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"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

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Ross <Speech_Male> in northport <Speech_Male> alabama <Speech_Male> had disappeared <Speech_Male> on her way to school <Speech_Male> on august. Nineteenth <Speech_Male> of two thousand <Speech_Male> and three and <Speech_Male> remains were found <Speech_Male> three years. Later and <Silence> holt alabama <Speech_Male> given <Speech_Male> how similar the girls <Speech_Male> look in a similarities <Speech_Male> in their disappearance. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Police investigated <Speech_Male> a possible link between <Speech_Male> the cases. <Speech_Male> However <Speech_Male> given the distance <Speech_Male> between nashville and <Speech_Male> alabama and lack <Speech_Male> of evidence linking <Speech_Male> the two. 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And that's <Speech_Male> what we're doing here and that's <Speech_Male> why we bring these stories <Speech_Male> you guys. <Speech_Male> They've hung opposed. You're on <Speech_Male> the front porch with <Speech_Male> all of their daughters details <Speech_Male> and haven't <Speech_Male> moved house <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> in case tabitha <Speech_Male> returns home. <Speech_Male> Her room <Speech_Male> is the way <Speech_Male> it was on the day of her <Speech_Male> disappearance. <Speech_Male> The fbi and <Speech_Male> local crime stoppers <Speech_Male> have teamed up to offer <Speech_Male> a fifty one <Speech_Male> thousand dollar reward <Speech_Male> for information <Speech_Male> leading to <Speech_Male> a resolution to the <Speech_Male> case. Tabitha <Speech_Male> tutors went <Speech_Male> missing in nashville tennessee. <Speech_Male> On <Speech_Male> by scoble street <Speech_Male> between fourteenth <Speech_Male> and fifteenth street <Speech_Male> on april <Speech_Male> twenty third. Two <Speech_Male> thousand and three. <Speech_Male> She was thirteen years <Speech_Male> old and <Speech_Male> was seen wearing a blue <Speech_Male> top jeans <Speech_Male> and white sneakers <Speech_Male> at the time that <Speech_Male> this disappearance <Speech_Male> she was five <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> foot. One weighed <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> approximately <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> one hundred pounds. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> She has sandy <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> blond hair and blue <Speech_Male> eyes with pierced <Speech_Male> ears as <Speech_Male> a birth mark on <Speech_Male> her stomach and a scar <Speech_Male> on her finger. <Speech_Male> Currently her <Speech_Male> case is classified <Speech_Male> as endangered missing. <Speech_Male> If alive <Speech_Male> he would be twenty <Speech_Male> eight years old. <Speech_Male> You have any information <Speech_Male> regarding the case <Speech_Male> you can contact <Speech_Male> the nashville metro police <Speech_Male> department <Speech_Male> at six one. Five <Speech_Male> eight <Speech_Male> six two eight <Speech_Male> six <Speech_Male> zero zero. <Speech_Male> So that'll end our <Speech_Male> episode for <Speech_Male> today. Folks please <Speech_Male> remember to rate <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> Beef leave a <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> some suggestions. <Speech_Male> If he want. <Speech_Male> Were willing to take <Speech_Male> any suggestions. Anybody <Speech_Male> has for the podcast. <Speech_Male> Also <Speech_Male> sign up for the <Speech_Male> owl once was lost <Speech_Male> missing persons <Speech_Male> tool. It's free <Speech_Male> and again <Speech_Male> if you have kids <Speech_Male> you've got friends <Speech_Male> with kids it doesn't matter. <Speech_Male> This hits every <Speech_Male> demographic <Speech_Male> You know you wanna <Speech_Male> be prepared if your kids <Speech_Male> go missing at anytime. <Speech_Male> You just upload <Speech_Male> them to the app <Speech_Male> in upload a picture <Speech_Male> and everybody <Speech_Male> in that immediate <Speech_Male> area is looking. <Speech_Male> You've got eyes and <Speech_Male> ears on the ground <Speech_Male> out searching our guys thanks. We'll talk to you next week.

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"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

"Melissa worked for escrow assistant those new her describe her as a fun loving and sweet girl who had a great sense of humor and despite her quiet and introverted nature she was popular amongst her classmates and was well liked by many within the school community around the time for disappearance carly was dealing with the repercussions of having been suspended from school as a result of being caught using marijuana on campus. Given her grades were also plummeting. She was forced to attending counselling which seemed to help. Get a marks back on track. But in the days before her disappearance her friends say she was experiencing quote episodes and was worried. Someone was tracking her via phone however both melissa and lindsay have said they themselves did not observe any unusual behavior on the evening of october twelfth. Two thousand eighteen carly asked melissa if she could attend a football game at the high school but had actually planned on going to our house party with her boyfriend. Unaware of her stepdaughters real motives. Melissa granted her permission at around eight pm. Melissa called her and ask if she needed a ride home from the game but was reassured. By carly that roy friend would give her a ride home. The events after this phone call or the result of information gleaned from carly's parents and those that were at the party according to the attendees carly began to panic and feel frantic and is said to have been near impossible console at eight thirty pm. She called melissa and ask her to pick her up from the trailer park where the party was being held saying. Never mind will actually hurry up. I changed my mind. Come and get me. I'm booking it down dixon lane. Hurry hurry i'm scared worried. Melissa drove the area noting that carly hadn't wanted to get off the phone and had been adamant about being picked up as soon as possible. When melissa arrived at the trailer park she found her stepdaughter. Is nowhere to be found. While searching the area she spotted a small white and found carly was attached to that small light in almost a mile away running down the street and using your cell phone guide her way the light from her cell phone of course when she spotted melissa. She jumped in the car and told her she was very scared. An emotion that was echoed in her face which most describes as having just seen a ghost town also with dilated pupils throughout the drive. Home carly vocalized your fear that the car would even kill her and she changed seats. Numerous times time they'd return zachary was home from work and according to both he and melissa carly was still acting a radically cuddling. Frankly in a corner one minute then telling them how much you loved them. The next she was particularly afraid of her cell phone and of her parents getting close to her when asked what was wrong. She was an unable to tell them saying she didn't know herself..

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"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

"Think it's a strong possibility that he was murdered and I strongly suspect that it's all connected I would too and the speculation on the Internet has been that Thompson was either killed to prevent is coming forward or that he killed himself because he feared his role as director of child snuff films would be proven true. decamp also expressed some surprise at the timing of Thompson's death and said, he still believes Nazis claims as true Stevenson, the blogger from Seattle who has investigated. The Gosh case is also suspicious. I wonder did he know in light of Paul BANACCI's testimony regarding the snuff film I submit? He knew quite a bit. He says the timing of his desk with it was very interesting the snuff film that. Tops allegedly made with Paul. BANACCI is believe based on description of the surroundings to have been filmed APP Mian, Grove, a summer camp of sorts for the rich and powerful. Also a actual place where many politicians the Hollywood elite other elites do gather once a year for won't even explain it will actually will do in episode on that alone it deserves its own full episode on Baheen Grove. Where they worship massive owl, not Arao L- for natural our called Moloch and. Perform. Ritualistic. Killings the and some say that they actually do it real killings up there ritualised killings. Advocate Grove. So anyways beginning, but he may grow visit exclusive area outside Sacramento California again, where world leaders and dignitaries meet annually for a retreat that involves neo-pagan Pagan activities including mock human sacrifices made before a large apple statue referred as Mohawk. While conducting this ritual which they call the cremation of care participants are dressed in druid robes that chant in sync before mock information on these gatherings has been well known for some time though video footage is only recently been leaked out of the site. This site is very secure and access is available only to a handful of people worldwide. As a child but achie-. Could never have that access to that site but he described it accurately including the large apple statue they are at beaming. Grove. Noreen Gosh says on one recent evening, her website www dot johnny. Gosh. Dot Com had more than fifty hits that came from within a ten mile radius of team growth that's very interesting to. Inner book why Johnny Come. Home Nazarene Gosh writes about a man who contacted. Her contact that I'm sorry her just six months after Johnny's disappearance claiming he worked for the government agency that was investigating pedophilia organizations? George Paul Bishop often known just as Paul. Bishop claimed he was a CIA asset and arrived in Des Moines in July of nineteen. Eighty-four to offer its assistance to the Gosh is before he left, he provided through his investigations a detailed map of the kidnapping seen bishop according to new. Orleans book often called the Gosh home from Washington DC, office of Senator Charles Grassley with marina had worked on Johnny's case with many many times..

