11 Burst results for "Karen Sparks"

"karen sparks" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

We Saw the Devil

04:31 min | 9 months ago

"karen sparks" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

"Much inseparable The documentary has interviews with karen sparks. He was one of the university of washington. Students that survived having ted bundy's smash her skull and with a metal rod and my god. That was so emotional. I bri i saw. He even used that metal rod. If you recall to sexually assault wide i wanna thank So having this woman and this was her very first public interview and having her sit there and talk about recount those details. I saw like cried. Yeah no. I'm just like so sad for her. And she has partial blindness partial deafness. She says that her head rings all the time and it was just a really really intense interview and probably one of the best series. I've seen as far as you know from behind the scenes kind of information detail and sad because you know when you see something like that right. And she's like disabled for the rest of her life extremely traumatic event and surviving So intense ya and now she can barely function as a human like hearing and seen and stuff. I'm just like oh my god please make it. Stop like does so sad. It was so sad. She made me cry. And then don't forget. There was a lot of below back actually against elizabeth kendall for doing this documentary. And i personally find her. You know her account of all of these events if if they were true i find to be brave for coming out and being like you know what i was with ted bundy yet. Notes extremely. I mean they were on the verge of basically getting engaged and her daughter also was crazy. Her daughter was a young child. Ted bundy was like her father growing up. Jewish child and so hearing basically all of their stories from their time with ted. It's things that you have never thought to here. Yeah i mean was crazy anyway. Check it out right. Check it out. That is a definite. Must watch if you're looking for something falling for a killer I think there's like six episodes something like that. It's very long. And then it also gives a really good overview of what policing was like during that time too. Oh yeah that's not something you don't forget. There was a female detectives and women were new. The one female detective tried to get into the fbi and they rejected or because they don't take women all paint such a picture of the time. Anything else killer speaking volume geller. Harvey weinstein yes so harvey weinstein. His old ugly raising. The net disgusting asks finally went to trial and he was sentenced to twenty three years in prison three year..

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"karen sparks" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

05:07 min | 10 months ago

"karen sparks" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"From the outside. Bundy was moving towards a bright future. But inside behind the mask bundy had already decided to follow a different path on january fourth. Nineteen seventy four ted. Bundy attacked his first known victim. He broke into the apartment of eighteen year old college. Student karen sparks. He beat and sexually assaulted her. Although karen survived the attack she sustained debilitating physical and brain injuries. Ted was not identified as the suspect over the next four years. Ted bundy crisscrossed the country attacking wrapping and murdering young women. Though he later confessed to killing thirty people he could have possibly hurt or killed. Many more ted. Bundy was the prototypical. Charming psychopath many. People who encountered him recalled him being handsome and charismatic. He relied on these traits to low his victims into a false sense of security. He often targeted college women and took advantage of their sympathy and youthful naivety. He would offer rides to female students in hitchhikers in his ten volkswagen bug relying on his looks to calm their fears. He often feigned an injury approaching people while on crutches or with his arm in a sling to ask for their help other times. He posed as an authority figure a police officer or firemen to convince his victims to do what he said once. He had someone alone near or in his car. Bundy would strike them on the head with a pipe or crowbar. He raped assaulted his victims before ultimately strangling or bludgeoning them to death. but bundy's quest for gratification. And control didn't stop there he would visit. The women's bodies repeatedly often practicing acts of necrophilia with them other times he kept their corpses in his own residence until the decay forced him to get rid of them. But bundy's activities soon drew scrutiny from the authorities in november nineteen seventy four. He attempted to kidnap eighteen year old. Carol durant at a utah mall but she escaped from his car in august. Nineteen seventy five. The police finally pulled bundy over in. Granger utah. they found a ski mask rope a- crowbar and handcuffs in his volkswagen bug. The officers recognized his car and supplies as matching those used in the raunch attack and arrested him over the next four years authorities tied bundy to dozens of murders. He escaped prison twice in. Nineteen seventy seven. While on the lam. He also killed three more victims but he was caught after evading the authorities for two months on july twenty fourth nineteen seventy-nine ted bundy received the death penalty for the murders of to florida state university students and a decade later on january twenty fourth nineteen eighty nine. He died in the electric chair at the florida state. Prison in raeford florida. It's hard to tell exactly. To what extent bundy's tumultuous ringing influenced his later crimes. Perhaps living with his violent grandfather exacerbated a natural tendency towards aggression maybe a teenage discovery about his mother's true identity only codified the hateful thoughts. He'd been fomenting about women but with bundy gone and only his contradictory statements left to go on. That's something we can't quite prove. He had issues in his childhood but so do many people in fact his mother louise went on to have three more children with bundy's stepfather johnny and none of his half siblings murdered anyone. The classic argument falls to nature versus nurture. How much one's personality and predispositions affect them. Compared to the environment they're raised in but in this back and forth hard to find a definitive answer to what makes a killer and we don't actually know what ted bundy honestly thought about his mother or grandfather or how he was raised. He frequently lied about everything including his childhood and with that in mind it's hard to trust his final thoughts on the subject. Because as he told interviewers there's nothing in my background. Which would lead one to believe that i was capable of committing.

