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07:14 min | 10 months ago

"john dillinger" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Shots rang out drawing shrieks from the crowd, purvis glanced back to see a pair of women lying on the ground beneath the by Graphs Marquee, screaming as other movie goers rushed to help them. One of his agents had missed wildly hitting the civilians. Three more gunshots sounded up ahead. Purvis pushed through the Malay until. Until he reached a group of his agents clustered on the sidewalk. The man in the straw hat lay before them in a pool of blood. He went for his gun. One of the agents said matter-of-factly pointing to a pistol on the sidewalk, purvis nodded to bullets had struck the bank robber in the heart, the third had gone through his neck, exiting above his left eye herbs. His agents had shot to kill and they'd succeeded. John Dillinger was dad. Up Next. We'll discuss the manhunt that led to the killing. More than fifty years later, the Manson family two night. Murder Spree still perplexes us. It permeates our culture, our media and our fears. You think you know the story, but you don't. Find out what really happened on the six episode EPIX original. Series Helter Skelter an American myth. This is the most definitive recounting of the Manson family story, and it will challenge everything. Think you know about this bizarre chapter in American history. Watch helter skelter on July twenty six at ten, nine, central, only on epic's get the channel or get the APP. Now back to the story. On July twenty second, nineteen, thirty four John Dillinger was shot dead by special agents outside the by Graph Theater in Chicago the execution came after a year long bank, robbing spree that turned him into a bona fide celebrity and lead FBI Director J Edgar Hoover to name him public enemy number one. My guest hosts ash and Elena will take us through the extensive manhunt hug that culminated in dillinger's deaf thanks Vanessa. When we discuss John, dillinger's facial reconstructive surgery a few weeks ago, we talked about his transformation from petty criminal into a legendary bank robber. When he was twenty, one dillinger was arrested for holding up a grocery store for fifty dollars. He spent nine years in prison and when he finally got out, he had become a hardened professional criminal. Compared to his time behind bars, the crime spree that turned John Dillinger's into an American legend was actually pretty brief. From nineteen, thirty, three to nineteen, thirty four, he robbed over a dozen banks and two police stations. The jobs were done with a gang of criminals pulled from fellow inmates from dillinger's prison stint together. The group stole approximately five hundred thousand dollars or roughly seven million adjusted for inflation. They were heavily armed and used violence, unsparingly, resulting in countless shootouts with police. Their crimes left ten victims dead and seven others wounded. One reason at the dillinger gang was so successful at evading police was they were always on the move immediately after a bank robbery, they would drive across state lines so that they were always out of reach of whichever law enforcement agency was looking for them. At the moment. It was this strategy in particular. That drew the attention of J. Edgar. Hoover. Who at the? The time was the director of the Bureau of Investigations for several years now hoover had been struggling to evolve his little bureau into a powerful crimefighting agency. He took advantage of the media attention around dillinger's bank robberies and campaigned to have those crimes designated as federal offenses, so they would fall under his jurisdiction. Once this was accomplished. He formed a special task force. Force to hunt and catch dillinger, appointing special agent Melvin Purvis as its lead catching this infamous robber was no easy task, though Purvis came close several times on April twenty second, he tracked dillinger's gang to the little bohemia resort lodge in the woods of Wisconsin. The heavily armed agents fanned out around the lodge anticipating yet another shootout with the criminals when a car came. Came tearing out of the parking lot purposes agent shotted for it to stop. It's an and they opened fire pumping the vehicle with bullets. When they opened the door, they found that the people inside were not members of dillinger's gang, but innocent vacationers who hadn't the agents commands over the music they were listening to two passengers had been injured and one was dead. The shooting had also alert. The dillinger gang to the agents presence. They began firing out of the lodges Windows Forcing Purvis than the others to take cover in the woods before they could regroup and respond. dillinger stole a car and escaped into the night. Three months later, agent Melvin. Purvis finally got his man. Thanks in no small part information provided by DILLINGER's friend on a sage, the bank robber had become so famous that spectators lined up outside of the Chicago morgue, where his body was put on display and a few days later, five thousand people turned up for his funeral. All told the manhunt hunt for John Dillinger's cost. The US government and American tax payers two million dollars approximately four times the amount that is. Is Gang stole over the course of their year long crime spree, despite this purposes execution of John Dillinger was regarded as an unmitigated success for J. Edgar, hoover, earning his fledgling FBI a reputation as the nations premier crimefighting organization, Hoover would keep dillinger's Straw hat and pistol as trophies in his office for years to come special agent Melvin Purvis became even more famous as the man who got dillinger. His popularity eventually earned him the jealousy and I R- of his boss. J. Edgar Hoover placed purvis on worse and worse assignments until he resigned from the FBI in nineteen, thirty, five hoover continued to interfere with purposes attempts to find law enforcement jobs for years afterward. In nineteen sixty Melvin purvis died of a self inflicted gunshot wound at his home in South Carolina. His death was initially ruled a suicide, although later investigation suggested that it might have been an accident, and despite her critical role in assisting the John Dillinger task. Force, on a sage fared no better. She was deported to Romania in nineteen, thirty six. She lived there until her death eleven years later at the age of fifty eight..

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"john dillinger" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

03:55 min | 11 months ago

"john dillinger" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"The odds of developing late in life are lower. And consider this, it's estimated that dillinger got away with about five hundred thousand dollars in his career by today's standards. That's nearly ten million dollars and the Associated Press estimates that the FBI spent the equivalent of almost thirty nine million dollars trying to catch him. If they shot the wrong guy and let dillinger go again, it would be humiliating. Enough to consider covering it up. which leads us to the most damning evidence of all the man the FBI killed had brown eyes. DILLINGER's is word distinctively blue, though some called them gray, but it was Jimmy Lawrence and not dillinger. Wouldn't someone have reported Jimmy Missing? Maybe, but if polly Hamilton was dating the real Jimmy Lawrence he might not have had a family to report a missing. As, he said he moved to Chicago to escape his ex wife, who is after him for alimony money, which means he didn't want to be found. Perhaps Lawrence's family already assumed he was missing and had disappeared intentionally. And when the dillinger family was brought in to identify his body, officials prepared them by saying he had undergone plastic surgery. They claim that he would be unrecognizable. which would be a convenient narrative for someone trying to cover up the bodies true identity? Ultimately. There are too many details that don't add up. Why was the corpse missing dillinger's scars? Why were his is a different color? while. We can't say for certain whether the man killed was Jimmy. Lawrence evidence seems to point that the FBI did cover up something for these reasons I give this theory a seven of ten. I agree it's certainly possible that the FBI. Got The wrong person. Also believed that it wasn't an accident. The John Dillinger planned the entire thing with the help of East Chicago PD. Officer Martin Zarkovic, so that dillinger would escape the clutches of the law once and for all. Which is our third conspiracy theory? According to the dillinger dossier by Jay. Robert Nash Anna Sage Martinson Kovic, a member of the Chicago PD and John Dillinger were longtime. which was why as we mentioned? Some believes are Kovic. Helped dillinger's breakout of crown. Point prison. Some suggests are Kovic received a large sum of money from dillinger as a thank you. According to Theorists Zarkovic new. dillinger needed a place to stay after recovering from plastic surgery, so he asked Anna sage keep him as a guest in her apartment. As we mentioned Anna was facing deportation and saw way to use dillinger. If she could make a deal with the FBI. Perhaps she could secure her citizenship. So seizing the Opportunity Anna and Zarkovic concocted a plan to fake dillinger's death, and then help him flee the country in a letter received by his father, in June of that year, dillinger said. I will be leaving soon and you will not need to worry anymore. It's possible that Anna. Zarkovic and dillinger knowingly put Jimmy Lawrence endanger. They paid him a healthy some money to dress up like public enemy number one, but never told him why. then. They informed the FBI in stage their.

