17 Burst results for "Monroe House"

"monroe house" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

02:54 min | 3 months ago

"monroe house" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"I'm going to draw down the moon and then one neighbor looks outside. They'll like sacrifice devils. They're gonna some devil and it's like dude. I'm just kind of trying to harvest the energy of the night and like too. I went back to school. Choose like she's a lot to me at the time. Because i was like i finished high school and so twenty one. I gotta get this done. Dropped out so much and she said she was a wiccan. They go ottawa every year. And they dance around fires naked. And i was like sounds fun. Sky club dancing. Yeah sounds fun. But the weird thing about the basements. They like cemented all but then didn't cement under the stairs which we had dirt. This is supposed to be where we'll get into it. Were nick groff finds like bones and shit. Yeah the crawlspace that he He climbs into you. Watch the clip for that. That dude was fucking hamming. It up at least thirty percent for the camera. Di like zach because he left ghost adventures and then started paranormal. Down with this katrina girl which we get into a little bit later. But i liked him. He was more convincing and more serious about it. Than zach was sect buildings. Those demon inside amused making me angry. and this. isn't this every fucking episode and this documentary. There's like the video footage could only be caught on the security camera. We had our cameras off in the audio off. And it's like the security care footage. Show makes creepy of him. Like pushing his buddy jay wasi against the fucking wall in the news. And since like bro you fucking ham on so much. That sounds like an onset. Squabble that just got caught on security and someone was like fuck it showing everybody. Because you're an asshole. And i don't wanna fucking deal with you anymore. I think he's got a spin this. This has to be something else entirely man. I had a demon in me and just talking in reality. He's just like the book in star of the show of shit fucking. It wasn't until years later that we started like they started to pick up like some weird strange shit going on the monroe house doormen and whether any of the dark history contribute to the haunting. We don't really know because modern tenants and their neighbors as most definitely incredibly haunted. When the house was unoccupied neighbors would see black shadowy figures which they suppose we call it on camera but everyone thinks they made it on a fucking cell phone app possible. I mean talking shit in the world to fake now acts like from me by a an app. You can download and i was like. Oh wow zach. Insert a ghost inserted filtered. It strange smoke coming from within. Which would creep me out. Eerily erie lights and also there was weird like noises. They would sometimes Sometimes.

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"monroe house" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

05:39 min | 3 months ago

"monroe house" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"I was like my brain starts to carry. And now we're just chatting why. Yeah so this house built in one thousand nine hundred two upon previous existing structure unknown origin. So they're saying that something was built before the monroe house and they just kinda put it on top. Yeah as we as the place. I'm staying now the house renting out and stuff like that because we got. We got money for a house but the housing market is fucked so mentioned that this house was just took taken from somewhere else and then just plopped here and it's an old style. This house is gotta be like from the eighteenth sixty or some shit like that because it's an old structure but it's split too so we got one side and it's pretty big and but it just it was taken employees to you. And then they dug a basement and shit. Because there's like one of those like fucking twister baster basements where you'd like open the doors and crawl go down the stairs. Oh one of the walk down sellers felt that you can store food and shut down there pretty well. It should cool right or bodies. I mean goes without saying trying to be kinda slick here about that okay. So the residents would then steadily a cure a dark history of misfortune suffering death that would help launch this reputation as like this curse place which when i watched the zach bag documentary. It's called demon house. Like i remember hearing about because he was put in two thousand eight. I remember hearing about all watch it. Because i'm like one of those people that somebody's watches shit that i hate to love love to hate whatever we record weeks in advance to So yeah. I watch fry thirteen part to last night on friday thirteenth. I finish because you're back but that's a great one bag. Jason go ahead man. Do your thing you carry that on your fucking head fine And then you get a little better. The hockey mask hockey mask solar obviously. There's death around this house and it's high but zach. Vegas didn't really dive into the history. Which i thought was weird. He just spend the whole documentary talking like to these like black people. Living project buildings fucking shitty run down complex and because they had a lot of experiences that i wrote down. Because i didn't think i had it to get into later. But he kind of walked around talked. There was nothing really going on like he was it history. It's it just kind of like all right so we're going to make a documentary on poverty but we're gonna call a demon house because the you could see like the one cop you could tell. That saw stuff that i'll get into later. You could tell that he seemed to of came from the same place like came from poverty to where he talked and acted in my opinion. It wasn't because the color of his skin whatsoever. He just didn't seem like she was a cop. He's not a cop was like is. It says fucking police side of his arm. he's probably a locally is probably one of the good ones. You don't just like i know this community. I have stuff i wanna like. I wanna take care of this community and like actually his heart. What fucking police were supposed to be from those are. Yeah yeah fair you bring that up. That's just you know when in new it'd be more fucking white neighborhoods obviously not so much in minority in different ethnic groups that were placed in certain areas..

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"monroe house" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

04:26 min | 3 months ago

"monroe house" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"Are very quaint and pretty most of the people would likely drive right by it. They drive out of the way. I'm not coming through. This side of gary indiana. Because there's a lot of project buildings and complexes and not too good area to live. but if you're poor you kind of have to or if you're looking for crack mean that's probably the neighborhood to well. True gary indiana has all the crack. You could want you think. Reagan went through there personally and was like here you go. Here's some for you just cannot neighborhood right around. This is like bad way pulls up fucking truck and he just dumped said like three garbage bags full of crack just a dump truck backing up with a comical beeping. Duffle bags full of crack thought. Have fun case. There's some guns in there to chapelle. 's character i can come out the crackhead scratching the truck and got more cocaine bags back in the truck and driving it away. I love that character so good so most people wouldn't give a second thought they would just like whatever we're little house on monroe house. It's supposed to be ground zero though for a string of malevolent and breathtaking intense violent huntings covering the course of over a century which made it the major destination from paranormal investigators and given its reputation as one of the most haunted evil demon houses. There are there is dated matt.

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"monroe house" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:55 min | 11 months ago

"monroe house" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Absolutely. No, don't do that. People get angry with this spell. I gotta go. I got more email. So will you stop the stupid spelling? All right? Yeah. What's Why do people get mad? I don't know. They got very upset, like Are we doing a trivia game or or a spelling bee? I'm like, Why us come. So I'm like I'm trying. It's one of my strengths Burn whatever. Okay, They came. The number of five and today's game is so embarrassing. I just gave you one. I was a spelling bee champ. It's not about spelling seventh grade, but okay, God, I want a broken speak well happened trying. They didn't special prayers on different foods in Hebrew. And they have would have called brothers which our prayers right So they have a competition in the achievers like a spelling bee in a public school. You've got the broad speed in the A Shiva. And you said that I have the most passionately. I got the prayer. Correct. Okay. I like I like bread. For example, how multi luck, A minnow or its or well, you do have Ah, great recall capacity. I have to tell you really don't know which is why, you know the only sports irrelevant sports stats from the 19 eighties And I could say that Same about you. Well, that all this relevant historical that is kind of true. All right, Those are more relevant in mind. Here we go. Bernie and 18 44, the presidential election Democrats nominated James K. Polk, Polk tapped into the public mood of the time realizing that manifest Destiny was the very issue that could lead him to victory. What was the popular slogan which happened to be the latitude line? On the northern boundary of Oregon that against all odds, let poke to victory. His slogan North to Alaska, Brown into like a bag of Anthony could be given The latitude line would be numbers. Of course. You know that latitude life is that when you're ready, you just us and the latitude line. What was the slogan? I thought someone said the slogan which had the ladder to. It's a number. All I see. No, I don't know what the answer 54 40 or fight. I never. I don't think James Pope it on that. I mean place. All right. She both got that one. Incorrect. Emma Lazarus his words. Quote. Give me your tired. Your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free unquote can be found on what National monument. Well, that would be, uh, Statue of Liberty may be nervous there for a second. You got that one right? He did not get this one right? And a landmark Supreme Court case who was a slave when 18 57 suited ultimately lost for his freedom on the grounds that his master, an army surgeon, had taken him into Illinois and then the Wisconsin territory where slavery have been bought by Congress in the Missouri compromise. No, it wasn't Frederick Douglass and it was Dredd. Scott. Other way somebody dies or something like every single day I live two blocks away from the truck trick. Douglas houses And somebody dies Almost every day every day said to say I know I gotta what sometimes when I take the train to the Central Park B or C line after walk through those houses to get to my apartment, and it is terrifying for mind recall the James Monroe houses..

