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"harry price" Discussed on Enlightened Empaths
"Know one thing i knew. Don't go up the stairs. Yeah that all came out of horror movies fans so but it's like there are things you know That help young women cope through horror movies. No i totally agree with that when we do watch enough dateline to help them with some of my god. That's hilarious. But i read so much of harry price in so much of the The england society for psychical research in. They all say that all of that. Scary stuff happens when there's usually two or more Pre-pubescent girls in the home. And i was just like okay. You're also psychic. I'm so psyches. A old stu. I'm not going to add to it by reading. These spooky things are taking their duty spooky movies. So no i haven't seen conjuring to or the which i i will my young. We'll take them to see book smart. How old are your kids book. Smart as one of my favorite comedies. Okay it's rated r. it's fantastic. I'm i'm also a member of the academy. So i i'm an oscar voter and so i get all the movies in my favorite movie. A couple years ago was book smart and it has been feldstein in it. And it's it's rated r. again saying twice but all your listeners. Watch books is one of the funniest damn movies. And it was so underrated. It's fantastic at. That's my notes out. So great. Suzanne and i have watched it no less than a dozen times because when somebody would come over like book smart when i leave around me. The one that won the oscar last year the parasite parasite yup. I haven't watched it. Because i'm like there's so much to be sad about the real world. I don't want to watch this i did. I did not vote prepare site. I did not vote for now. If i if i'm not mistake. Oh i did. Black clansman was actually my number one. Pick eero it's greta. About blacks clan back. Black clansmen communicate in Was extraordinary literally indicates it extraordinary loved so that was my pick for that year..
"harry price" Discussed on Six Degrees of WTF
"And there's let's say more than one demon i'm not gonna take the time to count great. You know what i mean like. I'm not gonna count and be like. Oh my gosh. there's one two three four five seven. No girl i'm out by. There's a demon two hundred cash exactly. That takes a long. have you ever counted. Two hundred takes a long time. I've had to listen to the children do that all right well. My story today. Adele is not so much demon although it does involve a rectory but it's more about goats has it is october and it is perfect time for some good ghost stories so let me could go story. There is a place called the barley wreck torri. Have you ever heard of it. not. I love it okay. So the burly rectory was on the outskirts of suffolk. in england. it is known as england's most haunted house totally it was built in eighteen. Sixty three by a man named reverend henry d e bowl and his wife and their fourteen children. That's horrifying on its own and the site that it was built on was once held a monastery for benedict benedict time benedictine. How'd you say martin luther team medic teen month. You're asking me. We'll see how to perform some. Y'all we are screwed on this one so it was a it. Housed a bunch of monks back in thirteen. Sixty two and legend has it. And of course you know. It's a legend who knows how true this is but legend has it. That a nun from a different convent fell in love with a monk from the monastery. They decided to elope and got a friend of theirs to drive the or you know to lead the carriage to help them escape but the elders found out they were pissed off. They said oh not going to happen honey. The coachman was beheaded the monk was hanged and the none was bricked up alive in the walls of the vaults beneath the rectory. That's the land that was built on two story already okay so this was built back in eighteen. Sixty three okay so like five hundred years later. The first sighting of paranormal activity was in eighteen. Seventy five when a man named pichon. Jeffrey who was visiting witnessed some stone throwing stones just throwing going coming his way your stones just being thrown from no one from no one just shoot downs moving around and he another person who is from the royal grammar school of the colchester royal grammar school headmaster. There said that he reported seeing a nun on the premises and in fact one night during dinner guests saw the nuns face appear in the window and eventually bricked up the window because freaking people out so much. That would be fun dinner party though. If i knew what to go home save but anyway so henry henry bowl. He died in the blue room of the rectory in eighteen ninety two and he was succeeded by his son. Who of course was also named henry. Luckily the family call him hairy so we can distinguish him from his but he was succeeded by. Harry has son and in one thousand nine hundred. Three of harry's daughters saw a figure on a path in the rear of the rectory and this path actually became known as the nuns walk. People would report seeing a lady in a great cloak and gentleman with a sort of bald head dressed in a long black gown so fast forward to nineteen twenty seven. Harry dies again in the blue room like room right but the hell are you all doing keeping that appear. Directory was empty for several months and a local carpenter. Who would come by and kind of take care of the place. Said he would see the nut and so all of these sightings and but no one's really investigating doing anything about it. Because what are you gonna do. But it was just kind of creepy place so then in nineteen twenty. Eight reverend guy eric smith and his wife moved in and he said he heard whispers and moans and even heard someone say don't carlos don't don't carlos terry nichols carlos was henry bowles nickname. Wait what how he got this nickname. I have absolutely no idea. I don't even know how to respond to that. I