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"lyle blackburn" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:24 min | 6 months ago

"lyle blackburn" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Was but was drafted 56. That's when Lyle Blackburn coach and that's when he was picked up and he was a late dressed wasn't what they could get. 27 It was it was really late. It's a chance to have the amount of the check time. Just curious. How much the check amount of the check. I don't think no big deal. It's just I have the amount that it went for. I don't know we want that which is higher than the amount of the check her when it went for without knowing what the Jenkins this will be. If you're wrong, that you're gonna be wrong, But this will be no Justice Truman. Did you ever meet Vince Lombardi? I certainly did. I interviewed him back in 1963 at the Madison Pen in my club. I remember that club was it late at night. Like after midnight or No, it was lunch. It was lunch at my club had a luncheon and Lombardi was guest speaker. Follow the rules. Where the American that he wasn't taken. It would not be interviewed by anybody. We changed that, and we wi I was working in the RD X TV and record at the time, and we interviewed him and exclusive at that point, So that's how you get the bulldog that that right there. That's that's part of the whole bulldog. Drummond thing you got. You got the that Was he intimidating to talk to. Oh, yeah, I've never Yes, I'll tell you that will make a long story went up. There's indicate. The rules were about to hit. The Marty did not want to be interviewed, but by them, Ivan Williamson was the former football coach in Wisconsin. Later the athletic directory was at that time I knew him and I mentioned Williams and, Gee, I'd like to interview Vince. And the bar and Williamson had a couple of belts. I think under a little about it, but, hey, that would be fun. That would be funny about a bucket and he went up in bug Lombardi his Williams on and convinced him to talk briefly to me. Now you gotta bear in mind when we did that interview with Lombardi in 1963 2 things have happened. To put a damper on the Packers season. First of all, Paul Hornung, star no and pass receiver and kicker had been declared ineligible right suspended by Pete Rozelle for gambling on sports, and then there's body blow. This is the new story angle on it when I was there that then Lombardi traded without any reason made any logic. Star defensive and Bill Quinlan formerly played at Michigan State. I think to the Eagles for a future draft choice. Three deal deal of them makes sense. And frankly, we found out later that Lombardi had no one to get ready quickly because Clinton made some remarks about his personal but his physical stature and he didn't like it did not make sense. And the first thing we asked Lombardy at that interview when he first got up, Let's make it short. How long is this going to take this? It'll be two minutes and that's about as bank has the first question events. Packer fans are wondering. Why you gave up the veteran Bill Quinlan for a future remembers your championship last year, and he turned and looked at me. It looks like he said. That's what you know what, you know thing rationalizing by saying he had a young rookie by the name of landlord that place of Quinlan. And that would be a note. No damage lost. It all would have turned out for bear fans. Remember 63 year the Bears won the right in that first game, they played Green Bay at Green Bay at Lambeau Field. And the and the Bears won That game tend to three by going around of old urges and like a group around, wait there, you know, after the game, Lombardi contended. This boy ordered did a great job. Obviously, he felt he had to do something. Yeah, because he looked bad on it. And those who followed the game. Then remember that Bears went on to win the title by 1/2 game over Green Bay. So that early game at Lambeau Field we win meant the difference in winning and losing the champ. Now the jury, could you keep records? Earnings or did you record when you didn't interview somebody like that, or is that was done on film we did. I did not have a Orel Hope recorder but was done on film. Not not videotape. It is today is done on film. Oh, yes. So that could be out there on the Internet somewhere that it could be. I could look at it. It's me. I might have the wrong film. I start looking at all that stuff about now. Maybe, maybe like an idiot If I did, that's pretty beat, though. Very cool. Well, that's the first item in which ended higher. We've got the Vince Lombardi signed Packers checked the Vern Llewellyn. The second item a Julius Erving, Dr J 7 1972 73 Rookie card tops rookie card. So seven. That's on a scale of 1 to 10. So a seven is considered near mint. Nice condition for 72 73 card. Now, here's another one. I wonder Jenna drama never met Richard Nixon. Official National League GM Matti signed baseball have addiction, but I did and the amount he know, but I had my interview addiction one on one on two occasions. Wow. Really? That while he was not good press he was that was when he was running in 68 against Okay. He was not quite president to you than Vince Lombardi was, Yes, yes, and the fourth item. Jim Brown, 1958 tops rookie card Say six. So on a scale of 1 to 10. It's a six. So which of those four ended hired?.

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"lyle blackburn" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"lyle blackburn" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"News talk ten ten. It was a dark and stormy night is not the way those really bad hor novels or supposed to begin. But it happens to be true. It's a dark and stormy night driving down the Don valley Parkway into Toronto on my way to the radio station. It was coming down hard. My wipers couldn't keep up. It was. I'm not gonna say it was biblical. That's over Hughes. But really it was just a typical hard rain in April in southern Ontario. But the rain and the thunder and the lightning has me in the mood for. Some ghost stories so in that sense will continue on with last night's theme with Dr Susan Martinez and her controversial field guide to the spirit world, which was followed by the faceless, hairy, smelly monster, Missouri. Affectionately referred to as Momo with legend hundred Lyle Blackburn. That was all good fun. We'll keep that going in the first hour when paranormal researcher author Steve Ascher makes his return to coast with his third volume on hunted. Western kentucky. In our one the huntings of Saint Vincent academy. Compelling tales of a Catholic orphanage in western Kentucky and will brave the curse of the black. None monstrous trip deeds at slack. Farm's burial mound and shadows of children long. Did who remain forever? Locked into a hell from which they cannot escape. And then in hours two three and four will leave the paranormal behind and head into the rich fertile ground of conspiracy and corruption in American politics, Don Jeffries returns to discuss his expensive and impressive new Thome crimes and cover ups in American politics. Seventeen seventy six to nineteen sixty three the history. They didn't teach you in school. For far too long American history has been left in the unreliable hands of those that author Donald Jeffries refers to as the court historians crimes and cover-ups fights back by scrutinizing, the accepted history of everything from the American war of independence, the establishment reputation of Thomas Jefferson, and the other founding fathers, the civil war the Lincoln assassination both world wars. US government experimentation on prisoners mental patients innocent children and whole populated areas. The Lindbergh baby kidnapping and much much more secular scenes like ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Teddy Roosevelt and Franklin D Roosevelt examined in a critical way. They seldom have been Jeffrey spares, no one and nothing in his explosive new book, it's a sprawling text covering nearly two hundred years of American history. And with that, I welcome you To the audio imaginary come on in weary, traveller hang your cloak in a pig. Grab stool and come gather around the fire. There are stories to be told and you are among France. I'm Richard Serra. This is coast to coast AM. Why don't you stay awhile?.