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"monroe house" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"monroe house" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Easy, fast to my Jewish friends out there very easy fest. Sydney is out this morning. I hope he has an easy Festus. Well, him and his family's days attending a Esseker. Some AA Jewish tradition for when When somebody passes away his he lost his data within the past couple of months and so end for Sid Rosenberg is my good friend, Dominic. Quarter. Good morning. Good morning. Bernie is so nice to be with you. It is a pleasure, Dominick. I've heard you for a lot of years with Curtis. Likewise. Likewise, Van of yours? Well, that's very nice, But I'm a fan of yours. You have a great demeanor are on the air and two guys, one white, one black. Two guys from the project's two guys from the projects. That's right. In the be up in the bx. That's right. About a fact. Same Barrow. Same burrow. Ah, Curtis was telling me you're the project's first and down by 138 Street. That's pretty good. The patterson houses and a fragment house driving you were the was the Monroe House. The Monroe house? Yes, monaural houses and Ah, I'm glad I'm not there anymore. So, um, I know that was it was a little Harry. It was Larry. You know, you know, you know how it is in the hood. You know, it's good to have you, Dominic. Dominic is a longtime New York reporter. And a very, very smart, very intelligent individual. And you and so I'm not even sure, Dominic cause I was telling you off the air exactly where you stand on certain things, but we're going to find out this morning, so we'll bring it all up is a lot to talk about. As you know. Ah, well, of course, the most obvious is the Supreme Court pick. Of Amy Cockney Barrett by the president. But locally, you actually have the principles you knew the principals themselves, not the union or is it the union? It's the union. It is invincible is your principles union has has requested that the Blasio and Karan's a remove themselves entirely from from the education system in New York City, which is unprecedented. And by the way, I couldn't agree more. Get him the hell out there. It's a complete and total disaster from one day to the next. The parents don't know in the students, of course, don't know what is goingto happen. I mean, they in person. Learning is going to begin on a certain day two days earlier. Well, we're not going to do it now. I mean, if you're a working parent You're screwed. Absolutely. And when you look at Bernie the fact that tomorrow is a very important day in New York and nationally tomorrow. Of course, I know we'll talk about this. A presidential debate between President Trump and Joe Biden. Tomorrow night. I am let the sparks fly but bringing it back to what you just mentioned. There are many of us that agree that the school system would be better handled. Some parents have put it this way by almost anybody else, except for the common mayor and the current art school superintendent, and so listen, whether you like Cuomo or you hate Cuomo. The one thing we can agree on and the restaurant's got a raw deal with the with the Corona virus, But one thing we can agree on is that at least Cuomo in terms of dealing with Oh, no virus has been hands on fans. Oh, yeah. Yeah, I know it's true. And so schools are set toe open tomorrow. And so Bernie when the school principals when they issue a vote of no confidence against the Blasio, not schools Chancellor. The principal's union is saying that there are principles currently as we speak right now. Where they are still short. Some 1200 teachers and the system is supposed to open tomorrow. Right? It makes no sense. It's like that didn't see it coming. What you didn't know? I mean, you couldn't have taken a head count months ago or weeks ago at the very least. No, The incompetence is staggering, staggering so much that I've said it before. It was mid June. They asked the glass here. You gonna open the beaches and it was almost like, Wow, That's right. It's summer. I forgot. Yeah. Wow, We've got to train. Some lifeguards are beaches didn't open till like 1. August first. I mean, it's it's It's stunning. I'm going to get into Governor Cuomo's well what he said about the Briana Taylor case. To May is one of the most disgusting things that ever came out of his mouth, inciting violence against police disregarding due process in the rule of law to get into that a little bit later, But this guy, even even though yeah, he's been hands on. I mean, some of the things he says, and does with the paroling of police, vicious cop killers. And, of course, the the godfather of the No cash bail law. I mean, it's just to me. I just the guy is a smart guy, but he's Ah, He's an evil person. Attorney. Explain this to me here, and I know we've got to keep moving here and I know we just started to show here today, but The No bail system, right? Yeah. Can you weeks now listen as a person of color, I get it what they're saying. But what exactly is the point? Why would you not Why would you tie the hands of judges and give a green light to criminals that if you commit this crime, you will go home the same day if your court interested, Well, the obvious answer to me. The obvious answer is pandering..

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"monroe house" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"monroe house" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Don't have power thanks to Tropical Storm G Long Island says it hopes to restore power to the vast majority of nearly 90,000 customers still in the dark by the end of the day Saturday it hopes all customers will have the lights back on by the end of day Sunday. The utility had initially said 85% of its storm affected customers would be restored by the end of day Friday. But in a statement, the utility said It'd had underestimated the extent of the storm's damage. David Folk Thomas W. R. New in Connecticut, Still over 200,000 without power cops are searching for two men who are wanted in connection with the assault and stabbing of a 14 year old boy in the Bronx. It was caught on video and took place on July 30th of 505 p. M. On Soundview Avenue. The two unidentified men approached the teenager, and one proceeded to stab him in the back while the other punched and stopped on the victim. While he was on the ground. Authorities say the two men fled towards the Monroe Houses on Story Avenue. The victim was taken to a local hospital for his injuries, and no arrests have been made. Paul de Castro W R News. The Yanks split the doubleheader with Ray's winning 8 to 4 in the first game than losing the 2nd 5 to 3. They play again tomorrow one. Here's your W. R Weather Channel forecast High pressure builds in We're looking dryer to round up this weekend Skies train fare to partly cloudy, some patchy fog developing. It's warm. Low in the mid sixties. A low seventies early. Patchy fog Sunday, followed by mixed clouds. Sunshine highs in the mid to operate. These were mostly clear fog possible. Sunday night lows low seventies Monday. Plentiful sunshine high, You're 90. I mean, draws Tabor Start your day with Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning weekdays six Till 10 I'll Michaud Kabbalah on 7 10 W. O R. An NBC News radio station. The following is a paid program W ars.

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"monroe house" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

11:29 min | 2 years ago

"monroe house" Discussed on KTRH

"As the inspiration for the eternal darkness tour on season one of the American horror story it was a historical consultant for Quentin Tarantino for once upon a time in Hollywood he is an icon in the world of Hollywood death in nineteen ninety four he held LA's infamous grave line towards driving tour surround Hollywood in a funeral hearse I may have seen him he also launched as popular celebrity website find a death dot com which chronicles the last days of celebrities lives in two thousand five he launched his own Hollywood tour company dearly departed towards which quickly became the authoritative celebrity deaths source and is the founder of the dearly departed podcast with co host Mike Dorsey first of all let's say hi to Scott Scott welcome to the program thank you George what an intro thank you so much for having I'm looking forward to this and let me bring Mike and Mike Dorsey is an award winning documentary filmmaker editor television producer he's been a frequent collaborator with dearly departed podcast does Scott Michaels for more than a decade Mike made the two thousand fifteen crime documentary myrtle wrapped inside the Biggie and Tupac murders which solves the murders of Biggie and Tupac most recently he was the producer and editor of the paranormal documentary demand house starring Zak Bagans from ghost adventures and with Scott Michaels might produce the Manson family documentary the six degrees of helter skelter which buzzfeed readers named the fourth scariest documentary ever here's Mike Dorsey Hey Michael hello thank you looking forward to this to win did the. Biggie and Tupac some keep saying that to park is still alive do you keep hearing that story all the time it's mainly just in the tabloids that are looking for clicks it it's pretty irrefutable that he he died yeah I think so too tried tragedy in Las Vegas sure he's an iconic figure any of them you know very passionate fan base so you know kind of like with Elvis people don't want to let go and let him go so I get what people want to believe he still lives in both your bikes will be open so feel free to jump in at any time but Scott what got you to start the dearly departed podcast. well Mike and I have been I have been friends to collaborate just as you said for about ten years and and sort of you know everyone else was doing and we have some great stories that haven't been hold our own sort of slant on Hollywood is really never been touched upon and we we just figured well we'll give it a shot and people seem to respond to and we we enjoy it actually it's a lot of fun how often do you do in the show. currently. nothing to replace probably we we put together by one every every about two weeks is how we we launch but one new one every couple weeks. we want to hear it how did they find it it is on they can go to dearly departed pod dot com and then they can look at dearly departed podcast on iTunes Spotify stitcher and you can find us on Facebook okay let's have you guys get more shows to our producer Tom we'll see what we can do for you on the I heart radio podcasting that be great that would be terrific thank you George agree topic indeed the Hollywood is is a great place for the strange and unusual deaths and use guided you Mike you're right in the middle of all of it aren't you all right in the thick of it yeah yeah it's sort of embrace it a lot of people run from the subject but that's sort of where we run to and and yeah it's it's it's the go to story for me I love I love the Hollywood that Scott did you find when you started the dearly departed tours that there was a great. audience for this well there's certainly a quality audience to it you know we've all sort of what's funny when I started doing this tour started doing this business it was back when you know people were buying their true crime magazines and sort of talking them in the back of their grocery taxes no one would see and and now you know there are twenty four hour cable networks devoted strictly to the subject matter so people come out of the closet so to speak you know and and and I was sort of it I was at the forefront of that most definitely and and and people of sort of well now the mainstream is jumped on mine bandwagon you know this it's it's become very common place now I was just given the address of Marilyn Monroe's house that she was in when she died I don't even know if it's still around but you don't you think about that it was in Brentwood somewhere five Selena Dr sure it's still there it's still there yeah do these days is it Yuri when you drive by these places and just kind of stare at the house let me tell you why I go to Denver every month to do are beyond belief television show and in boulder of course that's where Jon Benet Ramsey the poor little girl was killed and the driver said look you know be before I get you to the TV studio we're going right by the Jon Benet Ramsey house I want to show it to you and I'm thinking now my god do I want to see the house and he said he said look you're in the news business you need to see this and in the G. says I I'm gonna ask you a question afterwards I said okay let my driver and he drives me up by the house and I look at it in you get the weirdest sensation looking at that house visualizing and trying to picture the tragedy that happened years before the people get that feeling when you take them on tours and they look at these places. well I tried to encourage that feeling actually because that's what that's what put it puts a a human spin on that when you're looking at that house the the Ramsey have ocean in boulder you you're trying to think of the imagine the things but those walls echoed you know the things that that that that that home sort of contains and it's been a fascination for so many people for so long so for instance on my tour if we're passing the Janis Joplin hotel room yeah we're she passed away I can point out a room and people sort of you know are fascinated with that but if you add in the human aspect of playing her music and then looking at that room that's the emotional impact that's the part that I really that's what I go for because it breaks it makes these people into real stories of real humans not just you know record albums are photographs is the you could realize the history that happened right there are these places haunted. well I would say some of them are most definitely I think so I think that there's some things some people just aren't ready to move on and I do believe that some of these people to hang around yeah definitely. in Mike when you have worked on the documentary and of a lot of this of course. he has have you found it to be strange and unusual on some of these cases. yeah I I grew up in a law enforcement family so I kind of grew up hearing about stories about the strange and unusual sure people do to each other but I yeah for me a lot of times a lot better than late at night and so when it's one or two o'clock in the morning and if you're in a dark room and the city is asleep and I'm editing something like demon house. yourself out in a way use dirty you know you start thinking that you're hearing things are seen things out of the corner of your eyes so yeah you can get when your cut in this world for a long time ago and I can get you a little bit what's your documentary about the Manson family with the six degrees of helter skelter what made it one of the fourth most curious documentaries according to buzzfeed readers well we took audiences to the locations where things happened in which is interesting and we didn't really focus on a killer so much because they've been you know idolized in a wave bye bye society and can hold up as you know a lot of the focus is always on them so we focus more on the victims and where the victims lived in all when we could I think of the forty different locations tied to the to the crimes and I think that he was once we got into we set it up and then once you get into the murders you're you're kind of prime for it and we had video footage from inside the house and she'll drive before was torn down that we use with crime scene photos and everything in a really it put you there and we had you know some of the Manson recordings music recordings that they had we got permission to use so I think it's just not it's the real horror of it it's a horror film but it actually happened why we tried we tried to stay away from the how could this have happened the you know the homecoming princess turns in murderer we do we do really didn't do any of that stuff we were very victim oriented and it was more like this is where it happened and this is exactly what happened as opposed to you know the theoretical stuff and that actually the horror of of the real incident is is is horrifying enough without adding and all that other other other business because we are very we know we focus on the victims of what they went through as opposed to you know the killers lives couple years ago I play the recording of Charlie Mansons original audition tape of musical audition tape that he gave to the beach boys hoping that he was going to be. well one of them and they of course rejected him and would there be the beach boys original of founder an agent to rush Regan who's not with us anymore. a copy of the tape the let us play in and listen to we could not keep it but it was it was strange hearing Charlie Manson do what he did that but after they rejected him he flipped out and look what happened right yeah that's certainly certainly added to the things that were going on in his head at that time we mentioned the thing about him you it wasn't terrible he wasn't a bad musician he wasn't a bad song ready wasn't terrific either but you know he was as good as he was not good and and just so I can I can understand how he he had some. yeah we had some attache back then he could he could have done okay there are a lot of people that were worse than him they got record deals and and yeah him by by him being sort of sun by the beach boys will that didn't that did not set well with them certainly. let's talk about some of the favored LA based murders and why they're so popular still at this point of course we got to start with sure Sharon Tate us a tragedy no doubt but that's way up on the list isn't that's my go to story I mean that that has been my obsession for decades I a I just find that case so fascinating because up until that night of the Tate murders you thought you were safe in your own bed if people weren't anymore Abigail Folger was literally in bed reading a book wearing a nightgown in bed and within thirty minutes she was on the front lawn with twenty eight stab wounds and it was on sale for four months so it it changed everyone's comfort level used you were no longer safe in your own house in your own.

