there was I don't know that there was that kind of Santa that. I don't know that anyone built a memorial to them. For many years of Alaska. Authorities and I would say this is still true today that peop- the the chamber of commerce types types in Velasco wished Velasco was known for something else. Right, right. The there is a house where the crime occurred is still standing and is operated as a kind of of tourism. It's it's shows up on paranormal TV shows and people pay to take tours of the house the, but if you drive around the Liska, there's no sign anywhere that says where the house is that we assign saying where the doctor's house has. But that but where the what ballistic is known for is not mentioned anywhere. The that's not an appropriate. I it goes without saying that that's not an appropriate memorial. Right. The I don't know that it you raise an interesting question. I don't. I know that in any of these cases there was a a proper memorial to the victims victims were mostly poor people mostly people without. Without one in the more family was very well liked and the community. Thought well of them and the vigorous efforts to solve the crime were kind of memorial to them. But I don't think there was any physical memorial to them. Sometimes it's just a place where somebody always brings flowers. In an effort to try to. So it doesn't need to be like a statue. But it is interesting. How communities will sometimes do that? Because that is their way of honoring. So, but I think you mentioned the economics piece that explains everything, you know, that that's one of the reasons why it's usually prominent citizens that enjoy that kind of status. The one of his one of the national chains crimes. The double murder in Colorado Springs, murdered two families in one night and adjoining houses the, but if you if you go to that community where that happened now the people in that area still remember it it's still they they could tell ya. Oh, that's a house right there. It's still it has not forgotten.

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"frank jones" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:31 min | 3 years ago

"frank jones" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Girl is a member of the family on the morning of June. Ten no one is stirring around in the house. The and the his brother finally comes and breaks into the house finds a couple of bodies and runs out of the house screaming they bring the town marshal, and he is named as Hank Horton, Horton courageously goes through the house. You have to understand. He has no reason to believe anything other than that. A crazed murderer is hiding somewhere in this house is a dark house. He's holding matches in front of him. With no gun to form of protection holding matches in front of in front of his himself going from room to room finding bodies. There are eight dead bodies in the house and long house in a small quiet. Western town, the and all of them hitting the head with an axe the access found as it usually is next to the body of a little girl. The mansion the train was a pervert. And he was interested in little little girl. Little girl was usually found in a in an attitude suggesting that she had been. She had been outraged after death the. In any case. The crime was not there was a great uproar as you can imagine. But the crime was not solved. Two years later at conman named Jay Walker Sohn came to Valenica and realized that he could sustain a phony investigation of the crime by keeping people angry. He could keep donations coming in by keeping people angry, and he did that by accusing a very prominent local citizen. Frank Jones of financing the crimes. There isn't any chance in the world of Frank Jones was guilty or that he had any any connection to it. But this campaign to prosecute Frank Jones divided Felicita in a horrible and unprecedented way the city fought over whether or not Jones did it or didn't do it for several years and became badly divided community, you know, families on one side of the line wouldn't play with families on the other side of the line. They wouldn't go to they wouldn't shop at their stores. They wouldn't wouldn't have anything to do with. This battle lasted ballista for even though. Welker was eventually run out of town in nineteen seventeen. The the battle went on for a long time and the hard feelings emanating from it. Persisted in the city. I I would say to an extent that they persist to the present day. You mentioned the piece about the. The person whipping up sentiment and making a false accusation to profit from it. And even that creates a pattern for all too often. How? Crime stories unsolved. Crime stories are treated yet at the same time. It it speaks to the fact that there weren't cold-case police officers working the the crime still the crimes of that time might have been solved by after that period of time by somebody writing a letter confessing or somebody knowing somebody that wasn't almost literally like fall in their lap, which again comes back to the the power of storytelling and how key but just by keeping by telling a story the beginning middle and end of these events. It doesn't matter. How old the story is is that it will get people to listen again and to reconsider again and most likely to connect again to that sense of outrage about what had happened and so. A static police report won't necessarily anger people. But when you start telling the story again, people are feeling, yeah. Yeah. That's right. And and that's but also keeps kind of the idea of the murder alive. It makes it it gives you a sensation. Again, it that is the core of sensationalism. But it does it makes it of make you feel it again, the fact that this crime in happened had they had they built a, you know, any kind of memorial to the family had there been any had there been what had the town done to try to come to grips with the fact that this murder had happened prior to even this conmen coming to town or afterward. The well there was I don't know that there was that kind of sentiment. I don't know that anyone built a memorial to them. For many years of Alaska. Authorities and I would say this is still true today that peop- the the chamber of commerce types types in Velasco wished to bliscoll was known for something else. Right, right. The there is a house where the crime occurred is still standing and is operated as a kind of of tourism. It's it's shows up on paranormal TV shows and people pay to take tours of the house the, but if you drive around Liska, there's no sign anywhere that says where the house is now that we assign saying where the doctors houses, but that, but where the what is known for is not mentioned anywhere. The that's not an appropriate. I it goes without saying that that's not an appropriate memorial. The I don't know that it you raise an interesting question. I don't. I know that in any of these cases there was a proper memorial to the victims victims were mostly poor people mostly people without. Without in the more family was very well liked. They and the community thought well of them and the vigorous efforts to solve the crime were kind of memorial to them. But I don't think there was any physical memorial to them. Sometimes it's just a place where somebody always brings flowers. There's an effort to try to. So it doesn't even have to be like a statue. But it is interesting. How communities will will sometimes do that? Because that is their way of honoring. So, but I think you mentioned the economics piece that explains everything, you know, that that's one of the reasons why it's usually prominent citizens that enjoy that kind of status. The one of his one of the national chains crimes. The double murder in Colorado Springs emerged to families in one night and adjoining houses the, but if you if you go to that community where that happened. Now, the people in that area is still remember it. Still they they could tell ya. Oh, that's a house right there. It's still it has not forgotten many.

