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"greg poulsen" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

01:40 min | 9 months ago

"greg poulsen" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Hi I'm Greg Poulsen. First episode of five part special on the satanic panic part of a crossover event between serial killers and colds. Over the next four weeks we're taking a deep dive into what sparked this modern day mass panic in America I'm here with my co host Vanessa, Richardson? Hi Everyone. You can find episodes of serial killers, cults, and all other spotify originals from podcast for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts with several decades worth of distance. It's easy to pass judgment on those who were swept up in the madness of the satanic panic, but we're going to examine exactly how. It took hold from nineteen sixties, popular culture and the rise of evangelical. Christianity to serial killers and murderers. Colts were delving into the facts that fed the falsehoods. Today were charting the origins of the satanic panic tracing its roots back to the highly publicized crimes of cults and serial murderers in the nineteen sixties and Seventies. We'll also look at how sensational reporting led to an unprecedented explosion of paranoia as the nineteen eighties rolled around next time, we'll cover the murderous rampages of three iconic serial killers who terrified their communities and look at how these criminals impacted the atmosphere of the satanic panic. We have all that and more coming up stay with us. This episode is brought to you by the National Highway, Traffic Safety Administration Forty eight states banned texting and driving. So if you do it, you're not only putting people at risk you're breaking.

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Elizabeth Wettlaufer

Serial Killers

11:15 min | 1 year ago

Elizabeth Wettlaufer

"Year old. Helen young rolled her wheelchair aimlessly. Listen around her room at the caressing care nursing home. It was a hot summer day in two thousand thirteen and she was bored. Helen was a world war. Two Royal Air Force veteran and a tough woman. She hated having nothing to do. Mischievously she began to yell helped me nurse nurse helped me. Elizabeth a rotund nurse with small glasses appeared at her door with a sigh. She asked what do you need help with. Helen stared at her a moment before snapping. Nothing go away and snickering to herself. Elizabeth's muscles tense it. Does she stormed out in the hallway. She leaned against the wall shaking with fury. She took a few deep breaths in and out in and out then she straightened suddenly full of purpose. She hurried down the hallway a few minutes later. Elizabeth Ebeth returned to Helen's room this time with a needle in her hand a few hours later loud moans brought hospital staff rushing shing to Helen's room. She was convulsing face. Bright Red and limbs bent inward Elizabeth loomed nearby as the other staff tried to help. I hope Helen's spotted Elizabeth in the crowd. She tried to speak but her words were slurred early. The next morning. Helen when young died the killer nurse of Canada had claimed another victim Hi I'm Greg Poulsen. This is serial real killers a podcast original every Monday. We dive into the minds of madness of serial killers today. Were finishing the story of Elizabeth. Wet Law her her between two thousand seven and two thousand sixteen Elizabeth wetl offer murdered eight elderly residents in the long term care nursing home where she worked as a night nurse. I making her one of the most prolific killers and Canadian history. I'm here with my co host Vanessa. Richardson Pie everyone. You can find. Episodes is of serial killers and all other podcast originals for free on spotify. Or wherever. You listen to podcasts to stream serial killers for free on spotify. Just open the APP and type serial killers in the search bar at podcast grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do it. We love let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram podcast and twitter at podcast network. And if you enjoyed today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever wherever you're listening. It really does help last week we explored how Elizabeth's Baptist upbringing led her to repress sexuality after a decade of marriage she could hide her identity no longer and her husband asked for divorce following their split in two thousand six. Elizabeth took her anger out on several of her elderly early patients. Murdering two men and assaulting two women by overdosing them with insulin this week Elizabeth's horrifying killing expre- continues as she delivers what she believed was God's judgment to victim after victim also in two thousand eight forty one year old. Elizabeth Wet Laufer was grappling with intense feelings of insecurity the and stress in her hometown of Woodstock Canada. Though she'd gotten pleasure out of killing two elderly men the previous year. She knew what she was doing was wrong. After her second murder she tried to direct her urges by singling out. Those who were no longer happy being alive she felt this was the only way to deal with the terrifying red surge of anchor. She experienced winter. Anxiety became overwhelming so when dementia patient Wayne Lean hedges claim to her that he wanted to die. Elizabeth gave him a heavy dose of insulin. However other staff members noticed that fifty seven year old Wayne gene had low blood sugar? They treated him for hypoglycemia and he was able to pull through but it wouldn't be Elizabeth's last attempt on a patient's life she targeted her next victim. Sixty three year old patient. Michael Priddle either in two thousand eight or two thousand nine varying sources versus have differing dates. Michael