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"lyle blackburn" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"lyle blackburn" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"It was a dark and stormy night. Isn't that the way those really bad hor novels or supposed to begin? But it happens to be true. It's a dark and stormy night driving down the Don valley Parkway into Toronto on my way to the radio station. It was coming down hard, my wipers couldn't keep up. It was. I'm not gonna say it was biblical. That's overused. But really it was just a typical hard rain in April in southern Ontario. But the rain and the thunder and the lightning has me in the mood for some ghost stories. So in that sense will continue on with last night's theme with Dr Susan B Martinez and her controversial field guide to the spirit world, which was followed by the faceless. Harry, smelly monster from Missouri affectionately referred to as Momo with legend hundred Lyle Blackburn. That was all good fun. We'll keep that going in the first hour when paranormal researcher author Steve Ascher makes his rich. Turn to coast with his third volume on hunted. Western kentucky. In our one the huntings of Saint Vincent academy. Compelling tales of a Catholic orphanage in western Kentucky. And we'll brave the curse of the black. None monstrous crypto aids at slack. Farm's burial mound and shadows of children long dead who remain forever. Locked into a hell from which they cannot escape. And then in hours two three and four will leave the paranormal behind and head into the rich fertile ground of conspiracy and corruption in American politics, Don Jeffries returns to discuss his expansive and impressive new Thome crimes and cover ups in American politics. Seventeen seventy six to nineteen sixty three the history. They didn't teach you in school for far too long. American history has been left in the unreliable hands of those that author Donald Jeffries refers to as the court historians crimes and cover-ups fights back by scrutinizing, the accepted history of everything from the American war of independence to the establishment reputation of Thomas Jefferson, and the other founding fathers, the civil war the Lincoln assassination both world wars. US government experimentation on prisoners mental patients innocent children and whole populated areas. The Lindbergh baby kidnapping and much much. More secular saints like ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Teddy Roosevelt and Franklin D Roosevelt or examined in a critical way. They seldom have been Jeffrey spares, no one and nothing in his explosive new book, it's a sprawling text covering nearly two hundred years of American history. And with that, I welcome you to the audio imaginary come on in weary traveler, hang your cloak in Paik, grab a stool and come gather round the fire. There are stories to be told and you are among France. I'm Richard Serra this coast to coast AM. Why don't you stay awhile?.

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"lyle blackburn" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"lyle blackburn" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"AM. I'm Richard Serra. And tonight this morning, we're coming to you live from coast Toronto affiliate in depth radio. News talk ten ten. It was a dark and stormy night is not the way those really bad horror novels or supposed to begin. But it happens to be true. It's a dark and stormy night driving down the Don valley Parkway into Toronto on my way to the radio station. It was coming down hard, my wipers couldn't keep up. It was. I'm not gonna say it was biblical. That's overused. But really it was just a typical hard rain in April in southern Ontario. But the rain and the thunder and the lightning has me in the mood for some ghost stories. So in that. Sense will continue on with last night's theme with Dr Susan B Martinez and her controversial field guide to the spirit world, which was followed by the faceless, hairy, smelly monster from Missouri affectionately referred to as Momo with legend hundred Lyle Blackburn, that was all good fun. We'll keep that going in the first hour when paranormal researcher author Steve Ascher makes his return to coast with his third volume on hunted. Western kentucky. In our one the huntings of Saint Vincent academy. Compelling tales of a Catholic orphanage in western Kentucky. And we'll brave the curse of the black. None monstrous trip toys at slack. Farm's burial mound and shadows of children long dead who remain forever. Locked into a hell from which they cannot escape. And then in hours two three and four will leave the paranormal behind and head into the rich fertile ground of conspiracy and corruption in American politics, Don Jeffries returns to discuss his expensive and impressive new Thome crimes and cover ups in American politics. Seventeen seventy six to nineteen sixty three the history. They didn't teach you in school for far too long. American history has been left in the unreliable hands of those that author Donald Jeffries refers to as the court historians crimes and cover-ups fights back by scrutinizing, the accepted history of everything from the American war of independence to the establishment reputation of Thomas Jefferson, and the other founding fathers, the civil war the Lincoln assassination both world wars. US government experimentation on prisoners mental patients innocent children and whole populated areas. The Lindbergh baby kidnapping and much much. More secular saints like ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Teddy Roosevelt, and Franklin D Roosevelt are examined in a critical way. They seldom have been Jeffrey spares, no one and nothing in this explosive new book, it's a sprawling text covering nearly two hundred years of American history. And with that, I welcome you to the audio imaginary come on in weary traveller, hang your cloak in a pig. Grab a stool and come gather round the fire. There are stories to be told and you are among friends. I'm Richard Serra this coast to coast AM, why don't you stay awhile?.