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"frank jones" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:28 min | 3 years ago

"frank jones" Discussed on KTOK

"Prominent local citizens Frank Jones of financing the crimes. There isn't any chance in the world of Frank Jones was guilty or that he had any any connection to it. But this campaign to prosecute Frank Jones divided Felicita in a horrible and unprecedented way the city fought over whether or not Jones did it or didn't do it for several years and became badly divided communities families on one side of the line wouldn't play with families on the other side of the line. They wouldn't go that they wouldn't shop at their stores. They wouldn't wouldn't have anything to do with them that this battle lasted ballista for even though. Raucous and was eventually run out of town in nineteen seventeen. The the battle went on for a long time and the hard feelings emanating from it. Persist in the city. I would I would say to an extent that they persist to the present day. You mentioned the piece about the. The person in whipping up sentiment and making a false accusation to profit from it. And even that creates a pattern for all. Too often. How crime stories unsolved crime stories are treated yet at the same time. It it speaks to the fact that there weren't cold-case police officers working the crime still the crimes of that time might have been solved by after that period of time by somebody writing a letter confessing or somebody knowing somebody that wasn't it went to almost literally like fall in their lap, which again comes back to the the power of storytelling and how key but just by keeping by telling a story the beginning middle and end of these events. It doesn't matter. How old the story is is that it will get people to listen again and to reconsider again and most likely to connect again to that sense of outrage about what had happened. And so, you know, a static police report. Won't necessarily anger people. But when you start telling the story again, people are feeling, yeah. Yeah. That's right. And and that's but also keeps kind of the idea of the murder alive. It makes it it gives you a sensation. Again, that is you know, the core of sensationalism. But it does it makes you feel it again, the fact that this crime in happened had they had they built a, you know, any kind of memorial to the family had there been any Heather been what had the town done to try to come to grips with the fact that this murder had happened prior to even this conmen coming to town or afterward. The well there was I don't know that there was that kind of sentiment. I don't know that anyone built a memorial to them. For many years of Alaska. Authorities and I would say this is still true today that peop- the the chamber of commerce types types, inva- Liska wish that ballista was known for something else. Right. Right. The there is a the house where the crime occurred is still standing and is operated as a kind of of tourism. It's the it's shows up on paranormal TV shows and people pay to take tours of the house the, but if you drive around let's go there's no sign anywhere. That says where the house is now that we assign saying where the doctors houses, but that, but where the what is known for is not mentioned anywhere. The that's not an appropriate. I it goes without saying that that's not an appropriate memorial. Right. The I don't know that it you raise an interesting question. I don't. I know that in any of these cases there was a proper memorial to the victims victims were mostly poor people mostly people without. Without one in the family was very well liked. They and the community thought well of them and the vigorous efforts to solve the crime were kind of memorial to them. But I don't think there was any physical memorial to them. Sometimes it's just a place where somebody always brings flowers or there's an effort to try to. So it doesn't mean enough to be like a statue. But it is interesting. How communities will will sometimes do that? Because that is their way of honoring. So, but I think you mentioned the economics piece that explains everything, you know, that that's one of the reasons why it's usually prominent citizens that enjoy that kind of status. Not the one of one of the national chains crimes. The double murder in Colorado Springs, emerged two families in one night in joining houses the, but if you if you go to that community where that happened. Now, the people in that area is still remember it. It's still they tell ya. Oh, that's a house right there. It's still it has not forgotten.

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"frank jones" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:33 min | 3 years ago

