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"nineteen sixty nine twenty year" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Begins the process new. The film struck a chord with robert. He found himself thinking about it constantly. Even dreaming about what it would be like to do such a thing himself. He envied the protagonist for his sense of control to overpower another human. But he knew we couldn't actually kidnap anyone and so even though he sometimes fantasized about playing out the events of the movie in his own life the idea slowly fade away instead. Robert gone with his life and tried to change it in a better way in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven. He graduated from high school and moved away from his mom and stepfather. He made his way west landing in kansas city missouri where he enrolled in the art institute in the wake of his father's death robert head quietly turned to art as a coping mechanism when religion failed to give him what he desired. Robert dove a little deeper into art. So after enrolling in the art institute he thought he might make a good art. professor roberts. Teachers were immediately. Impressed lee found him to be a talented hardworking student. It appeared that robert had founded calling. Unfortunately robert got distracted from his studies with his newfound freedom. Robert started experimenting with drugs marijuana. Lsd and fettah means the works which of course got him into trouble in early. Nineteen sixty eight nineteen year old. Robert was arrested for selling amphetamines to an undercover agent. Although he managed to avoid any jail time he didn't learn his lesson less than a month later he was arrested again. This time for possession of lsd and marijuana. He spent five days in jail but was released due to a lack of evidence after that robert kept his head down likely hoping to avoid more trouble with the law. But that didn't mean as interest in drugs waned instead it just shifted. Somehow robert got in bed that he should experiment to see how certain drugs affected animals and he decided that the best place to hold these experiments was in one of his classes. He had slowly become that guy amongst his peers. The weird disturbing student who push things way too far except robert was on a whole other level. Robert claimed everything he did was in the name of art but when he started experimenting on live animals in the classroom. His fellow students weren't having it. According to author jack rosewood. During this period roberts fantasies towards torture began to increase and he wanted to experiment for one class. He decapitated a live duck in another. He killed a chicken but the straw that broke the camel's back was when robert injected various sedatives and drugs into a dog trying to gauge. It's reactions the dog ultimately died which didn't sit too well with the school board. In december of nineteen sixty nine in the middle of his junior year. Robert was forced out at the institute. At first robert was likely ashamed of what he had done. He wished he could take it back. But then the shame reverted to anger just like it had after his father's death. He shifted the blame. It wasn't his fault that the school board didn't understand his art. The fault was. There's robert stormed away from the campus. That day unsure of where he was headed. He had no plan no home no job. He felt powerless and he hated the world for making him feel that way. It's possible that. In his anger his own fantasies of dominating and torturing another human being resurfaced. The idea of such total control would have been alluring. Just then proper didn't seem to have any control but he could change that he wouldn't be shamed or bullied any longer. He would be the one with the power coming up. Robert meets his first victim. you discover their practices. Seek their advice and let yourself become more vulnerable than ever before they have the ability to heal. What doctors can't or so they say listeners. Be sure to check out the special four part series on miracle healers airing right now on. Colts meet figures from around the world who claimed powers and pushed remedies but harboured more sinister intentions. You don't wanna miss it. And if you're looking for more episodes on the most radical deadly people in history tune into cults every tuesday as we explore the background psychology behind the world's most manipulative and mysterious groups from jim jones and the peoples temple to charles manson and the manson family juki three area nexium. You'll uncovered the unscrupulous methods used to turn bright eyed recruits into die believers. Follow the spotify original from podcast colts. Free on spotify over. Ever you get your podcasts. Now that you're firmly outside your emotional comfort zone. 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He'd offer a friendly smile or wave as he passed neighbors but mike in his school days. Robert didn't really socialize. This was a long term effect of his childhood bullying. He didn't know how to socialize with his neighbors because he had never learned those skills with other children however he did try eventually robert branched out and got involved in the community including the neighborhood watch program. He went on patrols with fellow residents keeping the streets safe. He was hardly the life of the group but he realized not everyone was as bad as schoolyard bullies and in turn his neighbors started to like him to. Robert also started to work on his career using his years of experience as a line cook. He got a job as a chef. He worked at some respectable restaurants around kansas city and built up a solid reputation within a few years. Even to chef's association so that he could train students at a local college but despite gaining success as a cook roberts true passion was still art. The art institute may have pushed him out but he didn't think his career in the field was over. There were plenty of avenues for him. To.