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"lyle blackburn" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"lyle blackburn" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Also here or believe they heard from that creature again that same night. Yeah. Corresponding with that they heard something that I founded like a loud growl. And then something that. You know, it was like a claiming sound or something coming off Mars off hill, and it got louder and louder than growling and claiming and definitely something that frightened them. You know at that point. And if I if I'm remembering from your book correctly, the top of Mars hill where the sound was coming from. There was some sort of a water reservoir up there. Is that was that the the source of the sound is if something or someone was I don't know banging against the reservoir or throwing rocks at the reservoir. Right. Yeah. There was in in, you know, from the sound of of what they heard in in the claiming sound they surmise that. You know, it could have been something hitting on that reservoir. You know in when combined with a loud growling sounds that. They had heard. I mean, it just was, you know, something that they? Scared everybody. Now at this point is is Edgar Harrison contemplating going up to the top of Mars hill to investigate or what is what is he decided to at that point? Yeah. You know within this time period, you know, Edgar head sorta gone up and down the hill there, and certainly, you know, having, you know, being that it was a wooded area and creature had been seeing their, you know, naturally assumed that, you know, could be living there roaming on Mars hill. So he had gone up and sort of investigated, you know, up and down is kind of some, you know, bang trails that went up behind the house, you know, things that kids won't around on. And so he had followed those around just looking for footprints or signs of of anything, and he would go up there with as as things for grass, you know, some reporters, and and other people would come to town, and he would take them up the hill, and they would you know, investigate that. And at this point, I guess. We cue the pitchforks. And the torches it's like a scene like from something like Frankenstein's monster. This mov assembles tell me about that. Right. You know the evening when when they saw the lights and heard the growling sound. I mean, it was so loud that the miss Harrison just came out of the house with all the kids in tow and screaming Edgar, you know, let's get outta here. Get the kids in the car, you know, the kids weren't a frenzy. And so by this time, most of the other parisioners had taken off, and you know, got got now there's well. And so the Harrison's begin to take off down the street and their car, and as as they were going, they basically, they're they're street dead ended in Mars hill. So going out of their they look and there basically a mob of, you know, thirty forty people coming up towards the hill. You know, alarmed at what they were hearing all the neighbors had gathered together. And according to the story, miss Harrison sort of leaned out the window and said something like they're coming, and you know, the mob just. It all started running. I mean, it it's it's like a scene out of a movie just couldn't even made this stuff up. And this just was, you know, kind of like you say that the torches and pitchforks the villagers are coming for the monster. And it's something frightening happens and she screams. They all run the other way. So this is just things that would be recorded in in the old newspapers as it progressed, massive stereo, perhaps or did they all here and see something? That's I guess the question for the ages, but it's lucky cow. No one got hurt in in. I mean, it could've gone south really fast. Lyle Blackburn is with us the author of Momo, the strange case of the Missouri monster, and we will open up the phone lines at the top of the hour. Take questions and comments, and let me ask you as we head into the break. Very quickly to your mind. Does this fit into sort of a typical Bigfoot sasquatch sighting? Or is there something else going on here? Well, you know, in in some ways, it it's indicative of Bigfoot sightings, you just sort of a general, you know, in upright hairy creature that people see, but when you add in the extra high strange things with the lights being seen, and you know, people would later hear disembodied voices, and you know, the growling and all this other stuff going on.

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"lyle blackburn" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"lyle blackburn" Discussed on KNSS

"Early as being craft or anything in the sky that would just balls of light, which you know, they all clearly saw, you know, multiple witnesses. And so that was, you know, something that disorders started adding to the air of mystery going on there and in the small town, and do they also here or believe they heard from that creature again that same night? Yeah. Corresponding with that they heard something that I founded like a loud growl. And then something that. You know, it was like claiming sound or something coming off Mars off hill and it got louder and louder than growling the claiming and definitely something that frightened them. You know at that point. And if I if I'm remembering from your book correctly, the top of Moore's off hill where the Sam was coming from. There was some sort of a water reservoir up there. Is that was that the the source of the sound is if something or someone was I don't know banging against the reservoir or throwing rocks at the reservoir. Right. Yeah. There was in in, you know, from the sound of of what they heard in in the claiming sound they surmise that, you know, could have perhaps been something hitting on that reservoir. You know, when when combined with a loud growling sounds that they had heard I mean, it just was, you know, something that they? Scared everybody. Now at this point is is Edgar Harrison contemplating going up to the top of Mars hill to investigate or what is what is he decided to do at that point. Yeah. You know within this time period, you know, Edgar head sorta gone up and down the hill there, and certainly, you know, having, you know, being that it was a wooded area in creature had been seeing their, you know, naturally assume that you know, could be living there roaming on Mars hill. So he had gone up and sort of investigated, you know, up and down. It was kind of some, you know, bang trails that went up behind the house, you know, things that kids won't around on. And so he had followed those around just looking for, you know, footprints or signs of of anything, and he would go up there with as as things for grass, you know, some reporters and in other people would come to town, and he would take them up the hill. And they would you know, investigate that. And at this point. I guess we cue the pitchforks. And the torches it's like a scene like from something like Frankenstein's monster this mob. Assembles tell me about that. Right. You know the evening when when they saw the lights and heard the growling sound. I mean, it was so loud that the miss Harrison just came out of the house with all the kids in tow and screaming Edgar, you know, let's get outta here. Get the kids in the car, you know, kids, we're in a frenzy, and so by this time, most of the the other parisioners had taken off, and you know, got got now there's well. And so the Harrison's begin to take off down the street and their car, and as as they were going, they basically, they're they're street dead ended into Mars hill. So they're going out of their they look, and there was basically a mob of, you know, thirty forty people coming up towards the hill. You know, alarmed at what they were hearing all the neighbors had gathered together. And according to the story, miss Harrison sort of leaned out the window and said something like they're coming, and you know, the mob just. It all started running. I mean, it it's it's like a scene out of a movie just couldn't even made this stuff up. And this just was, you know, kind of like you say that the torches and pitchforks the villagers are coming for the monster. And then something frightening happens and she screams meal run the other way. So this is just things that would be recorded in in the old newspapers as it progressed, mass hysteria perhaps or did they all here and see something? That's I guess a question for the ages, but it's lucky no one got hurt in. I mean, it could've gone south really fast. Lyle Blackburn is with us the author of Momo, the strange case of the Missouri monster, and we will open up the phone lines at the top of the hour, take questions and comments. And I mean, let me ask you as we head into the break. Very quickly to your mind this fit into sort of a typical Bigfoot sasquatch sighting. Or is there something else going on here? Well, you know, in in some ways, it it's indicative of Bigfoot sightings, you just sort of a in general, you know, an upright hairy creature that people see, but when you add in the extra high strange things with the lights being seen, and you know, people would later hear disembodied voices, and you know, the growling and all this other stuff going on.

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"lyle blackburn" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"lyle blackburn" Discussed on KTOK