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"monroe house" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

11:06 min | 2 years ago

"monroe house" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"For Scott Michaels serving as the inspiration for the eternal darkness tour on season one of the American horror story it was a historical consultant for Quentin Tarantino for once upon a time in Hollywood he is an icon in the world of Hollywood death in nineteen ninety four he held LA's infamous grave line towards driving tour surround Hollywood in a funeral hers I may have seen him he also launched is popular celebrity website find a death dot com which chronicles the last days of celebrities lives in two thousand five he launched his own Hollywood tour company dearly departed towards which quickly became the authoritative celebrity deaths source and is the founder of the dearly departed podcast with co host Mike Dorsey first of all let's say hi to Scott Scott welcome to the program thank you George what an intro thank you so much for having I'm looking forward to this let me bring Mike and Mike Dorsey is an award winning documentary filmmaker editor television producer he's been a frequent collaborator with dearly departed podcast told Scott Michaels for more than a decade Mike made the two thousand fifteen crime documentary murder rap inside the Biggie and Tupac murders which solves the murders of Biggie and two pac most recently he was the producer and editor of the paranormal documentary demon house starring Zak Bagans from ghost adventures and with Scott Michaels might produce the Manson family documentary the six degrees of helter skelter which buzzfeed readers named the fourth scariest documentary ever here's Mike Dorsey Hey Michael hello thank you looking forward to this to win the. did the. Biggie and Tupac some keep saying that to park is still alive do you keep hearing that story all the time it's mainly just in the tabloids that are looking for clicks. it is pretty irrefutable that he he died yeah I think so too trad tragedy in Las Vegas sure he's an iconic figure any of them you know very passionate fan base so you know kind of like with Elvis people don't want to let go and let him go so I get I get what people want to believe he's still alive so both your bikes will be open so feel free to jump in at any time but Scott what got you to start the dearly departed podcast. well with Mike and I have been have been friends collaborators as you said for about ten years and and sort of you know everyone else was doing and we have some great stories that haven't been hold our own sort of slant on Hollywood is really never been touched upon and we we just figured well we'll give it a shot and people seem to respond to and we we enjoy it actually it's a lot of fun how often do you do in the show. currently you. nothing to replace probably we we put together but one every every about two weeks is how we we launch but one new one every couple of weeks. we want to hear it how did they find it. it is on making the dearly departed pod dot com and then take a look at dearly departed podcast on iTunes Spotify get your mind you can find us on Facebook okay let's have you guys get more shows to our producer Tom we'll see what we can do for you on the I heart radio broadcasting that be great that would be terrific thank you George agree topic indeed the Hollywood is is a great place for the strange and unusual deaths and use guided you Mike you're right in the middle of all of it aren't you. right in the thick of it yet yeah it's sort of embrace it a lot of people run from the subject but that's sort of what we run to and and yeah it's it's it's the go to story for me I love I love the Hollywood that Scott did you find when you started the dearly departed tours that there was a great. audience for this well there's certainly a cul de audience to it you know we've all sort of what's funny when I started doing this tour started doing this business it was back when you know people were buying their true crime magazines and sort of talking them in the back of their grocery Texas known would see and and now you know there are twenty four hour cable networks devoted strictly to the subject matter so people will come out of the closet so to speak you know and and and I was sort of at the I was at the forefront of that most definitely and and and people of sort of well now the mainstream is jumped online bandwagon you know this it's it's become very common place now I was just given the address of Marilyn Monroe's house that she was in when she died I don't even know if it's still around but you don't you think about that it was in Brentwood somewhere five this Selena Dr sure it's still there it's still there yeah do these days is it Yuri when you drive by these places and just kind of stare at the house let me tell you why I go to Denver every month to do are beyond belief television show and in boulder of course that's where Jon Benet Ramsey the poor little girl was killed and the driver said look you know be before I get you to the TV studio we're going right by the Jon Benet Ramsey house I want to show it to you and I'm thinking now my god do I want to see the house and he said that he said look you're in the news business you need to see this and the images says I I'm gonna ask you a question afterwards I said okay let my driver and he drives me up by the house and I look at it in you get the weirdest sensation looking at that house visualizing and trying to picture the tragedy that happened years before the people get that feeling when you take them on tours and they look at these places. well I tried to encourage that feeling actually because that's what that's what put it would say a human spin on that when you're looking at that house the the Ramsey have ocean in boulder you you're trying to think of the imagine that things but those walls echoed you know the things that that that that that home sort of contains and it's been a fascination for so many people for so long so for instance on my tour with were passing the Janis Joplin hotel we're you know we're she passed away I can point out a room and people sort of you know are fascinated with that but if you had in that human aspect of playing her music and then looking at that room that's the emotional impact that's the part that I really that's what I go for because it breaks it makes these people into real. stories of real humans not just you know record albums are photographs is the you could realize the history that happened right there are these places haunted. well I would say some of them are most definitely I think so I think that there's some things some people just aren't ready to move on and I do believe that some of these people to hang around yeah definitely interesting in Mike when you I have worked on the documentary and of a lot of this of course. he has have you found it to be strange and unusual on some of these cases. yeah I am I grew up in a law enforcement family so I kind of grew up hearing about stories about the strange and unusual sure people do to each other but I yeah for me a lot of times a lot better than late at night and so what if one or two o'clock in the morning and if you're in a dark room in the city of the sleep and I'm editing something like demon house yourself out in a way yes there you know you start thinking that you're hearing things are seen things out of the corner of your eyes so yeah you can get when your cut in this world for a long time ago and I can get you a little bit with your documentary about the Manson family with the six degrees of helter skelter what made it one of the fourth most scariest documentaries according to buzzfeed readers well we took audiences to the locations where things happened aha and it's interesting we didn't really focus on the killer so much because they've been you know idolized in a wave height by society and kind of held up as you know a lot of the focus is always on them so we focus more on the victims and where the victim lived in all when we could I think with the forty different locations tied to the to the crimes and I think that he was once we got into we set it up and then once you get into the murders you're you're kind of prime for it and we had video footage from inside the house and feel dry before was torn down that we use with crime scene photos and everything in a really it put you there and we had you know some of the Manson recordings music recordings that they had we got permission to use so I think it is but it's the real horror of it it's like war film but it actually happened right we tried we tried to to stay away from the how could this have happened the you know the homecoming princess turned murderer we do we do really didn't do any of that stuff we were very victim oriented and it was more like this is where it happened and this is exactly what happened as opposed to you know the theoretical stuff and that actually the horror of of the real incident is is is horrifying enough without adding in all that other other other business because we are very we know we focus on the victims of what they went through as opposed to you know the killers lives couple years ago I play the recording of Charlie Mansons original audition tape of musical audition tape that he gave to the beach boys hoping that he was going to become. well one of them and they of course rejected him and would there be the beach boys original of founder an agent to rush Regan who's not with us anymore. a copy of the tape the let us play in and listen to we could not keep it up but it was it was strange fearing Charlie Manson do what he did that but after they rejected him he flipped out and look what happened right yeah that's certainly certainly added to the things that were going on in his head at that time we mentioned the thing about him you it wasn't terrible he wasn't a bad musician he wasn't a bad song ready wasn't terrific either but you know he was as good as he was not good and and just so I can I can understand how he had some. you know we had some attache back then he could he could have done okay there are a lot of people that were worse than him they got record deals and and yeah him by by him being sort of shown by the beach boys let that that did not set well with them certainly. let's talk about some of the favorite LA based murders and why they're so popular still at this point of course we got to start with Sir Sharon Tate us a tragedy no doubt but that's way up on the list isn't that's my go to story I mean that that has been my obsession for decades I a I just find that.