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"karen sparks" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"karen sparks" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"App. It is the dark secret place live from library I should say, And a deep concern here at dark, Secret Place Control Centre is that Riverside County? I guess Cal fire who named it? Anyway, we have the Karen fire going. Isn't that so? Fitting The Karen fire. It's at the intersection of Sierra and Karen. You could go with Sierra Fire and I have been a 1,000,000 Serra fire but called Sierra Fire 17 or Sarah Fire. Sierra fired 2020. They went with care and fire. So get what's trending all over the tweeter. Karen Fire. McCarron fire. Did a Karen spark it well, that would be great if it did, except she was on Karen Avenue, Karen and Sierra there and River in Aruba, Ruba Valley. And that's why the the fire that destroyed Paradise, California When P. Ginny murdered 86 people when they're on parole for murdering other people in San Bruno, way we call it the Paradise fire because it wiped out in town. It's the campfire. The campfire, and this is so weird to say, and we were talking about like, why not the weenie roast or the smart's fire or water? But now, the so anyway, I I I say we read name fires. Ah, and it's spelled K k R A. M. It just seemed like somebody was probably knew what they were doing. Yeah, there's an ethnicity in Burma being oppressed by the Burmese government. Ah, you are as you say, Myanmar, but they're the Currin people in northern Burma, the K R E and the Karen's They're rebelling. Know f you up, They make there on a case and stuff. They make their own bricks. Incredibly resourceful. Karen's not like our Karen's. They don't know. No, they don't. They don't ask for the manager. They go to the manager and cut his hand off bowl with it. Well, this will make you happy. This will turn that frown upside down. Everybody in California, Gavin Newsom's $3.7 million estate was gifted to him in 2019 3 months later, he got a $2.7 million tax free cash out. This's from redstate dot or just, you know, we're dealing with here, okay? But no one else would report this Red states kind of on it. I checked the virtual house to her. It's a It's phenomenal. One thing is being extraordinarily clear to California, 2020 is that there's one set of rules for Governor Newsome, and there's another set the rules for the rest of us. He preaches that we're all in this together that we have to sacrifice to meet this moment. Yet he's missing. He's not missing a paycheck. As California businesses struggle. He sends a $1 billion contract from asks to have Chinese company When he shut down wineries throat 80% of California He kept his open PlumpJack. Ah, the sodium. During the eight years Governor Newsome service lieutenant governor. He and his family still lived a few hours from Sacramento and their $4.5 million Bay Area compound from the 2018 campaign. He wouldn't commit to moving the family to the capital days before swearing in. He announced that the family would be moving into the governor's mansion was what which wasn't true at all. L. L. C, a Limited liability corporation owned by Newsome's cousin had already purchased in the state in Pharaoh, Kes. Very, very high end Sacramento. Believe it or not, there's high end neighborhoods in Sacramento. This is it. Body mansion for the governor's family to live in for 3.7 million cash. Few weeks later, the Sac B was apparently tipped off about the purchase, according to a 2019 story When the reporter contacted the governor's office for comment. His spokesperson confirmed that the Newsome's would be moving to the Pharaoh's property as soon as renovations were completed. That the state was much more kid friendly from the governor's mansion. But wait till you hear about the amazing transfers. We'll get that real quick. I just want to get this on so that you hear about it. So you, can you Khun spend the weekend practicing your outrage? I guarantee I know a show that's going to talk about this on gay via a Monday back a 2nd 0 yeah, we'll get to trying to write of this cave. I am 6 40 Live everywhere on the I heard ready. Michael should pay with Karen Fire. Exactly that.

