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"janet ted" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

08:16 min | 4 months ago

"janet ted" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"Hi I'm Greg Poulsen. This is serial killers apar- cast original every Monday we dive into the minds and madness of serial killers. This is our second episode on Ted Bundy One of the most notorious serial killers of twentieth century I'm here 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 podcasts to stream serial killers for free on spotify just open the APP and type serial killers in the search bar. At Park. Asked 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 parkhouse network, and if you enjoyed today's episode, the best way to help us to leave a five star review wherever you're listening, it really does help last week. We cover Ted Bundy's background from chaotic childhood to a struggle with identity and rejection as a young man. We also followed his slow metamorphosis into a killer, leaving nearly a dozen murders in his wake in nineteen, seventy four. This week will track Ted as he continues his killing spree mutilating and Nearly, forty young women in cities across America it was a bloody rampage that spurred multiple arrests and trials, leading him to become one of America's most infamous killers. By the summer of Nineteen, seventy four Ted Bundy's transformation into a serial killer was complete for the previous six months, twenty-seven-year-old Ted had terrorized the Pacific northwest, he began in Seattle, targeting female co eds at the University of Washington, but eventually expanded his hunting crowns, Ted abducted and murdered college, aged women on university campuses in alleys and hitchhiking off the interstate, but no matter where his victims were from, they all looked the same police, and the media noted that each victim was white, young attractive, and had long Brunette hair parted down the middle. Across the northwest young women started bleaching their hair blond in a desperate attempt to avoid the same fate with no reliable evidence or witnesses, the Seattle PD was at a loss, watching helplessly as women continued to disappear, but they still had hope a lead would emerge. The killer was growing more brazen abducting multiple women in a single month, sometimes even mere blocks away from the last crime scene. They knew it was only a matter of time before he made a critical mistake. Then finally on July fourteenth nineteen. seventy-four Ted's violent sexual desires got the better of his caution. He abducted both nineteen year old denise, Naslund, and twenty three year old. Janice ought at links park back to back in broad daylight. One of Ted's defining characteristics as a killer was his boldness Ted was a risk taker, and he prided himself in testing his limits. In fact, it's possible that Ted's overwhelming desire to push the envelope obscured the possible ramifications of his actions. Almost as he believed, he was immune like there was no situation, he couldn't slip out of. 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. Many researchers and psychologists have found a link between boldness and psychopathy and according to psychological researcher Shannon J Fernandez in her article entitled prediction of a rise of antisocial personality disorder. This connection may be explained by the brain activity of adolescence risk, taking and teenagers is caused by an undeveloped cognitive control system, the areas of the brain responsible for regulating impulses and making positive long-term decisions, however, though most individuals see a decline in risk taking behavior as these areas of the brain, mature psychopaths continue these tendencies well into adulthood. If risk is consistently met by reward, some adults may develop a kind. kind of fixation on the behavior associated with that risk, and if left unchecked, these tendencies may progress years, and even decades past adolescence, this may lead to what Fernandez describes as desensitization and fearlessness and a need for higher level risk, taking in order to achieve stimulation for Ted this behavior, most likely stemmed from his peeping. Tom Days as a teenager for over a decade. His voyeuristic habit went unchecked. Meaning the only outcome Ted faced was his own sexual gratification, however, once the thrill of peering into women's bedroom windows no longer scratched that each Ted's fixation gradually progressed into something much more violating. It's important to note however that not all risk taking behaviors from adolescence may develop into violence, depending on the objective associated with this risk desensitization may have different outcomes such as drug addiction, but if an individual stimulation is achieved through antisocial behavior, psychopathic tendencies may be born. For months, each murder Ted committed had been met with nothing but reward. He had killed nearly a dozen women, and in return he received sexual release and escape entirely without consequence, but that changed with the murders of Denise Naslund and Janice Odd in July of nineteen seventy four this time his boldness had made him slip up before he abducted Janet Ted had introduced himself to her within earshot of witnesses, and now the authorities were onto him now they had his name. Though police weren't positive. That Ted was the real name of the killer. They had good reason to believe that they were on the right trail. As soon as they released the information to the public, they were flooded with thousands of leads. People across Washington state called with their hunches, and soon by cross-referencing, which of those men also drove a ten VW bug. They narrowed down their suspects from thousands to just one hundred on that list was twenty seven year old Theodore Bundy. A coworker of Ted's as well as one of his former professors submitted his name to the Saddle PD, but when asked by police, if they observed suspicious behavior outside of his similarities to the suspect, neither had an answer, they were mere acquaintances with a hunch, nothing more and on paper Ted was practically a boy scout a well liked young law student with a squeaky clean record, so detectives simply put his name on a list and moved on. There was only one person who could blow the lid off of Ted's facade and she wasn't talking yet. For, almost a year Ted's term girlfriend Elizabeth Clever observed that there was something strange going on with Ted he often disappeared in the middle of the night after they've gone to sleep and once Liz even found a bag of unfamiliar women's clothing in his apartment, but at the time. She didn't think her boyfriend could be a killer. She assumed he was cheating on her. This, devastated Liz so much so that she was.