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"john dillinger" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

03:41 min | 11 months ago

"john dillinger" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Wasn't John Dillinger. Up next the possibility that charm dillinger fate his own death now back to the story. The official story? Is that John? Dillinger was shot and killed by the authorities outside the biographic theater on July, twenty, second, nineteen, thirty four. But maybe it wasn't him. Maybe! It was exactly who the dead man had claimed to be Jimmy Lawrence. But if that was the case, an autopsy brought to light. Except the official autopsy report mysteriously went missing from both the morgue, and the FBI archives at copy wasn't found until the nineteen eighties in the medical examiner's Office crinkled, yellowing and stuffed in a brown paper bag. It stated that the man murdered was thirty two years old at the time of his death. Dillinger had just turned thirty one. The body of the deceased measured five foot seven and weighed one hundred and sixty pounds. Just months before his alleged death wanted posters recorded dillinger at five seven in an eighth in one hundred fifty three pounds. Those are minor discrepancies, nothing that could be explained by human error or dillinger gaining a few pounds. But autopsy reports are meant to be meticulous. An eighth of an inch does matter when identifying public enemy number one. And there weren't just minor discrepancies. Some note that the report left out some information about dillinger's famous scars, one on his left hand in one on his upper lip, both which were listed on the FBI's official identification order. However in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty five, the fingerprints of the corpse were identified as dillinger's fingerprints. He doesn't get any more conclusive than that. Allegedly the man who confirm them was deputy Ernest blunk. As we mentioned, he might have been helping dillinger the whole time. During an autopsy, the corpses fingerprints are officially recorded on government documents and then compared to medical records. DILLINGER wouldn't be able to stage that. He would if he had friends in law enforcement, who could help him Ford those documents like Martin's or Kovic or some of his supposed connections in the Chicago PD. The fingerprint identification of the corpse was taken on a Chicago Police Department card. Technically the prince should have been recorded by the FBI. The Card is dated July twenty, second, nineteen, thirty four, but some claim that the autopsy wasn't completed until the following evening, and there was one other discrepancy, the autopsy states the man murdered had a romantic heart, condition and arteriosclerosis, I condition that hardens the walls of the arteries. dillinger wouldn't have been allowed to join the navy. If the heart condition was reality, much less have the stamina to play baseball. A romantic heart condition usually develops after a rheumatic fever and dramatic fever is most common between the ages of five to fifteen. It is possible for Dylan to develop a condition later in life it..

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"john dillinger" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

03:41 min | 11 months ago

"john dillinger" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Wasn't John Dillinger. Up next the possibility that charm dillinger fate his own death now back to the story. The official story? Is that John? Dillinger was shot and killed by the authorities outside the biographic theater on July, twenty, second, nineteen, thirty four. But maybe it wasn't him. Maybe! It was exactly who the dead man had claimed to be Jimmy Lawrence. But if that was the case, an autopsy brought to light. Except the official autopsy report mysteriously went missing from both the morgue, and the FBI archives at copy wasn't found until the nineteen eighties in the medical examiner's Office crinkled, yellowing and stuffed in a brown paper bag. It stated that the man murdered was thirty two years old at the time of his death. Dillinger had just turned thirty one. The body of the deceased measured five foot seven and weighed one hundred and sixty pounds. Just months before his alleged death wanted posters recorded dillinger at five seven in an eighth in one hundred fifty three pounds. Those are minor discrepancies, nothing that could be explained by human error or dillinger gaining a few pounds. But autopsy reports are meant to be meticulous. An eighth of an inch does matter when identifying public enemy number one. And there weren't just minor discrepancies. Some note that the report left out some information about dillinger's famous scars, one on his left hand in one on his upper lip, both which were listed on the FBI's official identification order. However in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty five, the fingerprints of the corpse were identified as dillinger's fingerprints. He doesn't get any more conclusive than that. Allegedly the man who confirm them was deputy Ernest blunk. As we mentioned, he might have been helping dillinger the whole time. During an autopsy, the corpses fingerprints are officially recorded on government documents and then compared to medical records. DILLINGER wouldn't be able to stage that. He would if he had friends in law enforcement, who could help him Ford those documents like Martin's or Kovic or some of his supposed connections in the Chicago PD. The fingerprint identification of the corpse was taken on a Chicago Police Department card. Technically the prince should have been recorded by the FBI. The Card is dated July twenty, second, nineteen, thirty four, but some claim that the autopsy wasn't completed until the following evening, and there was one other discrepancy, the autopsy states the man murdered had a romantic heart, condition and arteriosclerosis, I condition that hardens the walls of the arteries. dillinger wouldn't have been allowed to join the navy. If the heart condition was reality, much less have the stamina to play baseball. A romantic heart condition usually develops after a rheumatic fever and dramatic fever is most common between the ages of five to fifteen. It is possible for Dylan to develop a condition later in life it..

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"john dillinger" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

02:22 min | 11 months ago

"john dillinger" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Now back to the story. There's a possibility that outlawed John Dillinger didn't conduct his infamous Crown Point prison escape alone. In fact, we think it's likely that he had help from his lawyer. Louis Paquet if not from several employees of the jail. But dillinger's story didn't end. After his escape. It's possible that he may have received additional help later in life this time from the very men who are hell bent on catching him, which brings us to conspiracy theory number two. That the FBI accidentally murdered a man named. Jimmy Lawrence small time, petty thief and covered it up to avoid. It might sound outrageous, but believe it or not. There was plenty of precedent for cases of mistaken identity. To police. It seemed like there were John Dillinger's look-alikes everywhere. They went. On May Eighth Nineteen thirty four Ralph all Zeman was escorted into Minnesota police, station. He had done nothing wrong. He was a quiet unassuming man, but he just so happen to share an uncanny resemblance to John Dillinger. Even had the same moles and scars. All Zeman told the police that they had the wrong guy, but the police didn't believe him until they took his fingerprints. And it wasn't the first or last time something like that had happened. By some estimations on nearly twenty different occasions, all Zeman was stopped by police in various states because of his resemblance to Dylan Jer. Then on June nineteenth, nineteen, thirty, four Chicago Native Fred. Weber stepped outside after seeing show at the theatre. Waiting for him, where six heavily armed squadrons of police officers with tear-gas. The police were so certain that they caught John Dillinger that they threaten to blow Weber's brains out if he made one wrong move. G, Klay Baker stepped off a plane to a similar experience, a face full of guns. Which is all to say? The police had a history of getting the wrong guy. In dillinger was good at hiding in.

