31 Burst results for "Gaskins"

"gaskins" Discussed on The Suburban Women Problem

The Suburban Women Problem

06:16 min | 5 months ago

"gaskins" Discussed on The Suburban Women Problem

"Conviction, right? I think at some point we not only in the public sector but also in the private sector needed to be able to at some point need to be comfortable that this person is going to get to have a completely new slate. Second thing, another thing I think is it's very telling about a society that incarcerated young people, right? I always should generations from now when we are long gone a hundred years, 300 years from now, we're going to look back at this point in time. We incarcerate children with incarcerated children here, right? And for long term life sentences, right? And without absolving those people who have done egregious things. That saying that what you did was wrong man or her fruitful and Trump and won't traumatize other people for years also, that is not what I'm saying. But there is saying that, but it's some of the things that children are throwaway people. And if we know anything about ours, we can refresh anything about our childhood. There's so many things that we did good or bad. We mean different. That is so far from who we are now. I mean, there's so many things I can go to the whole policy list of things I think. I don't want to tell you what to do. I want you to think about what we do. Right. That's good. Right. Why the nation do we incarcerate children? Yeah. So we, on our podcast, we talk a lot about book vans and vans against critical race theory. And in your book, you also talk about how we have to first acknowledge the worst parts of ourselves and our history before we can move past them. Can you talk a little more about that? Here's the thing, a thing when it comes to this year, I think we as a nation, we just warped and what we think is important at times, right? For me to be able to see all the parts of me and be honest enough to express that, that's been critical about who I am too, right? I had to do something introspective. I had to see the worst, but also see the good, right? As opposed to acting like parts of me don't exist like as if none of us have negative desires and negative thoughts at any point in time, right? This is a lot about absolved in the heart and no way. But it is very important to me. It was important to me to be able to get to the point where the last words of my book is happiness is next, right? That's the last words in my book. Despite all the hard things I have to deal with, and I have to look into myself. And to be clear, it was hard to write this book. It was hard, right? Because things were coming up, that I didn't know that I forgot about it. And I was like, it's necessary for me to put it out there. It was necessary for me to heal. So that's on a micro level, nothing about American nation and a larger level. It's the same sort of work that needs to be done. But it's hard. And it doesn't look good. It's going to make some people disappointed inside and uncover some lies and things that we believe in culturally love to believe in doing participate in all those things. We want to be able where all people in this country can see happiness resides here. And I think the only way that gets to happen when we do this really like to call it skin peel and work, you know, these people work. Bruises it hurts. The sky but it replenishes, you know? And I think ultimately that's one of the purposes of this book, right? Like we're all possible. Everything's possible for us despite all we've been through. Well, I have tears in my eyes. That is beautiful. This has been just a very meaningful conversation to me. And thank you so much. We are going to end with some rapid fire questions on a little bit lighter note because I like that. Happiness is next. So in your book, you write a lot about playing the steel pan and has always been really important to you. What is your favorite song to play? I'm going to say it's called like a boss. By myself, Montana. Okay. You just Google something like that and you'll find it and you can go find your parent, this is it. That's my favorite song. Okay. So if you could be a guest star on any TV show, what would it be? Oh, wow. If I could be a guest on any television show right now, what would it be? Oh, it would be Abbott elementary. What do you do for self care? What do I do to talk to you? Well, right now, I've had a almost 8 week old daughter. Congratulations. So she's my self care. I mean. She's my stuff carrying that. She's what I do with my shop here now. I'm just with her, that's it. You're making me cry right and left. Okay, so your family is from Trinidad and Tobago. What is your favorite thing about Trinidad? Our carnival. We have a yearly carnival around her row, which is around half the holiday. I will cover this is Brandon as the best greatest show on earth. I strongly advise every human being to experience it at least once or 5 times, but at least one. It's the most literary experience you can add. I love it. What is the last thing that made you laugh out loud? I can't remember. I think this deprivation thing is kind of interesting, but you have an 8 week old daughter. So a lot of sleep deprivation. So it's hard to remember what you have for breakfast this morning, yes. I remember. I would say this much. I think I had something to do with my niece. My niece is 7, she just came back from Disney where I came with her aunts and whatnot. And her story about Disney World. We all have these circumstances in our lives and young. I remember I did this and that was the best thing when I was a kid. I feel like she just had that last week. I feel like she just had that. Well, that is the end of our rapid fire questions. Where can people find out more about you and your book? Yeah, of course the book can be purchased anywhere online. My website and all the pieces dot com or just follow me on social media. Well, thank you. It's been great talking to you and.

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"gaskins" Discussed on The Suburban Women Problem

The Suburban Women Problem

06:24 min | 5 months ago

"gaskins" Discussed on The Suburban Women Problem

"Stingy pays twice. That's not good. Well, the prison system is the largest provider. Mental health as well. This is a complicated issue that needs real legislation if we're ever going to make meaningful change. So I think this is the perfect time to bring in our next guest. Barbara gaskins is a mom to three boys. She founded an organization dedicated to incarceration reform and now she's running for Congress in North Carolina. So Barbara, you actually got arrested when you were rallying for voting rights in D.C., why do you think you're arrested during that rally? And while so many insurrectionists, as we saw on January 6th, were not. Well, she went to a rally and they went to a tourist event. Yeah, I mean, that was amazing that I it was the ticket is called incommoding. And so what I was doing was standing in front of us. I was inconveniencing his fence. Who were you inconveniencing? The fence. Whereas, you know, we saw what happened on January 6th, you know? We saw our capital overtaken and I think the largest charge was like 6 years. So that was really interesting, whereas I actually fight in my community and work towards helping with reentry efforts here in North Carolina. And there's literally people incarcerated for pretrial detention that has been in there about that much time. That amount of time. And still have not seen a judge still just waiting. I guess speaking of justice, criminal justice reform is one of your main issues on your platform. So can you just tell our listeners about your own experiences with the criminal justice system and work that you've been doing on the reform front? So at the age of 17, my brother and a friend of his actually found my calling card, my brother being 15 at the time. He and the other gentlemen involved. They didn't get charged. Me being 17, I was that chargeable age so to speak. And what they did was they actually held the case. So I was charged at 17 and I was convicted at 18. Now, granted, it was a misdemeanor, but just trying to move forward even at the age of 39 now, certain jobs are hard to get. Just because seeing that paper and seeing, I was charged with every call made. So my criminal background is 37 pages because of that. What? Over a calling card and you never outlive that it is my problem. And so, you know, trying to move forward, you would think that after obtaining a bachelor's and behavioral science, obtaining a master's injustice and security administration. And a host of certifications, you would think, you know, you kind of live that down. But it's like true thing you never live it down. And so I took it upon myself to just start researching, you know, what works. What connections do you see between the criminal justice systems and other issues like racial justice, mental health and the economy? We see how disproportionately black and brown people are incarcerated. Due to not being able to pay for bail, you know, something that simple. You are not just a mom, but you are a mom of black boys. So I just want to know how much of that experience or perspective plays into the work that you do. Oh my God. My oldest is 20 years old. And I saw us statistic and it may have been some years ago that there was like a huge potential for him to be involved in the criminal justice system. And so that right there was just really scary. And then just having to, you know, have that the dreaded talk as we call it. You know, when you get arrested, or when you get stopped, you know, you turn your car off, you turn your lights on, you know, arms on the steering wheel. You know sudden moves and it's just having to have that conversation. And like I said, my 20 year old. So every time he goes out, you know, I'm frightened. I empathize with that a 100%. I have a son that is just starting to learn how to drive. And while I'm all about making sure he stays in his lane and uses his turn signal. I also dread interactions with law enforcement and just hope that number one he doesn't have them, but if he does, he's equipped with the information to get out of that situation in one piece. So I completely empathize with everything that you're talking about. Well, thank you, Barba for joining us. Where can people go to find out more about you and your work? To learn more about me, I'm at WWW dot Barbara, the number four Congress dot com, I am also on Twitter at Barbara for NC. Okay, and we'll have that information in the show notes. Now we're going to take a quick break and when we come back, we'll have my conversation with Marlon Peterson. Thanks for joining us today on the suburban women problem. We would love to keep the conversation going. And to hear from you, our community of listeners. If you're not already a member of our Facebook group sweep, that's suburban women engaged in powered and pissed. We encourage you to join today. Sweep is a group of over 200,000 empowered women who are having meaningful conversations every day, and we would love for you to be a part of it. You can find a link to sweep on our website at the SW P pod dot com. Thanks again for listening, and enjoy the rest of the.

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"gaskins" Discussed on The Suburban Women Problem