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"monroe house" Discussed on KNST AM 790

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14:09 min | 3 years ago

"monroe house" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And we are back our final hour with Richard a stop has. We talk about the other side, Richard. What's next for you? What are your next projects? Well, after I had back across the poem to the UK to investigate foaming jail in Jamaica and a few other kinds of places I'm back to the United States and invested in Monroe house, which is in Vienna. And it's supposedly. The scene of a pretty dog negative colty. How many places do you think are haunted just in the United States? You know, I think it depends upon degree and definition George. I think that you can see paranormal activity in many homes transitory fairly common. Once you have a member of the family die. I think many people have story. I think we get close to holiday such as Christmas where things seem to happen around the house, but imply reptile up a dropping back in to see how we're doing a lot more widespread than you might expect. I think so too and nuts talk about the Malvern manner in Iowa tell me about that place. Oh, one of my favorite places in Iowa. Melvin mounting a hotel at least when it was originally built in the nineteenth century and soon became a excuse me, a nursing home and a home for those who were a good kid only had special needs and really had nowhere else to go. When it was closed down and left dental places dumb the reputation for being haunted, and I was given the opportunity to investigate that with a team of fella paranormal investigator. It's a fascinating place. We took on about the ballista acts meta house when Melvin Mana walk a hotel. It was formed to seven the railroad is so many towns and hotels. What back in the nineteenth century George existed pretty much? So that travelers across the country on the railroad upholster the night sleep in a bad have a bath. And then be on that way in the morning. And there is a theory that the tax code roommate. Spend the night at either before. Killing creepy. Genuinely I'm not sure I'd want to spend the night in these places. I get that totally a number of people think I'm pretty strange for doing it. But I'm pretty sure a lot of your listeners share similar fascination. I I've always loved the stories behind it all if you leave the ghosts in the activity sites. Many of the time I'll go to somewhere like this. And nothing happens more often than not inside. But what you always have to do is you get a window into the lives of those who came before us those generations that built this country. You know, those generations on his shoulders and stand is terrific to be able to look at the stories, and sometimes unfortunate enough to tell them books. It's wonderful occupation. Let's go to the phones. PJ's Jason Denver, Colorado. Not too far from where you are now. Richard PJ. Welcome to the program. Hi, george. How are you? Great. Thanks. I hope you remember me. I'm a realtor. I'm sixty six years old. I talked to you four months ago. I was stage for organ loss with ninety percent kidney loss. Yes. And you let me go on here. And I did go because I'm a realtor. You know, my information is with the state of Colorado on computer. So you love me to give my post office box number, and I had about twenty five people calling me. I mean, writing me and stuff like that. So thank you for that. But I might tell you is. I am stage five right now I received a letter from my doctor telling me three weeks ago out stage by and he's met with me as last week in my question to you is that I'm Catholic canton. I've with their for death all this. I think I've been fortunate announced you do everyday. That was supposed to be doing as a Catholic in as a Christian to get prepared. I'm afraid, but I'm prepared for what I'm thinking. I'm going to face. And my question is are these people who haunt are the ones that are caught up that are not prepared. I feel like when I die. I believe that. Because of my face, I'm going to have a choice. I'm either going to go to heaven, or as Catholic we have a choice to go to purgatory which eventually gets says, they have an order to hell depending on where judge. So I was always taught whatever you have inside of you, you see and others if you seek good in others is because you have good and yourself so many question again news is a person doomed to haunt or to be. I don't wanna be here. I don't wanna be a walking around this earth. But are you doing something that you have to go to or if you're well prepared? Do you have to do do you have to become a poultry guy? So I. I'd like to know answer. I'll stay in line. It's all right. I'll put you on. Hold to listen. Go ahead. Richard. Okay. PJ? Thanks for calling in tonight. I really appreciate your question. And first of all preface this by saying? Your beliefs. A one hundred percent your beliefs, and I totally respect them. Okay. Based on doing this now for twenty four years. I don't think you have anything to fear about what happens afterward. I I've got a good friend of mine who is a paranormal investigator when there's also a Catholic priest and personally PJ, I'm agnostic, I try and keep an open mind, spiritually, you know. And I'll tell you very briefly inexperienced to happen to me few years ago. I brought something negative hung with me from an investigation. And my wife was not happy to say Elise. That happens. So. And so we have shadow figures around the house. We've got a woman's voice in the house when the dog is going crazy whenever we would hear this. And so I really didn't know how to deal with it never happened to me in twenty twenty odd years of doing this. How do you get rid of it when you walk? How would you need? I think so I call my friend, Stephen the pre and I said, look, Stephen, not Catholic. I wouldn't even say that I'm a Christian. I the great race respect for those. Who are that's just not my belief system. But can you help and he said, Richard I'll come on over. So he came on over with all of his nice pie. His box of. What to call it? But it was what he would use his blessing rituals and so forth. And I said Steven I really appreciate you coming up gonna work because I I don't believe what you believe. He said, Richard. What's important here is the intent? That's the thing. It's not about the specific belief system that you have said, I'll do this Clinton for you. I'll pray in the name of God, it will work for you. I can pretty much promise you kept an open mind and Stephen bid his his ceremony. He started at the top of my house and. He was applying holy war. All the windows. Doors splashing, it everywhere. Nano he was stabbing across actually on all of the windows doesn't I thought about his patent the way he moves to my house. It's interesting. It was almost as if was sweeping something negative out from room to room into the whole way down the stairs. And then again into the main hallway, and he said if you bless him, stop absolutely everything from happening. And he said, don't worry mate. You may not believe in God. But he shou believes in you the council, and you're you're a good, man. I'm not that will. So the reason I mentioned that PJ. I'm sure you're a good man to and I I have no doubt whatsoever. That you will be able to go wherever it isn't choose to go. Once you pass that you will not be stuck around. If you do not choose to keep fighting the good fight PJ. I know that's tough up the stage five that doesn't get much worse than that doesn't Joe in Long Island, New York's where the say Joseph go ahead. Should a couple of questions, sir. I won people call on the phone, and, you know, like a woman's voice or something like that. It's almost like he's saying it could be witchcraft and and today coast, you know, or could potentially be for some people on that computer coming through. And then my second thing would be on the house. You know that seem that the giant owls that show up. Are they kind of an intelligent being? That's looking offers the situation the wise owl or that. And also you have the clowns to which people spotting. You know that an unexplained. Well, I'm gonna defer actually the first question about the phone call to you, George purely because you get a bunch of research on this. Come join it. Yeah. I'll do that next. Go ahead with his second question. Okay. So your second question. So was I believe. Our spiritual beings, right? You know, one thing that I've learned in my in my field is that some too few of us by which so-called experts. Most of his arms were just people that have studied this for a long time. Kisyov is a willing to say, I don't know. I'm I'm the phenomenon you're talking about the question. You just asked me I'm not qualified to answer it. So I'm going have to be totally honest and tell you I don't that's interesting as far as people calling with the different voices. Whether they've been bewitched who knows we get a lot of phone calls on this program, and it's entirely possible. That those from the other side can try to do all kinds of strange things and our work talking to the dead, lots of different voices come through. It's it's possible. But I think Joe was talking about in terms of tricking women voices to trick a guy. I don't think I've had that happen here. I've not heard of that happening either this steadily not a record of that. In my case files. I keep waiting but the call never comes. Maybe one day. We'll come in George. Let's go to Mike truck driving in Michigan. First time. Caller, Michael, go ahead. Thank you for taking my call, George Richard amazing program. Thank you, sir. I hi have not told this story to hardly anybody. Because everybody looks like I'm nuts. Twenty years ago. My I got a phone call from my mother and my father had a small cell lung cancer. She said you better get up to the hospital here. Father is not breathing. Well, I was an hour and a half away. I got up to the hospital actually hospital in muskegon parked in the parking lot was going to go into the rear entrance to the hospital to go up to his room and the lights were out on the back door and a woman had a black dress. She was wearing heels totally in black beautiful shape at Nazi your face because there was a black veil over they had she was wearing came through the door. I went tried to go to the door to go in. And I couldn't get in. So I had to go around to the hospital. I went through the emergency room. They told me how to get upstairs. When I got there. My mother said your dad passed away about three minutes ago. I went into the room is still open. I could feel his spirit almost see a shadow above him. Said goodbye coasters is. And came out in my mom said it's too bad. You're just couldn't get here. And I said, well, I was here. Some woman came out the back door the hospital, but I couldn't get in. And the doctor looked at me. And he said nobody came out that door that door's locked at night. Does not work. And and you know, better I know better. I mean, it was plain as day was real. And I just figured out that I just seen the angel of death walking out with my father solar or something. That could be. I'd like to get an opinion on that. I'll let you take a stab at that, Richard. Absolutely. And that sort of multiple stories did I hit it. You're truck driver. Yes. He is. Excellent. Thank you for everything. You do. I know that's an under appreciated profession. So many of it depend on what you do. So you drive safely. My thought on that is that there are many documents. It is off figures in Black Sea. They men women no children that seemed to attend upon the death. Whether it is a spirit coming over to help ease the transition, which could be my take on it, or whether you choose to the angel of death, some people I think would consider that to have a negative connotations with consider it finding the vast majority of substates it on record actually seems to bring great comfort to those who who experienced nothing much that the living space, but the patients to pass themselves. They seem to almost be pending to the more caring for them. So I think that possibly this was a spirit that came to tomorrow. Passing. And and helping to whatever it is. That comes next, Richard. Let me ask you about angels. Where do they fit into the situation?.