"And so that was, you know, something that disorders started adding to the air of mystery going on there and in the small town, and did they also here believe they heard from that creature again that same night. Yeah. Corresponding with that they heard something that I founded like a loud growl. And then something that. You know, it was like a claiming sound or something coming off Mars off hill, and it got louder and louder than growling and the claiming and definitely something that writing them, you know, at that point. And if I if I'm remembering from your book correctly the top of Moore's off he'll where the Sam was coming from. There was some sort of a water reservoir up there. Is that was that the the source of the sound is if something or someone was I don't know banging against the reservoir or throwing rocks at the reservoir. Right. Yeah. There was in in, you know, from the sound of of what they heard in in the claiming sound they surmise that. You know, it could have perhaps been something hitting on that reservoir. You know in when combined with a loud growling sounds that. They had heard. I mean, it just was, you know, something that they? Scared everybody. Now at this point is is Edgar Harrison contemplating going up to the top of Mars hill to investigate or what is what is he decided to do at that point. Yeah. Within this time period. You know, Edgar head sorta gone up and down the hill there, and certainly, you know, having, you know, being a wooded area, and the creature had been seen their, you know, naturally assume that you know, could be living there roaming on Mars hill. So he had gone up and sort of investigated, you know, up and down as kind of some bang trails that went up behind the house, you know, things that kids won't around on. And so he had followed those around just looking for footprints or signs of of anything, and he would go up there with as as things for granted, you know, some reporters, and and other people would come to town, and he would take them up the hill, and they would you know, investigate that. And at this point, I guess we cue the pitchforks. The. Torches? It's like a scene like from something like Frankenstein's monster this mob. Assembles tell me about that. Right. Well, the, you know the evening when when they saw the lights and heard the growling sound, I mean, it was so loud that the miss Harrison just came out of the house with all the kids in tow and screaming at Edgar. You know, let's get outta here. Get the kids in the car, you know, kids, we're in a frenzy, and so by this time, most of the the other parisioners had taken off, and you know, got got now there's well. And so the Harrison's begin to take off down the street and their car and his as they were going. They basically, they're they're street dead ended in Mars hill. So they're going out of their they look in. There is basically a mob of, you know, thirty forty people coming up towards the hill. You know, alarmed at what they were hearing all the neighbors had gathered together. And according to the story, miss Harrison sort of leaned out the window and said something like they're coming, and you know, the mob just. It all started running. I mean, it it's it's like a scene out of a movie just couldn't even made this stuff up. And this just was, you know, kind of like you say that the torches and pitchforks the villagers are coming for the monster. And it's something frightening happens, and she screens mail run the other way. So this is just things that would be recorded in in the old newspapers as it progressed, massive stereo, perhaps or did they all here and see something? That's I guess the question for the ages, but it's lucky cow. No one got hurt s- in in it could've gone south really fast. Lyle Blackburn is with us the author of Momo, the strange case of the Missouri monster, and we will open up the phone lines at the top of the hour, take questions and comments. And I mean, let me ask you as we head into the break. Very quickly to your mind. Does this fit into sort of a Atip Bigfoot sasquatch sighting? Or is there something else going on here? Well, you know, in some ways, it, it's indicative of Bigfoot sightings, you just sort of a general, you know, upright hairy creature that people see, but when you add in the extra high strange things with the lights being seen, and you know, people would later hear disembodied voices, and you know, the growling and all this other stuff going on.

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"lyle blackburn" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"lyle blackburn" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"And then something that. You know was claiming sound or something coming off Mars off hill, and it got louder and louder than growling and claiming and definitely something that writing them, you know, at that point. And if I if I'm remembering from your book correctly, the top of Mars off hill where the Sam was coming from. There was some sort of a water reservoir up there. Is that was that the the source of the sound is if something or someone was I dunno banging against the reservoir or throwing rocks at the reservoir. Right. Yeah. There was in in, you know, from the sound of of what they heard in in the clanging sound they surmise that. You know, could have perhaps been something hitting on that reservoir? You know in when combined with a loud growling sounds that. They had heard of it just, you know, something that they. Scared everybody. Now at this point is is Edgar Harrison contemplating going up to the top of Mars hill to investigate or what is what is he decide to do at that point. Yeah. Yeah. You know within this time period, you know, Edgar had sort of gone up and down the hill there, and certainly, you know, having, you know, being that it was a wooded area and creature had been seen their, you know, naturally assumed that I could be living there roaming on Mars hill. So he had gone up and sort of investigated, you know, up and down. It was kind of some, you know, bang trails that went up behind the house, you know, things that kids won't ground on. And so he had followed those around just looking for, you know, footprints or signs of anything, and he would go up there with as as things for grass. Do you know some reporters and in other people would come to town, and he would take them up the hill? And they would you know, investigate that. At and at this point. I guess we cue the pitchforks. And the torches it's like a scene like from someone like Frankenstein's monster this mob. Assembles tell me about that. Right. Well, you know the evening when when they saw the lights and heard the growling sound, I mean, it was so loud that the miss Harrison just came out of the house with all the kids in tow and screaming at your, you know, let's get outta here. Get the kids in the car, you know, kids wearing a frenzy, and so by this time, most of the other parisioners had taken off, and you know, got got now there's well. And so the Harrison's begin to take off down the street and their car, and as as they were going, they basically, they're they're street dead ended into Mars hill. So is they're going out of their they look, and there was basically a mob of, you know, thirty forty people coming up towards the hill. You know, alarmed at what they were hearing all the neighbors had gathered together. And according to the story, miss Harrison sort of leaned out the window and said something like they're coming, and you know, the mob just. All started running. I mean, it it's it's like a scene out of a movie, you just couldn't even made this stuff up. And this just was, you know, kind of like you say that the torches and pitchforks the villagers are coming for the monster. And it's something frightening happens and she screams meal blend the other way. So this is just things that would be recorded in in the old newspapers as it progressed, mass hysteria, perhaps or did they all here and see something that's a question for the ages. But it's lucky hell, no one got hurt s- in in. I mean, it could have gone south really fast. Lyle Blackburn is with us the author of Momo, the strange case of the Missouri monster, and we will open the phone lines at the top of the hour, take questions and comments. And I mean, let me ask you as we head into the. Very quickly to your mind this fit into sort of a typical Bigfoot sasquatch sighting. Or is there something else going on here? Well, you know, in in some ways, it it's indicative of Bigfoot sightings, you to just sort of a general, you know, upright hairy creature that people see, but when you add in the extra high strange things with the lights being seen and people would later hear disembodied voices, and you know, the growling and all this other stuff going on..