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"janet ted" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

09:39 min | 9 months ago

"janet ted" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Hi I'm Greg Poulsen. This is serial killers. Apar- cast original every Monday. We dive into the minds and madness of serial killers. This is our second episode on Ted Bundy. One of the most notorious serial killers of the twentieth century. I'm here 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 podcasts to stream. Serial killers for free on spotify. Just open the APP and type serial killers in the search bar at Park asked 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 parkhouse network. And if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us to leave a five star review. Wherever you're listening. It really does help. Last week. We cover Ted Bundy's background from chaotic childhood to a struggle with identity and rejection as a young man we also followed his slow metamorphosis into a killer leaving nearly a dozen murders in his wake in nineteen seventy four. This week will track Ted as he continues his killing spree mutilating and murdering nearly forty young women in cities across America. It was a bloody rampage that spurred multiple arrests and trials leading him to become one of America's most infamous killers by the summer of nineteen. Seventy four Ted Bundy's transformation into a serial killer was complete for the previous six months. Twenty-seven-year-old Ted had terrorized the Pacific northwest. He began in Seattle targeting female co EDS at the University of Washington but eventually expanded his hunting crowns Ted abducted and murdered college aged women on university campuses in alleys and hitchhiking off the interstate but no matter where his victims were from. They all looked the same police and the media noted that each victim was white young attractive and had long. Brunette hair parted down the middle across the northwest. Young women started bleaching their hair blond in a desperate attempt to avoid the same fate with no reliable evidence or witnesses the Seattle PD was at a loss watching helplessly. As women continued to disappear but they still had hope a lead would emerge the killer was growing more brazen abducting multiple women in a single month. Sometimes even mere blocks away from the last crime scene. They knew it was only a matter of time before he made a critical mistake. Then finally on July Fourteenth Nineteen seventy-four. Ted's violent sexual desires got the better of his caution. He abducted both nineteen year. Old Denise Naslund and twenty-three-year-old Janice ought at links park back to back in broad daylight one of Ted's defining characteristics as a killer was his boldness. Ted was a risk taker and he prided himself in testing his limits. In fact it's possible that Ted's overwhelming desire to push the envelope obscured the possible ramifications of his actions. Almost as he believed he was immune like there was no situation he couldn't slip out of. 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. Many researchers and psychologists have found a link between boldness and psychopathy and according to psychological researcher Shannon J Fernandez in her article entitled prediction of a rise of antisocial personality disorder. This connection may be explained by the brain activity of adolescence risk. Taking in teenagers is caused by an undeveloped cognitive control system the areas of the brain responsible for regulating impulses and making positive long-term decisions however though most individuals see a decline in risk taking behavior as these areas of the brain mature. Psychopaths continue these tendencies well into adulthood if risk is consistently met by reward. Some adults may develop a kind of fixation on the behavior associated with that risk. And if left unchecked these tendencies may progress years and even decades past adolescence. This may lead to what Fernandez describes as desensitization and fearlessness and a need for higher level risk taking in order to achieve stimulation for Ted. This behavior most likely stemmed from his peeping Tom. Days as a teenager. For over a decade. His voyeuristic habit went unchecked. Meaning the only outcome. Ted faced was his own sexual gratification. However once the thrill of peering into women's bedroom windows no longer scratched that each. Ted's fixation gradually progressed into something. Much more violating. It's important to note however that not all risk. Taking behaviors from adolescence may develop into violence depending on the objective associated with this risk. Desensitization may have different outcomes such as drug addiction but if an individual stimulation is achieved through antisocial behavior psychopathic tendencies may be born for months. Each murder Ted committed had been met with nothing but reward. He had killed nearly a dozen women and in return he received sexual release and escaped entirely without consequence but that changed with the murders of Denise Naslund and Janice odd in July of Nineteen. Seventy four this time. His boldness had made him slip up before he abducted Janet. Ted had introduced himself to her within earshot of witnesses and now the authorities were onto him now. They had his name though. Police weren't positive that Ted was the real name of the killer. They had good reason to believe that they were on the right trail. As soon as they released the information to the public they were flooded with thousands of leads. People across Washington state called with their hunches and soon by cross-referencing which of those men also drove a ten VW bug. They narrowed down their suspects from thousands to just one hundred on. That list was twenty seven year. Old Theodore Bundy a coworker of Ted's as well as one of his former professors submitted his name to the saddle PD but when asked by police if they observed suspicious behavior outside of his similarities to the suspect neither had an answer. They were mere acquaintances with a hunch. Nothing more and on paper Ted was practically a boy scout. A well liked young law student with a SQUEAKY CLEAN RECORD. So detectives simply put his name on a list and moved on. There was only one person who could blow the lid off of Ted's facade and she wasn't talking yet for almost a year Ted's long term girlfriend. Elizabeth Clever observed that there was something strange going on with Ted. He often disappeared in the middle of the night after. They've gone to sleep and once. Liz even found a bag of unfamiliar women's clothing in his apartment but at the time she didn't think her boyfriend could be a killer. She assumed he was cheating on her. This devastated Liz so much so that she was too absorbed with his possible infidelity to realize the striking connection between her Ted and the one at Lake Sammamish. That was the case at least until he left. Ted had decided to try his hand at law school once again. This time at the University of Utah and so when Ted left Washington near the end of the summer in nineteen seventy four. Liz was left with the space to put it all together. The nighttime disappearances the clothes all of that was deeply troubling for weeks. Friends urged her to call the police at for weeks. She resisted then finally on August. Eighth Nineteen seventy-four. Liz called the SEATTLE PD. But when detectives took down her tip they simply filed it among all the others without further evidence. Matching their killer with Liz's description. Liz's lead was just another call from a jilted girlfriend and they'd had plenty of those Seattle detectives were at a loss with no promising leads. Their trail went cold and suddenly after nearly a year. Women stopped disappearing. Ted Bundy had moved onto another hunting ground. Salt.