The Suburban Women Problem

07:42 min | 5 months ago

"gaskins" Discussed on The Suburban Women Problem

"Hard topic with no easy answers, but I had a really meaningful conversation with Marlon Peterson who spent ten years in prison and is now an activist against gun violence and mass incarceration. He wrote a book called bird and caged and you need to read it. As soon as you can. It is hard to read, but don't put it down, keep reading it. But before my interview with Marlin will be joined by Barbara gaskins, a mom in North Carolina, who founded a nonprofit dedicated to incarceration reentry, and on top of that, she's also running for Congress. But let's start with a check in how are we feeling and we don't need to talk about our group chat because we all saw each other. We got to see each other. Yes. Yes, we never, I had never met Amanda. And we never all been together. I had never met Amanda either. So we all got together this weekend for a great reason, fundraiser for Jasmine for her reelection campaign and it was so special to hear the people that Jasmine works with and one of her other jobs. Not all of her jobs because we didn't have time for that. We were only there for a little over 24 hours. So that would have been impossible. But in her job, as a legislator, it was so inspiring to me to hear the things that people said about her, but I just want to share one thing and then I'll let everyone else talk. But there was someone he told me afterwards Dewey McLean, he went to the same college as my grandmother. Oh, wow. Oh yeah, he's from Oklahoma. Yeah. Yes, yes, from oak mogi Oklahoma born. But you know, he talks to his Republican colleagues and they'll say, oh, Jasmine had a great speech. That was a great speech. And he was like, oh yeah, are you going to vote with her? And like, oh no, no. Oh, did it. Did her speech change your mind? Oh, no, no, no, no, but it was a great speech. It was great. And man, if that doesn't just sum it all up right there. But I loved seeing Jasmine in her element because we actually got to see a little speech that she did, right? In the fundraising thing, I love seeing her in her element. Like this is her element. And I loved hearing this perspective about these great speeches because she is up there speaking truth the power so that when they don't vote for this really great Bill, she is making it on the record of exactly what they're not voting for, or when they do vote for a bad Bill. She's making sure that everyone knows exactly what horrible thing they just did and they can not say they didn't do it. And I loved that. Oh, I thought it was so good. I was like, oh. Me too. Me too. I was just really excited to have you all there. And to for you all to see the campus, where I do my full time work as well as to meet some of my colleagues. And it was just, it was a good weekend. I have to admit that when the people who were giving their speeches about me, they were talking, I was like, I don't know what to do with my hands. But I appreciated hearing it because sometimes I don't know that people are listening, or I don't know that I am making an impact. I just know that I'm doing it to make an impact, and I'm hoping that it's landing. And so to hear people say out loud, oh, this definitely lands. And we hope to see our leadership one day. You know that means a lot to me because it means that what I'm doing is not in vain and I am on the right track. And so that kind of motivated me to just keep on because it kind of like you realize people are watching, they're paying attention. And if the people who are on my side are paying attention, I know the people on the other side, they hear me, and like you said, Amanda, they can not feign ignorance and be like, oh, I didn't know I was voting for this thing. Oh, you knew, 'cause Jasmine told you. So, oh, so it actually reminded me of my grandfather, who was actually at D-Day in World War II and he helped liberate a concentration camp. And one of my earliest and most frequent memories of my grandfather was hearing this story about how he did this. And he said to me, his unit in the army made sure every town, man, woman and child, marched through this concentration camp, and he said the only thing that separated this camp from the town was a chain link fence you could see through. But they wanted to make sure that every single person at town could never say that they didn't know. And I thought about that as you were speaking because that to him, I think, was probably the most powerful thing he did in his entire life. And I feel like you are doing that every day you go into the capitol by saying no one can say they didn't know. Because I'm going to make sure they know. And that to me is like what you are doing at the capitol. Well, speaking of wars, Rachel, is there any new Ukraine information? I feel like this has been going on long enough now that other things are starting to dominate the news cycle a bit more. And so we're not hearing about it as much. And so you're like our resident Ukraine expert. I just live with one. It's like by osmosis. But what's interesting is that the beginning of this, my husband was really advocating for Ukraine to have more sophisticated weaponry. And the response to that was often well, it takes too much time to train them on these systems and the war is going to be over. But now we see. It's not over quickly. You know, I think one of the reasons why we're not talking about it so much. In addition to just the craziness of the news cycle in the United States and a lot of the news that's coming out is really, really hard. And we don't know how to process it. And I'm going to admit just for me sometimes if I see it, my social media feeds I scroll past it because it's going to take up a lot of emotional energy and so I can't allow myself to see it all the time. But there are extreme war crimes and human rights violations, we know this is happening and it's just I don't have the words. You can see the pictures for yourself if you want, but we know they've murdered the Russian military has murdered Ukrainian civilians and put them in mass graves. I mean, these are atrocities. And it is difficult. And I think a lot of the media in the United States doesn't talk about it because they also know their audience really doesn't have an appetite for it. And they're ratings based as well. So yeah, that would be hard for a lot of Americans to swallow that that is happening because I just don't think that they can wrap their head around. That is actually happening. To take that in and process it enough to be like, I can not believe this is happening right now today because the things that are happening that I've seen are these human rights violations, these are things that we read about in books and we're like, that is insane. I can't believe someone would do that. Or that nobody would stop them. Yeah. Exactly. I know. The other thing about this, I think, is that, I mean, slowly, not as quickly as we would like, and this is again gone on for a long time, but Russia is definitely being worn down. Really, their capacity continues to be reduced. And I think there is some light at the end of the tunnel. In addition to that, the really crippling sanctions are going to have a huge impact as we continue to take time. It's still only April. So it's like if you lose your job, right? If you lose your job today, you're not going to feel it. But in a month, you will feel that in two months, if you still don't.

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"gaskins" Discussed on Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"gaskins" Discussed on Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

"Pee wee gaskins. Implicated jim beattie in the nineteen eighty two assassination of death inmate. Rudolph tyner when poisoned snuck into. The prison didn't work. Gaskins con jim into mailing him fifty feet of wire that he used to detonate the bomb. That blew off timers head mortified at his unwitting involvement in the murder denied from ever communicating with we again and concern for his family. Jim ditched the book. He was writing about pee. Wee and the family moved from south carolina for a fresh start as the baby's began this new phase of their lives. We sat on death row. Awaiting his fate was proponents of the death penalty. Believe it or not accept his own and when that first bolt hit him she jumped out of her seat screen grand slow but the grand yes. There's nobody's fran from iheartradio at doghouse pictures. This is gashed my friend. My name is jim beattie. And i'm jeff keating's The peewee saga left a full impression on everyone in the baby family. Jim was nearly finished with the manuscript about the life and times of pee wee gaskins when he heard the shocking news about peewee spinal murder. I learn from the newspaper era. That few we gaskins had committed this murder of rudolph tyner and quite frankly. My first thought was wow. There goes my manuscript. I somehow always wanted to see some good or something worthwhile and yaskin's himself and i spent so many hours winning finding out that there were human traits that no long ever mentioned are ever talked about so when i heard what had happened i realized our never get to visit him again. jim was barred from visiting the prison for a second time in his life. The i was as a child when two inmates killed prison. Captain in a failed attempt to assassinate his grandpa wilson the prison warden the second as a forty two year old professor when peewee implicated him in the murder of rudolph. Tyner these events heavily on gem and in spite of anita's encouragement he didn't have the heart to finish the book. I said it just looks like the while the book can't and here he's martyred again and she really was very consoling and she always has been with this entire project right. We discussed that and she said oh. No the book. That's not over but i did put her aside not only did. Jim put the manuscript on the shelf but he and anita decided it was time to move. We visited atlanta. Every christmas loved it. We i worked at georgia tech homeless right away in their grant division. I wrote grants all my adult life. It was just something that i knew how to do. Talk three freshman english classes and the wonderful western. That i think they called it to one. Those are the only three courses that i taught at georgia state always console my students and tell them that they were not little always full on the campus. Hard times instructor. I left georgia state to teach it. As wonderful place called view it was a high. It's bible college then. It became the university of tax reform. Stop teaching in. I had a full time. Tenured job at beulah heights did hard work all so we went to the open door community which is legendarily you star in. It's opening up atlanta to homelessness as an issue in their offering shelter A bitter winter day in one thousand nine hundred eighty five proved life changing. We were volunteering at the open door community on a saturday taken..

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Pee Wee and Me

Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

01:13 min | 1 year ago

Pee Wee and Me

"Jim beattie new. As much as anyone could about south carolina's most notorious mass murderer and he was hopeful. His book peewee in me would be a full account of the meanest man in america. He was writing the novel that aimed towards redemption. It wasn't going to be like in cold blood a book. Jim taught on occasion. That was too sordid for jim. Storytelling approach. Jim was optimistic. That he could share some characteristics appear we that people often didn't see like honesty and compassion but in reality peewee rarely showed these traits in fact we told them this much during their interviews together. That's say would you ever lied to me thinking you know we'll but we're all friends he's not going to lie to me. I need a lot of me. And he thought for seconds and he looked right at me and said yes. I would say pretty we. You would lie to me when he said without hesitating half the time

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"gaskins" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"gaskins" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"We're excited to dive into that sounds gloriously creepy and again i just want to add to jeffords. It's it's really been a pleasure working with you on this one and also fight night. I in one commonality between those two. I think both of us had a good time helping. Develop the score To these podcasts. With some amazing local atlanta Studio musicians of the diamond street players which is sort of collective with Fight night we went in a really cool kind of james brown kind of gritty new york kinda funk sound and for this one it really does mimic that dusty carnival kind of like you know funhouse kind of vibe really really impressed with the way it turned out and it really is kind of a cool Cohesive piece of this show since wanted to put that out there too if you're into creepy music and The way it's incorporated into podcast. It's not overplayed. I think it's done really tastefully. And i think you guys did an excellent job of incorporating all that stuff that we worked with those guys on so kudos for that and just to kind of wrap things up guys to the process. We didn't get into the process much. I know that wasn't part of the show with the process of podcasting is just fascinating. It's so much fun. And so i had a fantastic team on this one again. Knowles been might ep on both projects. Dan bush who you spoke of was my director on fight night but our writers researchers who i mentioned earlier according to freeze jim robertson terry james our editor jeremiah prescott. I mean it's really especially when you do. These limited narratives true crimes. The teams are so important. We got a great team that works with us a doghouse pictures so i just want to give thanks to them and again thanks to the audience. You guys have grabbed onto this thing. We've got a bunch of listeners. Some great reviews. And i just really appreciate everybody. That's out there listening and Has been following the story. Yeah so follow their q. And listen and review now on apple podcasts. The iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcast and to learn more of for yourself. You can go to doghouse. Pictures dot com to get a bigger breath of jeff's work not just in the world of podcast but well beyond thank you as so much for tuning in folks. Let us know your thoughts which are make it easy to find us online. That's right you can find us on most of the internet locations of note. We are on facebook and twitter and youtube as conspiracy stuff were conspiracy stuff show on instagram. And while you're.

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"gaskins" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"gaskins" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"In crimes. Initially like my guesses. They didn't happen like an impulse relaxing. But they triggered something in pee. Wee's mind like this guy or this man or this child is is going to go down and so the plans started to churn in his mind and i feel at that point been there was no coming back from him like i. Would you know whether questions i would love to ask. Peewee. if he was still alive was hey. Did anybody walk away from betraying jawing from you. You know i mean. I think there's a couple out there that maybe he just never had a chance to get to but if he was ever able to walk back that impulsive thought that he ultimately normally acted on. There was probably a point of pride for him not to do that. Which makes more or maybe even that code is well been like you know. This is part of the code and now and this has to happen now and maybe same with other criminal like you have to set an example right like if i let this guy go and do this. What is everybody else gonna do to me. I think that's a common theme and a lot of criminal organizations. I want to give a quick example of the kinds of things that associate may be john about just so we. We have a picture. Here you you speak to someone. They market o'shea who tells a story about one like one of the schemes. Basically that he had come up with so for a time he will be working at a tobacco plantation or tobacco field and he and usually in associate would like clear all the tobacco that was stored up in a farm that had been cultivated. They cleared out of the or like take away basically to go sell it to somebody else right correct. And then they'd set the barn on fire. Correct they would make the money off of that crop but then the insurance company would pay the plantation owner the tobacco owner for that crop so it he basically doubled the money in the value of that tobacco by stealing it in an arson So you know. He's got an associate working with him on that. So if that associate goes john at a local la- same bar or something telling people about it. Then he's implicated in a serious crime so it's just a just want to give you an example there. Are there any other examples of town of the schemes that he would get up to yet. And let's use an example one of the murders. Because i think it's an hour into the names of the murder so the audience can enjoy him. But there's one murder that comes up where he basically because somebody's asked him to do a hit or at least a quiet. Somebody is a better way to put it but it turns into a murder and he brings these people with him makes them look at the dead body and basically says to him. You are now in accessory and if you go john's anybody else you're going first of all kill you. Let me just start with that. But even if for some reason you get away from the clutches. And i get you know put down. You're going down with me. Which by the way ultimately happens. So yeah he. He's he's going to tie you up all of this matt. He he's going to tie you up. Man getting outs okay pee. Wee's web no good i would. That's very gritty sequel to charlotte's web. I think they peeve raise the matic charlotte was so loving. Nice to wilbur and peewee. Oh my goodness so right now. Just in full disclosure as we are recording this interview. I don't know how the story fully ends. We're not to the last episode yet so everybody you should know that jeff did not give us give us too many spoilers. So we're listening right along with you. As as the show comes out and one of the questions that i really wanted to ask you is what lessons do do. We hope people can take from this narrative. What what can this story tell us. How can because. When i listened to this one of the things that struck me is this is this is important. This is informative. People should know the full story right of something that for many people may have just been a headline rate in their local news. So what what do you think people can take from this show and how can knowing the full breadth of this story. a how can it help authorities. How educate the public going forward. I think one of jim's children. And i just can't remember who said it right now spoke to that specifically and jim was talking to his son about this. How there are so many people especially young people out in the world. You don't know what's going on with him. It could be homeless. it could be family life. It could be an. He used a specific words. I hope it comes to me out. Layers maybe the word. He used stronger than that. And were so used again specifically this past year with the pandemic being in our bubble our kids that are close to us are loving wife or husband or aunts and uncles grandmas and grandpas that are close and our friends that are connected to that but there are so many. there's so much more going on in the communities underneath what we see that the authorities deal with but again they've got their hands full with so much going on as well so i think it's important for us to understand and maybe keep an eye out for the outliers. The people need to be brought into the world of good health and good education. And just don't know there's so many lost lives guess. Ben is a good way to put it. they're so many lost lives. And i don't mean lost like they've been killed but lost his in their walking out in the world with no guides and no love and no hands to hold them and when that happens you have a much better chance to be killed or taken or kidnapped or whatever. The violent act may be and at this point as we said before we don't want to spoil the story. It is a journey that you should take for yourself. Don't take our word for it. Check it out yourself pee. Wee gaskins was not my friend created by jeff. Kaeding episodes are available now. we like. You can't wait to hear how it ends jeff. In the meantime. I thank you so much for coming on the show today. But in the meantime what other projects are you working on either as an individual or through doghouse pictures we. We'd love to learn more about your work. I've got two more podcasts. I'm developing now. One is a cold case and the other is an international murder. Which i'm so excited to explore. I've got a feature film that i'm developing called. Follow me which is based on a critically acclaimed short story of the same name by a wonderful author named paul griner. And it's the story about a female photographer who hires a private investigator to follow her. And take pictures. But when the gig wraps the pictures don't stop and become more and more invasive and intimate relationship of diving into kind of self exploration and this world of photography and really a visual medium that.