know that was his nickname and the smiths also heard the loud ringing of the doorbell. They experienced small pebbles being thrown. They heard footsteps. They noticed keys disappearing and lights being turned on. Sounds like the goes. Even saw a horse drawn carriage at one point coming through the gates. Now this is in nineteen twenty eight. There's really not a whole lot of carriages anymore. At that point they contacted the daily mirror which was a publication in england and ask for help and the newspaper turned over turned to harry price. Harry price was a famous british psychic researcher and he was mainly known for exposing fraudulent mediums spiritual mediums when he first visited this place he witnessed stones and other objects being thrown across rooms. A reporter was with him and said that he saw mysterious light in the window. Anti also saw the none. There would also be bell ringing. That would happen at one point. They saw the appearance of a catholic medallion. So it was. You know price investigated it and was like Okay this is actually really creepy. Well then the smiths moved out and in nineteen thirty. Another family. Reverend lionel foister. His wife marianne and their adopted daughter adelaide moved in and they started keeping very detailed records of what they were experiencing and from october. Nineteen thirty two october. Nineteen thirty five. They recorded at least two thousand poltergeist phenomena that they had experienced two hundred demons. They up to that one girl so during this makes me think of netflix. Show the hunting of hell house. Gotta love that show. Sh- oh my gosh yes. It does yes. It reminds me of that so during the first year. Lionel described many strange things happening. There was of course bell ringing. He there was the appearance of harry. Bowl Who was the son of the original builder. Glass objects appearing out of nowhere being thrown on the floor books appearing and then pebbles being thrown and also an iron being thrown so they attempted an extra schism and in fact after the exorcism marianne. The wife was thrown out of her bed several times. Now that mcmillan exactly so. They contacted harry price again and they were like. I think you need to come back. Cut something's happening. So along with the records that foister capped you know over these these two thousand poltergeists sightings he had the voice tres Daughter adelaide was three and a half years old. She was once locked in a room with no key. Marianne had a bad heart and she seemed to be molested by something and once received a severe blow to the poor thing. My gosh must maroon objects were broken objects disappear some would reappear others. Were gone forever at dinner..
"harry price" Discussed on Ghostly
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"harry price" Discussed on Ghostly
"Yes i am yet ray allen. The ventriloquist actually way to the house and actually performed his craft in the house. In order to bow echoes in sound off to see how things would work as far as throwing his voice. At how changing pitch in audio recordings and that right there in my opinion is the biggest red flag because you're not having skeptics. Come in there. You're having people kind of of a third party and it's so fun when you see a parallel with that with in paranormal investigations. Favorite being like the stories of harry price. And i'll actually. That's part of my debate at the end talking about him but those types of people that are investigating and are able to explain some of the things that happen in the house now. Will i say that she wasn't disaster. Maybe that was because once he gets on camera they did the psychological fact that was his on camera they change they change how they act so maybe when being reported navy being on video this is happening. Maybe there's something chairlift through her. And then she stretched the truth a little bit so in argument i would say that. Maybe something was going on with her. But maybe the pub- publicizing the publications that were looking for when all that is on her she starts. Maybe acting a little bit. Well down that one so I think there's a lot going on here. i guess i'll say A couple of things number one. I don't know I don't know that we know for sure that janet knew about bill as a former resident. I don't think he had been the one that had been the previous owner. For example it didn't sound like So i don't know if she knew that at of time or not but you know certainly could be possible information. She had I think the voice itself when you listen to it on the tape while it doesn't sound like thirteen or eleven year old girl. It also doesn't totally sound quite as real as sometimes these recordings do It does sound more like a human kind of making a growly voice though. I will say When listening to maurice gross talk about it he said you know the way that she talked it was. It's something that it is something. A human voice can do But that if you do it for longer than just a few minutes you know most most people. Would you know you would be able to tell right after that. They had been doing that to their voice and that that didn't happen with her Have you ever heard of death metal. Gather he goes so. I suppose she could have trained herself to be that way so i can. I do struggle with the voice. I i will say that And then the other piece though when it comes to The two percent That they she admits to doing I find her explanations believable Which is there was so much attention on this case. In you know these journalists would show up. I mean over and over again Different ones they would come in and she said they would. Just you know. Be staring at her. And put these microphones on her and watching her and so some you know they're there for hours and nothing happens Jack jack chavez talked about that as the wildlife photographer thing right you know. You're just waiting for something..