had Huntington's disease a fatal condition. Where nerve cells in the brain break down over time he was wheelchair bound and was admitted to Elizabeth's place of work caressing care because he had trouble swallowing he needed constant supervision during one shift? Elizabeth observed Michael With pity he was a tragic figure. A man who still had his mind but was robbed of his bodily functions. She felt it was an awful way to live. I've she closed her eyes and felt the Red Serge Pass through her. God wanted her to save this man. Elizabeth Fetched Insulin Needle and hurried to his room. She injected him with ninety units of insulin which he considered to be a very large amount despite Michael's delicate condition. And what should have been a lethal dose of insulin. He miraculously survived the night. Though it's unclear how Michael reacted to the dose. Elizabeth was adamant that other staff members didn't notice. Michael was having hypoglycemic symptoms. It wasn't medical intervention. That saved him and Elizabeth started to worry. It had been divine intervention throughout the following day. She was rattled. She thought the Red Serge had told her to kill Michael and Wayne and yet both had survived. She wondered if she'd gotten it wrong. Maybe their recoveries meant that God hadn't intended for them to die after all. Her uncertainty led her vow not to kill again instead. She searched for other ways to stay preoccupied if she was distracted elected enough. Perhaps she wouldn't act on her sinister impulses. Elizabeth turned to binge drinking and drug use which had helped her cope in the past. Vanessa is 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 the show. Thanks Greg shortly before her divorce. Elizabeth had gone to see a therapist and was diagnosed with borderline personality the disorder or bpd. While she was on medication the disorder could have influenced some of her actions. According to Dr Crystalline saulters had had no a person with. BP's more likely to turn to self harming behaviors like drinking or binge eating as a way to cope with feelings of inadequacy Elizabeth's own bpd and poor self image likely drove her to abused drugs and alcohol. Elizabeth also tried to cope with their feelings by searching for love online in late. Two Thousand Nine Elizabeth connected with Sheila Andrews after trading messages and chatting online for a few you months Sheila invited Elizabeth to come and visit her and Prince Albert Canada about a four hour flight. North west of Woodstock Elizabeth was thrilled drilled. She dressed up in high heels put on vivid Red Lipstick and boarded a plane upon her arrival. Elizabeth threw herself off into Sheila's arms loudly proclaiming. That they were going to be together and that she'd already told everyone at work how much she loved. Sheila Sheila was thrown despite their intimate messages. They were only just meeting for the first time. Elizabeth was moving way too fast. Elizabeth's hastiness indicated a deep desperation for affection. According to Philip chartered a therapist and social worker. Some people cling to partners org potential partners when they have a fear of being cast aside though Sheila and Elizabeth hadn't met in person they're online connection lead Elizabeth to to believe they had a more serious relationship than they did. It's possible she was overcompensating. During their initial meeting out of fear it would all go away. A charred mentions that this fear often comes from rejection by a parent or love interest during adolescence. This is certainly likely. In Elizabeth's case Ace. As her sexuality was rejected by both her parents and her church she may have been craving away. To regain her self esteem and hoped fulfillment fulfillment in other areas of her life would quell her desire to kill despite Elizabeth's rocky first impression. Sheila decided to see how the week gwent before jumping to conclusions but after only a few days she realized there was definitely something off about Elizabeth. Sheila said Elizabeth reacted petulantly. Definitely when she didn't get what she wanted and was two desperate to start a relationship so Sheila tells her it wasn't going to work out after the stinging rejection rejection. Elizabeth returned home to Woodstock and searched even harder for someone to connect with. She finally found a companion onion. In an eighteen year old nurse's aide who started at crescent care in two thousand nine forty two year old Elizabeth Mike The aid and took her out to dinner mentoring entering her as she adjusted to her new job though. It's unconfirmed Elizabeth has also insinuated. The two of them eventually started dating regardless of their specific specific relationship. They certainly became close enough. That Elizabeth saw the young aid as someone she could trust during one conversation. Elizabeth even been told the young nurse about her crimes. According to the book lethal injections the aid wanted to alert the police immediately however Elizabeth with assured her she'd deny everything there was no proof. These crimes occurred and Elizabeth convinced. The nurse's aid that the police would likely believe believe Elizabeth over her. Elizabeth also told the Young Woman that she didn't need to be turned in as God had forgiven her for the crimes. It's it's unclear what the nurse did with this information. But there's no record of a report being filed so it appears. She kept her mouth shut as a young young impressionable woman at the start of her career. The severity of the situation might have been overwhelming. Elizabeth dodged a bullet by successfully silencing. Think the nurse but after a year of restraint and a few failed attempts at regaining. Some confidence through intimacy. She was once again weighed down by anxiety

