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"greg colson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Those cases. Almost 100%. We have been able to trace back to community spread. We have so far not detected any patient to staff or staff to patient transmission right now of the more than 230 at the two hospitals. Many were asymptomatic. Only two required hospitalization that we know about. So far. Google and Apple are going to battle with a dating app and social media platform for Anti-vaxxers. Injected was started by two women from Hawaii. It's sometimes called the tinder for Anti-vaxxers. Google play is giving the company two weeks to remove content include claims The Covid vaccine is an effort to inject microchips and connect everyone to five G. Apple removed the APP from its APP store After being contacted by Bloomberg News about it and jobs report coming out this Friday, the Fed will be watching for signs of upward wage pressure she need. Colton Grant is global Head of investment solutions at Bien Y melon. Now our view is that as we look through the the next few months Have the supply chain starts to unwind a little that we will see those inflation measures come down, and Greg Colson speaking with us there on Bloomberg Radio, Global News 24 hours a day on your own and Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm today's Pellegrini and this is Bloomberg. Broadcasting from the financial capital of the world. Bloomberg 11 Frio in New York to Washington, D. C. Bloomberg, 99. 12, Boston, Bloomberg one. Oh 61 to San Francisco Bloomberg, 9 62, the country Sirius, XM, 1, 19 and around the Globe, The Bloomberg business that in Bloomberg radio dot com. This is Bloomberg Business Week earlier this year, you might recall back in January, We caught up with a member of the sixth generation of the Martin family, Chris.
"greg colson" Discussed on Serial Killers
"And that's when he pulled out a gun. Hi i'm greg colson. This is serial killers a spotify original from podcast every episode we dive into the minds and madness of serial killers today. We're gazing into the mind of kenneth allen macduff the so-called broomstick murderer. I'm here with my co host. Richardson high everyone. You can find episodes of serial killers and all other spotify originals from podcast for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts. Today will cover. Mcdonald's upbringing period that was marked with an inflated sense of entitlement and desperate need for control. We'll watch these toxic qualities manifest in an obsession with sadistic games. Then we'll see those games. Turn deadly next time. We'll follow the aftermath of mcdonald's horrific first murders and the surprising second act of his twisted story. We've got all that and more coming up. Stay with us listeners. Of our podcast. Serial killers this news for you beginning august second. We're moving exclusively to spotify. That doesn't mean you have to miss out. On any episodes you can still binge all your favorites and find new stories for free by following serial killers on spotify. Your loyalty and support means so much to everyone here at cast. Which is why we're even more excited for you to join us on spotify. It's easy to use easy to play anywhere and it's free. All you have to do is download the spotify app and search serial killers to get started. You'll also be able to access all the podcasts other amazing series and millions of podcasts. That's right millions. Thanks for tuning into serial killers. Each week we'll see you exclusively on spotify starting august second. This episode is brought to you by three m three m has always been driven to improve lives with science and innovation. It's this forward thinking mindset. That led three am to invent household items. You've come to know and love like posted notes and command talks but three m believes they a responsibility to use their science to improve lives in even more ways. That's why the responding to the cove in nineteen crisis by working on solutions for some of today's biggest challenges as a leading provider of personal protective equipment three is producing critical products for healthcare workers and first responders and donating to local and humanitarian aid partners around the globe. They're also making more respirators than ever before with plants working around the clock producing more than ninety five million respirators per month in the us. Helping those in the front lines. Continue the fight. Three m science applied to life. Learn more about how three am is helping the world respond to the cove in nineteen pandemic at three m dot com slash kovin. This episode is brought to you by carmax. Falling in love with your next car is easy. Thanks to the.
"greg colson" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Do to the graphic nature of this killer's crimes listener. Discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of rape murder and assault. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen on the night of july tenth. Nineteen seventy four. Thirty-seven-year-old roy melanson walked into johnny's cocktail lounge and took a seat at the bar to the few other patrons. He seemed like a man trying to shake off a bad day. He threw back drinks chain smoked cigarettes and refused to make eye contact with anyone. But the bartender. The bartender fifty one year old. Anita andrews was used to this kind of behavior she knew just how to disarm customers like roy and get him to relax. She chatted amicably with him hoping he might buy more drinks but her efforts were perhaps a little too successful long after the bar had cleared out. Roy remained in his seat watching need a wipe down the bar. Eventually he stood up at anita breathed a sigh of relief. He was going to pay. He was going to leave. And that would be that. But roy didn't move toward the exit instead he turned towards anita and hounds. Hi i'm greg colson. This is serial killers spotify original from podcast every episode. We dive into the minds and madness of serial killers. Today we're taking a look at roy. Melanson a smooth talking career criminal. Who was always on the run. I'm here with my co host vanessa. Richardson hi everyone. You can find episodes of serial killers and all other spotify originals from podcast for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts in the first part of this episode. We'll explore royce past and examine his progression from petty thief to rapist and murderer later will track roy's movements as he drifts from state to state claiming victims and invading justice for years. We've got all that and more coming up stay with us listeners. A quick reminder that starting in august colts is moving exclusively to spotify being a part of the spotify family means that were able to bring you more indepth than exciting content than ever before. And we can't wait for you to check it out mystery manipulation murder. Don't miss any of it. All you have to do is download the spotify app for free and search cults. Give it a follow and start enjoying. That's it we can't thank you enough for listening to colts and we look forward to seeing you exclusively on spotify in august. Ms episode is brought to you by wine dot com. Hey wine lovers. Tired of staring aimlessly the wine. I'll go to wine dot com and pick the perfect with confidence every time filter your search by price ratings and even chat with wine experts for recommendations. It's the world's largest wine store delivered to your door. Get fifty dollars off your first order by going to wind dot com slash modifying terms. Apply before you listened to the podcast. How about a trip outside your comfort zone base jumping canyoneering mountain biking or maybe just your house wherever you go. The broncos sport is built wild with seven available goat modes that go over any type of terrain ronco. Sport is just as adventurous as you