"harry price" Discussed on That’s Strange
"After witnessing stones and vases getting tossed around he also heard spirit messages. Tapped out from the frame of a mirror there. Now what does that mean. He heard noises coming from the mirror. What are so. What's what he's saying here is like He would be in a room and he would hear like tapping like Not like morse code but like Like a rhythmic tapping right so he would go to investigate it. And i know. I i was really kind of muted on what i put in here. But he would go to investigate it and basically he he kind of sourced it down to the would around a mere and the frame specifically and he could. He could actually feel the kind of vibe of being tapped any in. That's where all of the tapping sound was coming from. He took that as the spirit trying to communicate or trying to say something in some way to him. But that that's what this is so he was saying that he would hear this tapping on the mir flavors saying okay as soon as price left these extra things ceased and price heads been accused of faking the phenomena in later years by the very group. He was part of which was the society of psychical research. Yeah it's a hit. Is the society for the psychical like cycle. It's a. It's a london gas yet. Maybe so the activity continued to intensify. However and future rectors experience stones being thrown for the first time since harry price visited and even experienced broken windows and even had a daughter locked into her room with no key present. One of the rectors oyster even tried to perform an exorcism to no avail on february twenty seventh nineteen. Thirty nine of fire started from me knocked over oil lamp which damaged the building quite badly leading to it being torn down in nineteen forty four however the none still seen walking the grounds and a monk has been seen and even photographed by ed warren. When hen lorraine visited the grounds in nineteen seventy six eddin lorraine continued to visit the grounds routinely around their anniversary for many years because of the compelling evidence that they had witnessed and collected there even though the rectory has been torn down the bore. Lee church in the grounds are still affected by what exists there. So pretty wild. I i wanted to include this one for a couple reasons. That was the none and i also thought it was kind of cool..
"harry price" Discussed on Ghostly
"Or like any other movie like that Seconds later a photo had been hastily captured. The image was published in country life and dubbed the brown lady. Some people believed it was the figure of lady. Dorothy towns townsend or sometimes. She's called lady dorothy walpole. She was lady dorothy walpole but then she her he died and she got remarried She supposedly haunts the hall because of her mysterious death So okay okay so supposedly. Oh i'm sorry. I have this backwards. She was married to towns it and then she had of the who no-no charlestown and she had an affair with lord wharton whoa this side there are too many names are she. Was lady dorothy walpole. Then she became lady Towns and then she had an affair with lord wharton and then when townsend phone out about that okay. This is where it gets crazy. He locks her up in random all And she stayed there until her death in seventeen. Twenty six. i love how it's called random hall to. Yeah in random hall. Just we're going to lock you up a random all right. So here's why. I picked this one as a potential actual real spirit photo harry price you mentioned earlier. Right of the I wrote psychic research center. But i think you had the right name but it was. He investigated memoir. He investigated hope. Both totally proven to be frauds. Price was of the opinion that this foot photographic evidence was tampered. He said i will say at once. I was impressed. I was told perfectly simple story. Mr indira shira saw the apparition descending the stairs at the precise moment when captain prevalence head was under the black cloth. A shout and the cap was off in the flash ball fired with the results which we see now. I could not shake their story and i had no right to disbelieve them. Only collusion between the two men would account for such for For the ghost if it is a fake the negative is entirely innocent of any faking rice So i'm looking at the photo here. This is the one talking about right. Correct just wanna make sure Okay so this one. What i will say about it. Is that the exposure looks to be a little long but not like not like crazy because you can see that there is a light. I don't know if it's a lamp or if it's coming in from a window on the bottom right.
