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Fresh update on "performing arts center" discussed on KROQ Programming

KROQ Programming

00:40 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "performing arts center" discussed on KROQ Programming

"Do you want me to start? And so he said, Well, you have to audition, so I auditioned. I got the weekend job. I did utility weekend work for two years. My predecessor left, I was bumped up to the main job and I've been there. 39 years was awesome. But it was about our evening newscasts were very similar to the morning news cash Now it was a real concentration of personality. That's what made you stand out amongst the other stations. Now because there's so many stations doing news, whether simultaneously it's more competitive. It's the shortening American attention span. So my type of broadcast has been outdated. Shall we say, days? Why did you decide to stop now? It was time I had always promised myself. You know, I've been doing this television 1972. Go, go, go all the time Headlines here. Deadlines there and you know when pandemic hit Well, remember, the governor said anybody over 65 should stay home. I had to convince my doctor himself. Me, too. I explained to her what I would be covering of recovering the Kobe updates every day, going to the same place. Try to stay as isolated as I could, and it got very wearing. I mean, it was tough. It was a difficult assignment. I felt myself just needing a break, and I've always been the kind of guy that said, because I've seen so many people in this business last a long time and maybe stay too long. I just did not want to stay too long at the dance. I figured one year get out a little, Maybe one year sooner than you really want to. Rather than stay one year too late. The timing was perfect. Everything was perfect. I know. Feel like I'm leaving the big story right in the middle of it, But I hope people understand. I'm relaxed. I slept in today for the first time since I don't know when I feel very, very relieved. Very satisfied. It was just time. Everything fits perfectly. And I can't think our management CBS enough on. Good Lord. He's looking out of me. Sometimes I think he has me mixed up with somebody else. Yeah. So Fritz was talking and Fritz will bring you back in here in a second. But about some of things have changed over the years, Dave, the biggest things that have changed or the biggest learning curve for you over 40 years. I mean, you think How much changed over that time? The technology? I mean, when I started, it was filmed. You know, you had a two man crew. You had to make sure you didn't shoot too much film because you had to go to the film house and have it developed and then waiting to go to the station and then edited together on the air. Now it's instantaneous. I mean, reporters carry their own camera there on little cellphones. And what have you I was never appeared to be in the 21st century. In this business. I am not computer savvy. I'm not text, Allie. I loved Don Hewitt great line, and I was repeated. I may 20th century man that was dragged into the 21st century. And, you know, it was just like I said, the business is changing what they expect Technology wise and what they want you to do. More of like I said, it was just time. I feel like like I have left at the right moment. But yes, anybody was coming into this business now had better be a tech savvy and know. How do you know how computer works and I Cellphone works and you can bounce a signal probably off the top of your car and do a live shot, You know, brush your teeth and come in here and take a shower with Fritz. I think we'll all agree that the industry is changing greatly. You optimistic or pessimistic about its future? I'm optimistic about it. Because first of all, say today's hey, worked much harder than I did. Will you go out in the street? Your subject, not only to the elements, but your subject. And Charles, You know this having a correspondent you are subject to the mood and whims of people. We are in a really odd place in America. Right now. We're in such a tribal time that people have got really brazen on how they treat reporters out on the street and they'll drive by a live shot. You're liable to hear anything and you're liable to get threatened with any sort of behavior, and it's a tense time for reporters, doing their work in the field we had and I know it. It's CBS too. And Tecau. They've had the same thing, some really threatening circumstances with people that have an ax to grind and come up and get physical with a reporter get physical with the equipment. It's a really weird, weird time. Now. I again I never had to deal with that. But I mean, I'm in the studio with my maps and my hair spray that Z. What was the question again? I'm sorry for you and Dave. First makes a good point. And it is different. I mean, it is a much much difficult situation and I covered my share of riots and uprisings. And believe me, I have never really felt more uneasy when I was out on the street recently. Then now, I mean Fritz is 100% accurate where people seem to have Ah, different view on what they could do what they say. And it's tough. I mean, it's it's almost becoming. Call it common Now where you go into a situation that's difficult that you have a bodyguard. You know, we said we were Ok'ing going into this that that often when people retire, they say we're gonna hang out at the beach. Of course you can't now because of the pandemic, Fritz. I guess we kind of know what you're doing. What your future is you wanted, I guess continued to use, um, stand up like a standup. I hope stand up returns to normal. I'm telling you, you're talking about optimism and pessimism. I don't have a good feeling that people are going to be comfortable, particularly in small animal clubs in the small, intimate comedy clubs and their best places to work. But I was going to be comfortable in those, sir. Plus, even if they opened up his performance venues, and they're smaller and they insist on social distancing. If you have a club, it only has 125 person capacity and you can only have 50 people are less in there. That's barely enough people for you to be able to afford TTO open up the room. The larger venues will do OK like the 1000 Oaks Performing Arts Center of the Ahmanson where you have 2000 people in there. If you can put 1000 people in the seats, you're still going to make a bit of a prophet, but I think the smaller venue Here's your going to have a really difficult time. I hope it returns..