learn. More at ford dot com Some people are blessed with a silver tongue. It's the kind of skill that can secure lucrative deal spark a passionate romance or smooth over a tense argument however in the wrong hands the powers of persuasion can be downright dangerous con artists for example know how to use words to their advantage by saying just the right thing they managed to get even the most suspicious individuals to lower their guards then they milk them for everything they've got but when a conman becomes a murderer. A silver tongue can be altogether terrifying. In the case of roy melanson his manipulation tactics earnt him. The well deserved moniker of the smooth talker is ability to deceive. People was one of the reasons he evaded justice for so long. It's also one of the reasons people didn't know who roy really was even now. We don't know much about his past other than he was born. In february of nineteen thirty seven in the small city of breaux bridge louisiana. At some point. Roy plunged headfirst into a life of crime and buys early twenties. He was already an experienced criminal. He pulled numerous cons and racked up charges for burglary forgery and assault however by the time he was twenty five. Roy was no longer satisfied with petty crime. He wanted something more something violent. The circumstances abroad earliest sexual assault are murky. All we know is that in nineteen sixty two. He raped woman in texas. He was tried and convicted and received a twelve year prison sentence. Roy reportedly served his time in texas's huntsville penitentiary. Before he was paroled in nineteen seventy unfortunately his time behind bars did little to set him straight just two years later in one thousand nine hundred seventy two thirty five year old. Roy returned to his old ways. That august royno friend were driving through orange texas when they spotted a young woman named kathryn stranded on the side of the road. Her car had a flat tire and she waved at a passing pickup for assistance. Roy pulled over turned on the charm and his help. Catherine smiled. Grateful to have crossed paths with such a good samaritan and climbed into the pickup with the two men once they were on the road. Roy told her that he needed to drop his friend off at home then he could drive into a body shop but once they were alone. Roy drove farther and farther away from town. When catherine grew suspicious and started to protest. He pulled off the road at attacked. Catherine attempted to fight him off but at six foot one and nearly two hundred pounds. Roy easily overpowered her. He pinned her down and raped her when he finished. Roy sat quietly staring into space. At this point. Catherine wasn't sure what to do while her instinct may have been to run. She was in the middle of nowhere with a man who could easily chase her down. She knew she needed a different defense strategy. Eventually she decided her best course of action was to humor roy. She thought that if she acted like what he did was no big deal. Perhaps he'd let her go. Vanessa's going to take over. And the psychology here and throughout the episode please note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist. But.
"greg colson" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Twenty third nineteen ninety-seven sixteen year old. Wendy bond cuban was trying not to panic now. She hid inside stopped freight train minutes earlier. Her fiance jesse had hopped off the train with their new friend rafael before he left. Jesse promised. I'll be right back ever since they'd run away together a month ago. Jesse hadn't left wendy side. But now jesse was gone and wendy had a terrible feeling in the pit of her stomach. Still rafael seemed friendly and at promise to help. Wendy and jesse find work. They'd followed him willingly onto the train. Desperate to make money and avoid going home when the train stopped in. Bellevue florida jesse. Rafael got off the train together for a bathroom break. But they've been gone for a long time with a jolt of horror. Wendy heard the train's engine juddering back to life around her and felt it grind slowly into motion. She was frozen justice. He was contemplating whether to jump off the moving train and look for the others rafael reappeared. But wendy's relief was short-lived rafael was alone. The older man looked different meaner. The kindness in his eyes was gone and suddenly found. She didn't wanna ask. Where jesse was she was scared of the answer and she was right to be afraid. Hi i'm greg colson. This is serial killers a spotify original from podcast every episode we dive into the mindset madness of serial killers. Today were delving into the sokha of the railroad killer. Angel torino resent is between nineteen eighty. Six in one thousand nine hundred. Ninety nine percent is murdered at least fifteen people across the us hopping across state lines traveling in secret on freight trains. I'm here with my co host vanessa. Richardson hi everyone. You can find episodes of serial killers and all other spotify originals from podcast for free on spotify or wherever. You listen to podcasts. Today we'll look at resendiz violent childhood in mexico the double light. He led a drifter and how is life in the. Us drove him to murder. Next time we'll cover resendiz multi-state murder spree in the late nineties and how his family helped finally bring him to justice. We've got all that and more coming up. Stay with us. There are few ideas more tantalizing than the american dream. The belief that anybody regardless of their background birthplace or class can achieve success in the united states. All it takes is pulling yourself up by your bootstraps in other words. Hard work sacrifice and strategic risk taking throughout history countless individuals from around the world have left their home countries behind to come to the united states. They built new lives found new opportunities for themselves and their children and thrived but like all fantasies. The american dream has a dark side in the wrong hands. Under the wrong circumstances it can become a nightmare all his life. Angel momma torino. Resendez found a way to be in america. No matter how many times he was made to leave he always returned. He was a man on a mission but the mission was not to build a new better life for himself. His mission was deaf. And that's hardly surprising. Given that resendiz earliest experience of the world was traumatic. He was born in nineteen fifty nine sukarno day motto moro's city in the mexican state of puebla within moments of his birth. He was dropped on his head and knocked unconscious. His childhood did not get much easier from their rescinded was a timid child physically small for his age and described by relatives as a loner his father. Juan never married his mother virginia and doesn't seem to have been a part of his son's life at all when he was just three years old present as fell off a building and suffered serious injuries. It's not clear. Exactly how the fall happened or what. A three year old was doing on top of a building in the first place. But it's set the tone for a childhood marked by physical peril. When resendez was six. His mother married a military man for reasons. That aren't clear. She sent her son to live with her brother. Rafael resendez ramirez. It's possible that virginia's husband wanted her to himself or perhaps virginia simply felt unable to take care of her son. Either way resent is settled into his uncle's house. According to his aunt he was the center of attention in his new home and was spoiled. Because the couple didn't have any children of their own but that's not the version of the story everybody tells. According to some relatives resendiz was sexually abused by his uncle rafael. Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks greg if these counts of sexual abuse are true. It's likely that it had a profound psychological impact on resendiz. A two thousand twenty study out of brazil published in the peer review journal. Helium noted that one of the most damaging aspects of child sexual abuse is that it transforms the home into a dangerous place. The authors wrote the family environment which should be a safe haven becomes a threatening environment triggering in the victim. A sense of helplessness fear and abandonment. This feeling of helplessness would have been pronounced for cendiz who had already been abandoned by his father rejected by his mother and suffered multiple incidents of severe physical trauma but despite the challenges of his childhood younger sanches was hardworking and polite rarely getting into any trouble but that changed in his adolescence in nineteen seventy when he was eleven resendiz ran away from home perhaps fleeing his uncle's abuse he lived on the street for some time where he took up sniffing glue and during this period misfortune struck again because of his small size resent was a prime target for bullies and being on the streets only made him more vulnerable one day a group of older boys attacked him with the brick but details of the attack sketchy but it reportedly left sent his bleeding from his nose and ears. This is significant according to the brain injury resource center bleeding from both. These areas may indicate a fractured skull. This is at least the third known instance of head trauma that resendiz suffered during his childhood. Many researchers have noted a correlation between head trauma and criminal or sociopathic behavior in nineteen. Eighty five neuropsychologist. Paul j. eslainer and antonio are damasio coined. The term acquired sociopath easy to describe a man whose personnel changes after a brain injury before the injury the patient was deemed clinically normal afterward. He met the dsm five criteria for antisocial personality disorder. In other words he had become a sociopath given that resendiz suffered three separate instances of severe head trauma during his formative years. It's very possible that this impacted his personality and there was more trauma.
"greg colson" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast
"And when he watched the trail, like it was so predictable like I knew everything that was going to happen before it happened they spent so much time setting up the whole thing. So it kind of has the curse of an origin movie. There's. They Telegraph. Everything in the Trans. Everything is so predictable the there's only two big action scenes and Vin diesel not. Just. He's not good at the he's playing VIN diesel. You don't get to learn about any of the characters. There's a smoking hot girl in it. Yeah that's the that's the one I always confused with the other. Yeah. I forgot what her name is. I don aware. Or something. Yeah. She I and so it's typical likely guys at the bag is and You've seen it all like unfortunately, like everything they tried to do has been done. It reminded me of upgrade but upgrade way better because it was rated and have a lot more grit or reminded me of Venom Venom had personality this will leave just it. It's boring like they made all of this uninteresting. There's no personality there's no charm This was going to be my candidate for what the fuck fifteen possibly however superman fours a worst movie. So I'm excited but bloodshot. forgettable. Totally it's terrible. Well, it's it's just like it's just like. You don't you watch it. You're like, okay. I got nothing out of that house just like watching like video game like opening screen. You know like it's just so listen if they were trying to launch a valley at Universe with this stuff, this was the last movie in theaters though I didn't see how much money it made. But I knew if I I'm glad I didn't pay the fucking twenty dollars when this thing came out to watch it so That was good. I wouldn't recommend my my money because I support valiant but yeah, but Yeah I just feel like they did the character a disservice characters were interesting in the coming months way more interesting and. I just probably everything's been done I seen everything. Already. This is not i. mean this is this is the deal with bloodshot is bloodshot is the easiest thing to probably put on scream. Because he's just like you know universal, soldier Guy Whatever. Healing factories all stuff we seen before. So they don't have a challenge of how to do it. They just kind of like do they didn't with marine and stuff like that? And? Yet. So it was like for them. It was like this easy thing to do. They have much more challenging and interesting characters they could probably were absolutely. In. Look it really got to stick to the facts. We're cool some of the CGI look robbery but the actual effective like when he's steps forming back it was all right. Look fine. I don't know there's fairly to actions gives anyways That's all I. got anything else rugs you see anything. While I, watch that Rob Schneider stand up and I thought it was it was forty four minutes, which is like I thought he had more material that but I'm glad it was short because he kept that fresh new like new new it just came. Off To check it out I'm I don't think it was that funny. Not Funny but. I owe him is they will resume while he lets you know right off the bat that he's Asian half. Yes. Yeah. Because he just goes and does like a bunch Asian voices oh? Shit. On like it's been a while since we've heard that in the you know he's doing it and he's got the license to do it do this? Yes. So he does. so He's in his. Into that right now that's Do that now but he did so I think that was interesting. That was like, oh, he's like kind of like skating the. Does he do the copier guy now copy does not do the copier. He. Doesn't Mexican accent because his wife Mexico que. And he does a bunch Asian accent. That's why I get to. Indian. Pakistani. Accent. I could play I could play up on the simpsons you hear me Simpson's you can hire me. An APP who will just I'll do the I'll do the stereotype I'll do the stereotype for you take all the heat up you. All right good stuff. Let's do news from the nation. Poor News Stinks stinks stinks? Blake Brandon posted an article from CNN, about Marvel's agents of shield ending with the series finale to our earlier. This week he writes completion aside feels good knowing I watched the entire series the rest of me on the other hand wishes I didn't have a completion aside, I'd recommend episodes or arcs not seasons of the series I think ham myself and Jimmy grab and maybe the last people to walk to watch this but they did reward the longtime fans in this two hour season finale. This season was crazy dude they were time travelling legends tomorrow. In the first half, every episode was in a different decade they went from like the thirties, forties, fifties, sixties, seventies, eighties, and the title card with change every episode based on the decade which I thought was cool. They even pulled agents Susa Remember Susa from agent Carter. carsoup agent, Carr Agencies. Your interest with the he had a limp and he was on. Plucked him out of time and took them with him. Susa is like at now like with daisy. And they show you the fates of all the characters that time travel the Konakov. season. The end to this is finally the end of Marvel Studios. The Old Marvel Studios under Jeff loved the very last thing and it kind of turned out that it worked. The couldn't it should never been tried to been forced to into the MC it have been its own thing. And after you know the last few seasons, they embrace the fuck it. We're just GONNA see whatever we why would avant incomes back from you remember. QUAKES MOM joying in human she's in the season. It was wild and. Clark. Greg Colson dies so many times because he's an empty in this season, actually at number people die and come back. So they do all that. It was fun but the end kind of an end of.
