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"park network" Discussed on What Shall We Do About...?
"Again. This thank you so much considering just back from a dog walk. And i'm very red faced and sydney sydney humid gross. So it's nice to see your face to thanks for having me now. I'm just looking at when we talked last way talked. Sixteenth of december came around to your place episode released in february. And it was all about the fact that you are about to open up a feat apply. Yes what happened so we were. I think at three or four days into rehearsal for my new play abroad. Cosco at on some wool when we were shut down because that was the time l. of it was around march the fifteenth sixteenth. Something like that and you know that time in the pandemic's history where we didn't know if we were going to die by sitting next to somebody on a train you know what i mean like. It was all very very fool on an intense so we was shut down and then over time. My productions shut down as well so broadcast who was also going to canberra from ensemble. And then i had a production of the appleton ladies potato rice that was going on at the theatre. Royal in haibat brand new production old canceled sir. It was a big big was kinda shocked because you know Those productions that was kind of my set income for the year everything changed. I think like a lot of people that you know in-theatre particularly that happened to a lot of people. So yeah that's what went down after way spoke when we were back when we were innocent in december. What was the feeling lock. And i i was following what you're doing and you're having Rehearsals even with the unknown of what was to come. What was the feeling like when you realized you had to call it off. How did you feel it was too. There were two feelings. Sam and the first is that when developing a new work of theatre. You've usually got three to four weeks to rehearse it and in the first week you saying all the problems in the script. It's usually way too long. Everything's a mess and you're thinking you sitting there thinking my gosh. How did somebody program is. This is the worst play. Since the history of data this is terrible and the actors are apparently sitting around the. Oh my god. I'm about to be fired. I'm being tara all this so in the first week of rehearsals everything's very unsure. And then by second third way you start to get into a groove and you think oh it's okay everything's alright. We're in the first week so this half of me. That was like oh. Thank god i get to spend another year working on this but then there was a real that was just a slot thing really though it was very upsetting and disappointing because you get to trial that new work in front of an audience. Don't get to see whether it works in front of them Also there is nothing more beautiful. I think we might have talked about this before the camaraderie of being part of a company of all working together and putting on a show and so to go from that to you. Know that lockdown situation. We went to which. I was alone with my two dogs and at one stage. We weren't even really weren't even allowed to have more than one person over kind of thing. It was very isolating so it was. It was like these sort of really mixed time. Like i was feeling quite relieved that i didn't want my work in front of the critics and and everybody but also really disappointed. What else was going on. Because i know that you had you had a gig at the start of the year and then you decided to leave that gig rut. Yes so i was working for mama mia park network and you know what sam i was really grateful for. I left the nearly twenty years to work in media. I don't know how much of that was out of choice. So out of not feeling that. I was voice with listening to and all that kind of stuff and i. Sometimes you get really bitter about that before covid about all the plays that i didn't write you know all the theater companies. I wasn't part of all the relationships. I didn't build and then suddenly when covid happened. I mean you would to sam because we've got the same sort of skills suddenly that skills. Everybody was my hand. Podcast everybody was you know Needing the media and something that skills were really really valuable. So i was able to kind of forget the depression of not having a theater show on by my work. I was the executive producer of the quickey. For mama. mia. Neil ended up being nearly a year. I left that role just because it was it. I didn't really wanna base so full time. You know what. I mean. I i wanted to and it was really crazy. Time during covid. I was also the pay for a time of no filter may friedman's podcast and we doing three nine field as awake as well as the daily the quickey. It was just too much for me you know. I think i wanted that to be my career. If i wanted to be a podcast producers a career it would have been great. But i'm a playwright first and then a podcast media person second and you've created a podcast which which do you think that some hotels about a country podcast and do you think it would have happened if it went for the coronavirus..