"frank jones" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The little girl is a member of the family on the morning of June. Ten no one is stirring around in the house. The and the his brother finally comes and breaks into the house finds a couple of bodies and runs out of the house scraping. They bring the town marshal. And he is named as hang coordin-. Mr. Horton, courageously goes through the house. You have to understand. He has no reason to believe anything other. Than that a crazed murderers hiding somewhere in this house. It is a dark house. He's holding matches in front of him. With no gun. No, former protection Olding matches in front of in front of his himself going from room to room finding bodies very eight dead bodies in the house lawn house in a small quiet western town. The all of them hitting the head with an axe the access found as it usually is next to the body of a little girl. Imagine the train was a pervert. And he was interested in little little girl. Little girl was usually found in a in an attitude suggesting that she had been. She had been outraged after that the. In any case. The crime was not there was a great uproar as you can imagine. But the crime was not solved. Two years later at conman named Jay in Walkerton came to Valenica and realized that he could sustain a phony investigation of the crime by keeping people angry. He could keep donations coming in by keeping people angry, and he did that by accusing a very prominent local citizen. Frank Jones of financing the crimes. There isn't any chance in the world of Frank Jones was guilty or that he had any any connection to it. But this campaign to prosecute Frank Jones divided Felicita and a horrible and unprecedented way the city fought over whether or not Jones did it or didn't do it for several years and became a badly divided community, you know, families on one side of the line wouldn't play with families on the other side of the line. They wouldn't go through they wouldn't shop at their stores. They wouldn't wouldn't have anything to do with them. This battle lasted Liska for even though. Roxanne was eventually run out of town in nineteen seventeen. The the battle went on for a long time and the hard feelings emanating from it. Persist in the city. I I would say to an extent that they persist to the present day. You mentioned the piece about the the person whipping up sentiment in making a false accusation to profit from it. And even that creates a pattern for all. Too often. How crime stories unsolved crime stories are treated yet at the same time. It speaks to the fact that there weren't cold-case police officers working the crime still the crimes of that time might have been solved by after that period of time by somebody writing a letter confessing somebody knowing somebody that wasn't it went to almost literally like fall in their lap, which again comes back to the the power of storytelling and how key but just by keeping by telling a story the beginning middle and end of these events. It doesn't matter. How old the story is is that it will get people to listen again and to reconsider again and most likely to connect again to that sense of outrage about what had happened. And so a static police report. Won't necessarily anger people. But when you start telling the story again, people are feeling, yeah. Yeah. That's right. And and that's but also keeps kind of the idea of the murder alive. It makes it it gives you a sensation. Again, that is you know, the core of sensationalism. But it does it makes it sorta make you feel it again, the fact that this crime in happened had they had they built a, you know, any kind of memorial to the family had there been any had there been what had the town done to try to come to grips with the fact that this murder had happened prior to even this comment coming to town or afterward. The well there was I don't know that there was that kind of sentiment. I don't know that anyone built a memorial to them. For many years of Alaska. Authorities and I would say this is still true today that peop- the chamber of commerce tribes types in Velasco wished to ballista was known for something else. Right. The there is a house where the crime occurred is still standing and is operated as a kind of tourism. It's it's shows up on paranormal TV shows and people pay to take tours of the house the, but if you drive around the list, there's no sign anywhere that says where the house is now that we have saying where the doctor's house, but that, but where the what Liska is known for is not mentioned anywhere. The that's not an appropriate. I it goes without saying that that's not an appropriate memorial. Right. The. I don't know that it you raise an interesting question. I don't know that in any of these cases there was a proper memorial to the victims victims were mostly poor people mostly people without. Without the more family was very well liked. They were and the community. Thought well of them and the vigorous efforts to solve the crime were kind of memorial to them. But I don't think there was any physical memorial to them. Sometimes it's just a place where somebody always brings flowers or there's an effort to try to. So it doesn't mean enough to be like a statue. But it is interesting. How communities will will sometimes do that? Because that is their way of honoring. So, but I think you mentioned the economics piece necks planes, everything, you know, that that's one of the reasons why it's usually prominent citizens that enjoy that kind of status. The one of his one of the national chains crimes. The double murder in Colorado Springs emerged to families in one night and joining houses the, but if you if you go to that community where that happened. Now, the people in that area is still remember it. It's still they they could tell ya. Oh, that's a house right there. It's still it has not forgotten many places.

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"frank jones" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:33 min | 3 years ago

"frank jones" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And he did that by accusing a very prominent local citizens Frank Jones of financing the crimes. There isn't any chance in the world of Frank Jones was guilty or that he had any any connection to it. But this campaign to prosecute Frank Jones divided Felicita in a horrible and unprecedented way the city fought over whether or not Jones did it or didn't do it for several years and became a badly divided communities, you know, families on one side of the line wouldn't play with families on the other side of the line. They wouldn't go they wouldn't shop at their stores. They wouldn't wouldn't have anything to do with them that this battle lasted Valenica for even though. Raucous and was eventually run out of town in nineteen seventeen. The the battle went on for a long time and the hard feelings emanating from it. Persist in the city. I would I would say to an extent that they persist to the present day. You mentioned the piece about the the person in whipping up sentiment and making a false accusation to profit from it. And even that creates a pattern for all. Too often. How crime stories unsolved crime stories are treated yet at the same time. It it speaks to the fact that there weren't cold case police officers working the crime still the crimes of that time might have been solved by after that period of time by somebody writing a letter confessing or somebody knowing somebody that wasn't it went to almost literally like fall in their lap, which again comes back to the the power of storytelling and how key but just by keeping by telling a story that beginning middle and end of these events. It doesn't matter. How old the story is is that it will get people to listen again and to reconsider again and most likely to connect again to that sense of outrage about what had happened. And so a static police report. Won't necessarily anger people. But when you start telling the story again people's fulfilling. Yeah. Yeah. That's right. And and that's but also keeps kind of the idea of the murderer alive. It makes it it gives you a sensation. Again, that is the core of sensationalism. But it does it makes make you feel it again, the fact that this crime in happened had they had they built a, you know, any kind of memorial to the family had there been any Heather been what had the town done to try to come to grips with the fact that this murder had happened prior to even this conmen coming to town or afterward. The well there was I don't know that there was that kind of Santa amount. I don't know that anyone built a memorial to them. For many years, the ballista authorities, and I would say this is still true today that peop- the the chamber of commerce types invalid ska wished to ballista was known for something else. Right. Right. The there is a house where the crime occurred is still standing and is operated as a kind of of blood tourism. It's it's shows up on paranormal TV shows and people pay to take tours of the house the, but if you drive around the Liska, there's no sign anywhere that says where the house is that we assign saying where the doctor's house has. But that but where the what bliss is known for is not mentioned anywhere. The that's not an appropriate. I it goes without saying that that's not an appropriate memorial. Right. The. I don't know that it you raise an interesting question. I don't know that in any of these cases there was a proper memorial to the victims victims were mostly poor people mostly people without. Without well, one in the more family was very well liked. They and the community. Thought well of them and the vigorous efforts to solve the crime were kind of memorial to them. But I don't think there was any physical memorial to, you know, sometimes it's just a place where somebody always brings flowers. In an effort to try to. So it doesn't mean enough to be like a statue. But it is interesting. How communities will will sometimes do that? Because that is their way of honoring. But I think you mentioned the economics piece that explains everything, you know, that that's one of the reasons why it's usually prominent citizens that enjoy that kind of status. The one of his one of the national chains crimes. The double murder in Colorado Springs. It murdered two families in one night and adjoining houses the, but if you if you go to that community where that happened now the people in that area still remember it it's still they they could tell ya. Oh, that's a house right there. It's still it has not forgotten many places.