"greg colson" Discussed on Serial Killers
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"greg colson" Discussed on Cults
"Due to the graphic nature of this cult's crimes listener discretion is advised. This episode includes a discussion of sexual abuse and assault that. Some people may find offensive. We'd wise extreme caution for children under thirteen early. In the morning on November Seventeenth Nineteen Twenty six six Michigan State Law enforcement prepared for a raid officers. Hurriedly grabbed their axes guns and flashlights. It was going to be a quick extract. It was still dark. The officers saw their breath. Fog has they strode silently across the vast grounds of the Israelite House of David Commune in Benton Harbor. Their suspect sixty five year old Benjamin per now had been on the run for over three and a half years. He now faced federal charges on a slew of sexual allegations. The officers approached the Diamond House. A roughly nine thousand square foot three story story stone mansion where they had heard Benjamin was living. They quietly made their way up the steps to the entrance. They paused for just a moment. Then broke broke down the ornate front door and storms the house inside they found a confusing labyrinth of hallways and rooms moving walls rooms within rooms and large walk in vaults. They swung their axes with abandon chopping through the doors and walls to hastened their pace. The officers eventually made their way to the top floor and burst through Benjamin's bedroom door. They'd expected to find the young in girls that Benjamin allegedly kept near him instead they found the Predator. Who'd been missing for so many years? Hi I'm I'm Greg Colson Vanessa. Richardson and this is cults. A podcast.
"greg colson" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Thanks again for tuning into two serial killers. We'll be back Monday with a new episode next week we'll cover halls for subsequent murders and how he got his nickname of Bloody Butler Butler. You can find all episodes of serial killers and all other podcast originals. Free on spotify or anywhere. You listen to podcasts. Not Not only does spotify already have all of your favorite music but now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like serial killers for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream serial killers on spotify. Just open the APP and type serial killers in the search bar. I don't forget to follow us on facebook and Instagram at Tar cast and twitter at Park cast network. We'll see you next time. Have a peculiar week. Serial killers was created by Max Cutler and is a podcast studios original executive producers include Max and Ron Cutler sound sound design by Anthony Vowel sick with production assistance by Ron Shapiro Carleen Madden Freddie Beckley and Paul Moller. This episode of serial killers was written by five Anisa Grim with writing assistance by Maggie. Admire and stars Greg Colson and Vanessa. Richardson don't forget to check out. Our casts original series dog tales. Every Monday dog tales shares inspirational true stories days of loyalty courage and sacrifice by some of the most heroic canines in history. No mystery no macab. All heart searched for dog tales. The spotify APP and listen free today..
"greg colson" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Pie I'm Greg Colson this is serial killers of our cast original every Monday we dive into the minds and madness of serial killers with my co-host Vanessa. Richardson Hi everyone you can find episodes of serial killers and all other podcast originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to me casts to stream serial killers for free on spotify just open the APP and type serial killers in the search bar today we're beginning story of Richard Trenton Chase a deeply disturbed man who would eventually become known as the Vampire of Sacramento at Podcast were grateful for you our listeners he will allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at our cast and twitter at par cast Worth and if you enjoyed today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening it really does help on December Twenty Ninth Nineteen Seventy seven Ambrose Griffin was the victim of a random drive by shooting in Sacramento after a cooling off period rid of about a month the man who committed this shooting went on a rampage throughout the surrounding suburbs from January twenty third to January twenty seven Bentham Thousand Nine hundred seventy eight Richard Trenton Chase traveled from house to house shooting people drinking their blood and brutalizing their remains. over the course of a week he managed to kill five people before he was finally tracked down and apprehended by Sacramento County Police week we'll follow Richard's troubled adolescence and a turbulent home and delve into his multiple stints at mental health institutions for bizarre abberant savior next week will explore the horrific killing spree he initiated in January of Nineteen seventy eight which led to his capture by local detectives Dan his eventual fate while awaiting execution and the San Quentin Gas Chamber will also analyze richards grotesque fascination with drinking the blood pickton's Richard Trenton Chase was born on May twenty third nineteen fifty in Sacramento California starting when he was to his father also named Richard worked at McClellan air four or space as a computer specialist his mother Beatrice worked as a teacher for the first eight years of his life Richard lived an ordinary childhood he was a cub scout and played little league baseball in Nineteen fifty four his sister Pamela was born and his parents for the time being were happy together however this idyllic family life soon began to fracture by his own admission Richard Chase senior struggled with managing money he drank heavily frequently fought with his wife and disciplined his children harshly Beatrice left the disciplining of the children to her husband who later admitted to shaking them aggressively when they act it out on one occasion he forced his son when Richard Junior refused to eat but Richard Junior wasn't the only one on the receiving