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"john dillinger" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

02:22 min | 11 months ago

"john dillinger" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Now back to the story. There's a possibility that outlawed John Dillinger didn't conduct his infamous Crown Point prison escape alone. In fact, we think it's likely that he had help from his lawyer. Louis Paquet if not from several employees of the jail. But dillinger's story didn't end. After his escape. It's possible that he may have received additional help later in life this time from the very men who are hell bent on catching him, which brings us to conspiracy theory number two. That the FBI accidentally murdered a man named. Jimmy Lawrence small time, petty thief and covered it up to avoid. It might sound outrageous, but believe it or not. There was plenty of precedent for cases of mistaken identity. To police. It seemed like there were John Dillinger's look-alikes everywhere. They went. On May Eighth Nineteen thirty four Ralph all Zeman was escorted into Minnesota police, station. He had done nothing wrong. He was a quiet unassuming man, but he just so happen to share an uncanny resemblance to John Dillinger. Even had the same moles and scars. All Zeman told the police that they had the wrong guy, but the police didn't believe him until they took his fingerprints. And it wasn't the first or last time something like that had happened. By some estimations on nearly twenty different occasions, all Zeman was stopped by police in various states because of his resemblance to Dylan Jer. Then on June nineteenth, nineteen, thirty, four Chicago Native Fred. Weber stepped outside after seeing show at the theatre. Waiting for him, where six heavily armed squadrons of police officers with tear-gas. The police were so certain that they caught John Dillinger that they threaten to blow Weber's brains out if he made one wrong move. G, Klay Baker stepped off a plane to a similar experience, a face full of guns. Which is all to say? The police had a history of getting the wrong guy. In dillinger was good at hiding in.

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"john dillinger" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

02:00 min | 11 months ago

"john dillinger" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Jails floor plan. Maybe. There are unconfirmed accounts of him assisting other inmates. As for what happened that day, there's no hard evidence to warrant any serious suspicion. Records of the day are vague. So vague. There are those who believe details were withheld to cover up the involvement of the Chicago mob in Indiana. Namely Martin Zarkovic, a police officer, some believed to be a double agent for the mob, but we'll get Zarkovic later. This isn't the only theory involving him. Let's consider for a moment. That dillinger did have a spider web of informants. Wouldn't helping a renowned bank robber result in some bragging rights. It's hard to believe that everyone would keep quiet about working with the celebrity criminal like John Dillinger, perhaps, but even the courts were suspicious of most of these men and affidavit was later filed charging Sam Cahoon in Ernest blunk with assisting dillinger in his escape, and they were both indicted in relation to the incident. Yes but blunk was tried and acquitted in cahoots, charges were dropped before ever going to trial true, but in nineteen thirty five, but cat was charged with harboring dillinger while he underwent plastic surgery, he was acquitted on those charges, but the cat would be sentenced to two years in prison and given a ten thousand dollar fine later that year after being convicted of harboring dillinger's associate homer van meter, even though no one serve time for helping dillinger with his escape. It's not a question that he had help of some kind. Which is why I give this theory and eight out of ten with one being the least likely and ten being the most. Criminals don't act alone and in dillinger's case, it's possible. Some of his accomplices may.

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"john dillinger" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

02:00 min | 11 months ago

"john dillinger" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Jails floor plan. Maybe. There are unconfirmed accounts of him assisting other inmates. As for what happened that day, there's no hard evidence to warrant any serious suspicion. Records of the day are vague. So vague. There are those who believe details were withheld to cover up the involvement of the Chicago mob in Indiana. Namely Martin Zarkovic, a police officer, some believed to be a double agent for the mob, but we'll get Zarkovic later. This isn't the only theory involving him. Let's consider for a moment. That dillinger did have a spider web of informants. Wouldn't helping a renowned bank robber result in some bragging rights. It's hard to believe that everyone would keep quiet about working with the celebrity criminal like John Dillinger, perhaps, but even the courts were suspicious of most of these men and affidavit was later filed charging Sam Cahoon in Ernest blunk with assisting dillinger in his escape, and they were both indicted in relation to the incident. Yes but blunk was tried and acquitted in cahoots, charges were dropped before ever going to trial true, but in nineteen thirty five, but cat was charged with harboring dillinger while he underwent plastic surgery, he was acquitted on those charges, but the cat would be sentenced to two years in prison and given a ten thousand dollar fine later that year after being convicted of harboring dillinger's associate homer van meter, even though no one serve time for helping dillinger with his escape. It's not a question that he had help of some kind. Which is why I give this theory and eight out of ten with one being the least likely and ten being the most. Criminals don't act alone and in dillinger's case, it's possible. Some of his accomplices may.

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"john dillinger" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

02:04 min | 11 months ago

"john dillinger" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Three John Dillinger's stage the murder of an innocent man so he could run free. We have all that and more coming up. Stay with us. You know his name, but not his past. HBO's Next Must Watch Series Perry Mason starring Emmy. Winner Matthew Reese. Airs Sundays at nine PM, and you can also stream it on HBO, Max! Indiana's crown point. Jail was supposed to be an inescapable stonewalled fortress. So when John Dillinger made his escape in March of nineteen, thirty, four many wondered if he'd been helped, and it was that curiosity that inspired our first theory that dillinger had a ring of informants including police officers that abetted his crimes. Among the many names of those that have been implicated are his attorney. Louis paquet crown. Point Jails Handyman Sam Cahoon? The jails Chef Jim Dexter and fingerprint expert. Ernest blunk. Officially, none of these men were conspirators. According to history in January of Nineteen thirty four police arrested John Dillinger's for the murder of officer William o'malley. He was then held in Crown Point jail to await trial. At the time dillinger didn't have an attorney, but he just so happened to be contacted out of the blue by the most qualified man for the job defense attorney Louis Pikit. Before his case went to trial. dillinger escaped prison using only a wooden gun blackened with shoe Polish that he made himself. In order to get out, he used the fake firearm to take two employees hostage. One of whom was the jails Deputy Sheriff Ernest.

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"john dillinger" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

02:27 min | 11 months ago

"john dillinger" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Killed in the crossfire. The FBI needed to catch them. In the summer of nineteen, thirty four dillinger and his newest girlfriend, polly Hamilton moved to an apartment in Chicago there they were friends with a Romanian immigrant named on a sage. Cher recognized dillinger and saw an opportunity. Sage was about to be deported and thought she could use dillinger as leverage to stay in the United States. Called a friend who was a detective at the Chicago. Police Department and told him that she had valuable information. Before long, she was put in touch with Melvin Purvis. Sage impervious met on July. Nineteenth nineteen thirty four. The FBI agent told her that he'd do his best at helping her stay in Chicago, but he couldn't promise anything. That was enough for sage. She told him everything that she knew about John Dillinger. Most critically. However, she told us that she occasionally went to the movies with dillinger and his girlfriend and she'd let him know the next time. It happened three days later on July twenty second purvis got a phone call. It was sage. They'd be going to either the Marlboro Theater or the biographic theater that night. She wasn't certain which one, but she would wear a bright orange dress, so that law enforcement could identify her. PURVIS arranged for two groups of men to stake out the theaters purvis himself waited across the street from the by a graph theater. He chose correctly. Dillinger came strolling towards the movie theater alongside on a sage, wearing a bright orange dress. purvis little cigar. It was the signal to move in. When Dylan's your realized what was happening? He pushed his way in front of the two women. Agents were approaching from behind demanding his surrender. He reached for his gun and was possibly trying to flee down an alleyway. But. It was too late. He was surrounded. Dillinger was killed by three bullets fired by the authorities. At long last, they can't had caught the mouse. Public enemy number one was.

