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Cold as Ice
The bodies of 27-year-old Rachel and 9-month-old Lillian Entwistle were found on January 22, 2006 in the master bedroom of their Hopkinton, Massachusetts home where the Entwistles had been living for only ten days. Autopsy results would show that Rachel died of a gunshot wound to the head and baby Lillian died of a gunshot wound to the stomach. Just hours after the deaths of his wife and daughter, Neil Entwistle purchased a one-way ticket to London and boarded a British Airways flight. On January 23rd, Hopkinton Police located Neil at the home of his parents in Nottinghamshire, England. He told a detective that he left his home at around 9:00 AM three days earlier to run an errand, and that his wife and daughter were both alive and well and in the bed in the couple's bed when he left. When he returned at around 11:00 AM, he claimed to have found both had been shot dead. He then covered the bodies of his wife and infant daughter with a blanket and left. He did not call for help. Neil Entwistleâ€™s behavior after his family was killed brought suspicion upon him.Â But what detectives discovered in their subsequent investigation was completely unexpected.Â For a young professional couple living an apparently charmed life, what went on behind closed doors and on the Entwistleâ€™s computer was very disturbing.Â If being a shitty husband makes a man a murderer then Neil would be found guilty of these crimes.Â But was there legitimate evidence proving that Neil was responsible?Â Join us today for Cold as Ice: The Murders of Rachel and Lillian Entwistle. Join Tiegrabber Sabre
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The Boston Marathon Bombing: The Runner
Episode 29- Six years after the Boston Marathon Bombing Christine speaks with someone who experienced it, her father. George shares what that day was like & what Boston Marathon means for the runners who participate every year, including the spirit & sense of community that was not broken despite the actions of two terrorists on April 15, 2013. Â Subscribe, rate, & review Antidotes, Stories in Medicine wherever you listen to podcasts! Â Follow us on social media for updates & join our facebook group for exclusive content Facebook www.facebook.com/antidotespodcast/ Instagram www.instagram.com/antidotespodcast/ Twitter @antidotespod Follow Christine on Twitter @christinethenp Â Have a story of your own you would like read on the podcast or want to be interviewed by Christine? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org Original Music for Antidotes, Stories in Medicine created by Peter Hopkins Check out more of Peteâ€™s music on social media at Â https://www.petesingsthings.com/ www.instagram.com/pete_sings_things/ www.youtube.com/channel/UCiEniWAPraur5nmlGa2JcVw/videos www.facebook.com/pete.sings.things/ Disclaimer: This podcast is not meant to provide medical advice. Always consult with your own health care professional. Names, locations, times & any other potentially identifying information about cases discussed have been changed to protect privacy.
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Silver & Black Pridecast Ep 15: With the 24th pick in the SB Nation blogger mock draft the Raiders select...
At 4th overall we selected defensive tackle Quinnen Williams. Now at 24th overall, with all the top pass rushers gone, we go with filling a major need with the selection of tight end Noah Fant. Levi Damien and Tyler Smith discuss the selection and look at the board to see who makes sense with the Raiders next pick at 27.