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"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

"He find online or tied into what are called again, these wasp facility. So this story for another time, just go and have a listen and when we're done to those episodes and them up against his telling of what narine witness in heard slowest turn back that now. Gannon according to investigators like Skolnick is involved in high level espionage and is also an expert on torture. He is said to have been an expert penetration agent using sex to compile negative data on us in foreign governmental officials and is also believed responsible for the Valerie. Plame White House leak that allegedly caused seventy CIA undercover agents to be murdered. Yet other suggests that Gosh took on the persona of James Gannon, Slash Jeff, GUK IRT debts G.. You CK Ert Jeff Zucker and gain white. House access the eventual goal of exposing the people kidnapped him and put him and his family through Hell Gannon is alleged to have a publishing deal with the Russian printing company. which some believe will result in a tell all book that exposes who've paid for his services as well as the pedophilia ring that he as Gosh was victimized after his kidnapping I'm convinced ninety nine percent that he is Johnny Gosh says Ted Gunderson at retired FBI agent who's been working on the Goss- case for more than a decade. The only way I be one hundred percent sure is if there was a DNA test or if he admitted he basis that opinion on a confidential source for Mooney claims to have videotaped testimony that he has might defying Gannon as Gosh. My sources told me in the past that he has maintained contact with Jani Gosh. Said Gunderson let's just say he's in a position to know the kids are all in touch with each other and it's a bond they all share the kids he refers to you or those force into the sex slavery rings and the government sponsored mind and behavior control programs. One of these kids is a man named Paul. BANACCI. Who claims to have participated in the kidnapping of Johnny Gosh and says, he was forced to be the first person to molest Johnny but NACI has long claimed to be part of the vast network of children trained to work for the government and participate in deviant sexual acts to make the blackmail of politicians possible that stuff is. True folks did happen. This is fact. In nineteen ninety, nine, Banacci one, a one, million dollar lawsuit against Larry King the former head of the Franklin credit. Union in Nebraska whom he claimed forced him into the pedophilia ring, the federal judge ruled Banacci was truthful in his testimony which included his claim that he was one of several young male prostitutes known to have toward the White House in the nineteen eighties. Gunderson claims that BANACCI is not his source for the Gannon is gosh claim but adds that BANACCI informed him a while back that Gosh had changed his appearance John decamp author of the Franklin cover up said, Benatti. told him the same thing I do know that Johnny Gosh altered his appearance and the changes I heard about conform to Al? Gannon. Looks now he says. Paul told me. You could be standing right next to him and not no, it's Johnny..

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"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

"Of this home in Mississippi and its connections to many politicians within Congress and within the state houses and governors were mostly boys were flown in for the use of these people at parties. This is fact people and not a conspiracy theory I will try and list some links for you in the show notes if possible to realize as we go over this info at, there are literally thousands of these facilities still in operation as a mention. Direct them and brazen activities of the Bethel baptist boys and girls. Home is in will stand out as the worst of the worst as far as utilizing real techniques to break down the child's mind to fracture it into remembering only specific details due to their brain, still developing and having a certain trust and adults. Especially, those adults that held your life in their hands literally held them in their hands sooner or later you'd have a certain section. Of these miners that was unwavering in their devotion to the Kalt even to this day over thirty five years ago they even set up camp there due to the state's laws in being forced to sign your child over I'm talking about Herman Fountain and Family they set up in Mississippi because of the state laws there which allowed parents to sign over their children to these facilities. In that way, they could do anything they wanted with them. Which again, if you listened to the story over there, Emplo podcast, you'll be blown away by what happened there and Why was the biggest case of the twentieth century? As far as children's Kalt is concerned and wi-with was swept under the rug. They're actually used to be video of the congressional, hearing when Youtube first appeared, but it's nowhere to be found anymore. When you hear the details laid out there, that makes you think that children that I saw come and go from the Bethel home and what I endured d to what I saw there on my own the eventual escape vase of maneuvers hiding from them for three weeks in a swamp I don't mean a wetland or wet area. I mean a swamp with large Cypress trees and about four feet of water in most places up to a few inches as it abutted onto large properties farmland or. Ranchland only to eventually had into the tiny town of Lucid L..

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"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

"Amount of facilities in the way these things were done in the connections with government. So and look today I mean you've got the Epstein. There's children that are being found all around the world. You're just not hearing about in the news, but you're you're founding finding tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands of children. That's not an exaggeration They are you know going after these sex trafficking rings. That had these children in bondage and actually getting them releasing them in reuniting them with their parents. This has been going on for the better part of the last two years. So it's it's incredible. It's it's incredible thing to see right now. So Narino. All she. Well, she didn't want to believe or child was kidnapped sexually abused and tortured brainwashed. That's again key. And sold into slavery but she accept this now and as indisputable truth, and she is not alone many others accept the existence of a vast network of high profile people, powerful politicians, business leaders, law enforcement, government agents who exist in a subculture of degenerates who participate in child pornography, snuff films, drugs, devil-worshipping brainwashing, and kidnapping, and again I can attest to this. Excuse me. That, this actually does happen. There are these groups they do exist. There is proof that these groups do exist. so as noreen believes that Johnny and hundreds of other children like him, it's actually thousands was forced into the life of depravity by those who kidnapped him. But Johnny story has been told the thousand times it's been analyzed disputed and ridiculed just as frequently. Of. Course, you're going to have naysayers because they just don't understand are not willing to accept that this stuff does happen. So we Neither, the time and space nor the inclination repeated here in full as tragic as it may be, it's old. News? Nothing major has happened in the case for some time and the allege players in the story have been silent absent or simply missing for years until recently. In the past few months, there's been a flurry of activity among the people once related to this case and the conspiracy that surrounds it and the midst of this Com commotion. Some believe Johnny Gosh has been found very much alive. Recent offense began with Jeff Gannon, the right wing journalist who was found to have gained access to the white. House press pool with few credentials and a fake name. The death of Hunter S. Thompson followed shortly. I remember that news and the correlation between him. And trafficking rings, which was just a real shame to hear about since he was one of my favorite authors. The arrest of two men seemingly unrelated in Nebraska and Virginia within days the Gannon Story and Thomson Staff also play a role in the story. And all these events some suggest are related to the twelve year old paper boy kidnapped from West Des Moines's twenty three years ago, and if they are right, there is much more to come and remember this is from two thousand five..

