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"glen rogers" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews

Unstructured Interviews

05:02 min | Last month

"glen rogers" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews

"Ten Years Fifteen years. So it wasn't decided. Wow. Get it. They just did a story on me once a month or two I'd be in the inquirer. And every time it story would come out people to call me and tell me different stories of what they know like this is. A story. This one guy called me. I got to tell you one story regarding shotgun Marcus Allen came over to this guy's house in. gave him a shotgun instead hold during the middle of the trial it was a a nickel plated shot. In the I gave it to was one of the witnesses it was to say, Oj had a violent and he said I was that guy's house and he showed me this nickel player shotgun saying. Who gave it? So these little pieces that people were give me that could put into the puzzle. You're telling me some fact we talked before about. Glen Rogers and his family that I think you had a term for the family well. I. Like the Devil's rejects it still working in America, but you know alleged. Only, get. Too many people angry with me right now Lincoln's some people still out there I don't I don't think glen ride with all the murders himself look what all my bed and we'll all have seen I don't foresee that but I'm not. I can't say, Ooh, did it because of liability and that's I would like to turn over all this to the two beds. So they can the rest of it up. I'm Glen Rogers all the way down to baby. Right you said that you have identifying information about other potential victims that you've tried to give to law enforcement and what has happened on onstage here about it. I can't seem to get them to listen even though I've got social security numbers, dates of different people. That he just had notes and gave to his mom and said, don't give this anybody. So it makes you wonder who are those people are you look up? Yes but a cabinet you know it's hard to go that direction I'm not that I don't have equipment that the police would have..

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"glen rogers" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews

Unstructured Interviews

04:21 min | Last month

"glen rogers" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews

"Had a booth there and we were GonNa put out our movie and we had a little trailer there a lady actually came up to us and. said I need to talk. She said I've been looking for you for years. He said I was out when Nicole the night before the murder and I know what HAP- in. So she actually gave us a complete taped interview which we were lucky enough to be able to put into the movie pardon where she explained that she was out at the at the club. In, Doti fire was when the coal Nicole was Bertha was voted fired and then there was Glen Rogers and then there was the coal she pinpointed Glen Rogers and described him to a T. including the shoes he was wearing she described shoes as being brought him up I'll remain seedless was very it was amazing really, and this was without telling her anything she. had. Not. Seen our movie. We didn't have it out. So she had not a clue what was going into movie. She just wanted to tell a story and she said I've been crying and I've been afraid for all these years. She said because she really thought because during that meeting they had at the club I wasn't there. So this is all his it's everybody. Nicole was talking about picking up drugs in front and win though defiance he was using potentially. Yes. No I think it was a bigger shipment of drug. It was just A. Big Up. She was talking about I had to go to Washington up to Washington to pick up a load of drugs and I'll be back really was she a mule No, I. Don't think she was I think the problem that people had our our people was OJ. You'll remember the nine one, one call when he said I want all the phone numbers for all the drug dealers and prostitutes hanging around with my children. That's what started Solta he was looking for the drug dealer and that's why they went after Ron but. Ron was a worked at a restaurant. He didn't have the kind of money. It would take to buy that much cocaine to be supplying there is somebody there the head more money clout to do it so was Goldman dealing or no he he was an informant it was an informant in in my opinion he was part of the dealing that was going on. I think he was just one of many that work for somebody higher go to their house and pick up the drugs to sell against a low level dealer. Yes. Be a high level in the the weird thing was when the interview happened and they said that, Nicole, said she was going to Washington to pick up the stuff and then the next day Ronn said he was going to go over and drop off her sunglasses. And he had a meeting right afterward at the Marina, which was an hour and a half away from there and I was thinking to myself. That's one of the things that one of the biggest clues we got is okay he had to meet do guys at Marina. Del Rey Marina Yeah. Think.

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"glen rogers" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

10:01 min | 1 year ago

"glen rogers" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"You see he is in the room he two thanks to sing see see this is so thank you thank you I said that the hello he said she's she sees maybe it's because somewhere if FM music more variety one oh four three money at them thank you what doesn't kill you makes one of my FM I got them up in small with me not thank you you you thing that comes you finding things but when well you you may four three on with Mario Lopez Lopez were given other new controversial OJ moved Hollywood so this was turning a lot it has got a trailer for a new movie called the murder of Nicole brown Simpson all more dot com to to see it apparently Ron Goldman is not featured in this even though he was a co stories featured in the movie just on the title I see that makes me upset because my gosh all you did was go to return her sons are never return Sunday we don't know all that's all they did that there in lies a matter you don't deserve to be murdered well this is different because it points a finger at a different killer not OJ meanness vari plays no call or member transamerican pa I do next all plays Glen Rogers who apparently confessed to the murder a few years back I forgot about that and in real life that guy is currently on death row for other car I guess if your already do in life for a bunch of other murders why not just start making up stuff.

"glen rogers" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"glen rogers" Discussed on The First Degree

"That wouldn't be the case but of course you know that was very very shortly and how it's been almost twenty four years later not honestly gotten a straight answer well. He has so many times to appeal taber year where so this has been obey the year. This is going to be the year we have been told that for the last ten years you know and it's Kinda to the point where we'll you know. Is it ever going to happen. I mean now. It looks like his fortune news over He has no more pills therefore he can't try to fight anymore so as crystal. She thought she would feel better. Glenn was executed. I don't know if I'll feel better. I don't know if they'll even change me and all cause damage. I mean really his own but every year for the last twenty four years there's every year we have had to relive it. We've got interviews. I have very few I've only done one when I was younger and then in one about four years ago and then now and the one a few years ago that done it helped me so much much to actually be able to talk about it and get it out because I I deal with it very differently the older I've gotten harder. It gets you to their mother. They You know there's there's days though man you just need you I don't think you much They will be spared either. I just I just just more out of the teacher. The equation crystals heart isn't the only one that's broken. We have all the family members of all of Glen Rogers victims to you consider here and they've all been waiting for twenty four years and I cannot imagine the emotional suffering and Lord knows what other kind of suffering they've all been dealing with since Glenn at took their loved ones away and then we were contacted by the victim's advocate in Florida Florida to write letters say how this is affected the martyrs of these. How has it played a partner online these family not just the same these families need closure. There's no sense and going on by spend all all this money and see the more that had a little pair found it over with so crystal sent us the letter that she sent to the governor and a lot of details much of what she shared with us today but I'm going going to read some of the last paragraph so you can get an idea of truly how important this is to her. She said today. I'm thirty eight. It's been almost twenty four years. I still have battles in fight. Demons can describe the pain. The murder of my mother has caused but unless you lived it words couldn't honestly describe it. I've lived a life of fear heartache. Anguish always questioning second guessing people. There's always a rainbow after a storm and God bless me the good life in wonderful family. I've prayed constantly for strengthened peace. So it's time for closure. The women he murdered in the families of the murder victims deserve justice to be served. I plead and beg of you. Let's Ns us. Glen Rogers does not deserve to go on living. Even if it's in prison he's still walking talking eating drinking. He can still talk to his family. He can still smile L. and laugh and joke. He is alive and breathing while my mother lays in a casket Kohl's in the ground he's alive while a big part of US died. When he took my mother it does not deserve to have what he took away from those women he deserves far worse than what can be given to him and he will only receive that when he goes before the man upstairs upstairs please. I beg signed the execution papers we deserve closure and peace of mind and then she signed her name followed by by Remembering Always Linda Price Sandra Gallagher Teena Marie cribs and Andy Giles sudden and crystal. We commend you and support you so much on this entire journey. You've demonstrated so much strength and thank you so much for letting US share your story. So what did we learn learned today. It's relatable and scary just for a normal girl going out with friends or with other people people around like it's not like anybody put themselves in the wrong situation or were walking down a dark alley like he really just found people and I mean Linda was only in Mississippi State Fair. Linda was with her family. Andy was with her roommate. Yeah you know with three friends and Sandra joined Glenn in his friends so tarred had just called her husband. You know it's it's like you feel like you're safe but there are wolves in sheep's clothing everywhere potentially everywhere in anywhere yeah all right well big. Thank you to crystal for me. I agree thank you so much. You have so much strength for what you've been through. Its I cannot imagine and we feel very honored to share your story with all of our listener so I hope that we did it justice if anybody listening getting has a first degree connection to murder other stranger than fiction story. Please write us. Hello at the first degree PODCAST DOT com. Go get some first degree merch and we're. We're still doing our review giveaway. If you leave us a five star review on Apple podcasts leave your instagram handle in the comments we are picking two winners each week to get some free first degree. 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"glen rogers" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"glen rogers" Discussed on The First Degree