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"karen sparks" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"karen sparks" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"The next day Karen's roommates assumed she was sleeping in for most of the afternoon, it wasn't until seven pm the following night that they found her unconscious lying in a pool of her own blood, but miraculously she was still alive. The injuries Karen sparks sustained that night left her with permanent brain, damage and physical disabilities, but it was only the start of Ted. Bundy's reign of terror one that continued for the next four years. Coming up, Ted Bundy commits is first documented kill and begins a murderous rampage that rocked the Pacific northwest now back to the story. In January of Nineteen seventy four twenty. Ted Bundy committed his first known attack and sexual assault on eighteen year old Karen sparks a freshman at the University of Washington. Karen managed to survive the brutal attack. Ted had attempted murder and failed, but it wouldn't be long until he tried to get. That Winter Ted was enrolled in law school at the University of puget sound at the beginning of the semester Ted diligently attended his classes, but soon his normally perfect attendance faltered Ted began skipping class to stock young women around campus. He case their apartments, observing their comings and goings while sitting in his ten Volkswagen bug. He also resurrected his old peeping Tom Habits. He watched beautiful coeds for hours through their bedroom windows. As they went about their nightly routines, it was better than anything he could find on TV. However. Ted found his next victim not by prowling the streets around campus, but by tuning into the radio. Twenty one year old Linda and healy was a senior at the University of Washington as well as the host of a popular radio show. That reported the weather conditions for local ski slopes. She was well known among snow bunnies in the Seattle. Area Ted was an avid skier. He picked up the sport while dating Diane when he was trying desperately to rub elbows with his wealthier peers while. For Diane, had died his passion for skiing live dog. Like many skiers in the area ted, undoubtedly tuned into Linda's reports, but eventually he was listening for more than just a friendly voice, announcing the daily snow conditions. He was casing his next victim. In the early morning hours of February first nineteen, seventy, four less than a month after breaking into Karen Sparks Basement apartment Ted broke into Linda Healy's home. He snuck past the rooms of four sleeping roommates and intimate as better. There, she lay fast asleep, but Ted didn't take any chances. He immediately bludgeoned her in the head, knocking her unconscious. This time Ted had a new plan. He wasn't going to murder Linda in her bedroom and risk being caught instead he abducted her. With Linda out cold Ted removed her now bloodstained nightgown and dressed her in a pair of jeans and a t-shirt. He then made her bed concealing her bloody sheets and carried her away where Ted took Linda next is unclear wherever it was, he raped her and murdered her, then he left her body on the side of Taylor Mountain over thirty miles east of Seattle, it was a horrific sequence events, the first performance of a routine Ted would repeat dozens of times, but Linda Healy's disappearance wasn't just the beginning of Ted's bloodlust. It was also the start of a massive investigation. The next morning when Linda failed to show up to the radio station to broadcast her daily Ski Report, her coworkers knew there was something amiss. Linda would never just not show up to work. She was responsible, girl, bright, successful, and well known in the community, not the kind of college student to disappear into thin air. The authorities expected foul play from the very beginning. When police searched Linda's bedroom. They found several items missing including a few pieces of Linda's clothes and her house keys mysteriously, the back door was also left unlocked. Something Linda's roommates insisted she had never done before. When detectives peeled back the sheets on her perfectly made bed, they discovered a small bloodstain upon further investigation. They found Linda's blood soaked nightgown in the closet. It was clear now. Someone had taken Linda Healy. It was all too familiar to the Seattle PD. They had seen a crime just as brutal barely a month before and only blocks away. The attempted murder of Karen sparks. Finally, the police had made a connection, but it would be months before the investigation would gain traction..

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"karen sparks" Discussed on Hostage

Hostage

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"karen sparks" Discussed on Hostage