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"greg poulsen" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"greg poulsen" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

"Welcome to haunted places a podcast original I'm Greg Poulsen every Thursday we take you to the scariest aereas most haunted real places on earth and share their stories this episode is part of our urban legends Halloween special every day for the month of October representing Spooky Spin on an urban legend that and diving into the history of the horror like it or not each terrifying tale contains a grain of truth you can find episodes of haunted places and all other park has dirigibles for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream haunted places for free on spotify just open the APP and type haunted places in the search bar at park cast. We're grateful for you our listeners you allow us to do it. We love let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network if you enjoy this episode of haunted places be sure to check out the rest of the podcast presents Halloween feed on spotify today we examined urban legend about the costs of looking drop dead gorgeous book poison dress is a pulpy tale inspired by the unknown history of previously owned garments and a body mangled trends of the fashion world instead of having to squeeze herself into a blistering Stiletto heel or suffocating spanks the poor one of our story becomes the victim of the dress of her dreams.

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"greg poulsen" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"greg poulsen" Discussed on Haunted Places

"Welcome to haunted places apart cast original I'm Greg Poulsen every Thursday we take the scariest eareas te most haunted real places on earth and share their stories this episode is part of our urban legends Halloween special every day for the month of October where presenting our spooky spin on an urban legend then diving into the history horror like it or not each terrifying tale contains a grain of truth you can find episodes of haunted places and all other asked originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to scream haunted places for free on spotify just open the APP and type haunted places in the search bar at par cast. We're grateful for you our listeners you will allow us to do what we love let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network and if you enjoyed today's episode the Best Way to help is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening listen to more episodes of haunted places and all other podcast originals on spotify and wherever else you listen to podcasts today we examined legend that started in Mexico in the eighteenth century and has continued to persist but Devil at the dance although the location has moved from all town dances to discos clubs and even high school semi formal 's the fear has remained the same a seductive stranger polls girls into his world only to carry her down to Hell.

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"greg poulsen" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"greg poulsen" Discussed on Haunted Places

"On the morning of January thirtieth nineteen sixty the prisoner did sit ups in his freezing cell in the east cell block of Ohio State reformatory. He exercised for hours to keep warm. His regimen had the added benefit of building up strength here. He needed it. In the first few months of a sentence that prisoner witnessed bloody fights between prisoners mercilus beatings from the cards inmates. Leaping from the upper ranges of their cellblocks unable to face the nightmare any longer. Death was everywhere. But the prisoner endured today, however that rush of heat permeated his body faster than normal. He prayed to God, it wasn't fever. A blood curdling scream rang out to the cell block. The prisoner ran to see the source of the commotion. He gripped the bars of his cell and cried out they burned like a stove-top. He leaped back coughing. Well, smelling smoke poured from the bars of the next cell cell. Thirteen is voice was lost in the chorus of prisoners shouting for the guards standing in south thirteen was a gaunt man and Gulf inflames is head looked like a Jack lantern and unsettling smile. Twisted. His lips as his skin blackened and cracked like a hawk on a spit the prisoners. Neighbor was burning a lie. Welcome to haunted places on the park cast network. I'm Greg Poulsen every Thursday take you to the scariest areas most haunted real places on earth this week..