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"gaskins" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"gaskins" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"For the past year. My life of sounded a lot like this. I've been home. We've been home day after day week after week month after month. This has become the comforting soundtrack of life. And it's been wild. Women have become mothers. Men have become fathers in my hand. I always thought that a kid could ruin. This is a podcast about origin. Stories about those moments big and small that transform us forever. This is wild season one home forever. Brought to you by me eric. Galindo and elliot's studios listened to while on the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcast and we're back east. Ut we talked a good bit already about his kind of outsized Mythical persona that really was this kind of disconnect from his actual stature and like the like you says kind of like high pitched voice which i think probably caused a lot of people to underestimate him and he was also a master manipulator in that he was even able to kind of get the cops office trail literally just like by kind of gives throwing them this like diversion. Like there's a. There's a part where he's like working under a a a truck or something and the cops looking for him in connection to a disappearance and he just says no pee wee gaskins here basically literally. It's just like the most base he had this confidence. I think that was infectious. And i think that's what led to this sort of cult of personality. You see with this weird ragtag band of characters that he sort of had under his sway. He almost as this kind of weird cult leader figure in some ways but your friend And also someone who is a very important part of the story. Dr jim beattie had a really interesting with peewee. He Both academically and personally And he really gives an incredible perspective on a lot of these stories in the podcast. Can you speak a little bit about how you got connected up with dr beatty and and what their relationship was yes. So a colleague of mine. And good friend courtney freeze new the beatty family and suggested based on the fact that he knew jim dr beatty had done all these interviews with peewee may be great podcast and a great way to explore a different angle of somebody that actually sat across the table from him for seventy one hundred interviews and so i was like well this would be first of all just a fascinating guy to talk to so when i was able to finally meet him and his wife anita. Who's in the podcast. As well i really was interested in wanted to explore the story of two different men. Both who grew up very close to each other geographically. I think it was eighty miles apart. Both who are very close in age to three years apart. Both who had worked in some of the same places even though at different times campbell soup factory that they came to know once those interviews started and how they ended up with such different lives again. Jim family may end literary professor ordained minister. And then pee wee gaskins a mass murderer family as well but you know six different wives. If i'm not mistaken not sure how many kids. But he had a few and it drew me to one of the things that i'm always interested in exploring which is nature versus nurture. So jim has this beautiful lovely upbringing. Peewee supposedly had very rough tough childhood. Maybe some abuse some sexual abuse that happened to him so jim wanted to explore this as well as did i. If if pee wee's upbringing his difference if he's loved as a child if he you know is not sent to these tough reform school early on if he's given a full education does he wind up different and and i always fascinated exploring that question. I'm so glad you see that jeff because this leads us to another commonality that experts perceive in mass murderers serial criminals sexual saulters and the like. Which is that many many serial murderers seem to have these horrific childhoods right and we know that gaskins criminal career started at a very young age with a troubled trio. They call themselves. I think somewhere in like eleven to thirteen years old. And i have a two part question but it's a tough question to really get our minds around. I don't know where will fall on the on the nature versus nurture debate. But it felt like some of the people that you encounter in the course of your journey have come to a conclusion that some folks are simply borne evil. Did you run into winter. Talking with people did anybody bring up this nature versus nurture argument. And if so how did they approach. How did they grapple with this. Will i feel. Jim definitely felt there was a. What's the right word. Feel like jim thought that there was a direct correlation between the two and he felt pretty strongly that if p we had a loving family or different upbringing that his life would have been different. I feel some of the reporters and some of the. I don't know if we did any psychologists. But i feel there was some other people that felt the same way jim did. There may have been a couple people that leaned towards born evil. But i really think after. They looked at the whole life that it was just this was an evil man and they couldn't put their fingers on exactly where that all began. When you go back to your first part of the question been my thought is from the fifteen twenty thirty years of exploring these stories. I can't find one. Serial killer or murderer did didn't have a bad upbringing. I'm still trying to find that one. In fact i was just laughing about this. The other day the one movie i think it was with nicholas cage and it was called eight millimeter about that and ultimately at the end even though he was in this dark crazy world the antagonise of the movie the killer set says i had a loving and i didn't believe it ruined the movie for says i was like no i'm every study we've explored has pointed to a traumatic past it. Felt like the script writer. Said this is the twist you know. I think it felt that way agree with you. Felt that way because those that commonality is so. It occurs at such a distressingly frequent level. You know i also trying to. I've been trying to find someone who had like a happy home life owed unquote whatever.

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"gaskins" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