"I think I think there are more and I don't think a huge effort was made but he had bragged to acquaintances that Sandra Sandra Gallagher was actually his eighth murder in she. Her murder occurred before Andy's Linda's and Tina's so you know there's there's that to start in California. Glenn was suspected in four unsolved killings in Ontario port. Why niimi where the victims were either strangled or stabbed set on fire left in bathtubs. These were all similar to his other murders. There is a woman named Kerry Ellen Gaskins choose from Ohio. She was a redhead and apparently Glenn forced her into sex work and she was found stabbed to death and many believe Glenn was the one that stabbed her death and there are many many others with Glenn's work travelling to the carnivals. There's no way to no how many crimes he could be connected to but it's it's one of those things that that I've seen people looking at online trying to match up you know and and when you're a carnival worker you're not even necessarily sure which carnival you're working at because there's a bunch of different carnivals trying to match up who is in town the the the you know. These people went missing. These people went murdered. It's actually Batman returns. That was one of the story lines it was like there was a carnival in town and then people would go missing thing and it was because that was the penguin killing people. It's crazy that this stuff happens in real life and that's what this guy was. He was a menace that was around from town to town and just doing his thing and it's weird that there's still these like constructs and it's weird that sees things like carnivals still office crime so follows them yeah and it's this transient sort of existence that still breeds killings. It's like murderers in a way that it's like being back in the seventies. It's so strange yeah I mean I remember doing a just because like we were talking about. I'm kind of fascinated with carnivals carnivals and they were always something that I loved as a child I did a story for village voice and I went and interviewed all the different the people at the carnivals and the people and and you know the money on a carnival they were no and they were also you know the things that they have to deal with to a lot of people get get loaded loaded. There's a lot of often there's a lot of drugs there. There's a lot of gang activity that goes to the carnivals late at night and he was telling me about how guys would pull guns on him because he's like the gun guy guys pick at real guns shut yeah it was it was a it was a crazy story but then also sometimes at those carnivals you also have religious people going along with them and trying to proselytize because they know that they're going to be people that are following in the carnivals that that might be searching searching for something so it's you know it's a very fascinating. It is fascinating so when it comes to Glen Rogers the truth will never really been known as far as how many people he killed information about his background is convoluted for a lot of reasons and a lot of information as Jack said earlier comes from his brother clay came from the same dysfunctional poisonous background as Glenn the rest comes from Glenn who is a sociopathic killer so everything he says also needs to be taken with a grain of salt and several investigations were reopened following being Glenn's capture especially in the states where he had allegedly killed from tips. Police did a few excavations in search of more bodies but such efforts were inconclusive. Have even male victims were considered given the Mark Peters murder it looked as if Glen Rogers killed as much for Gagne as he did for sport or for some other type of sexual or emotional release. Glen Rogers lived for attention from women from the media from his mother anything in this being said it's something we have to bring up in case you Google Glen Rogers. We weren't gonNA bring it up because it's ludicrous. However when clay did his interview for my brother the serial killer he claimed that his brother Glenn Killed Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman admitted to killing them and yes Glenn also admitted to killing them but that is clearly untrue and the reason why he said this is because apparently he worked as a handyman in her building but there's no proof of that. This is evidence at all he he just said this and Nicole Sister Denise said this is total crap. This is bullshit no. OJ killed my sister and Ron in the Goldmans feel feel the same way. They both agree that this is a pathetic attempt for Glenn to get more attention but it is something like if if you guys go and Google Lynn Rogers for this it is the main thing that pops yeah bring it up but I want to know because we know people are going go to let me just it's one of those things where yeah and again it's sort of like when you think about him admitting to every other murder admitting to these ones that he obviously didn't Indu and still not admitting to the layer of her mom of Linda's yeah. That's just something it's a fury hitting but there was something in him that that made him feel about it negative amortization different. He's like that's uncomfortable. Yeah uncomfortable oh or ashamed. I don't know if you've can feel shame when you're somebody like him but I think he can. Yeah I think you can so where's Glenn Now well. He's in Florida on death row where has been for twenty four years. He's had multiple appeals over and over within those lost twenty four so Glenn Roger has been sitting on death row since he was sentenced in ninety seven and it's kind of interesting I mean first of all he was sentenced to death in both California and Florida and I'm not surprised that he was sent to Florida because we don't really execute people in California anymore. So that alone makes me feel like they wanted to execute him but they they haven't for one reason or another my grandmother and aunt and uncle aunt and uncle had to fly out Florida for the case in Florida and I spent a week there are so so they keep us up to date of what was going on tire and then of course he receives the death penalty there which was really. We thought he's got a death penalty. He'll be a matter of We'll get justice without. You know he's got choose. I don't think they they were not prolong. CBS No more than ten maybe fifteen years.

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"glen rogers" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

08:55 min | 1 year ago

"glen rogers" Discussed on The First Degree

"Was actually the first convicted killer to be extradited from the death row of one st which was Florida and to be tried for murder in another state which is California because back in the day the you no if they thought okay this guy's. He probably is responsible for this this and this these murders but we've got him. He's going to be killed. We're not gonNA want anymore for you know. We don't want to go through really the expense is really what it came down to right and so but in this case they did. I mean he was transferred to Los Angeles. He was was tried for murdering thirty-three-year-old Sandra Gallagher in during Glenn's trial for Sandra's murder. Her mother and sister testified how her murder totally destroyed the entire family. Sandra had three sons who are seven eight and fifteen at the time she was killed and she had actually been in the navy as an aviation electronics technician technician. She scored the highest of all of you county on the navy's intelligence test so this was a brilliant woman. It's hard to get into the navy and she was a mother of three. She was smart. She's intelligent and loved by your sons and husband in Glen took her away from all of them but jury convicted Glenn of the first degree murder of Sandra Gallagher as well as arson he was given the Death Penalty Glen's mother Edna testify during the penalty phase and begged for life life in prison instead of death for her son as she walked out of the courtroom Rogers mouth to her. You did okay. I think even this is so crazy like their weird eared relationship fucking odd you can see it. I can see like he did okay mom and it's like he doesn't hate his mother but he does He. He Sh- I sure does for sure and he was never tried for Linda's murder. According to police reports the reason is that the Hinds County County District Attorney's office said they weren't GonNa try him because he already had to death penalty convictions. They don't WanNa put Linda's family through the trial again. I believe it was is probably also about money as well and he also wasn't member he wasn't prosecuted for mark. Peters and he wasn't prosecuted for Andy's so so what's even more interesting is he wasn't prosecuted for Linda's murder but at least eventually admitted to all all of the other murders except for Linda he denied ever meeting. Her mother is the only woman that he crain's to never have met. He claims he never even knew mother but yet. We have pictures of him. My mother to gather Horley takes me off that he was never tried in Mississippi. That's one of the the things that I have dealt with my life that maybe I didn't fight hard enough and I did. I know I I there was not much. I could do as the child but as I got older I pushed I ask questions. I wanted to know why finally I got a hold of the people people that I needed to talk to define out by. He was not trod here and that's when I got those answers and and it wasn't good enough. It's not good enough. it's still heart and makes me very angry that he he will never get justice for my mother but it does give me some relief that he will be. He had been didn't finish for like two of his victim. Either way we know he will never get out of jail whether they are not oftentimes oftentimes you hear stories about killers serial killers who will admit to a bunch of murderers and there's one that he had definitely done but then he'll say right now in a lot of times it's for it might be a child well. They always say that because the prison yeah and but this is possibly because he was too close to the victim in a sense of justice and he feels sort of feels he potentially might feel a little. I don't want to say he feels bad about it but there's something there that is whenever you you see somebody that is saying no. I didn't do this to a particular victim. You look at the victimology what was different from her than the other ones it's because he actually had a relationship with removed if they worked together for like three weeks straight you know met the the family. I mean Tina cribs. They met at a bar. She was dead that night. He spent two days with Andy Sutton and then came back killed that night is your thing though that he'll stand or gallagher that night I mean he got to know his her children her mother. That's the thing it's like. It's it's interesting to me because there are other people around that are alive that knew you and knew that you met her for. It's not trying to just pretend that you didn't meet a random person. Well that's interesting. You say that so. Let's hear how Glenn reacted when crystal decided to write him a letter. I had him a ladder and that goes back to a while. He denied knowing my mother her and I asked him in this letter. You know I was eighteen years old. Maybe a little pass up but I had a nervous breakdown and I needed answers. Aged wanted answers. He needed to tell me what possessed him. Hey My mother from US government that letter and acid acid denied knowing her. You live with her. You showered her with gifts at the beginning. Why would you deny that and then why would would you take her life and you know I figured you know he would read it. You know I figure he would write back but no later. I get a letter from his attorney that I had a standard gland I had and that I better not contact Glenn ever again. Our actions will be taken by just say and I'm like assailant him really thank. You got hurt over frigging letter when you have murdered all these women. You didn't get offended when you were stabbing. They got some of that but it was just crazy. Offenders you know here you are on this big billy bad ass serial Taylor but yet this kid that you Meyer. Her mother offended his attorney right back saying you're offending him. Please don't him Jesus. No He's the worst he's a of fucking Shit. Imagine so crystal was eighteen at the time. She just had a nervous breakdown. She was fourteen when her mother was murdered. Just Crystal and you're upsetting hassle strength is incredible. Yeah this is only four years old at this time and and how she dealt with this is just and you'd have to you have to think that was an every it takes a lot to have somebody that is in jail for life or eventually on death row to say. I don't want letters because they want. Letters letters is a big thing for them. They want they want stuff. That's the start that they liked that stuff off their board. They WanNa see what's going on for somebody to say that and then also deny it to there. was something really different about this murder than the other murders for this asshole yeah. I think I think you're right. I think it goes hand in hand with denying it so on the heels of what we were talking about earlier with not prosecuting. Andy's murder with not prosecuting Linda's not prosecuting Mark Peters the facts Glenn said he killed what seventy people his sister sue said he killed fifty five people. I don't feel like there was a massive effort made to connect tend to other murders yeah. I don't know why I don't know if like we looked at what was happening between ninety five ninety seven. I don't.

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"glen rogers" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