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"greg poulsen" Discussed on Cults

Cults

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"greg poulsen" Discussed on Cults

"Before we begin i'm excited to share my spooky new podcast with you haunted places every other thursday greg gives us a spooky audio tour of some of the most haunted places in the world every haunted place as are frightening but real backstory i'll take you through the legends history and supernatural activity of each place haunted places is a park cast podcast listen and subscribe to haunted places on apple podcast tune in google play or podcast dot com due to the graphic nature of this cult's crimes listener discretion is advised this episode includes discussions of graphic material that some people may find offensive we advise extreme caution for listeners under thirteen hi i'm greg poulsen and i'm vanessa richardson of this is cults in part one of our exploration of david koresh and the branch davidians we explored creches early life at his rise within the group if you haven't listen to part one you may wanna jump back him check it out before listening to part to impart to will learn more about croatia's followers or is he called them students and what he preached to them will explore why people stayed in the group even as karesh limited their basic freedoms emotionally isolated them and led them into a violent clash with the us government will delve into the actual confrontation between the branch davidians and the us government and see how the fatally botched atf raid developed into a fifty one day standoff with the fbi that ended in flames killing scores of branch davidians including karash and almost two dozen children vanessa's go to lead the way on the psychology he.

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"greg poulsen" Discussed on Cults

Cults

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"greg poulsen" Discussed on Cults

"Paramount network presents waco a six parked television event that tells the story of one of the most shocking sieges in us history that resulted in a fifty one day standoff between the fbi and the branch davidians the schilling colludes a star studded ensemble cast featuring michael shannon john leguizamo in taylor catch who plays david koresh waco premiers wednesday january 24th on paramount network due to the graphic nature of this cult's crimes listener discretion is advised this episode includes discussions of graphic material that some people may find offensive we advise extreme caution for listeners under thirteen hi i'm greg poulsen and i'm vanessa richardson and this is cults today in part one of our exploration of david koresh and the branch davidians we'll take a deep dive into the life of david koresh their most infamous leader whose fate was sealed in a raging fire in waco texas in part to will focus on karesh is branch davidian followers will delve into crushes techniques for recruiting them their beliefs and the tragedy that befell that met waco finesse is going to lead the way on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note than us is not a licence psychologists and psychiatrists but she's that a lot of research for the show thanks greg and just a reminder if you're is fascinated by cult says we are you can listen to previous episodes of cults on your favorite podcast directory don't forget to subscribe while you're there because new episodes come out every tuesday but if you like what you hear please leave a fivestar review wherever you listen it helps.

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"greg poulsen" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"greg poulsen" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"All these podcast and more exclusively on the new podcast one podcast onecom apple podcast stay tune for sixty seconds of abc news headlines right after this podcast oh my god play with don't play oh plenty of it check this out plug zone with ten seconds left lorde joanie loves he takes with that seldon lakers radio network play of the day brought to you by true car find out what other people in the area paid for years same car you're looking for an on average save over three thousand dollars off msrp whether you're looking for new or use carb is a true cordoned joy more competent car buying experience as the identites pointed out i called him greg poulsen and it's grant housed once again proving that i don't know who he is uh a whole home what maybe i made that mistake on purpose they're not sure who you are but please tell their hands story greg grant please tell the whole story that's all and i i here's the deal i promised to call him kirk cousins on the highlights on sunday night in from now on if you tell the entire story of what i said during my show i think that's only fair yes paul can you quickly say the star linebackers name for the carolina panthers luke key clean and quickly outlook weekly liu key clea so it's l o u keithly lou keithly leuke kley likely somebody and caroline is probably writing about that right now.