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"frank jones" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

08:11 min | 3 years ago

"frank jones" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Member of the family on the morning of June. Ten no one is stirring around in the house. The and the his brother finally comes at breaks into the house finds a couple of bodies and runs out of the house scraping. They bring the town marshal. And he is named as Hank Horton. Mr. Horton, courageously goes through the house. You have to understand. He has no reason to believe anything other. Then that a crazed murderer is hiding somewhere in this house. It is a dark house. He's holding matches in front of him. With no gun no form of protection, holding matches in front of in front of his himself going from room to room finding bodies there. Eight dead bodies in the house long house in a small quiet, but western town, the and all of them hitting the head with an axe the access found as it usually is next to the body of a little girl. Imagine the train was a pervert. And he was interested in little little girl. Little girl was usually found in a in an attitude suggesting that she had been. She had been outraged after death the. In any case. The crime was not there was a great uproar as you can imagine. But the crime was not solved. Two years later, a con man named Jay and Welker Sohn came to Valenica and realized that he could sustain a phony investigation of the crime by keeping people angry. He could keep donations coming in by keeping people angry, and he did that by accusing a very prominent local citizen. Frank Jones of financing the crimes. There isn't any chance in the world of Frank Jones was guilty or that he had any any connection to it. But this campaign to prosecute Frank Jones divided Felicita in a horrible and unprecedented way the city fought over whether or not Jones did it or didn't do it for several years and became came badly divided community, you know, families on one side of the line wouldn't play with families on the other side of the line. They wouldn't go they wouldn't shop at their stores. They wouldn't have anything to do with them that this battle lasted Valenica for even though. Raucous and was eventually run out of town in nineteen seventeen. The the battle went on for a long time and the hard feelings emanating from it. Persist in the city. I I would say to an extent that they persist to the present day. You mentioned the piece about the the person in whipping up sentiment and making a false accusation to profit from it. And even that creates a pattern for all. Too often. How crime stories unsolved crime stories are treated yet at the same time. It speaks to the fact that there weren't cold-case police officers working the crime still the crimes of that time might have been solved by after that period of time by somebody writing a letter confessing or somebody knowing somebody that wasn't it went to almost literally like fall in their lap, which again comes back to the the power of storytelling and how key but just by keeping by telling a story the beginning middle and end of these events. It doesn't matter. How old the story is is that it will get people to listen again into reconsider again and most likely to connect again to that sense of outrage about what had happened. And so a static police report. Won't necessarily anger people. But when you start telling the story again people's refilling. Yeah. Yeah. That's right. And and that's but also keeps kind of the idea of the murder alive. It makes it gives you a sensation. Again, that is the core of sensationalism. But it does it makes you feel it again, the fact that this crime in happened had they had they built a, you know, any kind of memorial to the family of there been any Heather been what had the town done to try to come to grips with the fact that this murder had happened prior to even this conmen coming to town or afterward. The well there was I don't know that there was that kind of sentiment. I don't know that anyone built a memorial to them. For many years, the ballista authorities, and I would say this is still true today that peop- the the chamber of commerce types types, inva- Liska wished Velasco was known for something else. Right, right. The there is a house where the crime occurred is still standing and is operated as a kind of of tourism. It's it's shows up on paranormal TV shows and people pay to take tours of the house the, but if you drive around the Liska, there's no sign anywhere that says where the house is now that we signed saying where the doctor's house has. But that but what what ballistic is known for is not mentioned anywhere. The that's not an appropriate. I it goes without saying that that's not an appropriate in the Mario the. I don't know that you raise an interesting question. I don't know that in any of these cases there was a proper memorial to the victims victims were mostly poor people mostly people without. Without one in the family was very well liked. They and the community thought well of them and the vigorous efforts to solve the crime were kind of memorial to them. But I don't think there was any physical memorial to them. Sometimes it's just a place where somebody always brings flowers. There's an effort to try to. So it doesn't enough to be like a statue. But it is interesting. How communities will will sometimes do that? Because that is their way of honoring. So, but I think you mentioned the economics piece that explains everything that's one of the reasons why it's usually prominent citizens that enjoy that kind of status. The one of his one of the national chains crimes. It was the double murder in Colorado Springs, murdered two families in one night and adjoining houses the, but if you if you go to that community where that happened now the people in that area still remember it still they they could tell ya. Oh, that's a house right there. It's still has not forgotten many places many places where these crimes occurred it was so long ago that it's totally an absolutely forgotten. But in some of them, it's still quite well, remember, I want it. You know, I'm I'm gonna make a sacrifice here because I was really hoping to finish the book before the interview. But I really want to get to the part about how you think you have narrowed down this suspect. So let's let's go through. Let's go through that process. Ninety victims starting in the late nineteenth century going up to the early twentieth. Century of one man, the man on the train does he have a name next on.