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"janet ted" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"janet ted" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Was on vice O G Q they were doing celebrity couples. They ask them questions. And she had to laugh because he asked me she said like ask one couple. They said I'll use three words describe each other. And she looked at me. What would you? What would you do? Be to describe me. And I say without a beat mother fucking crazy. Actually, I think motherfuckers one word. Mother. A craze output a space in between is August. What else do you want to know? That's true. Yeah. I know you see we up stream and right now. Well, we hope I'm running this. I think we are. Yeah. Let me see stream you come up at. Me more. We're going to. You do. Oh. Good to have your here. Let me go ahead and bring up these folks up here. What folks? Let me see are here. Let me see let me see hope Easter is good. So far got bring your up because I was too busy trying to find a note that doesn't exist anymore as me. They will let you wanna find your, sir dollars. Piss me off us ever know watches sinking. Man, make sure that you you shut one on before you sink the other because it'll over h oh shit because it came the Cy would have wants to do over Rachel note. Real quick. It's been all day on his two. That's when you want it. Right. It's not. Not. My grandma. This way. Anyway, we'll do the best. We can. You'll remember don't be winging it today. See we can do what I do with this. I have names of people and characters and things like that. And it's all gone o- gone. So you won't see me miss up a lot of things today. But we'll see what happens here. Let's see. What happens? See we can do. Got a I guess votes up here. Anyway, oh, let me see here. First of all even going further. It was a good thing. I did drop in those wrecks of bring a picture up right here. Gimme second y'all. And I might introduce some people who are actually very important to what we do today. Just give me a second here. They we go and we'd go to move this over hand. And we'll be ready to start the show. Oh, let me see me. See? Okay. All right. We have good. All right. It's gonna be interesting. We'll see how we can make this won't be. Like, I said I'm going off the cuff today got no Evan notes. Cannot help me today. I'll be paid attention. Oh, my own man. Oh, my own foul even video they couldn't get them. The same video plate. Peddler Bill and Georgia, Michael McComb joys. Michael Michael McDonald, it could give him the same video. And they didn't know what to do. They handle budget, right? Right. Just walking. Two different the's. Anyway, let me go ahead and walk in the rest of up in here. And. I'm talking about as I said, the one the only all full Easter spirit today. The Janet Ted eastbound eastbound appear scammed people. Gotcha leagues girl. Yeah. Doing east. What are you saying? What are they? Oh, good to see you today. Happy Easter to you all hope you found all your eggs hoping some of that spirit early today. A hope in that shitty Easter suit that you got. I mean, we talked about that we talked about that a couple of Easters. Yeah. I don't know if they do that anymore. I don't think so. I don't know if this is something that's gone with Tom. That's one reason why I'm glad series is gone. Why? Because you got forced to go to Sears Easter suits portrait's every Sunday every every Easter Sunday, mama. Take me over the Sears are not she take you like the weekend before the Saturday the weekend before and got you the shittiest cheapest suit that they could find. Had you look like Ron burgundy's? True. True. Oh, let me see here..