"For free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts. A list of episodes that we used will be posted in the episode description. Today we're discussing cases of Duck Shen and examining some of the most infamous kidnappings throughout true crime. History abductions often bring to mind. A certain stereotypical image for half a child being lured into an unmarked ban or a Predator crawling into a woman's room while she sleeps. But what if there's more to it than just strangers with candy in reality abductions occur everywhere and can happen to anyone of the tactics and motivations of the criminals behind them are often varied and complex psychologists Diana m cannon categorizes abductions into four types predatory profit political and revenge predatory kidnappings are often what we think of in those stereotypical scenarios. These abductions are almost always sexually motivated and tend to be committed by men who target female victims. They don't know or don't know well but not. Every abduction is driven by sexual intention and the dynamic doesn't necessarily have to include male doctor and a female victim revenge kidnappings for instance are not typically gender-specific that are motivated by desire to seek retribution. These abductions typically happen when the victim or someone close to the victim has slighted or upset the captor in some way however like predatory kidnappings the objective of the abduction is delicious and done for the sake of harming another person. But this isn't the case for many abductions in fact -mongst carried out as a means to an end or larger objective for instance profit kidnapping is described by Dr Cannon as abductions carried out in the hope of securing a ransom typically money for the safe return of the victim profit kidnappers typically target public figures or the wealthy anyone they believe could provide them leverage in a potential negotiation situation similarly profit kidnapping is closely related to political kidnapping though the targets of political kidnappings tend to be similar. Their objectives differ instead of profit political kidnappers. Aim to spark political unrest or a draw attention to cause however like profit kidnapping political kidnapping is a means to an end. The true objective of the abduction is using them as a tool in order to obtain some connected goal rather than gaining control of the dictum alone in our clips. Today we'll discuss these types of abductions in detail and see how these motivations whether sadistic or ideological play out through some of the most infamous criminal cases. We'll begin with a clip from podcast original serial killers covering one of America's most notorious murderers ted. Bundy Bundy became a household name in the nineteen seventies after abducting and killing dozens of women across the country. Because Ted Bundy was a lust killer is murders and thus abductions were sexually motivated making Bundy. The perfect example of predatory kidnapper. Dr Kincannon explains that predatory kidnappers typically abduct their victims either through Physical Force or deception. Bundy however use both. He was infamous for his charisma and good looks making him. Especially adept at luring victims however. These attributes hardly mattered when the killer decided to attack in the dead of night. When victims were unconscious there was no need for persuasion or pleasantries. Bundy was free to unleash the monster underneath the charming facade and in nineteen thousand nine hundred seventy four with the kidnapping and murder of Linda Healy. Ted Bundy demonstrated just how depraved. He really wants this time. Ted had a new plan. He wasn't going to murder Linda in her bedroom and risk being caught instead he abducted her with Linda out cold. Ted removed her now bloodstained nightgown and dressed her in a pair of jeans and a t shirt. He then made her bed concealing her bloody sheets and carried her away. Where Ted took Linda next is unclear wherever it was. He raped her and murdered her then. He left her body on the side of Taylor. Mountain over thirty miles east of Seattle. It was a horrific sequence of events the first performance of a routine that Ted would repeat dozens of times but Linda. Healy's disappearance wasn't just the beginning of Ted's bloodlust. It was also the start of a massive investigation the next morning when Linda failed to show up to the radio station to broadcast her daily Ski Report. Her coworkers knew there was something amiss. Linda would never just not show up to work. She was responsible girl bright successful and well known in the community not the kind of college student to disappear into thin air. The authorities expected foul play from the very beginning. When police searched Linda's bedroom they found several items missing including a few pieces of Linda's clothes and her house keys. Mysteriously the back door was also left unlocked. Something Linda's room mates insisted she had never done before. When detectives peeled back the sheets on her perfectly made bed. They discovered a small bloodstain upon further investigation. They Linda's blood soaked nightgown in the closet. It was clear now someone had taken Linda Healy. It was all too familiar to the Seattle. Pd They had seen a crime just as brutal barely a month before and only blocks away. The attempted murder of Karen sparks. Finally the police had made a connection but it would be months before the investigation would gain traction.

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"karen sparks" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"karen sparks" Discussed on Female Criminals