"harry price" Discussed on Ghostly
"Excellent Excellent book seems like it's got a lot of great information. If you wanna learn more about munger learned the trial and all the things that happened. Yeah there's a lot about mumber we could've maybe done an episode about memoir alone. yeah a lot of images he took Spirit photography started appearing in england in eighteen. Seventy two from Photographer frederick hudson studios. He allegedly gimmick his camera to hold a pre exposed image. That would move into place when he took his photo. I in eighteen ninety one one of the most famous spirit photographs was taken by civil corporate She took a photo of the library. At cumbria mir abbey in cheshire in which appeared the faint outline of a man's head collar and right arm. The figure was believed to be the ghost of lord cumbria mirror Who had recently died and was being buried at the time. The photo was taken. The exposure was one hour it was believed by skeptics that someone possibly a servant had walked into the room and paused causing the ghostly outline. I know you're gonna use this as evidence. We will talk a lot more about this coming up okay One of the most famous Photographers at the turn of the century was william hope in february nineteen twenty two harry price from the the society for psychical research. A magician named seymour eric. J dingwall and william s mariette Showed hope to be a fraud. They devised a plan where they presented hope with glass negatives that secretly been marked with x rays the returned plate containing the spirit had no markings price wrote his findings in the journal of the society of psychical research. Despite this proof prominent spiritualists such as arthur conan doyle claimed the report was part of a conspiracy against hope hope it continued success despite the evidence against him paranormal investigator. Massimo paula. Daro believes that. The case of william hope and his followers demonstrate how difficult it can be to convince true believers even when they're strong evidence of fraud. I know how that feels Paranormal investigator joe. Nickell which we mentioned before yes Makes a distinction between spirit photography and ghost photography and his book the science of ghost searching for spirits of the dead stating that the spirit photography began in studios ineffectually included ghost photographed in santa rooms whereas ghost photographs were taken in place that were considered haunted so nickel states whereas spirit photos were invariably charlton's charlotte's charlatans charlatans inevitably charlton productions ghost photos. Could either be faked or appear inadvertently as by reflection accidentally double exposure or the like so once portable cameras became available to amateurs towards the end of the eighteen eighties. Ghost photos became more frequent in more modern times cameras with built in flashes produced. What some believed to be eco plasma or orbs. Most ghost photos fall. Into one of two categories. They're either hazy. Indistinct shapes that look human orbs that are usually white.
"harry price" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"To win the Stanley Cup final, with Tampa Bay hosting Montreal again before games three and four will shift to Canada, where the home team is expected to get their interim head coach Dominic Ducharme, back from his covid protocol. Meanwhile, goalie Carey Price and the Canadians looking to rebound from that 51 loss in the series opener. That, of course, was much closer than that. It was only 2 to 1 after two periods. Just, uh, sort of perfect, though, for the lightning or now, 27. Oh this entire season when leading after two periods and the contrast in styles between the lightning in Canadians really showed up while also highlighting the importance of Montreal getting off to a better start, including hopefully scoring first. They are better when working with the lead, while Tampa now 13 and two when they've scored the first goal during these playoffs, and we can't stress enough how Montreal simply needs to manage the park much much better than they did in Game one. They were caught running around after a few key turnovers, but absolutely give the lightning credit for capitalizing on those mistakes. Through quick transitions, along with a few fortunate bounces. Tampa was led by Vezina Trophy finalist Andrei Vasilevskiy is 18 saves in goal. The Kitakyushu across two goals and one assist, while Brayden point helped out with three helpers, and the bolts