09:33 min | 1 year ago

"glen rogers" Discussed on The First Degree

"The car including a cooler food a comforter and social security cards belonging to Andy Sentence Roommate where identified as having been stolen from Andy and Theresa's says apartment so obviously crystal and her family were relieved at hearing the news of Glens arrest it was too weak across MC two weeks. It was the first day I had went back to school. Well then of the day hey it was time for me to go home and my air which was my mother sister with me up and she wasn't there so I start freaking out. I'm thinking Oh my gosh. He's gotten too small family. He's done something an hour goes by. Nobody's there nobody's her. Torma family anybody in my family and about that time the school areas you fight. They called him. They caught him. They found glanced and they got him. He's in custody. Breathe a little bit. There's a little bit but you know not much but a little bit they actually be attacked him with with that's when we went in the new cast they came out and they showed us the actual breach of the chase and the a list so now that Glenn was in custody crystal and her family feel any better. We were all really but they call him but the fair was there had done implanted that Soci- I would I mean none of us would ever be normal game. We would never have any kind of sense of normal life of not being in fear and not constantly looking looking and wondering and thinking you know second guessing there's always even twenty four years later. They're still fear. I mean I'm I'm I think I'm fine and their terms that I'm stare to even get out of a dangerous lie. You know as a true crime lover. We obviously spend a lot of time listening to some dark subject subject matter but when you go home and you go to bed you. WanNa feel safe and sound and you can with. At so with eighty two you can get all the latest innovation in an smart home security combined with twenty four seven monitoring from one of the most trusted name in home security. You can get a team of professionals designing and installing a secure smart mar home just for you. There's eighteen thousand employees safeguarding you with connection to first responders and you can get the nation's number one smart home security provider her with a secure smart home you have everything from video doorbells indoor and outdoor cameras smart. Lacson lights and they're all controlled from the ADT APP or or the sound of your voice can get professionally monitored carbon monoxide and smoke detectors and a system custom designed to fit your very own home and you can get safety on the go in the car or when your kids are at school with the adt go APP or an SOS button so today's podcast is sponsored by Adt so police are interviewing Glenn and they start telling him. We've got you for five people we think he murdered five people in Glens like you know what I killed seventy people so he starts talking over and over again hours and hours saying that he's murdered seventy people and the statement eventually makes it to the news and Soon Glenn is being described as has the US as most prolific serial killer and police departments with unsolved murders in more than two hundred jurisdictions where they knew that these carnivals had come in to start looking at Glen so everybody that you know they're trying to match up. was there a homicide at the same time of a carnival but in two and two together and saying could this potentially have been Glenn Glenn Sister Sue went on the show a current affair and said that her brother had admitted to killing fifty five people and that she was really afraid of him and eventually Glenn stopped talking and he learned up so Tina cribs loved ones mourned her by bringing her ashes the show town bar in Tampa where she had met glen they they put the urn containing her ashes on the bar and ordered around we had our last drink with her as they cried her friends said and with Info garnered garnered during the preparation for the murder trials along with the media attention more info about Glenn came to light an an article by Nick Riccardi for the La Times he offered some interesting info and I'm clearly including this so we could it really paints a really good picture of Glen and I know we've explained like his big belt buckles his upbringing but some of these anecdotes are really specific and demonstrate him really well so a childhood friend and Glen said that he liked the party life the rough redneck cowboy life he recalled guns smiling and constantly singing the song all my ex's live in Texas substituting Ohio for Texas all right first of all stop right. There doesn't even right doesn't rhyme but I can see a guy singing in a back of a pickup up tracks like live in Ohio paints a really good picture and he's also a fucking idiot yeah well off and he's a sociopath was described as others. He was described by others from his hometown as being the most street-smart Mo fo any of them. I'm it ever met many of whom idolize plan other people described him as a man who you could never find during the day he'd only be found at night in the scene. CD Bars ars where he perfected his skills of picking up women and they described these bars bars at only serve drinks and red cups You don't like shells of peanuts. That's on the grounds like it was a this article by Nick Cardy was his coverage of this case was brilliant. It was really good but it paints a picture. It's like this is where he was born. This is where he sharpened his sweet talking sort of like country. This is fine. This was his training ground. This is how he sharpened everything and then he was Zabell too when he did walk into a bar in new town. It was kind of like who's this. WHO's this new stranger. This blonde haired stranger and you know he didn't go anywhere where that wouldn't work in. La There's a big like we we love that stuff country sort of we love transplants. We love people from other endearing. It's not like he was going to New York City with this or Chicago like he was going to Louisiana. You know he was going to either fit in or he would stand out in a good way and he was going to places where he'd be a big fish in a small pond right like the mysterious stranger from out of town were an eight. He's driving an eighteen wheeler in that's that's like oh big money. Worldly like because truck drivers make decent money so he knew who to target to be this cazenove and that's why they named him the Casanovas killer okay but when the pros examined Glenn's crimes they determine that he was what they called an organized killer and it seemed that he killed both for financial gain a and for his own satisfaction or relief and that was assuming that his murders were triggered by anger and he was sloppy in allowing people to see him with all of his victims he was using in his real name and a lot of places and that may have sped up his killing spree due to the stress of realizing that he'd probably be caught and killed. He also had an average verge. I Q and suffered multiple injuries including inter cranial bleeding after being beaten by pool cue and being knocked out with a tire iron. That's interesting which part well so basically what happened was. I mean doctors look at his brain scans. There's no way to tell I mean they notice like this. Temporal lobe is different but you don't know if that's from his substance abuse yeah naturally head injuries when yeah when he was doing that as a kid or the toxic waist bathing or being submerged in his bathtub hey guys or his or his mother when he was an infant knocking him out apparently at least one they were saying it. Could you know his his impact is impulse control his empathy his ability to quit alcohol alcohol right like these these brain damages but I'm not going to get into the medical shit because I'm not a doctor. You're not doing medical medical podcast all right so Glenn was in custody and not with simple but prosecuting him would not be so simple so glenn was I going to face face charges in Florida for Tina cribs murder and he had an eight day trial the jury convicted him of first degree murder gave him the death rath penalty specifically he was to die by the.

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"glen rogers" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

09:03 min | 1 year ago

"glen rogers" Discussed on The First Degree

"This was gonNA sixties. Yeah so that Kinda that makes sense yeah so they want the judge and the judge basically said No. She's not allowed to do it because she wasn't in any physical danger whatever so that's after that is when Glenn was born so basically they didn't want him so that's the basis for kind of how his childhood sort of went after that and then there is we also talked about there's this. Radford the university study on him and they bring up this and it and it sounds odd just if you don't know the the context behind it but they bring up that he was born the Syrian section and there are some real whack a doodle theories out there that if you're born via Syrian section action as opposed to a vaginal birth that you are not as connected with your mother and it's it's just ridiculous Nicolas and so like Wall Radford University. They were compiling all this information. They were tossing in some many. We call pseudo science even saying saying anything about it. It was literally a time. They'll throw it in there in there because maybe it's relevant media future they would determine that it was. I who knows and maybe it speaks more to the MOM speaks more to the mother's age than necessarily anything else where it's like. If you're the seventh kid I don't know how old she was when she gave birth to glen the fact that there's a Shitty fucking mom yeah well and according to the that Radford University information when Glenn was still L. A. Baby his mom slapped him so hard that it apparently he was unable to breathe and he actually passed out and they actually approved in the restraints on him to subdue him and when he learned a free his arms from those restraints she kept him tied in and then that's when he would start eating paint eight of the walls chances and then during baths his mom grabbed his head and held it underwater and apparently she threatened to kill her children in an even tried to drive off a cliff with all of them in the car it day in time pay for this world is so quick. We'll you know you have the illness. You have depression you. Have this and you have that last plane that for UH screwed up you. Are you know your mother or your father abused. You blame that on the way you are okay I can. I can understand saying that my thing is you. Choose your path because I'm others murder. I have dealt with depression. I have dealt with a lot of mental mental illnesses I'm still dealing with things now and it does to me like from my mother's murder and the things that joke choke twice but I'm not GonNa sit there and say oh I can go out and wall bake and it's because of things that are happening. No you choose your path. He chose fast if he had a bad childhood. I'm so sorry for him. I I could not never as a mother. If I understand how someone could hurt their children never you had a bad childhood. You can either let got it. Make your break you and obviously he let it for him to the point where he thought he has so much hatred for his mother her. He took it out on other women so as we've previously mentioned. Glenn be all the women in his life he had been arrested for a list of charges too long to list robbery assault arson and a million times over he'd been arrested for several other violent offenses on multiple occasions spanning from fourteen to thirty three when his killing spree began but the thing we really should talk about how is the fact that he targeted redheads and his mother was a red and that's a pretty obvious correlation. I mean I mean I mean there is a psychology today. Article by Catherine Rans Ramsland who talks about how there's actually a couple of serial killers who've targeted redheads in one of them. I can't recall what his name was but they said that when he saw a red woman it would he would become. I'm lucky for like violence. I don't know what this is. What I know bill you like red heads to I think right. How's her tractor we too. Are you there the few fewest of them you know what I mean like redheads to thing I mean I think it's interesting that like he only killed red hat's yeah no. I think their uh-huh mother. They had this thing with his mother yeah well. There's a lot of mommy shoes and a lot of cases similar to this but that's kind of that's the marker car and that's a correlation that he's taking the hair yeah and there has to be a connection because it was obvious because remember when we were talking about the women that he's meeting meeting. He's meeting other women at the same time and he's he's meeting these women in groups and he's going home with with two women. He's choosing the redhead and he's doing this over and over again. I mean Debbie was his wife. Debbie was blonde. She didn't kill Debbie. He had a girlfriend in Los Angeles. I think her name was Mary Mary. He didn't kill Mary. I mean he didn't kill all of the women and another thing that crystal stead the night. Linda was murdered he had gotten off the phone with his his mother in the Radford University study. They said he called his mother offering killed Linda and said some really dark stuff in crystal said that he would call his mother before for all of his killing yeah and I mean it's it's interesting and it's it's very at Kemper esque. Yes Very Kemper. US Yeah so back to the manhunt America's most wanted actually covered Glenn and his murders the police went around to all the different carnivals looking for him and I mean you could just imagine how difficult that is other criminals potentially not everybody that works at a carnival is a criminal but certainly certainly the stereotype is that is the stereotype and I do love carnivals so you know the police were becoming concerned about this guy because they were hearing stories about him and he's showing up at the bars and he's showing his face. He's flashing cash is buying everyone's shots and it seemed as if he knew the end was going to come and he wasn't trying to hide and stay under the radar he might have been potentially going out in a blaze of glory and it potentially could have been only a matter of time until he was going to have that urge that feeling that I wanNA kill again because he's not trying to save himself now because he's just showing himself everywhere right and eventually the police got there lucky break so Glenn was spotted mid mid afternoon by state troopers on a two Lane Road in Waco Kentucky One hundred twenty miles from his hometown of Hamilton and how they actually spotted had him. I mean basically Glenn at stopped by a cousin's house in the cousin. Call the police and told them and said that she was heartbroken to to do it. She was reluctant to do it but she had to do it good on her yeah so the trooper who spotted him a photo of Glenn in his car and they were looking for him obviously like I mentioned the cousin reported so they they had a roadblock set up and all of that stuff and when they approached Glenn he he was drinking and driving and he took a Swig of beer out of a beer can and through the empty Kellyanne at the police cruiser before speeding off and the police chase he was throwing half drunk cans of beer at the police cars that will get them so the high speed chase ensued and Glenn reached one hundred miles per hour and at one point he drove right between a number number of patrol cars attempting to act as a barrier barricade roadblock what have you so they actually attempted to shoot at Glen during the chase at one point but they missed so so no it nobody was injured but the chase continued for fifty miles through four towns with Glenn Running Red Lights and driving on the wrong side of the highway until until he was finally run off the road the drunken Glen Rogers smells of alcohol and was looking dazed and confused and had a crazed look on his face when they pulled him from the vehicle no shut and finally on November thirteen th two weeks after Linda's murderer Glen Rogers was finally taken into custody numerous items were recovered from Tina's car and were identified as belonging to her. Florida and Mississippi license plates were recovered from the vehicle additional personal items in.