"Were exploring the most fascinating. True crime themes covered across the podcast network. We'd collected short clips from some of our most popular park has two originals to help us explore ideas like motivation method and madness and show how interconnected the true crime world really is. You can find the original episodes of these for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts. A list of episodes that we used will be posted in the episode description. Today we're discussing cases of Duck Shen and examining some of the most infamous kidnappings throughout true crime. History abductions often bring to mind. A certain stereotypical image for half a child being lured into an unmarked ban or a Predator crawling into a woman's room while she sleeps. But what if there's more to it than just strangers with candy in reality abductions occur everywhere and can happen to anyone of the tactics and motivations of the criminals behind them are often varied and complex psychologists Diana m cannon categorizes abductions into four types predatory profit political and revenge predatory kidnappings are often what we think of in those stereotypical scenarios. These abductions are almost always sexually motivated and tend to be committed by men who target female victims. They don't know or don't know well but not. Every abduction is driven by sexual intention and the dynamic doesn't necessarily have to include male doctor and a female victim revenge kidnappings for instance are not typically gender-specific that are motivated by desire to seek retribution. These abductions typically happen when the victim or someone close to the victim has slighted or upset the captor in some way however like predatory kidnappings the objective of the abduction is delicious and done for the sake of harming another person. But this isn't the case for many abductions in fact -mongst carried out as a means to an end or larger objective for instance profit kidnapping is described by Dr Cannon as abductions carried out in the hope of securing a ransom typically money for the safe return of the victim profit kidnappers typically target public figures or the wealthy anyone they believe could provide them leverage in a potential negotiation situation similarly profit kidnapping is closely related to political kidnapping though the targets of political kidnappings tend to be similar. Their objectives differ instead of profit political kidnappers. Aim to spark political unrest or a draw attention to cause however like profit kidnapping political kidnapping is a means to an end. The true objective of the abduction is using them as a tool in order to obtain some connected goal rather than gaining control of the dictum alone in our clips. Today we'll discuss these types of abductions in detail and see how these motivations whether sadistic or ideological play out through some of the most infamous criminal cases. We'll begin with a clip from podcast original serial killers covering one of America's most notorious murderers ted. Bundy Bundy became a household name in the nineteen seventies after abducting and killing dozens of women across the country. Because Ted Bundy was a lust killer is murders and thus abductions were sexually motivated making Bundy. The perfect example of predatory kidnapper. Dr Kincannon explains that predatory kidnappers typically abduct their victims either through Physical Force or deception. Bundy however use both. He was infamous for his charisma and good looks making him especially adept at luring his victims however these attributes hardly mattered when the killer decided to attack in the dead of night. When victims were unconscious there was no need for persuasion or pleasantries. Bundy was free to unleash the monster underneath the charming facade and in nineteen thousand nine hundred seventy four with the kidnapping and murder of Linda Healy. Ted Bundy demonstrated just how depraved. He really wants this time. Ted had a new plan. He wasn't going to murder Linda in her bedroom and risk being caught instead he abducted her with Linda out cold. Ted removed her now bloodstained nightgown and dressed her in a pair of jeans and a t shirt. He then made her bed concealing her bloody sheets and carried her away. Where Ted took Linda next is unclear wherever it was. He raped her and murdered her then. He left her body on the side of Taylor. Mountain over thirty miles east of Seattle. It was a horrific sequence of events the first performance of a routine that Ted would repeat dozens of times but Linda. Healy's disappearance wasn't just the beginning of Ted's bloodlust. It was also the start of a massive investigation the next morning when Linda failed to show up to the radio station to broadcast her daily Ski Report. Her coworkers knew there was something amiss. Linda would never just not show up to work. She was responsible girl bright successful and well known in the community not the kind of college student to disappear into thin air. The authorities expected foul play from the very beginning. When police searched Linda's bedroom they found several items missing including a few pieces of Linda's clothes and her house keys. Mysteriously the back door was also left unlocked. Something Linda's room mates insisted she had never done before. When detectives peeled back the sheets on her perfectly made bed. They discovered a small bloodstain upon further investigation. They Linda's blood soaked nightgown in the closet. It was clear now someone had taken Linda Healy. It was all too familiar to the Seattle. Pd They had seen a crime just as brutal barely a month before and only blocks away. The attempted murder of Karen sparks. Finally the police had made a connection but it would be months before the investigation would gain traction.

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"karen sparks" Discussed on Con Artists

Con Artists

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"karen sparks" Discussed on Con Artists

"We're exploring the most fascinating true crime themes covered across the podcast network. We'd collected short clips from some of our most popular park has two originals to help us explore ideas like motivation method and madness and show how interconnected the true crime world really is. You can find the original episodes of these for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts. A list of episodes that we used will be posted in the episode description. Today we're discussing cases of Duck Shen and examining some of the most infamous kidnappings throughout true crime. History abductions often bring to mind. A certain stereotypical image for half a child being lured into an unmarked ban or a Predator crawling into a woman's room while she sleeps. But what if there's more to it than just strangers with candy in reality abductions occur everywhere and can happen to anyone of the tactics and motivations of the criminals behind them are often varied and complex psychologists Diana m cannon categorizes abductions into four types predatory profit political and revenge predatory kidnappings are often what we think of in those stereotypical scenarios. These abductions are almost always sexually motivated and tend to be committed by men who target female victims. They don't know or don't know well but not. Every abduction is driven by sexual intention and the dynamic doesn't necessarily have to include male doctor and a female victim revenge kidnappings for instance are not typically gender-specific that are motivated by desire to seek retribution. These abductions typically happen when the victim or someone close to the victim has slighted or upset the captor in some way however like predatory kidnappings the objective of the abduction is delicious and done for the sake of harming another person. But this isn't the case for many abductions in fact -mongst carried out as a means to an end or larger objective for instance profit kidnapping is described by Dr Kincannon as abductions carried out in the hope of securing a ransom. Typically money for the safe return of the victim profit kidnappers typically target public figures or the wealthy anyone they believe could provide them leverage in a potential negotiation situation similarly profit kidnapping is closely related to political kidnapping though the targets of political kidnappings tend to be similar. Their objectives differ instead of profit political kidnappers. Aim to spark political unrest or a draw attention to cause however like profit kidnapping political kidnapping is a means to an end. The true objective of the abduction is using them as a tool in order to obtain some connected goal rather than gaining control of the dictum alone in our clips. Today we'll discuss these types of abductions in detail and see how these motivations whether sadistic or ideological play out through some of the most infamous criminal cases. We'll begin with a clip from podcast original serial killers covering one of America's most notorious murderers ted. Bundy Bundy became a household name in the nineteen seventies after abducting and killing dozens of women across the country. Because Ted Bundy was a lust killer is murders and thus abductions were sexually motivated making Bundy. The perfect example of predatory kidnapper. Dr Kincannon explains that predatory kidnappers typically abduct their victims either through Physical Force or deception. Bundy however use both. He was infamous for his charisma and good looks making him. Especially adept at luring victims however. These attributes hardly mattered when the killer decided to attack in the dead of night. When victims were unconscious there was no need for persuasion or pleasantries. Bundy was free to unleash the monster underneath the charming facade and in nineteen thousand nine hundred seventy four with the kidnapping and murder of Linda Healy. Ted Bundy demonstrated just how depraved. He really wants this time. Ted had a new plan. He wasn't going to murder Linda in her bedroom and risk being caught instead he abducted her with Linda out cold. Ted removed her now bloodstained nightgown and dressed her in a pair of jeans and a t shirt. He then made her bed concealing her bloody sheets and carried her away. Where Ted took Linda next is unclear wherever it was. He raped her and murdered her then. He left her body on the side of Taylor. Mountain over thirty miles east of Seattle. It was a horrific sequence of events the first performance of a routine that Ted would repeat dozens of times but Linda. Healy's disappearance wasn't just the beginning of Ted's bloodlust. It was also the start of a massive investigation the next morning when Linda failed to show up to the radio station to broadcast her daily Ski Report. Her coworkers knew there was something amiss. Linda would never just not show up to work. She was responsible girl bright successful and well known in the community not the kind of college student to disappear into thin air. The authorities expected foul play from the very beginning. When police searched Linda's bedroom they found several items missing including a few pieces of Linda's clothes and her house keys. Mysteriously the back door was also left unlocked. Something Linda's room mates insisted she had never done before. When detectives peeled back the sheets on her perfectly made bed. They discovered a small bloodstain upon further investigation. They Linda's blood soaked nightgown in the closet. It was clear now someone had taken Linda Healy. It was all too familiar to the Seattle. Pd They had seen a crime just as brutal barely a month before and only blocks away. The attempted murder of Karen sparks. Finally the police had made a connection but it would be months before the investigation would gain traction.