14:25 min | 1 year ago

"gaskins" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Of sorts somebody. That head traveled with the carnival ring for years and the people that traveled with. Him seemed to be a good fit for what he was doing. Car thefts petty. Thefts things like that so very interesting character and just to stay in this realm before even get into the crimes of donald pee wee gaskins. Ask you about a story that was told in the latest episode of the podcast. Came out this past monday. I think it was called loved her to death. And there's a story in there. Where a former employer of pee. Wee's tells a story about peewee strength and the story is about somebody with a tire like a truck tire. Do you remember that. Can you tell us that story. I do because the employer did mention that and so i think it had something to do with like physically. Maybe getting the rim off now again. I'm not a big car guy. you know. One of those people could change tires on might have changed one before. But i think it had something to do with getting the rim off of the tire itself using very little tools or minimum tools. And the way that that employer described it the strength to do that is very very difficult even with the tools themselves. So yes i agree with you and i don't even know if we put this story in as well matt but he also was known to like lift huge tons or things over his head so his strength was massive especially for the also add experience with a great experience with automobiles in general right he had already. He also trained himself to have a very powerful karate. China's right by by basically using the metal end of his bed and hitting it repeatedly. And i mean hundreds or thousands of times to build up that muscle or whatever it was. I think we may even cover that story. More a little bit in this upcoming episode. But but yeah and then again guys you know you got to imagine you're in reform school in all of these things early on you're probably beat up for your stature. So you're just building a toughness. A nails tough exterior throughout your whole life because of again your environment. You know what you were. Exposed to early on the beatings. All of that stuff. This guy was no joke. Want to expand on what you brought up matt the idea of anecdote here. Jeff i in the course of this show. The listener encounters multiple people who've had personal experience with gaskins. And one thing that's fascinating before we even get to the first episode just overall one thing that was fascinating to me is that many of these people come to some surprising agreements about the nature of gaskins character and one thing that really stood out was oddly. Enough people would talk about how he was at times. Apparently charming and charismatic said he was a monster in human flesh and other folks said that the said like he was actually. He could seem really friendly. If you didn't know who you were talking to and that because that surprised me. I wanted to ask you in the course of this story. What surprised you were there. Any things really really surprised you about the way people talked about gaskins or his interactions. Well here's what i do it again. A lot of people stories in different ways. I'm not an investigative reporter and there's a lot of people that do true crime that have either that background or approach it that way. I approach it more of a story. That i'm interested in. I'm a guide for the audience. Sometimes i have some unknown things that come my way that i just wanna explore that. I think the audience will be interested in as well and so with this particular guy in this case when i first heard about it and you guys. I'm sure. Imagine this as well. It's like this is a serial killer or mass murderer. How can you fall for this behavior. Whatever it is but then you hear over the past many of these famous serial killers. Mass murderers how charming they are how they can ingratiate themselves into communities or families or groups or whatever it is and so i thought i put myself back in these guys shoes years ago and i was like. There's no way you would fall for that. But i was never in front of this guy. I was never faced with his with his charm or manipulation. Or the power of this guy staring at you from across the table or making a deal with you whatever it was so you think it may be one way. But you've never faced this guy personally. And so as much. As i tried to imagine that i really had to listen to all these people that actually had faced and come in contact with him and realize man. This guy was a snake charmer this guy rising manipulator and and you may think that you could fight his charming abilities but most oftentimes. You could not can't out slither a snake right. This is something. I thought a lot about with the very first episode. Where you do something fascinating this. This isn't a spoiler here. It folks as soon as you tune in. We don't start in a linear way right. We don't start at gaskins. Birther is childhood or as i crime but with a nother story that takes place while gaskin is already incarcerated. What inspired you to approach it from this angle particularly we needed to basically have set up for the show of one of the main murders which you see in that first one is rudolph tyner and how it really connects to all the past murders and the unwitting accessory of that last murder. And how he or she is going to play a part in this entire podcast so it was unusual the way we did it. It's almost kind of like a standalone story but we felt to book in this podcast with that particular crime and murder. And is you'll see at the very end how it all plays out. It was the perfect way to tie it. All in. you know it's interesting. I think it's probably best left for folks to experience this themselves without going into the details of this crime malicious. Suffice it to say that Gaskins a very very clever way orchestrates essentially a hit on a man that he doesn't like but from within prison and that's a key. I think to gaskins personality. A man that he doesn't like gaskins had a code he didn't he wasn't like other serial killers who killed out of some perverse fetish or some sort of like drive to feed this hunger. He was more like a mafiose o or something he. He bumped people off who. He didn't feel his standards Or in some way you know had wronged him or he wanted to get rid of a rival. Can you tell us a little bit about you. Know his personal code. And what are some of the things that might have put you. Are i on pee-wee's hitlist before it gets to that. It's a good question. You tapped on something. I'm a big fan of subcultures so like in fight night. The subculture was hustler's of the early seventies in in atlanta. And then travelling up to new york down to miami but really getting into the world in the subculture of these hustlers. So in this particular story. It's basically a trailer park kingpins and traveling carnivals and the people that were in these traveling carnivals and type of work environment that they were in and the way they became family in an unusual way so that was interesting for me to explore that. And then pee. Wee's relationship to that noll was basically. His code was a couple of things. Betrayal was something that he despised. I think the most of anything one of his codes or part of his codes was you. Don't talk outside the circle. And that was. I love this phrase. I'm not sure if jim our one of our main characters or p we came up with this but it was called jawline you don't you don't go jal into the police or to other members in the community and i assume that means speak out of turn so jawline was one of the big things of his code. Another thing that was interesting was he was protectors supposedly of children and younger people for certain things profanity. Certain behaviors around them and again. He goes on to kill though these younger people and in fact a lot of the people that ended up falling to his knife or gun word younger especially women but for some reason that was a protector side. So profanity was a big thing. I heard he rarely ever if ever cussed and hate it when people did it maybe in front of him but specifically in front of children that was another part of his code. But the biggest one. Noel i would be the portrayal. Meaning do not cross him and specifically the jawline. Don't talk about me or my crimes are what we're doing to anybody else. You know. it's interesting. You say that jeff because we see some of those i guess a wait a vastly understated. Is we see some of those moral dichotomies or contradictions in a lot of extremely disturbed people even to the point of seeing it in fiction like anne in misery right who also hates cursing. Stephen king's misery. Good this leads me to think you know when we're talking a little bit about the mind of someone who's a mass murderer. A serial killer. Another interesting thing. Is that gaskins like other folks like henry. Lucas and so odd was prone to bouts of embellishments exaggeration and investigators suspect in many in some cases outright lying before he was put to death by the state of south carolina back in nineteen ninety-one about fifty eight years old. He had made statements. Claiming you know i've committed many more murders i've committed more than a hundred murders right. How how many of two hundred. It's a very strange. I mean usually psychologists push for notoriety. But my question for you is when you were speaking with people familiar with the case. How how much weight to investigators put in his statements there. You've got one person you speak with. Who says everybody who says when he was getting calls from people in as far away as australia to talk about to talk about gaskins crimes they kept trying to get him to agree with these higher numbers and he refused to. So what's the truth. Do we know or will we ever know we don't know and that's what i find so fascinating and i think with any of these true crime cases in less. Maybe you've got one hundred witnesses that see exactly what's going on. You have forensics evidence. You have witnesses you have investigators but unless you're actually there for these murder themselves we just don't know so i would say ben as a whole that most people thought it came in around eleven or twelve murders and that the legend of all those additional murders was just that of sometimes people talking of reporters covering stories of people gossiping around a community. And is you know. Things grow from there so i would say as a whole the people that we talked to in the investigators and attorneys and prosecutors stuff felt. It was around a dozen and the rest became legend. Now again the legend can sometimes become so powerful and become so useful even for a serial killer as well. But we don't know ben. I'll always find that a good place to rest because it allows us to examine the evidence ourselves and make a decision based on what we hear what we think based on all this stuff and these stories and this transcripts and stuff. Where do we think the truth lies. You know your other. Forgive my ignorance here jeff. But i i imagined that some of those legendary things or maybe even things that actually happened. That just can't be proven occurred when he was traveling with the carnival or something. Some things occurred that we just no one will ever know about. And i just wondered if you thought maybe that was even a possibility. I think that's a very fair to say matt because again if you're talking about somebody that can do this once and has been accused and convicted of these crimes and then ultimately executed which we know he was. We don't know what he was doing all the time or things that could have been left and you know if you're having these bodies buried and burial fields in one place what's going on somewhere else and we don't know if he gets angry at one guy that somebody didn't cover years ago so i would assume guys. Wouldn't you imagine that cases like that all over the country in the world yes absolutely would just gonna take a little break here word from our sponsor. We'll be right back. No one is reading your mind. But hp instant inc knows when you're printers running low and send you new cartridges. So you never have to think about inc. save up to fifty percent. You'll pay less than five dollars a month for inc and never run out again. Find out if your printers eligible and enroll today. Hp dot com slash instinct conditions apply.

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"gaskins" Discussed on Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"gaskins" Discussed on Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

"Kim galligan was abused rather moodley by her father. And she loved and adored pee wee gaskins and his wife. Donna peewee is directly across the street. From kim. kim is distraught. Wants to get away. She decided she's going to go get help. And the person who helps everybody and she went over and tears and he said what's the matter cam lets talk. She says i want to talk to you by ourselves. And they step out into the back of a car. He's working on and she tells him i've got to get away. Can i move in with y'all across the street and he thought a it say we can't do that kim but i can get a for you. And he thought immediately. I'll take her to shirley and evans is daughter at prospect ropes. Crossroads she can go. There comes howard and shirli-ann neubauer hotel. So he made arrangements to take kim to prospect which he did the following friday afternoon honestly motivated to help her and get her away from her father. Her mother had died six months before of cancer and she was absolutely distraught with behavior of her father and went directly to pee wee. She wanted results. that's why she went to pay we. I rather than anyone else and peewee takes kim galveston to prospect to live at his daughter's house knowing that there's a great risk in doing this because he had no business taking a teenage girl anywhere for anything but he did it to help her. There was no evidence ever submitted that her father abused her and no charges ever filed. Gaskins would go on to explain to jim as he had in his deposition that kim stayed with his daughter and her husband for a few months this meant she disappeared from her home for more than a month before anybody reported her missing. Just prior to that report being filed. Kim had an opportunity to speak with the owner of a local country store and prospect and what she revealed was shocking so she goes to the country store and talks to the owner. And ask for help and somehow word gets back to shirli-ann that cam is talking about being abused by her husband. Kim told the store owner that peewee his son-in-law howard evans and his brother charles were all raping her in the house. When word got back to shirley ann she called her father peewee to report that kim had been jawline. It was about ninety days into the search for kim calkins. Police were busy. Unearthing the eight bodies p. We had murdered but kim was not one of them north charleston. Police chief lynnwood. Simmons stated that all leads to find. The girl had been exhausted but that the case was still active police. Detective roy green points directly to pee wee gaskins as a prime suspect saying kim was last seen with him and a white pickup truck and his trailer home in prospect. Roy suspects foul play. And then nothing absolutely nothing. The case goes cold for almost a year until peewee was convicted of dennis bellamy's murder and found himself on trial for bonduelle. Yates is murder. Peewee gave up barn wells body in exchange for a conjugal visit. Donna and for an additional conjugal visit he led investigators to kim calkins body. Kim galkin was killed with a campbell soup. Knife p waited one hour for camp to be brought to him in a shallow grave not very far from his trailer there in prospect and cameras braun to pee wee ponto young women re marlow share are their names and they will never ever as far as i know accused of anything kip. Belkin was killed because she was a threat to freedom. There was no evidence to support pee-wee's allegation and the two women were never charged with anything. Kim's jawing about being raped threatened pee-wee's freedom and he tried to save himself by sacrificing. Her he shot and stabbed kim elkins. There was no evidence that confirmed rape or sexual activity of any kind. The body was too decomposed when recovered identification was made matching her teeth tour last known picture showing her smile but there were no dental records. For comparison at the time of his confession. Peewee was in prison for life. Tried to plea deal to avoid death. He was never charged. For kim galvin's murder and police closed the file..

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"gaskins" Discussed on Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"gaskins" Discussed on Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

"Would also learn jesse. Judy and johnny sellers were missing and the common denominator in these missing persons. Was pee wee gaskins when they arrived at his home peewee. Wasn't there but the detectives did me sandy. The donna gaskins. It was the ex wife. Sandy who gave the detectives the lead they were looking for. Sandy snell gaskins told the police that peewee and cam often in prospect. Knowing kim was last seen with pee wee gaskins police quickly obtained a search warrant for pee-wee's trailer ninety miles away in prospect. It was there. They found clothing. That belonged to kim calkins. They also found a stolen car on his lot and he was arrested that same day for auto theft and contributing to the delinquency of a minor took her out across county allows. It was a minor charge as far as compared to murder was certainly series and have to put him back in jail still. There was no sign of kim calkins who had been missing for nearly sixty days..

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"gaskins" Discussed on Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"gaskins" Discussed on Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

"It didn't take long to zero in on gaskins as a suspect. Investigators were aggressive pounding the pavement looking for leads. That's when they met the mother of dennis. Bellamy diane bellamy and johnny nights. She reported her three children or also missing Mrs night brought the story to ahead. Marianne griffin began it permission. I gave information. That people in the neighborhood are all missing. They would also learn jesse. Judy and johnny sellers were missing and the common denominator in these missing persons. Was pee wee gaskins when they arrived at his home peewee. Wasn't there but the detectives did me sandy. The donna gaskins. It was the ex wife. Sandy who gave the detectives the lead they were looking for. Sandy snell gaskins told the police that peewee and cam often in prospect. Knowing kim was last seen with pee wee gaskins police quickly obtained a search warrant for pee-wee's trailer ninety miles away in prospect. It was there. They found clothing. That belonged to kim calkins. They also found a stolen car on his lot and he was arrested that same day for auto theft and contributing to the delinquency of a minor took her out across county allows. It was a minor charge as far as compared to murder was certainly series and have to put him back in jail still. There was no sign of kim calkins who had been missing for nearly sixty days. Police detectives tracked down walter. Neely pee-wee's close friend and applied pressure. Walter buckled but. He had no idea where kim was. He didn't know we had taken her to stay with his daughter. Shirley and gaskins and her husband howard evans. Police knew she wasn't there anymore. Shirley ann thought camp had gone to indiana where she had some family. So police were in a bind. Walter had taken them to pee wee's burial grounds and they were knee deep in digging up bodies but still no word on kim calkins dead or live.