blocked 15 shots compared to just five for the haves But one step that should ease any panic for Canadians fans is that Montreal has lost Game one in five straight cup finals, and they want it all in three of the other four. So It's far from the end of the world. But a split in Tampa would certainly bolster their cause to make this a long series. And Phillip Danault says they've already proven to be a resilient group. Uh, yeah, I mean, we've done in a couple of time. Uh, I don't know When we get back together, The wall seems like we're better and Also the first game. We always kind of looking. So, uh, we want to step up. It won't be better, uh, as a team, and we noticed second is gonna be you trust but the halves of also to figure out vessel SQ is now 13 and six in these playoffs for the Lightning 1 94 goals against 9 36 8% with four shut outs and three of those Came in series Clinchers and Montreal's Josh Anderson says part of the problem is just getting bodies in front of a C. Yeah, um, you know, obviously they got some big defenseman back there, and, um it's not easy to get into the front and yet, but we got to make it hard on them. I'm in some sort of way. But, you know, I thought to, um, turnovers on our parts, You know, just increase their offense and you know they had a lot more confident. When we give them those opportunities, And then there's that Kucherov character who's now total 30 points in back to back postseason, matched only by guys named Gretzky and Lemieux, which impresses even his coach, Jon Cooper, That is it. That's a heavyweight. Two names. There's no doubt about that. What's even more impressive about it is the era. He's doing it in and we talk about it. You know, the high flying eighties and the scoring and everything went on and It's remarkable in today's day and age, when gold scoring and core getting points is at such a premium, and he's been able to do that. Not once. But you know, two in a row, and I think his Points per game in playoffs, period. Even going back to 2015 is is up there with all the other big boys and, uh, it's one thing to do at once, but if you can do it over Multiple playoffs. It says something special about you and your talents and to be able to perform at the biggest moments and, uh, that's I think what separates the good from the great is the guys that can do in the big moments and and he is certainly one of them. And with his two goals and an assist in the opener, I guess Kuchar auvs ribs weren't barbecued quite as badly as it looked in Game six of the semis against the aisles or he's doing a heck of a job protecting himself. From any unnecessary hits, although he did take a slash to the leg by Shea Weber two nights ago, which cost the Montreal captain $5000 fine. Hurt or not, cooch has certainly caught the eye of Hap Center Nick Suzuki. He can do it all offensively. Um, you can make plays, Shoot the puck rail. Well, um and he's a competitive guy. So He really brings it all and had a good game. We really have to do a good job against him, especially if they're trying to line mash against my line there. Yeah, And how about the Lightning third line of Gord Gaudreau and Coleman with a goal to assist in 19 hits, including 11 of them by Blake Coleman. Just a line that was as impactful as any all night long and Johnny Gord said It was even more special doing it in front of over 16. How in the house? Yeah, it was great are building our fans are phenomenal. I think, uh, from the moment we stepped on the ice, and now the last minute where everyone was standing in, Um I think our family were phenomenal. Then give us momentum. Give a swing. Uh, we're flying because of them, And I think, uh, it might makes the game so much more fun having a fence in the building compared to last year in the bubble and one issue tonight for the Lightning. Alex Killorn, who will miss this game after taking a shot to the ankle late in Game one. He's a big part of the second line. And the power play with his presence in front of the Net Lord with eight goals, nine assists, eight power play points and an average ice time of 17.5 minutes in 19 playoff games, So yes, he will be missed. Harry Price certainly gave his team a chance to win stopping 22 shots for Montreal in Game one, but it was far from enough, despite a few classic price is right stops. Just over eight minutes to go in the second speed off the wing for Tyler Johnson, a great save with the right pad By Carey Price, He went back hand and price splashed the right leg..