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"frank jones" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:31 min | 3 years ago

"frank jones" Discussed on KTRH

"Girl is a member of the family on the morning of June. Ten no one is stirring around in the house. The. And the his brother finally comes and breaks into the house finds a couple of bodies and runs out of the house, grabbing they bring the town marshal, and he is named as Hank Horton. Mr. Horton, courageously goes through the house you have to understand. He has no reason to believe anything other than that. A crazed murderer murderers hiding somewhere in this house as a dark house. He's holding matches in front of him. With no gun no form of protection, holding matches in front of in front of his himself going from room to room finding bodies very eight dead bodies in the house and long house in a small, quiet. Western town, the and all of them hitting the head with an axe the access found as it usually is next to the body of a little girl. The man from the train was a pervert. And he was interested in little little girl. Little girl was usually found in a in an attitude suggesting that she had been. She had been outraged after death the. In any case. The crime was not there was a great uproar as you can imagine. But the crime was not solved. Two years later at conman named Jan Walkerton came to Valenica and realized that he could sustain a phony investigation of the crime by keeping people angry. He can keep donations coming in by keeping people angry. And he did that by accusing a very prominent local citizens Frank Jones of financing the crimes. There isn't any chance in the world of Frank Jones was guilty or that he had any any connection to it. But this campaign to prosecute Frank Jones divided Felicita and a horrible and unprecedented way the city fought over whether or not Jones did it or didn't do it for several years and became came badly divided communities, you know, families on one side of the line wouldn't play with families on the other side of the line. They wouldn't go to they wouldn't shop at their stores. They wouldn't wouldn't have anything to do with them that this battle lasted ballista for even though. Roxanne was eventually run out of town in nineteen seventeen. The the battle went on for a long time and the hard feelings emanating from it. Persist in the city. I I would say to an extent that they persist to the present day. You mentioned the piece about the. The person in whipping up sentiment in making a false accusation to profit from it. And even that creates a pattern for all. Too often. How crime stories unsolved crime stories are treated yet at the same time. It it speaks to the fact that there weren't cold-case police officers working the the crime still the crimes of that time might have been solved by after that period of time by somebody writing a letter confessing or somebody knowing somebody that wasn't it went to almost literally like fall in their lap, which again comes back to the the power of storytelling and how key but just by keeping by telling a story the beginning middle and end of these events. It doesn't matter. How old the story is is that it will get people to listen again and to reconsider again and most likely to connect again to that sense of outrage about what had happened. And so, you know, a static police report. Won't necessarily anger people. But when you start telling the story again people's fulfilling. Yeah. Yeah. That's right. And and that's but also keeps kind of the idea of the murder alive. It makes it it gives you a sensation. Again, that is the core of sensationalism. But it does it makes it sorta make you feel it again, the fact that this crime in happened had they had they built a, you know, any kind of memorial to the family had there been any Heather been what had the town done to try to come to grips with the fact that this murder had happened prior to even this convent and coming to town or afterward. The well there was I don't know that there was that kind of Santa. But I don't know that anyone built a memorial to them. For many years of Alaska. Assorted. And I would say this is still true today that the chamber of commerce types types in Velasco wished to ballista was known for something else. Right. Right. The at there is a the house where the crime occurred is still standing and is operated as a kind of of tourism. It's it's shows up on paranormal TV shows and people pay to take tours of the house the, but if you drive around Liska, there's no sign anywhere that says where the house is that we assign saying where the doctor's house has. But that, but the what list is known for is not mentioned anywhere. The that's not an appropriate. I it goes without saying that that's not an appropriate memorial. Right. The. I don't know that you raise an interesting question. I don't know that in any of these cases there was a proper memorial to the victims victims were mostly poor people mostly people without. Without one in the more family was very well liked. They and the community thought well of them and the vigorous efforts to solve the crime were kind of memorial to them. But I don't think there was any physical memorial to, you know, sometimes it's just a place where somebody always brings flowers. There's an effort to try to. So it doesn't enough to be like a statue. But it is interesting. How communities will will sometimes do that? Because that is their way of honoring. So, but I think you mentioned the economics piece that explains everything, you know, that that's one of the reasons why it's usually prominent citizens that enjoy that kind of status. The one of his one of the national chains. Crimes the double murder in Colorado Springs, emerged to families in one night and adjoining houses the, but if you if you go to that community where that happened. Now, the people in that area is still remember it. It's still they they could tell ya. Oh, that's a house right there. It's still it has not forgotten many.