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"john dillinger" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

02:21 min | 11 months ago

"john dillinger" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Federal Bureau of Investigation was formed in nineteen. Eight as an investigative arm of the federal, government. Now in the nineteen thirties, the FBI was starting to launch a war on. Crime. But. The fact that so many criminals were evading capture was beginning to humiliate the bureau. The reputation was hinging on capturing notorious men like baby face Nelson in John Dillinger. Two men who would soon become their primary targets. These targets never stopped moving on January Fifteenth Nineteen, thirty four dillinger allegedly executed one of the most controversial hold-ups in his career. The infamous East Chicago, Bank robbery has the afternoon, peaked dillinger and his teammate, John Red Hamilton reportedly got out of a Ford Tudor Sedan and approach the bank. While the exact sequence of events isn't entirely clear. Witness testimony claimed the dillinger carried a black valise as he entered the lobby. He calmly placed the bag on the ground and pulled out a machine gun as horrified customers watched. Hamilton let the women and children escaped to the street as diligent announced. This is a stick up up with your hands, everybody. But while the male hostages inside, were lined up and told not to move. The bank's vice president was at his desk. He was able to send a silent alarm to the East Chicago police headquarters. A few officers arrived at the scene, but they didn't see the getaway vehicle watching them from the other side of the street, and when they entered, they found themselves staring down the barrel of John Dillinger's machine-gun. Dillinger took one of the cops and the bank's vice president hostage. He used them as human shields as he exited the bank with the stolen money in hand. But one of the other officers who is still free William Patrick o'malley fired shots at the robbers. and. When dillinger's shot back, he hit o'malley and killed him. For.

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"john dillinger" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

01:46 min | 11 months ago

"john dillinger" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Was. Sit Back and wait. As he waited for news of an escape, dillinger decided to visit his new girlfriend. Mary Long Nacre in Ohio. But his sudden fame wasn't without side effects a day, or so after his arrival to detectives burst into Mary's apartment, someone had recognized his face. They took dillinger into custody and arrested him for an Ohio robbery that happened a few weeks prior meanwhile one st over Walter Dietrich found the two hundred pound crate marked with an x that a ride for the Indiana state prison shirt shop inside were a stash of guns hidden under a shipment thread. He passed the news onto the other members of their crew. The plan was for the men to wait two more days before they executed their escape on September twenty, sixth, nineteen, thirty, three. It was set into motion. At gunpoint. They forced the superintendent of the shirt shop as well as the prisons assistant warden to lead them out of the building to the front gates from there, they briefly took a local sheriff hostage stole a couple of cars and drove away. On October, Twelfth Nineteen thirty three about two weeks after their escape, they strolled into the Lima. Jail, they heard dillinger was being kept there when they arrived. The only person on duty was the sheriff when he asked to see the men's credentials Harry Pierpont took out his gun pointed right at the sheriff and fired. The sheriff slumped to the ground soon to be dead at the hands of the dillinger gang. And finally..

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"john dillinger" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

02:45 min | 11 months ago

"john dillinger" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"But the world he laughed when he went to prison. In Nineteen, twenty, four had changed, he had missed the collapse of the New York Stock Exchange in nineteen, twenty, nine, and the Great Depression that ensued. Twelve million Americans were now unemployed and crime was on the rise. Most, importantly, however Americans had lost faith in banks. Their savings had disappeared seemingly overnight in the crash. And those few banks that open were foreclosing on people's homes and businesses. In short banks were being vilified as the enemy, and perhaps justifiably so for dillinger. This new cultural paradigm created an almost unfathomable opportunity. Fame! Anarchists, who raged against the establishment where now Robin Hood Figures Champions of individualism and warriors of economic turmoil. They were the country's most admired celebrities, which was why famous bank robbers like George, Machine Gun Kelly Charles. Pretty Boy Floyd Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were plastered on the front page of newspapers. They were heroes which may dillinger's plans for continuing his life of crime almost too easy. Now, thirty dillinger returned to Mooresville Indiana. He began by robbing supermarkets, stores and small banks with a small number of Pierpont men. He was unmasked, but still went undetected. His face hidden in the shadow of his brimmed had. Newspapers gave him the nickname Jackie rabbit, because he would leave onto countertops before pointing a gun at whoever was in charge in calmly sang. This is a stick up and dillinger loved the attention. But, he had to maintain practicality after each robbery, he set aside funds to purchase weapons, information and assistance. Anything that would help him. Break his friends out of jail. Over the course of just a few months, dillinger turned a profit of nearly fifty thousand dollars worth just shy of one million dollars today enough to start enacting his plans, and in September, nineteen thirty three dillinger's smuggled weapons into the Indiana state prison in boxes, meant for the prison shirt shop. He hid the guns in spools of thread and mark the box with a giant red axe to let his friends know who it was from. Dillinger was known for his subtlety. Now all he had to do.

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Judge dismisses lawsuit in John Dillinger exhumation case

Mark Levin

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Judge dismisses lawsuit in John Dillinger exhumation case

"News nineteen thirties gangster John Dillinger will remain buried for now in Indiana judge dismisses a lawsuit brought by the nephew of notorious gangster John Dillinger over efforts to dig up the Dillinger's remains to prove as some family members suspect that he wasn't killed by federal agents outside the theater here in Chicago in nineteen thirty four the US not buried in crown hill cemetery in Indianapolis the cemetery denied the dig saying it had a duty to the families of service to insure the safety and integrity of the

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"john dillinger" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