"park network" Discussed on Parcast Presents
"Out on facebook and instagram at podcast and twitter at park network. Today we'll delve into the early life of joseph james de ngelo who's charged with being the golden state killer will follow his gradual descent from petty theft to serial murder. It's believed that during his reign of terror in the nineteen seventies and eighties. The angelo murdered at least twelve people and raped forty. Five women on thursday will cover the height of the golden state killer. Spree will also follow the unorthodox investigation that finally revealed that the vice alia ransacked the east area rapist the original night stalker and the golden state killer. Were all the same sadistic mad joseph. James dangelo angelo was born into a decorated military family in bath new york. The angelo senior was a world. War two sergeant with several medals to his name. His brother also a world war. Two veteran received the purple heart and was laid to rest in arlington cemetery because of deangelis seniors career in the air force the family of six moved off in during the late nineteen forties and early fifties. The angela's nephew. Jesse ryland told buzzfeed news that at some point while the angeles junior was young. His father ran into trouble with the police for physically abusing his mother. Authorities threatened to oust the elder dangelo from the air force. If he continued to beat his wife ryland also suggested that dangelo junior and his siblings were likely also victims of their father's physical abuse not long afterward when he was around. Nine or ten years old dangelo experienced a traumatic event. That forever changed him. It happened while the family was stationed at a german airforce base one day young dangelo and his sister constance and abandoned warehouse on the base to play. They were approached by two airmen. They didn't know while. Dangelo watched the men snatched up seven year old constance and sexually abused her. The tragedy was made worse when the two children told their parents about the rape. There were no consequences and the children were ordered to never speak it again. Deangelis hood trauma fits the pattern of many criminals who are often exposed to violent in justice as children. Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or a psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks greg professor and wool burgess a psychiatric nurse who studied the personalities of thirty six convicted serial killers said that witnessing the rape could have created a vial fantasy that the angelo sought to recreate. It's likely that deangelis abusive household also added to his disturbed psyche. University study titled the origins of sexual offending suggested. That sexual deviance lies in the offenders. Experience of poor quality childhood relationships with their parents angelo's disillusionment with his parents toxic relationship. The abuse the children likely endured and their failure to protect constance may have primed for violence later in life deangelis family only got more dysfunctional as he matured while he was in his teens. His parents divorced and both remarried soon. After de ngelo moved with his mother and stepfather to rural auburn california. Meanwhile his father moved to korea where he started a new family there he sired another set of children and apparently gave them the exact same names he had with. Kathleen not only did the angelo senior. Leave his kids behind he flat out. Replace them afterwards. Liangelo junior was forced to grapple with feelings of abandonment and inadequacy search for power and control led him to the military himself after he graduated from high school in one thousand nine hundred sixty four he served in the vietnam war with the navy on the uss canberra. His father was a decorated veteran. So his service would have been an attempt to gain his estranged father's approval. According to his hometown newspaper twenty one year old dangelo returned home. In nineteen sixty seven after vietnam he enrolled at sierra college and then cal state sacramento where he studied criminal justice. Dr stanton salmon. How an expert in criminal behavior and author of inside the criminal mind conducted a study with career criminals and found that many of them aspired to be cops when they were children. Sam now wrote that. It was the excitement and the ability to wield absolute power over other human beings that attracted them as well as the prospect of being cited as heroes for doing so. It's unclear if diangelo always wanted to be a police officer but by the time he was in college he had his heart set on law enforcement. It would offer him a position of authority and control. He lacked growing up with a possessive father. At some point during studies deangelis met fellow student. Bonnie jean colwell the to hit it off and were engaged in nineteen seventy-two their wedding announcement printed in the auburn journal detailed that bonnie was a lab assistant and dangelo was affiliated with the vets club. And the president's honor roll. They appeared to be an ideal couple in reality. They were far from perfect. Funny later. Recalled deangelis bizarre behavior during sex according to her his appetite was insatiable. He wanted to go on for hours when interviewed bonnie told police that although she was never forced to do anything. He was oblivious to her exhaustion and discomfort during their encounters he also had a tendency to break away from her as he was about to climax then returned minutes later and continue having sex. She claimed he would do this several times over the course of a night. Bonnie admits the dangelo was her first sexual experience and so she had little point of reference. For what normal was however it was an early indicator of his sexual perversions. A study conducted by the university of new south wales and published in the journal. Aggressive behavior found that the aggression displayed by the participants of this study can be partially explained by men's entitlement to sex if men think they're entitled to a sexual relationship with a woman they're less likely to exhibit self control more likely to endorse traditional gender roles and more likely to be hostile toward women after a rejection. Eventually jean-charles behavior became too much for bonnie. She broke off their relationship before the wedding less than a year later. She married another man. The break-up likely caused deangelis to feel the familiar pangs of abandonment and insecurity that plagued him as a teen after his parents divorce. This major romantic disappointment seems to have contributed to his negative feelings toward women for years he would recall bonnie and moments of rage and claim. He hated her despite. Or maybe because of bonnie's swift marriage to another man de ngelo also married soon after he met twenty year old law student sharon huddle at sacramento state and by november of nineteen seventy-three. They were wed that same year. Twenty-eight-year-old the angelo was hired by the exeter police department a small city.