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"lyle blackburn" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

14:57 min | 1 year ago

"lyle blackburn" Discussed on KGO 810

"Lyle Blackburn is a native Texan known for his work in writing music, film, and cryptic research. He's the author of several acclaimed books, including the beast of boggy creek, and lizard, man, who subject matter reflects his lifelong fascination with legends and citing reports of unknown creatures Lyles also the founder of the rock band goal town columnist for the horror magazine remorse and narrator producer of documentary films, including the Mothman of point pleasant and boggy creek monster in which he also appears on screen when Lyle isn't writing books, hunting monsters or performing with his band. He can be found speaking at various cryptos, wallet conferences and horror conventions around the United States his latest offering, and it's another good one is Momo the strange case of the Missouri. Munster Lyle Blackburn, welcome back to coast to coast AM. How are you my friend? Great. Thanks for having me. I. I prior to your book coming out and being approached by your I was not even familiar with this story Momo did it somehow gets lost in the shuffle. Or is it truly not as let's say widespread as known as let's say, the lizard, man or the beast of creek. Well, you know, some of those stories, you know, had more publicity. I mean, certainly with a beast of boggy creek. It was associated with the movie the legend boggy creek, which was phenomenon in the seventies and well-known Momo definitely more regional, but it was covered in a lot of newspapers back in the early seventies. And it's become one of those kind of classic Bigfoot tales. You know, for most of the classifications, you anytime, you see one of these maps of cryptic words around America Momo is always represented for Missouri. So, you know, among cryptos, well, gee, buffs and some paranormal. It's certainly a story. That's well known him one that I felt needed. You know, a thorough investigation a book because it's mentioned here and there and in other publications and even been covered on TV, but nobody ever written a comprehensive book on it. And anytime there is a creature described as a tall hairy and bipedal it automatically gets categorized as Bigfoot, but not necessarily so with Momo as will as we'll discover, but first of all like if you would give us a bit of a thumbnail sketch of this little small Mississippi River town of Louisiana, Missouri, which is kind of confusing. It's the name of a state and a city. Right. Yeah. I found quickly writing a book that had a city called Louisiana was was kind of challenge. But yeah, it's it's located in the eastern portion of Missouri of a little bit north of of center and right there on the edge of the Mississippi River, which separates Missouri from Illinois. And you know, it's it's a toll a small riverside town. You know, the most of the commerce back in the day came from riverside trade up and down the Mississippi there, and it's it's not far from where Mark Twain have the setting for Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn which kind of at, you know, quintessential American location and one that you usually wouldn't associate with a hairy monster but sleepy little town. And it's still, you know, a small town today and the the family really at the center of the Momo, Missouri monster sighting of the. Harrison's tell me about what happened that day July eleventh nineteen seventy to take us back with got eight year old Terry and his brother Wally five. Right. They they live there in the Harrisons lived in a in an area that backed up to this. He'll called Mars off he'll heavily wooded place and -tarian Wally replaying out there, then after noon on July eleven and they looked up to see this large hair covered creature standing there looking at him. Apparently, come out of the woods from the hill. And of course, immediately. They were frightened. It didn't advance. It was just sort of living there staring at him. And they they made it we ran towards the house and in the fuss running inside their older sister doors who was in the bathroom could see out the window. She also very clearly saw this thing standing there. And of course, was concerned for brothers doors described it as being, you know, tall. She said looked to have no neck and had a large what she described as a pumpkin size head, and it was covered in hair in it appeared to be carrying what they later surmised was a dead dog. And so, of course, once the the brother scrambled in the house, they hold quickly called their mother who then call their father at work and said, you know, the kids seem something in the backyard, and please get over there now and. He you know, he went over there. And that's really where it all started publicly once that incident made it to the newspaper, right and the physical description how tall and how would you? How would they describe the build of this creature? You know, it was bulky was at least as tall as a man. It definitely stood up by it was on two legs. They couldn't see it's face because the hair they said was longer on top and just fell across the face. They didn't see is the you know, it was. Quite an ominous looking thing, especially because it was somewhat faceless. And you know, they said they had was rather large which is gives it some unique characteristic and a little bit something that's not normally reported in say Bigfoot sighting. So it while it fit that sorta applied here he hominoid kind of Bigfoot description. It did have those unique characteristics. And was there an odor? Yes. The, you know, tearing Wally said that they could smell just a terrible odor coming off the thing. And that would be reflected in other later sightings as well. So it was something that was societas with with the initial citing that, it's smelled bad and the dog the dead dog that the our creature whatever dead animal rather that MoMA was supposedly clutching. Did it appear as if the the creature had killed this animal or or dug it up? I mean what what state was this dead animal in. Yeah. Whatever it was holding wasn't moving. And and they you know, the. Terry, the older of the two boys is thought, you know, what I thought it was maybe a baby that it was carrying. But you know, as he looked at it. He said he thought perhaps it was a dead dog, and it was sort of lifeless just hanging over the creatures forearm. So you know, that was something that sorta also created sort of an ominous thing because if it was, you know, a Streuli was a dead dog that was kinda creepy unto itself and the the Harrison's own dog their family dog was adversely affected as well. To tell me about that. Right. Yeah. Just immediately just other strange things started happening when their father Edgar Harrison got home from work and started investigating, you know, looking into this. He he noticed later on that evening that their own dog became sick and was vomiting was ill. And you know, while you can't be sure that had any connection to the side. And it was certainly coincidental. And you know, just sort of like, I said was the some of the first things that, you know, begin to happen that were residual very high strangeness, type instance, and the father Edgar Harrison, he's you know, he's a reputable man in town of he's a pastor deacon. I think at the local Pentecostal church what kind of investigation did he do immediately upon getting home. What would he got home? Of course, he listened to children. And you know, felt that they were obviously telling the truth, you know, wasn't something we're making up for any reason anyone out in the back in looked in the area, where the voice said it was standing, and he could see where, you know, something walked around vague footprints nothing nothing really clear, but he also found some branches and things where it looked like a creature had walked out in and out of the woods there. And so, you know, all in all you definitely felt like kids at seen something in this sort of became something that you know, he wanted to investigate and just find out what it was. And nineteen seventy-two, obviously, they didn't have DNA testing. But was he able to I know collect any hair samples was there. Any scat lying around? Right. Yeah. I think he found some hair. I you know, I it obviously at the time. It just was things that sorta added up to show that something was there. But you know, it wasn't something they thought collect and anything that nature was just all things that sort of verifying that you know, seemingly some kind of airy animal had been lurking there in the backyard. And I mean, it doesn't stop there. Obviously this go on for a little while, but that Saint afternoon, July eleventh just a few blocks away another citing this was a woman. I believe in him was MRs Clarence Lee. Tell me about her citing. Right. You know, once this, you know, kind of word got out. I mean, it's a small town. So things got around quickly. Miss Lee said she and I heard a terrible like growling animal sound coming in from the vicinity of Harrison home. And even another couple said they had heard something as well. And it was reported that. She saw some sort of a large figure run across the road. And so it was you know, perhaps the same thing to hear some kids that seem. And meanwhile, has anyone at this point reported missing dog. No one had reported one. But of course, his things got on in the story got out. And you know, that the kids had seen what they thought was a dead dog people. You know, then came forward and said, you know, yeah, we are dogs been missing for a couple of weeks. And so that Bill added further credibility that perhaps the creature had if it was a creature had taken, you know, these people's dog. So there were dogs missing and dog scenes and of subject to Edgar Harrison, the the the deacon of the Pentecostal church a few days later, he's he's holding. I guess a regularly scheduled prayer meeting at at his house and a number of people in attendance. What what does he and his congregation of I can use that word? What do they what do they witness? They had, you know, had the prayer meeting at the house, and you know, it was done. And it was about a dozen of them standing outside the Harrison home, you know, kind of talking and and so forth before everybody left, and suddenly they saw what they described as several balls of light coming from east to west and moved across the trees. And then saw what they described as a white and green light go down into the Senate school nearby. It's appeared, you know, they they didn't describe them and this early being craft or anything in the sky that would just balls of light, which you know, they all clearly saw, you know, multiple witnesses. And so that was you know, something that sort of started adding to the air of mystery going on there and in the small town, and did they also here believe they heard from that creature again that same night. Yeah. Corresponding with that they heard something that's I sounded like a loud growl. And then something that. You know was like a claiming sound or something coming off Mars off hill, and it got louder and louder than growling the claiming and definitely something that writing them, you know, at that point. And if I if I'm remembering from your book correctly, the top of Moore's off hill where the Sam was coming from. There was some sort of a water reservoir up there. Is that was that the the source of the sound is if something or someone was I don't know banging against the reservoir or throwing rocks at the reservoir. Right. Yeah. There was in in, you know, from the sound of of what they heard in in the claiming sound they surmise that. You know, could have perhaps been something hitting on that reservoir? You know in when combined with a loud growling sounds that. They had heard it just, you know, something that they. Scared everybody. Now at this point is is Edgar Harrison contemplating going up to the top of Mars hill to investigate or what is what is he decided to at that point? Yeah. You know within this time period, you know, Edgar had sort of gone up and down the hill there, and certainly, you know, having being that it was a wooded area in creature had been seeing their, you know, naturally assumed that, you know, could be living there roaming on Mars hill. So he had gone up and sort of investigated, you know, up and down..