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"glen rogers" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

08:53 min | 1 year ago

"glen rogers" Discussed on The First Degree

"Mark Peters and Glenn's hometown of Hamilton there was this elderly man named Mark Peters who Glenn had actually lived with at ten different addresses over fourteen years after his mother no longer let Glenn Live with her and Glenn. Dan was living with mark in September nineteen ninety-three and a month later mark went missing all of a sudden and he was seven seventy only one year old electrician and he was a veteran he was the you know he would just let Glenn and and you know help them get back on his feet again and and he would ask Glenn maybe to do some light errands in exchange for the room and board right and mark actually had family and he had a daughter who lived in the Hamilton area as well so when when he turned up missing in late October his daughter reported it to the police and she said that her father mark had a collection of coins antiques and some guns all of which were missing in the police searched but found no trace of mark so it was really perplexing and the Hamilton what's in please wanted to speak with Glen about mark's disappearance Glenn had already left for Los Angeles and they were unable to immediately locate him and mark's car was also missing fast forward to the end of nineteen ninety three to January of Nineteen ninety-four police searching for mark eventually searched the cabin owned by one of Glenn's family members and found a skeleton bound to a chair under a pile of furniture due to the state of the remains officials officials were able to ascertain the cause of death but it was clearly no accident and they were able to identify the skeleton as belonging to seventy one year old mark computers the police suspected Glenn but he was long gone but his absence initially prior to him being implicated in Mark's death was not atypical Glen would leave Hamilton for weeks months or even years at a time but he was always returned home eventually so it wasn't off for him to pick up and disappear and travel with carnivals and do the things he was known to do so but you know after mark's body was found there was a federal warrant issue. Schieffer Glenn's arrest for the suspected involvement in Mark Peters harder so over here at the first degree. We love love a sponsor that is environmentally friendly so I'm super excited to tell you about ren clean skin care so ren believes and being cleaned his skin and also clean clean to the planet. They know that what goes on your body is keys. They only choose bioethics that benefit skin health and ingredients that protect the efficacy of the formula and make it a pleasure to use the result is clean safe skin care with no toxins no harsher controversial chemicals and no potential irritants ever but it's it's not just enough to offer clean products. They also want to be cleaned the planet and have pledged to zero waste by twenty twenty one. They have also updated their skin clean primer. It's called perfect canvas and they've opted to be more recyclable. It's amazing. It's silicone free and clean makeup primer. 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She also said my son was the most caring child of all my children she also the pleased that she spoke with Glen on the phone two weeks prior and he denied killing family friend Mark Peters and all of the women an told the police that he had a typical childhood but he dropped out of school in the ninth grade because of reading difficulty but she did say that he had a rash that developed after falling into a toxic puddle and she said quote. You know how kids get into things. Let's basically the joker right. They're falling into a toxic right. Yes that must be. It's it's such an odd thing for mom to be like my son is innocent exceeded normal childhood how ever yeah he put all that is so you know your. Nana's wasn't anything I did certainly not yeah can't be anything that the mom dead now but now's a good time as any to talk about Glenn's Mommy the issues and we talked about this in episode one but here's the whole pitcher so Glenn was of quote Hamill Tuck in stock and this is a very disparaging reference. It's to the backwoods culture of APPALACHIA. He was one of seven children born to Edna and Claude Rogers is dad worked at a paper mill for sixteen years. There's he drank every day was alcoholic and he often beat ad and beat the seven kids and he wants threatened to kill his wife if she left him during one of the beat beatings. He broke her nose and knocked her out. She was completely unconscious right off the bat. We have a lot of physical abuse that he's witnessing yeah. They were poverty stricken. We mentioned this episode in part one but he you know when his dad lost his job. The seven of them mm seven of the siblings plus. The two parents had moved into a two bedroom home with one bathroom so it's kind of it's it's not conducive to a lot of space and health and boundaries foundries and all those sorts of things the parents of Glenn the father specifically kept several guns in the home and he was fired from the paper mill for drinking on the job and after he lost his job they had to move into the worst part of town. When you moved about parts of town obviously you're exposed to more crime and bad influences high risk behavior things like that. The seven kids were tormented by the neighborhood children and the father encouraged them to fight back to defend themselves which encouraged courage sort of like this violent reaction to such things in glen apparently ain't paint chips in dirt so the Patriots were potentially Um and he was a bad water until he was twelve years old. There's no shame that everyone but it is considered in the triad colours though Cher and he also apparently banged his head purposefully over and over on the edge of his bed and he would concussed himself and become unconscious and by the way when he was doing this apparently he was showing he wasn't crying and he was showing no signs of distress at all yeah. It's not good if I see my kid doing that. I'm going to be like I'm out new mom so Glenn's older brother clay introducing the drugs and alcohol at the age of twelve as well. He was also beaten by his parents aren't more frequently than the other siblings because he was a little bit more rebellious and win. Glenn was sixteen. His father became disabled from a heart attack and I have to say in the last this episode. I said it was a stroke. If you look at the reporting they report on both it was a stroke was a heart attack. He was incapacitated by illness so I can't confirm which one it was but either way it's like you're seeing a lot of things were if you have maybe the the ability to be pushed into like the socio apathy horrible direction. These variables aren't aren't helping helping out no poverty no supervision violence abuse abuse he also you know there's all sorts of things that were happening so by the way a lot of this information that we're talking about with. Glenn's childhood comes it from a documentary called my brother the serial killer that's kind of from clay's perspective perspective of his life with Glenn how that all happened and an interesting thing that I saw on the documentary it was talking about when Glenn One was born so before Glenn was born. The MOM and the dad had five children six six children. They didn't want any more kids so she wanted to get her tubes tied so so they had to get a judge to approve of her getting her tubes ties was in Ohio when he was born in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven yeah.

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"glen rogers" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

08:48 min | 1 year ago

"glen rogers" Discussed on The First Degree

"Glenn in the police ruin guns trail from in Florida because Glenn had actually rented his hotel room under his real name. The police knew who they were looking for but they had no idea where he was going or what he would do next. I and if you're thinking Andy Sutton had lucked out by not being hurt by Glenn. You are right but unfortunately he went back. He wins. Louisiana a man eighty at an I spend the night with her. Then which is Florida Mattino Mattino killed her then came back to Jackson spent the night in apartment. What's dad mother then left there and went back to Louisiana where he killed eighty so driving. Tina cribs Ford Festiva Glenn headed back to Louisiana to link back up with Andy Sutton when he got there. He greeted her and told her that he had a surprise for her. He'd gotten her a car because Andy didn't have one but this sounds familiar. It's exactly athlete. Glenn did with Linda Price who loved bombing her after days of knowing her without even knowing her and it's even more twisted in this case because the car that he had brought back for Andy Belong to the woman that he'd killed days before in Tampa Tina crabs so so fucking and we are. We've seen this before are and actually we've seen this also in in fictional stuff to where a guy kills somebody takes their jewelry and then gives it to usually it's jewelry you. You know you very rarely that's at a car but this is this is super twisted because not only did he use this as his escape escape vehicle all and then he used it as a lower of with the love bomb and saying. I got you a car well because I think he saw how effectively think he actually bought what I think happened. He couldn't give Sandra's car to Linda because he set her on fire took a greyhound bus and I think he needed a car he. He said it was four Linda. Ah The effect it had on her so then he was like if I give a woman a car I kind of get whatever I want so he then use the same method fit on on Andy but had this car in like we had said previously when he had first met Andy. He left his red truck at her apartment urban complex so as to explain why he was coming back with this white car. It's again a eighteen wheeler yeah. Why would he just show but the new car. It's the gift for you. You don't have a car so he's like killing two birds with one stone making an excuse worms off and also and also winning over exactly so andy obviously actually had no idea but she was over the moon rightfully so and she glenn her roommate. Teresa decided to go out bar hopping together within a few hours. Glenn was glassy eyed and wasted. Is it again and Andy told Theresa that she was going to take Glen back their place to quote unquote sleep it off so theresa went to work and and Indian Glenn went back to their place to sleep it off. I guess after this Bar Craw. Theresa got back to their apartment at around three A. M. Glenn Red Truck. The pickup was still parked in the complex as parking lot and she walks into the apartment. The lights are all on but it didn't seem like anyone was home. So theresa sat on the couch and she ended up just passing out till the morning. She wakes up the next morning and she's looking around the apartment. She goes inside the bedroom and calls out. Andy and then she pulls the betting off the bed and what she finds horrifies. Her under the covers was the battered and bloodied body of her roommate. Andy and there was so much blood around the chest area that that and there was also a pillow covering her entire head and I couldn't tell for sure if it was andy or not she pulled the pillow off and she saw what she described as and this is a quote the most horrible agonizing facial features that she ever seen Andy's arm was back behind under head and there were also cut marks on her right wrist. There were stab wounds to Andy's abdomen upper body back shoulders torso antes mattresses waterbed and the mattress had multiple punctures and was leaking everywhere so indies cause of death was determined to be multiple stab wounds and some of which for more than six inches deep in total andy had fourteen stab wounds including numerous defensive wounds on her fingers and rest one of which penetrated penetrated down to her muscle. The murder weapon had been removed from a butcherblock knife set from there. Catch it. What terrified Theresa further other was that Glenn had killed Andy Wall Theresa had been sleeping on the couch and denso quietly so that means that she got home to insane chain saw that all the lights were on their door was shut? They shared a room and she passed it on the couch and she knows this. She knows it hadn't happened because when she woke up per person has gone Glenn had robbed the place in taking her purse wow so sh- he could have killed her while she's sleeping on the couch easily and but what he probably why he didn't is probably because he didn't think Theresa was home so when he came out he was probably shit. I I should probably just take what I can bounce bail as opposed to like risk Kerr yelling a neighbor hearing whatever but he very easily could have the Glenn of terror was now national news and Glenn was added to the FBI's ten. Most wanted list in the whole country was on edge especially every family member of his victims and terrified women across the country. We're left to wonder is Glen Rogers coming to my state next because nobody knew where he was and he'd she killed people in Multiple States California then to Mississippi then to Tampa dealing with this really yeah. You'RE NOT GENO serial killer. That's like in my t exactly it could strike anywhere anytime very bundy s yes and this man who possessed the power. ERTA charmers victims on a whim could be anywhere and arrest warrants were issued for him in Florida Mississippi and California and particularly terrifying an interesting interesting part of Glens crimes is he was leaving marks. He was using his real name wherever he went and he wanted people to know it was him he was trying to make a name for himself and they believe Hughes enjoying the killing and the fear that he was instilling across the entire country and he's like a mixture of like it's similar to what bt K. was doing. It's like he was enjoying it. He was enjoying notoriety. Ted Bundy was sort of transient in that he was popping around to avoid getting caught and then just the charming of the women it is very he was winning them over starting relationships in then would do that and then just disappear undoing the going through the idea of doing the love bombing with this car and saying I'm giving you a car and everything like that just to get them in a vulnerable situation and then killing them. I gotTa say though Jack. How many times have you been girl and I'm saying this because I have where it's like. A very handsome man walks into a bar and you're like Oh shit that guy is so my typo yeah and then you were so excited when he your his type two and you hit it off and you have another drink together and you do this whirlwind thing thing I mean that's how all my relationships have actually started me too and that when we're reading through this it is such a normal type of wait a meeting a guy and it you know the friends leave and then you're just left together and you don't ever think that you're being put in a very scary or dangerous situation not only that too. It's like for example. Andy first of all had a roommate. You know what I mean like. Glenn wasn't like I'm going to pick a woman alone. It's like I have a roommate who will come home if there was ever anything wrong. I have someone looking out for me same thing Sandra in Los Angeles she actually left to Glens friends and Glen Yeah they. He took a separate car. They were supposed to follow each other and it's like you leave with a bunch of friends. You don't you're not alone. It just seems he was an expert expert. Just making people feel safe and comfortable comfortable so as more info about Glen emerged it was revealed that he was also wanted for murder of his former roommate who was a family friend named.