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"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

"Children when and because we truly do care here is and we know the highly horrific stats out there of children that are abducted and there are so many of them boggles the mind in how once that I, our passes, your shot at finding them alive gets dangerously close to zero the apple APP. This podcast and all your fellow listeners make that stat grow exceptionally lower. No we can't guarantee that we're gonNA find each and every person there of course. there's too many variables, but but we can't guarantee is our devotion in our to nasty to get things done. Again we're a tool folks we are immersive podcast that is a tool and a partner for the phone APP the only other APP out there. That's even remotely as good as this one is the FBI zone APP, but the the big differences, the FBI APP is not specifically a missing persons. HAP-. So they've got a lot of good information on there and they could also be contacted later, but you're not gonNA get a force of people they're searching immediately. That's not what the APP is for. For their APP, but it's the only one like I said that I'd even looked at that now. Looks good and has you know professional features built in? So. Just like with Johnny here in this case you know let's let's get into it. This is a from an article that appeared in the alternative weekly. I was called the point blank. Des Moines. Iowa obviously in early April two thousand and five keep in mind that Johnny went missing in Nineteen, eighty, two the day. The story came out the paper actually closed in the writer of this piece was fired and it makes you wonder if. Some of the information that he had in here I wouldn't doubt it either caused this paper to shut down. So. Let's just get into it. So Noreen Gosh sits in a booth at the West des Moines village in nursing a cup of coffee and managing despite her larger than life personality to blend into the surroundings and keep a low profile in the almost empty restaurant. She is with their thoughts and willing to share what information she can yet she remains guarded and cautious and thoughtful in a manner often mistaken as Colin. standoffish. She thinks carefully she speaks about her son Johnny and the players in a bizarre conspiracy surrounding his disappearance in Nineteen eighty-two that continues to evolve and may finally be on the verge of breaking down just because you don't want to believe in something is true says noreen slowly that doesn't mean it's not true. It's a statement that bears repeating just because you don't want to believe something is true that doesn't mean it's not true anyone who has heard the theory surrounding Johnny got his disappearance on September Fifth Nineteen eighty-two. Knows, they are difficult to accept if there are satanic defiles working in the top levels of government and law enforcement selling kids on the block market and forcing them into prostitution pornography extortion and things far worse. It's easier as a human being to simply believe that such things could not be true and I'm just GonNa to add in here. This is why you need to listen to the pull up a few episodes on the Bethel Baptist boys home Kalt episode because it really does dovetail with this perfectly about what was going on there how was happening and just the the.

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"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

"So if you guys could please if you like what you hear you like what we're doing, you understand what we're doing here and how important this work is that if you do two things is you know rate in review. A, five star review would be phenomenal but really does anything you want to review it and rated as is fine and that's for both for the phone. APP. what you just go and download Goto Iowa's or to you the plate store for a google. And Up, they're ready ready for you to download. So. And then after that will also be contact with you if needed to gain and gather additional information that can help the searchers and find your loved ones that's how fast and efficient this is. So we would also be doing this in real time doing very quick interview with you to get even more specific information that is obviously relevant to the case so we can find the individual. So again, we now for the first time, only ask for three dollars a month folks so that we can upkeep the APP, maintain it in its current condition while adding more relevant features for you as technology changes and more and more pieces of the tool become available. He will also still keep this podcast totally free and never ever have a ridiculous paywall behind it. We may at some point except the sponsor, but that's only if they fit and pass the standards we uphold. The case on Johnny Gosh hit. So close to home for me on an event happened in my own life that parallels Janis ordeal. So if you go to the poll up a Pew podcast, that's P. U., L. L. UP A. Pew Like A CHURCH UP W PODCAST up that'll be down in the show notes or somewhere where you can actually Just go to the website. There's a lot of different locations that you can go to download that idea deep dive into a Colt. religious Colt that I was sent you and fortunately it was it was a big big botch. I was a teenager. My parents were lied t they had no idea what they were getting into. And it parallels a lot of the information that You're going to hear about here in the Johnny Gosh story as far as he was involved in why there's literally thousands of these locations across the United. States in another country's though the place that I was at the Bethel Baptist boys and girls home this this called was compartmentalize between being a religious called and the the owner quote owner..

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"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

"Member and the super simple mathematics. Via statistics all working for you instead of against you if you just get caught off guard, which is what will happen in a situation like this even if it's an elderly family member that possibly wandered off from. Living. Facility. Can and do not get reported as fast as they should at each passing minute of them being missing is another minute of crucial life altering time. Excuse me. That something awful can and do occur at alarming rates and that time just keeps ticking off many are found luckily but there is also a very, very large number. Actually. A much, much higher statistic end that numbers much much higher when we're talking about that eight, hundred thousand, which is just children alone. That's not even adults. that you get found, these are the stats that people do not want to think about and it gets swept under the rug. But as you will see in this story, you have to always be vigilant, and unfortunately, if you don't have the owl APP, you're going to be spending a lot of money for private detectives in the like. If indeed, your loved one is not found swiftly it's just the truth of the matter that after the first week or even a few days depending on where you are local law enforcement will become distracted with more cases. Remember that eight hundred, thousand stat. How do you think they have time to work any leads? If indeed, there are any to be had, that will be into the millions. If you have that kind of a number, you're talking about millions of leads. That are GONNA come in. So in fact, the eight hundred thousand is super-conservative number. It's a bit dated. That figure is rapidly going up just not enough. Human power to go around to every case. So as far as detectives were that the FBI maybe being brought in to work a case. it's just not enough manpower for every single case. So it's up to us and US alone to be prepared, and that's what we are gifting to.

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"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

