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"linda kasabian" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

05:58 min | 9 months ago

"linda kasabian" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Brand you man when I met him a man named Sean was seated in his barber chair right in the median at broad and walnut streets where cars passing by in either direction could easily handled the donation from their windows walked in a while I get a drink came out somebody said he's given here because out very good as well I have a mop on my head right now so somebody that maybe you should go get her hair cuts on says a fresh cut feels good and he's so thankful to Jones for providing that for him being for on the financial position I'm in it is hard to get Erica so I looked to him as some sort of like an angel looking out forming on Broad Street had us because that K. what W. newsradio a South Jersey woman will spend at least forty years behind bars for killing her mother and grandmother the story from KYW Smike Gordy a judge in Mays landing has sentenced forty three year old heather barbaric to forty two years in prison for beating her mother and grandmother to death at their beach house in Ventnor in July twenty eighteen in October Barbera pleaded guilty to aggravated manslaughter and murder she used a night stick to attack sixty seven year old Michelle Gordon an eighty seven year old Elaine Rosen prosecutor Alice in Iceland says Barbera just walked away after bludgeoning her family leaving them to die and that there is no more heinous cruel or depraved crime than killing one's own mother and grandmother in court Barbera apologized and said she never wanted that to happen her lawyer says she comes from a toxic family Barbara will be eligible for parole in forty years Mike Darby KYW newsradio and now a bit of politics CBS news correspondent Linda Kasabian takes a look at this question in poses a few theories could more articles of impeachment be introduced during the president's Senate impeachment trial presently the president faces two articles of impeachment abuse of power and obstruction of Congress but in nineteen thirty six impeachment trial involving a federal judge shows there is precedent to amend the articles of impeachment if the house foundational evidence house committees are still considering new evidence that has been offered by left harness a business associate of president trump's personal attorney Rudy guiliani harnesses charge of campaign finance violations and recently has been given the okay to release additional evidence Lindy Kenyan Washington Saturday of five point nine earthquake rocked Porter Rico adding to the already tense mood on the island it's the strongest quake yes since that magnitude six point four quake struck just before dawn on Tuesday and that knocked out power across the island leaving many without water your CBS correspondent David back now the anxiety and the fear that people feel are why tens of thousands of people are sleeping outside people have slept outside for the fourth night in a row because they're worried about being in their own home so they slept on their front lawns they slept in their vehicles they've slept on the street and about five hundred earthquakes of magnitude two point oh or higher if it were to Rico since late last month the United States and Russia have different accounts of just what because their ships to almost collide on the high seas the U. S. and Russian navies are blaming each other for near collision at sea the Pentagon says the Russian warship moved dangerously close to an American destroyer Thursday in the north Arabian Sea the USS Farragut sounded five short blasts after the Russian vessel got as close as one hundred eighty feet the U. S. navy says the Russians the new surely refused to change course with the right shoes said it was the US who violated international rules by making a maneuver across its course well there's a new study out this morning and it talks about family leave paid family leave to be specific and it goes on to tell us that with paid family leave we could see a major difference in the make up of the American workplace the study took a look at the impact of paid family leave laws on both the east and west coast in New Jersey and California and found that paid leave over the long run nearly closes the gap in the work force between moms of little kids and women who don't have children to care for the study from the March of dimes in the institute for women's policy research found that women who don't have access to paid leave are more likely to leave the jobs market nearly thirty percent dropping out within a year after welcoming a child and one in five of those will free join the work force for more than a decade I'm Jim Johnson blundered turns into a happy ending when even do bowl I took to the podium of family feud Canada for a chance to win her family ten thousand dollars she had no idea that our answer would go viral it was sudden death and all that was needed was one correct answer for the big prize lever gases this wins the game here we go name Popeye's favorite she broke out into a dance assuming she won but it was about the cartoon character pop why not the fast food chain the other family buzzed in with the correct answer sharing CBS news and now the happy ending Popeyes on Friday offered the woman ten thousand dollars worth of Popeye's chicken and also other items on their menu it's Jamie progresses number one number two employee leave a message at that Hey Jamie it's me Jamie this is your daily pep talk I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your acappella group Matt harmony but you will bounce back I mean you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name your price tool.

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"linda kasabian" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

05:08 min | 9 months ago

"linda kasabian" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"If it's all about trying to re brand you man when I met him a man named Sean was seated in his barber chair right in the median at brought in one that streets where cars passing by in either direction could easily handled the donation from their windows walked in a while I get a drink came out somebody said he's given here because our free because of I have a mop on my head right now so somebody that maybe you should go get her hair cuts on says a fresh cut feels good and he's so thankful to Jones for providing that for him being for on the financial position I'm in it is hard to get Erica so I looked to him as some sort of like an angel looking out forming on Broad Street had us because netscaler W. newsradio a South Jersey woman will spend at least forty years behind bars for killing her mother and grandmother the story from KYW Smike dory a judge in Mays landing has sentenced forty three year old heather barbaric to forty two years in prison for beating her mother and grandmother to death at their beach house in Ventnor in July twenty eighteen in October Barbera pleaded guilty to aggravated manslaughter and murder she used a night stick to attack sixty seven year old Michelle Gordon an eighty seven year old Elaine Rosen prosecutor Alice in Iceland says Barbera just walked away after bludgeoning her family leaving them to die and that there is no more heinous cruel or depraved crime than killing one's own mother and grandmother in court Barbera apologized and said she never wanted that to happen her lawyer says she comes from a toxic family Barbara will be eligible for parole in forty years Mike Darby KYW newsradio and now a bit of politics CBS news correspondent Linda Kasabian takes a look at this question in poses a few theories could more articles of impeachment be introduced during the president's Senate impeachment trial presently the president faces two articles of impeachment abuse of power and obstruction of Congress but in nineteen thirty six impeachment trial involving a federal judge shows there is precedent to amend the articles of in peach meant if the house funds additional evidence house committees are still considering new evidence that has been offered by left harness a business associate of president trump's personal attorney Rudy guiliani harnesses charge of campaign finance violations and recently has been given the okay to release additional evidence Lindy Kenyan Washington Saturday of five point nine earthquake rocked Porter Rico adding to the already tense mood on the island it's the strongest quake yes since that magnitude six point four quake struck just before dawn on Tuesday and that knocked out power across the island leaving many without water your CBS correspondent David back now the anxiety and the fear that people feel are why tens of thousands of people are sleeping outside people have slept outside for the fourth night in a row because they're worried about being in their own home so they slept on their front lawns they slept in their vehicles they've slept on the street and about five hundred earthquakes of magnitude two point oh or higher if it were to Rico since late last month the United States and Russia have different accounts of just what because their ships to almost collide on the high seas the U. S. and Russian navies are blaming each other for near collision at sea the Pentagon says the Russian warship moved dangerously close to an American destroyer Thursday in the north Arabian Sea the USS Farragut sounded five short blasts after the Russian vessel got as close as one hundred eighty feet the US navy says the Russians mutually refused to change course with the right shoes said it was the US who violated international rules by making a maneuver across its course well there's a new study out this morning and it talks about family leave paid family leave to be specific and it goes on to tell us that with paid family leave we could see a major difference in the make up of the American workplace the study took a look at the impact of paid family leave laws on both the east and west coast in New Jersey and California and found that paid leave over the long run nearly closes the gap in the work force between moms of little kids and women who don't have children to care for the study from the March of dimes in the institute for women's policy research found that women who don't have access to paid leave are more likely to leave the jobs market nearly thirty percent dropping out within a year after welcoming a child and one in five of those won't free join the work force for more than a decade I'm Jim Johnson blundered turns into a happy ending when even do bowl I took to the podium of family feud Canada for a chance to win her family ten thousand dollars she had no idea that our answer would go viral it was sudden death and all that was needed was one correct answer for the big prize lever gases this wins the game here we go name.