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"glen rogers" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

08:58 min | 1 year ago

"glen rogers" Discussed on The First Degree

"Before Halloween and on November second second he was on his way on a Greyhound bus to Louisiana on that afternoon. Andy Loose Sutton was with her roommate Teresa at the it'll do lounge while they were sitting at the Bar Glenn walked in he was dressed in blue jeans a striped dress shirt and had long blond hair. Air India leaned over and whispered to her friend and said I like that as she emotion towards Glenn Andy was slender incredibly beautiful outgoing and had long red hair. Glenn eventually approached the women and struck up a conversation which Andy was pretty thrilled about shortly after the introduction. Shen Theresa had to go leave for work and she bartended at a place down the street and he stayed with Glenn and later that night. Andy called her roommate's. It's bar to let her know that the blonde stranger would be spending the night with them. The women shared a room so Andy told her that Teresa's pillow and blanket would be on the couch couch. Glenn stayed with the women for two days of their apartment that was actually situated above a Mormon Church Glennon. Andy totally headed off an Andy. She was falling for Glenn Fast as Linda Price had and Glenn told them meaning Andy Her roommate that he was actually a truck driver in that he drove you've eighteen wheelers and they actually had to go to Jackson. Mississippi to retrieve his eighteen wheeler so he left his red pickup truck at Andy's apartment complex lex kissed her goodbye and said he'd be back soon. The two women dropped Glenn off at the Greyhound Bus Terminal and he was gone but instead of going to Jackson. Mississippi zippy asked he said he was he detoured to Tampa Florida and he arrived at a Tampa Motel on November fifth. He told the motel clerk the has truck had broken down and he was warning about how tired he was. He got to the room for two days gave his address as the apartment where he'd killed Linda. In Jackson Mississippi he quickly dropped off his things in the room and then hopped in a cab to a place called the show town bar and Gibson on the outskirts of Tampa right right and so the idea here is is that he knew Gibson because it's where a lot of Kearney's stayed hung out because he was known to travel with carnivals. Yeah I mean that's something he did. I think between twenty seven and thirty and basically I got this information from an article by Kathleen Ramsland and she described Gibson as a unique town south of Tampa. The residents of numerous Carney's such as the bearded lady rubber face human blockhead had little people and giants. What's the human blockhead. That's a great question but she described as far as painting a picture of this town. Most of these buildings are one story rundown concrete concrete eyesores but it's an interesting to enter a grocery store to see them mixed clientele. Some residents even kept elephants in their yards cards which is sad and they all lived in this place because they were different and shared a history of being outcasts and exhibits in traveling carnivals there was once even sensational murder and Gibson once and it was a bully known as lobster boy. Yes lobster. Oh boy actually shot and killed this according to Wikipedia shot and killed his oldest daughter's fiance on the eve of their wedding. If you're a fan of online shopping and you're also a fan of saving money than listen up because the sponsor is freaking amazing. It's called honey. Honey and honey is a free browser extension that saves you money. Wherever you shop online they find coupon codes and other discounts across the web and they apply them to your car automats? I have no idea how it works but honey saves me money were already shop and it might be magic. I was booking a hotel for Seattle this weekend. Dan Honey automatically saved me forty bucks out of nowhere didn't even know there was a coupon code. So honey saves the average user about one hundred twenty six dollars per year. That's free money so if you guys want to try it out go to join honey dot com slash. I agree it's free to use and stalls on your computer and just two clicks and it'll save you money honeys. You can treat yourself to something nice with all the money that you save over ten million people are already using it and saving money with honey has over one hundred thousand five star reviews so go to join honey dot com slash first degree to try it out all right so back to the story. Glenn and walked into the bar a little before one pm he got shit faced for close to five hours and at some point beautiful thirty four year old with red hair of course I named Tina cribs walked into the bar with three of her friends. The woman caught Glenn's attention immediately and he sent over a round of drinks to the women they were charmed armed and Glenn introduced himself as Randy and he cozied up to Tina they drink together for hours and her friends eventually grew tired and left and Tina was was waiting for her mother to meet her at the bar that night so she told the bartender to tell her mom when she got there that you'd be back really quick and she'll be back in twenty minutes. She was just GonNa go. Give somebody arrived and Tina and Glenn Aka Randy were seen leaving and getting into Tina's white Ford Festiva Tina's mom hi. I'm Mary gets to the bar waits for her but Tina never returned and no one ever saw her again. Mary and her daughter Tina Tina had a system where if there was an emergency she would pay her daughter with the number sixty nine over the course of the evening Mary Page Tina with with their emergency code over thirty times and she got no response so she knew that something was definitely wrong. Well yeah because it's one thing to just like if you don't if it's not a big deal and you're flaking on somebody. That's whatever if if you have an emergency code with your mom and clearly they're close enough. They're meeting at a bar. They have a code. If someone's wants pigeon. You've got US an emergency thirty time you know as an emergency issue like I'm GonNa make this guy up. She had to have known so she called the police right away and because she knew that that this is bad something terrible had happened. Two days later a housekeeper approached Glen's room to clean it and noticed a handwritten they do not disturb note on the door but she went inside and made a chilling discovery inside the room. The bed was UNMADE THE TV TV was Blair right and there were blood-soaked shoes pants and towels piled on the bathroom floor next to the toilet there there was blood smeared on the counter and the floor in the foyer as well as on the bathroom shower stall. Let it also drifted down from the saint counter in the bathtub and toilet fixtures. Tina's body was found face up in the bath with articles of clothing in between her legs. There were several cigarette butts in a small gold bracelet inside of the hotel sink she too had numerous stab wounds including a very significant stab wound to the right buttock area a large stab wound under her left breast as soon as Tina's mother heard the news reports of a Jane Doe being found in the motel. She knew it was her daughter because they also gave a physical description and she'd been missing for. I think three days and compounded with the unanswered pages yeah. She knew this term we get home from the funeral and we get how my grandma gets called. There's another person that has ties is to clean. She was found in Tampa Florida so we're thinking. Oh Gosh what is going on. Here's another victim J. later. My grandmother gets another call that there was the victim in California prior some bad he probably has strangled and I don't fire her vehicle so meanwhile in Mississippi Crystal and the rest of Linda's family were terrified that Glen would show back up and kill them as he threatened to on the phone 'cause remember on the day of the viewing of Linda's body prior to the funeral. Glenn called and threatened them. If you say anything I will kill you. He claimed to be his brother but they recognize his voice as belonging to Glen Glen and at this point to this family has no reason to doubt that his threats that he means what he's saying because they are learning that they've he's killed over and over again. More and more women were turning up murdered after coming in contact with.

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"glen rogers" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