12:53 min | 2 years ago

"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

"They might have just taken a good guess because they know the area these guys maybe drive around in okay. I can accept that. So they they find the the truck but then they start walking once the detectives get out there They were already disturbing the scene by looking in the truck. Moving things around. I think they looked under a tarp. Make sure Jeffrey wasn't there. And I understand you know who knows a lot. A lot of people might have done that. You're not thinking about disturbing the senior made. The really are concerned about Jaffrey. And they're looking to see there again. I get it so but the but the thing that I don't that I'm getting at is once. They started to walk with Anthony and then along with John in Jesse all of them in the direction they anthony showed them and the parts They all pick them up and we're carrying them. This is all evidence everybody knows this so again. You know for this person and the people out there. In this area that are directly involved with the case or it inserted them. You gotTA accept this stuff. It is what it is. It's not it's not just going to go away on its own in. It has absolutely nothing to do with the once was lost podcast. This was our first case. We just partnered up up with Nick Conway because of the nature of his APP and the nature of what we were doing. You know it saved saved us from having to develop. Our own APP was perfect. It was perfect marriage. So that's why we got together and the first person that we saw was Jeffrey even though he had already he been missing in happened to be found. We looked at the case. Talk with the family and once we saw all of the discrepancies discrepancies. All of this strangeness. All of the High Strangeness Just Absolute Whacko Opposite What anybody putty would consider to be. Normal activity was done and then after researching as well. We didn't just jump on it. We researched searched. It looked at all. The articles looked at web sluice and a lot of other big time blogs that deal with these cases and it was already there. He was all ready there and it was there for the same reasons that we decided to bring the story to everybody everybody because it had so much intrigue and the chances of this getting reopened with just I feel with the information. That's already ready there. If brought to a higher court in disturbing the scene. They didn't even know if there was a crime. Because adding found Jeffrey but again they did find him. Two months later he was down at the bottom of a ravine laid out on his back splayed out with his arms out and which is very strange position but again I'm not going to speculate on a doctor. Arrhythmia minding being denied. Get into that area. But they didn't find and again any specific foul play a gunshot stabbings Major strangulation anything gruesome anything like that. They didn't find it so again Very strange why we couldn't get these interviews because it really early would've gone a long way. I even explained it in detail to them. Why would be a very good idea to come on do the interview get it out of the way Wasn't there to point. Fingers explained all that we did have questions and then they could explain it. Frank Freight directly from the horse's mouth so to speak coming from their perspective might have cleared up quite a few things. Because a lot of podcasts are are going to be doing this story. There's thousands of true crime podcast. Even I don't like to put us into that category story. Would I call. This is immersive podcasting because we have the relationship with the phone APP and then also directly with people people that would be out there searching looking listening so we have that relationship with the audience to little bit different than how a normal podcast I would operate so anyway so back so we've got that problem of Anthony Go back and listen to that episode and listen to what the girls had to say the condition he was in he wasn't wet even though it had been snowing he said he woke up laying laying on his stomach but yet he was dry. Doesn't make any sense but again there might have been a reason for this. We could have found that out. Unfortunate really is because all that's going to happen is more and more people are gonNA speculate. It's going to get more and more out of control. And until the family only gets all of their information together submits what they need to do and things are really brought under control as far as any additional speculation. Or what may have gone on or what didn't go on whatever Once able to do a deeper dive into this the detectives so I think a lot of things are going to be answered that are going to come to light and make sense and finally kind of makes sense of of some of these things Hopefully why Anthony Never said a word to anybody about Jeffrey being missing why would still dry. What did he do do at that jacket? Why didn't accept really any food or water? Why did he want beer and corn nuts? That's that's usually not the first thing at all you would be craving unless you're possibly coming down from being high for methamphetamines and again I hate to go into that area but it's public info and it's a possibility. The girls brought it up on their own without a poking poking prodding at all that that's kind of how they took the situation that they are familiar with people that are under the influence and so those specific drugs in how they act Especially when they're coming down from those drugs speculated on while maybe that's why he stayed out in the woods for a few additional hours in order to calm down but we don't know we have no idea but that's not not a bad not a bad piece of speculation there unless you're anything different so so then he will call his girlfriend to let her know about what was going on before calling police piece and again you know people do things for different reasons. People can be in shock. That's where are these. These guys don't understand. Actually how objective give I. Am You know once I go into something like this. Everybody's got a different story. Everybody's got a different take And that's really what we what we wanted In order to put context to what's going on because the way that it's written out by detectives word for word and and in the stories and you know as far as the news is concerned and the eye witnesses. It's exactly as we reported it word for word exactly as you heard it and each one of those nodes each one of those talking points that we bring up or what would be considered the be suspicious or out of place or very strange. There's nobody that can say anything different unless they decided into come on and say something different so anyways that's for rat so we're going to kind of just let that rest let the family do what what they need to do and guys you've got to trust me that they know what they're doing. They got a really good grasp on this. They've got all kinds of additional information. You know that people have no idea about dat again. I'll say just raises more questions than the answers to very very strange case here very strange And that's why like I said I found that whole area as far as its density in population and the amount of people that go missing especially that drive off there were two cases just last year driving off the road and into the Unquote River and the people being found in the car still strapped in in the river just doesn't make any sense it's really weird But you know statistically these things do happen so We can't say that those are suspicious. It's just strange and another reason. Why Report on this and other reason why? It's important for us to report on this story because people that live in that area deserve to know what's going the on to hear what law enforcement had to say about this but the family has to say about this and then again I reached out to every other person involved in offered damage. Shot this to come on and explain and talk about this With me just with me and not a single one of them took took that up GotTa be a reason for that. I don't know what it is. I'M NOT GONNA speculate at this point. It doesn't really matter at the moment. The album matters is what the family's doing now. And how the state will look at this this information when it's ready to be Presented so I also WanNa let everybody know that pull up up a pew P. E. W. pull up a pew podcast. We're GONNA get moving on that again. That's the other podcast. We do all kinds of very cool stuff yet. Really really good interviews from people from all different areas but in things that I enjoy like theoretical physics Dealing with existential. It's a central threats. I interviewed Dr Peter. PRY WHO is on the presidential team when it comes to Protecting us in the grid power grid from EMP's or electro magnetic pulses either By person meaning nuclear which would be horrible. Obviously were naturally which is the one that concerns us most because we are way past passed to from a coronal mass ejection and basically what that would do is shut everything down. That's electric folks. Everything that you have that is electric. Would stop working. That means no water. Because you can't pump it pumps work off electricity. You're stuck basically with what so you've got that day that it happens and that said so by the end of the first year ninety percent of the population in the country would be gone on another horrible statistic. But it's factually of run the numbers over and over and over again and I think the reason being conservative there her and the replacement parts we would need for these massive transformers and for these different points across the country you were the power flows in and then it's separated out in out to the Each smaller area. These junctions to you want to call them. That ah are made in China. People already know my thoughts and concerns about that and I laugh. Only because if I'll absurd that is that we would allow China to make those parts that are so crucial to our entire power grid with China being the adversary that they are is beyond me. And all you gotTa do is look to the past. I say and deals and things done through.

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OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