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"monroe house" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

14:17 min | 3 years ago

"monroe house" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"And we are back our final hour with Richard a step has we talk about the other side, Richard. What's next for you? What are your next projects? After I had back across the poem to the UK to investigate foaming gel in Jamaica, and amongst a few other kinds of places I'm back to the United States. And invested in Monroe house, which is an NBA and it's supposedly the scene of a pretty dog negative haunted. How many places do you think are haunted just in the United States? Depends upon degree and definition George. I think that you could see paranormal activity in many homes transitory fairly common. Once you have a member of the family die. I think many people have story we get close to holiday such as Christmas where things seem to happen around the house, but imply the telephones a dropping back into see how we're doing a lot more widespread than you might expect. I think so too much talk about the Malvern manner in Iowa tell me about that place. Oh, one of my favorite places in Iowa. Melvin mountain used to be a hotel at least when it was originally built in the nineteenth century and soon became a excuse me nursing home and a home for those who were a good kid only had special needs and really had nowhere else to go. When it was closed down and left derelict places a reputation for being haunted, and I was able to to investigate that with a team of fellow paranormal investigator. Nights in place. We talk about the ballista acts matter house when Melvin mantle walk a hotel. It was formed to service the railroad. There's so many towns and hotels what back in the nineteenth century George existed pretty much. So that travelers across the country on the railroad upholster the night, you know, sleep in a bad have a bath, Cinco taste and then on that way in the morning. And there is a theory that the tax code roommates. Spend the night. Either before killing creepy. Genuinely creep. I'm not sure I'd want to spend the night in these places. No, I get that totally a number of people can come pretty strange for doing it. But I'm pretty sure a lot of your listeners share similar fascination. I I've always loved the stories behind it all if you leave the ghosts in the activity sites. Many of the time I'll go to somewhere like this. There's nothing happens more often than not inside. But what you always have to do is you get a window into the lives of those who came before those generations that built this country, you know, both generations on his shoulders and stand is terrific to be able to look at their stories, and sometimes unfortunate enough to tell them in books. It's wonderful occupation. Let's go to the phones PJ's in Denver, Colorado. Not too far from where you are now, Richard. Hi PJ. Welcome to the program. Hi, george. How are you? Great. Thanks. I hope you remember me. I'm a realtor. And fifty six years old. I talked to you four months ago. I was stage for organ loss with ninety percent kidney live. Yes. And you go on the air, and I did go because I'm a realtor. You know, my information is with the state of Colorado on computer. So you love me to give my post office box number, and I had about twenty five people calling me. I mean, writing me and stuff like that. So thank you for that. But I might tell you is. I am stage five right now. I received a letter from my doctor telling me three weeks ago out stage five and he's met with me as last week. In my question to you is that I'm Catholic and I've well prepared for gas. All this. I think I've been fortunate enough to do everything else supposed to be doing as a Catholic as a Christian to get prepared. I'm afraid, but I'm prepared for what I'm sinking in the face. And my question is are these people who haunt are the ones that are caught up that are not prepared. I feel like when I die. I believe that because of my faith. I'm going to have a choice. I'm either going to go to heaven, or as Catholic we have a choice to go to purgatory which eventually get says, they have an order to hell depending on one judge. So I was always taught whatever you have inside of you, you see if you see good in others, just because you have good and yourself. So my question again news is a person doomed to haunt or to be. I don't wanna be your. I don't wanna be walking around this earth. But are you doing something that you have to go through or if you're well prepared? Do you have to do do you have to become a poltergeist? So I I'd like to know the answer. I'll stay on line is. All right. I'll put you on. Hold to listen. Go ahead. Richard. Jay, thanks for calling in tonight. I really appreciate your question. And first of all I'll preface this by saying. Your beliefs. A one hundred percent your beliefs, and I totally respect them. Okay. This now for twenty four years. I don't think you have anything to say about what happens afterward. I I've got a good friend of mine who is a pound noble investigator. When there's also a Catholic priest personally PJ agnostic, I try and keep an open mind, socially, you know. And I'll tell you very briefly inexperienced to happen to me years ago. I brought something negative home with me from an investigation. And my wife was not happy to say that happens. So. And so we had shadow figures around the house. We got a woman's voice in the house when nobody was going crazy whenever we would hit the sports. And so I really didn't know how to deal with it never happened to me in twenty twenty odd years of doing this. How do you get rid of it when you take your work? How would you? So I call my friend, Stephen the, and I said, look, Stephen, I'm not Catholic. I wouldn't even say on the Christian. I the great race respect for those who all the best just not my belief system. But can you help? And he said, Richard I'll come on over. So he came on over with all of his nice pie. His box of. What to call it? But it was what he would use things blessing rituals and so forth. And I said Steven I really appreciate you coming up, but work because I I don't believe what you believe said, Richard. What's important here is the intent? That's the key thing. It's not about the specific belief system that you have. He said, I'll do this Clinton for. You are pray in the name of God, it will work for you. I can pretty much promise you kept an open mind and Stephen did his his ceremony. He started at the top of my house news interim applying holy war. All the windows doors, splashing, it everywhere. No, no, no. He was stabbing across actually on all of the windows doors, as I thought about his Patton the way that he moves to my house is interesting. It was almost you sweeping something negative out. You know from room to room into the whole way down the stairs. And then again into the main hallway out from and he said if you bless him stopped absolutely everything from happening. And he said don't worry may you may not believe in God. But he believes in you that counts. And you're a good night. I'm not that will matter. So the reason I mentioned that PJ. I'm sure that you're a good man to and I I have no doubt. What so that you will be able to go wherever we do choose to go. Once you pass that you will not be stuck around. If you do not choose to keep fighting the good fight PJ. I know that's tough up the stage five at the doesn't get much worse than that doesn't Joe in Long Island, New York's with us. Hey joseph. Go ahead should a couple of questions serve people. Call on the phone, and, you know, like a woman's voice or something like that. Almost like he's saying it could be witchcraft and Antony ghost, you know, or could potentially be for some people on the computer coming through. And then my second thing with the on the you know that seem that the giant owls I'd show up a kind of an intelligent paying. That's looking over the situation the wise owl. And also you have the clowns to which people spotting. You know that I'm. Well, I'm gonna actually the question about the phone call to you, George purely because you get a bunch of research on this book enjoyed it. Yeah. I'll do that next. Go ahead with his second question. Okay. So your second question. So I believe. Our spiritual beings. You know, one thing that I've learned in my in my field is that some to few of us by which I mean, so-called experts most of his arms were just people that have studied this for a long time to seal a willing to say, I don't know. I'm the phenomenon you're talking about the question. You just asked me I'm not qualified to answer it. So I'm going to have to be totally honest and tell you I don't that's interesting as far as people calling with the different voices. Whether they've been. Bewitched? Who knows we get a lot of phone calls on this program, and it's entirely possible. That those from the other side can try to do all kinds of strange things and our work talking to the dead, lots of different voices come through. It's it's possible. But I think Joe was talking about in terms of tricking women voices to trick a guy. I don't think I've had that happen here. I've not heard of that happening either this steadily not a record of that. In my case files. I keep waiting, but the call never comes maybe one day. We'll come enjoy. Let's go to Mike truck driving in Michigan. First time. Caller, Michael, go ahead. Thank you for taking my call, George Richard amazing program. Thank you, sir. I hi have not told this story to hardly anybody. Because everybody looks at me like I'm nuts. Twenty years ago. My I got a phone call from my mother and my father had a small cell lung cancer. She said you better get up to the hospital here. Father is not breathing. Well, I was an hour and a half away. I got up to the hospital actually hospital in muskegon parked in the parking. Lot was going to go into the rear entrance hospital up to his Rome. And the whites were out on the back door and a woman had a black dress. She was wearing heels totally in black beautiful shape. Not see your face because there was a black veil over they had she was wearing came through the door. I went tried to go through the door to go in. And I couldn't get in. So I had to go around to the hospital. I went through the emergency room. They told me how to get upstairs. When I got there. My mother said here dad passed away about three minutes ago. I went into the room horses. I'd or still open. I could feel spirit almost see a shadow above him. Goodbye dome. Coasters is. And came out in my mom said it's too bad. You're just cutting get here. And I said, well, I was here at some woman came out the back door the hospital, but I couldn't get in. And the doctor looked at me. And he said nobody came out that door that door's locked at night. Does not work. And and you know, better. I know bear it was plain as day was real. Yeah. I just figured out that I just seen angel of death walking out with my father solar something. That could be. I'd like to get an opinion on that. I'll let you take a stab at that, Richard. Absolutely. And that's what multiple stories did. I hear that your Taiba. Yes. He is. Excellent. Thank you for everything that you do. I know that's an under appreciated profession. So many of it. Depend on what you do for you drive safely tonight. My thought on that is that there are many documents. It is off figures in black be. They men women. No children that seemed to attend upon the best. Whether it is a spirit coming over to help ease the transition, which would be my. It or whether you choose to at the angel of death, some people I think would consider that to have a negative connotations would consider signing of the vast majority of such tasted on record actually seem to bring great comfort to those who who experienced nothing much that the living with us. But. The patients to pass themselves. They seem to almost be tending to the more caring for them. So I think that possibly this was the spirit came to tomorrow passing and help them across whatever it is comes next, Richard. Let me ask you about angels where do they fit into the equation? Well, again, you're asking an agnostic. So the term angel is one that I think seems to come from high-priced background..