"park network" Discussed on WTOP
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"park network" Discussed on Aries Today
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"park network" Discussed on RunPod
"Day but then my giant because I I do my my warm up his leg stretching and say that is not Through the dual I basically. I'm trying to undo my trainers with fit as I'm like making it to the kitchen to get a glass of water and then I'm looking to sage. Never do when you come back and do some idea quite a few stretches when I come back. And they're the best stretches ever because you can feel them immediately and it just feels so good I take about ten minutes of doing stretching and just saved my front door so I'm not lights come in until I don't feel like I'm stretching anymore and it is a good feeling got to be honest you know with the reverse of each other. I think I think I need to do more. What you were doing. Sounds like that might be better for me. Doing afterwards. Might not have the same effect. Maybe I should activate everything I that would be much better. And if someone if someone is listening to this and they've always thought that maybe they're running Ni- maybe maybe you're listening and you're running and you're just lake it and they're saying I can't run. What is your sales pitch to them to tell them. That running is actually a great thing. I think it's a bit like when people say hey. Yoga annual like a K. What Yoga Class? If you've been to he was your teacher. What was the environment like? I don't think he writes off a whole kind of category of movement. Because you've tried once more positive it had one bad experience and so I think that's very much the same with running so when people say come run that's probably because they've gone out either and they've done they've done too much of the same thing and they've just got really bored all. They found to be pressured to do something too. Big To sued an actually. You know you'll I run could just be getting to the end of the road and coming back and there's no. There is no kind of rule that says you have to run a five K to to to to make it a run or you have to run for thirty minutes. Say what I would say to. People is number one the into the fact that there's loads of different types of running so you can't be a long distance runner but if you just want to be somebody who goes out on a casual thirty minutes a couple of times a week. That's totally fine. Or you might find that actually get laser kicks from running up hills during this speedwork unite vip into that. Secondly maybe feel like that. Because you're not confident. Confident comes through experience and knowledge and say I just hype. That kind of the the I've written I can give you the non so you can go out and you can put it into practice and experience and then you can build confidence in those places where you've actually may be been feeding Discomfort before and then the I would say. Stop comparing yourself if you feel that way. 'cause you're comparing yourself to others rightly stop during the and you can't do that kind of like. I think one of the most amazing things I think about a lot is at the park. Run Times over. The years have gradually got slower than average popcorn time. A Lot. Is that big. Because more and more people are running it. That's exactly right and so in the beginning it was only the people. It was like hard core runners that when and that's he set it up and now there is you know there is so many different people that will take many different types of people that go to park run and they all hate something different away from it inside just block if you won't house but you trained zone zone into yourself and have a guy and enjoy IOS while you're running as well just smile and enjoy what you see J. because actually sometimes you get to see things from a completely different perspective and you might enjoy it you never know. I like the fact that we can. Just you know if we if we get a healthy reaching going now we can keep that healthy retain until go got nice win like my great great grandma hang on sorry. Migrate Nanna one hundred and three and she still with us which is amazing but she does yoga in a chair. Oh my word that's a NSA I just think you're oversee. She's not doing yoga she's just doing some warriors and stuff and that's amazing and then my man who is in her late seventy s she said. I was during zoom cool with her the other day and she was saying about her running that she's injured at the moment because as soon as lockdown and was seen as those that toolkit lockdown. She decided that she needed to get liver running in because she was worried that she wasn't gained to be able to run enough during lockdown safe. She went from doing like twice a week runs round the park to said two weeks. I think ten days two weeks before she found out ran twice a day doing to five K. Today the extreme slut Mexican extreme and say she's now on. She's on strict restaurant. As I just think it's amazing. That like we know we can be in our seventies eighties or even like the women. Ninety use a combination but she's climbing stats. She's amazing she's isn't she yeah? She's claiming a lot of stairs. Basically isn't she. Yeah to basically. Isn't it today? The distance is the distance of amount in which before. That's it so. She climbed a mountain years ago now. She's trying to reduce the distance on stairs to raise money for the chest. And I just think if you and you can. Do There Know Austin Thirties forties fifties put on trainers