16:22 min | 2 years ago

"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

"The Internet information that they have their. This is a very small town. I don't know what they're receptionist like. Obviously obviously they bird on facebook and snapchat and all these other different things so they have access should they should be able to read articles and see the information that's out there and what sows thousands upon thousands of people are stating You know once you insert yourself into a case like this than it becomes public information public knowledge. Anybody should understand that. So you're opening yourself up to questions in suspicion may be but I don't even want to. I don't like going there. It's really just just more questions than trying to get answers to those questions that can satisfy satisfy people's concerns or or worries Again wants a case closed or if it's open and it goes into law enforcement it's public it becomes a public concern not to mention. I don't know if people are aware but Douglas County where where this occurred. has its own missing persons facebook page. I haven't seen I've seen it before. But very very very rarely does account have its own page specifically for missing persons in place like Oregon in a place with such small small population density the size of Roseburg The amount of people that live there mount angel surrounding areas and I found announed at least four other cases in two thousand nineteen the same year. I didn't happen to see on the facebook page. They may be there but which incurred missing persons people just for no reason that they can find driving straight off road down through the woods Embankment right into the Unquote River. And if you guys all remember the core river flows right through there right right around. Where all of this occurring with with Jeffrey in Anthony? So we're GONNA make this quick And then hopefully we're GONNA get into a few other things as I have somebody else and I'm working with on the application With a person has been missing for quite a while that we are probably GonNa do an interview with that It's not an emergency per se so we'll We'll spend it once we get there so we're GonNa go there and then of of course we're going to be working on different cold cases in between Missing persons reports. That will come in obviously over time. They're gonNA come in at some point or another and will be right on top of that Be Able to provide that real time information and and also resources that nobody else can do they just. They're not equipped to be able to do this right now. How quickly we can and to help? Law Enforcement Horsemen in families. So the things that people need to pay attention to on this case one is that Jeffrey. Anthony Anthony apparently had been driving around for a couple of days with no sleep in. And we've we've touched on drugs a little bit and drug use in the culture around there and again again. This is all public information. It's all there in the reports. Everybody admits everybody knows that their use and even Jeffrey's mother Angel Will Tell You. Jeffrey wasn't an angel though he was a very good guy but he dabbled in drugs like a lot of young people. Do so that comes into play here but to what degree we don't know but what I'd like to know is is why they decided to pull off. The main roads drive up into the mountainous area. Cut a forestry gate open close it put their own a lock on it again driving up into unless they were GONNA stop to use drugs and again. I'm only trying to put some objective on this. What would be the reason or do? Okay let's awesome just to sit and talk about that guy leave drugs out of it or anything else because you can't go anywhere it's a dead end But again they apparently got stock in punctured the gas tank so. Let's just go with that. So if this occurred your next move. Even if you're not a wilderness survivalist survivalist is going to be to walk back to the main road. They were only about a mile mile and a half up from the gate and back where the main roads were to find get civilization or you could have found a car coming up for back the other way whatever but they decided to walk completely in the opposite direction into into the woods in into the snow the weather was starting to get worse. There was some initial confusion over the day I it was Friday than it was Saturday but we think now that this actually occurred Sunday Saturday night or Sunday morning. Something like that because Anthony was really only out for one night and he came in. This is the most important part of the entire story separated separated from Jeffrey. He says he has no idea when but sometime that night or that morning and again that's the one thank everybody can't get over that it would be very difficult to have gotten hyperthermia. I prefer me as quickly. It would take some time though. I'm sure of the cold was affecting them just like anybody else But it's very very difficult for people to accept that you could get separated from WHO's considered to be your best friend that you would have huddled up close next to each other again. You don't need to be a wilderness. Survival has to know to do that. Most people bowl understand that you want to try to stay together and close together to keep warmth also walked back out toward civilization but again we gotta not a scratch that so they're going in the opposite direction also the dismantling of the truck tailgate. Why I mean we can speculate on a lot of different reasons? Why but the reason Anthony provides is to take the tools that they apparently used for work that we haven't really determined whose tools they are who they belong to? Whether they're all anthony's denise or they were Jeffries or both. It's not really that important but the reason that they don't want to have the tool stolen I who's going to be driving up there one two. They put a lock on the gate rang. no-one's can be driving up there either. That's the one of the most horrible strangest excuses. I can think of would be to take the time number one to get that tailgate off. You're wasting all of this time in daylight and everything else just to put tolls on to drag it like a sled because you're afraid someone's going to steal them but after a very short distance you start to see tools just dropped off off the sled because it was heavy said kept taking another one in dropping it off and dropping it off almost like breadcrumbs just moving along the again you know. These are the kinds of things that we wanted to talk with. Anthony about to ask ask why objectively not pointing any fingers. None of that really mattered. At the time. It was just a matter of you know. Look it's a close those cases. Can you please answer that. Help us to understand it because nobody else can and he may have had a very specific reasonable. You know excuse for doing this but we'll never know so anyway so we've got that trail Then they tried to light. The fire was too cold Jeffrey had to do it I think Anthony said his hands were to coal. They were trying to scale up The side of a ravine was very difficult. I'm sure it would have been a cold. I understand that long story short. They get separated again. And that's what I wanted to talk to anthony about what ICAN remember and how that's even possible. What would have happened? Did He Dino I mean only out there for a few hours in that one day I can't see anybody passing out. They were also wearing info clothing. We know anthony was wearing a jacket because we have a firsthand witness account of him wearing the jacket and that's a whole other issue so he was wearing clothing for the weather now. This was days on upon days on days. and the weather's getting worse. You're GONNA get hyperthermia. At some point. I get that. I think anybody understands that but this is just one night and then then he appears down by the hot springs that we've mentioned everybody in kind of if you want to go back and listen to the other episodes they tell you kind of exactly where that is. You can find it easily on a map you can look at the whole area you can find the NF to five to road that the trump with stuck on apparently And then go from there and see how strange it is the direction they went in. And then How far they needed to walk? It was only a couple of miles that most even just to get to the hot springs and on the way down there. Anthony Uneven stopped at two locations and spoke to people and didn't mention one time about Jeffrey so again that would be the question we wanted to ask and there might have been a good reason. Maybe didn't feel at that point that Jeffrey would be in any danger. Jeffrey would be fine. Eastern may be right behind him somewhere And again because things are so close because of all the locations. That may be didn't have any fear that Jeffrey would have any problem in being able maybe to follow his footsteps in the snow that had started to fall. See a lot of different things like this that I can even think of again. It's really a huge chain. That none of these people would accept the invitation tation just to come on and discuss this Again just objectively anyway. So he spoke to people didn't mentioned he wanted to know where the forestry station was which he never actually went to ended up down near the path that leads out to the springs from the parking lot. there in the park and that's where he witnessed a few other people including The two women that eventually pick them up now here again is where we would need to have firsthand explanation because it doesn't fit. This doesn't work right. It just doesn't I don't care and I'll say one little line and that that e mail because most of it was just again juvenile. cussing act complete complete idiot You know but saying that we don't really know what's going on what really happened. Then tell us that's okay. Just tell us we would have been very open to that would have done a very objective. Job I think they're even very immature. You know even understood that last episode about you know the forest ferry I think they took the term ferry as some derogatory stay even were even look at the spelling and even his spelling is of the old English version. It just means a forest sprite or something or somebody. That's in the woods because that's winning. Anthony was doing was out in the woods. They had seen him on the trail asked him. I don't know they didn't ask me feels. Okay there's said Lo he says the low in the kept going. The girls ended up at the springs. Somebody brought up Anthony Agars that they saw him they said yes. They mentioned that he look a little weird kind of strange. Really say anything so they felt it was off as well so again guys. This isn't the podcast it's not the family. It's nobody. These are strangers and people with objective points of view and You know their own relativistic Viewpoints of what happened at the time coming directly from their lips of what they saw not from us so it is what it is When Anthony was finally only seen for the last time and given the ride was hours later so after he was seen on that trail? I have no idea why you would have disaster. Hey I need some help can it. Can you give me a ride down the store or to the ranger station or whatever anybody would have done that or maybe not but we'll never know because they're not going to tell us but when you don't ask for help and then you go back into the woods surrounding the parking lot area or around in. There were seen also wearing a coat. Winter Coat K.. Hours later seen again on the same trail with no coat. Where did the CO go? I think again anybody in the right mind would find that to be strange. Minimally minimally suspicious. Probably what's going on and then finally asked for the ride side. They get him in the car. You can listen to the whole interview. It's very detailed. They do a very good job Without them a lot of this table filled in and again firsthand. This is not second hand information. I ran the Had discussions with Anthony which were very strange Him even calling Jeffrey in idiot and I Dunno I just again the very last things. You would have sat sad about your friend. That is still lost up in the woods or even if he didn't think he was lost he still up there and it's been quite a quite a while. I don't see how he couldn't think that he was lost with with something wrong. Going on at that time the first order of business would be defining help. And and that's the major key here. Everybody that's why we're all upset. That's why everybody is concerned. That's why anybody looking at this when you go. And look their comments. Say that it's very suspicious to say the least Even though again they did close the case. And I just don't understand why even those parts that I mentioned that they were dropping off once Jesse and John The two friends of Anthony Jaffrey route looking happened to find the car. I don't know how they were able to do that so easily but again going to question that that's not the end of the world..

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OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