"linda kasabian" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:31 min | 9 months ago

"linda kasabian" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"A South Jersey woman will spend at least forty years behind bars for killing her mother and grandmother the story from KYW Smike dory a judge in Mays landing has sentenced forty three year old heather barbaric to forty two years in prison for beating her mother and grandmother to death at their beach house in Ventnor in July twenty eighteen in October Barbera pleaded guilty to aggravated manslaughter and murder she used a night stick to attack sixty seven year old Michelle Gordon and eighty seven year old Elaine Rosen prosecutor Alice in Iceland says Barbera just walked away after bludgeoning her family leaving them to die and that there is no more heinous cruel or depraved crime than killing one's own mother and grandmother in court Barbera apologized and said she never wanted that to happen her lawyer says she comes from a toxic family Barbara will be eligible for parole in forty years Mike Darby KYW newsradio and now a bit of politics CBS news correspondent Linda Kasabian takes a look at this question in Bose's a few theories could more articles of impeachment be introduced during the president's Senate impeachment trial presently the president faces two articles of impeachment abuse of power and obstruction of Congress but in nineteen thirty six impeachment trial involving a federal judge shows there is precedent to amend the articles of impeachment if the house funds additional evidence house committees are still considering new evidence that has been offered by left harness a business associate of president trump's personal attorney Rudy guiliani harnesses charge of campaign finance violations and recently has been given the okay to release additional evidence Lindy Kenyan Washington Saturday of five point nine earthquake rocked Porter Rico adding to the already tense mood on the island it's the strongest quake yes since that magnitude six point four quake struck just before dawn on Tuesday and that knocked out power across the island leaving many without water your CBS correspondent David back now the anxiety and the fear that people feel are why tens of thousands of people are sleeping outside people have slept outside for the fourth night in a row because they're worried about being in their own home so they slept on their front lawns they slept in their vehicles they've slept on the street and about five hundred earthquakes of magnitude two point oh or higher if it were to Rico since late last month the United States and Russia have different accounts of just what because their ships to almost collide on the high seas the U. S. and Russian navies are blaming each other for near collision at sea the Pentagon says the Russian warship moved dangerously close to an American destroyer Thursday in the north Arabian Sea the USS Farragut sounded five short blast after the Russian vessel got as close as one hundred eighty feet the U. S. navy says the Russians the initially refused to change course with the right shoes said it was the US who violated international rules by making a maneuver across its course well there's a new study out this morning and it talks about family leave paid family leave to be specific and it goes on to tell us that with paid family leave we could see a major difference in the make up of the American workplace the study took a look at the impact of paid family leave laws on both the east and west coast in New Jersey and California and found that paid leave over the long run nearly closes the gap in the work force between moms of little kids and women who don't have children to care for the study from the March of dimes in the institute for women's policy research found that women who don't have access to paid leave are more likely to leave the jobs market nearly thirty percent dropping out within a year after welcoming a child and one in five of those won't three join the work force for more than a decade I'm Jim Johnson blundered turns into a happy ending when even do bowl I took to the podium of family feud Canada for a chance to win her family ten thousand dollars she had no idea that our answer would go viral it was sudden death and all that was needed was one correct answer for the big prize lever gases this wins the game here we go name Popeye's favorite.

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"linda kasabian" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

05:07 min | 9 months ago

"linda kasabian" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Re brand you man when I met him a man named Sean was seated in his barber chair right in the median at broad and walnut streets where cars passing by in either direction could easily handled the donation from their windows walked in a while I get a drink came out somebody said he's given here because out very good as well I have a mop on my head right now so somebody that maybe you should go get hair cuts on says a fresh cut feels good and he's so thankful to Jones for providing that for him being or in a financial position I'm in it is hard to get Erica so I looked to him as some sort of like an angel looking out forming on Broad Street had us because that K. what W. newsradio a South Jersey woman will spend at least forty years behind bars for killing her mother and grandmother the story from KYW Smike dory a judging Mays landing has sentenced forty three year old heather barbaric to forty two years in prison for beating her mother and grandmother to death at their beach house in Ventnor in July twenty eighteen in October Barbera pleaded guilty to aggravated manslaughter and murder she used a night stick to attack sixty seven year old Michelle Gordon and eighty seven year old Elaine Rosen prosecutor Alice in Iceland says Barbera just walked away after bludgeoning her family leaving them to die and that there is no more heinous cruel or depraved crime than killing one's own mother and grandmother in court Barbera apologized and said she never wanted that to happen her lawyer says she comes from a toxic family Barbera will be eligible for parole in forty years Mike Charlie KYW newsradio and now a bit of politics CBS news correspondent Linda Kasabian takes a look at this question and hoses a few theories could more articles of impeachment be introduced during the president's Senate impeachment trial presently the president faces two articles of impeachment abuse of power and obstruction of Congress but in nineteen thirty six impeachment trial involving a federal judge shows there is precedent to amend the articles of impeachment if the house funds additional evidence house committees are still considering new evidence that has been offered by left harness a business associate of president trump's personal attorney Rudy guiliani harnesses charge of campaign finance violations and recently has been given the okay to release additional evidence Lindy Kenyan Washington Saturday of five point nine earthquake rocked Porter Rico adding to the already tense mood on the island it's the strongest quake yes since that magnitude six point four quake struck just before dawn on Tuesday and that knocked out power across the island leaving many without water your CBS correspondent David back now the anxiety and the fear that people feel are why tens of thousands of people are sleeping outside people have slept outside for the fourth night in a row because they're worried about being in their own home so they slept on their front lawns they slept in their vehicles they've slept on the street and about five hundred earthquakes of magnitude two point oh or higher if it Porter Rico since late last month the United States and Russia have different accounts of just what because their ships to almost collide on the high seas the U. S. and Russian navies are blaming each other for near collision at sea the Pentagon says the Russian warship moved dangerously close to an American destroyer Thursday in the north Arabian Sea the USS Farragut sounded five short blasts after the Russian vessel got as close as one hundred eighty feet the US navy says the Russians unusually refused to change course with the right shoes said it was the US who violated international rules by making a maneuver across its course well there's a new study out this morning and it talks about family leave paid family leave to be specific and it goes on to tell us that with paid family leave we could see a major difference in the make up of the American workplace the study took a look at the impact of paid family leave laws on both the east and west coast in New Jersey and California and found that paid leave over the long run nearly closes the gap in the work force between moms of little kids and women who don't have children to care for the study from the March of dimes in the institute for women's policy research found that women who don't have access to paid leave are more likely to leave the jobs market nearly thirty percent dropping out within a year after welcoming a child and one in five of those will free join the work force for more than a decade I'm Jim Johnson blundered turns into a happy ending when even do bowl I took to the podium of family feud Canada for a chance to win her family ten thousand dollars she had no idea that our answer would go viral it was sudden death and all that was needed was one correct answer for the big prize lever gases this wins the game here we go name.