and. Just give it a go. It's just a few minutes down the road in the beginning. I know I feel every time I see a picture of Captain. Thome on God. He's done so I mean he's done two and a half kilometers with his walking frame and he did it quicker than anyone expected. He's you know he's one hundred in April is just insane. Yeah exactly and he's done that by just breaking like he took a big. He took a massive goal for him. And just break it down into manageable chunks. And I think that's what you can do with running like one of the the experts Guy Could entry in ray and he's a a mind kites for athletes and he's always night. Take your big goal and then put prices goals to get there so you have like these little stepping stones so you can like mentally achieve and you can take stuff off that helps you get to your big go. So if you'll go if you you want to go out and say you D want to run a five k break it down and give yourself flight three months to get there and you take off each week. Build up to it. Definitely I know yet. And if you just sitting down and you're thinking oh I must be a bit more. Be Come on be a bit more. Captain toll gap rise to the challenge. You can do this if he can. You can and amy I've got I've got a quickly. Run Port quickfire round for you before we wrap up here. And which trainers do you were? So I am really wedded to the Nike Pegasus Popular Choices. Yeah and but I. I have to pay full price for them against outlet villages. Because they're always. There is an outlet village staple and say you know ready. Train is expensive and you can get about forty quit often. The Nike outlets say genuine. Generally if you get last season's there quite often a similar. The similar trainer that just a different color L. is that's cool is an. I personally like Nike Pegasus. Thirty five's which about three years old. Say they go okay fair enough to. Where is your favorite place to go running? Sorry my favorite place to go. Running is my. Auntie has a has a house. Which is it's an old farmhouse just surrounded by fields and she has late which we day. It's not very long but it's just amazing running three running Trillo Woodlands and three at Orchard and we've run it on her wedding day ask at this amazing views in say when my favorite things has always been living in. London is to go up and stay there for the weekend and then just to go out. Do that leap with her as bench. Which somebody's put on the late in memory of somebody and saving on the on the bench and just have a little account and it's just just mice. It's amazing run because it's beautiful but it just brings back lovely memories. Yes signs gorgeous. And what's your favorite time of day to go running a morning if I didn't get it down first thing it's game over. I feel the same as well. And when do you get a runner's high? I have run this high. I would say most friends. And but there's always embodiment I think. Iran's where like my mind suddenly stops obsessing about jobless what's GONNA wear the scandal on like hey or whatever and I just and I actually connect with what I'm doing Moran and I think that's the m`aiment that I get. My rent is high. Just and sometimes that's amazing run in the field or sometimes it's been running from. What can London used to run home? Quite a bit and it would take me a good twenty minutes to light figure the stress of the day and to really get into my run and then suddenly ad be like how. I'm I'm running through London. This is amazing shave. I'm really only my evening. I'm with you on that one as well and finally last question. Why is it that you love running so much? That's good one. I think I think I love running. Because I li- I like the positivity of it so I think I've said this do like having a positive goal and I do like having something to train towards challenge me and to achieve say sometimes I'll just write stuff down on a piece of paper just even if I've already done it so then I took it off. Just I like I like doing that. I like that like chievements thing and I just think with running as many different things which you can achieve can always staffing you go and I just love. I love doing it and I love seeing the people doing it like you spend a lot of time on instagram looking other day just thinking. Oh my God that's amazing and just feeling really inspired I do you know I realized I follow a lot of runners on instagram. Because when I go through my my timeline everyone runs out saying to someone I worked with the other day on instagram posting about running and he went not mayans trump. There will about cooking. Okay gesture follow a lot of runners. That solid funny isn't it? 'cause you're like? Oh this is the whole world is just my edited version of the world. Sadly and it's been so lovely chatting Te- thank you so much for coming on producer. No officially one member of the Royal Portland Club. I'm so excited to be in the club. Do I have to is so it was just my initiation or is there going to be something house is well so far? This is this is a successful initiation and we'll see if we need to do any further Texas. I might come back to you once you've had the baby and then we can maybe something else then but look good luck with the rest of the pregnancy. I'm sure I will speak to you before but good luck and good luck with the book as well. Thanks so much for having me on and I can't wait to see out running again in London when all of this is over. I know it'd be great when we can all get back to normal again. Yes at the Park Network all right. Thank you amy lane..