14:07 min | 2 years ago

"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

"That works works in real time to help locate missing persons. Whether it's a child that's lost abducted. which would be the worst case? Scenario scenario an adult maybe with dementia Alzheimer's Live Year in Florida from time to time I'm in those alerts. Come up quite often Much more often than you could ever imagine. And it's very nice that we do have amber alerts and we'll get them obviously while we're in our car Across the highway on big billboards and our televisions elevations. The only problem is that it takes time for them to put that together and it only gets very limited information Very limited information on the person that's NC jobbies children if it's an amber alert and silver alerts are for the elderly. It'll give a the description but it's very vague and unusually a license plate number so all you can really do look out for a car. that APP maybe on the highway and of course you would need to be directly behind them unless you can memorize that plate number or have somebody write it down so you can see that the problems sir. Even though again it's what we have right now and you know it's better than nothing however once people realize that at this hour will was lost phone APP for IOS devices and Android that. Eventually it's GonNa hit a peak in a in a it'll exploit because there's a need for this anytime you can find that need and obviously the need is that the the statistics on missing persons are through the roof in this country and we have to have something better in place in for right now. This is the best thing available in the more people that we have that. Go and download the APP and just said forget it. God Forbid Your on Child Goes Missing You can upload them immediately and it goes out to everybody else and if they're in your area then they can be searching so that's where the volume mm-hmm of people comes into play so we really need that word of mouth Mentioning of what we do and and why whoever it is you're speaking to why they need to download it. It's for an IT's for everybody. There really is no demographic here you have kids or you have friends that have kids. Everybody knows somebody that has kids that this can crop up. You just never know. It's impossible to really prepare here for for something like that and usually found right away and everything's great but on that occasion when they're not and things start to get scary and a half an hour goes by and then a little more time because that the worst statistic ever that really really got me into this was was in hearing that only six percent of children that are abducted are actually found alive if they're not found in the first hour and that's just unacceptable But unfortunately you know I I can understand why that is If they've been given at least an hour to get away you can travel a very very long distance. You can be just about anywhere and that person's motives are obviously not good. Be Hard pressed to find one where the motives were actually good. But that's up for the the police detectives in people that are in charge of the Missing Persons Case. Or even if it's not uploaded uploaded yet as a missing persons again. That's where we come into play because we're in real time what we're doing The family can be uploading very detailed information the than we can be contacting them as a podcast and discussing with them Within that first hour Before you're done specific even more detailed information where they were last seen what direction. Maybe they were going where they might be next going to help people in that area to keep that I out in even show you on the map who in that area as the APP on got like a red circle around them even though it it is very very private. Respect everybody's privacy. It's very important but it naturally allows you to almost form a grid without even thinking about it because you can see that. Maybe somebody's in a specific area and they're looking so you could be looking in another area so that works very good so everybody did a wonderful job. We had quite wait a few additional APP downloads. Since we started this very very first series on Jeffrey as well as subscribe to the podcast and again I apologize. There's been so much time in between but it just needed to happen with needed to give the family a break. There's definitely a lot of stress going on there. It's it's all say but you know. Of course there would be And plus they're also working very very hard. They're working very diligently on getting the case reopened. We all know that They the have information that they're working on themselves. That is extremely promising that I can't really get into in so again. That's why wander come on and explain to people where we're at that really all we can do is provide you the provided information at its given to us through a law enforcement in through the documentation. That's there through the eye. Witnesses direct I witnesses to not hearsay. you know during episode of To when we had the two young women on who encountered Anthony Damore said remind. Everybody Anthony was with Jeffrey Vance. They were out together for a couple of days before the February second third weekend on his the second and third and went up a logging road which did have a lock on. It had a forestry unlock the cut. It went up this road which dead ends and somehow got stuck. They claimed or Anthony claim that at the gas tank got a puncture in it and so they were stuck there and decided to hug it out on foot so oh again to remind everybody you know if you go back and you listen to the other episodes. There's no speculation going on. They're very very very little. And if there is any speculation it it's only based off of factual information provided by law enforcement or which was discussed lost during the episode with the young ladies who had first hand knowledge of what was going on and had discussions this back and forth with Anthony Fenn more and they brought him to the store in glide the glide store you're where he could make the call into law enforcement but as we all know what started this. We wouldn't even have done it if there wasn't Got Quite a bit of what we would call suspicious activity in not based off of owl and once was lost. podcast this this was based off of news. Reports blogs there is so much information out there about this case and every person to T- that made comments on this case said that it was extremely suspicious. Now what does that mean we don't know and we're not gonna the claim to know we can only bring up different situations How something possibly may have happened? You know the case again being closed They did not find any foul play. The cause of death was from exposure or from hypothermia which is also what they said. Anthony was suffering from once he was found in eventually seen by the MTV's but again going through the information that the detectives at all put together there was quite a bit of that Emmy didn't entire episode assode On that read it word for work so none of that was Information from US or against speculation or US filling blanks Word for word exactly what the detective said and to start off though as a couple of officers who claimed and again that this was highly suspicious. Now what we don't have are any of the interviews that they did With Anthony Or the other two gentlemen John Durda in Jesse who are friends with Anthony in Jaffrey Jeffrey supposedly who had found the truck out on that road. So that's what I wanna hit on just to remind everybody because you really can't go any I. We've got to wait for the family to do what they need to do. Put together the information that they need to put together to make their own case case and see if they can get this Reopened at least looked at again from a different perspective. Because of all of these things things. And it's really funny. I'll even tell you guys I was going to say it but because it's really just ridiculous I I got some type of email Of someone trying to be Let's just say malicious in every other word was some Juvenile cuss word. And that we didn't know what you're talking about this anat and again it's not what we're talking about. We're reading and providing the information directly from law enforcement so these people obviously don't get online very often Or they don't understand how that works and especially with the email. I only took me fifteen minutes to find out who was going to say was because it's unnecessary very it's just it just adds actually to the suspicion. If the case is closed you know none of this should should matter than to anybody. And they've got nothing to hide. Then why send an email like that. Why why would you? Why would you care now also WANNA make sure that everybody understands that? We invited each person to come on and adding interview interview them objectively and just go through the story and get their side of what happened especially Anthony. Because has anthony's is the one that sticks out the most like a sore red thumb and again there's so much against what's called suspicious activity and if you just look at it on the surface it's the only way that you really can't go in any other direction. But he may have had additional information. That wasn't in the reports or wasn't brought up and that would have been really nice to have a but they denied it. You know if it's an ongoing case that's different you know you wouldn't expect expect somebody to come on their lawyer probably wouldn't allow them to but some people do but again a closed case John and Jesse who are just kind. INDIV- out. On the periphery but different. You know they're the ones that found. The truck would have been nice to speak to them on just how they were able to do that. And what the truck look like with more detail that we don't have in the reports and again district very objective standpoint no finger pointing on anybody not that that was the plan But not a single person took us up on that starting with Haley. The ex wife was invited of course to be on the very first I episode which was a celebration of Jeffrey's life and we all find that very difficult to to handle Why she wouldn't WanNa come on? I mean there is a rift between the family and that is what it is Amok GonNA pretend and to know why or what it just it is what it is. That's between them. But you put that aside when your loved one your husband husband or your wife were to pass away in this this manner. Jeffrey wasn't found for two months and again under these circumstances you would think she would jumped jumped and she did say she was gonNA come on. But we went back and forth like five times until I just. I couldn't do it just I don't have that much time. GotTa hold. That won't say who. But if one of the three gentlemen Between Jesse John and Anthony and they said that they would come on and they were going to talk to at least one if not both the other two gentlemen and then I never heard back and again I don't I don't understand so.

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OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