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Lincoln Center artistic director leaving during shutdown

WBZ Afternoon News

00:35 sec | Last month

Lincoln Center artistic director leaving during shutdown

"New York City's Lincoln center is losing its artistic director Jane moss is leaving in August after twenty seven years that as a performing arts center has been shut since the middle of March over the corona virus pandemic Lincoln center includes the Metropolitan Opera New York City ballet and jazz at Lincoln center it has lost tens of millions of dollars mas heads up everything from Lincoln center's great performance series two American songbook to midsummer night swing programming has been canceled through August and the fall season is in peril Maas said she had been thinking about leaving before the

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"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Guys and it's incredible what you do and we're we're embarrassed for you that you have to be in the same category as well so. I bet when they do live shows. It's so quiet but I think this is so amazing. It's so greasy. Listen this podcast. Two years ago because Georgian. I had one really long great conversation about true crime that we enjoyed ourselves and Georgia was like what happens in her apartment. Believe it was nine hundred degrees and cure years. Later we're fucking here with highs in Atlanta so we just want to say how grateful we are for your support. How amazing we think you are for the community that you're building your cells all murdering Os and the way you guys are joining up and helping each other out and connecting and making friends. Yeah is so beautiful to us an amazing just like we're just fucking around and you guys are doing some amazing work so we're honored to be a part of it and say thank you guys. So Am I. It's very very cool. Thank you thank you. Thank you stay sexy.

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"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

11:53 min | 3 months ago

"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Order for murder Yes yes. I'll have a side of murder. Would you like some murder? Sprinkle a little whatever you could. I have my murder on the side. Hold the murder we could do this for and it would be equally bad. Actually get to a good one like fifteen more. So she's arrested a for order on the grill no no. You're you're only clapping. They yelled at. Did you notice satellite cutting up the Bodleian? Check your entire except that. I don't love you. I'm just going to make sure. He just kind of Germaphobe. Okay but she's only indicted for the trial for the murder of Marcia her daughter but the arraignment allowed that prosecution could could bring in evidence related to the other three us as evidence of her like system and what she did so even though she wasn't getting tried for those hadn't been convicted for those feel like that wouldn't fly today. Bucket this check it turns out. She is reading a quote from the judge the different time the newspapers go out of their fucking because of the glamorous platinum haired widow. What's this especially when okay? So when police through the her house they discover quote Fu Paraphernalia including Kendall's written spells potions powders and routes like I dunno routes you mean the grey roots. So she's into some fucking wicked shit and her trial starts in October. Nineteen fifty-eight her defense is that she tries to blame it on Tries initially to blame the murder of two her two husbands on her mother-in-law the says she did it. Mother-in-law kills her husband her her own sign and then our other husband. Yeah and then the made they made was like this is not the main. Yeah so basically a her that was bondage it so the jury takes an hour to declare her guilty recommends against mercy. She sentenced to die in the electric chair for the murder of her daughter. I think that's fair. But she's eventually to the state execution because they were like well we can't we can't kill a white woman. We can't put a white woman to death so that but they did start planning her funeral and so she would have been the first white woman executed in Georgia's history. She wasn't a sanity that's not sanitary that Sanity Commission examines and they decided that she schizophrenic. So she couldn't be executed. I feel like they were just like really. Don't want to do this so she's transferred to the Central State Hospital so she's there for the next eighteen years. She becomes a well known to other inmates for telling fortunes with playing cards and she dies of a heart attack in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven fifty two years old but they can bury her in the in the same plot were her daughter and husband. Yeah so let's go