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"karen sparks" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"karen sparks" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"Welcome to podcast bites. We wanted to give our listeners. Some additional content to help him dive even deeper into the true crime world every week. In addition to your normal crimes of passion episode. We're exploring the most fascinating true crime themes covered across the podcast network. We'd collected short clips from some of our most popular park has to regionals to help us. Explore ideas like motivation method and madness and show how interconnected the true crime world really is. You can find the original episodes of these for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts. A list of episodes that we used will be posted in the episode description. Today we're discussing cases of Duck Shen and examining some of the most infamous kidnappings throughout true crime. History abductions often bring to mind. A certain stereotypical image for half a child being lured into an unmarked band or a Predator crawling into a woman's room while she sleeps. But what if there's more to it than just strangers with candy in reality abductions occur everywhere and can happen to anyone of the tactics and motivations of the criminals behind them are often varied and complex psychologists Diana m cannon categorizes abductions into four types predatory profit political and revenge predatory kidnappings are often what we think of in those stereotypical scenarios. These abductions are almost always sexually motivated and tend to be committed by men who target female victims. They don't know or don't know well but not. Every abduction is driven by sexual intention and the dynamic doesn't necessarily have to include male doctor and a female victim revenge kidnappings for instance are not typically gender-specific that are motivated by desire to seek retribution. These abductions typically happen when the victim or someone close to the victim has slighted or upset the captor in some way however like predatory kidnappings the objective of the abduction is delicious and done for the sake of harming another person. But this isn't the case for many abductions in fact -mongst carried out as a means to an end or larger objective for instance profit kidnapping is described by Dr Cannon as abductions carried out in the hope of securing a ransom typically money for the safe return of the victim profit kidnappers typically target public figures or the wealthy anyone they believe could provide them leverage in a potential negotiation situation similarly profit kidnapping is closely related to political kidnapping though the targets of political kidnappings tend to be similar. Their objectives differ instead of profit political kidnappers. Aim to spark political unrest or a draw attention to cause however like profit kidnapping political kidnapping is a means to an end. The true objective of the abduction is using them as a tool in order to obtain some connected goal rather than gaining control of the dictum alone in our clips. Today we'll discuss these types of abductions in detail and see how these motivations whether sadistic or ideological play out through some of the most infamous criminal cases. We'll begin with a clip from podcast original serial killers covering one of America's most notorious murderers ted. Bundy Bundy became a household name in the nineteen seventies after abducting and killing dozens of women across the country. Because Ted Bundy was a lust killer is murders and thus abductions were sexually motivated making Bundy. The perfect example of predatory kidnapper. Dr Kincannon explains that predatory kidnappers typically abduct their victims either through Physical Force or deception. Bundy however use both. He was infamous for his charisma and looks making him especially adept at luring victims however. These attributes hardly mattered when the killer decided to attack in the dead of night when victims were unconscious. There was no need for persuasion or pleasantries. Bundy was free to unleash the monster underneath the charming facade and in nineteen thousand nine hundred seventy four with the kidnapping and murder of Linda Healy. Ted Bundy demonstrated just how depraved. He really wants this time. Ted had a new plan. He wasn't going to murder Linda in her bedroom and risk being caught instead he abducted her with Linda out cold. Ted removed her now bloodstained nightgown and dressed her in a pair of jeans and a t shirt. He then made her bed concealing her bloody sheets and carried her away. Where Ted took Linda next is unclear wherever it was. He raped her and murdered her then. He left her body on the side of Taylor. Mountain over thirty miles east of Seattle. It was a horrific sequence of events the first performance of a routine that Ted would repeat dozens of times but Linda. Healy's disappearance wasn't just the beginning of Ted's bloodlust. It was also the start of a massive investigation the next morning when Linda failed to show up to the radio station to broadcast her daily Ski Report. Her coworkers knew there was something amiss. Linda would never just not show up to work. She was responsible girl bright successful and well known in the community not the kind of college student to disappear into thin air. The authorities expected foul play from the very beginning. When police searched Linda's bedroom they found several items missing including a few pieces of Linda's clothes and her house keys. Mysteriously the back door was also left unlocked. Something Linda's room mates insisted she had never done before. When detectives peeled back the sheets on her perfectly made bed. They discovered a small bloodstain upon further investigation. They Linda's blood soaked nightgown in the closet. It was clear now someone had taken Linda Healy. It was all too familiar to the Seattle. Pd They had seen a crime just as brutal barely a month before and only blocks away. The attempted murder of Karen sparks. Finally the police had made a connection but it would be months before the investigation would gain traction.