09:02 min | 1 year ago

"glen rogers" Discussed on The First Degree

"Glenn Rogers swooped into Linda Prices Life at the Mississippi State Fair and within three weeks he not only completely ruined her life but he stole it as well leaving her daughter crystal and the rest of her family shattered and left to pick up the pieces. The thing is Linda wasn't the first beautiful redhead he seduced and murdered in cold blood nor would she be the last on our last US episode. We left off at the point where the police officers in Mississippi Handling Linda's case had connected with police department. Other jurisdictions were investigating vicious. She's homicides that it's similar ammos to that of Linda's and each woman had last been seen with the cazenove killer the cross country killer the man known as Glen Rogers Linda Prices Family is left in the throes of this nightmare of losing Linda Glenis missing and there's a nationwide manhunt in hunt underway to locate him in every day that Glenn remained free safety of women across the country was at risk. We still have crystal with us today to help. Take us through the remainder of her experience. Not only was it fear from only find now that there's other victims and you know it's hard for these. He's families and empathize with these families. They're going through the same thing we're going through their living a hail like we're going room and fear of Hammy more niche films. Are they're gonNA be are. They going to catch him. They ever catch him. Where's he at it. Was it was a nightmare. It was truly a nightmare as police searched for him. They started a piece together. His movements prior to his arrival in Mississippi so although Glenn was from Hamilton Ohio he was a drifter type and often often traveled and worked traveling carnivals around the country he was a carney and in one thousand nine hundred five he was living in Los Angeles California more specifically he was living in the valley and had an apartment on Woodman Avenue and it's no surprise that as violent tendencies followed him there. Glenn beat various girlfriends he'd been involved with breath and he'd been arrested for attacking two men in Hollywood with a knife which landed him a stint in jail and although those men survived the attack at Glen Lynn would start killing women by the summer of Nineteen Ninety five glens reign of terror began on September twenty ninth nineteen ninety-five around six thirty a m a nurse at the Laura would convalescent hospital which is located on Victoria Boulevard in. La pulled up to the hospital drove car into the parking lot behind the building in the corner of the lot. She could see a pickup truck with. Colorado plates parked near some trash cans and it was by itself. There's no other cars around the driver's side door was slightly ajar and she could see an arm and elbow in part of collegue of a man who is leaning into the truck towards the passenger side as if he was reaching for something from across the vehicle the man she saw pad shaggy shoulder-length Sandy hair and was wearing jeans and a short sleeve shirt so the nurse got out of her car car and when she looked back at the truck she noticed that there was smoke billowing up from underneath the hood of the car but the blonde man was still fiddling around inside and she was sketched out understandably she ran inside and told her colleagues when a group of them came out to see what was going on in the truck the truck was completely the engulfed in flames so when firefighters arrived on the scene they discovered a body in the cab of the pickup and the smell of gasoline permeated aided the scene as well in the lower extremities of the female body inside the truck were charred down to the bone but interestingly the floor of of the carpet underneath the body was mainly intact indicating that gasoline had been poured over the body and surrounding areas of the passenger compartment as opposed to the fire air coming from the actual explosion from the engine of the car so they could tell at this point it was looking like Ersan and when the LAPD homicide detectives arrive they examined the vehicle and there discovered a ladies handbag and it contained documents and photos as well as a marriage certificate found in the pickups APPs locked metal compartment in the back of the pickup the name on the documents belong to thirty three year old Sandra Gallagher and she was a redhead. The forensic pathologist who performed the autopsy on Sandra's body described her as quote severely charred down to the muscle she had bruising or bleeding on the right and left stern avoid muscles a hemorrhage on the right side of the lower part of her voice box and on the left side of her voice box bruising to the thyroid gland broken cartilage on the left side of the throat and multiple hemorrhages inside her talk and they said he Sandra had died from being strangled to death and she had also been in sexually assaulted so once the detectives had her name they were able to quickly track down Sandra's husband and Sandra was a Santa Monica native so this was was in van is oh this was in the valley and she was from Santa Monica so it wasn't that hard to track down her sort of next of kin when they spoke to him. They learned that the last time he had spoken to his wife was the night before she called him and said that she was at a bar called MC reds in Van Nuys in that she she intended to stay there for a few more hours she was singing. Karaoke with some new friends that she had made and basically after he had received this call from her they hung up he expected her home later but she never came and when they go to Grad they speak to bartenders and employees there who helped them paint a picture of the previous evening. Sandra had been in the bar the night before for many hours made friends with some of the employees and the regulars there who learned that she recently won twelve hundred dollars in the state lottery and she was out celebrating rightfully so she was driving the Ford F one fifty pickup truck with Colorado license plates that was she was found in because she recently got the car from her father who just died who had lived in Colorado and on the night she came in. She was wearing a pair of distinctive hoop earrings. She had had gone to McBride's in the early afternoon. Started playing pool glen came in and around seven o'clock pm he had recently become a new regular showing up to the bar two or three times a week during the latter part of September of nineteen ninety five so they talked to a particular female bartender and she described Glenn as being persistent he was always asking for her number was pushy about it and if the first time she said no Glenn showed up in the grads during each of her shifts for the next three weeks seeks constantly repeatedly asking for her phone number he would buy her roses and pull out roles of hundred dollar bills and by her by drinks for her and everyone at the bar and tipper big she said Glen had been with Sandra the night before and he was wearing cowboy boots blue jeans and Brown leather belt with one of those fancy cowboy style belt buckles is bleach blonde hair was long and it was feathered and he had had a neatly trimmed beard and Mustache so paint that in your head he approached Sandra who quote brushed him off and she continued to play a pool but Glenn as he was was persistent and Sandra eventually warm to him and they started talking and Glenn and was there with a few friends eventually they all left including Sandra. She was never seen again until she was found on fire behind the hospital and the Savak Kathak reds new Glenn's name now so did the lapd they located his address and arrived at his apartment on October fifth nineteen ninety-five four days after Sandra's murders so this is the nineties. It's ninety five. It's not as instance I mean. I feel like if this had happened. Now you could be at a suspect's house the same day a or the next day with warrants and such it took four days which is pretty fast. I think considering kind of the nuances of all of this so police this believed that Glenn had killed Sandra and they wanted to arrest him but as we know he was long gone on a Greyhound bus on his way to Jackson Mississippi sippy or he'd meet Linda Price at the Mississippi State Fair three days later so we know that Glenn Killed Linda the night.

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"glen rogers" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"glen rogers" Discussed on The First Degree

"Host degree post. I agree I agree I agree. The first degree is supposed does happen in real life. This is south of that. We all need enclosure for whether you believe it or not. That's European. Let me have you don't have to answer to the good stuff or the way I feel. I I do and I will take that comes with parrish that deserve to be. Hey guys welcome to the first degree that true crime podcast that you might end up on my name is Jeff Vanak. I'm sitting across rolexes linkletter and next to Billy Johnson and we were just having a very intense conversation of how we drink our white claw. I do not drink white cloud uh-huh I drink it and then drinking and then drink way too much and then have the worst hangover of my life. and billy drinks it all night. I will drink it on ice. I I guess that might be the way maybe you're hydrating without knowing but I'm usually drinking whiskey whiskey in between it though so so maybe I should get my white cloth. you remember back in the day sparks nice number sparks billy sparks works with the original four Loko but they were bright orange. They make your tongue bright orange and back in the day. When I was nineteen years old I would have my sparks and I would put vodka into my spiral and I don't know how I didn't. I know it was dark. Time Zima Tuesday. I remember Zima too but Zima it was more of a like a Hulu over wine cooler smirnoff ice type thing but caffeine the heady days of the early nineties. It was just a lot of sugar. What is billy. It's national. I Love Day. We all want to talk about her. FIRST LOVES NO YEAH I agree. I mean I could talk. We should talk about something we should this. This could be my first love. It's also national cheeseburger. Oh Oh my own shall we all go round and Sarah Favorite cheeseburger. Yeah I already know what yours is what shake shake shack but it used to be mines in and out. I can't I cannot I can't choose and shake shock are so good so delicious for different reasons but she has better fries. McDonald's has the best fries McDonalds McDonalds did have the best fries until they took the apiece fellow out of him the fries that they used to have me so amazing they are still good looking at them. Fresh the best cheeseburger I would say is there's five guys you guys disagree. When I was in Europe. I five guys so you know it's just like I'm. I'm such a traveller but I'm not a good international food eater like I really like American food. It's my comfort zone so we'd go how and we'd drink too much and then there's always five guys around in five guys. Burgers are so delicious yes so yes come to our facebook page. Tell listen to your favorite cheeseburger is from and if you want to hear more of our crazy shenanigans that go inside of her head. We're you're trying to anything. We're doing an after show called the killing time it's time it's called killing time. We'll see and we're talking about Halloween costumes. Oh we're talking about all things. If you WANNA stick around for more banter after the show yes Halloween costumes and black nail Polish right all things goth breath well. That's enough of that. So let's turn down the lights and turn up your anxiety. This could be you..

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"glen rogers" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