Sean
"linda kasabian" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

12:22 min | 1 year ago

"linda kasabian" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Times as usual. the wall. G. Bradley J. W.. the. WBZ let's continue let's get into it without our men here my calling the Massachusetts school of law he's been coming here must be three or four years now right yep probably at least three events we might be entering our fourth after junis all because I think more than that yeah it could be a lot more than doing lots six almost six years really yeah I don't know if you joined I can look it up pretty quickly and figure it out yep we were we've been together for a long man when this started yeah well I wasn't. okay. and this is the interesting okay well because it's a complicated legal case and it's also inherently interesting and it's also the fiftieth anniversary approximately of. the Manson family murders Sharon Tate murders committed by members of the Manson family. tex Watson Susan Atkins Linda Kasabian Patricia Krenwinkel should to Sharon Tate's home actress Sharon Tate pregnant at the time very pregnant eight and a half months and Roman Polanski's home was invaded he was not there by the Manson family members at the direction of Manson. and you know the rest when you don't know is a couple of people who were supposed to be there yeah I thought that was interesting in reviewing the history in trying to research some of it it said that bold Quincy Jones the record producer was supposed to be there that night as well as. the iconic figure from the time Steve McQueen was supposed to be there as well until he decided that due to pressure from his then Parramore that they would rather spend time together then to go over to their friends how well and be there but Steve McQueen could have been there as well so it's it's the the this celebrity connection here is pretty significant and did you say because I know you like you music stuff that the house actually previously had been owned are usually used by Terry Melcher from Paul Revere and the raiders and who was it on a mark Lindsay from Paul Revere and the raiders and Terry Melcher who bursts of birds produce producer and the California someone of the devoted Easter the California sounded alike so was you know a lot of famous people were at least either involved on the periphery of the Manson family murder and murders so it was very interesting the more you look at it even though you thought you knew a lot about it there were other layers to it that either escape the memory of that I never know the other one if Steve McQueen and been there for what it turned out differently it because Dave maclean is macho man and this never would have a different guy like that was present yeah it makes you wonder but that's that was always the impression is Steve McQueen and that's what probably it would have been interesting if there if the results would have been different because of who we think he is in the likely results of that what that would have been so why do you suppose were so fascinated by these murders I'll be fascinated by all murders of these murders in particular seems like these murders in particular I think there are a number of murder murders that captivate our attention and to me as I thought about why these ones work because it's really if we think about it's fifty years ago now this happened in the sixties there were off a lot of other events that were significant in the sixties but. this is one that we keep going back to and and that's what I was wondering as we looked at it is it is it because of the celebrity angle and I do think we've seen it now there's even around here in the the craft case and the Aaron Hernandez case when celebrities are involved anyway in criminal activity that that captivates us in a way that Monday in crimes in in their participants don't so I think it's celebrity angle is part of it that captured our attention I also think to me what what what what I thought was an attraction is this is almost you know the worst nightmares we have with respect to the the horror movies and the like is that crazed people breaking into our house in the middle of the night a home invasion where we're stab you know hundreds of times before they're done and so it it preys on some of our worst fears that that bowls captivates us and concerns us and in in intrigues us all at the same time and I think that's a a significant part of it is well thing that that I feel might play into it is yeah now we first how did Manson get these fairly I don't know potentially normal otherwise normal people to do this stuff and you wonder well can I could that happen to me I mean how far is anybody away from. that kind of thing under the right or the wrong influence. and I do think that's a great angle in with but with but if you think about it we've seen that many times I think some people. preferred to follow as opposed to lead and there are some people who like to lean have of a significant power to do it they have they are charismatic people are drawn to them Manson. despite what meat we may think of them clearly had these leadership and charismatic qualities that he could influence people to do things that that they wouldn't have otherwise done but we start with Jim Jones we've seen it with others where that type of figure leads people to catastrophic to do catastrophic thanks yeah so can you talk about the legal challenge that prosecutor. Vincent Bugliosi or part Losi have I'm not sure the correct way to say it. facetime. Manson didn't actually do anything well he wasn't there right and that's the thing when you say he didn't do anything that might. over sent his art or anyone he didn't directly murder anyone and that is one of the biggest challenges here is that Manson wasn't present at the time the murders took place it was in the number of his followers who at least as the government's art is bubbly OC described in the book and and has talked about on numerous occasions he directed their activities but he directed it from a distance he had planned it and told them what they should do but at the end of the day as you're pointing out that he wasn't there to force them to do it somehow these people did such horrible things without being at the the end of a gun or anything like this it was simply his his influence in in directing the plan and having them then execute his desires so the prosecutor had to prove that he influenced them enough which is kind of a more office a in Iowa abstract kind of thing to proof well really it's it's a conspiracy case conspiracy to commit murder if you think about it so that they got together for any illegal purpose and then that illegal purpose ultimately was carried out but but so where is the proof and and you know if you remember the the case if you remember Manson he's his own worst enemy he he looks crazy he's got a swat sticker on his forehead and he talked. the crazy game he didn't really try to dress up clean up and act normal he presented as he likely wise and as most people saw arm is pretty crazy person that was capable of doing just what the government described that's another thing that makes a fascinating and interesting to watch that some guy with a hair cut and the suit is it sich Manson and changed with his in his craziness sure right there and and that that that is the other part that I think appeals there are two tracks people to this whole problem is all of this is so foreign to most people's way of thinking that aid to direct others to do such a heinous act to beat so removed from society that these types of things don't bother you that to be able to influence others to do what is probably likely the though the most terrible thing they'll ever do in their lives for most of us those are such far in activities that we just can't understand it and what we can understand sometimes intrigues us to try and try and figure out why things like this happen and that's that's the other part of this is that I still think after all this time you used you do wonder how why did it happen and how was he able as you point out to get these folks to do such terrible things simply added his urging not through threats not through really any type of personal safety issue but to convince them that they should do this this type of thing on his behalf likely recognizing that if caught and convicted they may never see the light of day so you need a motive for murder cases right and yeah what was the motive band for Manson and what was the motive and for the followers it was a follow is is much hotter I can tell you what Manson Manson was seeking revenge at least according to. the government's theory of the case Manson dot that he deserved a career in the record industry he was a musician as he sorry and he thought he could be highly successful and his the object of his hatred at this point was Terry Melcher who was the birds producer and he thought that Melcher had unfairly of looked past his many talents and so what he wanted to do when Manson sent his followers into that room. to the house is that he thought melted likely thought Melcher was still there and Melcher's friends and he wanted who whoever was there when his gang got there to in essence. seek retribution kill them all and that was his direction to tex Watson and the the women that went with tex Watson there was at the end of the day is to cause such carnage in the house which they did bite through then isn't the the knife I mean it's kind of a personal slaying when someone is stabbed with a knife as many times as these folks were that he wanted to inflict pain and great carnage and that's precisely what he had his followers do it is incredibly interesting and I have read as and you have also read the helter skelter book by the prosecutor great but I always want to read it again I I am probably read a thirty years ago and it is so fascinating that it might be it's endlessly fascinating and I read it again well it makes you do think it's a does this for those that haven't looked at it in awhile and I haven't looked at it awhile again looking at the history again it was a great book written by the prosecutor so it gave us some insight that we wouldn't normally have it also made Vincent Bugliosi famous as a result about the case in the book but it was well done and it really gave us an insight into a lot of the facts in the details of it that would just not aware. that's excellent that will continue we have a lot to get to have 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"linda kasabian" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"linda kasabian" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Followers tex Watson Susan Atkins Patricia Krenwinkel and Linda Kasabian were also convicted Jim route Los Angeles all right let's switch gears at ten till Robert workman has sports baseball on Thursday Indians over the twin seven five in the battle for the top spot in the American League central Jose Ramirez drove in three runs Tyler Nick when added an insurance run with a Homer in the night the tribe which was eleven and a half games out in June is now just a game behind Minnesota Cup drought of the Reds twelve five Anthony Rizzo celebrated his thirtieth birthday with an RBI double in the first inning Nicholas because the honest mac a pair of jacks Ian happ went deep and drove in for a new Cup catcher Jonathan Lucroy three hits and two RBI in the Chicago debut Yankees bill to the blue jays twelve to six two more homers for G. O. R. Shelagh that sounds familiar he hit to the night before as well to run rookie will be shed homered and also had a double nine straight game he's had a two bagger that's never been done before is that also the first rookie to have an extra base hit in nine straight games since nineteen thirty nine when some kid to make that the kid Ted Williams that Tigers club as the Royals ten eight each team had for dinner Jordy Mercer that hit the last one a two run walk off in the night Marlins bought the Braves nine two Brian Anderson went deep twice Ronald new junior had another big fly for Atlanta he's done that in three straight games and five of the last seven Padres pulverize the Rockies nine three Fernando techies junior hit a leadoff home run for the second straight game and the sixth time this year red Sox blank the angels three nothing Chris sale eight innings to his thirteen strikeouts giants shut out the Phillies five nothing Madison Bumgarner didn't allow a hit until six Cesar Hernandez solid single up the middle the Phils only knock on the night now bomb went seven innings for his fourth straight win and Mike you Stransky homered and drove in three NFL preseason week one eleven games last night giants took the jets thirty one twenty two first round pick Daniel Jones went five for five on his opening drive including a twelve yard touchdown pass to Bennie Fowler okay now they like him in New York cardinals defeated the Chargers seventeen thirteen Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray well he wasn't perfect in his NFL debut only six out of seven for forty four yards for Arizona bill be the calls twenty four sixteen rounds with the Redskins thirty defend patriots follow the lines thirty one three undrafted rookie receiver Jacoby Meyers from NC state caught two passes from two different knowing when quarterbacks in the second quarter dolphins got by the falcons thirty four twenty seven Titans too much for the eagles twenty seven to ten raven so that the judge you all's twenty eight nine to nothing panther's paw the bears twenty three thirteen running back Elijah Holyfield's first Kerry as a pro for Carolina he caught the ball up Chicago turned it into a touchdown but the rookie from Georgia got up and scored two touchdowns to ensure the victory I guess he learned a little bit about fighting back from his father boxing champ Evander Holyfield the real deal packaged up the Texans twenty eight twenty six in the Seahawks last the Broncos twenty two fourteen tonight Buccaneers dealers and the Vikings and the things PGA tour FedEx Cup playoffs first of three stages the northern trust at liberty national in Jersey city New Jersey Troy Merritt holds the first round lead at nine under par that's Friday sports it's seven till next on American morning the field of dreams becomes a reality after these messages whenever it rains it's hard not to think about all the folks right here in our community who have no roofs over their heads no way to dry off no relief from the storm wouldn't it be nice.