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"lyle blackburn" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

15:05 min | 1 year ago

"lyle blackburn" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Lyle Blackburn is a native Texan known for his work in writing music, film and krypton research. He's the author of several acclaimed books, including the beast of boggy creek and lizard who subject matter reflects his lifelong fascination with legends and citing reports of unknown creatures Lyles also the founder of the rock band goal town columnist for the horror magazine room, more and narrator producer of documentary films, including the Mothman of point pleasant and buggy creek monster in which he also appears on screen when Lyle isn't writing books, hunting monsters or performing with his band. He can be found speaking at various crypto, zoology conferences and horror conventions around the United States his latest offering, and it's another good one is Momo. The strange case of the Missouri, monster Lyle Blackburn, welcome back to coast to coast AM. How are you my friend? Great, thanks for having me. Prior to your book coming out and being approached by your publicist. I was not even familiar with the story Momo, did it somehow get sort of lost in the shuffle. Or is it truly not as let's say widespread as known as let's say, the lizard, man or the beast of buggy creek. Well, you know, some of those stories, you know, had more publicity. I mean, certainly with a beast of boggy creek. It was associated with the movie the legend boggy creek, which was phenomenon in the seventies. And well known Momo definitely more regional, but it was covered in a lot of newspapers back in the early seventies. And it's become one of those kind of classic Bigfoot tales, you know, for most of the classifications. But I you anytime you see one of these maps of cryptic words around America Momo is always represented for Missouri. So, you know, among cryptos, well, gee, buffs and some paranormal doozy. It's certainly a story. That's well known and one that I felt needed. You know, a thorough investigation a book because it's mentioned here and there and in other publications and even been covered on TV, but nobody ever written a conference book on it. And anytime there is a creature described as a tall hairy bipedal. It automatically gets categorized as big foot, but not necessarily so with Momo as will as we'll discover, but first of all like if you would give us a bit of a thumbnail sketch of this little small Mississippi River town of Louisiana, Missouri, which is kind of confusing. It's the name of a state and a city. Right. Yeah. I found quickly writing a book that had a city called Louisiana was was kind of challenge. But yeah, it's it's located in the eastern portion of Missouri of little bit north of of center and right there on the edge of the Mississippi River, which separates zuri from Illinois. And you know, it's it's a small riverside town. You know, the most of the commerce back in the day came from riverside trade after down the Mississippi there, and it's it's not far from where Mark Twain, you know, have the setting for Tom Sawyer Huckleberry Finn, which kind of that, you know, quintessential American location and one that you usually wouldn't associate with a hairy monster. But. Sleepy little town. And it's still a small town today and the family really at the center of the Momo, Missouri monster citing the Harrison's tell me about what happened that day July eleventh nineteen seventy-two take us back. We've got eight year old Terry and his brother Wally five. Right. They live there in Vienna. Harrison's lived in in an area that backed up to this. He'll call Marrs off he'll heavenly wooded place and Tyrian Wally replaying out there then afternoon on July eleventh, and they looked up to see this large care covered creature standing there looking at him. Apparently, come out of the woods from the hill. And of course, immediately. They were frightened. It didn't advance. It was just sort of looming. They're staring at him. And they they immediately ran towards the house. And in the fuss running inside their older sister, Doris who was in the bathroom could see out the window. She also very clearly saw this thing standing there in of course, was concerned for brothers doors described it as being, you know, tall. She said look appear to have no neck and had a large what she described as a pumpkin size head, and it was covered in hair in it appeared to be carrying what they later surmised was a dead dog. And so, of course, once the the brother scrambled in the house, they hold quickly called their mother who than call their father at work and said, you know, the kids seen something in the backyard, and please get over there now and. He you know, he went over there. And that's really where it all started publicly once that incident made it to the newspaper, right and the physical description how tall and how would you? How did they describe the build of this creature? You know, it was bulky was at least as tall as a man. It definitely stood up light. It was on two legs. They couldn't see it's face because the hair they said was longer on top and just fell across the face. They didn't see is the you know, it was. Quite an ominous looking thing, especially because it was somewhat faceless. And you know, they said the head was rather large which is gives it some unique characteristic and a little bit something that's not normally reported in say a standard Bigfoot sighting. So while it fit that sorta applied hairy hominoid kind of big foot description. It did have those unique characteristics. And was there an odor? Yes. The, you know, tearing Wally said that they could smell just a terrible odor coming off the thing. And that would be reflected in other later sightings as well. So it was something that was associated with with that initial citing that, it smelled bad and the dog the dead dog that the or creature whatever dead animal rather that MoMA was supposedly clutching did it appear as if the creature had killed the animal or or dug it up. I mean what what state was this dead animal in. Yeah. Whatever it was holding wasn't moving in. And they, you know, the Terry than the older of the two boys thought, you know, what I thought it was maybe a baby that it was carrying. But you know, as he looked at it. He said he's got perhaps it was a dead dog. It was sort of lifeless just hanging over the creature. Forearm. So you know, that was something that sorta also created sort of an ominous thing because if it was you know, Streuli was a dead dog that was kinda creepy unto itself and the Harrison's own dog their family dog was adversely affected as well. To tell me about that. Right. Yeah. Just immediately just other strange things started happening when their father Edgar Harrison got home from work and started investigating, you know, looking into this that he he notice later on that evening that their own dog