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"greg poulsen" Discussed on Cults

Cults

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"greg poulsen" Discussed on Cults

"We want to remind all of you that now is your last chance to buy cults merchandise were selling exclusive culled sweatshirts t shirts and phone cases only until december eighth so head to representcompodcast for all of your cults merchandise before it's too late due to the graphic nature of this cult's crimes listener discretion is advised this episode includes discussions that some people may find offensive we advise extreme caution for children under 13 hi i'm greg poulsen and i'm vanessa richardson and this is colts you can find new episodes of the show every tuesday on apple podcasts in google play soundcloud stitcher and spotify or on our website podcastcom spelled b a r c a s tcom don't forget to subscribe while you're there because a new episode comes out every tuesday you can also find us on facebook and instagram at par cast and on twitter park cast network if you like what you hear please leave a five star review wherever you're listening yeah i have cohost the horse another huh shouldn't will result in maine will resolve the clip you just heard was taken from an audio tape recorded by warren jets the infamous leader of the fundamentalist church of jesus christ of latterday saints today we're going to take a deep dive into warned jeff's and the f l d s the f l d ss estimated ten thousand followers across north america consider to be an authentic religious denomination but we're going to take a look at this fundamentalist sect through the lens of cult psychology particularly because the f l d s is one of the most heavily criticise religious groups in modern history this is largely due to the fact that this particular sect of mormonism practices polygamy and underage marriages born jeff's the religion selfproclaimed prophet had at least eighty wives when he was arrested in two thousand six in the previous clapped jeff's was preaching about how god was pleased with the multiple lives he had taken so it goes without saying that worn jeff's life was anything but ordinary.

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"greg poulsen" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"greg poulsen" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Her and leads us to the most important question of all was chicoti lost psychologically fit to stand trial for his crimes mm i am i'm greg poulsen and this is serial killers today we're going to continue our dive into the life of andrei chikatilo the butcher of rostov plum here with my cohost manasi richardson high every line of we'd like to ask a quick favour would you leave a five star review of serial killers on your favorite podcast directory it seems so simple but it really helps us out and don't forget to subscribe while you're there because a new episode comes out every monday you can also find us on facebook and instagram at park cast and on twitter podcast network for those just joining us this week let's do little recap andrei chicoti lows problems started at a young age born into war torn ukraine he grew up with a deep emasculation issues manifesting us sexual impotence this caused decades of severe depression until in his forties he took a job teaching there he began to molest as younger students vanessa is going to take over the discussion of chicoti low psychology is not a licence psychologists or psychiatrist but she's done a lot of research for the show thanks greg molesting his students gave chicoti low his first true satisfaction in his life he realized that dominance and abuse were his stimulus and that he was powerless to resist them his advances were random illplanned he had yet to become a practiced predator the school found out about as abuses and quietly fired him but that was just the beginning.

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"greg poulsen" Discussed on Cults

Cults

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"greg poulsen" Discussed on Cults

"Due to the graphic nature of this cult's crimes listener discretion is advised this episode includes discussions of murder and assault at that some people may find offensive we advise extreme caution for children under 13 har i'm greg poulsen and this is cults today we're going to take a deep dive into one of the most infamous cults in canadian history the anthill kids i'm here with my co host spin as a richardson thank you greg in part one of our two part series on the anthill kids we focused on the cult's notorious leader roque terry oh we uncovered how a catholic boy from a small canadian mining town grew up to be a monstrous cult leader in part two will learn more about the anthill kids themselves why do these young men and women follow roque until the wilderness what did they believe and as wrote conducted an ever escalating campaign of torture mutilation in an murder against his followers why didn't they try to save themselves or their children americans like to make a lot of jokes about canada but there's a lot we don't know about our friendly neighbor to the north for example many americans believe in the stereotype of the nice friendly canadian one reason the stereotype about nice canadians persists among americans is many mistakenly believe canada is one monolithic culture in fact canada has a rich history of diversity and prides itself on its cultural mosaic unlike in the united states where the phrase cultural melting pot references americans preference for assimilation canada's cultural mosaic embraces the coexistence of different immigrant groups the former prime minister of canada stephen harper even gave an address celebrating the country's multiculturalism in the face of terrorism the fact of the matter is this is a country that welcomes all cultures at all faiths and the terrorists of the people they represent stand for nothing but hate for it.