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"linda kasabian" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"linda kasabian" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Followers tex Watson Susan Atkins Patricia Krenwinkel and Linda Kasabian were also convicted Jim route Los Angeles all right let's switch gears at ten till Robert workman has sports baseball on Thursday Indians over the twin seven five in the battle for the top spot in the American League central Jose Ramirez drove in three runs Tyler Nick when added an insurance run with a Homer in the night the tribe which was eleven and a half games out in June is now just a game behind Minnesota Cup drought of the Reds twelve five Anthony Rizzo celebrated his thirtieth birthday with an RBI double in the first inning Nicholas Cassiano smack a pair of jacks Ian happ went deep and drove in four and new Cup catcher Jonathan Lucroy three hits and two RBI in the Chicago debut Yankees bill to the blue jays twelve to six two more homers for G. O. R. Shelagh that sounds familiar he hit to the night before as well to run rookie booby set homered and also had a double nine straight game he's had a two bagger that's never been done before you should also the first rookie to have an extra base hit in nine straight games since nineteen thirty nine when some kid did it will make that the kid Ted Williams that Tigers club past the Royals ten eight each team hit for dinners Jordy Mercer but have the last one a two run walk off in the night Marlins bought the Braves nine two Brian Anderson went deep twice Ronald new junior had another big fly for Atlanta he's done that in three straight games and five of the last seven Padres pulverize the Rockies nine three Fernando techies junior hit a leadoff home run for the second straight game and the sixth time this year red Sox blank the angels three nothing Chris sale eight innings to his thirteen strikeouts giants about the Phillies five nothing Madison Bumgarner didn't allow a hit until the six Cesar Hernandez is a solid single up the middle the Phils only knock at the night madam went seven innings first fourth straight win and Mike you Stransky homered and drove in three NFL preseason week one eleven games last night giants took the jets thirty one twenty two first round pick Daniel Jones went five for five on his opening drive including a twelve yard touchdown pass to Bennie Fowler okay now they like him in New York cardinals defeated the Chargers seventeen thirteen Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray well he wasn't perfect in his NFL debut only six out of seven for forty four yards for Arizona mills be the calls twenty four sixteen browse with the Redskins thirty defend patriots follow the lines thirty one three undrafted rookie receiver Jacoby Meyers from NC state caught two passes from two different knowing when quarterbacks in the second quarter dolphins got by the falcons thirty four twenty seven Titans too much for the eagles twenty seven to ten raven shut out the judge you all's twenty nine to nothing panther's paw the bears twenty three thirteen running back Elijah Holyfield's first Kerry as a pro for Carolina he caught the ball up Chicago turned it into a touchdown but the rookie from Georgia got up and scored two touchdowns to ensure the victory I guess he learned a little bit about fighting back from his father boxing champ Evander Holyfield the real deal thank you for the Texans twenty eight twenty six in the Seahawks last the Broncos twenty two fourteen tonight buccaneer Steelers and the Vikings in the St PGA tour FedEx Cup playoffs first of three stages the northern trust at liberty national in Jersey city New Jersey Troy Merritt holds the first round lead at nine under par that's Friday sports it's seven till on American morning the field of dreams becomes a reality after these messages whenever it rains it's hard not to think about all the folks right here in our community who have no roofs over their heads no.

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"linda kasabian" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"linda kasabian" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Followers tex Watson Susan Atkins Patricia Krenwinkel and Linda Kasabian were also convicted Jim route Los Angeles all right let's switch gears at ten till Robert workman has sports baseball on Thursday Indians over the twin seven five in the battle for the top spot in the American League central Jose Ramirez drove in three runs Tyler Nick when added an insurance run with a Homer in the night the tribe which was eleven and a half games out in June is now just a game behind Minnesota Cup drought of the Reds twelve five Anthony Rizzo celebrated his thirtieth birthday with an RBI double in the first inning Nicholas because the honest mac a pair of jacks Ian happ went deep and drove in four and new Cup catcher Jonathan Lucroy three hits and two RBI in the Chicago debut Yankees belt of the blue jays twelve to six two more homers for G. O. R. Shelagh that's also where he hit to the night before as well to run rookie will be shed homered and also had a double nine straight game he's had a two bagger that's never been done before you should also the first rookie to have an extra base hit in nine straight games since nineteen thirty nine when some kid that it will make that the kid Ted Williams did it Tigers club as the Royals ten eight each team hit for dinners Jordy Mercer that hit the last one a two run walk off in the night Marlins bought the Braves nine two Brian Anderson went deep twice Ronald new junior had another big fly for Atlanta he's done that in three straight games and five of the last seven Padres pulverize the Rockies nine three Fernando touch east junior hit a leadoff home run for the second straight game and the sixth time this year red Sox blank the angels three nothing Chris sale eight innings to his thirteen strikeouts giants shut out the Phillies by nothing Madison Bumgarner didn't allow a hit until six Cesar Hernandez is a solid single up the middle the Phils only knock at the night madam went seven innings for his fourth straight win and Mike you Stransky homered and drove in three NFL preseason week one eleven games last night giants took the jets thirty one twenty two first round pick Daniel Jones went five for five on his opening drive including a twelve yard touchdown pass to Bennie Fowler okay now they like him in New York cardinals defeated the Chargers seventeen thirteen Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray well he wasn't perfect in his NFL debut only six out of seven for forty for you as for Arizona bills be the calls twenty four sixteen browse with the Redskins thirty defend patriots pummeled alliance thirty one three undrafted rookie receiver Jacoby Meyers from NC state caught two passes from two different New England quarterback in the second quarter dolphins got by the falcons thirty four twenty seven Titans too much for the eagles twenty seven to ten raven shut out the judge you all's twenty eight nine to nothing panther's paw the bears twenty three thirteen running back Elijah Holyfield's first carry as a pro for Carolina he caught the ball up Chicago turned it into a touchdown but the rookie from Georgia got up and scored two touchdowns to ensure the victory I guess he learned a little bit about fighting back on his father boxing champ Evander Holyfield the real deal packaged up the Texans twenty eight twenty six in the Seahawks last the Broncos twenty two fourteen tonight buccaneer Steelers and the Vikings in the St PGA tour FedEx Cup playoffs first of three stages the northern trust at liberty national in Jersey city New Jersey Troy Merritt holds the first round lead at nine under par that's Friday sports it's seven till next on American morning the field of dreams becomes a reality after these messages whenever it rains it's hard not to think about all the folks right here in our community who have no roofs over their heads no way to dry off no relief from the storm wouldn't it be nice.