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The Disappearance of Kim Ghelkins and Her Ties to Pee Wee Gaskins

Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

02:36 min | 1 year ago

The Disappearance of Kim Ghelkins and Her Ties to Pee Wee Gaskins

"It didn't take long to zero in on gaskins as a suspect. Investigators were aggressive pounding the pavement looking for leads. That's when they met the mother of dennis. Bellamy diane bellamy and johnny nights. She reported her three children or also missing Mrs night brought the story to ahead. Marianne griffin began it permission. I gave information. That people in the neighborhood are all missing. They would also learn jesse. Judy and johnny sellers were missing and the common denominator in these missing persons. Was pee wee gaskins when they arrived at his home peewee. Wasn't there but the detectives did me sandy. The donna gaskins. It was the ex wife. Sandy who gave the detectives the lead they were looking for. Sandy snell gaskins told the police that peewee and cam often in prospect. Knowing kim was last seen with pee wee gaskins police quickly obtained a search warrant for pee-wee's trailer ninety miles away in prospect. It was there. They found clothing. That belonged to kim calkins. They also found a stolen car on his lot and he was arrested that same day for auto theft and contributing to the delinquency of a minor took her out across county allows. It was a minor charge as far as compared to murder was certainly series and have to put him back in jail still. There was no sign of kim calkins who had been missing for nearly sixty days. Police detectives tracked down walter. Neely pee-wee's close friend and applied pressure. Walter buckled but. He had no idea where kim was. He didn't know we had taken her to stay with his daughter. Shirley and gaskins and her husband howard evans. Police knew she wasn't there anymore. Shirley ann thought camp had gone to indiana where she had some family. So police were in a bind. Walter had taken them to pee wee's burial grounds and they were knee deep in digging up bodies but still no word on kim calkins dead or live.

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"gaskins" Discussed on Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"gaskins" Discussed on Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

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Sense dot com. Oh and when you go yeah take me with you. Deal that ominous phone call. P we send chills down jim beattie spine pictures of grisly autopsy photos flash through his mind. The tone of voice was most alarming. That same voice was voice. I heard when he talked about dennis. Bellamy same voice. I heard later on when you talked about tyner. Same boy steady talked about avery. Howard and i realized i had violated the code. It was serious. Serious business. Jim and anita abadie had plenty of reasons to be concerned after the radio incident. Peewee had always been transparent during his interviews about how he viewed betrayal. He did say my mother will be expecting arabia. I knew that. I did not want to be in that category of people that didn't follow up on what really required and ask them to do. Do not fail pee wee gaskins. Several people in this story lost their lives after they betrayed him. They were shot stabbed strangled or drowned. Jim references a code that peewee followed expectations for people around him expectations. That others should live by and that he would kill by not formal not sensible newspapers all over the southeast printed stories about the killer's code as a way to understand a man who murdered so many. These mass murderers are easier to comprehend to categorize to contain. If we're able to put labels on their behaviors but with gaskins there was no firm sense of why no easy justification or psychologist no clear modus operandi. He didn't kill couples parked in cars at night or berry his victims under his house. He didn't present a sexual fetish or chop people up and put their body parts in his freezer. There is evidence though that gaskins had his own. Strictly enforced twisted sense of morals the penalty for violating. His morality could be death. Holly gatling margaret o'shea and cecil chandler all spent significant time with peewee story. And help shed light on him as a killer. I tell you what he told me. One time you know some of his crisis stick in my mind. He said i never killed nobody. That didn't need killing not a lot. Surprises me about what people are capable of doing. At that point in my life. I had written about many many others who had done grizzly things. People call him a serial killer but unlike most he didn't have an m. o. He he didn't have a trigger or desire to be met that figured in all of his killing. This is a kind of person. You wonder what's going through his mind. Was he really crazier. Just somebody wanted to kill somebody of the eleven people killed so far in our story. Seven were by hand drowned beaten or stabbed with the campbell soup knife physical violence from a man who was just over five feet tall and weighed one hundred and thirty pounds. Here's jim pee. Wee reese thirteen years of age. He established himself early in the industrial school. There in france he was the smallest and the group but he was a quickest fastest. He attacked two of the different guards. Put them both in the hospital so he became the big man early even at the reform school. And this is a pattern for peewee. This is an emo establish who's in charge. The potential for violence goes a long way in crowd. Control and peewee. Use it over those people around him. It held them in check. Got them to meet his expectations. One of the violations to pee-wee's twisted ethics was white. Should not mix with blacks especially when it came to sex gaskins. Thought people had their place and that whites and blacks had no place together and he was willing to go as far as murder to enforce his expectations. And p we felt no guilt when discussing his murders. The only time that gaskins came close to remorse was when he talked. Jim beattie about johnny night pay. We talked to me about what a shame. It was that john. Henry knight had to die. He didn't say i killed him. And i'm sorry he semper said it was a shame that john henry knight had to die. 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"gaskins" Discussed on Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"gaskins" Discussed on Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

"That week. We go to columbia two of our younger children and anita go to the hearing. There's no one in the room except a judge and two state attorneys and peewee with the guards who have him. Handcuffed and pee wee presents his case and is suing the state of south carolina for one million dollars for neglecting. His hemorrhoids was worried and in pain and he was seeking relief. We were there in the courtroom. I expected five feet to one inch tall really pale. Skin really black. He walked in his arms were chained to his wife's he had on ankle chains. It sounded like that scene from the ebony screwed story the ghost of christmas past rallying his change coming in the courtroom and there were two marshals one on either side of him and they looked big and burly and he didn't even come up to their shoulders but they were so nervous with him and he was smiling. I know i'm the man. And you don't know what i'm gonna do next kind of thing. It was just really fascinating. And i was shot at. How smalley was in frail looking day was so obviously nervous. Hearing only lasted a few minutes. Peewee complained that the prison officials had failed to address this repeated complaints about hemorrhoids and their inattention to his medical condition amounted to cruel and unusual punishment. He requested the judge rule in his favor and award him. One million dollars as compensation for pain and

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Cruel and Unusual Punishment: Pee Wee Gaskins Sues South Carolina

Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Cruel and Unusual Punishment: Pee Wee Gaskins Sues South Carolina

"That week. We go to columbia two of our younger children and anita go to the hearing. There's no one in the room except a judge and two state attorneys and peewee with the guards who have him. Handcuffed and pee wee presents his case and is suing the state of south carolina for one million dollars for neglecting. His hemorrhoids was worried and in pain and he was seeking relief. We were there in the courtroom. I expected five feet to one inch tall really pale. Skin really black. He walked in his arms were chained to his wife's he had on ankle chains. It sounded like that scene from the ebony screwed story the ghost of christmas past rallying his change coming in the courtroom and there were two marshals one on either side of him and they looked big and burly and he didn't even come up to their shoulders but they were so nervous with him and he was smiling. I know i'm the man. And you don't know what i'm gonna do next kind of thing. It was just really fascinating. And i was shot at. How smalley was in frail looking day was so obviously nervous. Hearing only lasted a few minutes. Peewee complained that the prison officials had failed to address this repeated complaints about hemorrhoids and their inattention to his medical condition amounted to cruel and unusual punishment. He requested the judge rule in his favor and award him. One million dollars as compensation for pain and

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The Conviction of The Infamous Serial Killer, "Pee Wee" Gaskins

Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

01:31 min | 1 year ago

The Conviction of The Infamous Serial Killer, "Pee Wee" Gaskins

"And prosecutors convinced he had been involved in killing eight friends family members and associates over six years but convicting pee wee gaskins and sentencing him to the electric chair would prove more difficult than they would imagine. Eight bodies eight victims and eight chances to get convictions. They would start with the strongest case. The murder of dennis bellamy. Here's jim beattie to remind us of how it went down. Did his bellamy. It was the first person that he was tried for killing. First of all he was older brother of two other of period's victims. Diane bellamy neely and john henry knight he bullied want nearly beat him up. Put him in the hospital several times and he was one of those people that peewee would quickly say he did not deserve to live. He was a evil person in p. Was judging jerry on his mellanby right right there in his yard he pistol whipped has bellamy he was a fierce enemy of the pistol whipping occurred when dennis showed up drunk and caused a scene. Cussing groping women at one p was popular weekend cookouts

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"gaskins" Discussed on Fight Night

Fight Night

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"gaskins" Discussed on Fight Night

"A lot of them were stabbed in the others were deteriorated so badly until it was not much left to look at. Peewee gaskins killed more than a dozen people in South Carolina, including Friends, coworkers, and family members. The age of his victims used to bother me, especially the young girls, but I found her skull back up a dirt road, didn't bury her at all. He just chilled whatever he wanted to win. He wanted to. Was one of those people in this world. It felt nothing for others. Peewee manipulated one unwitting accessory into aiding him with his final murder. I'm pretty savvy. I know when I'm being manipulated. He really could con people. And I wasn't afraid of him. I don't know why I wasn't, but I wasn't. You listen to him and you mesmerized. But it didn't take much to find out the truth about him. You'll find out who was the unsuspecting accomplice in peewee gaskins was not my friend. Premieres may 10th. Listen to peewee gaskins was not my friend on the iHeartRadio app, Apple podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.

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Interview With Kelly Keller

There I Was...

04:19 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Kelly Keller

"In today's guest is former. Alpa employees kelly. Keller kelly under private pilot's license. When she was just twenty years old she comes from a family of aviation and she calls herself a spoiled brat of aviation which seems a little harsh until you realize. She grew up flying where their father and a stagger wing. For most of her youth she learned to fly in tabora so at age nineteen got a private licence at twenty and she's been flying ever since she's worked for textron. Ao pa and now. She's currently the regional sales manager for the southeast for garment kelly. Thanks so much for joining us on the there. I was podcast so kelly. You have quite a hair raising story about flying your family back. In one. seventy two from gaskins white river resort on the way back to hicks airfield. You're flying. you're flying clubs one seventy two and experienced an engine failure. Yeah it was. It was definitely kind of the perfect storm of of situations because it was supposed to be a husband and my baby moon so to speak at seven months pregnant with our first child and had him in the airplane Labrador retriever in the backseats. Obviously mailo co-pilot with me. Yeah we were going to gaskins. White river resort for one last hurrah. It was a great trip really recommend going but on the way back i was over. Really ozark ozark mountains without many airports nearby and smoke in the cockpit. That was my first indication that there is something wrong. Obviously and i could tell. It was kind of an oily smell. But at that point it's just troubleshooting and making sure that i couldn't see that there is anything obvious. Obviously on fire or anything fatso. It's daytime is weather in issued is cleared a million Daytime midday without eleven noon timeframe. Okay in a about what time of years this this is november. So this is november last year. Okay great and about what altitude were you cruising it. So at that time. I was about to say it was about thirty five hundred feet. I wasn't up super high africa. Main reasons i was on fire away. I did not file a flight land as you know probably very few listeners would have this problem but when sediments fragment you probably need to stop somewhere young so we were we were kind of kind of just on an the our flight plan all away and having a good time and Joying enjoying barklay gut. It's the you had about a three hour flight or so home beautiful day. You just had a fabulous vacation with your husband. And you just kinda sauntering back really you know you're going to stop somewhere and you're up at three thousand feet which looks like maybe it's roughly a thousand feet ag l. or sos based on the terrain up there in that part of the country. And just flying back enjoying yourself until all the sudden you kind of start to smell a little bit of something in. Did you say you saw some smoke. Pretty much immediately fell the cockpit and you know when when that happens you always think through what that might look like in in just in our training figure out what your action plan is but until that happens to you. It's really startling. So the first thing i did was has started troubleshooting. Okay is it. Electrical is clearly a fire knows. I opened up the windows just to try to get some mayor his. Obviously i'm very cognizant of of what i'm reading that i'm you open. Open up the windows. He'll the cabin heat. Which is a crucial component. When it came down to it once they killed the cabin he smoke stopped so it was like okay you know. It's it smelled oil. A tell it was something like that and at that point dover might well pressure gauge and it was at zero at that point mike. My husband's a mechanical engineer. He's used overcrowded in a drone engines. Actually so he's very aware of of what that means is well. Luckily i was already talking to air traffic control since i was on the afar calling for that that type of a trip so immediately off with them and get them to try to at least for me to the closest