end of Richard Seniors Fury as Richard and his sister grew up the fights between the chase parents grew more constant and more passionate which greatly affected the psychological development of young Richard Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has been a lot of research for the show thanks Greg the friction in the chase household was coupled with a certain degree of neglect from Richard's parents later psychiatric evaluation labeled Beatrice as emotionally unable to concentrate on the task of socializing her son or to care for him in a loving way the supposed inability could've stemmed from emotional problems of her own but was likely not helped by the increasingly turbulent nature of her life to be clear Richard Senior was no better at socializing as child but apparently they're doctors didn't view parenting as men's work than therefore he wasn't blamed nevertheless the neglect and constant fighting isolated Richard and caused him to turn inward this was only exacerbated by the fact that the chase family moved houses multiple times throughout the nineteen fifty s according to court documents they lost their second home in nineteen sixty one to financial troubles caused in part by marital problems a two thousand sixteen study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine by Roger t Webb Karston be Peterson and Pearl L. H. Mock examined how moving frequently as a child affects a person later in life the study determined that in all areas including substance abuse psychiatric disorders and violent offending moving as a child increases the risk of later developing these behaviors sadly Richard would not prove to be the exception in fact he was an extremely strange child who grew into an isolated unruly teenager beatrice chase later recalled at the age of thirteen young Richard frequently made a mess of their kitchen in misguided attempts to cook but he didn't behave like a typical teenager learning a few recipes in her words he burnt pans and he would leave stuff all over the kitchen and big puddles on the floor he never picked up or cleaned anything now he was up stewing around and cooking burning stuff all night long and ought to be vexing we couldn't sleep my daughter and I in the house he turned the heat on and he'd turn it up so high open the windows let the heat out it and strip off lying on the couch in the living room although he still looked outwardly normal it was clear that Richard Trenton Chase was developed into a very abnormal person especially as the gulf between his parents widened Richard Seniors drinking heavily worsened and be Chris frequently accused him of infidelity by the time Richard was fourteen in May of nineteen sixty four the fighting had grown so constant the he could barely stand to be in his own home such was the richer to entered high school at the end of that summer he was described by those who knew him as a weapon groomed and fairly popular student those grades were frequently below average as a freshman his report card was mostly CS and ds but by his sophomore a year fs started to appear more frequently this should not be a huge surprise as nineteen sixty five was a particularly turbulent year for the chase family early in the year Richard Junior's mother took both him and Pamela out of the House and fled south to Los Angeles after eight days Richard Senior followed them there and took Richard Junior back beatrice however stayed in Los Angeles for four months before rejoining her family and Sacramento that same year fifteen year old Richard began a relationship with a girl a few years his junior she spoke about their relationship later understandably opting not to use her real name the ex girlfriend recalled that while Richard liked her was attracted to girls he found the sexual part of their relationship challenging throughout their year long relationship he was never able to maintain an erection is this limitation that caused her to end their relationship in nineteen sixty six erectile dysfunction as exceedingly uncommon among younger men study suggests that only five percent of men under the age of forty will experience it this can be caused by any number of influences from stress to depression two generalized anxiety we can only speculate which of these preyed on young Richard Chase but what we do know is that it a constant source of frustration and humiliation for him around this time possibly to cope with shame surrounding his sexual impotence or more or simply because he was a teenager in the nineteen sixties he started experimenting with drugs these included Marijuana LSD and occasionally the Empha- means he let his hair grow out and began to neglect his personal hygiene at the age of fifteen he had his first run in with police when he it busted for marijuana when confronted by his father. Richard denied any drug use contradicting the police report. This obvious lie only his father Angrier Richards casual attitude about drugs and increasingly inconsiderate attitude toward his family caused free in between him and his father the got into heated arguments about Richard's aimless approach to life as well as increasingly slovenly appearance but These arguments were hardly unique to the chase family most onlookers assumed Richard was just a directionless slob of teenager no one thought he was especially dangerous especially when at age eighteen he graduated from Mira Loma high school despite his poor work ethic and general lack of ambition he months later he saw a psychiatrist for his erectile problem unfortunately there was little to be done for Ed at the time so the condition remained a constant source of insecurity for Richard Throughout his life but all things considered it seemed like he was making an effort to get us life on track after his turbulent youth but then at the dawn of the Nineteen Seventies Richard Chases Strangeness Truly began to Manifest Richard stopped attending classes at American River College taking what he called a leave of absence from schoolwork the faculty did not see away from his family in February of Nineteen seventy-one too young residents of Sacramento Sid Evansdale Marquis and Rachel.