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"linda kasabian" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

10:02 min | 1 year ago

"linda kasabian" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Welcome back to beyond reality radio some of the times we talk about stories were topics that are a bit macabre tonight is going to be one of those because late night on August eighth of nineteen sixty nine for Manson family members were directed to go to quote that house where Melcher used to live and totally destroy everyone in it as gruesome as you can end quote those instructions came from Charlie Manson and they were given to tex Watson Susan Atkins Linda Kasabian and Patricia Krenwinkel and they follow those instructions and made their way to one zero zero five zero cielo drive home that had been rented by film director Roman Polanski and his pregnant wife Sharon Tate at the home that night were Tate and three of her friends all of whom were unknown and completely unfamiliar with Manson and his followers Polanski was in London at the time as the clock moved into the early hours of August ninth nineteen sixty nine fifty years ago these very moments the home turned into an unbelievable hell of murder and torture as all of the occupants of the house including Tate and eight and a half months old unborn baby were savagely murdered in what appears to have been a case of being in the wrong place at the wrong time our guest tonight is a returning guest to the program chasing over a psychic astrologer but also a podcaster host of a program called death by misadventure JC welcome to back to beyond reality radio it's a pleasure to have you here tonight yes thank you thank you for having me back I appreciate it we'll be talking about some gruesome things tonight in a topic that make a look may make some people a bit uncomfortable because it is just it's one of those things where the truth is stranger than fiction certainly more disgusting or disturbing than fake than fiction in this case but before we get there this is an odd transition to make what have you been up to us and you're on the program last we're continuing to produced death by misadventure which is basically a podcast that follows the infamous gas of celebrities and and rock stars in so we recently just dead one on Sharon Tate and then prior to that which lane stably also I recently launched a kind of a second guide type one website called best psychics dot com B. E. S. T. and that's where people can go where they can look at reviews of other psychics online they can also find out information about different types of psychics astrology crystals just a variety of information and then we're going to be working on some unsolved murder mysteries starting in September the last time your all your here I believe we were talking about the twenty seven club and the deaths of many rock and roll musicians that for whatever reason whatever the circumstances were died at an early age of twenty seven years old yeah we we were talking I was on with Tom dray and we talked about on the twenty seven club which is basically Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix Kurt Cobain Amy Winehouse several rock stars that died at the age of twenty seven which is from an astrological perspective it's a very significant time people are just getting ready to go into their Saturn return which is basically were person it's going into adulthood but at that time a lot of tragic circumstances can happen and also a lot of positive ones lots of times people get married they have children they moved but for these particular rock stars during their life even Jim Morris and it was a very pivotal time for them and it seems like if we were researching each podcast as we write the podcasts and investigate what's going on usually we find that most of them have some type of premonition that so that the end is near or something there's going to be kind of a twist of fate and also there was always some numerology numerology aspect to it some people that follow numbers or mystical members we found in a lot of these podcasts that we've written and produced the number six comes up quite frequently also along with the number nine and the number seven so it's kind of interesting you start to see a pattern and we saw the same with the Sharon Tate as well when you see those numbers come up often do they come up through him no numerology standpoint whereby a numerologist will take the person's name induce those numbers are you seeing them things like addresses or phone numbers or just you know numbers it happened be affiliated with the story it's numbers like for example a person's life path number is based on the day that you were born in the month to date in the year and when you people those numbers and reduce it to a six single digit Thatcher your life path number for example for Sharon Tate her life path number which affects the Roman Polanski his life path number was a sex tex Watson slice cop number was a six and the house that they lived at one zero zero five zero she'll feed me drive with the number six as well so you have that six six six energy vibrating so six can be a super positive number about family love and relationships but when you start seeing that number frequently and depending on what type of energy is going on around person at the time or where they live it can be a double edged sword and can turn incredibly negative and we've seen that in a pattern I think we shared with you a story when we were on the show as a deal of beach which is a British band that died and sweet and a few years ago in a freak accident the car drove off the bridge and the manager of the whole band died but it was like they died on the day number six like all the band members wife Catherine number six like there's all this kind of strange mystical maybe people might say it's a coincidence but we have seen a pattern as we studied all these different stories now as you continue to evolve and mold your podcast there seems to be in an amazing surge in the number of people that are interested in true crime particularly unsolved true crime what's what's the fascination that serves seems to be taking our culture by hold well I think it's a part of the unknown I think for true crime stories a lot of the true crime women for whatever reason tend to be one of the bigger audience for our particular podcast our main audiences I think it's like seventy five percent male and twenty five percent email I think it might be because we cover a lot of stuff rock stars and and bands and things like that but I think people are always curious about the afterlife and and is it just for you at the wrong place at the wrong time is it just a coincidence or there do you have some karmic stayed attached with that person you know what was going on in your life people are trying to figure out like why did this terrible thing happened to this person could have been avoided was there a warning did they feel like something bad might happen and people are curious people want to know what life has in store for them but also what may be in store for them in the afterlife is there more than just what we see here on earth is there a god here are there ghosts I think that's why people are fascinated with true crime and the paranormal as a psychic astrologer what do you think of the after life do you have an opinion yeah actually I do I started I had a near death experience at the age of four I was on a church retreat and I I drowned basically and then this sixteen year old boy rescued me out of this cold and save my life basically but at the time I was like I had this out of body experience where I saw myself drowning and I was like my my friend that was with me this little friend she was trying to get people's attention to say you know Hey she's drowning and no one would pay attention to our and finally these teenage boys song in this one boy came and saved me and since that time I feel like all of us have psychic ability and sometimes I've found that when people are involved in some type of tragic situation or perhaps an accident or involved in some type of trauma it kind of lifts the veil so that you're more open to see the other side I always feel connected with spirit since I was little I was never afraid of death but I was also raised in an environment that not to be afraid of it I was more fascinated by it and communication with spirit and even for you know when our family members or friends pass on I do feel like that you still have a connection with that person and I also feel like certain homes like if somebody died in the house it will leave the psychic imprint of that particular energy and I think you know as for the next ten twenty thirty years I think it'll be easier or more people be able to communicate with the dead more people astrology and and psychics will be part of everyday life we've got about a minute here before we have to go to our first break and that's not enough time to start discussing the Sharon Tate murder but I wanted find out a little bit more about.

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"linda kasabian" Discussed on WWL

WWL

10:02 min | 1 year ago

"linda kasabian" Discussed on WWL

"Welcome back to beyond reality radio some of the times we talk about stories were topics that are a bit macabre tonight is going to be one of those because late night on August eighth of nineteen sixty nine for Manson family members were directed to go to quote that house where Melcher used to live and totally destroy everyone in it as gruesome as you can end quote those instructions came from Charlie Manson and they were given to tex Watson Susan Atkins Linda Kasabian and Patricia Krenwinkel and they follow those instructions and made their way to one zero zero five zero cielo drive home that had been rented by film director Roman Polanski and his pregnant wife Sharon Tate at the home that night were Tate and three of her friends all of whom were unknown and completely unfamiliar with Manson and his followers Polanski was in London at the time as the clock moved into the early hours of August ninth nineteen sixty nine fifty years ago these very moments the home turned into an unbelievable hell of murder and torture as all of the occupants of the house including Tate and eight and a half months old unborn baby were savagely murdered in what appears to have been a case of being in the wrong place at the wrong time our guest tonight is a returning guest to the program chasing over a psychic astrologer but also a podcaster host of a program called death by misadventure JC welcome to back to beyond reality radio it's a pleasure to have you here tonight yes thank you thank you for having me back I appreciate it we'll be talking about some gruesome things tonight in a topic that make a look may make some people a bit uncomfortable because it is just it's one of those things where the truth is stranger than fiction certainly more disgusting or disturbing than fake than fiction in this case but before we get there this is an odd transition to make what have you been up to us and you're on the program last we're continuing to produced death by misadventure which is basically a podcast that follows the infamous deaths of celebrities and and rock stars in so we recently just dead one on Sharon Tate and then prior to that which lane stably also I recently launched a kind of a second guide type one website called best psychics dot com B. E. S. T. and that's where people can go where they can look at reviews of other psychics online they can also find out information about different types of psychics astrology crystals just a variety of information and then we're going to be working on some unsolved murder mystery starting in September the last time your all your here I believe we were talking about the twenty seven club and the deaths of many rock and roll musicians that for whatever reason whatever the circumstances were died in an early age twenty seven years old yeah we we were talking I was on with Tom dray and we talked about on the twenty seven club which is basically Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix Kurt Cobain Amy Winehouse several rock stars but died at the age of twenty seven which is from an astrological perspective it's a very significant time people are just getting ready to go into their Saturn return which is basically where a person is going into adulthood but at that time a lot of Odjick circumstances can happen and also a lot of positive one flight of times people get married they have children they moved that for these particular rock stars during their life even Jim Morris and it was a very pivotal time for them and it seems like if we were researching each podcast as we write the podcast and investigate what's going on usually we find that most of them have some type of premonition that so that the end is near or something there's going to be kind of a twist of fate and also there was always some numerology numerology aspect to it some people that follow numbers or mystical members we found in a lot of these podcasts that we've written and produced the number six comes up quite frequently also along with the number nine and the number seven so it's kind of interesting you start to see a pattern and we saw the same with Sharon Tate as well when you say those numbers come up often do they come up through him no numerology standpoint whereby a numerologist will take the person's name and deduce those numbers are you seeing them things like addresses or phone numbers or just you know numbers it happened be affiliated with the story it's numbers like for example a person's life path number is based on the day that you were born in the month to date in the here and when you equal those numbers and reduce it to a six single digit Thatcher your life path number for example for Sharon Tate her life path number which affects the Roman Polanski his life path number was a sex tex Watson's life path number was a six and the house that they lived at one zero zero five zero Sheila CBO drive was a number six as well so you have that six six six energy vibrating so six can be a super positive number about family love and relationships but when you start seeing that number frequently and depending on what type of energy is going on around person at the time or where they lived it can be a double edged sword and can turn incredibly negative and we've seen that in a pattern I think we shared with you the story well we were on the show as the the beach which is a British band that died in sweet and a few years ago and in a freak accident the car drove off the bridge and the manager of the whole band died but it was like they died on the day number six like all the band members wife Catherine number six like there's all this kind of strange mystical maybe people might say it's a coincidence but we have seen a pattern as we studied all these different stories now as you continue to valves and mold your podcast there seems to be in an amazing surge in the number of people that are interested in true crime particularly unsolved true crime what's what's the fascination that seems to be taking our culture by hold well I think it's a part of the unknown I think for true crime stories a lot of the true crime as women for whatever reason tend to be one of the bigger audience for our particular podcast our main audiences I think it's like seventy five percent male and twenty five percent email I think it might be because we cover a lot of stuff rock stars and and bands and things like that but I think people are always curious about the afterlife and and is it just for you at the wrong place at the wrong time is it just a coincidence or there do you have some karmic stayed attached with that person you know what was going on in your life people are trying to figure out like why did this terrible thing happened to this person could have been avoided was there a warning did they feel like something bad might happen and people are curious people want to know what life has in store for them but also what may be in store for them in the afterlife is there more than just what we see here on earth is there a god here are there ghosts I think that's why people are fascinated with true crime and the paranormal as a psychic astrologer what do you think of the after life do you have an opinion actually I do I started I had a near death experience at the age of four I was on a church retreat and I I drowned basically and then this sixteen year old boy rescued me out of this cold and save my life basically but at the time I was like I had this out of body experience where I saw myself drowning and I was like my my friend that was with me this little friend she was trying to get people's attention to say you know Hey she's drowning and no one would pay attention to our and finally these teenage boys song in this one boy came and saved me and since that time I feel like all of us have psychic ability and sometimes I found that when people are involved in some type of tragic situation or perhaps an accident or involved in some type of trauma it kind of lifts the veil so that you're more open to see the other side I always feel connected with spirit since I was little I was never afraid of death but I was also raised in an environment that not to be afraid of it I was more fascinated by it and communication with spirit and even for you know when our family members or friends pass on I do feel like that you still have a connection with that person and I also feel like certain homes like if somebody died in the house it will leave the psychic imprint of that particular energy and I think you know as for the next ten twenty thirty years I think it'll be easier or more people be able to communicate with the dead more people astrology and and psychics will be part of everyday life we've got about a minute here before we have to go to our first break and that's not enough time to start discussing the Sharon Tate murder but I want to find out a little bit more about the podcast in that time how.