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TechStuff

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"karen sparks" Discussed on TechStuff

"Hey there and welcome to tech stuff. I'm your host, Jonathan Strickland. I'm an executive producer with how stuff works in the law. All things tech. And this is the second episode about natural language processing in LP. Also natural language understanding in the two are related that describes the technologies and processes. We use to give machines the ability to interpret and respond to language the way we use it. So not just understanding our input, but also generating output that still follows the the rules of various languages. So it's all about getting machines to conform to us rather than the other way around. If you have not listened to the episode immediately before this one, you should do that because I'm about to pick up where I left off, which was just after Arpaio pulled the plug on its speech understanding research project and the research. Under the our project had shown that in Opie was an even more challenging problem than had previously been an -ticipant did. Even the simplest approaches were creating enormous demands on both the work programmers had to do to build a system out and the processing the system would have to rely upon in order to interpret language work in the late nineteen seventies ranged into psychology and LP researchers felt a system needed to be able to identify a user's needs and goals in order to function properly had to understand not just the surface level meaning of a phrase, but the underlying meaning of linguistic expressions as well only then could you have a computer system that could collaborate with a human being in a seamless way? So in other words, what they're saying is that you could translate stuff or interpret stuff word by word. But unless you have an understanding of what the person is trying to actually accomplish, chances are. The results you're going to get back are not going to be as relevant as they could be. And so that was where the psychology was starting to take form by the early nineteen eighties, which marks the third phase of LP development according to the researcher, Karen spark Jones, who I talked about in the last episode, researchers were coming to terms with the idea that a scalable in l. p. system that relied upon the old methods of building lexicon and syntax rules just was not practical required far too much work on the front end when designing a system to make a general purpose in l. p. application. The problem was just way too big to take that approach even with relatively narrow implementations, like designing a system that would parse technical documents, you think? All right. Well, the language used in technical documents is a subset of the language would encounter in the quote, unquote real world. Even with those use cases, the old methods. Proving to require far too much investment in time, money and effort on the design front sparked Jones identifies the key focus during this phase as being on grammar and logic. During this face researchers developed several different grammar types. Now, grammars are sets of rules for analyzing and formalizing language. I would love to go into more detail about the different grammars that were developed during this phase or adopted for a computational models. But honestly, it gets really, really heavy really quickly. It gets extremely technical, though non technological side, but more on the linguistic side and suffice it to say that a lot of research and debate centered around what is the best way to arrive at the meaning of language. How do we get to that? How how can you aspertain what is meant by what was spoken or what was written? The grammars were meant to direct in Opie models to analyze language in different ways. As that were computational viable and that wouldn't require the laborious process of programming, everything in a word for word style. Another big area of focus at this time was on generation meaning creating models that would allow machines to generate natural language responses to users, including responses that were extended long examples of discourse, not just a quick message while machines wouldn't be able to think they would be able to put together a more sophisticated response than chat bots like Elisa that I mentioned the last episode could manage. So the idea being, how can we make a machine that can communicate results to a person in a way that just makes sense..