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"frank jones" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:31 min | 3 years ago

"frank jones" Discussed on KGO 810

"A member of the family on the morning of June. Ten no one is stirring around in the house. The. And the his brother finally comes at breaks into the house finds a couple of bodies and runs out of the house scraping. They bring the town marshal. And he is neighbors. Hank horton. Mr. Horton, courageously goes through the house. You have to understand. He has no reason to believe anything other than that. A crazed murderer is hiding somewhere in this house. There's a dark house he's holding matches in front of him. With no gun. No, former protection holding matches in front of in front of his himself going from room to room finding bodies. There are eight dead bodies in the house and long towel in a small quiet, but western town, the and all of them hitting the head with an axe the access found as it usually is next to the body of a little girl. The man from the train was a pervert. And he was in in little little girl. Little girl was usually found in a in an attitude suggesting that she had been. She had been outraged after death the. In any case. The crime was not there was a great uproar as you can imagine. But the crime was not solved. Two years later. Conman named Jay Walker Sohn came to Alaska and realized that he could sustain a phony investigation of the crime by keeping people angry. He could keep donations coming in by keeping people angry. And he did that by accusing a very prominent local citizen. Frank Jones of financing the crimes. There isn't any chance in the world of Frank Jones was guilty or that he had any any connection to it. But this campaign to prosecute Frank Jones divided Felicita and a horrible and unprecedented way the city fought over whether or not Jones did it or didn't do it for several years and became Kepa badly divided community, you know, families on one side of the line wouldn't play with families on the other side of the line. They wouldn't go to they wouldn't shop at their stores. They wouldn't wouldn't have anything to do with them that this battle lasted Liska for even though. Wilkerson was eventually run out of town in nineteen seventeen. The the battle went on for a long time and the hard feelings emanating from it. Persisted in the city. I would I would say to an extent that they persist to the present day. You mentioned the that piece about the. The person whipping up sentiment and making a false accusation to profit from it. And even that creates a pattern for all. Too often. How crime stories unsolved crime stories are treated yet at the same time. It it speaks to the fact that there weren't cold-case police officers working the crime still the crimes of that time might have been solved by after that period of time by somebody writing a letter confessing somebody knowing somebody that wasn't it went to almost literally like fall in their lap, which again comes back to the the power of storytelling and how key but just by keeping by telling a story the beginning middle and end of these events. It doesn't matter. How old the story is is that it will get people to listen again and to reconsider again and most likely to connect again to that sense of outrage about what had happened. And so, you know, a static police report. Won't necessarily anger people. But when you start telling the story again, people are feeling, yeah. Yeah. That's right. And and that's but also keeps kind of the idea of the murder alive. It makes it it gives you a sensation. Again, that is the core of sensationalism. But it does it makes you feel it again, the fact that this crime happened had they had they built a, you know, any kind of memorial to the family had there been any had there been what had the town done to try to come to grips with the fact that this murder had happened prior to even this conmen coming to town or afterward. The well there was I don't know that there was that kind of Santa bat. I don't know that anyone built a memorial to them. For many years of Alaska. And I would say this is still true today. The peop- the chamber of commerce types types, invalids go wished to ballista was known for something else. Right, right. The there is a house where the crime occurred is still standing and is operated as a kind of of tourism. It's it's shows up on paranormal TV shows and people pay to take tours of the house the, but if you drive around the Liska, there's no sign anywhere that says where the house is or you know, that we have signed saying where the doctors houses, but the, but where the what ballistic is known for is not mentioned anywhere. The that's not an appropriate. I it goes without saying that that's not an appropriate memorial. Right. The I don't know that it you raise an interesting question. Don't know that in any of these cases, there was a proper memorial to the victims victims were mostly poor people mostly people without. Without the more family was very well liked. They and the community. Thought well of them and the vigorous efforts to solve the crime were kind of memorial to them. But I don't think there was any physical memorial to them. Sometimes it's just a place where somebody always brings flowers. There's an effort to try to. So it doesn't even have to be like a statue. But it is interesting. How communities will will sometimes do that? Because that is their way of honoring. But I think you mentioned the economics piece that explains everything that that's one of the reasons it's usually prominent citizens that enjoy that kind of status. The one of his one of the national chains crimes. The double murder in Colorado Springs. It murdered two families in one night and adjoining houses the, but if you if you go to that community where that happened. Now, the people in that area is still remember it and yet still they they could tell ya. Oh, that's that house right there. It's still it has not forgotten many.