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"linda kasabian" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

10:01 min | 1 year ago

"linda kasabian" Discussed on KNSS

"Welcome back to beyond reality radio or some of the times we talk about stories were topics that are a bit macabre tonight is going to be one of those because late night on August eighth of nineteen sixty nine for Manson family members were directed to go to quote that house where Melcher used to live and totally destroy everyone in it as gruesome as you can end quote those instructions came from Charlie Manson and they were given to tex Watson Susan Atkins Linda Kasabian and Patricia Krenwinkel and they follow those instructions and made their way to one zero zero five zero cielo drive home that had been rented by film director Roman Polanski and his pregnant wife Sharon Tate at the home that night were Tate and three of her friends all of whom were unknown and completely unfamiliar with Manson and his followers Polanski was in London at the time as the clock moved into the early hours of August ninth nineteen sixty nine fifty years ago these very moments the home turned into an unbelievable hell of murder and torture as all of the occupants of the house including Tate and eight and a half months old unborn baby we're savagely murdered in what appears to have been a case of being in the wrong place at the wrong time our guest tonight is a returning guest to the program chasing over a psychic astrologer but also a podcaster host of a program called death by misadventure JC welcome to back to be on reality radio it's a pleasure to have you here tonight yes thank you thank you for having me back I appreciate it we'll be talking about some gruesome things tonight in a topic that make a look may make some people a bit uncomfortable because it is just it's one of those things where the truth is stranger than fiction certainly more disgusting or disturbing than fake than fiction in this case but before we get there this is an odd transition to make what have you been up to us and you're on the program last we're continuing to produced death by misadventure which is basically a podcast that follows the infamous deaths of celebrities and and rock stars in so we recently just dead one on Sharon Tate and then prior to that which lane stably also I recently launched a kind of a second guide type one website called best psychics dot com B. E. S. T. and that's where people can go where they can look at reviews of other psychics online they can also find out information about different types of psychics astrology crystals just a variety of information and then we're going to be working on some unsolved murder mystery starting in September the last time your all your here I believe we were talking about the twenty seven club and the deaths of many rock and roll musicians that for whatever reason whatever the circumstances were died at an early age twenty seven years old yeah we we were talking I was on with Tom dray and we talked about on the twenty seven club which is basically Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix Kurt Cobain Amy Winehouse several rock stars that died at the age of twenty seven which is from an astrological perspective it's a very significant time people are just getting ready to go into their Saturn return which is basically were person it's going into adulthood but at that time a lot of I think circumstances can happen and also a lot of positive one flight of times people get married they have children they moved that for these particular rock stars during their life even Jim Morrison it was a very pivotal time for them and it seems like if we were researching each podcast as we write the podcast and investigate what's going on usually we find that most of them have some type of premonition that such that the end is near or something there's going to be kind of a twist of fate and also there was always some numerology numerology aspect to it some people that follow numbers or mystical members we found in a lot of these podcasts that leaves written and produced the number six comes up quite frequently also along with the number nine and the number seven so it's kind of interesting you start to see a pattern and we saw the same with the Sharon Tate as well when you see those numbers come up often do they come up through my new numerology standpoint whereby a numerologist will take the person's name and deduce those numbers are you seeing them things like addresses or phone numbers or just you know numbers it happened be affiliated with the story numbers like for example a person's life path number is based on the day that you were born in the month to date in the year and when you people those numbers and reduce it to a six single digit Thatcher your life path number for example for Sharon Tate her life path number which is six to Roman Polanski his life path number was a sex tex Watson slice cop number was a six and the house that they lived at one zero zero five zero feel if you DO drive was a number six as well if you have that six six six energy vibrating so six can be a super positive number about family love and relationships but when you start seeing that number frequently and depending on what type of energy is going on around person at the time or where they live it can be a double edged sword and can turn incredibly negative and we've seen that in a pattern I think we shared with you the story well we were on the show as the the beach which is a British band that died in sweet and a few years ago in a freak accident the car drove off the bridge and the manager of the whole band died but it was like they died on the day number six like all the band members wife Catherine number six like there's all this kind of strange mystical maybe people might say it's a coincidence but we have seen a pattern as we studied all these different stories now as you continue to evolves and mold your podcast there seems to be an amazing surge in the number of people that are interested in true crime particularly unsolved true crime what's what's the fascination that seems to be taking our culture by hold well I think it's all part of the unknown I think for true crime stories a lot of the true crime women for whatever reason tend to be one of the bigger audience for our particular podcast our main audiences I think it's like seventy five percent male and twenty five percent email I think it might be because we cover a lot of stuff rock stars and and bands and things like that but I think people are always curious about the afterlife and and is it just for you at the wrong place at the wrong time is it just a coincidence or there or do you have some karmic stayed attached with that person you know what was going on in your life people are trying to figure out like why did this terrible thing happened to this person could have been avoided was there a warning did they feel like something bad might happen and people are curious people want to know what life has in store for them but also what may be in store for them in the afterlife is there more than just what we see here on earth is there a god here are there ghosts I think that's why people are fascinated with true crime and the paranormal as a psychic astrologer what do you think of the after life do you have an opinion actually I do I started I had a near death experience at the age of four I was on a church retreat and I I drowned basically and then this sixteen year old boy rescued me out of this cold and save my life basically but at the time I was like I had this out of body experience where I saw myself drowning and I was like my my friend that was with me this little friend she was trying to get people's attention to say you know Hey she's drowning and no one would pay attention to our and finally these teenage boys song in this one boy came and saved me and since that time I feel like all of us have psychic ability and sometimes I found that when people are involved in some type of tragic situation or perhaps an accident or involved in some type of trauma it kind of lifts the veil so that you're more open to see the other side I always feel connected with spirit since I was little I was never afraid of death but I was also raised in an environment that not to be afraid of it I was more fascinated by it and communication with spirit and even for you know when our family members or friends pass on I do feel like that you still have a connection with that person and I also feel like certain homes like if somebody died in the house it will leave the psychic imprint of that particular energy and I think you know as for the next ten twenty thirty years I think it'll be easier or more people be able to communicate with the dead more people astrology and and psychics will be part of everyday life we've got about a minute here before we have to go to our first break and that's not enough time to start discussing the Sharon Tate murder but I want to find out a little bit more about.