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"greg poulsen" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"greg poulsen" Discussed on Serial Killers

"September twenty seven thief teen 88 the londonbased central news agency received a letter supposedly from the white chapel murderer at first the agency assumed it was a hoax so they held onto it for two days before turning it into a 30s this may have been a mistake a day later the man gnat referred to as jack the ripper would strike again and this time he would claimed the lives of two victims in the same night backtoback they would come to be known as the double event like a sudden tremor on the earth it would strike the minds of all those watching the murderous narrative unfold causing jack the ripper to take front and center on the world stage and hello and welcome to aid dual addition of unsolved murders true crime stories and serial killers you are listening to these second episode of our threepart jack the ripper special on carter roy in i'm wendy mckenzie we host unsolved murders each week for these serial killers fans out there unsolved murders is a modern twist on oldtime radio that delves into the mysteries of true cold cases and unsolved murders if you haven't heard it yet you can listen and subscribe on your favorite podcast directory belive certainly listened in subscribed i'm greg poulsen host of serial killers and i'm vanessa richardson the other host of serial killers every week our podcast glimpses into the mines methods and madness at the most notorious serial killers subscribe and listen as greg talks listeners through the life and crimes of a serial killer every week can my partner in crime than us up provide psychological analysis this week vanessa is these.

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"greg poulsen" Discussed on Cults

Cults

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"greg poulsen" Discussed on Cults

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"greg poulsen" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"greg poulsen" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Don't make me wait till the day when you're mine oh please say you'll be mine forever and five days what you just heard is the text of a poem written by kathy would to her then lover gwendolyn graham nearing the end of their tenure as nurses at the alpine manor nursing home at first glance it appears to be a tender expression of love from one woman to another the only possible crime the authors committed is the crime mature poetry let this poem scrawled on a sheet of nurses notes stationary was actually the artifact of an abusive relationship the chronicle of a vicious medical killing spree which claimed the lives of at least five alpine matter patients in walker michigan akg the pi i'm greg poulsen and this is serial killers today we're going to take a deep dive into the lives of lendl graham and kathy would a pair of nurses who melded murder of with their sexual relationships leading the papers to label them the lethal lovers i'm here with my host manasa richardson vanesse is not a licence psychologists psychiatrists what she's done a lot of research for this show hi everyone we like to ask a quick favour would you leave a fivestar review of serial killers on your favorite podcast directory it seems so simple but it really helps us out and don't forget to subscribe while you're there because a new episode comes out every monday you can also find us on facebook and instagram at par cast and on twitter at par cast network a quick note and this week's episode all quotes will be performed by actors however these lines are quoted from primary research sources and presented exactly as those people stated them.

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"greg poulsen" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"greg poulsen" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Is it intelligence is it luck unfortunately there aren't any studies on serial killers that aren't caught seeing as there aren't any uncaught serial killers to interview unfortunate indeed of course we can look at some traits that cher for example well serial killers that go on caught are typically organized rather than unorganized killers there are also usually the ones with some of the shortest runtimes anywhere from a couple of months to a couple of years if you're careful with how you plan your crime and never kill enough to get sloppy and leave evidence behind than it's less likely the police will be able to catch you is that the idea exactly and these two key points may be exactly the reason that scotland's most sought after killer was never caught akg pie i'm greg poulsen and this is serial killers today we're going to look into one of the most famous serial killers in scottish history a man by the name of bible john i'm here with my co host vanessa richardson vanessa's not a license psychologists psychiatrists but she's done a lot of research for this show hi everyone we'd like to ask a quick favour would you leave of five star review of serial killers on your favorite podcast directory it seems so simple but it really helped us out and don't forget to subscribe while you're there because a new episode comes out every monday you can also find us on facebook and instagram at par cast and on twitter at park cast network a quick note and this week's episode all quotes will be performed by actors however these lines are quoted from primary research sources and presented exactly as those people stayed in them now let's get back to the twisted psyche of bible john.