"greg colson" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Mostly three women Harry proctor of the Daily Mail remarked rarely have women been so strangely fascinated by a murder trial the forensic evidence for for both murders was plentiful additionally none of nevels friends or family would testify on his behalf in the end nevels efforts to conceal Seila. What he'd done suggested that he knew exactly what he was doing? The jury found Neville Sane and guilty he was sentenced to death by hanging on October sixteenth nineteen forty six a crowd of over three thousand people mostly women and gathered outside the Pentonville prison. Some were protesting others or gloating Neville had dressed up for the occasion he keyword new grey striped suit as he was solemnly led to his death just before his hanging never was offered a customary drink of whiskey typical of Neville. He said to have nodded and said while you're about it sir you might make it a double at nine. AM on October Ober Sixteenth nineteen forty six at the age of twenty nine. Neville Heath was hung to death at Pentonville prison. It took seven seconds. Neville Heath had been a man of contradiction. He was a handsome charming and at times romantic war hero yet he was incurably dissatisfied with himself is insecurity and greed twisted him into a monster guilty of unimaginably atrocious acts killers like Neville lurk where we least expect and beg us to question who we can trust. Thanks again for tuning into serial killers. We'll be back Monday. Okay with a new episode. You can find more episodes of serial killers and all other parkas originals for free on spotify not only does spotify already. You have all your favorite music but now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all your favorite podcast originals like serial killers for free from your phone. Ask top OR SMART Speaker to stream serial killers on spotify. Just open the APP and type serial killers in the search bar several of you have asked how to help the show and if you enjoy the show the best way to help is to leave a five star review and don't forget to follow us on facebook and Instagram at podcast and add twitter at podcast network will see you next time have a killer week. Serial killers was created by Max Cutler is a production one of cutler media and as part of the podcast network it is produced by Max and Ron Cutler sound design by Dick Schroeder with production assistance by Ron Shapiro Carly Madden and Maggie Admire serial killers has written by Kate Murdoch and stars Greg Colson and Vanessa Richardson well as promised. Here's an exclusive preview of the first episode of mythical monsters. It's about the crack in a larger than life sea monster in norse folklore that wreaks havoc and k awesome passing ships and sailors to hear the full first episode follow. 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"greg colson" Discussed on Double Toasted
"I can't blame them. You know, we got a mission, right? Yes. The movie has a lot of those moments where you like I feel like a lost the sense of urgency. We had about what happened here you really did man seriously is not that they are moments with captain marvel are enjoyable. I mean, all all the space stuff. I liked a lot like the way it opened all that. It was just when she got to earth. That's my notice. Even in kind of like as long as long as. Almost like as long as you just keep moving. Yes. As long as like is if she's like, she's hitting woman, you know. She's she's on she's on some good action scenes. She's on a train chasing people in shit. You know, like this this good action scenes in it. And by the way, that guy even alien. He just bumped into. Fuck you wrote them, then you come in. Call me a bitch. But now, there's some fun scenes in here. But they're all empty scenes all empty calories scenes, the time that you had the most that you have fun with her is when she's in perpetual motion, and she's and she's doing some kind of action. You know? I will say that the problem's not even with its not breathe, man. That's not shit. The girl went an Oscar doing something. Right. Hang on. I don't talk about room. I love her in that year. We also get that girl that asked this hers put their hands on it. Yeah. Don't even know the names out there asking going out of here. But you know. The the only time. That we do see that that that acting any bit of that acting that we see if somebody of her caliber come out is when she's hanging with Samuel Jackson, man. And by the way, I gotta say Samuel Jackson that aging CG technology. They got up he's going to be like a Cosso painting. I thought his face was just gonna be floating all over the place it actually workman sealers. I really I just bought him as being that age. I did too. I like damn some Jackson drinking smoothies and working. Got that got that cocoa butter. But he diet. I mean that that that that felt oh this is still is bad. But yeah, it's alright is all right in the right light and whatnot. But but that that that in him with in Clark, Greg Colson it worked for him to you know, it did work, but when him in him in breathe together. I don't know. I don't know of him and be laws and fucking on this. Just go with ladies. I don't know if they had a few drinks before the cameras started rolling. He's he's a well trained will season to act many is train train girl. No, man. He's no he he. No, he he is. You're right. He's such a great actor that I'm sure he brings out of other people too, but they have chemistry. They should've look this thing could turn into romantic comedy between the both of them. And that would have been awesome. That. Literally, you know, you won't do..
"greg colson" Discussed on Double Toasted
"It's all right. Is all right in the right light and whatnot. But but that that that in him with Clark, Greg Colson. Yeah. It worked for him to you know, it did work, but when him in him in it together. I don't know. I don't know of him and be fucking on. I don't know if he just good with ladies. I don't know if they had a few drinks before the cameras started rolling. He's he's he's a well trained will season to act many years. Train train girl. No, man. He's no. He he's. No. He is. You're right. He's such a great actor that I'm sure he brings out of other people, but they have chemistry. They should've look this thing could turn into romantic comedy between the both of them. And that would have been awesome that to Lilly. You know, You you know, you won't. won't. Yeah. Forget about space. Let's talk about. Well, we're going to do him space. Hey, man. I'll just play. No, man. I love the scenes with with with. Just for them in that acting alone. I mean when the meeting when they got together, in fact, when they got together for something of this magnitude, a chick from space comes down the first one you've seen. She's that powerful. They rushed quick. Yeah. Okay. So on a few notice also, but all things considered. Yes. They haven't seen space aliens and she's come down. And she she's got all these powers. And now, they find out there's another alien on earth that can change and shape shift and look like people all these earthlings are taking the so calmly. Yeah. 'cause my Jags. I'm trying to get that. Aliens later, but but he is like he's totally after making one face about it..