"park network" Discussed on Not Guilty
"Welcome to conspiracy theories. Apar- cast original every Wednesday. We dig into the complicated stories behind the world's most controversial events in search for the truth on Carter Roy and I'm Molly Brandenburg. And neither of us are conspiracy theorists but we are open minded skeptical and curious. Don't US wrong sometimes. The official version is the truth. Sometimes it's not you can find episodes of conspiracy theories and all other podcast originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream conspiracy theories for free on spotify. Just open the APP and type conspiracy theories in the search bar at par cast. We're grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast in twitter at Park Network? And if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review. Wherever you're listening. It really does help. This is our first episode on the Bohemian Grove. Home to the Bohemian Club and exclusive secret gentlemen's fraternity founded in eighteen. Seventy two each July. The club hosts a two week festival. That could be described as a Balkan all for the world's most prominent powerful men this week will explore what little we know about the clubs founding and the events that take place inside the Grove. We'll also examine those men and women who continue to protest the clubs existence as well as the journalists and reporters who have desperately tried to gain entrance next week. We'll discuss some conspiracy theories surrounding the Bohemian Club. Were they responsible for the Manhattan Project? Which developed the atomic bomb. Are they creating a new world? Order for global dominance and do they actually practice human sacrifice? The signs are posted everywhere. Private property no trespassing. Security cameras line. The Trees Metal Gates Block. The road guardsmen the outpost at all hours. The Bohemian Club has made one thing crystal clear. If you are caught on their land they will have you arrested and United States law. They have every right to do so. But it's exactly this level of security and secrecy that has given rise to suspicion what happens inside the Bohemian Grove. More importantly why don't they want the world to know here is what we can say for sure. The behin Grove is located in Monteriro California. Just a couple miles north of San Francisco. It serves as home to the Bohemian Club. A more than one hundred fifty year old secret fraternity the property spans twenty seven hundred acres and is located in the heart of the redwood forests. There are more than one hundred different campsites on the grounds all of which are situated around a central feature. A man made lake watching over. The lake. Is a shrine depicting a thirty foot stone. Al weathered from age it sits atop a giant stone staircase nested in the trees and looms over an impressive firepit. If you WANNA see the grounds for yourself have your pocketbook. Ready because joining the Bohemian Club is not cheap. The initiation fee alone was twenty five thousand dollars in two thousand nine and that's before your annual dues but money alone won't gain you entry. In order to be considered you must be recommended by a number of its members lest your name be relegated to the wait list which is rumored to be fifteen years along and of course you going to need to be a man. Today there are somewhere around two thousand five hundred members some of which are allowed to bring guests of note. We think you'll be familiar with many of the club's members and guests names on the list include hearst Roosevelt Eastwood Twain Bush cronkite. Cheney crosby London Reagan Nixon. Ford Mirror Powell. Rumsfeld Schwab Hoover Scalia and Kissinger. Membership is so difficult to secure that rumor. Has it even our current sitting president? Donald Trump has never been invited in order to get a sense of just how far the club has come. Let's travel back to its founding in San Francisco in eighteen seventy two in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century Bohemian. Ism was trending in a big way. A Baheen lifestyle means taking pleasure in art revelry and hedonism and is often associated with frugality impoverishment and an anti establishment worldview. The Bohemians were actors writers painters and musicians who prided themselves on being untethered to worldly possessions. Some might call them hipsters or hippies in theory Bohemians were often spiritual in practice however they worshiped indulgence in eighteen. Seventy two in a dimly lit room in San Francisco. A group of Bohemian journalists began hosting gatherings for other like minded men interested in the arts. But it was mostly an excuse to imbibe while raging against the conservative politics of the day. It wasn't long. Before their revelry caught the attention of other bargo orders men who saw the good time they were having and asked to partake though. These new attendees loved hedonism. They shared little else with the Bohemians. Their pockets were lined with money. But why turn them away especially if they were going to foot the bill? The Bohemian artists dubbed their new friends men of US and refer to themselves as men of talent. The name seemed to suggest a hierarchy of priorities. Talent came first money was a systemic convenience and they were happy to manipulate the system but