10:26 min | 1 year ago

"john dillinger" Discussed on Ghostly

"But what i would say is that there are a lot of life size. <hes> cut out things things of dillinger and stuff there. You know it's a museum you wanna see what he looked like. How was how this and that and i'm thinking maybe there's a there is a lot of windows they're opening up to the place so maybe light reflected from one of it on one of those life-sized cutouts and and it made it look like it was moving in front of the camera. Will that's another thing too. It's not like it was a let's say a cardboard cutout like they have the bryner niner lacquer cutouts life-size image and it just kind of moved. No it almost looks as if the arm is going from up to down like i like walking talking motion. I did not notice. I think it's i think it's pretty legit okay now. I said eight or nine for this one. What would you say mostly nine okay. I'm gonna say one wow. We got him up one. Yeah i've been there. I've been to this place. I know how sterile of environment it is <music>. I did not feel anything inside there. <hes> and i know how bright the walls are which can lead to this reflection of the alight so this seems like it would show up more often than that's mild emmy does and maybe this is a publicity thing there you go maybe money you know it's all real all right so i think that's it right yes unless mando. Do you have anything to add even else. Buki stories talk about with that are right so we are going to move on to our closing arguments. We're we didn't do it last episode because we ran out of time now gets his mother gets to do closing argument outside. I don't think he should because he's going to say exactly what you said because he is buying into everything that you said one hundred percent. She's convincing all right so i'm gonna put exactly one minute on the clock just just to let you know how convincing she is. She had me convinced that the people that way at the beginning of this episode in early story that the people that were there saw blue. You missed right. That's it you gotta. You gotta question everything he did and i did. I tell the truth issues convincing you <music> convincing all right so i'm going to start the clock at one minute rebecca. You have one minute to say whatever you want about out this john dillinger story that we are talking about to convince people to side your way okay. I should take team skeptic now. Hashtag hashtags believer okay well. You should argue for me because you're convincing so all right. Let's go one minute. Are you ready go john john dillinger's spirit haunts this earth there are sightings in multiple places and so some of you might think that that's not possible bowl that he can be a multiple places <hes> and if that's the case then i would argue that the bio graph is the primary place where his spirit is. That's where he died. That is the most sightings are are however i also. I actually believe that this energy the spirit can travel <hes> especially with items that can attach itself to to an item of clothing <hes> to something that was personal like a gun or something like that to a person so <hes>. Do you think it's possible that there are other places <hes> that people will see his energy. <hes> he definitely was angry. He had he wanted revenge. He had a plan he was is going out there and committing crimes <hes> and you know he was upset that he got caught last time all right you're done. Are we going to mondo go next monday ready. No this'll convince you convincing. She is is that was everything. I was gonna say so then just repeat it that you have one minute audio yeah yeah. We'll see if we catch any background noise in the audio. It probably would 'cause. It's really good technology all right mondo one minute on the clock okay here. We go. Let me know when you're ready. I'm ready and go go. Well said she pretty much described it. I mean what i was thinking. He was angry. He was very angry person obviously and <hes> <hes> it's like he was spread out across anywhere that he's been and if you hear like most ghost hunters will say something like that that anger that somebody could have. Could you know leave impressions on places and i think that's what it is. I think that's why it is possible for him to haunt multiple people places and i don't normally say that <hes> and but i could i could easily see him being in different locations even though yes he. He was killed here but he was imprisoned there. He was imprisoned in other places. So that's why i say pretty much agreed with everything. She said all right you done. I'm okay. He doesn't meet a whole minute some time me yes. I'm right. I'm timing you don't worry about that. Yes magara sara hashtag team skeptic yeah you ready. Yes okay and go fake news. It's all fake news news. That's all that it ever has been john. Dillinger was one of the most famous criminals of all times especially in the midwest west. We are obsessed with him just as much as i am obsessed with him. I want you to do me a favor before you cast your vote. I want you to google any star that is passed away like heath ledger when she to google and then after his name. I want you to ghost see. I'm gonna go stories. You come up up with c._n._n. He goes towards you. Come up with any famous person's name with ghost after it. Every single famous person has a ghost story. This is just one of this is this is just that people can't let go of this idea and they're obsessed with him just as much as i'm obsessed with them. I i believe that you need to think about the possibility that it's all fake you wet chest over but i'll let it. I don't think i went over. Did i go over that last word that you said it was in the middle and say all right so takeaway takeaway fake so you didn't hear fake. We just heard it's all that's it yeah. Let's left that might actually help me the one episode. I didn't in debate hashtag team skeptic won by a landslide yeah all right so we made it. That is our show sorry. It's a little bit longer than a typical show. I want to thank everyone for listening. I remember that we will be at elgin. Fringe fast and saturday september fourteenth at six pm at the blue box cafe woohoo elgin illinois earlier in illinois and should we say who do you mentioned bob after dark. Shall we say who else is going to be there. Say yeah my brother. Who's your brother. My brother michael river is going to be there. He's the one that plays are amazing amazing theme song <hes> intro song and i'll <music> outra and are sung before the marshalls and everything and he's gonna come and play some of that stuff of live for us. Yeah i've been in person person s live skype it or something but no he's coming. All the way from appleton wisconsin to play in this is amazing yeah he's driving three and a half four hours each way to play and his address it go ahead. Oh i was just gonna say. I do think you guys have like the coolest intro to an ad. It's it's the as soon as i hit play on the podcast. When i'm listening thing it's like warming up to the twilight zone or ready for something exciting just so good <hes> thank you. Someone else said that last night you so exciting at this point point. We're going to play mando's thirty seconds of a song. What's a song called nothing. It's called nothing yeah. That's a beautiful title snack called fake. It's called nothing so here you go uh-huh <music> and we are back that is awesome awesome really good mondo <unk>. I loved it. I loved it. Thank you yeah <hes> also is their place. People can get. This is not yet but i'm i'm working actually that that is my other band that i'm work. I i have projects going. One is like electric music that basically i right and i wanted sound like every cool eighties film or you know <hes>. Let's say horror film from the eighties. Project is like stuff that you would right here on the radio awesome. Did you have a delivery song for us. No i don't are good. That's probably what people want because they don't want another song stuck in their head. Yeah and actually i i. I want to apologize to anybody what did have waverly hills stuck in their head. That's not where were it could say deal insurer. He robbed some banks. He was taken away and then he escaped nice. That's going to be a hit one there. I think all right also if you're looking for another way to listen to closely mostly.

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"john dillinger" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