"nineteen sixty nine twenty year" Discussed on Female Criminals
"Leslie Van Houten was born on August twenty third nineteen forty nine in Altadena California. She was born into an upper middle class family and given every advantage in the world she was enrolled in sports as a kid and even elected homecoming queen in high school but despite her well to do upbringing Leslie never felt emotionally openly supported by her parents she felt trapped by their expectations of marrying an equally well brought up man and becoming a housewife as a teenager leslie experimented with drugs like L._S._d.. Hashish and Marijuana Anna but shortly after dabbling in drugs she began abusing them by the summer of nineteen sixty eight nineteen year old leslie was a full blown drug addict and social rebel who had fallen out of her parents. Graces is that Summer Leslie met Gypsy who told her about a man named Charles Manson and the family they were building at Spahn ranch much like Gypsy Leslie was attracted to the notion of family and decided to stay on the ranch with her new friends quickly becoming one of Charles Manson's favorite girls Leslie has since described her experience on the ranch as surreal the group would have orgies and take l._S._D.. Together and it was during these trips that Charles Charles Manson sermonizing about being the son of God he drew parallels between his last name Manson and being the son of man he would also make his followers help him recreate the crucifixion of Jesus with himself in the starring role while his group was under the influence of drugs he would explain to them how he the son of man had already died for them and asked if they would be willing to die for him him in exchange for followers like squeaky. This was no problem in fact there was seemingly nothing squeaky wouldn't do for Manson because the family didn't have money for food the girls would drive down into Los Angeles Silas and dumpster dive behind grocery stores for thrown out produce squeaky maintains that the food she ate out of those dumpsters was among the freshest cheese hat in her life. It's been rumored that she along with a few other girls were also pressured into sleeping with managers of at least one grocery store in exchange for being allowed to wade through the garbage for food. Women outnumbered men on the ranch five to one ratio that Manson dan rather liked he would occasionally recruit men to the ranch by offering them one of his front girls the nickname he gave to his most attractive set of followers. It was pimping although Charlie would paint it as family teamwork they I slept with men in exchange for drugs food or anything else. Charlie had his heart set on Manson also started forcing his followers to participate in Weird Trust exercises on one occasion he made followers stand in front of a tree while he threw hatchets just above their heads. If they flinched it meant they didn't trust him. Leslie recalled how Charles used to walk around the ranch and stop people at random to participate in weird exercises her sizes like mirroring his movements exactly so they were moving their hands and bodies in unison in hindsight she realized it was all part of a brainwashing process to train his budding Colt to follow him in all all things they were only allowed to listen to Charles Music on the ranch or the Beatles since he was particularly obsessed with the white album nineteen sixty nine continued on like this with nightly parties and daily sermons all <music> all stranger-than-fiction by the time Gypsy brought Linda Kosabe into the ranch. The Manson cult was fully formed in July nineteen sixty nine twenty year old. Linda was living into Panga California with her husband an infant daughter at that point her marriage had fallen apart completely and Linda was looking for a way out she found one through Gypsy who invited Linda to come live on Spahn ranch each with a group of people who would love and take care of each other. Linda didn't need much coaxing when she arrived at the ranch she was surprised at how welcoming the other women were. She was glad to find that there were other children on the ranch for her daughter daughter to play with. Everyone greeted her with hugs like she was one of them already in hindsight they were all completely drugged out but at the time it felt so warm that she didn't notice considering the loveless marriage she was leaving. It felt like a breath of fresh air. She didn't meet Charles Manson at first but the more she heard about him. The more the anticipation built the first night on the ranch she met Tex Watson. One of Manson's few male followers followers the to hit it off right away. Linda was attracted to him and in later interview said he made me feel like I had never felt before within the first few days of meeting. Linda confided in texts that her husband husband and his friend kept little stores of money in their trailer totalling about five thousand dollars. The money was meant for Linda and her husband to start a new life together. Maybe take an exotic trip but no plan. She made with her husband ever. I seem to materialize that's when tex gave her a proposition. She should steal the money he reasoned. It didn't belong to her husband anymore than belonged to her. Even at the time Linden new that was untrue but she wanted acceptance into the family and felt that stealing the money might be the best way to get it. She was right after raiding her old trailer for the cash. She was finally taken to meet Charlie. Linda remembered feeling a magnetic pull from the moment she met him. It was utterly thrilling. Not long after Linda's husband and his friend came to the ranch to demand their money back Charlie stuck up for