"greg colson" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"He want to protect your children. She's done. Very well. She has she's got a beautiful daughter who sixteen and her husband's terrific, actor and director Clark, Gregg. Yes, sure. We just talking about him. Yep. Yeah. Colson? Yes. Did he write what lies beneath? Yes. I like that picture. Me too. Very good scared. The shit out of me too. Very sorry. I was alone. Yes. People know Clark, Greg Colson from from the vendors movies, I guess most popular, but he's also a writer director to to to be reckoned with you know, he's on shield agents of Sherry we-. Yeah. Someone to be reckoned with these great director. Yes, talented family. What else you got for this, man? He's gotta go. He's got stuff to do pictures to take a have to go to the museum of Jewish heritage. Give give us one more plug for four fiddler. It's coming to stage forty forty-two guess in February which used to be the little Shubert. Okay. February nineteenth. I think February eleventh is maybe the first preview have eleventh. Okay. Okay. So we're going to tell everybody to go. If you're in the tri-state area. Now, you gotta see it. We'll we'll we're going to see you should see it downtown. Okay. Not this production this production production. Yeah. Okay. The same beep. I will buy a ticket right after we get off the mic, sir. I think we can arrange for you to come. The publicist is waving not sold out. However, oh, I knew somebody. Now, I heard that it's also translated. Yes, they have the super titles in Russian and English. I actually everybody knows. Oh, they. Yeah. Everyone knows the word. So ready yet, they know that story, and it's. I find the the non Jewish audience finds their own ancestry. Interesting in what we're putting up there and our. Mesmerized by it and timely or the never. Yeah. As you. Yes. With all the Michigan. Today. Just looking at it today at Mexico and the anti-immigrant sentiment, and it's just rent your your grandmother came from Russia. And how did they end up in in Ohio? She had a cousin everybody had some by. Yeah. That came first. Yeah. And my grandmother never learned to speak English, and one of my favorite things is she used to drive a truck. In cleveland. And I said, grandma, how did you get a license? I gave demand a couple books. All right. We're going to tell everybody I'm Gilbert. And I are going to go see at first, but everybody needs to see fiddler on the roof in Yiddish directed by the great, Joel grey. I perk for personal reasons I want people to see men on a swing and buffalo Bill and the Indians and that night gallery episode, which is also which is also online Gilbert. And and I want to hear you saying another one of father showns. Okay. Do we have it? Do we have acute up you need music? No, okay. He's going to do without music. I get a hayme Mitha vibe Alicia chain with is sheep's, and it's from again Hoyas mid Gazon Takao boys when a couple hundred cattle to k- from everybody sing hayme hame. Come on in and building plenty of chain from sue Boyko spilled men pinochle employ. Dalton in my high Skillet often veins. The great Mickey Katz. He was Vicky would be proud performed by his son killed the great Joel Chris who our listeners fine. Mickey katz. The albums are out there. The videos are on YouTube, get them Joel this is my new favorite episode of our show. Two hundred forty seven or someone godly number. Thanks for schlepping out in the rain was. Very good. He's going to give you a sign off. Thank you. Are you, sir? Charming, and sweet you're very kind Gill. We've been talking to that great. Joel grey. That's it. Yeah. Yeah. That was let's could do. Joel Joel give yourself a sign off. Oh, could you do a little station ID for us? Yeah. No. If someone stood up in a crowd and raised his voice up way out loud and waved his arm and leg you'd notice him. If someone in the movie show yelled fire in the second round. Notice. And even without clucking like. Everyone gets noticed. Now. Unless of course, that percentage should be. Invisible. Inconsequential. It's been a few weeks. Faye? Salad. Fain because you can look right through me. Fine. Should have been. Mr seven. Right. A little resigned in
"greg colson" Discussed on Serial Killers
"I could really use a morning energy boost. Here have my cafe monster mocha will thanks for offering Vanessa. But I can't take your cafe monster. Why not I've got vanilla and salted caramel to you. Just carry around bottles of cafe monster in your purse. You never know when you're going to need a hundred and fifty milligrams of caffeine for an energy boost. The you wanna watermelon. You have kidding cafe monster chill it down shake it up. Enjoy. We want to thank you again for all your support. We also want to tell you that will be a way for the holidays. So we won't be releasing an episode on December twenty fourth, but we'll be back with a brand new episode on December thirty first have a happy and safe holiday. Thanks for listening. The common comfort blanket applies an even amount of pressure over the body. It's designed with the perfect amount of weight to relax my body. I can't believe the difference. I got such restful sleep the calming comfort weighted blanket comes with a ninety day. Anxiety-free stress-free best night's sleep of your life guarantee from sharper image right now. Just for our listeners. You can go to calming comfort blanket dot com. Use promo code killers at checkout to receive fifteen percent off the displayed price again that's calming comfort blanket dot com, promo code killers. And because you can't put a price at a great night's sleep. Go online now at calming comfort blanket dot com and use promo code killers for your special discount today. Due to the graphic nature of this killer's crimes. Listener discretion is advised. This episode includes dramatization and discussions of murder and assault that some people may find offensive we advise extreme caution for children under thirteen people like to win from little league to the Academy Awards. We pride ourselves on getting ahead and the trophies we have to show for it for some sexual conquests or equally deserving of trophies a photo a kept item of clothing, even a body part to Joseph Nye so trophies let him keep a small part of the women. He dominated Hugh loved to photograph them both before and after he took their lives. Police would eventually uncover over five thousand photographs of the women Joseph had raped and murdered in his studio. If a picture is worth a thousand words, Joseph's tr. Trophies had a lot to say. Hi, I'm Greg Colson. And this is serial killers today, we're going to take a deep dive into the life of Joseph nee so and his obsessive compulsion with documenting his gruesome sex crimes. I'm here with my co host an Esa Richardson. Hi, everyone many of you have been asking us how you can support the podcast if you enjoy the show one of the best ways to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you listen to podcasts while you're there. You can listen to previous episodes of serial killers as well as par casts other podcasts. A new episode comes out every Monday, you can also find us on Facebook and Instagram at par cast and on Twitter at parkas network or in our website, par cast dot com. Joseph NATO was a freelance photographer who worked in California and New York he killed at least six women between nineteen seventy seven and nineteen ninety four and assaulted and raped. Hundreds more NATO preyed on vulnerable women. He lured them in by offering to pay them to model for his photo shoots. He liked to photograph women in lingerie tied up with pantyhose. But after the shoots he would beat them and often raped them. He even strangled some of his models to death after taking their lives. He would pose and photograph their corpses. Mesa documented his assaults in what the court would later. Call his rape diary during his career as a photographer. He also took thousands of photographs of his victims both alive and dead today. We'll look at NASA's life up until his incarceration in two thousand ten and see how a pro. Ovation violation started a murder investigation next week. We'll follow the investigation spurred by mysterious list of ten names found in NATO's apartment suspected to be the victims of the alphabet murders. Joseph NATO was born January. Seventh nineteen thirty four in Rochester, New York. It was the height of the great depression. There's