"harry price" Discussed on WGN Radio
"To win the Stanley Cup final, with Tampa Bay hosting Montreal again before games three and four will shift to Canada, where the home team is expected to get their interim head coach Dominic Ducharme, back from his covid protocol. While goalie Carey Price in the Canadians looking to rebound when that 51 loss in the series opener. That, of course, was much closer than that. It was only 2 to 1 after two periods just Sort of perfect, though, for the lightning, or now, 27 to know this entire season when leading after two periods and the contrast in styles between the lightning in Canadians really showed up while also highlighting the importance of Montreal getting off to a better start, including hopefully scoring first. They are better when working with the lead, while Tampa Now 13 and two when they've scored the first goal during these playoffs, and we can't stress enough how Montreal simply needs to manage the puck much much better than they did in Game one. They were caught running around after a few key turnovers, but absolutely give the lightning credit for capitalizing on those mistakes through quick transitions, along with Few fortunate bounces. Tampa was led by Vezina Trophy finalist Andrei Vasilevskiy is 18 saves in goal. The Kita Ku troughs, two goals and one assist while breaking point, helped out with three helpers. Had the bolts blocked 15 shots compared to just five for the haves. But one step that should ease any panic for Canadians fans is that Montreal has lost Game one. In five straight cup finals, and they want it all in three of the other four. So it's far from the end of the world. But a split in Tampa would certainly bolster their cause to make this a long series. And Phillip Danault says they've already proven to be a resilient group. Yeah, may be done in a couple of time. Uh, I don't know when we go back again. The the wall seems like we're better. Also the first game while we're kind of looking, so, uh, we want to step up. There won't be better as a team and we noticed. Secondly, it's gonna be you trust but the halves of also to figure out vessel SQ is now 13 and six in these playoffs for the Lightning 1 94 goals against 9 36 8% with four shut outs and three of those Came in series Clinchers and Montreal's Josh Anderson says part of the problem is just getting bodies in front of a C. Yeah, um, you know, obviously they got some big defenseman back there, and, um it's not easy to get into the front of that, but we got to make it hard on them. I'm in some sort of way. But, you know, I thought two turnovers on our parts, You know, just increase their offense and you know they had a lot more confidence. When we give them those opportunities, And then there's that Kucherov character who is now total 30 points in back to back postseason, matched only by guys named Gretzky and Lemieux, which impresses even his coach Jon Cooper, That is a It's a heavyweight, two names. There's no doubt about that. What's even more impressive about it as the era he's doing it in and we talk about it. You know, the high flying eighties and the scoring and everything went on and it's remarkable in today's day and age, when gold scoring and hard getting points is at such a premium, and he's been able to do that. Not once. But you know, two in a row, and I think his, you know, points per game in playoffs, period. Even going back to 2015 is up there with all the all the big boys and, uh, It's one thing to do once, but if you can do it over multiple playoffs, it says something special about you and your talents and to be able to perform at the biggest moments and That's I think what separates the good from the great is the guys that can do in the big moments and he is certainly one of them. And with his two goals and an assist in the opener, I guess Coach Ross Ribs weren't barbecued quite as badly as it looked in Game six of the semis against the aisles or he's doing a heck of a job protecting himself from any unnecessary hits. Although he did take a slash to the leg by Shea Weber two nights ago, which cost the Montreal captain $5000 fine. Hurt or not, Cooch has certainly caught the eye of Hap Center Nick Suzuki. He can do it all offensively, you can make plays, shoot the puck real well, um, and he's a competitive guys. So, uh he really brings it all and Good game. We really have to do a good job against him, especially if they're trying to line match against my line there. Yeah, And how about the lightning third line of Gord Gaudreau and Coleman with a goal to assist in 19 hits, including 11 of them by Blake Coleman. Just a lion that was as impactful as any all night long and Johnny Gord said It was even more special doing it in front of over 16. How in the house? Yeah, it was great are building our friends are phenomenal, I think, uh, from the moment We stepped on the ice and, uh, the last minute where everyone was standing in, Um, I think I found were phenomenal. Then give us momentum. Give us swing. Uh, we're flying because of them, And I think, uh, it might makes the game so much more fun having, uh, friends in the building compared to last year in the bubble and what issue tonight for the lightning. Alex Killorn, who will miss this game after taking a shot to the ankle late in Game one. He's a big part of the second line and the power play with his presence in front of the net. The Lord with eight goals, nine assists, eight power play points and an average ice time of 17.5 minutes in 19 playoff games, So yes, he will be missed. Harry Price certainly gave his team a chance to win stopping 22 shots for Montreal in Game one, but it was far from enough, despite a few classic price is right stops. Just over eight.