16:26 min | 3 years ago

"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

"So anyways that's what we're going to be doing hopefully growing and You know providing people that chance chance so again. Thank you so very much for taking the time to do this and I'll let you know When it'll be out in does he buys can subscribe and hear the whole thing is you're GonNa want to yeah to hear all of the additional stuff for sure all right? Well thank you thank you. Yeah thank you guys too. All right bye bye. All right everybody everybody moping you took some notes and this part of the detectives report art was Kept out the other day and the reason is because I knew that was going to be able to interview them in person in order to get specific information and you even heard them mentioned about the detective when he called You know he you know how to describe it He did ask questions. He did But none of the important things is what I'm getting at Was discussed you know. I didn't hear anything at all about the other folks folks that Anthony saw the you know the other people up at the hot springs. This is really important information in. Why were they not interviewed? Why were they not spoken to you? Know really just from this interview you can pretty much put together and formulate at least an opinion at this point I believe You know I have have one and I don't like to again. I really don't like to point fingers fingers and I believe people are innocent before proven guilty always in a quarter of law. No matter what I think are anybody thinks even even even the family I told them before we even started you know. Just prepare yourself just got except it's always possible you knowledge could have been a really strange accident. They do happen. But I'm sorry. The odds of that in our in. Even though the cases closed in they said it was caused by the elements. And you know probably probably again fall. Down this this ravine this five hundred foot ravine but who's to say he's not pushed or place there possibly. There's all kinds of different things that could have occurred because when you take the behavior of the individual and you know compare it to what really anybody else would have gone and I know that sometimes people do strange things and and if he was truly I two thermic you know in his mind wasn't working right. You know. Well maybe he does some of these things but not when he put it all together. You put each thing together how he actually appeared more alert. The second time the cope. Why did he take the code off? The East should have been becoming more and more. Coal is east again becoming hypothermic. I have heard of people wants to have full on hypothermia. After some time as you're getting really close adept at some people literally strip off all their clothes which is weird but that does occur. But that's not what's happening here nuclei. That's not what's happening here at all. They had to keep asking about Jeff's right. I mean he really didn't offer any information at all fact he didn't even want to talk about Jeff other than calling him names and and being from Kansas and this and that kind of setting up maybe you know the story of. That's why he's missing. That's why he when he woke up face face I in the snow. Supposedly in Jeffries has gone you know. Well he's just gone because he's an idiot. He's from Kansas. You know that's the best he could come up with Also something else. That wasn't in any of the reports a few noticed He said to the two ladies here that they went back to the truck that was never mentioned so he told them and again. Who knows? Maybe I don't know why he's telling the girl L. says that they went back to the truck on load the tools but that's not true. They were dropping them off as they were hiking away from the truck getting to that wall face or whatever they were trying to climb up. Just all bull you know him passing out not remembering anything. Thank you really didn't take very long to even get their. These areas are so close together between where the truck is and the springs is only a few miles els. I mean you could have gotten there within a couple of hours of just walking and And that's it so known you heard about the snow. No it already started and but you know it wasn't a full on Blizzard Dino The temperatures weren't so freezing that you would not be able to survive especially even if it's true you know and again this is all speculation because just his testimony. I don't know what what to think of it None of it's making any sense to me. Maybe it's making sense to some of you the end if it is let us know You Herbie rematch. Web Sleuths W. E. B. S. L. E. U. T. H. as they are some of the best at looking at these cases aces and you know almost to a person they all claim bowl. You know there's something really off and strange and suspicious is hell about this case. The news reports mentioned. You just look at the comments. I mean it's just everybody says it looks suspicious You know the drug use Houston again. That's public information. So all of these people were were using and this isn't the type of drug your Desta Weekend Warrior. Maybe when you start but In as people have been using this these drugs for quite a while so it's not dislike a little weekend thing it's GonNa be a constant thing the the addiction is so strong and also the withdrawal symptoms are very similar similar to what is occurring here. But it's like I mentioned it's also strangely GonNa be similar to what somebody that's hypothermic is economy shaking a lot in their legs and be shaking but He kept closing his eyes And when when he was in the back of the ambulance is same thing he was. If you guys remember from the detective reports he was able to take off his shoes and pants. Everything was hands and everything were working. He was coordinated sets. If you're hypothermic. You're not gonNA be able to do that so I don't know why. The detectives just took took that and ran with it immediately and ignored all of this information. And what we keep saying that you're going to hear about in the next episode from from the family all of the additional evidence and information that they've been able to gather so I wanNA thank you guys for hearing this. I'm hoping that this interview at least begins to give you some kind of shape or form or in some kind of cohesive timeline or You know his attitude. You know a spotlight on Anthony of who he really is as a person in what he was actually doing and actually sang. Not just what's in those reports on what he's telling the detectives we really do need to get those interviews. We need to get him the video. Oh interviews or minimally DISA- transcript if anything why they do not have that yet. The family is beyond me. this you know. Douglas Douglas County. They have to provide this information. The nine one one call. There's so much the video that they claim the two guys getting Outon Wanting to go up to the forestry boxes but you really can't tell who they are you know well. Why can't we have that video you didn't so we can and see it And again really when it all comes down. What did they even care about? After even jeff is found deceased deceased again. It could happen even place there you could have been pushed there. There's a million different things All they cared about was the force through boxes in the envelopes. They were asking. Can we charge somebody for these through twenty five cents envelopes. That's all they cared about that said and again just closed out the case mysteriously all right so get ready for the family and their theory free and all of the information that they're gonNA throw out. You guys are really going to enjoy that. Thank you so much for listening. Thank you for spreading this word of mouth. The have no wadia how much that means to us. That's that's how we're going to grow. That's how we're GONNA You know be able to be this tool for people as as we mentioned you guys understand how this works our you should in real time that when people go missing we can be talking to the family immediately. The information goes out to everybody. That has the application to. If you don't have it yet go and get the application on You know i-it's on IOS. It's also also on the Google. Play store guesses where you go for androids. I have an iphone so go to the apple store And it's the OWL. Once was lost. Just a missing persons APP. You can't miss it the the best one. There's a few other ones there but this one by far is is the best in is is taken care of by Nick Conway. Who if you listen to the very first episode? I interview him and we talk about how we kind of met and why we decided ready to partner together and this too simple thing that should have been done a long time ago a long time ago. it's not like were you know this. This is magic or anything this is just the simple instead of simplicity just attaching a podcast along to the The applications so that we can talk to the family and get specifics for people to be looking at first hour and how precious it is and I do want to say. Hey that when I've mentioned about the twenty four hour waiting period for eight hours I have to admit that's a lot of that has changed a lot of states aids. Don't have that anymore But regardless this is still always gonna be faster because the family has control over that the churches. There's an example. That child goes missing in a store in a walmart or something and they're looking everywhere and they can't find them they would still have to get on the phone call nine one one make a report to all of these different things before anybody is even beginning to look. Where would this you can upload the information within minutes with the picture? The alert alert goes out and people are searching and there might even be people you know in the store that had this. That's the goal right is to have as many people so as possible tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands of people with this phone APP minimally and then hopefully have the podcast is well so so that you can be updated with specifics. In details of what's going on and then as I mentioned before that will also be doing coal cases that are our given to us that. Have the best chance at being solved either. By UH gathering the information or by you guys gathering bring information you guys being the sluice and Hopefully we'll be able to get some some closed so that's it for today in and Really appreciate it. Please give those five stars again. I know I know baggy and I keep saying it but just got understand again. It's it's the algorithms for Apple And for Android doesn't matter but the five star rating needs to be clicked. I didn't even care if you to give a four. Whatever it doesn't matter we need those so that people can find the podcast so we can start to be suggested by the algorithms to people as the missing person's application because there really isn't any other ones Available out there I don't see any that are actually live other than the application. But you can't get those like in the podcast so you can go and get the podcast Ed cast and by getting the podcast. Of course we're going to tell you to get the application and vice versa. See other work. So it's it's it's simple But we've got to have those five stars you can then write a review right beneath that. Tell us anything you want Look we're brand new and and again you know you didn't get the greatest recording year. It's a little bit spotty in feel like telling us that. Go right ahead. If you guys have suggestions give suggestions were never going to be a massive production company You know scripted professional voiceover with sound effects. Listen you know come on. I'm I'm just I don't know about you guys but I'm so sick of that. It's it's boring. It's an affront to my I intelligence most of the time to hear any of that and then at the end they don't even give you information on the case if you have leads if you have tips and you know where to send them. You don't hear any of that okay. There are a few good true crime. PODCAST that due provide that information out there I'm not gonNA name on an only because a marketing name. The ones that are bad so it's just not fair but there are some good ones is listened to and I feel that they do justice they do a good job to do justice to the family but the vast majority are taking advantage of of the pain and suffering of these families. And I just don't get it. You know the really old cases cold cases same thing as not any different You know if you're doing something Jeffrey Dahmer or You know any of the big names. That's a little bit different that's More News Type Information Outta mind that people do shows on that a fine at the it is a little bit different All the information is is already out there. Everybody knows it every seen it. There's document documentaries everywhere on those subjects. So excuse me anybody's blended there today. Thank you for listening. Please pass this on to a few friends. Ask them to pass it on to five more and that's again now we're going to grow however GonNa get there. Please give us those five stars at so very very important Once we start getting up there in everybody starts downloading subscribing describing hitting those five stars. I promise I'll shut up about it. Okay you have my word. I'll shut up about it. All right everybody have a great day bye bye..