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"monroe house" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

14:06 min | 3 years ago

"monroe house" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"App today. And we are back our final hour with Richard a step as we talk about the other side, Richard what's next for you? What are your next projects? Well, after I had back across the poem to the UK to investigate bombing jail in Jamaica in amongst a few other kinds of places I'm back to the United States. And invested in Monroe house, which is in Indiana, and it's supposedly a pretty dog negative haunted. How many places do you think are haunted just in the United States? Depends upon degree and definition George. I think that you. Many transitory fairly common. Once you have a member of the family die. I think many people have story, especially if we get close to holiday such as Christmas where things happened around the house, but imply this test prep telephones and dropping back into see how we're doing a lot more widespread than we might expect. I think so too. And let's talk about the Malvern manner in Iowa tell me about that place. One of my favorite places in Iowa. Melvin mount used to be a hotel at least when it was originally felt in the nineteen th century and soon became a excuse me nursing home and a home for those who kid only had special needs and really had no else in the community when it was closed down and left derelict place, a dumb the reputation for being halted. And I was given the opportunity to investigate that with team as fella power normal. Investigators fascinating place. We you're on about the ballista acts meta house when Melvin mantle was a hotel. It was formed to service the railroads. There's so many towns and hotels what back in the nineteenth century George existed pretty much. So that travelers across the country on the railroad the night sleep in clean bad have a bath wrinkle tastes and then beyond that way in the morning. And there is a theory. That. Roommates. Nights, Alvin Mana either before killing creepy. Genuinely cream. I'm not sure I'd want to spend the night in these places. I get that totally a number of people become pretty strange for doing it. But I'm pretty sure a lot of your listeners share similar fascination. I I've always loved the stories behind it all if you leave the ghosts in the actively decides many of the time I'll go to somewhere like this and nothing happens more often than not inside. But what you always have to do is you get a window into the lives of those who came before us those generations that built this country. You know, those generations on his shoulders and stand is terrific to be able to look at their stories, and sometimes unfortunate enough to tell them books. It's wonderful occupation. Let's go to the phones p Jason Denver, Colorado. Not too far from where you are now, Richard. Hi PJ. Welcome to the program. Hi, george. How are you? Great. Thanks. I hope you remember me. I'm a realtor. I'm sixty six years old. I talked to you four months ago. I was stage for organ loss with ninety percent kidney. Yes. And you let me go on the air, and I did go because I'm a realtor. My information is with the state of Colorado on computers. So you love me to give my post office box number, and I had about twenty five people calling me. I mean, writing me and stuff like that. So thank you for that. But I might tell you is. I am stage five right now. I received a letter from my doctor telling me three weeks ago out stage five and he's not with me as last week. In. My question is to you is that I'm Catholic canton. I've well care. So guess all this. I think I've been fortunate enough you do everything that I was supposed to be doing as a Catholic in a Christian to get prepared. I'm afraid, but I'm prepared for think I'm going to face. And my question is are these people who haunt are the ones that are caught up that are not prepared. I feel like when I die. I believe that because of my face I'm going to have a choice. I'm either going to go to heaven, or as Catholic we have a choice to go to purgatory which eventually get says, they have an order to hell, depending judge. So I was always taught whatever you have inside of you you see another's if you see good in others just because you have good and yourself so many question again news is a person doomed to haunt or to be. I don't wanna be your. I don't wanna be a walking around desert. But are you doomed? Is this something that you have to go to or if you're well prepared? Do you have to do do you have to become a poultry guy? So I don't answer. I'll stay on line because it's put you on. Hold to listen. Go ahead, Richard. Okay. PJ? Thanks for calling in tonight. I really appreciate your question and festival preface this by saying that you'll believe so one hundred percent your beliefs, and I totally respect them. Okay. Based on doing this now for twenty four years. I don't think you have anything to say about what happens afterward. I I've got a good friend of mine who has a paranormal investigator when there's also a Catholic priest and personally PJ, I'm agnostic, I try and keep an open mind, spiritually, you know. And I'll tell you very briefly inexperienced the happen to me years ago. I brought something negative home with me from an investigation. And my wife was not happy to say that happens. Oh. And so we had shadow figures around the house, we had women's voice in the house when the dog is going crazy whenever we would hit the sports. And so I really didn't know how to deal with it never happened to me in twenty twenty odd years of doing this. How do you get rid of it when you need I think, so I call my friend, Stephen the crease, and I said, look, Stephen, I'm not Catholic. I wouldn't even say, I'm a Christian. I the greatest respect for those who all the best just not my belief system. But can you help and he said, Richard I'll come on over. So he came on over with all of his nice pie. His box of. What to call it? But it was what he would use his blessing rituals and so forth. And I said Steven I really appreciate you coming to work because I I don't believe what you believe. And he said, Richard what's important here is the intent. That's the key thing. It's not about the specific belief system that you have said, I'll do this Clinton for you pray in the name of God, it will work for you. I can pretty much promise you kept an open mind and Stephen did his his ceremony. He started at the top of my house. Komo news applying holy wars. All the windows doors, splashing, it everywhere. Nano he was stabbing across actually on all of the windows doesn't I thought about his patent the way that he moves to my house was interesting. It was almost a sweeping something negative out. You know from room to room into the whole way down the stairs. And then again into the main Hawaiian out some dough. And he said if you bless him stopped absolutely everything from happening. And he said don't worry may you may not believe in God. But he shou believes in you. It's the that counts. And you're you're a good, man. I'm not that will matter. So the reason I mentioned that PJ. I'm sure you're a good man to and I I have no doubt whatsoever. That you will be able to go wherever it isn't choose to go when she passed it. You will not be stuck around. If you do not choose to keep fighting the good fight PJ. I know that's tough up the stage five at the doesn't get much worse than that doesn't Joe in Long Island New York's with Joseph go ahead. Shit a couple of questions I want people call on the phone, and, you know, like a woman's voice or something like that. It's almost like he's saying it could be witchcraft and and today coast, you know, or cut the be for some people on that computer coming through. And then my second thing would be on the house. You know that seem that the giant owls that show up. They kind of an intelligent thing. That's looking offers the situation the wise owl or that. And also you have the clowns to which people spotting. You know that an unexplained. Well, I'm going to defer actually the first question about the phone call to you, George purely because you get a bunch of research on the book enjoyed it. Yeah. I'll do that next. Go ahead with his second question. Okay. So your second question. So I believe owl spiritual beings, right? You know, one thing that I've learned in my in my field is that some of us by turning so-called experts. Most of his arms were just people that have studied this for a long time a willing to say, I don't know. The phenomenon you're talking about the question. You just asked me I'm not qualified to answer it. So I'm going to have to be totally honest and tell you I don't that's interesting as far as people calling with the different voices. Whether they've been bewitched who knows we get a lot of phone calls on this program, and it's entirely possible. That those from the other side can try to do all kinds of strange things and our work talking to the dead, lots of different voices come through. It's it's possible. But I think Joe was talking about in terms of tricking women voices to trick guy. I don't think I've had that happen here. I've not heard of that happening either this steadily not a record of that. In my case files. I keep waiting, but the call never combs, maybe one day. Commend george. Let's go to Mike truck driving in Michigan. First time. Caller, Michael, go ahead. Thank you for taking my call, George Richard amazing program. Thank you, sir. Thanks. I I have not told this story to hardly anybody. Because everybody looks like I'm nuts. But twenty years ago. My I got a phone call from my mother and my father had a small cell lung cancer. She said you better get up to the hospital here. Father is not breathing. Well, I was an hour and a half away. I got up to the hospital actually hospital in muskegon park in the parking. Lot was going to go into the rear entrance to the hospital to go up to his room and the lights were out on the back door and a woman had a black dress. She was wearing heels totally in black beautiful shape at Nazeer face because there was a black veil over they had she was wearing came through the door. I went tried to go to the door to go in. And I couldn't get in. So I had to go around to the hospital. I went through the emergency room. They told me how to get upstairs. When I got there. My mother said here dad passed away about three minutes ago. I went into the room horses is still open. I could feel his spirit almost see a shadow above him. Said goodbye home coasters is. And came out, my mom said, it's too bad. You just couldn't get here. And I said, well, I was here at some woman came out the back door of the hospital, but I couldn't get in. And the doctor looked at me, and he said nobody came out that door that door's locked at night. Does not work. And and you know, better I know better. I mean, it was plain as day was real. And I just figured out that I just seen the angel of death walking out with my father solar or something. That could be I'd like to get an opinion on that. I'll let you take a stab at that, Richard. Absolutely. And that's what remarkable story. So did I hear that your time? Yes. He is. Excellent. Thank you for everything. You do. I know that's an under appreciated profession. So many of us depend on what you do. So you drive safe. My thought on that is that there are many documents. It is off figures in Black Sea. They men will no children that seemed to attend upon the scenes of death. Whether it is a spirit coming over to help ease the transition, which could be my take on it or whether you choose to at the angel of death, some people I think will consider that to have a negative connotations with consider it finding the vast majority of such record actually seem to bring great comfort to those who who experienced nothing much to the living witness, but the patients to pass themselves. They seem to almost be coming to the more caring for them. So I think that possibly this was a spirit that came to tomorrow passing and help them across to whatever it is comes next, Richard. Let me ask you about angels where do they fit into this equation?.