graffiti that great. Hey this is comedy fictional podcast where no suggestions are real. Even tell you they're cut you. Send a message to the world and that is murderous and jet Donovan loud great hair. She did not give a single fuck. Do we have time the bad way. No she was a terrible person To a time can hit myself in the face. Okay before we even before we stand up because Mr Hansen. We some crucial rules that I need to lay down there for your own. Good to remember that if you come to tell your hometown everyone else down. Aunts who didn't get picked is going to hate you. This is crucial. So you better be good really good. You have to know the names. Don't be nervous you. You can't be nervous. Can't be drunk. Well you can be buzz. You have to be able to follow your own story. What are the other ones made local? That's Georgia somewhere around in and around. Yes easy it's no big deal at all natural. I remember. Were GonNa do it or are you going to do it? I got you gotTA turn everybody at Gina Gina. You've got this really quick short. We're just mass. You a couple questions. Where are you from? I am from South Carolina but I live in Atlanta now transplant. It happens all the time what do you. What do you teach reading specialists? So I'm not really a teacher anymore but I see so. Do you like dyslexia. You help kids how to do. It is specialized. Yeah that's how you make that money back. Good Education on morning. Do you have a second job? Just teaching given the act on Saturdays. Okay tutoring kids go dedicated. I love it. I'm just say as my sister is a teacher. These are such teacher earrings. Explain it has. There's a pink cap. No Bright Pink earrings to match the pink cat knows. That's right pink lipstick on earlier was what's your last name page page of book. You tell your story so I went to a small college not the one on one of Virginia. I'm sorry but I went to college in Virginia called Randolph. Macon and college in Virginia called Randolph. Macon and and the seventies there was in the seventies. There were still curfews. And when one night at curfew. Someone's remade didn't come back. And so they were like okay. What's going on like who? Is Everybody. Find out where your roommate's been so this one girl finds out where roommate's been nobody can find her everybody's searching and they find her body on the wailer in the back building. I'm sorry there's a science building and they find her body on a boiler in the boiler room Ooh so that again Agean opened up and dinners so really quick you got kinds of yes yes so they like shut down the campus and it turns out that this woman she was. Also the Helman's mayonnaise heiress just as an aside tried her name. I like tried to Google. Herning 'cause I was like Oh shit. What is her name Maureen Helmet? Obviously Mattie Manny's out so apparently she had been we are always surrounded by a red brick wall as she walked out the red brick wall and she was it was the seventy s so she was wearing clogs she's like she's like clump comp comp down to was a restaurant that now but it was the post office. Says she's like com-combined down there and apparently the sound of is driving someone crazy and this guy who had just ended a missile into mental institution and killed her her body on the boilers and the way they found. It is when they had to be like. Who's running mate isn't here. Wow we make wasn't. There was the girl whose remit was my first year arena. Her mom went there at the time and they said that they heard a really loud screen but they were just like. Oh it's just people around whatever no women's league they catch the guy and he's okay. Yeah and it was just a one off because he was mad at clog yeah. He's just really that fashion. He'll be really mad right now. Yes there so they are back comfortable so I wear them all time to dance. Goes right up top my God. That's how it's done. That's I would yes I do. I do my best friend Kendall. Not here okay. Why she's the one who told me about you guys. Oh Candle. And so that's why here said wordings and none of those here ever gonNA eat mayonnaise. I'm going to start. Checking into hotels is the Helman's mayonnaise heiress might WanNa bump me up to the well. Oh we have special guests here tonight. Oh Yeah Atlanta have you seen. Did you know you guys are really into true? Crime podcast in a way in a way that makes us look really bad because you actually do research. They're real. It's fucking good. It's important topics so we want to give a shout out. I'm not sure where they're sitting but We we Laura and brook from the foul line. Here we stand up. Stand up stand lights on. We can say hi to these guys. The right back on the amazing podcast. You guys are incredible and also fucking pay. Lindsay is here. Remember where Sanderling so fucking cool so we really respect you.