13:07 min | 1 year ago

"glen rogers" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"So yesterday, we were talking about the twenty fifth anniversary of the Bronco chase with the OJ Cowan yet, and we're in the process as we usually do on Tuesday of talking to Tanya work. But right now, I don't know if she's in a meeting or whatnot, but we're going to find her, but back in those days, it's it impressed on me. How different it is. Now how people would be as opposed to back, then, which we all were where if you were in a bar or wherever you were you were gathered around at TV, you know what I'm saying, right? Because that's the only way you get that information. Now, if that happened today. Let's face it. You wouldn't be staying. I would be stand there talking to you about it. I'd have my ear buds in staring at it on my phone. Maybe staring on your phone. You'd be scrolling. Social media channels getting updates. I, I remember to the one the this isn't anywhere near that scale. But the, the fire the Notre Dame cathedral. I remember just sitting there instead of being glued to the television, just sitting there scrolling through, and getting updates. And in views from this person. Hey, I got this and this, this, this report and that sort of thing. So it's totally different now than is certainly was back then. Yeah. I know it's a fifty years difference. But think about that, when the moon landing happened, if everybody would have had their own device would have been just sitting there going as opposed to, I remember my whole family sitting in our living room, watching it together. And I'm talking about a lot of members of my family. I mean like cousins and stuff. There must have been twenty of the fingers household, and we'll watch this because we had the biggest TV which was probably about a twenty eight inch screen. You. And it was we had a color TV, it will, of course, it wasn't in color, and you could barely see it, but everybody came to our house to watch it. Right. That's you know, I, I know it's a different time. I get all that stuff. But man, I missed that kind of. Yeah. I mean, that's that community. You're talking community. No wonder why everybody's kind of, you know, spurring off here and spurring off there. And there's no sense of humor community with anybody anymore. And it's because the stuff like dance whereas that, because you got to get together and bounce off were like, wow. Did you see that or did you see this in kind of give your thoughts and now you can kind of go in their own little bubble? And just get, you know, certainly tons and tons of more information up to the second updated information, then you could then but it, it certainly different. Well, it's like going out to you. I think a lot about this with my family out of town. A lot of time to think so anyways, so he think about that back in the day you, would you be sending going man business awesome. In with whatever fifteen other guys sitting around bar, you got a beer, going some wings and whatnot. And you're watching this thing, and you're hypnotized and I remember that we were watching, I think, I think it was NBC for a while. And on half this green, they had the NBA finals and on the other half of the OJ, and I remember Bob cost is. I think I I didn't see the time I think Bob causes cut in right? And said, hey, by the way, there's a pretty big deal going on over here. I think they have finally wanted just cutting to just a Bronco chase. Let's go to the phone now. We tracked her down here on the acute hearing centers dot com hotline Tanya Rourke. How are you? I'm great. How are you guys? He believes in that long ago. I know we were just talking about it. Now. God, you were not here. You were in. Knock box. Mm-hmm. Yeah. I've worked at channel nine twenty eight year collectively but I worked here and then I went there for a year came back Knoxville. I was here in the newsroom, just oh, we all do there in awe of what was happening and you couldn't stop watching stayed at work for forever and ever. And then, like we're into a bar and down the street and watch it together. You know you just couldn't stop watching it, and we were not unlike anyone else in the world. You you're watching a slow speed chase of a white Ford Bronco and you're thinking what in God's green earth is going on here. But it isn't good. And. I mean I just I just remember thinking. Unreal. This is not real. That's not really happening. OJ simpson. Is not doesn't have a gun to his head. There is no way. Did you kill his wife? I mean, I you know, all of those things like this is not real. I thought it was gonna end him committing suicide. That's what fourteen time. That's what's going to happen. In terms of inside the newsroom, what, we're what decisions were being made what was being talked about in terms of the coverage how you guys are going to cover that. Well, the really belong in the short of it is, so at that point, national takes over, you know, and, and you just and I hate to hate to let you down that way, but it becomes literally they have taken over and we are we are watching it along with you. Now, we're wondering inter some sort of local angle here. What are we gonna do? But for the most part, we're just trying to figure out what are we next on the air? How long are they stay with this, and that becomes an issue, sometimes when, when national takeover, because we are we're like here, W word, ABC affiliate, so ABC can take control of our Airways, if they want to and, you know, they're going to break in with the big national news, it happening such as the Dickinson shave. And when that stuff happens you the newsroom, sometimes there's nothing you can do. There's nothing for you to do except wonder. How long do they stay with us? And are we ready to take over you condense down a show to not do the five o'clock we're going to start somewhere? They're gonna they're gonna come off here at five or five thirty show is only twenty minutes long. And how do we deal with that? So there's all kinds of like kind of mathematics going on. How are we making these stories all fit into our newscasts, once they give it back to us? What, what does that look like for us? But for the most part, when the J Simpson thing is happening. More sitting there with our mouths. Let's see what else can you do that you can do in Knoxville, Tennessee except go, let's go ABC. So we're just like in national coverage, and we're just all standing around in the newsroom, you know, in the newsroom, generally, like in our newsroom, we have banks is TV's, and you just stand, there together in, you just it becomes like a community. You know, you're watching this as a whole of the collected and going, whoa, you at the time. Kim, didn't how chopper at that time when I left I was only in nocco for one year that year and if that year the Tommy Tonya Harding thing that just happened. And then that and, and, you know, I'd never seen chopper coverage like that. You know, they were following that car for so long in Los Angeles. Of course, everyone has helicopter here that have one, but in LA every TV station on the planet has one and, and the way that they follow that, and the people being on the air, I remember thinking, I don't even know what he's anchors. How they're getting through this. They're just they're just talking about the most insane thing ever with about two sentences worth of information. We are all wrapped by this. Tony. I think I saw a number of the other day and correct me if I'm wrong. I think it was ninety million people were watching that at, at the height of it doesn't shock me in the fight to the shock, you know into your points on you. Everyone is looking at the TV everyone, of course, one answers what's going on? But the anchors sitting at that desk or any desk. Don't don't know really hardly anything because it's just coming in. Again, this is before Twitter when breaking stuff like this happens. I'm sure right now you your reporting. But you're, you know, you're kind of phone the feeds and trying to get anything you can. They're they're out there in the dark pretty much like everyone else. Sure, I'm sure that they had, you know, Eddie reporter or any field producer that, you know, in from LA to New York, or whatever trying to call every single person on the planet to try to get all. Any information they could. But and they were working sources. But I just recall thinking, how are they continuing to talk about this hours? Do we watch that? Do you recall? It does it say I was going to ask you. I don't remember. I felt like we watch that for right? Current evening because I rock yesterday. I was in DC with my parents, and my sister on vacation, and my sister, and I were just getting ready to go out walk down the street and get a little bite to eat. And as we're walking out the door that came on and I'm like, let's watch this for a minute. Well, I don't think we ever left. I don't know. We were there for at least two hours. Let's put it that way. Yeah. And you're okay so it is one of the things, I'm not sure if he gets covered this before I joined in the conversation, but, you know, you know exactly where you were you were fourteen rock wherever you fourteen. I was down in Paducah Kentucky on a baseball tournament. And we were done playing for the day, and I don't even know how someone someone like came up to someone who didn't even know you know, we're sitting there, all the parents of all of our players are sitting there, and they're like, hey, so she Simpson is in a Bronco right now going down the highway, in, they he may or may not have a gun, if they got a chopper, phony. And we're like everyone just like boom shot to the cars and went back to the hotel, and we all watched it like in the hotel lobby there. I mean can you imagine? So prior to that day. OJ Simpson was like God gift to us. He. American athletics. You know, he was the hurts guy, right? Yes. Exactly. He had so many. He was everywhere the super hot wife. You would see her show, but some stuff I mean was gorgeous, Nicole Brown Simpson. I mean, oh my gosh. You know. And I think we kind of forget about she. What was his name? I mean will that died along Nicole on Ron golden goal? I mean, you know, sometimes we focus so much on OJ. But the those two people, those two beautiful people lost their lives that day despicable way you know, what in the world, it wasn't even that day, though, wasn't it wasn't it like two days prior. And they come kind of closing the news on that this might be OJ and he took off. Yeah. Well, the murder happened. What, what was on June twelfth? Okay. Then yesterday was the anniversary of the actual chase. And you know, he's back on Twitter now OJ and get this child go. So he first of all, just the I mean, the timing of him starting this Twitter account on the day, the anniversary anniversary super super sick. I still looking for her killer. Isn't he of course? Yeah, golf course exactly every porzingas senior, telling you get this in six days, today's eighteen six days. He's already a mess. Seven hundred thousand Twitter, followers, seven hundred thousand which which speaks to what you were saying that we're talking about yesterday. His level of charisma. And just how people are just drawn to him. And in for good reasons for batteries, whatever it is. You just kind of has that affect, and I don't know. I think he's just kind of sick for seven hundred thousand people at an all of a sudden just be wanting to hear more and see what's going on. This guy's life their kids. You know, you couldn't this gracious those poor kids didn't grow mom was like growing up with a, you know, I want I, I would I would really pay big money to hear their thoughts on this whole deal. You know what do they? Well, they were little kids when this happened. So you know, Jay drilled into them. Hey, can you believe this stuff? They think your dad did. And, you know, I would never do something like this and they're little kids are going to believe their dad, their mom's gone for God's sake. Besides perhaps them, perhaps them, right? Is there anyone that actually thinks he didn't do it? Tell me on nobody. I can think of I yeah. It's, it's one of those miscarriages of Justice with the glove doesn't fit. You must acquit all the things we know because of that scrawny. I mean goodness we've had a guy on yesterday and you remember John Ekberg used to rank inquires, and he wrote a book, and he's, he claims that OJ didn't do it that the serial killer Glen Rogers did a Glenn Roger kick, poppy, our photographer. Lay singlehandedly Kat. And I seventy five. I do..

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"glen rogers" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:36 min | 1 year ago

"glen rogers" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Renewal. Twenty five years ago today rock you, you were. Yeah. Story last week. But I remember where I was. I was at a baseball tournament in Kentucky in obviously before internet, and all that sort of thing in somebody, one of the parents in the stands, right? We would after one of our games of same expanse. Somebody called and said that OJ's in a Bronco, and he's driving, you know, so we went right back to the hotel. And I remember all of this baseball team parents, and everybody sitting around this TV in the lobby just just watching this dumbfounded and what was going on. Yeah, I was with my parent. We were on vacation in DC, and my mom and dad and sister. We just set in this hotel room, we were going to go out to dinner and nobody wanted to Lino. We just sit there watching this and here to discuss a different theory on all this rock. The book is OJ Simpson. Glen Rogers the juice road. Dog and murder on Sunday Bundy drive. He is a former investigative reporter for the inquirer among other things on the acute hearing centers dot com. Hotline John Berg. How you doing, buddy? Hey, I'm all right. Thanks for having me on. You know, when that Bronco took off, I knew I was. Newsroom in Fairfield, which is, of course, Hamilton without the glamour kind of. Glued to screen like most of America, had no idea that, that would years later. I'd be writing a book about OJ Simpson. I mean, come on what, what crazy path would happen there. But what happened? Yeah. So John Lewis most people out there. I think that it, obviously, was OJ did it so shut open and shut so quickly state. Your case for why you think those folks got it wrong, and it might have been somebody else. Here thought goes. It's pretty there's a couple of things that are pretty pretty simple. One is there was blood on, and it was in the opening argument, Johnny Cochran, but he couldn't have it both ways he couldn't pick on the blood evidence would say, hey, we have blood evidence here, underneath Nicole fingernails. It didn't belong to anybody else on the scene didn't belong to Ron Goldman didn't belong to OJ Simpson. And also drop on her side till I thought. Well, that's interesting. Then you realize okay, had a mugshot taken the day after the incident perfect face Ron. Goldman who had a couple of degree one degree or another black belt had torn and bruised knuckles on both hands. He'd beat the daylights out of somebody, he got some shots in ahead of time. Glen, Rogers was a serial killer from Hamilton and generally lived in LA, and was a low level drug dealer and kind of a male Hooker at the same time. But he was in enforcer for the. A couple of a couple of mafia-types, the Hungarian mafia the Dixie mafia, and he told his brother probably a month before that he was going to take down a pro football player and his wife and is going to be a big score for him. So he was a big bold talker. We did the book my co author, Steve combs, had the idea to do a book on Glen Rogers. He was accused of murder convicted of murder in Florida. But we knew there was more to him than just one murder and there, there was indeed more to him. And what he did in just one murder. He had a history of it is kind of petty crime. He would leave false clues behind called Canard documentary, filmmaker from Australia got a hold of us in his work. He showed that. It would be easy for a handyman who did low level drug buys for OJ and doors wife and or favorites. Nick to stolen appear gloves from OJ's vestibule stolen, hat took the gloves to the crime, because OJ wanted Glenn to steal Nicole's diamonds OJ hip sing about diamonds for years before when he beat up, Nicole the previous time on New Year's Eve nineteen eighty nine I saw him at the Super Bowl by the way in that year. And when he walked through the NFL crowd with Nicole. It was like Moses parting the waters. I mean he was a legit big time, eight list, a list celebrity to time. So he comes Glenn until they feel the diamonds. Well, four years before, after he beat up, Nicole one night, O J went back to her house. You had to read a painful amount of OJ literature to find this little factoid, but he went back to the house. Tooker diamonds didn't take him back to his golf buddies house where he was hanging out at the time it was like one thirty but he put him underneath a neighbor's garbage can and then went back to his golf buddies house when the cops didn't show up he Sinisi cowling over to the neighbor's house to the garbage can and picked up the diamonds underneath the garbage can. Well, when I read that I went there's the mode of. Okay. Didn't wanna kill Nicole. He didn't want dead. He wanted her alive. In fact, he wanted her around Hollywood, because he wanted to show people, this is what happens when you when you walk away from O J Simpson. You lose your diamonds. He sixty IRS honor. It was gonna make her life miserable. Well Glynn had other plans came onto the scene probably at around five six o'clock that evening. OJ gave him a key and said they'll all be at the dance recital go in and get the jewels while everybody's at the dance recital. Either the diamonds weren't there. Glenn took them in total J. They weren't there. Jay tells him later that evening we're going to go back, I'll drive. You're gonna Robert traditional way when Glenn went into the patio to kill her and at the time you thought go Jay probably thought she was he was just gonna robber for diamonds, although Glenn had multiple murders. Already under his belt. He went ahead killed her smashed or watch to show the time. What time it happened at and left? The bloody gloves blend of turns around probably sees Ron Goldman coming at him, or he coz, right at Ron Goldman OJ shows up, he stabbing Goldman, he probably cuts OJ at that point, which explains jas cut hand. And once everyone has been murdered the watches smash Glenn tells OJ probably at knife, point, you still owe me ten grand. We're going back to your house and Rockingham work Lynn, probably had left his car, and you're gonna pay me the money. Oh me. Goes back to the house at Rockingham. Glenn walks across the driveway. OJ goes into back way, the limo driver, who's waiting sees Glenn not. Oh, Jay crossing driveway important to note that, that blood trail cross the driveway, had no OJ Simpson blood in it. It was all victims blood Glen's upstairs OJ has to leave him alone in the house because he's got to catch limo ride out to the airport while he's up there. Glenn takes drop a blood puts his puts it on, on a pair of saw what sock lead in the middle of the bedroom floor. By the way, the, the blood went from one side to the other, which meant win. It was applied. It did not have a leg in the way on the way out. Glenn flips, one glove has been left at the crime scene. A crime scene. He swabbed of his footprint. And if you look at the pictures, you can see the kind of swab some of the footprints are swabbed and OJ's, or crystal clear leading down the path leaves one glove of beh-. Behind the house at Rockingham. Bangs on the wall for good measure. So so Kato kaylin can hear it. And then disappears in history, it was clearly this is all benefit at twenty twenty hindsight. Right. But it was clearly a staged crime scene by a petty criminal who knew how to set pulse clues up and probably scored twenty thousand dollars from OJ, and maybe some diamonds to boot the sad, part of the story is that when Ron Goldman decided to stand and fight. He didn't two things. The first thing he did was he sacrificed, his life, what he also did was he couldn't show us who killed him. But he sure showed us who did not kill him. And that's the guy with the perfect face. Now, if, if you could sell any and it turns into a capital case if you're the one that launched the felony, I rob your former life of her diamonds in it turns into something. Deadly you're culpable. And I think OJ is vulnerable to another trial where evidence could be used from the first trial against him in another trial, because it would be a separate charge conspiracy to murder conspiracy to grand theft that you can use. On the first trial against him. Yeah. I all he needs is. I mean, all we need to. Why would we prosecutor John? Why wouldn't OJ look? It was this Glen, Rogers guy. Mean. That makes it he did made him culpable. He'd how would Glen Rogers have done all this? Now there's going to be a movie coming out this summer. I swear, I bet OJ had somebody write the screenplay that's gonna show. Nicole fell in with a bad guy. And that bad guy was a serial killer who ended up killing her, and OJ got its snared in the process. That's not how it went down though. All right. John Ekberg again. The book is, is out there and it's pretty easy to find. I'm guessing. It is Emma, Zahn dot com of probably be the best place to get it fine. Independent bookstores everywhere which is a good luck. Finding it in the book. It's just a full disclosure. I appreciate you having me on. I got to ask you guys something though. Do you really think the lines at the BNB you're going to be shorter? I. I. We'll see. All right. John, thanks for talking to us man. Always a pleasure. Always great to be on your show. I appreciate it a tanker. So John Ekberg. The what is it the juice road.