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"linda kasabian" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

10:02 min | 1 year ago

"linda kasabian" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Welcome back to beyond reality radio or some of the times we talked about stories were topics that are a bit macabre tonight is going to be one of those because late night on August eighth of nineteen sixty nine for Manson family members were directed to go to quote that house where Melcher used to live and totally destroy everyone in it as gruesome as you can end quote those instructions came from Charlie Manson and they were given to tex Watson Susan Atkins Linda Kasabian and Patricia Krenwinkel and they follow those instructions and made their way to one zero zero five zero cielo drive home that had been rented by film director Roman Polanski and his pregnant wife Sharon Tate at the home that night were Tate and three of her friends all of whom were unknown and completely unfamiliar with Manson and his followers Polanski was in London at the time as the clock moved into the early hours of August ninth nineteen sixty nine fifty years ago these very moments the home turned into an unbelievable hell of murder and torture as all of the occupants of the house including Tate and her eight and a half months old unborn baby were savagely murdered in what appears to have been a case of being in the wrong place at the wrong time our guest tonight is a returning guest to the program chasing over a psychic astrologer but also a podcaster host of a program called death by misadventure JC welcome to back to be on reality radio it's a pleasure to have you here tonight yeah thank you thank you for having me back I appreciate it really talking about some gruesome things tonight and a topic that make a look may make some people a bit uncomfortable because it is just it's one of those things were the truth is stranger than fiction certainly more disgusting or disturbing the fake than fiction in this case but before we get there this is an odd transition to make what have you been up to us and you're on the program last we're continuing to produced death by misadventure which is basically a podcast that follows the infamous deaths of celebrities and and rock stars in so we recently just dead one on Sharon Tate and then prior to that which lane stably also I recently launched a kind of a second guide type one website called best psychics dot com B. E. S. T. and that's where people can go where they can look at reviews of other psychics online they can also find out information about different types of with psychics astrology crystals just a variety of information and then we're going to be working on some unsolved murder mysteries starting in September the last time your all your here I believe we were talking about the twenty seven club and the deaths of many rock and roll musicians that for whatever reason whatever the circumstances were died at an early age of twenty seven years old we are we we were talking I was on with Tom dray and we talked about on the twenty seven club which is basically a Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix Kurt Cobain Amy Winehouse several rock stars that died at the age of twenty seven which is from an astrological perspective it's a very significant time people are just getting ready to go into their Saturn return which is basically were person it's going into adulthood but at that time a lot of tragic circumstances can happen and also a lot of positive one flight of times people get married they have children they moved that for these particular rock stars during their life even Jim Morris and it was a very pivotal time for them and it seems like if we were researching each podcast as we write the podcasts and investigate what's going on usually we find that most of them have some type of premonition that so that the end is near or something there's going to be kind of a twist of fate and also there was always some numerology numerology aspect to it some people that follow numbers or mystical members we found in a lot of these podcasts that leaves written and produced the number six comes up quite frequently also along with the number nine and the number seven so it's kind of interesting you start to see a pattern and we felt the same way it's Sharon Tate as well when you see those numbers come up often do they come up through him no numerology standpoint whereby a numerologist will take the person's name and deduce those numbers are you seeing them things like addresses or phone numbers or just you know in numbers it happened be affiliated with the story it's numbers like for example a person's life path number is based on the day that you were born in the month to date in the here and when you people those numbers and reduce it to a six single digit Thatcher your life path number for example for Sharon Tate her life path number which affects the Roman Polanski his life path number was a sex tex Watson slice cop number was a six and the house that they lived at one zero zero five zero she'll feed me drive was a number six as well if you have that six six six energy vibrating so six can be a super positive number about family love and relationships but when you start seeing that number frequently and depending on what type of energy is going on around person at the time or where they live it can be a double edged sword and can turn incredibly negative and we've seen that in a pattern I think we shared with you a story over on the show as deal with beach which is a British band that died in sweet and a few years ago in a freak accident the car drove off a bridge in the manager of the whole band died but it was like they died on the day number six like all the band members wife Catherine number six like there's all this kind of strange mystical maybe people might say it's a coincidence but we have seen a pattern as we studied all these different stories now as you continue to valves and mold your podcast there seems to be in it an amazing surge in the number of people that are interested in true crime particularly unsolved true crime what's what's the fascination that seems to be taking our culture by hold well I think it's all part of the unknown I think for true crime stories a lot of the true crime the women for whatever reason tend to be one of the bigger audience for our particular podcast our main audiences I think it's like seventy five percent male and twenty five percent email I think it might be because we cover a lot of stuff rock stars and and bands and things like that but I think people are always curious about the afterlife and and is it just for you at the wrong place at the wrong time is it just a coincidence or there do you have some karmic stayed attached with that person you know what was going on in your life people are trying to figure out like why did this terrible thing happened to this person could have been avoided was there a warning did they feel like something bad might happen and people are curious people want to know what life has in store for them but also what may be in store for them in the afterlife is a more than just what we see here on earth is there a god here are there goes I think that's why people are fascinated with true crime and the paranormal as a psychic astrologer what do you think of the after life do you have an opinion actually I do I started I had a near death experience at the age of four I was on a church retreat and I I drowned basically an and this sixteen year old boy rescued me out of this cold and I save my life basically but at the time I was like I had this out of body experience where I saw myself drowning and I was like my my friend that was with me this little friend she was trying to get people's attention to say you know Hey she's drowning and no one would pay attention to our and finally these teenage boys song in this one boy came and saved me and since that time I feel like all of us have psychic ability and sometimes I've found that when people are involved in some type of tragic situation or perhaps an accident or involved in some type of trauma it kind of lifts the veil so that you're more open to see the other side I always feel connected with spirit since I was little I was never afraid of death but I was also raised in an environment that not to be afraid of it I was more fascinated by it and communication with spirit and even for you know when our family members or friends pass on I do feel like that you still have a connection with that person and I also feel like certain homes like if somebody died in the house it will leave the psychic imprint of that particular energy and I think you know as for the next ten twenty thirty years I think it'll be easier or more people be able to communicate with the dead more people astrology and and psychics will be part of everyday life so we've got about a minute here before we have to go to our first break and that's not enough time to start discussing the Sharon Tate murder but I wanted find out a little bit more about the podcast in that time how.