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"frank jones" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"frank jones" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"So you're later and she was with some men on the beach, just walking on the beach in one thousand nine hundred nine. A member of the navy visited a brothel in Barbados and claim to have run into Amy, recognizing him as an American. Amy supposedly told him her name said that she was being held against her will and ask for help and said, I'm Amy Bradley from Virginia. Please help me and I'm being held against my will. Fortunately, the officer kept the information to. Health, fearing the repercussions that would come with the solicitation of a sex worker. So he did not contact the Bradley's until after his retirement, and then he went on their website and contacted them and said, oh, back in one thousand nine hundred nine. I ran into her. Why at that point? Why would you fucking saying anything your job? Terrible. I'm sure it was weighing on his conscious. I hope it was. Yeah, it's terrible, terrible. So the brothel in question. So finally investigators went and like, check this place out head recently burnt down completely. So there's nothing they can do. The fall of nineteen ninety nine. A man named Frank Jones contacted the Bradley's claim that Colombian gangsters were holding Amy on the island, of course. Oh, he claimed to be a former member of the American special forces and said, he could help free Amy, and he had an eyewitness to Amy's location who was a cook. This woman who described Amy's tattoos to a t. she even describe it a lullaby. She heard Amy singing that Amy's mother had taught her. So her mother was like, I recognize that song to other former former navy seals were sent to Corso to determine Amy's location. And then Joan Frank Jones demanded more money to fund the armed rescue. He's like, I need money to pull this off basically. But first Bradley's we need proof that our daughters actually like with you and earn out with you. But like you know where she is in Brian's gonna give you money, right? So he sent a photo of a woman resembling Amy in which some of her tattoos are visible in the Bradley sent him two hundred ten thousand dollars, and then the Bradley's were instructed to fly to Florida to wait for a call from Frank Jones to let them know Amy. Had been rescued. So they waited in a hotel for a week just like waiting on word that the heist had gone. Well, the heist. I don't know what the word is. The rescue mission had gone well with these navy seals and they finally got a call from one of Jones's associates told them he had learned that the whole operation was a scam,.

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"frank jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"frank jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"To connecticut frank jones's frank you're on the fan doing jj how are you but what i i know what you're saying what role mining sanchez and there is no doubt sanchez headed no doubt but but all dish hitting and all this power the yankees didn't take off until they got onto orange torres let's be real i mean i mean they were nice those two ks at now here's what i think it's going to happen over one hundred sixty two games i don't wanna hear about all numbers because sometimes not not in changes case could be distorted because if you look at our hitches vish on page twenty home isn't knocking seventy runs do you really think he's making really major impact out dancers no really player on his team i wouldn't have top flight player on the team much as an average player on the day that'll be a twenty home can shut me seventy five runs and it sounds pretty good right spectacular i mean frank let's say no no no i'm gonna let you make your point wanting in seventy seven in the outfield that's very very different bill let's say thirty ninety behind i can't wait any to gain i can't wait into games because i can't tell you how many games they're going gonna win if sanchez missed fifty games i don't know if they're gonna go thirty twenty i don't know if they're gonna go twenty five and twenty five but i can tell you this you're gonna have a better average hit and then number five hold now that's not true right now right now it's true i mean eighties as seventy or seventy five at bats sample size that's the mistake you making you tell me asta romance better average hitter yeah over two months he's got like seventy or eighty at bats for their careers what is gary sanchez gary sanchez for his career i wanna make sure i have this spot on accurate i career is to sixty one header to sixty one thirty points hired in austin rama so much for that theory eight seven seven thirty seven sixty six sixty six this a up audience this fired up show i love the calls coming my way you guys are inuit yankees mets you're angry you're frustrated with the mets you have every right to be for the yankees i think you're going to realize you know even though he's been struggling how much you miss gary sanchez over this next month it's jj after dark keeping you company right here on the fan the world cup on fox maybe happening halfway around the world but you're connected to it it's in your dna perhaps you've heard of the brilliance of rinaldo what if part of your dna originated in portugal or maybe your dna connects you to argentina where messy is a national hero so this summer root for your roots watch the fever world cup on fox and let fox broadcast.

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"frank jones" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"frank jones" Discussed on WLAC

"You how to use the databases and the information and in the afternoon class i do my how to make a hundred grand a year but if you really want to to learn this business the best way is to go to investigator association meetings meet people get to know them see who's got the the the business the ideas the stuff that you want if you go to my web page a lot of the articles i write for our investigator trade journal pi magazine are on there by the way we've got we've got to link up right now so if you go to my web page and scroll down ed's name hit the link i hope you can take a lot of hits because you're going to get them at i can do it but yeah i put a lot of stuff on my web page to show people you know where to go and how to do and how to start i love to see people get into this business and do well you want to become a private investigator sir well two things to ask it's a the money of course but another thing that ed mentioned was to do some good and we things are going and our beloved republic we could use some more of the good guys and our side has where well there is an interesting question i'd be brutally honest with us auto if he wants to become a private investigator to quote do some good and quote is he going to be disappointed you too really do some good you're it's gonna take a lot of sweat and energy i have if you only took cases let's say you open the door right there you are frank jones private investigator you've got your office you've got a secretary that choose gum or something and you sit and you wait for the good cases in other words the i'm on a mission from god kind of cases i do you think that you'd starve to death.

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"frank jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"frank jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I agree with that and then my last question is obviously lebron james is the player most valuable to his team in the nba there twenty five win maybe thirty one team without him so james harden is gonna win the mvp like do you think that that award has lost its meaning at all no i really don't sam because lebron james was on a forty seven a forty eight win cavalier team and lebron had a great regular season wasn't his best regular season lebron defensively does not play over the course of eighty two games with that same sort of a lockdown inyourface nature because he doesn't have to let's be honest doesn't have to you gotta reward somebody who had his special years james and james harden whether you like them or not his year this year for houston is one of the best years a shooting guard has ever had in the league is a remarkable season for james on remarkable points per game officiency ratings look at the way was able to create cows a flat out stunning he deserves the mvp beyond the best team in the league i'd have no problem with that and i see your point you could give the mvp lebron james every year from two thousand in seven two thousand and eight on i know what he means is the top five all time player but no this year i wouldn't think twice if i didn't envy vote james on case caused let's say to bergenfield frank jones's frank here on the fan hey jj great show going back to the nfl draft with the giants taking barclay i think davis webb is the x factor here i mean last week or so i heard landon collins on your station and the guys up on the up the.