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"monroe house" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

11:52 min | 3 years ago

"monroe house" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Six hundred and ninety two point one FM. And we are back our final hour with Richard a stop has. We talk about the other side, Richard. What's next for you? What are your next projects? Well, after I had back across the poem to the UK to investigate bombing jail in Jamaica and a few other kinds of places I'm back to the United States. And invested in Monroe house, which is in Indiana. And it's supposedly. The scene of a pretty dog negative haunted. How many places do you think are haunted just in the United States? Depends upon degree and definition George. I think that you. In many homes. It's fairly common. Once you have a member of the family die. I think many people have stories especially as we get close to holidays such as Christmas where strange things happen around the house. But imply this test prep telephones are dropping back in to see how we're doing a lot more widespread than I think so too. Let's talk about the Malvern manner in Iowa tell me about that place. Oh, one of my favorite places in Iowa. Melvin mount a used to be a hotel at least when it was originally felt in the nineteenth century and soon became a excuse me nursing home and a home for those who a good kid only had special needs and really had nowhere else to go. When it was close down and left derelict place a reputation for being haunted, and I was going to investigate that with the team of fella paranormal investigator. It's a fascinating place. We talked earlier on about the ballista acts matter house when Melvin megawatts a hotel. It was formed to seven. There's so many towns and hotels back in the nineteenth century George existed pretty much so that travelers across the country on the railroad. The night sleep in a bad have a bath, Cinco tastes. And then beyond that way in the morning. And there is a theory that. Spend the night and Melvin Mana either before who killing creepy. Genuinely creepy. I'm not sure I'd want to spend the night in these places. I get that totally a number of people think I'm pretty strange for doing it. But I'm pretty sure a lot of your listeners share similar fascination. I've always loved the stories behind it all if you leave the ghosts in the activity sites. Many of the time I'll go to somewhere like this. And nothing happens more often than not inside. But what you always have to do is you get a window into the lives of those who came before those generations that built this country. You know, those generations on his shoulders, we stand, and it is terrific to be able to look at their stories, and sometimes unfortunate enough to tell them in books. It's wonderful occupation. Let's go to the phones p Jason Denver, Colorado. Not too far from where you are now, Richard. Hi PJ. Welcome to the program. Hi, george. How are you? Great. Thanks. I hope you remember me. I'm a realtor and sixty six years old. I talked to you four months ago. I was stage for Oregon loss with ninety percent kidney. Yes. And you let me go in here. And I did go because I'm a realtor. I you know, my information is with the state of Colorado on computers. So you love me to give my post office box number, and I had about twenty five people calling me. I mean, writing me and stuff like that. So thank you for that. But I might tell you is. I am stage five right now. I received a letter from my doctor telling me three weeks ago out stage five and he's met with me as last week. In. My question is to you is that I'm Catholic canton. I've wealth with their suggests all this. I think I've been fortunate announced you do everything that I was supposed to be doing as a Catholic and Christian to get prepared. I'm afraid, but I'm prepared for I'm sinking the face. And my question is are these people who haunt are the ones that are caught up that are not prepared. I feel like when I die. I believe that. Because of my face, I'm going to have a choice. I'm us. We're gonna go to heaven or as Catholic we have a choice to go to purgatory which eventually get says, they have an order to hell depending on whereas judge. So I was always taught whatever you have inside of you you see others. If you see good in others, just because you have good and yourself. So my question again is is a person doomed to haunt or to be. I don't wanna be here. I don't wanna be a walking around this earth. But are you doing this is something that you have to go through or if you're well prepared? Do you have to do do you have to become a poultry guy? So I like to know the answer I'll stay line because it's put you on. Hold to listen. Go ahead, Richard. Okay. DJ? Thanks for calling in tonight. I really appreciate your question and festival. I'll preface this by saying that you'll believe so one hundred percent your beliefs, and I totally respect them. Okay. Based on doing this now for twenty four years. I don't think you have anything to say about what happens afterward. I I've got a good friend of mine who is a paranormal investigator, and he's also a Catholic priest. I'm personally PJ agnostic. I try and keep an open mind spiritually, you know. And I'll tell you very briefly inexperienced that happened to me few years ago. I brought something negative home with me from an investigation. And my wife was not happy to say that happened. So. And so we had shadow figures around the house, we had a woman's voice in the house when the dog is going crazy whenever we would hit this point. And so I really didn't know how to deal with it never happened to me in twenty twenty odd years of doing this. How do you get rid of it? When you take your what would you do? So I call my friend, Stephen the priest and I said, look, Stephen, I'm not Catholic. I wouldn't even say, I'm a Christian. I the grace respect for those who are, but that's just not my belief system. But can you help and he said, Richard I'll come on over. So he came on with all of his nice pie. His box of. What to call it? But it was what he would use his blessing rituals and so forth. And I said Steven I really appreciate you coming to work because I I don't believe what you believe. And he said Richard Watson pulled the intent. That's the key thing. It's not about the specific belief system that you have said, I'll do this Clinton for you pray in the name of God, it will work for you. I can pretty much promise you kept an open mind. Stephen did his his ceremony. He started at the top of my house anti news from renter engines, applying holy wars windows, doors, splashing, it everywhere. Nano he was stabbing across actually on all of the windows endorsements. I thought about his patent the way that he moves to my house. It's interesting. It was almost as if he was sweeping something negative out from room to room into the whole way down the stairs. And then again into the main hallway out some. And he said if you blessings. Stopped absolutely everything from happening. And he said don't worry may you may not believe in God. But he shou believes in you. It's the impending accounts. And you're you're a good, man. So the reason I mentioned that PJ. I'm sure that you're a good, man. And I I have no doubt whatsoever. That you will be able to go wherever it isn't choose to go. Once you pass that you will not be stuck around. If you do not choose to keep fighting the good fight PJ. I know that's tough up to stage five doesn't get much worse than that doesn't Joe in Long Island, New York's with a say Joseph go ahead should a couple of questions serve people. Call on the phone, and, you know, like a woman's voice or something like that. It's almost like he's saying it could be witchcraft and today ghost, you know, or could potentially be for some people on the computer coming through. And then my second thing with the on the house. You know that seem that the giant owls that show up a kind of an intelligent paying. That's looking. Offers the situation the wise owl or that. And also you have the clowns to which people spotting. You know that an unexplained. Well, I'm gonna defer actually the first question about the phone call to you, George really because you get a bunch of research on this book enjoyed it. Yeah. I'll do that next. Go ahead with his second question. Okay. So your second question. So I believe our spiritual beings, right? You know, one thing that I've learned in my in my field is that some too few of us by which I mean, so-called experts most of his arms, we're just people that have studied long time QC of is willing to say, I don't know. I'm the phenomenon you're talking about the question. You just asked me I'm not qualified to answer it. So I'm going to have to be totally honest and tell you I don't that's interesting as far as people calling with the different voices. Whether they've been. Bewitched? Who knows we get a lot of phone calls on this program, and it's entirely possible. That those from the other side can try to do all kinds of strange things and our work talking to the dead, lots of different voices come through. It's it's possible. But I think Joe was talking about in terms of tricking women voices to trick a guy. I don't think I've had that happen here. I've not heard of that happening either this steadily not a record of that. In my case files. I keep waiting but the call never comes. Maybe one day. We'll come in George. Let's go to Mike truck driving in Michigan. First time. Caller, Michael, go ahead. Thank you for taking my call, George Richard amazing program. Thank you, sir. Thanks. I hi have not told this story to highly anybody because everybody looks like I'm nuts. But twenty years ago. My I got a phone call from my mother and my father had a small cell lung cancer. She said you better get up to the hospital here. Father is not breathing. Well, I always an hour and a half away. I got up to the hospital hospital in muskegon parked in the parking lot was going to go into the rear entrance to the hospital up to his room and the lights were out on the back door and a woman and a black dress. She was wearing heels totally in black beautiful shape at Nazeer face because there was a black veil over they ask you is wearing came through.