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"janet ted" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"janet ted" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Lynn, Adkins, KYW NewsRadio. The cold weather can be hard on your car, especially if it's electric it may need to juice up. More often, here's KYW's roscoe's nets. Janet, Ted low with AAA mid Atlantic says in frigid temperatures electric cars can lose their battery power quickly. Aaa just doesn't want. These motorists to be caught off guard by an unexpected drop in driving range when we see the frigid cold temperatures of winter. This is drivers should plan to charge their cars double the amount. As usual when it's cold. The average driving range of the electric vehicle is then decreased by about forty one percent. And that means you're a range of driving will be cut by nearly half. And understand that that could be the best you're going to get on an extremely cold day and to plan accordingly. Adopts Kuznits KYW NewsRadio septa has unveiled a new tool to help it keep the Norristown high speed line running after a heavy snow KYW's. Mike DeNardo reports. It's been a problem on the Norristown high speed line snow deeper than eight inches would force septa to suspend service because the electrified third rail would be blocked by snowdrifts. Now septa is fighting back with a one and a half million dollar maintenance vehicle called the prime mover that has a plough on the front and air compressors that can blow snow away from switches and the third rail septa, a spokeswoman Carla show will Lee says this should reduce the occasions where snow shuts down the line for days at a time. I'm sure appreciate this type of that. We're now. Using because it's gonna keep them moving, and it's going to keep our lines open. When it's not snowing the prime mover can also be used to haul maintenance materials and tow other rail vehicles. Mike.

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"janet ted" Discussed on TV Avalanche

TV Avalanche

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"janet ted" Discussed on TV Avalanche

"It works on many levels the other option is something completely off base which is something like the ted nugent just a combined as many things you can get but let us carry icecool nugent now i think he's got an smells ad i am happy when it's on weather the place because there's a lot of things to talk about especially related season than those a what what are we do that will do stranger things at the end let's get a good place okay let's get to the place all right so uh again because of nbc's thursday night football commitment we will not be getting into margaret place until sometime in early 2018 we laughed off and uh janet ted created her own rebound boyfriend in derek played by the ubiquitous jason rent circus and then she sensible way in part because the generals for made of win jibes and everyone seems if you dare sfeir it's fair janet michael realized that they were friends michael seemed to be sincerely on team crock cockroach at this point everything was going justify and then sean showed up in michel's office looking through michaels journal and told him in classic dodge viper fashion shut the door have a seat where would you like to begin uh let's begin with that good shell oh that's good then we're not burgert yet that i mean that covers everything really get good place remains a very good shelf no i mean that the last few episodes this isn't the same kind of big reveal cliffhanger that we had of at the end of season one in part because this isn't the end of the season this is just a break for football and i will tell you this right now that work for my beloved philadelphia eagles dominating off from the field against every opportunity and carson whence making a plates become the mayor for life of philadelphia i would be so out on the nfl altogether and this would be the last straw that it took the place away from me i tell back every nice thing i've said three about you not only during this podcast during every podcast riot nowhere donuts for may nope.

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