11:36 min | 1 year ago

"john dillinger" Discussed on Ghostly

"Straight lines the worst corn all right as you guys round the corner you can hear a ruckus coming from the back of the farmhouse just like intimate guy in front of them. Are they dead off. Whatever these creatures are are. Are these like the subscribe button. Okay all right rebecca. You ready to start this debate. I'm ready to start the ghost stories like the real stories. Let's continue this history with the real. Go story the with the non history ready. I'm ready all right so we've got three different locations that we're going to focus on this episode. There are many there you mentioned tucson arizona earlier. They have some stuff ben. Davis laughing goes well. We're going to get there her. I think so or well yeah no. I guess not south man but yes so there's always there's lots of places but we're going to the big three the big three so the most famous place in chicago that people claim to see dillinger's ghost is the bygrave theater where he was captured and felt that would make sense. I guess you know absolutely louis. Was i mean you mentioned how big fifteen thousand people went to see the body. Obviously this is a story that has lived on through many years <hes> so i thought before we dive into the what people see as i just wanted to talk about <hes> my own personal history that we might have with the biographic so i went to school <hes> right by there for college and i was over in that area all the time at least several times a week but it's funny until i did this research. I didn't realize where the allie was so. The alley is on the same side of the street is the theater down over one building. It's right by what used to be called. Fiesta has to mexican which was now that they're closed. I feel comfortable saying this a place. That would serve you even if you didn't have an ide- so it was a very popular place for people in college to go eat. Did you drink there before you were twenty one. No no of course not just to set. I knew some people that did that. You've ever rumor. I heard a rumor i heard anyways but there was also an alley across the street but it was huge that was more like a regular alley like the people you could drive a car down normal alec and you would use that as a shortcut all the time and we would joke we call it the dark and scary alley because it wasn't talkin scary at all and i used to always think that's where dillinger was shot and then i in fact i wasn't the only one that was the rumor that we told ourselves. You know. It's all each. They're like oh yeah. We walked down the same alley. We're diligent was shot. I never saw anything though or felt anything or anything like that so i was so that was kind of weird. Now i find out no i don't i know why because that wasn't the alley daily across the street but anyways i've been in the theater itself for movies <hes> i saw something scary there now of course i'm blanking on what it was but i <hes> we also saw a play there <hes> at will now that it's the victory gardens theater. Yes i was there. I saw this play. It was really i'd play it was all about murder and like at a school like like a church school or something yeah yeah. It was like with the teachers things blood and there was yeah. It was weird but it was a bunch of yeah. A lot of people there was a big group. We went and to see it. We all thought it was weird. Yeah yeah but i might have sat in the same seat in and you might have it's the they just repurpose it for live theater instead of movies <hes> <hes> <hes> mondo. What's your experience <hes> not too much. Actually i've been passed through a few times but i can't say i ever parked and walked over to <hes>. I probably probably will what's this. What's a good restaurant to eat over there because i know that's how you judge you. Judge the areas there. Yes rinaldi sprit pizza pub or or no not too far away. He's a good very good yeah. It's new york style pizza. Oh no excellent i can't do that. I normally wouldn't want to either. They're actually i mean. It was better than any pizza head in new york. Well that's good because it was in chicago so but it was yeah chicago done new york style well and and then <hes> actually the probably the most famous restaurant over there is one that will probably do an episode at some point. Which is the red lion. Oh yes absolutely right right okay. It's pretty close right across the street down a little all right so now we've talked about everyone's experience. I've only been there a few dozen times. You know i never really the only thing there but i guess we want to see that play there. I didn't even realize that was the by graph so <hes> yeah yeah. It's not it does that that famous marquee is is not there anymore so and i did not feel anything haunting there. Did you well again. I did when i saw the movie but i also remember. My brain is very upset right now because it's failing to remember what i saw but it was a scary movie and i remember screaming and all of that so i think we were distracted so i didn't feel any of the the ghost he thinks oh. That's the reason why yeah okay all right so according to ghost rank a tour i just saw that phrase and i thought that was really really good. <hes> tom ogden <hes> he says. Within months of dillinger's death people began reporting seeing a misty male form floating down the alley where he died. Sometimes it would plot a gun before fell to the ground faded away. This is the most common citing oftentimes people describe the mrs blue. A blue figure runs down the alleyway so so this has been the most common image over the years ever since he was shot again i said within within the first few months people will notice his clothing <hes> they as they say that he's dressed like early nineteen hundreds <hes> and again that bluish-gray haze that it basically it's the idea that he's reenacting this whole scene. That's why i put that in the ghost story because that's kind of the most common thing is that it's whatever the energy is. It just kind of keeps reliving but it's almost like he's escaping. He's actually trying to make get away but his spirit keeps getting pulled back because obviously he didn't make it away so kind of reenacting that wow okay that's kind of interesting because over the weekend talked with some money that was like you know. Maybe maybe ghost. It's more like quantum leap. You know you ever watch that show quantum leap that they have to do something the thing in order to be released and maybe his he needs to escape but he can't because he was shot. What do you think uh no interesting yeah no i. I was surprised it's a <hes> so i guess a question about now. People when they first witnessed him get shot. They saw the blue mist. Come up. No that was something i added to this but it was pretty soon. After that that people started to see it was within months people started claiming that they i saw this mess down the alley and it's going since then. It's gonna take a trip over it. Took a few trips pass awesome all right out from across the street so i'm going to say that <hes> given the nature of him being public enemy number one i think probably and one of the first public enemy number one <hes> and you know all the all the commotion about his death and all the i mean his name is still mentioned all the time. I just think that it's something that people expect to see when they go there and anything. That remotely seems slightly paranormal. They're going to relate to this. That's my belief so rebecca. What would you rate this story from zero to ten. I'm gonna give this seven a seven yeah so less than the nine that you gave the overawe aw dillinger right okay yeah monsieur seven or eight is hard yeah so seven point five okay all right there you mondo were you at and now go with like a seven point five or eight. I'll say you know i know that area. There's a lot of people known to frequent the bars and things like that that that might make drunks. Yeah exactly see can't believe everybody but still people see it. Yeah i mean it's almost leads like eighty years of sightings. Yeah i know so yeah. I'm going to give it a two from it so that my original thing zero okay right this guy too so i mean i. I just believe that there could be a lot more that accounts for this. I have never seen a picture of this blue missed so i can't really speak for what it is but what if it's like a lighting thing would if it's what if it's <hes> fog uh you know you really can't. I really can't say in particular what it is so. I'm just going to overawe say that. I'm going to give it a two but i'm i'm still skeptical about it. Okay <hes>. I just want to mention just real quick. The other paranormal thing that happens with the biographers do mention having cold spots when they're in the theater itself off and workers there do claim to see things but they don't necessarily say that it's dylan sure yeah i you know i probably experienced a little but a cold there but also you're seeing a a play now and you're sitting still the whole time and it's a very old building very cool looking building in the inside. I remember like the lobby and stuff very it's huge yeah yeah but it it was probably probably cold but i don't relate that to a paranormal experience minority think i always wonder about the cold spots lots because you could be in a place where event is directed in certain area air conditioning turns on at different points but <hes> i will say this. There is a place not not far from my house that <hes> about a block away from my house and when i walked past the spot it gets cold. I mean it's just like a different feel <hes> and <hes> you know i've i actually have a temperature done. I should go over to her one day and just cannot and <hes> so i mean i get the cold spots and things like that because i felt it and it could be ninety degrees out and humid and you'll go past the spot and suddenly it's cool and clammy for about eight feet. That's what they say okay by me to cool and clammy and cooling clammy. I would say like for me. Even you know i. I am not a disbelief of cold spots because i do. I have absolutely heard stories that are very believable for gold spots. I do think that is a thing <hes>. I am less sure about this this particular story so what would you give on this. I'm gonna give it like a four a four okay. Where are you at <hes> yeah. It would be pretty low also also so i'll go with for two so i'm gonna go with zero. There's a lot of other things that could explain it cold spot. It's.

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"john dillinger" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