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"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

10:34 min | 3 months ago

"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Kind of into some weird magic he like me thinks maybe. I love her. Draw season I forgot to get a story the head murder in it now. Screening me descriptive practical magic. Just like Oh that's weird. And what she looks exactly like Sandra Bullock okay. So she's so so she would make her friends and relatives come with her to Fortune tellers at fairs and would often her staff said that she would be in the back of the restaurant lighting colored candles and whispering to them when she thought no one was around. Imagine walking and candle isn't a lot of people do in church though. What's The fucking problem? Sorry just make those candles and that's Catholic Church. We have a photo van jets other Catholic Church restaurant. There's another photo restaurant we can. Just hang out. We'll see you SAM. But they're just accessing the file. Here you look at it is cute. I do love hanging out in diners. I mean like it would be super fun to own a diner. Yeah I do too in October. Nineteen fifty five buddy. Her husband her new husband goes in the hospital for a minor operation on his wrist and when he returns home he developed a rash and fever. Fever gets worse. Rash spreads Oliver's body. He's back in the hospital doctors again. Donna what the Fuck is wrong with him? We all know what the fuck is wrong with. Him Whisper candles. He's dying of whisper candles. You fucking dies. On December second leaving an jet a widow again down doctors Wanted to do an autopsy but Angie refuses to grant permission saying that but he would know on in one fair enough I wouldn't either. It's against my whispering. Religion within a few months she legally changed her name back to Lyles and started dating another pilot and had collected buddies pretty hefty life insurance policy. That paid out when it paid out. She bought a house for herself and her daughters and a fancy new car. And of course everyone and making it was like. Oh something's up with this crazy chick. They all whispered tons of whispering making barely she didn't care which is like good for her past. Don't care right that's right so then so Julia lyles. The mother-in-law moves into the house as well to take care of the dog. The daughters well jets at work but they'll two women didn't really like each other that much you know God. Nineteen fifty seven. Julia Becomes L. Let's see okay. But then she vomiting blood hospitalized and jet those a frequent visitor. Everyone like praises her because she just like takes with her at the hospital. Time brings her food from the restaurant. All this just vats of rat poison waste melted cheese then. Julia died on September. Twenty Ninth Nineteen fifty seven fucking. That's three people three shortly after Julius death and jet is like oh by the way. Here's the Julia's well. Oh that she had always refused to make and I convinced her to have to do on here does and I keep it in my low guard and pull it all so it left a third of her estate to her her daughter. Julius daughter other son but and then a third and jet and the rain raining granddaughters. So that's like two thirds to to n jet. Let's add that mouth up right now and another third ten me so friends okay. Here's the way it gets a bummer. And you'll hate her. Okay so a friend start noticing. That jet is being aggressive towards her nine year. Old Daughter Marcia at sears I was wondering because I was like are there. Are there these black widow women who are like weird poisoners who can raise children you normally nope but then kill adults does? It didn't seem to track. But that's what I was hoping for in my mind. Don't okay sorry to let you down. I'm GonNa let go of that idea. She called her daughter. Marcia lyles looking son of a bitch her own in front of people lyles looking like you look like your father. I know I know so marceca fifty eight Marshall become sick with a cough and complained of a headache and jet gives her the traditional country remedy for fussy child. Which sounds a spoonful of sugar with whiskey poured over which is like. Oh everyone here is like my mom wasn't a bad person. Wish my mom and giving me that. No but it's still but it makes marsha vomit and a few days later. She is hospitalized. End Jet brought her fruit drinks tea but they only seem to make her worse and it was around. Now that people are getting very suspicious of jet lyles or in okay after three after a couple of weeks jet while her daughter is in the hospital begins making funeral rates sister while she's still alive. Yes somebody should flagged that one. She's horrible and she liked takes flowers from the room and is like Oh. We'll use these for the funeral. No no okay. Is there like a gate check at a funeral home? Where they're like so they'll have the body shipped over tomorrow. No no no now dead yet but still. I like the silver casket. Yeah did they not call to police on that or did they know and also she didn't know to not say it? I don't know she gotten away with it three other. It's really horrible grease year old. Marsha dies on the fifth of April. I now she's autopsy though and the coroner couldn't find any obvious signs for her kidneys failing but a few days later. Here's an anonymous letter which later turns out to be from someone who worked at the restaurant and she had been speaking to an jets so she said she had smoked. This person who worked the restaurant and spoke to endroits made and made us like. Gosh we keep running out of ant poison just over coffee running out of saying that. It was to deal with an infestation at the restaurant but the employees like. There's no fucking shut down for that. Yeah well not them probably right. That was back when it was supported. It's like every restaurant has a couple of rats and it's good for you. It's protein blood of that kind of stuff. The corner sends a bottle of poison along with samples of Marshes Harran kidneys to the state lab investigation in and gives an jet black jingle on the phone or is it like this speckman earn it. Yeah I think we're in the fifty s aren't we? We're doing this rotary. It's this could be on the wall like this. Yeah big and you have it like that. And you're mixing something like this. It's rat poison the long court. You can go all the way into the back bedroom. That's true in my day. Due to the corner tells jet that he's worried that Marsha might have accidentally drunk poison and inject comes to see him. I'm sure she felt ends up with a bottle of ant poison and her younger daughter. Carla Their Carla tells the doctor a story about Marsha and her playing doctor and then she she says that she had given a her sister had her poisoning so she made a fucking daughter. Tell this story about how she fed it to her. It was her fault. Yeah so then. Okay at this point Julia Buddy and Ben all are exempt. Because they're like and all three are autopsied and showed to contain and show signs of arsenic as does marshes autopsy. A month after Marsh's death and jet is thirty two now is arrested and arraigned on four counts of murder. So let's take a look at her. I think we have enough the courthouse thirty two. She's thirty to get like WHOA. I L those eyebrows girl. That's a hard thirty. Two Damn look listen again with the hair. I Have A and I know this is wrong to say but I'm feeling a renewed confidence I'm not kidding. I wear that dress tomorrow night. I swear to is that what happens when you handle arsenic too much when you when you have a murderous heart girl in the heart of Georgia. Oh man the names of like the city confidential and like the articles that like they like you know murder is served that all has to do with the restaurant or whatever you know what I mean like. It's just all ridiculous takeout murder. That's really ridiculous. It's lovely take. Oh mercy you can I place an.

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"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