whatever their priorities were they seem to shift as the Bohemians realized. Just how much money can actually buy? Their parties became more lavish and intern more desirable and nothing fuels desire more than exclusivity. You always want what you can't have so. The club became more selective and raised their barrier for entry sometime around eighteen. Eighty seven entrance fees were set at one hundred dollars a person the equivalent of around twenty seven hundred dollars today monthly dues were the equivalent of ninety dollars. The clubs seemed to shed all of their Bohemian ideals except one their love of partying and by eighteen ninety three they started renting portion of the redwood forest from the Sonoma's lumber company to use as a getaway way in nineteen o one they purchased one hundred sixty acres. That parcel of land would eventually expand to the twenty seven hundred acres than it is today. That's four point two square miles more than three times. The size of New York Central Park nested within those forested acres are a number of different sub camps. The most important are the main gathering areas the grove stage a two thousand seat outdoor amphitheater the campfire circle a large firepit to surrounded by benches carved from redwoods the club house a multi purpose entertainment and dining facility and of course the heart of it all the owl shrine and the lake. The facilities only account for a small portion of groves land members and guests are free to roam about the forested grounds and lose themselves amongst the trees there within the freedom of the forest. Far from witness or worry debauchery of the Bohemian Club could become legend and as the mythos grew it piqued the interest and some powerful figures in the early twentieth century. Attendees started to include men like president. Herbert Hoover and as more attention was paid to the Grove. The clubs privacy measures only increased. The press became a distinctly unwelcome guest all forms of cameras videos or tape. Recordings were banned. Everything that happened in the grove went entirely off the record its members and guests were sworn to secrecy. By nineteen thirty eight total media blackout began and even the official story becomes hearsay except for financial records. Thanks to the group status as a five. Oh One C. seven social organization meaning. They're actually exempt from federal taxes. Their finances have to be available to the public and those records highlight the irony of the group's Bohemian routes as we've said the entrance fee is currently set to twenty five thousand dollars but in two thousand seventeen the Bohemian Club's total revenue was just shy of ten million dollars. There total assets were more than twenty million. And that's what was reported to the. Irs It's interesting to note that their numbers have remained suspiciously consistent over the years in two thousand eleven. Their total revenue was ten million dollars and their assets were eighteen million dollars. You'd expect peaks and dips as the economy flows and ABS but the Bohemian Club's official holdings remain suspiciously steady and when CEO's CFO's and financial executives like billionaire. Charles Schwab are members of the club. Some question what wealth the Bohemians are hiding overseas or what tax breaks? They're able to secure after all. Some of them helped pen. The laws. Apart from these financial records everything else we know is thanks to a few brave men and women who risked their freedom to infiltrate the Bohemian Grove. And some have faced dire consequences for uncovering the secrets to hear the rest of this episode. Follow podcast daily free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts..
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"This is espionage. Rush the podcast original exploring the missions of the world's most incredible spies and what brought their couvert operations into the public eye throughout this show. We'll explore real world spy tactics required to impersonate exploit end. Infiltrate the most confidential places in the world. I'm Carter Roy. You can find all episodes of espionage and all other park originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream espionage for free on spotify just open the APP tap browse anti espionage in the search bar at par cast. Were grateful for you Our listeners you allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at Park Network. And if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help is to leave a five star review. Wherever you're listening it really does help? This is our second and final episode on Walter Schilling Berg spy master of the Nazis and Lynch pin to some of the biggest counter intelligence operations during World War Two last week we heard how Schellenberg joined the counter. Intelligence Division of the Nazi Party we highlighted ended his successful kidnapping of two British agents in the Venlo incident. An event dubbed the biggest blunder in British intelligence history and Hitler's justification for invading the Netherlands. This week we'll track SCHOENBERG's rise to the head of the Nazi Counter Intelligence Department. We'll also follow the war altering missions. He led along the way including the infamous operation. Willie the attempted abduction of the Duke Duke and Duchess of Windsor.