11:14 min | 1 year ago

"john dillinger" Discussed on Ghostly

"<music> okay. I just wanted to say that. I have a bit of an obsession when it comes to gangsters of this time and age age since we've heard it in two episodes there are no. This is our second episode. Yes i would say within our first year. Yeah make sense and i pushed both of those so yeah do you with me on that. Oh for sure yeah for something some reason i i don't know what it is about about this time period and these gangsters texters muse because of the depression the great depression not just the regular depression the great one well in chicago. I think the chicago connection. I think all of us grew up in chicago. So we hear this sousse these stories. They're kind of legends times. You know although a villager was more world renowned or at least nation renowned oh now midwest cone but yeah we like to claim them yeah he did. He did crimes all over the place. Throw so when when you think that dillinger and capone though were actually in the same time period and often in the same basic area it just blows my mind trying to wrap my head around these things yeah. I wonder if they ever had a sit down meeting. Well i mean it was diligent in the mob. No he was not so he was just really criminal criminal right yeah but you wonder if he ever made the wrong move and cross into capone's territory definitely capone yano but dillinger had this way of escaping gaping almost everything or maybe everything i don't know we'll talk about right so you might have had help for all you know all that we know i mean he might have had some deals worked out with them and they offered protection and may cover so he was able to kinda. Get away with things or maybe they bought off local law enforcement. You know yeah because i i would almost assume that i mean if you were going to go into a certain area and let's say rob a bank. If it's capone's some area that was like run by capone. I would almost suspect you would almost have to ask his permission. Yeah kickback or yeah right out some deal so they're gonna make sure that you get away with it. Uh-huh well <hes> let's just get into the history then so just remember when you're hearing the history that all of all of these bank robberies he's took place in the great depression in it really makes it a much different story than if it happened in today today's day and age you know <hes> i am not not trying to say that this justifies being criminal because there was literally no money to be made by virtually anyone in those days but it makes you realize the reason why this happened and why many people saw dillinger as a robin hood ish kind of character yeah though i do think i mean he really was a criminal though bill clinton aide she was in. I you know i understand like the pressure definitely push people to do more than they would have otherwise but i'm just saying it makes it a different story <hes> when you when you think of it and when you hear the history you'll realize he was kind of i mean he could change things in his early life but there was something that happened. Even that just perpetuated things down this path that there was no no escaping at one point so john dillinger was born on june june twenty seconds so he was a cancer right nineteen. Oh three in indianapolis indiana. He was the younger of two children born onto john wilson dillinger in mary ellen lancaster aka molly now in this story. We are going to find out that everybody has nickname kind of like mondo. Mine does not his name. It's armando but we call mondo so i mean all these people have these nicknames though which is very mafia gangster thanks jewish kinda thing silly the fact they are pat but but your name is patrick who will molly from mary-ellen yeah we'll. They don't get that one but like armand. I mean yeah and you would be back. Yes back is fine becca sign. I'm becky now no so if i ever need to make you mad. That's what i call. You is becky then all right. His sister is name was audrey and she was born on march six eighteen eighty nine molly the mother passed away in nineteen zero seven so dillinger was quite young a young he was four years old when his mom passed or actually going on for years old so audrey the sister actually in kind of took him in and she got married and she took care of john for several years. His father did remarry though in nineteen twelve to to elizabeth fields aka lizzy that one makes kind of sense. John dillinger didn't really like his stepmother but he eventually grew to love her and to have some kind of relationship with her as a teenager. John dillinger was a troublemaker. No say it ain't so mhm he was often in trouble for fighting and petty theft. He was also known to be a bully. I don't know if you guys knew that about john dillinger injure. He's a bit of a bully. I can tell that by looking at a picture. Oh yeah so you always judge people by looking at them. He dropped down. Although a lot of people dropped out in those days right. It was very common mostly just sharing the bank right well. I guess this is before the depression is before the he dropped out and got a job in a machine shop and they come in and that he was intelligent and he was a good worker. Well i noticed i was just thinking about this. This was it was comment. That's why i think we still have graduation ceremonies for eighth grade because back then that was big deal. If you even just made it to eighth grade that was like graduating and if you went a high school that was this like. Only you know that was like college now the bonus years yeah that's college the bonus. I think that was saved by had the bow. I think that was the name of their college years. Yeah he was arrested for auto theft. In nineteen twenty two <hes> his relationship with his father head deteriorated at that point so if he didn't live with father for a big part in the middle of his childhood and yeah bit difficult so he enlisted in the navy. This is something that not a lot of people knew he was a navy boy. He was a petty officer third class. He was a machinery repairman assigned aboard the battleship u._s._s. utah but when the ship went on doc back in boston he went awol. This may be why we don't know him as a navy man yeah and he got dishonorably discharged so that right there makes makes it really difficult to find a job at least today it does. I don't know how it was then but today you know you get dishonorably. Discharged can be really hard for you to get job so it's one of the things that pushed him into this line of work but there is another really big event. Anybody have anything to say about his early life that they know. I didn't mention there are gonna. It'd be a lot of things that i don't mention in this because we could be here forever doing this story. I know i was just looking at that. He us utah has i. Those are always so interesting the ships it was built in nineteen twenty two so that's kind of he was on right at the brand new brand new <hes> and it was involved with the attack got pearl harbor. Oh looks like it was some anyways well. He definitely wasn't on that yeah. No i think used at that point but anyway so dylan met barrel ethel hovis that that is a really hard name that's right though in mooresville indiana and were married to on april twelfth nineteen twenty nine or twenty four. I might say morris fell but maybe not or mooresville mooresville mooresville veritas sorry the people in mooresville dillinger's <hes> some of his family still live there in the house house that he grew up in well. That's crazy. He diligent really struggle to find a job and made it hard for him to settle down with his new wife. Did she have a what was her nickname. She her nickname was. I have it down further. <hes> billy was her nickname mm-hmm. Yeah much easier to easier to pronounce you know what actually i don't think it was billy. I think that was another girl that he was involved with that. I'm just saying i go by barrel. That is my name and you will call me barrel. Yeah i knew i actually worked with someone named barrel and then yeah barrel love sorry given given the full name bear a lot but actually i don't even think i knew or maybe i met her once. She was at the company but anyways i it was an unusual name. I i mean what we miss. You barrel get in touch with those <hes> so yeah he really struggled to settle down <hes> a major turning turning point in his life though happened at this point in this is the point where i was talking about where there was an event that happened that really solidified him being this criminal that he was. Maybe not as good as he was but this is the major event. He began planning a robbery with his friend ed singleton. They robbed a grocery store. They stoled fifty dollars. Dillinger had struck a person on the head with machine bolt wrapped in a cloth and mondo. You're a handyman. Do you think that would hurt yeah. Depending on the size i mean instantly i think is something that's like probably was a rivet that he took off that brand new ship memento okay sometime bolton kept woman from the u._s._s. utah to us but i think have like a bolt. I don't think of something big enough that you could hold on the swing it somebody but if you think of in terms of like building a ship or some big machine. I guess they could get pretty yeah. Hey he was a machinery repairman so it would have access to the so maybe mondo correct with that but i liked it. He wrapped in cloth so he didn't have to hold the ribbon. No that's now it is it doesn't bruise <hes> yeah interesting or is it spreads the brews out so like in jail people take a bunch of <hes> bars of soap and put him in a sock and beat people with that because it doesn't bruise well it also will do you just use the abbar so i didn't think it was of a bruising. I thought i was making about when no evidence obvious okay yeah yeah what is still bad bad dillinger for hitting someone over the head. Not okay.

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"john dillinger" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