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"glen rogers" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"glen rogers" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"With Eddie and Rachel in for rock you ever guest, your John Ekberg co author of OJ Simpson Glen Rogers, the juice road dog and murder on Bundy drive and John pretty much. Your contention is not so much that OJ was a murderous mastermind. He was just more or less an idiot. Two four six eight ten two four six eight ten to I got that too. I six eight ten going on in my head here. Okay. I got to get back into. Pull it together. So when I found that there were these similarities, it it struck me that I needed to talk about this because other people wouldn't know about these similarities to stab wounds, we almost cut off Nicole Brown. Simpson's head the fact that her watch was a smashed at nine fifty nine expensive watches don't break when you read when the run them down a wall, they break because someone's smashes the crystal in him when he killed Tina Marie cribs. He left to pieces under her body. Glenn had a thing for marking his time pieces and marking the time. He also had a thing as many serial killers do for having little souvenirs in his case. It was some old coins that he stole from Mark Peters settled man from Hamilton who took made the mistake of taking Glenn and giving him a place to stay. And in addition to his souvenirs, I think he had a pair of tennis shoes. In glens last run away from the teena, Marie credited murder. He got rid of evidence. He threw it in a highway rest stop garbage. Can it was later found the purse when they captured him he had in his possession of extra pair of tennis shoes. Glenn traveled plight. He traveled on the greyhound bus. He probably had a on duffel bag yet. He had a extra pair of tennis shoes. The tennis shoes had bloodstains on them. I always ask myself probably drove by ten thousand garbage cans. Why didn't he throw away those tennis shoes? Now, the bloodstains were not not blood had team re cribs blood on it and to have Linda prices blood on. It didn't have Andy Sutton's blood on it all people he murdered in the previous month didn't have Sammy Gallagher's blood on it who he murdered in California whose blood was on the tennis shoes. And why would he hang onto the tennis shoes is there as we can tell those tennis shoes are still in an exhibit held by the? Tampa authorities in connection with Tina Marie cribs murder. My notion is I wonder if those blood stains are bloodstains from Monday, Dr. And it's it's out there that let me let me ask you something that John made it in in your mind is perfectly obvious. This should have been discovered. Why wasn't why didn't the the the prosecutors out there who tobacco you talk to you get a pretty horrible job. Anyway, why was it this discovered? Yeah. The question is why didn't the police the it out that it was a stage crime scene. 'cause it's it's you know, you walk behind the cottage and the back property always a high degree of here. What come come on you murder somebody? You're not going to throw the glove in a back corner of your property of it. You're not going to have like one drop left on a sock. In the middle of the floor upstairs, which is what Glenn left blood that went through both sides of the sock in the same place. You know, I don't know why they didn't maybe they figured they knew OJ had a role here because they found his blood on the scene. They saw his bloody footprints leading away from it. They knew that he'd beat her up before. And maybe they went good enough. Maybe he had somebody with him. But we know we got him. Let's just go with what we got and get him. It's easy for me, though. And you and everybody else a twenty twenty hindsight. The detectives who are working to crime scene. Objectivity is another way of saying. I don't care. They always are out there in LA investigating celebrities and did a -tective. They just don't care. They're not going to care enough to try to plant stuff to make it look bad for OJ. My guess is that at some point. They just threw up their hands and went well, this is good enough. We got his blood on the scene. It looks like he could have done it. Who knows what happened to his bloody clothes? Who cares? Let's just go with what we got. And my guess is is that the jury went. We know one thing we know it didn't happen. The way you're saying it to the prosecutors, and they're also saying to the defense, we doubt that it happened the way you said it, but all we're left is with this. And I mean, a was it a six month trial up in a four hour, Jerry finding it tells you that they they badly badly blew it. Now, what is what is annoying to me, though, is that we got Chris Darden still out there talking about how it so J, and he was one killer. When clearly Ron Goldman beat up on somebody, and it wasn't OJ Nicole had blood under her nails and the blood kin belong to or DNA under nails in them. And it didn't belong though OJ something else was going on out there. I Rachel do have heavy convinced yet. Oh, you had me convinced about. Five minutes in but John with that. I mean again, fascinating stuff. We can talk about this for an hour easy, but we're going to have to get gone here. John Egbert day of the book is OJ Simpson. Glen Rogers, the juice road dog and murder on Bundy drive. Thanks so much, brother. Thanks for having me on. I'll I'll show up anytime. You'll see me at the door tomorrow probably tapping on the door back on. I'll see you take care of both. You see a buddy John Edward? He is derived from the inquirer. And that's well, you heard pretty fascinating.

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"glen rogers" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

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"glen rogers" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

"Remember when i when i did the pyramid you were talking about cam newton was oh and we were talking about the size of the players now cam newton is bigger than you yeah in your prime he's a quarterback will in my prime on probably have him by weight but then at the end of my career the end my career he has me by weight he but he looks like superman he sixty right yeah he's built he's built like on those plastic like the figurine figured action figure dolls the size of the players like you i mean you're sort of a heady your big when i was younger i was bigger within our about my last three years we way in every friday by the way and for every pound or even if you're off i two ounces you gotta lose it but if three hundred dollars for each pound that you'd go over that you go over but did did the size of these guys now just since you left the league they're big huge did you ever imagine there'd be quarterbacks like this big i never killa cam you look at cam newton and you think he's like like a tight end i mean you buddies just ripped up e the big guy like don or something man raise but it's amazing this guy the breaking quarterback because that's usually the kid growing up that they look at him and they will never never make him a quarterback of two good at everything else right so we'll just get him the ball some other way for that he can have them open field the run they would never let him beat a quarterback unless he's a yard with his brothers you know what i'm saying so to see cam doing what he's doing i hit size really impressive and i think he's the he's the super breed of quarterback is he great he can be obviously he can be great had the reached test status yet if ours like hall of fame not yet and not so much the sarily i'm gonna say accomplishments whatever may be but he hasn't been around long enough and it takes some it takes some time to put that put that work in so i do i think he can't be absolute of course he can't be there who who in the nfl playing right now is great glen rogers like i can't even figure them out 'cause the do the way gets out of the pocket he can throw the ball from any angle a lot of quarterbacks if they're not set a certain way is the plays over they can't do they're gonna throw it up and get a pick or whatever this can needle and throw a ball the needle in a haystack needle holding a needle from anywhere from any angle being chased going out of bounds that green bathing dallas game and he'd do that ball to the tied in along the sideline after scrambling now how do you do that he is he is d most special quarterback in the league right now but out of that i agree what about running backs who's great like when i say who's a great running back great running back hopefully saquon barkley proven though like guys that are hopefully him yeah i mean levy on we levy on bell is is i think he's great and i don't know why they don't wanna pay the guy you know i think was running backs are different they think at the age of thirty running back to done so even adrian peterson is great as he was when he hit thirty it's like oh we don't wanna pay him anymore we don't you know running back they fill a dime a dozen you can kind of get a running back get some good years and then you get rid of him and most teams david johnson out of out of arizona great player but most teams don't have one running back running back by committee why is that because they wear and tear they want us that y wear and tear you kinda need to running back to make it through season now so so it's kind of like a wear and tear that but david johnson i think zona is special player i.

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