Linda immediately. It's unclear. Unclear what exactly happened but a few moments in private with the two men sent them packing never to bother Linda again she had never felt so cared for from that moment onwards she became one of the thirty two adults. It's in Manson's cult of course this isn't surprising whether Linda recognized it or not she had just undergone an initiation ceremony. A nineteen sixty five study conducted at Stanford University showed that high risk or unpleasant unpleasant initiations make the group more attractive to the new member initiations are almost required for cults so that new members won't leave once the going gets rough and Linda's enthusiasm shows after all she had been willing to steal for this man before ever meeting him now. She do just about anything to see Charlie smile. Linda started participating in the colts now famous L._S._D.. Parties that would turn into orgies Manson would stay fairly sober during these to better control his followers he would tell them who to sleep with and control their every move and around this time his rhetoric grew grew noticeably darker leaving the realm of free love he began to convince his followers that he was the second coming of Christ and the devil all in the same person he began pushing his followers to commit strange strange petty crimes for him he called these missions creepy crawlies they would drive into Los Angeles and sneak into people's homes then rearrange all the furniture in the house while the homeowners were sleeping. It was unnerving thing people would wake up to find all the furniture in their home rearranged with almost nothing stolen during that time Manson Convinced Leslie Van Houten to rob her father's house she did so without a second I thought Charles had always had irresistible charisma but now his followers were beginning to see him as something more he was godlike to them. He began giving sermons to his followers wherein Aaron he would talk about the looming apocalypse that would destroy all but the chosen few he became obsessed with the Beatles Song Helter skelter which he believed was written as a direct message to him. He said the song was heralding the end times times. When a great race war would lay society to ruin in his estimation the race war would lead to the toppling of white supremacy and the black community would rise to power as the new world leaders Manson Jason and his friends would stay out of the war completely they would hide out in the desert which would become a land of milk and honey as described in the book of revelation in the Bible he explained black? Americans deserve the right to rise to power they had been trampled on for centuries so it was only good Karma that they get their chance to rule but Manson was racist he also believed that the black community was unequipped to rule and would eventually need white men to show them how to lead with no other white men left Manson and his family would come back from the desert to take the reins of power from the overwhelmed black leaders. It was ridiculous racist Hogwash but his L._S._D.. Adult old followers believed it wholeheartedly after all the nineteen sixties were a time of extreme racial tension in the United States. The rise of the Black Panthers caused over inflated panic among many white communities too too many a race war wasn't a far leap from the race riots. They were seeing around the country Manson began speaking of helter skelter on a daily basis Linda Qossaibi and recalled an excitement building around it then in late July nineteen sixty nine something happened that would put helter skelter on the fast track Manson family member Bobby Beausoleil went up to a friend's house accompanied by twenty six year old Mary Brunner and twenty twenty one year old Susan Atkins the home was rented by a friend named Gary Henman a brilliant musician who had once played Carnegie Hall he also supplied Bobby with drugs from time to time which bobby would then sell but at the most recent batch of Mescaline Gary sold bobby was bad and has buyers wanted their money back which meant that Bobby Intern wanted a refund bobby. Susan and Mary overpowered Gary and tied him to a chair. They demanded their money back but gary told them he didn't have the cash eventually Manson showed up at the cabin with a Samurai Sword and tried to intimidate Gary but Gary wasn't scared of Manson and refused to pay by this point Charles Manson had been living as a deified cult leader for nearly two years. He didn't take kindly to being rebuked. He used the sword to slice part of Gary's ear off sending Gary Reeling and pain Bobby tried to patch Gary's ear up but gary insisted on seeking medical attention. Gary didn't know it but he had just signed his own death warrant Bobby would later say eh Gary didn't deserve one bit of what happened next but he felt like he had no choice. He knew that the second they brought him to the hospital Gary Would Narc Bobby Killed Gary Henman. He tortured his friend end for three days before finally stabbing him twice in the chest. Charles Manson knew exactly how to get away with the murder to using Gary's blood they made a pop print on the wall of Henman's cabin and wrote put political piggies in Blood Charles hoped that by using these symbols of the Black Panthers he could pin the murder on them and incite a race riot but he had learned something else too that if he wanted he he could push his followers to murder it was a skill he knew would be mighty useful in the impending war he returned to spawn ranch and told his followers to get ready. A war was coming Hellfire would be on their doorstep your step and when it arrived all of Los Angeles would burn to the ground. Thanks.