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"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

12:55 min | 3 years ago

"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

"Like I think I remember thinking to myself. Cautious coats really big on him because it was like flopping when he was moving an armed like that and then when we got back to the car he only in really we he he was sitting next to me and I vividly remember this because I thought it was so weird. pull he had. He was complaining on how cold he was. And I only only have two small shirts on any pulled up the one the outer ones and he listed and it was like a long John on their nature and it wasn't wet at all at all and he had a code anymore. But Ho gone and I am here saying that this is really important. This coat was big big on him. Like you know it seem like the wrong size. It was definitely bigger over. Yeah so then But then it goes back to memory and it's like catered. We Really Sinoe Koga. But he wasn't in a t shirt and he was. Yeah Yeah or Jack this is. This is interesting though Well first off because Geoffrey a pretty big guy MM Six Lloyd to forty Anthony I've never asked what How tall and would you say is his way? He was definitely lean average height. Maybe I wouldn't say he was like tall tall. Five eight nine ten a I five five eight or nine sixteen. Maybe we'll like he was the one man so that coat. Yeah it was jeffries definitely would have looked bigger and then I'm just again. This is just speculation that since it's really making me think and then these coming out of the woods really wasn't out there as long as he says making this whole hyperthermic thermic thing going. But he's coming down because he's drinking a beer but of course he's not gonna WanNa be seeing that jacket because because he's going to be asked. Why are you wearing Jeffrey Jacket? If it's Jaffrey jacket again this is all but I haven't heard that before for Until you said that that wasn't in any of the information so yeah it helps a lot And it could mean something could could be nothing. Yeah but Yeah definitely strange All right so back to the the call or anything else that the detectives over with you guys or assing all she can remember Not Awesome I can remember it was very Like wasn't very long. Just like an official like they have have to make the call kind of thing to get it over with. Is that what it felt like. I mean he was he. I don't know he asked question. And then I mean I worry just the part when I was saying that we felt like he was on. You could have been there saying though. He's brushing it off. Yeah Yeah Yeah. They did not treat the family. Well at all All the questions in any time they tried to get any information they completely brush them off. If you're really really bad about that when you hear that sometimes I mean we all love every bond for us to be on ninety nine percent. You know. They're there for US but in every once in a while you know and maybe it's just a small don't force there Yeah like the Mouth Angel Police are would resist from Rose even dogs roads. Clint probably like the burden is probably Roseburg. That would make sense so the way smell. I can maybe even listen to it. Let's see here. I don't that's okay if people ended it though PAT. Pass it on to me if you can figure out a way to Like an MP three be be interested to hear that definitely What they were asking so and that yeah that gets in the nuts? It basically Ben Later it's just picking up news tidbits that you heard. Where did you hear news for you in California? Were when you say on the coast where the Oregon coast. We're here in on the Oregon Coast got got it. I don't know I was thinking California. The Oregon coast great from being in Florida audience thinking Okay yes eatable there. Air To where you guys are are beautiful. We mainly what what brought you guys out there. What what was about the hot springs or anything I don't mean to pry? I'm just interested no and we're actually going for for Valentine's Day. That was our our cool. Yeah and the springs are that cool. I sounds like you spent most of the day. There must have been very cool. They are absolutely beautiful. If you ever get to Oregon I would hide was the degree like what the water like. There's like there's like different pools and they each go from unlike eighty five. Oh honored put depend on which all the different. Yeah well it just goes from the top spring Eland goes down so like autumn cool. Yeah it'd be cooler got it got it. That makes sense. Yeah that does sound beautiful. All right ladies I really appreciate it. the helps had a lot more than you could ever no. No you guys were asking like water. Not How much we didn't help Actually helps a lot because it fills in You know a time. Line there That's so important. Oh and let's get that straight so on Monday just approximately when you saw him the first time you remember about what time that was because we haven't been there just to get roughly awfully ten thirty. Am Yeah I would say probably. Yeah roughly ten and ten ten thirty okay and then the second time. Roughly how Oh it was the longtime actually Reich. We were talking about that because I can see when he message that person on space coca and just a wandering around out there what are you doing yeah and but that was the other all league. Stalling stalling galling people at Auburn in for help him and Ed right any and he denied it didn't want l.. Yeah I I don't understand how this hasn't been the open yet. I really don't think it just needs to get to the right people again. Like I said with all the additional evidence or finding which is crazy. come out in the next episode After people here this one that that you guys will be on Yeah Yeah it's GonNa everything be really super super surprised if all the additional information all the the character the different people that were involved because for Jaffrey I mean from Kansas. Yeah married Haley. His cousin strange wife really Tax Doc she agreed to an interview but then said yes the no the no than yes but I hear that's normal behavior for her And then she gets completely clearly disappeared and of course I can get any of the other. People are all either relatives or friends so again that suspicion. It's just make make things her her her facebook. I wonder could. It's not correct yeah stations. She has to Accounts under for Haley van. What's weird about it? I can't I don't know her maiden name but she just changed. It took Advan when he went missing the grieving wife. changed to Haley Vans. But the other two accounts So I heard I think I found the second one but the first one I have. Okay Yeah I'm not sure it was probably we're on at least two or three the afternoon when we that's a long time to be apt seeing all these people with him being up. They're missing. None of this makes any sense at all All the websites you look at all the news you look at all the comments and every single person to a T. say suspicious what lead Sir very famous. It's a blog site that does stuff like this and they got a lot of Retired detectives this corners and all kinds of stuff. And they all say. There's something wrong here. What that is? I don't know you know again pointing any fingers but but there's just something not right. Okay anything else you you guys can think of would be important. I don't think so not right now. Okay why really appreciate it If you do think of something thing please reach out to me. We're going to be putting all this together so still be at least a few more days before before anything goes live minimally. So do you think of anything at all that now That that might help even at the smallest thing because you never know you really don't You know what can you put together a puzzle. This is weird one weird one. Yeah we put together the application in the our application for missing people and I was thinking of doing something like yet to see guys now and I'd already been podcasting But doing nothing like this but I wanted to get into doing cold cases of missing persons but not like true crime. Because there's so many of those. I don't know if you guys ever listen to podcasts. At all but true crime is so big and to me I feel like the most not all of them. Some of them are good but most of them are taking advantage. If you get my drift of con- like other peoples came and they don't give out any information like at the end like like you know if you have any info call you know this law enforcement officer and it's very sad I I don't know why they can at least do that so anyway. That's what we're really. We focused on specifically and the applications and real time of the trial you have Elderly parent has dementia Alzheimer's begin immediately. Upload them to the real time and then we can be talking to the family like this As fast as possible and Because the the police twenty four hour or forty eight hours depending on the state before I can even right Discussed Life the person being messing and then a lot of times. They just Kinda also like in this case but rightfully so. If it's the big city they get so many runaways. That can't even handle it so they don't really take it seriously unless there's a ton of evidence like a child's been abducted specifically tweet than they might get on it but if not it's even tough to get them to do anything so this is like really the best choice for people You know as a tool to get way way ahead of the game Within an hour and this is the worst stat. I've ever heard it. You don't get to a trial abducted ninety six percent of the time we're going to be found deceased. So that's why that first hour is just.

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"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

12:54 min | 3 years ago

"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

"All right everybody welcome. I'm to the owls once was lost. PODCAST with the continuing ballad of Jeffrey Vance. So we're moving into into episode three. The one that I feel is the most important to date We obviously will have an additional episode with all of those theories from the family which is going to blow this up because of all of the additional evidence that they have found concerning this case that they've been able to collect but unfortunately the Douglas Cownie any Sheriff's Office is. I don't know if they're playing games or what's going on. But they are not providing riding the information which is Really Freedom of information at this point. It's a closed case but to get the audio of the interviews The people that were interviewed when they were considered at least suspects or people of interest to begin with along along with the nine one. One call you know so that would be really nice to have right now. So we're going to work on getting that stuff and so so possibly even have an additional episode after We speak with Angela and Jennifer Jeff sister in Kayla his best friend so on and so forth on their theories but right now we're focused on the two women that really..

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"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

16:08 min | 3 years ago

"once" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

"It can can be a runaway. It can be a person with the that's mentally challenged a person with dementia And our worst fears abducted child again. The key word here is real time and We'll explain that nickel. Explain that to you kind of how that works and you know why he created the APP just wanted to make a real quick announcement that our last episode for a I pull up a few podcast on the Bethel Baptist boys and girls home called series where it is waiting for my co host Jessica. Unfortunately she had broken leg was much worse than they thought it was. So she's been in the hospital for a few weeks so everybody can. Yeah send some some prayers and good vibes her way as she gets better soon. We'll get back on in them. We'll get that episode out. Everybody because I know everything was is building up to that last episode and we really do. We've got some absolutely incredible things to explain to you there about about the The caller experience in the escape and all how that ended up so anyways nick. How're how you doing hi? I'm good how are you doing the good. Hello everyone thanks for having me on through and get well soon Jessica a thank you thank. You shall hear that too. She will. So Nick as I said is the creator of the application portion. Shen of.

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