"greg colson" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"I love that man. But as soon as you said, I just thought, you know, three billboards, he's, he's, he blew my mind and I told them, I, you know, there's that scene where basically passes Augusta born schuss to someone and I was I bowled, I was crying, so are it's just heartbreaking, brilliant. He's he's one of those actors where he's the real ho- excited because people know him. Now finally coming coming to his own terms of public records there too. We, we love to talk about overnight successes. The people who've been working for thirty years overnight successes, and he's one of those. He's another one folks go and look at all the movies. He's made, see what you can watch. Anything you watch with him in it is worth it and he's done a lot of Indies. People don't know sin. Charlie's angels was. But yeah, no, he's he's incredible film. I think that it's always tough if someone loves a book. Yeah, always going to be tell you on your never gonna. Be able to satisfy everyone. Yeah, but I, it's really good. Yeah. No, I was. I was very, I was very happy is something is if something particular about being directed by an actor in that case, you direct by Clark, Greg Colson, that guy and it was his director. I think it was his debut is if something about an actor directing an actor that where there's a certain suppod co or understanding of. Couple of 'em actor directors, but I don't really know. I think you're either going, you doing, you know, Dirk toil debut internet says, well, you've been like knowing that it was the debut that I have. No, you know, he's a news in you. He was doing and I felt confident in him. And yeah, I think it's very am. Very interesting. I, I am not to be a director going to say, do you ever want? No, I it's just so much. You know it so you know, they're in charge of everything and I, you know, I love my job and get into focus on my part of it and then to interact with people, I'm in scenes with, that's fine. But if I. Striped sweater the check sweater. Yeah, I don't care. Just put them in close. It being any McPhee. There's another legend. Thomson, I would very happily just walk around behind throwing rose petals and her general direction. She's she's an amazingly to goddess is six. Jordan me. I have paid so much money to see her in Kenneth Branagh when they were together just because that's like my dream, really. There might dream. They're just amazing. Part of it is on English file. It is that, but also just those kind of talented people together those talented, talented people hanging out doing stuff I confess remember at this at this distance, did you have any scenes with Angela lansbury and then. French lens doesn't love handle her. She she gave me a copy of Simpson sensibility and said, you should be in this. I felt like it's been done many, but that's very sweet. Thank you very much. Say do not argue within Gelo. No, she I, I loved her. She's incredible. She's an incredible. She's still serve up there doing it on stage. Yeah, I wish I could be like her. She carries herself just a knockout so they're okay. Here we are now who excites you. Directory river. And actor Lee Lee, you know, I don't know. I mean, this is totally triggered. It solves the next job I'm doing. Excites it, and I'm really a couple of jobs coming up that I account weight and the next one much the is im- I'm working with a director with before..
"greg colson" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast
"Any barbershop would not feel it's like oh can you give up one square foot of space yeah sure no problem it's fun and he also is also very thoughtful about the books that he provides if he wants children of color to see protagonist of color but he doesn't necessarily want all the books to be about harriet tubman this is something that we've actually talked about in an article that when it was in development the title was surreal realities black children face every day like things that you just kinda don't think about and one of them was it's very hard to find books with children of color on the covers that aren't about slavery when aren't about like civil rights issues they're just children being children and he addresses that like he's looking for fun books too but he also wants children are colored to see children of color in their books in not be a history lesson which i think is a very thoughtful fund smart thing to do yeah absolutely like you say and as he says in this interview looked at books of aimed at specifically young black audiences and he describes it as quote slavery civil rights slavery civil rights biography slavery and then he he says that he asked librarians if they could name to laugh out loud picture books with a black protagonist librarians couldn't do it and so then elvin irby road up book he re wrote a children's book called case greg about a little black boy who loves to eat his boogers you call them boogers greg colson delicious sugars and you need goofy funny books where your present as a kid it's and i i had a ton of them because there's like there's even alexander and the horrible no good very bad day connected with that kid his name was alex very easy direct you know.
"greg colson" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Opal thanks again for tuning into serial killers if you want to listen to any previous episodes of serial killers you can find them on i two google play soundcloud stitcher and spotify or on our website of park castcom spelled p a r c a s tcom if you lycra she here please leave a five star review or tell us what you think on social media we're on facebook and instagram as at par cast and twitter park cast network it seems simple but it really helps our show join us next monday as we continue delving into the twisted psyche of bible john hevert killer week serial killers was created by max cutler and developed by run cutler it is a production of cutler media and as part of the podcast network it is produced by mackson ron cutler sound design by ron shapiro with production assistance by joel stein and maggie admire serial killers is written by gin and field cain and stars greg colson and benazir richardson the amazing cast a voice actors includes by alphabetical order mike opposi and kimberly holland at of our show dozen pack enough creepy serial killer drama for you you've got check out universal pictures new horror film the snowman starring michael fast bender and rebecca ferguson follows an elusive serial killer who murders during the first snowfall of the winter the snow map seed only in theaters october 20th if you can't wait to listen to part to urine lock it's available on tune in right now tune in has all our episodes one week early just go to tune incomserial killers to listen for free that's tune incomserial killers or search serial killers in the tune in app.