"nineteen sixty nine twenty year" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"This is marketplace. I'm KAI Ryssdal. This is pride month. You've seen the rainbows probably. It's also the fiftieth anniversary of the stonewall uprising a pivotal moment in the gay rights movement. In this country. There are pride celebrations in a lot of places commemorating stonewall. There's also a lot of very visible corporate support company logos are now rainbow colored rainbow flags or hanging on offices and government buildings. Even on the new York Federal Reserve down on Wall Street here in Manhattan, LGBTQ people and support groups have worked for decades to get that kind of acceptance some, though has started asking, whether there is such a thing as too much marketplace's remain unsure has that story June twenty eighth nineteen sixty nine twenty year old Dale Mitchell, and his boyfriend are walking down the street through the west village in New York. And we saw up ahead a bunch of flickering blue police lights. The police were rating, the stonewall inn as they often did harassing. Wresting the clientele for being gay, or gender, non conforming. The police were carting off the patrons to a nearby paddy wagon and three drag queens. If I remember correctly, the cups, particularly like to pick on dry queens, one of them broke free. And she said, come on new fag. It's let's riot. They did. And after that uprising something changed in the gay rights movement. It became louder pride marches across the US were set up to commemorate stonewall. Eric Marcus is a historian and host the making gay history podcast. He remembers one of his first pride celebrations in one thousand nine hundred and he says back then these were protests marches without a lot of mainstream support because gay people were six sinful, disgusting horrible, illegal people, but nobody wants to be associated with gay people and no corporation, new company, selling things other than perhaps, a bath house would advertise gay people know it was, it was laughable that changed. This is from CBS coverage of San Francisco's pride parade in two thousand eighteen. Contingent on this great route is well, Amazon, always has a huge continue. We will Fargo Macy..