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"Welcome to conspiracy theories. Apar- cast original every Wednesday. We dig into the complicated stories stories behind the world's most controversial events and search for the truth. I'm Carter Roy and I'm only Brandenburg and neither of us are conspiracy theorists but we are open minded skeptical and curious. Don't get US wrong sometimes. The official version is the truth. But sometimes it's not you can find Kosovo's of conspiracy theories and all other podcast originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream conspiracy theories series for free on spotify. Just open the APP tap rows and type conspiracy theories in the search bar. This is our first episode on Watergate. Eight the political scandal that began in nineteen seventy two when five men were caught breaking into the Democratic National Committee headquarters over the next two years years journalists and congressional. Investigators exposed the White House's involvement in the crime and the ensuing cover up ultimately leading to the end end of Richard Nixon's presidency. This week were covering the accepted story on Watergate next week. We'll dive into some of the wilder conspiracy purist theories and bizarre story surrounding. The scandal will follow Watergate's very I whistle blower as she's kidnapped and held captive against her will will will investigate the role of Watergate. Persons in a Boeing seven thirty-seven crash that killed forty five people and will explore the connections actions between Watergate and the assassination of John F Kennedy at Park Cast. We are grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we are doing reach out on facebook and instagram. At two park asked in twitter at Park Network. And if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening.
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"October nineteen eighty-six Rick Ames was in Rome. Living the good life is suits. Were bespoke bought with an endless influx of Soviet money his days were lazy. Unpunctual boozy meals and endless stacks of documents documents perfect for packing up and handing the KGB. But Rick was anxious us. He was shadowed by guilt and fear. Swilling back Italian wine and shots of vodka like he was tonight was no light hearted European in game. It was a coping mechanism and an ineffective one the fear lingered and he was angry his loyalties were with with the KGB. Now he'd relied on them to keep him safe. That was what he got an exchange for the reams of classified documents. He'd been smuggling the Soviets for more than a year that in the money they weren't keeping their side of the bargain word had spread through cryptic reports sports and hall gossip Soviet Double Agents were disappearing and dying left and right and rick knew exactly what was behind the disaster aster his betrayal. There was no way the CIA could miss this. They'd find him out the KGB. It should have been more careful more subtle. It should have left more of the double agents in the field. Use them to pass along false information to the CIA. Hey killing them all. That was a problem jeopardized rick. It was time to go meet his spy. Master time to demand explanation for the reckless way the Soviets were endangering him into beg the KGB to keep the CIA off his tracks. This is espionage. The podcast original exploring the missions behind the world's most incredible spies and what brought their covert operations into the public eye throughout this show. We'll explore real world spy tactics required to impersonate exploits and infiltrate the most confidential places in world. I'm Carter Roy. This is our second and final episode on Aldrich Ames. CIA expert in Soviet intelligence turn turn KGB double agent in June nineteen eighty-five Aldrich Rick aims handed the KGB information betraying every Soviet double agent working for the CIA. He stole more classified information than any other double agent in history and made enormous sums of money doing it last week. We followed Rick as he transformed from. UNIMPRESSIVE CIA man stock in the middle ranks of the agency to the KGB's most valuable asset. This week will learn about the slow downfall of Rick's mission the convoluted CIA and FBI investigations. That quietly Aniston and the permanent impact Rick Ames case had on the role and power of the C. I. A. At podcast. We are grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at Park Network. And if you enjoyed today's Today's episode the best way to help is to leave a five star review wherever you are listening it really does help. We also now have merchandise head into podcast dot com slash merch for more information.
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"Official members or organisations seemed to succeed that of the original for all intents and purposes the aluminum were dead well there you have the history of the bavarian alumina already not quite which were expecting wasn't carter not in the slightest who knew that tiny club born out of the freemasons in germany would grow into a pop cultural staple over some three hundred years and they think we haven't even touched on the conspiracy theories yet mino on ex time will dive into how despite being dissolved the illuminates continue to influence the world serving as inspiration for modern conspiracy theories will also continue to look at how the methology of the illuminates continue to grow until they became the default go to villains for conspiracy theorists and of course we'll talk about some of the most popular conspiracy theories related to the illuminating how they've been pulling the strings behind major world events who the modern day liu minority members are hands they're association to thirteen specific bloodlines finely how they seek to control us all through the new world order conspiracy it'll be a lot to cover but a lot of fun sell buckle up and get you ten foil hats ready until then i'm molly brandenburg and i'm carter roy thanks for tuning in to conspiracy theories if you wanna hear more conspiracy theories you can find us on apple podcast tune in google play stitcher spotify or your favorite podcast directory if you like what you're here leave a fivestar review seems simple but it really helps our show tell us your favorite conspiracy theories on facebook and instagram at par cast and on twitter at park network fan remember the truth isn't always the best story and the official story isn't always the truth.
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