05:08 min | 3 months ago

"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Goes to work at the family restaurant and she turns out to have a real talent in the business. Clientele Lover 'cause she's Super Social and fun. Everyone adores her. They have Two Daughters Marcia born nineteen forty eight Carlo. Born nineteen fifty one so it turns out so professional life. Going Awesome fucking loves working at this diner. Oem Photo of her community the first photo of and jet now. That's your also died in the lake. Time sorry Oh I forget we get stuck into the sorry. Let's see next one is of Hannah? True love so it's GonNa be sad. Okay we'RE GONNA go back for a minute. Oh Cutie Okay. Then the next one is of a murderous woman initiate. Hey hey eyebrows. Good eyebrows for the nineties. Okay look at that fucking hair. That's a strong lip. That's a strong lip. Okay wait. She's bad okay. Okay okay all right but I do though so homeless. Not Going Great Ben. I'd had a hard time in the war. He had a throat. He had picked up a throat infection. That turned into rheumatic fever. As it did back then it was just like a little thing. You're dying dying dying so left him. Unable to work he was in a lot of pain. He had veteran's pension but he also was really irritable and drank a lot and he gambled so He got so many dots that he decided sell the family restaurant in nineteen fifty one out of fucking the blue like didn't tell anyone including jet sold it for two hundred twenty five hundred dollars thousand five hundred dollars not a lot. I know this shit. She's along her side so she's fucking pissed off. They argue all the time and so in December of nineteen fifty one he ben get Super Fucking L. The doctors don't know what's wrong with him. They can't figure it out. It wasn't the romantic fever and they weren't sure what's wrong with him. He had nosebleeds and convulsions he had to be hospitalized. He goes into a coma. The doctors think it's encephalitis but it's too late for any treatment. He dies on January one thousand nine hundred January twentieth nineteen fifty one. He's out of the picture. That's how you ever said that before in my lifetime. Don't end the word picture. God He's out of the pick. Yes so with Benzathine jet. She's forced to move out of her house that they lived in back home with her parents with her two daughters. She gets a job working at a new restaurant. She stuck in works her ass off for years and save every penny finally in April one thousand nine hundred five. She has enough money to buy back. Land Restaurant Wow. It's not French. Don't know I said that either diner. But she's like fuck the shit on changing the name to an jets. That's right so far. We like her right sheep. Okay so you know how you sold it for twenty five hundred dollars. She bought it for twelve thousand dollars so she changes the name to end jets and quickly becomes one of the most popular lunch spots in making. The food is typical. Southern Fair at people love her friendliness outgoing personality. And let's see here okay. So she's she would a- said that she was an headstrong woman who would stretch the boundaries of acceptable behavior in the small southern town. Yes she mentioned like pull her skirt up slightly. She drove flashy cars dressed in the newest styles and she was flirtatious. So and was rumored to be hooking up with dudes in the community. But there's no evidence of that so soon her restaurants fucking jumping. She hires her mother-in-law. Ben's mom to Julia to work in the restaurant with her and there's an airport nearby and so it becomes really. The restaurant becomes popular with pilots and she meets one of them named Joe Gabbert. Everyone Calls Him Buddy. They hit it off. They start dating and in June of Nineteen fifty five they on holiday and then they come back and they're like guess what we got married. Got Another husband good for her. Yes she loves marriage. Hernia marriage seems super happy. And the muck up up lots of gossip and then everyone is also like. She's.

"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

05:01 min | 3 months ago

"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

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"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