"nineteen sixty nine twenty year" Discussed on KCRW
"Dot com slash events marketplace i'm kai ryssdal this pride month you've seen the rainbows probably it's also the fiftieth anniversary of the stonewall uprising pivotal moment in the gay rights movement in this country there are pride celebrations in a lot of places commemorating stonewall there's also a lot of very visible corporate support company logos are now rainbow colored rainbow flags or hanging on offices and government buildings even on the new york federal reserve down on wall street here in manhattan l._g._b._t._q. people and support groups have worked for decades to get that kind of acceptance some though has started asking whether there is such a thing is too much marketplace's revenge has that story june twenty eighth nineteen sixty nine twenty year old dale mitchell and his boyfriend are walking down the street through the west village in new york and we saw up ahead a bunch of flickering blue police lights the police were rating the stonewall inn as they often did harassing arresting the clientele for being gay or gender non conforming the police were carting off the patrons to a nearby paddy wagon and three drag queens if i remember correctly the cups particularly like to pick on drag queens one of them broke free and she said come on faggots let's riot they did and after that uprising something changed in the gay rights movement it became louder pride marches across the u._s. were set up to commemorate stonewall eric marcus is historian and host the making gay history podcast he remembers one of his first pride celebrations in nineteen eighty and he says back then these were protest marches without a lot of mainstream support because gay people were six sinful disgusting horrible illegal people nobody wants to be associated with gay people and no corporation company selling things other than perhaps a bath house would advertise gay people know it was it was laughable that changed this is from c._b._s. coverage of san francisco's pride parade in twenty eighteen Content on this route as well. Always has a huge. well fargo macy's i think it's great i think it's terrible historian eric marcus again i live in chelsea in manhattan last year i saw a float go by with a with a rainbow painted outdoor patio chair and it was for a patio furniture company i thought this has just gone too far last year's new york pride parade had more than one hundred floats and five hundred fifty contingents including corporate sponsors and small businesses the business presence in l._g._b._t._q. oriented advertising generally feels exploitative to people like robin scott she tried to march one of new york's pride parades last year with a nonprofit group and we were supposed to step off at two and at six we still hadn't left and i'd spent four hours to circling behind like an inflatable chipotle burrito it was just advertising and the whole parade was choked with it which is why this year she's marching in alternative pride parade in new york the queer liberation march it's the same as the main prayed but in the morning in northrop is one of the organizers and mostly there will just be people know corporate floats nothing like that and we've even had a few politicians who wanna march with us and we've had to tell them look this is just not the place for campaigning northrop's concerned that some corporations are just using l._g._b._t._q. images to make themselves look better something she calls pink washing at the same time she acknowledges corporations have been critical to promoting l._g._b._t._q. causes nondiscrimination and domestic partner benefits before gay marriage was legal for example maurice inle many businesses opposed the bathroom bam north carolina that targeted trans people so we'll fargo has been committed the l._g._b._t._q. community for just over thirty years now it goes back to nineteen eighty seven when we first inc sexual orientation in our nondiscrimination policy john lake is v._p. of marketing for wells fargo and says his company's donated fifty million dollars to q. charities and advocacy groups over the last thirty years our participation in pride actually goes back twenty five years we've been involved with pride events since nineteen ninety-three says corporate visibility may be old news in some large cities but not everywhere for the visibility i feel really matters is in smaller communities around the country you know we're in places like sioux falls south dakota in winston salem anchorage alaska and i feel like our visibility there means so much ultimately corporate visibility during pride whether it's marketing or floats rainbow flags and logos is a product of the movement's success the idea that there might be too much corporate visibility was nearly unthinkable fifty years ago back then beer bottles were smashed against police vans today beer bottles have rainbow flags on them in new york i'm super venture for marketplace the first official week of summer has arrived and with it an increasing number of those out of office automatic email responses i'm out of the office till such and such a date might not respond to your email right away you know the kind right pretty straightforward most of them but there are some that land in your inbox and you say pretty good i wish i thought of that so today we start an occasional series automatic reply highlighting the more creative ways that people say yeah you know what try again later if you're reading this doc brown was unable to get lightning to strike the clock tower at the right moment and i'm stuck in nineteen fifty five i won't be able to respond to emails until july tenth twenty nineteen or until email is invented whichever comes first that were sheva stella she's the communications director consumer advocacy group called public knowledge those favorite tell us about an out of office email response you have seen we'll get it on the program marketplace dot org is where you can do that this final note on the way out today just because we have a nod to the federal reserve up at the top of the program and what people are guessing about what the fed may or may not do on interest rates when next it meets church powell was in new york for speech today he said in essence we'll see what the data says about a rate cuts but then and we're playing this because every time the president says he has the authority to fire or demote the fed chair because he doesn't like its policies it gets all kinds of play even though he actually doesn't have that thirty well we're playing it 'cause then in the his speech today pal said this the fed is insulated from short term political pressures what is often referred to as our independence congress chose to insulate the fed this way because it had seen the damage that often arises when policy benz to short-term political interests.