"harry price" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"This German Come on. You know how how much more do you want? If you can't win a serious this year? With all the stars you have with Matthews and Marner and Neil and ER and I know to various getting hurt was a huge loss in Game one. Every you know, every year they seem to have identified. Okay, Well, we We weren't our defense was a good enough so they've gradually made moves over the years to make their defense. Better care. Goaltending wasn't good number. You can't blame Frederik Andersen for this Jello. Campbell didn't play that badly. We need you no more guys who know how to win in the playoffs. Hey, let's go get Spencer, who actually played well in this seriously, Joe Thornton, or no matter what that's part of the hilarious nous of this, no matter what. Stay address each off season, they still can't get past the same point there been years works. The goaltending there been years. When. What this time, I guess it's Mitch Marner, whose is public enemy number one. You know, he hasn't scored a playoff goal in this last 18 playoff games. It's probably tough. That is tough and he's a great player. He had a fantastic regular season. He's immensely Talented. Matthew's only got one goal in seven games, and he's a phenomenal player. That's what that see. That's the thing right to your point about Toronto. Look, I don't want to win. A lot of it's because of our side of the feeling of the rivalry with the sabers in the main police, but there are teams Troubles and don't wear if they're living at the top of my list of in the top three or four of teams that I never want to see. Win another game or ever win a cup again. Boston Philadelphia The Islanders They're all up there, even Pittsburgh. But there's just something about watching the Leafs lose Jeremy. I really love their team. I really do. I think they're fun to watch. I think they've built a really entertaining club. They have some very, very talented players on that roster, and I think they really do a good job. And then something happens and they can't get over the hump in the playoffs, but to lose to Montreal in a seven game, Syriza's when you had just a golden ticket The third round of the puss. You beat the Canadians and guess what, you play the 14th ranked overall team in the next round of the place. They didn't even get to that. I mean, it's crazy. You know now what they do will be really fascinating to see if they if they sit back and go. We're really good. Let's not overreact to this or if they think they've got to get rid of one of the stars or do something to really Shock the roster, so to speak. Fred Tweets in about that Syriza. That serious reinforces my point on how important goaltending is not for the sabers. For some reason, they for some reason, seemed to ignore the problem that has been consistent since Ryan Miller left. And I mean goaltending in a syriza. Sure you don't want carry prices contract? No, no, no, no, no Cary Price the contract by the way, he's played 71 career postseason games. Yeah or 74 they mentioned last night. It's here. It is his 74th start. That's a lot of playoff games for Cary Price He's played Ah, lot of years, but you do not want Cary Price. You do want him in that series, but unfortunately, having him that series on his current contract means that you have him at a $10.5 million, cap it through 2026. There and he's 33. There's a reason Montreal finished. Would you say 16 18 18th. There's a reason they were 24th last year. Part of it is they paid too much money to a goalie. They built from the net. Montreal's not necessarily good. What you getting or seven games. Syriza and your goalie can steal a series like he did. I mean, they've got some good players, too, and they made some nice moves in free agency. But to fully um but Yeah, she Anderson was Henderson right? The points Never. The goaltending is not important. I mean the sabers. Is that a hot take if you were to see you rather have built a team out with Lena Saul, Market, three million and Cary Price of 10. I don't think it is in a serious you'd say Yes, I'd rather have Cary Price. But Carey Price has When he struggled not only in Over long stretches. He had a save percentage a couple years ago. There was, you know. It's one of the worst contracts in the sport. Harry Price right, You just wouldn't want it, but in a seven game Syriza, right, But today, it feels pretty good. See, that's the thing like Jack Campbell. I know he's you know, he got. I'm sure he feels awful. In fact, I think he said he did after the game. The first goal last night was proof. But you can't. I mean, you don't Hey, didn't play badly in this syriza. I mean, they didn't score. The leaves are one of the best offensive teams in the league, and they didn't score again. The to various injury is one of the problems they had their power play was awful. The line, The Matthews Marner Hyman line. Had two goals in the entire Syriza's. I mean, come on. I mean, they didn't lose every game 6 to 5. They were losing games because they were scoring one goal or two goals because their goaltending was good enough to win, But their offense they didn't score. They couldn't be Cary Price. They couldn't score goals. They couldn't score with the man advantage, and they lose three straight games in the back into the serious Why Scored six goals the last three games. Their offense was almost non existent with a 31 series lead Philip that all the line matched up against Matthews and that line that you know