became sick and was vomiting was ill. And you know. Well, you can't be sure that had any connection to the citing. It was certainly coincidental. And you know, just sort of like, I said was the some of the first things that begin to happen that were residual very high strangeness, type instance, and the father Edgar Harrison, he's you know, he's a reputable man in town. He's a pastor deacon. I think at the local Pentecostal church what kind of investigation did he do immediately upon getting home. Well, when he got home, of course, he listened to the children, and you know. Felt that they were obviously telling the truth. You know, wasn't something that we're making up for any reason anyone out in the back in looked in the area where the boy said it was standing, and he could see where, you know, something walked around vague put France, nothing nothing really clear, but he also found some branches and things where it looked like the creature had walked out in and out of the woods there. And so, you know, all in all you definitely felt like kids at seen something in this sort of became something that you know, he wanted to investigate and just find out what it was. And nineteen seventy-two, obviously, they didn't have DNA testing. But was he able to collect any hair samples was there any stat? Lying around. Right. Yeah. I think he found some hair. I you know, it obviously at the time. It just was things that sort of added up to show that something was there. But you know, it wasn't something. They thought you collect and anything that nature was just all things that sort of verifying that you know, seemingly some kind of airy animal had been lurking in the backyard. And I mean, it doesn't stop there. Obviously this go on for a little while, but that same afternoon, July eleventh just a few blocks away another citing as this was a woman, I believe in was MRs Clarence Lee. Tell me about her citing. Right. You know, once this, you know, kind of word got out. I mean, it's a small town. So things got around quickly. Miss Clarence Lee said she and I heard a terrible like growling animal sound coming in from the vicinity of the Harrison home. And even another couple said they heard something as well. And it was reported that she saw some sort of a, you know, large figure run across the road. And so it was you know, perhaps the same thing to hear some kids that seem and meanwhile has anyone at this point reported missing dog. No one had reported one. But of course, it's things got on in the story got out. And you know, that the kids had seen what they thought was a dead dog people. You know, then came forward and said, you know, yeah, we are dogs been missing for a couple of weeks. And so that Bill fatted further credibility that perhaps the creature had if it was a creature had taken, you know, these people's dog. So there were dogs missing and dog scenes, and savannah, Edgar Harrison, the the the deacon at the Pentecostal church. A few days later. He's he's holding. I guess a regularly scheduled prayer meeting at at his house and a number of people in attendance. What what does he and his congregation of I can use that where what do they what do they witness? They had, you know, had the prayer meeting at the house, and you know, it was done. And it was about a dozen of them standing outside the Harrison home, you know, kind of talking and then so forth before everybody left, and suddenly they saw what they described as several balls of light coming from east to west and moved across the trees. And then saw what they described as a white and green light go down into the Senate school nearby. It's appeared, you know, they they didn't describe them and this early being craft or anything in the sky that would just balls of light, which you know, they all clearly saw, you know, multiple witnesses. And so that was, you know, something that disorders started adding to the air of mystery going on there and in the small town, and they also here believe they heard from that creature again that same night. Yeah. Corresponding with that they heard something that I founded like a loud growl. And then something that. You know was like claiming sound or something coming off Mars off hill, and it got louder and louder than growling and claiming and definitely something that frightened them. You know at that point. And if I if I'm remembering from your book correctly, the top of Mars off hill where the Sam was coming from. There was some sort of a water reservoir up there. Is that was that the the source of the sound is if something or someone was banging against the reservoir or throwing rocks at the reservoir? Right. Yeah. There was in in, you know, from the sound of of what they heard in in the claiming sound they surmise that, you know, could have perhaps been something hitting on that reservoir. You know, when when combined with a loud growling sounds that they had heard I mean, it just was, you know, something that they? Scared everybody. Now at this point is is Edgar Harrison contemplating going up to the top of Mars hill to investigate or what is what is he decided to do at that point. Yeah. Yeah. You know within this time period. You know, Edgar head sorta gone up and down the hill there, and certainly, you know, having, you know, being that it was a wooded area in creature had been seeing their, you know, naturally assumed that I could be living there roaming on Mars hill. So he had gone up and sort of investigated, you know, up and down as kind of some bang trails that went up behind the house, you know, things that kids won't around on..

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"lyle blackburn" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"lyle blackburn" Discussed on WWL

"Oh, absolutely. I think you know, people who are into this subject of a certain age all probably saw that movie was such a widely circulated film. And certainly, you know, people either site, maybe the Patterson film or legend boggy creek is the reason they they're in the big flooding, and it just an amazing impact on the field. And you know, even to this day. I mean, anywhere, I go people come up and ask questions about boggy creek. We're basically at a time here. Obviously your books are available on your website. You said they're available widely another sellers as well any other place, you want folks to go to find out more about your work. Well, you can find me on Facebook. And I've got an Instagram page you too. Channel. So. Yeah. Just launched those from Lyle Blackburn dot com, it's got links to all that my books are on Amazon and Barnes and noble dot com. And appreciate everybody checking it out. Thanks so much for being here tonight. Thank you very much. Look forward to having you back. All right. We're gonna take a break when I come back, I'll wrap things up. It's beyond reality radio. Don't go. Jazz. Cloud. Where there's a will. There's a way if you're good. It's usually your way. Introducing the most luxurious ram fifteen.