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"greg poulsen" Discussed on Cults

Cults

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"greg poulsen" Discussed on Cults

"Welcome to audit places i'm greg poulsen every episode i take you to the scariest eareas te most haunted real places on earth this week join me unas supernatural journey to the sea sle hotel in los angeles or even an infant isn't safe to this day it's haunted if you can't get enough haunted places don't forget to subscribe you can find us on your favorite podcast directory as well as on facebook and instagram at par cast and on twitter park cast network the cease a hotel has played host to a bizarre number of tragedies ask a former guest or an la local born internet sleuth y and you'll get an equally bizarre number of answers the ghosts of one of its earliest murder victims a newborn baby is out to get revenge on women who resembled his mother the satanic spirit of los angeles serial killer the night stalker haunts the hallways in bloody clothes one thing's for sure this hotel is cursed walking into the sea so hotel doesn't seem so bad you think the looming fourteen floors and its location forty minutes from disneyland have led people to call it the littoral tower terror but they're just being theatrical disneyland it's fun through the grand entrance the lobby maintains its art decostyle from the original 19th 24 designs in fact it seems almost ritzy despite the fact that it's less than a quarter of the price of a room at the ritz.

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"greg poulsen" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"greg poulsen" Discussed on Haunted Places

"Welcome to opted places i'm greg poulsen every episode i take you to the scariest eareas most haunted real places on earth this week join me unas supernatural journey to the seesaw hotel in los angeles or even an infant isn't safe to this day it's haunted if you can't get enough haunted places don't forget to subscribe you can find us on your favorite podcast directory as well as on facebook and instagram at par cast and on twitter par cast network the cease a hotel has played host to a bizarre number of tragedies ask a former guest or an la local or an internet sleuth y and you'll get an equally bizarre number of answers the ghost of one of its earliest murder victims a newborn baby is out to get revenge on women who resembled his mother the satanic spirit of los angeles serial killer the night stalker haunts the hallways in bloodied clothes one thing's for sure this hotel is cursed walking into the sea a hotel doesn't seem so bad you think the looming fourteen floors and its location 40 minutes from disneyland have led people to call it the littoral tower terror but they're just being theatrical disneyland it's fun through the grand entrance the lobby maintains its art decostyle from the original 19th 24 designs in fact it seems almost ritzy despite the fact that it's less than a quarter of the price of a room at the ritz.

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"greg poulsen" Discussed on Cults

Cults

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"greg poulsen" Discussed on Cults

"Due to the graphic nature of this cult's crimes listener discretion is advised this episode includes discussions of murder and assault that some people may find offensive we advise extreme caution for children under 13 hi i'm greg poulsen and i'm vanessa richardson and this is cults today we're going to take a deep dive into heaven's gate one of the most notorious ufo cults that emerged in the 1970s and 80s recruiting hundreds of members to give up their former lives and follow their leaders marshall applewhite and body nettles over the course of two decades vanessa will be commenting on the relevant psychology throughout the episode a please note than us is not a licence psychologist or psychiatrist but she's done a lot of research for the show thanks greg part of our path of may is our hating this world even our fresh body enough to be willing to leave it without any roof other than what we have come no we don't care to being to the life of this body until it naturally we don't care to be aborted by the body that were wearing we care more to abort it in peru to our heavenly father that you already in several videos released by heaven's gate to spread their gospel to the public marshall applewhite aka dough continually relate this idea that once earthly body was merely a vehicle that must be exited to evacuate this earth and ascend to the kingdom level above human.

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