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"frank jones" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"frank jones" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"Frank gangs todd of the room is which eventually escalated to post is hung up around town accusing him of the crime he said we'll consensus linda the best defence to slain that is to prove what you said is true so that that the nation seat became con of many met a trough of france giants wilkinson had varies all witnesses who saw and heard things related to the crime these civil trial however happened in 1916 so for years after them it is so why did no one site any of these at the time of the murders and why they only saying it now one witness who had used previously testified at the inquest that he saw nothing unusual was now testifying saying he saw the son of freight joins into the mall high while the moore's was still at the children's program in the end wilkerson was found not guilty of slander now that's not to say the jury believed frank jones was involved in the murders but that there was enough evidence that accusing him of being evolved did not rise to the level of slander a grand jury was convened and the state sought an indictment against mansfield the details are private as they tend to be with grand juries but in the end they failed to indict mansfield reportedly because he had a payroll receipt and it proved that he was in illinois at the time of the murders this is centrally ended the legal case against frank jones but this widelyheld belief that he used his influence to sway the investigation and the results of that investigation away from himself it ruined his political career nazi made gains had a look to lose if if it came out that he was involved in the motives and i can't say look even if he was i imagine he would have had it all sign up taught so it could never be traced back to him but honestly i think him being tied to the case is just a case of maine's fills obsession with them it is one of the things that really leads me away from him is that slander case he had to know with his own background that taking a defamation case to court saying he saying i'm a murderer i'm not a murderer that was going to turn into a defacto murder trial for him and if he had.

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"frank jones" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

02:26 min | 4 years ago

"frank jones" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"Let's go by the way is a law smalltown diamond 1912 was about that believe presents winner our misery explosives 1912 was a 1912 and it was a town back data of about twenty five hundred people i think it's actually shrunk little bit since then but it is southwest iowa and of course i looked at an street views and was things like a wasn't little town unfortunately damn you google you can't drive past the actual murder site itself on google street i mean really i mean i know what i say damn you do going i am kind of looking at gift horse in the mouth okay let's talk about the the more family on the include joe cya more who's also news joe more also noted jb he was aged forty nine as wife sarah more aged thirty nine they lived with their kids in a house at 508 east second st louis scale iowa and so you can look it up on gulu away i did it still there and still as a tourist attraction by the way oh yeah delays house has been restored yeah it has been a sort of filaments disrepair there but somebody did restored is now on the list of historic places yeah which was kinda cool shack yeah okay therefore kids were herman mary arthur and paul us from oldest youngest terminal was eleven the oldest in paul the youngest was five so small kids i mean old enough to operate farm machinery sure but i mean nikki twelve jaakko get the thresher italy don't fall under again joe moore had a farm equipment business in liska which was reportedly very successful he started out years before i think about nineteen 100 working for a guy named frank jones also liska georgia frank for seven years before he left to start his own business he was the top salesman frank jones's farm business buddy left in nato seven reportedly because he didn't like working from seven a m to eleven pm 60s a week ago created by now yeah and when jo moore left t took the john deere account within which apparently didn't endear him to frank again beyond that had to be a pre valuable account towel i'm sure it was the john deere was probably the biggest account in town bahamian john years big in animals in the midwest and so recently that means it.

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"frank jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"frank jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Banned for call eight seven seven sixty six sixty six it was a really good with the mets on saturday i did out five nothing has shown that i and any okinawa's is home interro will it gives you nothing and admits to their credit in backtoback games rarely in the last three games have shown you ought to fight data showing you a little tenacity dave put together some nice call for behind ability to little too it'll too late but when you down five nothing you don't expect to win that game bruce tworun homer you get to run in the seventh you get another run in the eighth on the duda rbi single and i'm sure many of you got flashbacks to two years ago when woolmer florez in the bottom half an identing walks of the way he did against the washington nationals and i'm sure many of you may be thinking in the back of your mind is this gonna be the start of a signature mets run unfortunately the offense the mathematics the numbers not exactly in your favour here's the said reality for the mets even after winning four games in a row it's still five under you still double digit games out in both the division and the wild card race that's the reality that's why to me i wouldn't let these stretching games changed my mind said in any way if i'm sandy alderson that's still have an earning you to go as far as trying to get back in a race yet on having a chance to win something that not whole this team still has a force have a male but then you like to see that they fought back he liked to see that but it shouldn't change you reality of 2017 said stenaline new york frank jones's frank you're on the fat i agree we j i frankly do well buddy pledges other line my friend i've been watching the thank you very much for fifty years this this live that's going down to fugitive live tv judge ovalles young pitchers severino excellent we're not going to break out swan and in vain reasons that nobody spoke with joe girardi why is it gerardi's 430 yankees gave let me tell you.

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