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"monroe house" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"monroe house" Discussed on KTOK

"Com and download iheartradio for free. And we are back our final hour with Richard a step has we talk about the other side, Richard. What's next for you? What are your next projects? After I had back across the poem to the UK to investigate bombing jail in Jamaica and a few other kind of places I'm back to the United States. And Monroe house, which is in Indiana. And it's supposedly the scene of a pretty dog negative coattail how many places do you think are haunted just in the United States? I think it depends upon degree and definition George. I think that you can see paranormal activity many hose. Transitory fairly common. Once you have a member of the family die. I think many people have stories we get close to holiday such as Christmas. Just strange things happening around the house, but imply this test prep telephones and dropping back in to see how doing a lot more widespread than I think so too. And let's talk about the Malvern manner in Iowa told me about that place. Oh, one of my favorite places in Iowa. Melvin mount used to be a hotel at least when it was originally built in the nineteenth century and soon became a excuse me, a nursing home and a home for those who are a good kid only has special needs and really had nowhere else to go. This humidity when it was closed down and left derelict place, dumb the reputation for being haunted, and I was given the opportunity to investigate that with a team of fellow town normal investigators. It's a fascinating place. We talk about the ballista axe meta house when Melvin mantle was a hotel. It was formed to service the railroads. There's so many towns and hotels back in the nineteenth century George existed pretty much so that travelers across the country on the railroad. The night, you know, sleeping in bed, bath coaches and then beyond that way in the morning, and there is a theory that. Might spend the night at Malvern Mana either before killing creepy. Genuinely creepy. I'm not sure I'd want to spend the night in these places. I get that totally a number of people think I'm pretty strange for doing it. But I'm pretty sure a lot of your listeners share similar fascination. I I've always loved the stories behind it all if you leave the dose to me activity sites. Many of the time I'll go to somewhere like this. And nothing happens more often than not inside. But what you always have to do is you get a window into the lives of those who came before those generations that built this country, you know, those generations on his shoulders stand, and it is terrific to be able to look at stories, and sometimes unfortunate enough to tell them in books. It's a wonderful patients. Let's go to the phones p Jason Denver, Colorado. Not too far from where you are now, Richard. Hi PJ. Welcome to the program. Hi, george. How are you? Great. Thanks. I hope you remember me. I'm a realtor and sixty six years old. I talked to you four months ago..

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"monroe house" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"monroe house" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Development when no cameras wise. Everybody's have cameras, but this development frightens me we working on our way to get out there. Trying to stand twenty nine year old Nelson. Roma says the father of three who took him number of bullets to the chest in front of the Monroe houses in south you yesterday morning. Crews rushed him to Jacobi hospital that he was pronounced dead at the health center. A neighbor say Rama's said behind bars, but was recently released and took on a job to support his family. And why PD crews searching for a crew of thieves have been stealing cash from fruit. Stand donors across Manhattan. Police have released photos of the four teenagers that they want to question in each case. They approached the fruit stand and took cash from the fruitsellers pockets one instance, they tripped up one of the fruit. Stand owners is he chased the teens those incidents taking place on the upper east side. And in Murray hill person is dead following a fire at home in Rockland county have been just before noon yesterday on route nine w and west hammer straw, the blaze started in. A first floor bedroom. According to the journal news. It's also the location where the man was found by cruise fish announced last night that the man died of his injuries his identity not released. The New Jersey high school wrestler who was forced last month by a referee to cut his dreadlocks to wrestler Terresa rather is now returning to the Matt Andrew Johnson was back in competition Saturday, the viral video of Johnson being forced to cut its dreadlocks before a match enraged people across the nation and in his hometown in New Jersey and bohemian rhapsody is the big winner of the Golden Globes. The, Freddie Mercury bio-pic picking up the globe for best drama, film, and the film's star Rami Malik winning for best actor in a drama film. Glenn Close also picked up a win for best actress in her role, the wife, we have our children..

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"monroe house" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"monroe house" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Not always certainly the State Department says there hasn't been any terrorists coming across. This is day sixteen of the shutdown with no end in sight, a twenty nine year old father a three shot and killed outside. A Bronx housing project early. This morning Nelson. Ramos took a slew of bullets to the chest in front of the Monroe houses in SoundView. There's about four AM people who live in the Monroe houses say they don't feel very safe. There is. Sony development when no cameras. Why is everybody does have cameras, but does development frightens me? We working on our way to get out of here. Trying to stand. Neighbors say Ramos had been behind bars, but recently was released and took a job to support his family. Police say they have no motive for the gunfire. They have made no arrests. The New Jersey high school wrestler who was forced last month by referee to cut his dreadlocks to wrestle back on the mat? Again, Andrew Johnson was back in competition Saturday a viral video of Johnson being forced to cut his dreadlocks before being allowed to participate in a wrestling match enraged people across the nation and in his hometown of Wehner Johnson had a cover over his hair before that match administrators at Buena regional high. Where Johnson is a student say the referee who made him cut his hair will no longer take part in matches that involve the high school. Phil Hulett NBC News Radio a Muslim firefighter who said he was subjected to harassment and his firehouse over his faith. Has settled his lawsuit with New York City city settled with Rahim Hassan. Two hundred twenty four thousand dollars Hassan says the hostile work environment included, anti-black, racial slurs and co workers cooking food for communal meals that included pork, but lying to them and telling that was something else. President Trump says an al-qaeda leader behind the deadly. Bombing of the USS Cole has been killed in a tweet today. President Trump said Jomaa Bharati was killed in a US led airstrike in Yemen on New Year's day. Wwl war sports and the.

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"monroe house" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"monroe house" Discussed on 710 WOR

"When it comes to mortgages paying rent daycare. But they're still working. He says Chuck Sivertsen. ABC news twenty nine year old father of three shot and killed outside of Bronx housing project early. This morning Nelson. Ramos took us Lula bullets to the chest in front of the Monroe houses and sound. The there's about four AM people live in the Monroe houses say they don't feel very safe living. There are here. Sony development when no cameras. Why is everybody does have cameras but development is me we working on our way to get out of here. Trying to San neighbors say Ramos had been behind bars, but recently was released and took on a job to support his family. Police say they have no motive for the gunfire. They've made no arrests two women critically injured in a hit and run in Newark early this morning. Police say the driver of a white vehicle traveling on Verona avenue about two AM when they hit the two women, and then just drove off people who live in that hood, say a hit and run in that area. Unusual new wrong ri- here for me. I never heard nobody getting hit and run. No cops say the driver last seen heading towards route twenty one a family in Washington heights, hoping you'll help them find their father who's been missing for more than a month. Now, lawmakers neighbors joined the family of Rony Ramos for a search party twenty nine year old father of two disappeared on his way to work on the Lower East Side in early December city councilman ydanis rod. Regis beliefs. The NYPD is not doing enough to help fine Ramose. City.

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"monroe house" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"monroe house" Discussed on 710 WOR

"When it comes to mortgages paying rent daycare. But they're still working. He says Chuck Sivertsen. ABC news. A twenty nine year old father three shot and killed outside. A Bronx housing project early. This morning Nelson. Ramos took a slew of bullets to the chest in front of the Monroe houses in SoundView was about four AM people who live in the mall houses. They don't feel very safe. There are here. Sony development when no cameras wires. Everybody's have cameras, but this development frightens me we working on our way to get out of here. Trying to stand. Neighbors say Ramos had been behind bars, but recently was released in taken on job to support his family. Police say they have no motive for the gunfire. They've made no arrests two women critically injured in a hit and run in Newark early this morning. Police say the driver of a white vehicle traveling on Roan avenue about two AM when they hit the two women than just drove off people who live in that neighborhood, say a hit and run unusual there s new wrong right here for me. I never heard nobody getting hit and run. Now. Cops say the driver was last seen heading towards route twenty one a family in Washington heights, hoping you will help them find their father been missing for more than a month. Now lawmakers in neighbors joined the family of Roni Ramos for a search party twenty nine year old father of two disappeared on his way to work on the Lower East Side in early December city. Councilman ydanis Rodriguez believes the NYPD is not doing enough to help. Find ramos. Sitting.

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