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Patriots at Dolphins: Alain Poupart breaks down Miami's running game

Patriots Beat

04:33 min | 1 year ago

Patriots at Dolphins: Alain Poupart breaks down Miami's running game

"The Houston was really the only team I would say that actually through on the Patriots effectively this year and DeShaun Watson besides Russell Wilson all the way back in week two thousand. I am curious, you know, the Dolphins do they have a running game. Do you think that they can do that with because I don't see it, but I don't want to I don't want to be biased over here. Either way. I mean, there are 30 second in the league in rushing yards per attempt. They were missing their top three rushing leaders last Sunday against the Chiefs. What's a be perfectly blunt? None of them are impact players Matt breida came off the covid-19. Wednesday obviously he'll be back. When he hasn't made much of an impact after coming over from the 49ers in the in the trade Myles Gaskin is on the Cove in list and he's a nice story as a second-year seventh-round pick who laughs basically got a cup of coffee in terms of playing time this year and he basically became their feature back and he's got some ability. But in a in an Ideal World Cup gasket is your backup is now your future back in this is what the Dolphins are dealing with our offensive line. Also a good story much better than was last year. They're starting three rookies with Austin Jackson am handsome in kinloch. but when you start three rookies pretty much ninety-nine percent of the time you're going to go through some growing pains and their offensive line while again exponentially better than what last year is still not great. Let's say it's worked in like but they're not a whole lot of big old being open in the running game and you don't have running backs off will make a lot of things happen on their own. So there's a reason again there there are thirty-second in the NFL in rushing yards per attempt and complicating matters. This week is they have injury issue is that wide receiver position where they also have a lot of players but not a whole lot of impact players. So you mentioned might get sick you earlier I believe and now he's got a shoulder injury where we can't get any Clarity from Ryan Flores as to his status for this week. It's all we'll see is working on all that. But if you saw the injury really really hard to Envision him playing cards Devante Port Parker pulled a hamstring or had a hamstring injury against the Chiefs you came out in the first app did not return. He practiced on a limited basis Wednesday, so hopefully play it but then if he plays this carrying a hamstring injury. And then so who else do you have left after that now you're looking at your team Grant who is more of a return specialist and and then their shuttle pass receiver gadget Play type of player on offense. He's also got a hamstring injury that knocked him out of Chiefs game. And then the rest of the wide receiver Corps is rookie limbo Junior who played multiple positions at Kentucky. You have a Mack Hollins who want to sign as a special-teams standout, which he is. He's very going to special teams but more so than the receiver and then you have one of the guys being talked up being able to make a major contribution as Isaiah Ford who you may remember from his three weeks with the Patriots after the acquired immune to trade in his office. I knew he was he didn't play it down for the Patriots. I knew how long is not going to last year when he got up here and he said it is freezing. I need a winter coat, you know, what am I going to do? And I just said look, I'm sure he's a fine football player. I'm sure he could make an impact on the team that needs wide receiver help but this guy does not seem like he wants to be in New England right now. Well, no, but he plays at Virginia Tech. So I'm so he's not like dead. He's from Jacksonville plant in Virginia tag, so it's not like he's not he's never been the call before and the thing about Isaiah Ford and then it was often friends are thinking. Well, Isaiah Ford is going to come and rescue the the passing game and that like life. He's a really really really nice good. And he might be in the league for ten years because he's got a great attitude. He works hard doesn't see anything. He's not an impact player. And right now this is what they have their wide receiver Corps. If she doesn't play they have nobody who's going to really scare the Patriots defense and if you you throughout the city also doesn't play. I mean who makes things happen on this office on Sunday? So that that's a big

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Tua Tagovailoa vs. Belichick's Defense: A Challenge

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

04:57 min | 1 year ago

Tua Tagovailoa vs. Belichick's Defense: A Challenge

"Get into the Dolphins. Now we have to start with to Greg. I watched him last week and I see a number of very good things from him, you know, the answer the anticipatory throws is great anticipation is accurate and he's really smart and you know football IQ is through the roof when you see him, he's diagnosing what the defense is doing and the first time around you might surprise him. It's very difficult to surprise in the second or third time around very smart guy doesn't have the strongest arm in the world, but he can move around in the pocket a little bit and he's got enough Armstrong. Had a downfield but I mostly pay attention to his accuracy his anticipation in his intelligence. I think that's what would separate too from some of the other younger quarterbacks that we've seen come into the league and so it's fascinating Greg this matchup. I remember we talked about the Justin Herbert matchup Belichick's record his resume against rookie quarterbacks or even just your quarterbacks first time in so we're going to have to who was very football Savvy and has a high football iQ going against Bill Belichick who of course has the Mind against rookie quarterbacks wage. What do you make of to his game in? What do you think the Patriots will try to do on Sunday to Rattle him. I'm looking at I thought you did a great job with your Scouting Report. I thought you know what I agreed on all those points, especially, you know, I think where he shows off to me is the football like you he he sometimes he will hang on to a play a little bit too long. I think that's probably a place. Where they've been working with him, he did that a couple of times against Kansas City, you know, but largely had a feel for what's going on. He knows how to get rid of the ball. I think Chan gailey's done a real nice job with him sort of slowly bringing him along and you know, yes, everybody's going to talk about Bill Belichick and his record against rookie quarterbacks, you know, but one thing you have to keep in my practice, you know, this is this is a rookie quarterback with Brian Flores, you know next to him who's so I assume Brian all week is showing him all Patriots film and say look, this is what they're going to do to you. This is this is what we would do to everybody. These are going to be the calls whatever you see don't trust your eyes before the snap. There's always going to be somebody dropping there's going to be they're going to be doing this song. I think that's going to be a huge asset for them. I think that Ted Karras at Center is going to be a huge asset for them cuz he knows how the Patriots, you know like to pressure cuz he's been here for so long. The Patriots know his weaknesses. Teddy's a pretty good pass protector. He struggles more in the Run game. But I do think you'll see the Patriots try to try to get him to move his feet side-to-side off a little bit slow. So I think you know targeting him with some t e stunts inside and things like that might generate some pressure. But yeah, I think I think that too is pretty good job to see if guys like DeVante Parker and get sick e who who, you know, we're beat up in the last game, you know, whether they'll be able to play because your talent talking about some really talented guys there. I mean God, I can't believe how far gesicki the tight end has come and I know Belichick basically called him a big wide receiver this week, which I think is accurate but he's damn good at what he does in a mash-up. Yeah and the one question and you know, we'll get into our picks and a little bit before we get this n'keal Harry thing you want to talk about and of course we still have the member question of the day on this pod. But you know the weapons right for Miami, we we talked about the weapons about the Patriots all the time. But when you look at the weapons of Miami, I think last week I saw something that too was down at one point in that game. He was down his top six receivers. So including Titan including tight end. So if you know if Grant is out if Parker is out if they're just you know off 60% if you know kasicki is out Myles Gaskin was on the covid-19 this last weekend, that's their guy who they've been running the football with what is it Ahmed salvano salvano, may I forget which way it goes his name, but he's the other running back on the roster. He's been dinged up. So this is a team if they're banged up. I don't know what they can do offensively. 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Turkish rescuers pull girl from rubble 4 days after quake

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Turkish rescuers pull girl from rubble 4 days after quake

"After Turkey's deadliest earthquake in nine years. Another young survivor is found four days after an earthquake collapsed apartment buildings in Izmir, Turkey, rescuers shout God is greatest ahs! They pull a three year old girl from the rubble. Ida Gaskin had bean trapped for 91 hour's tucked in a tight space by dishwasher in the ambulance. She asks for meatballs and a yogurt, Fox says Simon Oh, in the quake Killed more than 100 people, injuring hundreds. AA group of

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Trump ends Covid budget stimulus relief talks

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Trump ends Covid budget stimulus relief talks

"Bill until after he's reelected has brought some surprise, some outrage and some support. Almost Brian Calvert has reaction from our region, political science professor Ben Gaskins told us very surprising. I think many of his political advisors are fairly baffled in this a swell asking, says. Stimulating the economy just before an election is largely scene is a good move. Multnomah County Republican chair James Bugle supports the president stands, saying the Democrats proposal is too bloated instead of just moving forward. Giving money needs it. They're trying to bail out all the state and local governments. I fear that for the president he worries about

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"gaskins" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"gaskins" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"Rudolph was on death row for killing an older couple named bill and Myrtle Moon. This son of Mardell gave Donaldson money to take out Rudolf. He tried a few times by lacing his food and drinks poison however, that strategy didn't work. So. Donald finally took Rudolph sly by assembling a radio with explosives which blew up on Rudolph and killed him. The radio was in Rudolph Cell and Donald told him he could fix it up where it would allow them to communicate between sales. Donald instructed Rudolf to hold the speaker to his ear at time that they both decided on. Donald detonated the explosives from his sale and that is how Rudolph tyner died. Donald later stated quote the last thing tonner heard was me laughing and quote? This is when he was now called the meanest man in America. He received a death sentence yet again. He tried to avoid the electric chair by continually admitting to all of the homicides he committed. Nobody has determined if everything he confessed to were facts. But if by chance he was telling the truth, it would make him the most depraved murderer of all time.