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TechStuff

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"karen sparks" Discussed on TechStuff

"History on natural language processing is pretty darn complicated because the involves multiple lines of research and lots of different disciplines. So we have all sorts of things that play into this like hidden Markov models. I talked about those in the speech recognition, podcast mural networks referencing language using mathematical vectors and a lot more contributing to the evolution of natural language processing and a lot of disciplines like not just computer science, but linguistics and psychology. So there's not like a single line. I can follow where it's a lead to be led to see. So we're going to be jumping around a little bit. However, one of the sources I wanna call out that I used while I was researching this episode was a paper written by Karen spark Jones called natural language processing a historical review. It's pretty dense. It's pretty technical, but it's also available to read online. If you want a more thorough treatment of the history of the technology up to two thousand, I'm going to be skimming over quite a bit of it because as I say, it gets really deep and really technical. It uses a lot of shorthand to reference things which meant that I had to do a lot of jumping down research, rabbit holes to learn more. But it was a very useful starting point for this research and also it was published in two thousand one. Obviously, a lot has happened since then. We're almost two decades out from that, but I'm going to start at the beginning and then worked my way up to to what's going on today. So early work and natural language processing. It actually surprise me. I was surprised at how old it it was actually dates all the way back to the nineteen forties. Physicists and computer scientists. Andrew, Donald booth, proposed using computers to translate passages from one language into another, which is a type of natural language processing. You have to be able. To recognize the words of one language and then map them to a similar meaning in a different language. Now, booths approach involved, creating a word for word model. If the model couldn't find a match between two words, it would automatically discard the last letter on the input word and try again. It would do this until it found a match or if it didn't find a match, you got an error, but it would find a match. It would search it's memory to see if the ending of the input word could give information about what the ending does to the meaning of the word. So for example, if you were using this to translate from English into Russian and you use the word writer, maybe writer does not show up in the Russian lexicon. But right, does w r I t so the translating program tries to translate writer from English into Russian, cannot. Find a Russian equivalent to writer drops. The are looks for the Russian word for right, and it finds it then says, alright, well, in English, what does right to remain? What does that are due to the word right? And it looks at its memory and finds out that the letter r. makes a a noun out of the verb at it creates an entity that does the action which is to right then it looks in the Russian lexicon and says, all right, well, is there a word in that lexicon that matches this meaning? It's kind of a slow laborious way of doing things, but was also very, very early. I mean, it was nineteen forty eight. The following year nineteen forty-nine Warren Weaver produced a memorandum about machine translation and Weaver admitted in the memorandum that such an application would likely be much more challenging than what he understood it to be, but that he was quote willing to expose my ignorance. Hoping that will be slightly shielded by my intentions. In the quote, I think this rather charming in that memo Weaver cites a letter..

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"karen sparks" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"karen sparks" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"His coerce his coworkers described him as smart aggressive and a believer in the system on a republican party business trip to california bundy rekindled his relationship with stephanie brooks the woman who had dumped him before and he presented himself completely differently as a transformed man and they rekindled their romance but he continued to date liz clip for in seattle nerd tacoma or wherever they were so neither woman knew of the others existence icy so their relationship grew extremely serious she visited him in seattle all the time they discussed marriage he even introduce her to people as his fiancee and she was head over heels for him and then in january of 1974 he abruptly broke off all contact he wouldn't return any calls her letters and when she finally got a hold of him and asked what was going on he calmly said stephanie i have no idea what you mean mm and hung up she never heard from him again he later explained that he just wanted to prove to himself the he could have married her if he wanted to try flynn narcissistic try flynn gross brooks later said says definitely later said that um she believes he deliberately plan the entire relationship and advance just as vengeance for her breaking up with him in 1968 worker then mysteriously young women in the pacific northwest began to disappear around midnight on january fourth 1974 this is the first on documented murder of bunte's although like highly debated when right it's the first documented but maybe like a tenth or 20th a one hundred percent actual one exactly so midnight january fourth 1974 bunny broken at the basement apartment of 18yearold karen sparks a dancer and a freshman at university of washington and he bludgeoned her with a metal rod from her bed faulk and then proceeded to rape her with the same role in my god oh my god oh my god i know uh causing extensive internal injuries yeah faulk that's horrible she remained unconscious for ten days but survived with permanent disabilities fuck ca i mean all his guy i'm just gonna say.

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