10:20 min | 3 months ago

"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Simpson. He's just fishing day and the body just rises to the top of the long. That's not cool not cool. So it was at the body of a young woman and she was missing to toews from the left foot and both hands. It was never ascertained why the body was missing hands or toes or what the cause of death was and there was no way to identify her so she was buried in an unmarked grave in the cemetery and was not the fucking catfish probably was the couch. She's on your side but sheldon ever. Let immense certainly don't want you telling me and my own bucking story that somebody else's the body of Susie Roberts and her car are missing despite repeated searches until November of one thousand. Nine hundred nine watts. Yes and they're expanding linear bridge and the construction crews were dredging the bottom of the lake so they could put in the pillars for the bridge and they uncover rusted hulk of a nineteen fifty. Four Ford inside are the remains of a human body. He's on my other. Oh man like not favorite. You know what I mean. It's we use that word very loosely on this podcast I love those stories so actually a break. My heart like his. It was gone for years and years. Long Yeah Okay. Go on so. The body was decomposed to the point of being unidentifiable. But they were belongings a purse rings and a watch. So conclusively proven to be Suzy Roberts. So in the light of this discovery They realize the other body must have been Delia Parker young and they end up. Bearing them side by side. And changing our headstones so it's not unidentified so these deaths are what spawned the biggest legend of Lake Lanier The Lady of the lake. So people say that they have seen ghostly young woman dressed in a blue dress missing her hand walking up and down the length of linear. Bridge Can you imagine you're just driving along? Yeah playing Tom. Petty American Girl S. That's how the scene always starts Shouldn't Walk Holy Shih see through. She threw the ghosts. Wears a blue dress. Delia Park young was wearing a blue dress the night that she disappeared. No and the and the wandering lady has no hands. This one's creepy and worse. Because it's real that's over. Put it out of your mind now. We're doing this please. Please keep up balcony. They're here okay. So this is a story of the death of Kelly Nash. So on January fifth twenty. Fifteen just happened twenty-five-year-old Buford Man Kelly. Nash went missing from his home. He'd woken up in the middle of the night like at four in the morning. He said to his girlfriend. I feel really sick. I think I have to go to the doctor. Then they both went back to sleep and when his girlfriend woke up at seven thirty in the morning Kelly wasn't there and he hadn't taken his wallet his ID or his keys so when he hadn't come back that by that night his girlfriend called the police and it's just they discovered that a nine millimeter pistol was missing from the House but nothing else was out of place and nothing else was missing and there was a massive search launched and Friends family the police cadaver dogs. They searched everywhere. There was a fifty thousand dollar reward for him. There was no trace of his whereabouts anywhere and then a month later. His decomposed body was found by a fisherman. Please don't let it be Simpson. The sheet is damn it Juliet. He had finally gone back out on the lake after forty years of like a can't it's okay. This is what super creepy. Though Kelly was found wearing his pajama pants and the t shirt that he wore to bed that night and he had a single gunshot wound in his head but there was no other trauma on the body. No sign of any kind of fight or anything at all and the crime was never solved and it no one could figure out why he would get up in the middle of the night how he ended up there whether it was suicide or if it was foul play scary. Yup and then this is the last one and it is another unsolved case. And it's Hannah true love's murder so that's the way the hackel is to apologize immediately after seal. Sorry we'll talk about it later. In August or twenty twelve a man walking through the woods near linearly club apartments found the body of sixteen year. Old Hannah. True Love was stabbed to death only hundreds of yards from her home. Her mother reported her missing before when she didn't come back from her friend's house and the police interviewed everybody. Her friends everybody that lived in the apartment complex and no one had seen anything. The only that they got was there. There was a man in a silver four door car that had been seen around the apartment complex around the time that handed disappeared and in the days before her death she had been tweeting things. She tweeted that she thought she had a stalker. She tweeted that she had to get out of this apartment complex and then she tweeted so scared. The police say that when they looked into those tweets asked her friends and family about them. They say that it turned out to just be T- teenage drama stuff. Ha I mean not that. I the policeman in this article that I read there was a couple who so dedicated so dedicated to finding out. Who Killed Her? He keeps a playstation on his desk. Because that was the way that she communicated when I read that at the first of course reaction is like no what is not fucking drama. And if somebody tweets that they think they have a stocker. There's a reason for that but also to give people the benefit out if they're professionals and they look into something hopefully but her father said that she made no mention of being under duress and didn't seem any different in the days before her death but she lived with her mother. Those at that apartment complex so maybe he didn't know her day to day as well so the case is still open. The fifth anniversary of her murder the police Which was last year last summer. August The police once again renewed the search told everybody please because they were saying enough time has passed now. Where people who may have been covering for someone at the time or new something that they thought they couldn't say they have a falling out with that person. There's all these things like if if you know anything at all there's reward and they want any information that they can So they're still looking for it and they especially want to know if anyone knows anything about the man in the silver four door car guards carry and that is the curse and the scariness of Lake Lanier. My God. We're never going there. Sorry I booked a trip. We're seeing an AIRBNB it's underwater. It's quite as fun. Wow that's terrifying. Crazy are haunted and ate it. Okay also wear a life jacket when you go boating. It's Nerdy but Jesus Christ. I read so many terrible deaths in children. And you know it's like it's like drunk people and families fucking every but Hawaii urging in the worst way. No stay home everyone again. I have to tell people to stop doing outdoor activities this indoor indoor the bed I say this place you can be oh. My God tidal wave. Mary Fun okay. We all of escaping reality and right now we all need it more than ever good thing. 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"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