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"gaskins" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"gaskins" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"Sick and tired of the excuses. He told Johnny sellers to meet him in the woods and then Donald shot him where the rifle. That same night hoping to hinder the missing persons, investigations of Johnny Donald got in touch with Johnny's girlfriend twenty, two year old Jesse Ruth, Judi and spirit her to death moving her corpse to the woods to bury her alongside her lover. Another car thieves and con man named Horace. Jones. made a deadly wander attempting to Romance Donald Current Wife and Nineteen, seventy four. Donald said in his memoir final truth quote that pissed me off in quote. And it wasn't that he tried to romance her exactly. But he said quote I mean if he comes straight me like a man and asked to make a deal with me for my wife I would probably have given to him for night or we or to keep if the offer was good enough. and quote. After Shooting Horace, Jones in the woods, he stole two hundred dollars from horaces dead body before leaving. By December nineteen seventy four donald was now grandfather settled into a routine that suited him and satisfied his needs. that. Christmas season he recalled was quote the happiest and peaceful as I can remember and quote. And? Nineteen seventy-five Donald was forty two years old and even though he was grandfather, he refers to nineteen seventy five as quote my busiest and killing his year in quote. He got away with it mostly because he had never involved anyone else in the highway slash coastal killings. But in nineteen, seventy, five of van was unfortunately broken down the highway. Two women and one man who he said were hippy types from Oregon. He offered these people Araj who garage that was close by. But instead, he drove them to a swamp and handcuff them as he held his gun on them. He proceeded to drown them. He said about these drownings quote it was hard to say which one suffered most. I tried to make it equal in quote. He realized he needed assistance from someone to move these bodies. He went to ex-convict Walter neely. Walter got the van up and running. He drove it to Donald Garage, or Donald gave it a whole new paint job so he could eventually sell it. Also. In nineteen seventy, five donald was given fifteen hundred dollars to take the life of a rich farmer named solace yates who resided in Florence County. The person who gave him the money was a better an infuriated girlfriend of Sallis's named Suzanne Kipper. Two men John. Powell. And John Owens where the go betweens Zan and Donald to assemble the killing. The ex-convict Walter. Neely, his wife Diane got in on the act pretending to have car trouble to trick solace into leaving his house on February twelve. Donald then kidnapped and killed solace as John, Powell and John Owens stood back and watched. After. It was over John Powell John Owens and Donald buried solace. Not long after this incident Walters wife Diane. She had a boyfriend to. He was also an ex convict named. Avery Howard. Dan, avery tried to blackmail donald for five thousand dollars or else they would tell everything that happened. Well. Donald got rid of those two really fast. They. Met Up expecting to get their money and stead they pulled up to a grave with donald dare gun in hand. He shot them dug the grave, a little deeper gout, the man and through the dirt back on top of them. Down old was also really busy on his murdering spree continuing to torture people that he knew. Thirteen year old Ken Calkins turned down his offer of sex. He was not happy about it. So he went on to rape torture and strangle her then he put her body in a shallow grave in the woods. To local guys named Johnny night who was fifteen and Dennis Bellamy who was twenty eight didn't know how savage Donald was. They thought they'd get away with Robbing Donald Repair Shop, and of course, they didn't. Donald slaughtered them and buried them. Yet, again, he had to ask for Walter neely's. To. Bury these shoe. Donald considered Walter a close and loyal friend. He even took walters his private cemetery. As Donald was killing people left and right he had no idea that there was an investigation going on into the missing thirteen year old can Gilligan's Everything they had pointed directly to Donald. The authorities had a search warrant and went through Donald's apartment. FOUND CANS clothes, and when Donald got back from Georgia on the fourteenth of November nineteen, seventy, five, he saw the cops were surrounding his house. Sing says he went to a bus station intending to get back to Georgia but the police caught him before he was able to get out of the state. He was indicted for having a part in the delinquency of child. He sat in jail waiting for his trial to begin. Since Donald was locked up and unable to get into Walter, neely's heads and manipulate or have any control of him, the cops decided to crack down on Walter and break him and they absolutely accomplish that goal during questioning. Walter cracked and took them to Donald's secluded graveyard on the land that Donald on. The authorities found eight of the victim's bodies. As he recalled that chaotic month, he said quote the coroner had the bodies Jesus had Walter and the law had me an quote. The twenty seventh of April, Nineteen seventy-six, Donald, Gaskins, and Walter neely or charged with eight counts of murder. Donald trying to act like he didn't do anything and that he himself was a victim. That didn't pan out for him and on the twenty fourth of May. The jury concluded that he was guilty of murdering Dennis Bellamy one of the two who robbed his shop. He was sentenced to death. He decided that he would go on and tell the truth about the seven other homicides. He was to serve seven life sentences consecutively after the US Supreme Court ruled that the death penalty in South Carolina wasn't constitutional in November of Nineteen, seventy six. And prison he relished and the over the top way that other inmates treated him because he had his reputation of a merciless killer. Well in Nineteen, seventy eight, the death penalty was in fact reestablished in South Carolina. Donald didn't care until he was found guilty of killing another inmate named Rudolph tonner..

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"gaskins" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"gaskins" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"And late nineteen. seventy-one Donald moved to Charleston with his wife and child proceeding to commit his next to serious murders. and. Nineteen seventy two. The victims were twenty, four year old Eddie, Brown who was a gun runner and Eddie's wife Birdie Donald said she was quote the best looking black girl I saw in quote. Donald, sold firearms to Eddie as well as stolen military weapons, but he began to get a little jumpy when Eddie him know that the feds were keeping a close eye on Charleston. They were on the lookout for illegal weapons dealers. Donald got paranoid and thought they could possibly be setting him up. He wasn't going to take any chances. So he shot Eddie and Birdie Brown, then he put them behind the barn where he had concealed Janice Herbie and nineteen seventy. Donald moved to prospect South Carolina and July of Nineteen seventy-three. This was after his Charleston residents went down in a blaze of fire. He accused arsonist for the fire, but never could pinpoint or give them any details about the perpetrators. Before nineteen seventy-three was over he more than three victims. Fourteen year old runaway Jackie Freeman was first. Donald offered her lived while she was hitchhiking in October and held her hostage for two days. Raping torturing and aiding her body. Parts. Quote. I always thought of Jackie special not really a serious murder, but likewise, not just another coastal kill. In quote which he said in his memoirs. Donald Ball this old hers and nineteen seventy-three. He told people at the bar that he frequented that he needed it to carry out all the people that he murdered to confidential graveyard. He made him prospect south, Carolina. He had even put us sign in the window that said we haul anything living or dead. He was living in prospect south, Carolina. With his wife and baby and people always thought he had a bizarre and sometimes explosive behavior possibly even mentally ill but they never consider donald the type that would do anything treacherous. SOM-. Even thought, of Donald, as a true friend. Unfortunately. One of those people who thought she had a friendship with him was twenty three year old Doreen Dempsey? She was not married. She took care of her two year old daughter and she was eight months pregnant with her second child. She wanted to leave town and Donald offered her a ride to the bus station. However. She never made it there. He drove to a wooded area raped and murdered her. Afterwards he right and sodomized the baby. After, the baby had passed away, he buried them together. Donald was later defined writing it and vent as the best sexual experience of his life. Through it all Donald took comfort in the fact that he was quote one of the few that truly understands what death painter all of out I have a special kind of Marin that allows me to give myself permission to.

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COVID Has Changed Soundscapes Worldwide

60-Second Science

02:28 min | 2 years ago

COVID Has Changed Soundscapes Worldwide

"This is the sound of a neighborhood in Calcutta. India in December two thousand sixteen. It was recorded by residents who Konta Modum Dr. And this is what that same neighborhood sounded like on April first of this year after the covid nineteen lockdown. Like a unique place in time that we have to. Document for the future for sure. Amandine gas is a soundscape ecologist with the French National Research Institute for Sustainable Development. She supposed to be in the field, recording nocturnal sounds in southern France to evaluate the effect of light pollution on animals there instead she's at home, but she still recording now from her balcony, where normally she'd mostly be hearing traffic in my neighborhood, there's. An phoebe and I think it's frogs that are like in the relocated spacing. The neighbor desiree very loud. So at night there is the frog curse in the morning of the And you also like sounds of people in the gardens slight music in the bag. It's very relaxing. When the pandemic hit gaskin, three other colleagues put a call out to volunteers all over the globe, currently roughly three hundred people are recording one minute of outdoor sound. Every ten minutes for what's become the silent cities project the goal is to. Use Data set and make it available. All the data collected will be stored by the Open Science Foundation. As public data set, the recordings, says gallic offer opportunities in the future to. How we share our space with other creatures, and how we impact our outdoor space, it only the acoustic space, but also this piece in general you see you were seeing a little animal in the streets. So taking back this actual space for themselves. Even people were people were just walking all over the streets was like. Next suddenly like the Ridi- US, so I think it will help us to understand. That may be another way of living in city supposed to go. I hope so.

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Matcha Tea

20 Minute Fitness

05:39 min | 2 years ago

Matcha Tea

"So much powder so farmers grow matcher by covering that. T- Twenty thirty days before harvest to avoid direct sunlight. Visit increases chlorophyll production boost the amino acid content and gives the plant dog Green Hue the Policy Years Macho as you've probably seen everyone has grown in popularity you can get much law as and ice cream on pancakes and so on and literally means mattress. Pouted t the leaves are hand selected their steamed briefly to stop from tation that droid and then aged in cold storage. A MRS deepening. The flavor and the leaves are stone ground into a fine powder but wise the hype around Macha so matcher is commonly referred to as a mood and brain food with previous research demonstrating a three constituents present in match. Aotea dot big fan on each and caffeine affect mood and cognitive performance healthy nine has been shown to potentially increase the Alpha waves in your brain and these waves linked to mental realization and also helping to fight stress signals. It's also been shown to increase the number of feel good chemicals new brain which has been shown to prove your overall mood your memory and your concentration another difference between green tea and matcher. Is that the whole leaves. Aw ingested so it's a more potent source of nutrients than Steph's green tea and some sources cite that one serving match matchy is in nutritional equivalent of ten cups of regular Brews Green Tea with match T. containing two hundred thirty seven times more antioxidants. More information on until do remember back through all previous episodes as we've come at this in depth. Bought the on anti-oxidants in Macho a called polyphenyls and they've been linked to protection against heart disease and also helping to reduce your blood pressure again because of the the factual construing the Whole Leaves Matchup. You also gaps through three times. The amount of caffeine the compost tate about the amount you get in a brew coffee and Macho Warriors out there who proponent of the product with claim that you don't get a caffeine buzz life from coffee or something like that but an alert com due to the lvn on present which can induce feelings of relaxation without the drowziness again. Oversee Caffeine has same benefits. I'm pitfalls already touched on this too much but what I will say. Is that the impact of caffeine weight. Loss's regularly being examined. Several studies suggesting the caffeine can help the metabolic rate and increase fat burning. So let's potentially the the benefits thoughts in much tees. Well we've seen four seems forever. That marketers have been pushing green tea products as a weight loss tool whether that be just literally drinking green tea or as a supplement in pills for example. And it's been a number of studies that have lingering t to fat loss however there are of course opposing studies which is shown no such link but the studies. Supporting Green. Tea's thought thank state that the active ingredients can boost the effects of some fat burning hormone such as Norepinephrine noradrenaline and main antioxidant and T. E. G. C. G. Which has said much as well can help inhibit an enzyme that breaks down the hall man nor epinephrine. So that when this ends honest hypnotise. The amount of north of noradrenaline increases promoting fat breakdown. And as I said at the Star Macho Green tea has a similar nutritional profile yet it contains significantly higher levels of things like egg than regular green tea and this has been shown to have highest biological activity among green tea. Gaskins and again if you remember from previous episodes Catkins are type of disease. Fighting flavonoids anti oxidant so as mattress. So high in this egghead. It's interesting to look studies following its influence on fouls as well because I was a green tea's been looked at in big debt as well so this face needs to be further. Developed on some of the results are inconsistent but two thousand five study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition looked at individuals that drawing catechin rich tease. Macha on those who drunk rich green tea. That didn't have as much catechin is in on the people. Drinking teas just match dropped almost twice as much weight in twelve weeks. Participants who didn't additional human studies have collectively also found that taking hundreds of four hundred sixty milligrams of egg together with ace two three hundred milligrams of caffeine for at least twelve weeks linked to significant weight loss and reduction of body. Fats what is interesting to note from this? Many studies dot the fat burning effects of things. Like you'll match guarantee Harley justic on almost dependent on not consuming caffeine habitually so all the time EG CG has also been studied extensively and has been shown to help fight inflammation in your body. Help maintain healthy all trees. I'm promote cell replant so because macek contains grade levels of antioxidants such as G. It appears to be a superior. Taeb gets the all the benefits of green tea on more. But it's important to keep in mind that was laid out when it comes to weight loss. It's a very small piece of the puzzle doomed to stress that you should not be over consuming match Or even green. Tea's tries to make sure you don't how to more than two cups a day. Really so that concludes. Today's episode on match tee. Tonight you understand what is being all the next time you hear someone match. Lotta hipster cafe for example. But that's that's over. Now we're GONNA hit you. 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Orchid expert Dr Manos Kanellos answers a Dendrobium question