Matthew scores better than anybody in the league and one goal in a seven game series. Probably not enough for him, Um, Price. Meanwhile, just getting the numbers here. His save percentage this year this season was 901. It's not that it's not great at all. In the Syriza's Was 9 32 made some big saves last night. He did good chances, right? Right. And, you know, honestly, I think it's it's nice to see him doing well. I mean, he's he's fun to watch. He's likable and all that. That contract is something that kind of, you know for people that are Montreal fans. Maybe you're maybe for Montreal fans kind of defines the idea of having the big goalie. No, thanks. No way. Yeah, especially at his age. Yeah, That's why so Anyway to the point of, I assume you know, the divisions will be back to normal next season, which means the leaves in the sabers will be back in the same division. And that's why I think What they do in the off season is going to be fascinating again if I were them. I mean, I wouldn't get rid of any of the big The Big Four. So to speak, the various Matthews Martyr and Neil and I guess would be in the Big Four. It's a good hockey team, but then stuff happens. First off, it's tough to win in the playoffs. You can run into Ah, Hot goalie In a short series, you can have a bad matchup. You know, whatever key injury can knock a big player out of your lineup there a lot of things that can happen and I just think if if I were Toronto I would hope they don't overreact and feel like they've got to do some major moves to get one of the stars out of here or something like that. And because I think I'm going to assume we're going to hear that, for whatever reason they're not built for the playoffs. But you know what? They've tried Tried everything right? Okay. A few years ago when they lost it was you've put too much on offense, your one sided hockey team Trade. Which cousin who was out last? That's right, Then they bring in big ocean They bring in TJ Brodie. They do a few things right on. Okay. There better there, Right. Well, they need more toughness. They need more grit. Right? You gotta have toughness and grit to win in the postseason. Bogosian. Wayne Simmons was picked up this year. Okay. Well, you know what If we're being honest, it's a lot of former sabers. If you're hoping to be good to a lot of former 74 batters, Yeah, well, then, and then running Jimmy Vesey. That's true, and they moved 33. But then they said, Okay, well, you know, it's the playoffs. We need guys who've experienced playoff success. They know what it takes to win in the postseason. Here's thought.
"harry price" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"I've known that to happen very yeah i call it. The tory seance was conducted in that house. They called the conjuring house in harris Yeah yeah well. The fact is october. Thirtieth nineteen seventy-three the warren's advise the sand be conducted in house so they could get to the root of the haunting which they thought was demonic and evil. And all that 'cause that's what they were supposed to say and what they felt. That's what they felt was there and tom. The sense was conducted. I think it an ill advise. Say on the the husband roger. It was not as the head of the household he was against it. But the people are already assembled there and there was a priest there so this medium assisting mrs warren's lorraine ward Tried to call for what they thought was the demon spirits bethsheba not based on any kind of history at all well. This was acceptable. She was taken over. Started to speak and some other gibberish language and was thrown. Her body was propelled about nine or ten feet away into the next room. Just get on the floor. Oh my god. Wow ill advised sense. But mrs paren- had been doing a lot of research in the house she was. She believed that the house is haunted by evil entity so she was already very vulnerable there so that was not something. That should have happened. but i just done Dances like an experiment. I think when people sitting around with audio recorders darkened room and they're calling for the spirits to give a message. That's the sound friend of mine down when you call it something else. Yeah i kind of want to roll anti us to forty credits. It's possible i was gonna. I was gonna talk about that. Oh yeah i return. I wanna run the i wanna ruin wrong How a lot cheaper tossing tower gear. Yeah has a different specific meaning to say on to say not you know. Of course you would sit at a table. All hands on deck all Putting the perception that you're trying to talk to somebody was usually one guiding individual tending to ask the question. You know it could be passed along but you would ask for rap right. You'd ask her noises. Ask for something to move asks for. Sign maybe here's something maybe the person that of course the clairvoyant or guy to basically the the Psychic medium whichever Says it out loud so everybody can hear. There is no difference between of course a bunch of people getting roundtable putting equipment and then ask say you can use my energy. Please speak through that device with a red dot on it i. It's in the form the same application action on it just a more modern sense Right people say no. I do get some people and of course. That's it but you're still asking for noises. You're still using trigger objects which can use and seances. So there's so many same of even harry price harry try it You know baby powder use the objects trigger off just in that same for him even though he would say investigation it..