10:48 min | 3 months ago

"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Only the cemetery. They claim to of move the bodies guys. They only hasn't been an underwater ghost town around. You just realized that I've been saying twenty five years and it's rare. It's a short amount of time for the haunted minor to be referring to something. I gotTa kill that character off. Please never okay. So here's why people here's why there's a lot of legend and a lot of storytelling around this lake. Because there are people who have almost drowned in the lake who talk about having felts unseen hands pulling them down under the water locals talk of boats capsizing for no reason rogue waves kicking up out of nowhere. I'm trying to give you the cessation of the vote. I'm the rogue wave. No I've never seen here and wash our hands before. I'm a walker not a Washer. Okay rogue waves waves kicking up out of nowhere strong swimmers drowning who were close to shore in calm conditions like it. They don't talk about sobriety to be that way about it. But there's an element often. There's a couple of elements left out of ghostly stories. Yeah for fun. There is actually a really good somebody to there's an anecdote on one of these articles about a guy saying that he was hitting on the lake fishing and he was watching a duck. That was just kind of floating by him swimming. And all the sudden the duck went under water. He didn't stick his head underwater. The Way Duck stewed like. Oh there's the thing I'm GonNa go dive under. He got pulled underwater and never came back. Dr Counting that's the most haunted done in the state of Georgia so near the Buford dam the water. Let's give the viewer Danny Naveh Trysofi. I'm assuming I read one two articles. The beaver dam. The water is over two hundred feet deep the person. I think I'll tell you it. Was Dan Brown. Who was writing for the Gwinnett citizen? He made Brunette. What if there was like seven more options of what that pronunciation we? I got a second well so he said to make just to make that clear. It's that's as deep as the statue of Liberty is tall right book. I didn't realize too many. Does it ever scare you the idea of like swimming in a really deep place? Yes some reason. Even though it's like you know what I mean. We'll in growing up. We went to a place called Blue Lake in California and up in Lake County where learned on my lake lessons And it comparatively tiny lake is really small and we used to from like the cabin that we rant. We'd swim down to a place called the narrows which was the bar. The only thing there was a bar at the end of the lake but that was like a crazy swimmer. Like someone wrote next to you and you just see how long you could swim. Basically sounds show but right now you can only play clue so many times before you're like okay. Let's swim the entire Lake but a couple of times while I was swimming doing that? You just get this weird feeling right okay. So now that's like when I was a teenager. Now cut you when I first moved to. La is reading a book called Mysterious California Self published and so they list all the places that are like weird or haunted and California and as I'm reading flipped to its as Blue Lake California. Like what the fuck okay they. It has a loch ness monster in it that the entire town was they were down. Where the narrows bar is the entire town which was like seventy five people were there for Fourth of July and they had put fireworks out onto like a little like a float and had it a little bit offshore and as they were there watching the fireworks go off as serpent brought its head up and looked at everyone on the shore and swam away. Went like this double a. Ruina they're like keep it down by serpent. Kids are sleeping. But they said there's parts of Blue Lake that can't be measured and that's where I got my theory of underground lakes connecting and holding Zora. Hyun Oh this thing that that I believe. He wrote my thesis a couple years ago. About how all lakes are connected underground and hold dinosaur. So what if it's not true? I also like to remind you this might be a couple of people. Masada her going insane because there was movie in One Thousand Nine hundred nine starring Annette Benning and Robert. Downey junior called in dreams. Remember it and it was about a net benning was psychic and she was psychically connecting to a serial killer and also having visions of the sunken underground town and it was because the it did things were happening. Sunk in underground town. God I I saw it in one thousand nine hundred nine. I was on a lot of drugs but I highly recommend it so bad I think also union was also on drugs at the time right. Check IT OUT. Sorry. I should've taken that part off of this page. It's unnecessary one thing. That is down there for real though. Can WE SKIP TO THE NEXT ONE. Is The looper speedway. So there's an entire race track. That was very popular here in the you know forty S. I guess and it's completely submerged but there was a really bad drought in twenty two thousand seven I think. And the water came down and exposed the fucking looper speedway. Isn't that crazy And you know all your favorites used to race on the bloopers Eddie Samples Chester Baron Cornelia and is my favorite gober sauce. Abi Gobert or Goober. There's not too does googlers better but it's spelled Gobert socity no matter what right that's golden and there's also a racer named a woman named Sarah Christian who actually used to win at that right. That's that's a fun feminist moment there also are enormous catfish in this lake. Okay now most lakes have stories like we ended the biggest gap finished. Everyone's freaking out. Here's the story for Lake Winter. There's a chicken truck chuck a truck. That's delivering live chickens. It goes off the road and into the lake. I know and when the divers go down to see if there's any survivors or check out the wreckage or whatever they see the story goes that they see catfish. The size of twelve year old boys in a feeding frenzy swallowing chickens. Those poor chickens are like where does your feed baby shit man. I love that there was also kind of a similar story of divers that had had to go down and inspect the dam and they when they got down there they saw catfish the size of Volkswagen's what they said. What and both of those stories ended in the diver. Who was telling the story going and I said I would never go into that lake again. Or I'm like this is the same story with different nouns but still page nine. Okay so one of the big legends and ghost stories about Lake. Lanier is the Lady of the lake so in and this is this. I'm just reading you from mysterious universe. Because he did it he did it right. So in April of Nineteen fifty-eight a young woman. Who WORKED AT RIVERSIDE MILITARY ACADEMY? Her name was Delia Parker young and she and her friends. Susie Roberts are going to go out on the town in Suzy's nineteen fifty four and They never come back so when they investigate it. They discover that they Dalliances he has had visited a gas station that night and left without paying Ladies I mean it's just a thing girls love to do. The only clue about where they were was skid marks across the road that seemed to suggest that the car had skidded off linear bridge and into the lake below. But the divers sewer brought in to search for them. Couldn't find the car because it's bad visibility water's murky and there's tons and tons of shared off trees that are on the bottom of lake. Okay vish and the CATFISH YAHOO STAND GUARD OVER. Anything that falls into the lake caught it and they hide it with their arm like this. I haven't seen any probably maybe over there but the chicken bones so for eighteen months they couldn't find the women or the car in the lake and then a fisherman named Ca.