On The Ledge

11:12 min | 2 years ago

Orchid expert Dr Manos Kanellos answers a Dendrobium question

"It's time for question of the week and this one comes from Gaskin who has an issue with dendrobium orchid skin rights. I got it a couple of years ago and it's been a joy flowering profusely for the first eighteen months. He's also doubled in size when it arrived it had a few stumps which made me think you'd have been divided or cutback with my kids. I know to Prune flowering stems back to the next node after flowering wanted. My danger need something similar and should I be dividing those rooting branche. Let's at the base. I am no dendrobium experts so I called on somebody who is to answer this question. Manosque ANALYSIS IS THE CO author of book growing orchids at home along with another orchid expert. Peter White so he was just the person meads speak to thankfully Manas was on hand to answer all Gaskins dendrobium queries. And then some are GonNa see three questions here. The basically the dribble what we're looking at is the drug of nobility which is native to Southeast East Asia and it is often referred as a cool growing in boom which is not doesn't do doctors in that it doesn't really need cool temperatures. But it's kind of spacey kind of special because it is one of the few calm only sold or kids that has a distinct growing unrest phase. It's going phase starts when you see buds on the gains in the rest phase stotts when the new gains have reached almost the height of the old canes their best boat late spring about. Now it's arrest and growing phase coincides with them with the nobody with a here now so I can see city questions that need to be honest from from paragraph. So the first question is what these stumps these dumps. In fact cut of games. The plant didn't need a one that say these case cut off but grow did cut them off so the blunt looks prettier for somebody to bite. Which these second question do you need to cut off the gains of the end of the Florence. No because they are used as reservoirs for nutrients and would that feed the new cades when the plan does need these old gains it will become crinkly yellow and then you can cut them off. It's not like offices which is unique in that. It Kennedy Flower on the same stem. These a flower. Normally it would just stop a move to the new gains but as they do not got the old game. I think this is where I've fallen down with this plant in the past because I in my ignorance of this plot have have cut off those stems before they sent me before they've gone completely yellow and Brinkley and as a result I've I was doing the right thing but obviously I wasn't and you end up with kind of an unbalanced ugly looking plan as well grow can do this because in the nursery does that. He's doing just before shows blunt. But he's doing it because in in your house you have perfect. Conditions was at home. The blood is not in ideal conditions. Most of the time so taking away it's Bui- Wa Shales nutrients in what is it. Makes it much more difficult for it to show? Its best left of left on the left with the plan until the plan tells you does need. I'm I guess this is. Why if you grow a few follow ups all kids you have to understand that the dendrobium Zarb different because that flowering style is quite different. They don't fly off from the same in the same way. Do they? Sort of flying from the side of the stag with a very short flowering stem as opposed to that long one get. We found offices years. There is different than two or three ways from other orchids. And as soon as you realize that most of the darkest got two or three significant but as if you only differences than the very to grow one is you know one or two key things. The key for this one is an interest and a glowing period joining address. You keep it cool in cool bright dry conditions Jewish growing face you know what orchid the key to eight was you do this L. Thrive. It's not difficult to grow at home now. The third question w dividing the Bronx leads at the bottom and a difficult one to answer. It's basically that says yes. No these orchid if it's not given a proper rest videoed develop not bronze. Let's they're called chi-chi's new plantlets on the canes if it does so these are best sprayed with some water will. Miss missed it and win the have enough road full five a couple of inches in length either be snapped off and then all put together in small report and you have a new plan but on this case in this picture this is not. Lebron's lead it doesn't look like a is. It just looked looks like a new cane. Orchid looks that it could do with reporting and now it is that I tend to report it all the way until the end of June. So it is best reported in a weaponry party is good to take a little bit of also dog from the bottom of the boat and boot the audit into its new book which should be only slightly bigger a little bit deeper. These huge go into into the bar. So if you really really wanted you cool take that bit off. But it's risky and you have to ask why the best thing is to be less with planned so you end up with a big stronger thriving blunt and what is the best mix to use with the dendrobium is it just like kind. Classic orchid bog just simply bought a don't balk based or anything called compost. You Know Eh isn't a very and you do. Not because they have long games a lot of people feel they need to put him in a big. But the problem with this is that it's not easy to keep it on the very dry Jimmy. It's rest period. So if need be for weight you could put a couple of Februaries in the but the best to just every time you just slightly at the best the next size up in terms of thought so the nets sized book on. I know that I say it. It looks a little bit too big for its board. But that's what it needs to do to do and say just balk which will enable enabled the grower to keep it on the on the dry side during rest field watering these kids. I mean is there any special requirements? Here judy is growing face You what you keep it moist but not overly wet. You can use hardwood that it's easy but it's good at least from time to time to use a rainwater always luke warm temperatures and it was. The new. Gains was the end of the season growing cheese on Wednesday new case of the the height. Alsi availed gains than you. Keep it on the dry side very little water from time to time with Chevy Mistake. So doesn't get bone dry and deal. You see a new buds appearing on the new gains. The new gains also good to be stoked will be supported otherwise can just fold over all or the garden grow. Not Straight okay. That makes sense. Well that's helped me. Also because I've I've got a couple of little Katie's or might dendrobium which I have. I have to say already removed without really checking what I was supposedly but removed them and they were glass of water in the minutes. Must pop those up there quite small but they have got decent read some them so they can just go into one newport with market bark and hopefully they'll go next year with the oxy skype is is you can just snap them off the gain of the boom rather than a cover to cut off a little bit of this time as you have to do with the with the front office and then. Yes dorothy three together with them on on a very small against the Mita in Bach and and not too much watering at the START STUCCO FLEETS. And then you'll have a and what about this worry that people have the they're all kids in see through. Pulse is not true because I can't seem to come from the nursery and report to. We need to look for seats. Report Oral Paik once. Okay very good question. A book is good because you see the system village focusing the size especially Clear all else equal is a good thing. I clear poured for not only for August for plotted plants as well because I can see the roots but it is not necessary to grow or what is essential in a boat. The guarding orchids is that it has good. Greenwich has blend your host closer to drain or kids especially for an obvious need to drain and dry well. Between what the other thing. Also which is the secret is easy. Key is don't even have a dome even clear participation it the Dome it is definitely made for orchids because no The plan needs that kind of special boot so there are clear thoughts in the market. Which frankly not really good for you. Because they don't have good Greenwich as long as the pot has very good grant. 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Aretha Franklin seriously ill, sources say

Mitch Albom

00:34 sec | 4 years ago

Aretha Franklin seriously ill, sources say

"The family of a music. Legend is asking for prayers the friends and family of. The Queen of soul have gathered at her bedside sources confirmed WJ News Aretha Franklin is, in grave condition in recent years the seventy six year old Franklin has battled several serious health problems she said, she'd be retiring from concerts, in two twenty seventeen she, last, performed in November of. Two thousand seventeen she. Was born in Memphis Tennessee in nineteen forty two relocated to Detroit before she was five years, old at eighteen she was signed to Columbia

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Apple iPhone 2018 series dummy units leaked, reveal all three variants

MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks

04:06 min | 4 years ago

Apple iPhone 2018 series dummy units leaked, reveal all three variants

"I love using it whenever I can. I, I'm always hoping I can use it more places. Another thing apple that apple mentioned during this earnings results call is finally CBS is going to allow Apple Pay. If you remember way back when they disabled it in favor of the now failed current see. Payments platform. So they're going to be opening that up. And apple continues to work to expand and grow. Apple Pay. Sounds like it's paying off for them. And then lastly, another thing paying off in this quarter. We've mentioned services. Part of that is apple music. Fifty million apple music listeners. Now they say across both paid subscriptions and free trials. And as a matter of fact, revenues on apple music grew fifty percent over this past quarter. So apple continuing to expand rapidly on apple music, and that's a significant contributor to their services revenue. And I have to imagine once they launch this video service sometime in twenty nineteen, that is going to be a nother leapfrog for services, and I look forward to seeing that happen but overall fabulous quarter for apple. Third quarter of twenty eighteen much better. Better than I thought they were gonna do. Although they did note, it was in some of the numbers a little bit lower than what Wall Street was expecting. So we'll have to see and watch what this does to the straw stock price. But I think you know, with these kind of numbers, Apple's going to be just fine. As we get closer to the fall, we are getting more and more details about this year's iphone lineup. It's starting to solidify at this point. We're at that magic place where we're a few months from the announcement and that means we're getting stronger leaks and indications coming out of the supply chain. Yes, Tim cook says, don't trust the supply chain. But as we get closer to actual announcement launch date, it starts to become a little bit more believable. And this time around this week, apple leaker Benjamin Gaskin who's been pretty accurate with a lot of his leaks in the past. He posted some images of dummy units of the new iphones to his Twitter account, and it seemingly confirms the three sizes that we've already been talking about three sizes, three models, the to lead models, five point, eight inch, replacing the current iphone ten in a new larger six point. Five inch iphone ten model and then the lower cost really mid range priced six point, one inch LCD model. It does show the six point five inch version with a two limbs camera. Not a three lens camera. There had been some rumors out there that there may be a third lens added in there. Although it was debatable a lot of the images. It just looked like it was the LED flash, what's which sits in the middle, that a lot of people were trying to call the third lens. So expect that to be a two lens camera system just like in the five point, eight inch model and then a few more details on the six point, one inch model, it's believed that it will have an aluminum frame instead of a steel frame in these are all things to kind of reduce the cost to the production costs can be that lower priced model. So St. aluminum frame instead of steel. We've already heard the rumors that it may not have three touch on the display. Also, it will have just a single lens camera, and it may be the only model that will come in colors. So I don't know if that means it's meant to replace the iphone SE. Something that was noted in the quarterly results call was that the iphone SE isn't quite selling as well as apple would like anymore..

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