12:14 min | 1 year ago

"john dillinger" Discussed on Ghostly

"Very exciting episode for you all today. Ah it's all about john dillinger there's a lot of lore surrounding dillinger and since they are zooming his body soon. We thought that we try to give you as much information nation as we can even about the zooming. There's some stuff we we just found out yesterday but we want to tell you about who he was and ghost stories associated with them so rebecca how you feel about this. I'm excited. This was a much deeper than i thought. There's a lot of information nation a lot of ghost stories. It's going to be good so before we even start everything. Where would you say your belief. Level is at as far as the dillinger ghost ghost and a scale from one to ten or zero tan. I'm gonna say nine nine yeah okay and <hes> today. We have mondo mondo coming back on welcome to the show how you been man. I think good good all right what you've been doing this summer. Just enjoying enjoin it working yeah bike ride into anything. I heard you got some new music man i do so we're gonna play that towards the end of it if you send me a thirty second clip doc gladly played for our listeners cool. You want to explain what it is just a little piece kind of working on right now. It's a little a bit more like you know like electron kind of stuff right so weird wants guitar would a little piano in the background living. We're funky funky. He is just like he played it for me. It's really good yeah so so before we get into the john dillinger's story. Where is your level at. I would probably agree with her and say nine nine. Yeah oh my god. What am i getting into here so many different. I mean people have said that. They've we've seen them by the well. I don't want anything. There's been a lot of sightings. This is say well. I'm gonna say mine is a one even start to ask you. What your level. I am the one that controls the recording of the podcast so i get to say what i want to say so i'm going to say a one right now but who knows you might be able to convince me to get up a little bit higher though <hes> so before we get into all that though <hes> before we talk doc about john dillinger anymore we need to talk about our last episode the forever twenty seven club the longest episode known to man of ghostly africa ghozlan joe rogan. Does that all the time. I don't know how he does yeah. I mean it was super fun but man. That was a lot of well. I'll be sure to ask him next time on his show. Yeah it's great or the first time on this show joe rogan. If you're out there i'd love to come on your show and talk to you and i'm not gonna eat sandwiches with you. Though man yeah all right so can you go over the poll results especially in the delayed pull results why <hes> okay so we were fifty fifty the last time that i checked which was yesterday yeah yesterday and some buddy there and just added one more vote vote and pushed it to forty nine fifty one that no the clearest is not real. We try one by like one person or maybe it was mondo know what he looked so angry right there. Yeah sorry i mean definitely it was really close. I was really the whole time. I thought that'd be because you just didn't want to lose. That's what it was so. I was winning by a lot at the beginning but who wins no matter what the listeners that's true yeah so yeah. That was a really good show. <hes> we have a new segment though to introduce to ghostly. It's called listeners male. Yes we're really excited to involve listeners a little bit more feedback on every single episode that we do. He's a private some public on facebook or twitter or the male or the instagram <hes> oh yeah i'd like to save before i most of the graph media cristobal's but we really thought that we'd start letting you know what people are saying this week. We have a question from bob anderson of bob. After dark fame you know bob after dark will be with us at elgin fringe fest mondo. You're going right yep. Hey so mondo will be there. <hes> this'll be on september fourteenth. The blue box cafe in elgin illinois not elgin this yeah yeah or elgin elgin mars yeah. I love elgin mars yeah. They have really good candy there. Six o'clock six six o'clock yes fourteenth so bob wants to know what you know about ingela communications so oh thanks for the question bob. I kinda know where that's going. <hes> you know i had to do research on this one because i am by far no expert when it comes to such a topic so bob is asking about communicating with angels. Anybody have anything that they know about this right off off the top. I mean i can talk about thoughts with it or do. I've got nothing all right well. Let me let me do my thing. I and editor bob actually would be much better source for this information as touches more upon his show than it doesn't go slowly but i will do my best to talk a little bit about it from what i know. It's not that everyone believes. They're actually having a sit down. Conversation station with an angel most would probably be more willing to believe that angels speak to them using intuition which that gets my skeptic sense senses tingling whenever it's not like okay. This is right there in front of me. I'm seeing it. Were we are engaging. That gets my yeah. I started to get a little bit more skeptical about it so a quick google search for this topic led me to a site that claims the angels speak to people through social media to okay yeah ever- that's been confronted by angel on social media not at all not at all okay well. I mean i've talked to you and i'm an angel so now or at at least that they use social media to get your attention so it says that corporations those are angels thinking yeah you know the second i think of a toothbrush send my feed is filled with ads for toothbrushes or all those weird things that you never knew that you needed but come up on wish <music> yeah so it says that if you need information that you can ask the angels and they will send you messages through the news feed and internet searches so i have a quote from them. Technology is an enormous resource for divine intervention. I yeah right. I didn't even know that now. Here's the funny thing about that. Though is that when making my part of the script i mean we do have to script out some of this stuff because says it's just so much information. We usually bullet point things and stuff. You mean you don't have it on memorize. I do not know i'm sorry so as i was doing that i was <music> i that quote i was copying and pasting it right <hes> but at its from one wise life dot com i don't know if i really want to promote them so much wjr but one wise life dot com and as soon as i hit the paste it pasted mike quote and kept typing in periods after the quote in fact it ended up crashing my whole system and i had to redo this part. It knew you were trying to angels to doubt the truth so i'm thinking we should start a new podcast called angel. We offer that you keep coming up with these ideas yeah the other day. It was priestly priestly. Yeah yeah priestly would be great yeah. We're talking about doing an episode about the vatican. I priestley would be great. What do you think that would be good. Yeah you would come on priestley yeah all right all right. Well we're going to do that. It's not gonna be all right well so can i let me talk about what i found. Sound okay with this end djelic communication. Yes please so. I think maybe the what i looked up in kind of thinking about myself as maybe a little bit more traditional no <hes> but it's the idea of it's either angels or spirit guides so people maybe think about <hes> an you know you can kinda call them different for names but they link it to meditation okay and that idea of light <hes> and it's you know always goes back to the secret right but that like putting getting it out into the universe asking for help asking for strength asking for support and then when you invite it in that you get a response so that could be angels angels if that's what you believe in it could be people from your past people that have passed you know that you're <hes> trying to call in and ask for their guidance <hes> and that that the meditation piece of it or the does even putting it out into into the universe is kind of the best way to have communications with angels okay so and i will say for me. I absolutely you know this is where as much as i wanna sometimes doubt my belief. I noticed that whatever i'm in a situation where i'm stressed or i'm struggling or i'm worried. That's exactly what i do. Is i pray. I call out to the universe i ask for help. I asked for guidance. I asked ask for support. You know not that. I think that somebody's going to magically come in and fix everything for me like i still have to do it but i know that that i i want that that support and oftentimes for me it is may be <hes> my my grandma who passed i know she's always with me and she always is watching me and i've been told that she is and i also thought that beforehand anyways <hes> and so you know that's somebody that i call on and maybe you know some of. It's just my memory of her but i think also it's. Let's that energy and support so it's like as much as i can question things in the end when it comes down to that moment you know i have somebody somebody that i call in for that support all right so you're back yeah your guardian angel so where would you say on the level of zero to ten. Is your belief in ingela communication <hes> again. I'm going to say like a nine nine. Yeah strongly believed that people communicate with with angels. Yes absolutely in their own way. You know again. There's a little bit of i don't want to say because <hes> you know different people believe different things so they might call them different things and they may represent present beings of late versus. Someone like actual human. That's passed or whatever it is or maybe it's just meditation but it's that that idea of reaching out to the universe energy for support and calling to you all right so mondo. What are your. What is your rating for this yeah. I definitely agree with her. An ad. I'm going to do the same nine going with nine so you believe people talk to angels yeah. I believe that people you know. This is a positive thing that kinda helps. You and i mean if that's what you kind of need is like just something the field little positive and a choice that you're making or things that you need to do. I mean if that helps. You won't let me maybe we should change this to do. You think angels talk back to you you. I see so what is your.

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John Dillinger, Crown Hill Cemetery And Ninety Percent discussed on Tony Katz Today

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John Dillinger, Crown Hill Cemetery And Ninety Percent discussed on Tony Katz Today

"The surviving family of the notorious bank robber John Dillinger one a DNA test of the remains buried in a grave marked with his name at crown hill cemetery to relatives say they have evidence that indicates it's not John Dillinger's body buried there such as conflicting dental records in different I colored rock crabs is an expert on Dillinger having written two books about it when they bring up the point stadium it makes you wonder what if he did finally get away but he says he's ninety percent sure the body is Dillinger's his body will be exhume September sixteenth and rebury the

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John Dillinger's relatives say the body in an Indiana cemetery may not be his

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John Dillinger's relatives say the body in an Indiana cemetery may not be his

"At least two of his relatives don't believe it's him Dillinger's family members say their examine his body from his grave with crown hill cemetery because they believe the F. B. I. shot and killed the wrong man back in nineteen thirty four that will be a part of a show on the history channel Brock crabs has written two books on Dillinger he says it's possible the experts got it wrong I think he had on the days when it was like to live every day with your mother never shoulder to see if he knew any minute take it all in an email mullets I don't think there was any type of way to live after awhile but grabs believes he is buried at

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Plan to exhume gangster John Dillinger revives conspiracy theories

KDWN Programming

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Plan to exhume gangster John Dillinger revives conspiracy theories

"The body of notorious nineteen thirties gangster John Dillinger is expected to be exhumed in September from a concrete encased grave at in Indianapolis cemetery more than eighty five years after he was shot and killed by the FBI and the upcoming exhumation could put to rest conspiracy theories suggesting that the violent criminal some people considered a folk hero during the height of the Great Depression isn't even buried in his marked grave the Indiana state department of health approved a permit July third sought by Dillinger's nephew that permit that doesn't give a reason for the request but a any network says it will be covered as part of a documentary on Dillinger for the history

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John Dillinger, Indianapolis Cemetery And FBI discussed on KDWN Programming

KDWN Programming

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John Dillinger, Indianapolis Cemetery And FBI discussed on KDWN Programming

"The body of notorious nineteen thirties gangster John Dillinger is expected to be exhumed in September from a concrete encased grave at in Indianapolis cemetery more than eighty five years after he was shot and killed by the FBI and the upcoming exhumation could put to rest conspiracy theories suggesting that the violent criminal some people considered a folk hero during the height of the Great Depression isn't even buried in his marked graves the Indiana state department of health approved a permit July third sought by Dillinger's nephew that permit that doesn't give a reason for the request but a any network says it will be covered as part of a

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