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"linda kasabian" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

14:12 min | 1 year ago

"linda kasabian" Discussed on KGO 810

"The star witness against him as the messiah come again the second coming of Christ Linda Kasabian who earlier had accused Manson of masterminding seven murders revealed that she thought Manson was Christ that he generated love and fewer troops and that she had been in love with him defense attorney Paul fitzgerald said isn't it true Manson didn't care to have you near him there was no direct response to this first move by the defense to show that Mrs can save him is testifying against Manson because he's corner good afternoon I'm Pat thirst and my guess is either Davis and his book is called Manson exposed it's it's an amazing book a reporter's fifty year journey into madness and murder and it's fast paced and when you start reading it you're going to remember certain things that you've heard or that you remember from the time if you're old enough I bet you're gonna learn so much more and I'm fascinated by your journey itself I've or and one of the things that you did was you went out to the Spahn ranch and you talked with the people out there who was still living out there at the time what was that like I know that you spoke with squeaky from what did you learn well you know one of the I I I'm not sure it's jump back to one of the sound bites you use Charlie Manson was describing his father was as a bunch of kids working out their problems how lovely that is his net anyway well I went out and I discovered completely contradictory stuff mention it being arrested and he was happy and in the area of independent you've been arrested not for murder at that time he being arrested for concept and the centers are storming court I raced back to southern California and went to the Spahn ranch and they're right I just had an incredible story I spoke to a squeaky Fromme and a bunch of other people and those who are devoted to mention said lovely things about him but there were two or three or four guys including a pole and and Brooks Boston and what gives a Brooks Boston who just laid it out for me in the in the car on the way that I I I sat there in disbelief I mean they said that Manson was to help to old intents and purposes the members of that plan Jesus Christ he decided what they would do he fed them drugs he he might even believe he was Jesus he ran the old years he organized it with like Danzig skills I mean it's it's it's it was incredible and then Watkins and pasta and told me that that they'll just go to the Beatles white album tranice about this secret messages to Charlie about a black white race war and when I heard that because I knew the Beatles because I traveled with the beetle because I knew they lyrics I thought to myself this is the biggest load of old you know what but I listened and they really believe that they believe that the lyrics from the Beatles white album was secret messages from the Beatles and lance and brainwash these people to believe that was the case and that the Beatles were predicting a race war well I must say I went to weigh in shock and disbelief these young people had being so call need into believing this and I knew instantly that that was that was lala land yeah and I did get a land and it's astonishing to think that somebody would believe that Manson was Jesus Christ and yet he was perpetrating these murders were the people did the rest of the family did they know that these murders were taking place or was this something that was just with an elite corps of Manson's followers a water leak core new at particularly the participants but since I got back from the killings that Sharon Tate and the killings at the lobby on his house they posted they talked about it to a small coterie of members it was still there and they were shocked and I actually believe it or not put the television on a watch the news reports the shocking reports of the murders at the Tate house in the lobby on gas so they knew and they they quickly realized that Charlie was behind it because that goes Osho boasted to them quietly that they what they have to testify didn't emerges so it was craziness and Manson created an environment that certainly was nothing like a bunch of kids working out their problems well he created a chaotic environment in the court room to once the trial actually began there were yeah I want to talk a little bit about that but didn't the Charlie had a death list and I didn't know about that there were people on it like Steve McQueen Frank Sinatra Dean Martin and Elizabeth Taylor well what was that about how did they find out that they were on a Manson deathless well here's what happened Susan Atkins who was going to be the chief prosecution witness had confessed to estimate and then she was brought before the Los Angeles grand jury and she's ensuring spilling it all out she said that Charlie had it definitely is an older people you're mentioning building this but Tyler Richard Burton and the queen were on this definitely is now to be honest with you I'm not even sure and I don't really believe there was a death list but he made quite a sensational story particularly as it was part of the grand jury transcript and the local daily newspaper in Los Angeles ran with it headline and and Susan Atkins talked about it but I think it was part of her fevered crazy imagination but as soon as that story came out Hollywood went into a new wave of panic I mean all these guys Steve McQueen ended up sleeping with that shot Gondry bed and a pistol under his pillow these people were terrified and and so there is a death list exist maybe maybe not there were other famous people who had certain connections to Charlie Dennis Wilson of the beach boys was one what was his connection well the Dennis Wilson connection was strange and here's here's what happened you mention goes way hitch hiking down Pacific coast highway in Malibu and Dennis will send a good shoulder the walls show these young tricks picked them up and they got into a heated and at night he did but that a passionate discussion the coach said we have a guru who we think is three zero is that it's Jesus and you must meet him and Dennis Wilson said I know my goal really is a guy called to my receipt so they got on very well and then some time later and he picked he picked the girls up again and he took him back to his mention on Sunset Boulevard it was at the civic palisades sunset Boulevard mentioned was owned by movie stars Dennis was living there and Dennis was free and easy with his hospitality he left the goes bad and he came back out the recording session at two in the morning and lo and behold there was a black bass in the driveway any minute Mr Manson and believe it or not the two hit it off so well he invited Charlie indigo to move in and can you believe that Johnny indigo's moved in with Dennis Wilson and Dennis Wilson then gave gave the Manson gang entree to Neil Young and and and Terry Melcher and the Mamas and the Papas you came to see that Manson suddenly realized this is my possible to rock and roll of fame and he saw himself as what at potential rock and roll star he played the guitar which he learned to play in jail he wrote a few songs any any sudden in his mind said I'm going to be a rock star I'm gonna be bigger than the Beatles I'm gonna be somebody who people well our store well it didn't quite work out that way are Dennis will soon introduce him to Terry Melcher the son of Doris Day Terry Melcher was somewhat enamored with man sues sybarite kick lifestyle and the ghost and Terry Melcher arranged Charlie Manson Sabah I'm recording a location and then Terry Melcher decided he didn't want Manson on his record label mansion was somewhat upset by that and and the two separated but but the point was that mention got this entree with his goes to the strata of top level rock and roll people in Hollywood in any did it to Brian Wilson at so with Terry Melcher I mean how did he react when you know Charlie states go ahead yeah sorry to interrupt you but yet Dennis Wilson at never got involved it was Brian Dennis Wilson was the guy and who was the right right right yeah Brian Wilson wasn't what he's brought about yet Dennis was a crazy wild ride drama right yeah most promising not that crazy but anyway lot of our guy about apple your dramas out there I apologize where where where we now Melcher how did he respond well Terry Melcher was an interesting guy I mean he had a great track record with the birds and many other rock groups is a producer and he was fascinated with the Manson lifestyle and fascinated by the Manson girls and he went out to the Spahn ranch and and he actually auditioned Charlie and that Charlie was auditioned by some other people but Sam out along the way Terry Melcher became this enamored with Manson and everybody seems to think Terry Melcher who lived on cielo drive in Beverly hills was of Charlie is murdered at that Charlie knew that Terry Melcher and his girlfriend Candice Bergen actress Margot Adler ask Joe Melcher had a brief encounter with Charlie Manson which I know because I interviewed him he lived to regret to his dying day I would think so listen we've got a a listener with a call here hang on just a second I will let's bring on Keith Keith is in Petaluma he thought I welcome to KGO you're with I'd work go ahead hi I can wrap my head around narratively the idea that they believed he was Jesus Christ I can wrap my head around the kind of psychosis in that and also the psychosis and believing the Beatles albums said what they believed it said I just at a level if this were truly a movie and I were in the audience how could I believe what what I'd be led to believe about the persons who were dispatched to the house to kill Mrs Mrs Tate and her unborn child never did they were they in any sense was Susan Atkins in any sense of where that these were human beings innocent human beings orders of what what can you can you give me their state of mind when they were conducting the place and not just during the butchery but afterwards did they ever show remorse for the brutal gun all all murders of these innocent people what what about it I've worked well please I I know I'm first certainty that they did not show any remorse I mean Susan Atkins said well she deserved it did you have in their crack bought mine but let me also let me throw the question in a way back to you both and here's a crash yet if you took LSD if you took a multitude of mind expanding drugs and I asked you off you were what yup yup brain was full of that to go out and kill people would you go out and kill people because your dust control of your mind well I I would hope not to some extent if you're saying that they were literally intoxicated by LSD and multiple drug that answers it for make up for sure yes no one more quick question really say at the time of the murders of war they tripping then I bore yes okay they were all right okay there were high okay in the same sense was Brian Wilson who was enamored of him for our or whichever Wilson Dennis whichever Wilson was enamored of the did Charlie have the ability hi I there are so many questions or did he come across as charismatic in a way that a movie star would or were there any hints and how did he describes his psychosis in those kinds of interaction with a determined off turn on kind of thing he could turn it off and he could turn it on he could be Mr Tshombe could smooths told anybody into anything each and with Dennis Wilson you're going to realize to be honest with you that Dennis walls hi most of the time I mean Dennis was okay with that out of control and Dennis sees his guy and thinks my god he's brilliant I mean Neil Young listen to at Charlie Manson glance at what you know he sounds like a a a a a could it could be Bob Dylan's shows people at and I mean are under legislate drugs can do double sinks to your mind and I see us that that emphasize things I mean you said the police are telling me to make the bike but you said you could see why 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"linda kasabian" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"linda kasabian" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

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