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"lyle blackburn" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"lyle blackburn" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Tonight with Lyle Blackburn. His website is Lyle Blackburn's dot com. He's got several books to his credit, including his most recent book Momo, the crate, the strange case of the Missouri monster, and we will continue our discussion just a few moments to beyond reality radio. That's a hand. We hear a WBZ realize that sometimes news can be overwhelming. So to assist you would not getting overwhelmed by news. Is implemented. The moment of zen. It's on its way right now. Repair yourself. Wasn't that? Nice. News talk eleven ten ninety nine three WBZ. Fox news..

"lyle blackburn" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"lyle blackburn" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"I love you r e double t baby what you want. Me to do some of us are old enough to remember when Elvis performed this on his, nineteen sixty. Eight comeback special some of us not me some of us are old enough. To remember that that's a great tune and we are playing Elvis all night long and we are going to delve. Into Elvis's. Murder that's right you. Heard me. Correctly, his murder In hours two three and four. When author researcher Steven. You Benei blows the. Lid off of this right now we are talking with Lyle Blackburn who is a crypto investigator we're talking about the lizard man. And we just. Passed, the thirtieth anniversary of that sighting and we'll get back to that conversation in just. A moment now here's another strange piece of footage, from Canada no less showing moose lingering by the side of the road as what appears to be a figure of some kind stocking towards it I've seen the video this is very. Odd the Irie scene was, filmed by a? Woman named Audrey fresh it and took place in a forested area of Quebec's Gaspe. Peninsula I know it well I've been there this happened last weekend as is often the case, with such. Incidents she didn't notice the odd interloper at the time but later spotted it. When she looked at the video and you can look at the video to just head on over to coast to. Coast AM. Dot com and check. It out In the highlights carousel where, our webmaster tonight Sean ladder sewer has posted that video hey some great news George Noory is.

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"lyle blackburn" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"lyle blackburn" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Hey welcome. Back say Hello on Twitter at Richard, it s why because I love you. R e double t baby what you want me. To do some. Of us are old enough to remember when Elvis performed, this, on his nineteen sixty eight comeback special some of us not me but some of us holding, after remember that, that's a great tune and we are. Playing Elvis all night long and we are going, to. Delve into Elvis's murder that's right you heard me correctly. His murder In hours two. Three and four when. Author researcher Stephen Benei. Blows the lid off of this right now we are talking with Lyle Blackburn who is a crypto investigator we're talking about the. Lizard man and we, just, passed the. Thirtieth anniversary of that sighting and. We'll get back? To that conversation in just a moment now here's another strange piece of footage from. Canada no less showing a moose lingering by the side of the road as what appears to be a. Figure of some kind stocking, towards that I've seen the video this is. Very odd the Erie. Scene was filmed by a woman named Audrey fresh it and took place in a forested area. Of Quebec's. Gaspe peninsula I know. It well I've been there, this happened last, weekend as, is often the case with such incidents she. Didn't. Notice the odd interloper at the time but later spotted it when she looked at the video and you can look at the video to just, head on over. To coast to coast AM dot com and check it out. In the, highlights carousel where our webmaster tonight Sean ladder sewer has posted. That video hey some great news, George.

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"lyle blackburn" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"lyle blackburn" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"View with author lyle blackburn ah by his book liz remand the true story of the bishop phil monster a link to his book and other references in the epa said will be in the show notes at muster talk dental work the story of bishop villas repeated in many small tell monster stories something strange is seen people are ridiculed hoaxes in copycat submerged some take it seriously and others claimed to be behind it and eventually it becomes part of the annual events of the community the heart of a festival in the subject of documentaries and sensational tv shows but behind all that's another pattern of people seeing something unusual and not knowing what to make of it science provides us with a framework to examine the meagre physical evidence of the liz your man in his creature comes far short of possibility but outside the question of whether there was ever really a lizard man bishop phil shows us other patterns the small town monster the becomes an icon for community the sincere witnesses who try to make sense of their unusual experiences and the local characters who try to make money or fame by injecting themselves into the narrative through hoaxes or embellish stories black birds an excellent guide to this particular quagmire a linked to his book and other works are in the show notes at monster talked at orcq muster talks an official podcasts of skeptic magazine the views expressed on this show or those of myself my guests and do not necessarily represent the views of skeptic magazine or the skeptics society if you'd like to learn more about the views of skeptic magazine you could travel to the rural south rents an air boat hire a burly but lovable swamp guide and had out into the unknown or you could just get the skeptic.

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"lyle blackburn" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"lyle blackburn" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"The ideas that don't quite get enough attention in the field anymore um i really try to focus on also try to make it approachable for everyone not just people that are big into the field arm beat because i think that it can be really hard to find a good uh a show that is consistent in quality that odd is easy to approach that doesn't just tell stories all the time um and i have a i've been really working hard on trying to get some of the biggest guess i can um ira i'm having lyle blackburn come on and a couple of weeks to talk about some of the ideas behind the southern sas kwach i'm having our shared hill who i met at a cryptic con with you blake arm to come on and talk about her book scientific allow american a americans and so i just i'm really focusing on some of the importance and i you know what why these things matter and what are some of the ideas these thing that we can get from these things as well as trying to be as um um as i objective as i can be because i think it's important and um honestly i don't know if any of these things exist um it except for the files seen mets one of the few things that i will say i'm fairly confident exists but that's purely because i love it and i really wanted to exist and i haven't done a lot of like my own expeditions the stuff into it i'm purely a fan when it comes to the policy outline.

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"lyle blackburn" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"lyle blackburn" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"First news twenty streaming worldwide our number we're here along with these island assassin mac also science adviser matrimony he's and stephanie work and we are talking about the paranormal as we do each and every saturday night will get right back into it with our guest lyle blackburn in just a moment talking about the buggy creek monster but stephanie i just wanna throw it out there for people that we don't forget to tell later but we've filmed a very interesting television experience the other day we did we did not sign andy as we can talk about it might we we basically shares of our experiences of the fearing tavern wareham we dan and it was great you i thought i think we had a good time helps in our favorite cameraman of all time was our favorite dwells lucky break it was i like that that made it a lot easier in more fun anytime we can work with in gadgets it's not like work at all no absolutely not and he puts up with me so it's perfect although he was pretty uh you know he's getting pretty bossie a little bit there toward the this a third i've does a four time comma are you still has all the judges because i i worked on the commercials for the triangle documentary with him and he is extremely understanding when i forgot.

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