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"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

01:37 min | 3 months ago

"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Just love it. May We're into Spanish it was. There's there's a Mayan temple down there. George I didn't know you guys are so progressive. I mean this is the feeling you get right in there as I had it on my document for so long and I was like gotTa have to figure out what that fucking building is and I would look it up and there'd be I would like click on the picture to like bring you to the website and then it'd be like sunken things from around the world. No I think it might be Mexico. I'm not sure so but anyhow but picture. That is a big Red Barn K. Right it's more like that. It was all farms. Yeah Yeah it was. They had to move two hundred fifty families. They had to move fifteen visit businesses and they were all evacuated but they left everything there so they didn't document it and then like now. Let's tear all these things down. So they say if you were able to walk along the lake bottom and not. I don't think it's clear but you would basically be walking through ghost towns dream dream dream of life. They didn't move the houses they didn't move any of the buildings Saul intact. They didn't move the twenty cemetery.

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"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

11:31 min | 3 months ago

"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

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We try to figure it out. We try to figure out what we should base it on our experience. If it's you're listening experience none of it tracks like none of it adds up what we always yell at Stephen About it. It's always Stevens and Stevens like I don't know I don't know the answer. Change the Falcon rules every day. I'm trying to read twenty thousand emails and these cats are not going to instagram themselves. I like those instruments stories. It's always there's always stephen he's always saying someone weird little thing in the background. You know what I mean this cat. Just sit there like lick its own hand and then you hear like the. What does that a hand? I'm a cat here's my head. I just talked into bottle of water. You know what I expected it to work. I really sold it excretes. Shit we should run our headset mic. So I wonder if those are wireless like if he bought us to come. We could actually using concert. I don't think he did and can we tell you something. He hasn't set them up yet. I don't think they work. They're not real real candidate. Think he bought them. We open them. We Love Them. We gave them to him any return. Them Oh my God yes there. Is someone here? That didn't WanNa come tonight but came. Anyway who has no clue hates our guts? What's happening? Why anyone gives us Stephen you there. Why are they so mean to him? I mean you're being mean and you're just yelling Stephen. That's not a show steven you hired a cat to your other cats. This cat that he can open a bag of cat food. He can pour it. It's like when you eat when we were like nine and we got hired to Babysit of baby. Yes because that's what happened in the eighties. So anyway that half mile down to the Rutherford House. Yeah and take care of an infant infant. We're going to go drink for nine. Our Christmas yeah. Sh someone's real bossy down in the middle. Well okay so in looking up these stories and Stephen did send me of course like twenty insane choices whereas like ooh oh every single thing I looked at and then out of the blue my sister emailed me no message no even message in the subject line of the email it was just this link and then I clicked it open and it was this article and it was an article from mysterious universe. Yes that's a good one. Yeah so I was like this the shit and it turned out most of the information. I'm about to read. You is from this article for mysterious universe written by Bret Swanson her And it is about the curse of Lake. Lanier is the curse mcmansions. Yes it's the. It's the curse of living in a gorgeous were just lakeside community. Golf course is the golf course haunted. Yeah it's when you are cursed of cursive LAKE LINEAR. You have to golf ninety years straight back. Yeah he's Golfing Golf Golf and go. It's so crazy castle Stevens like I spent bucking three hours finding murders for you and you didn't use right and my sister cuts the line and is like do this. I was like okay because she's my older sister and I'm forced to do everything says Rs. Right so I don't have to tell you guys but I do have to tell the girl from California. Just forty five minutes north. I forgot tissue. Does anyone have a tissue for Georgia? Hopefully in the front God your an angel. I forgot my take both. I'll take both thank you guys so much. I just have to say that literally. Seven hands went up in the air. Listen I'm working on it. Okay it's just it's a hard. You're not alone I know. Oh God okay okay. I guess I have to start again. Sorry forty five minutes north. I'm here with you of had LANTA K. Is the jewel of North Georgia? Is that true? It said that on a website. Everyone not from there is like fucked. If you believe that coors light Kansas jewels right girl. I Know Lake Life. I know that Lake Life. You got to be filled the brim with cores light. Get out on your pontoon boat. Do your thing. It's thirty eight thousand acres of water for boating for swimming. Someone wrote drinking water. Makes it sound like you're go there to just be like? Oh Shit and then you go home. Yeah it's drinking water. You know. No no you. Don't scoop it out right behind the guy that just swam through on his hydroelectric power coming out of their big damn got it. It's an exciting place. I don't know that much about I'm really trying to sell it as if I'm an expert and I am in the way that you are when you cut and paste things Like for instance. It has eight million visitors annually. Wow yes and it's also known to be the deadliest. Lake Georgia yes. You don't go there like it's a really easy solution now. I read so of course. There's this amazing mysterious universe article and there was lots every time I googled it. There's one article that I found so fucking funny. I believe it may have been in the Atlanta Journal Constitution but someone went up there to be like the curse of Lake Linear. And here's a woman new. Oh I thought you said something to me. It was my own voice kicking in. It's the last show. Tonight's the last show every time we do a show. We put acid in one of the bottled waters. Can you hear me talk so they interview? The reporter talks to a lady who has a houseboat on the lake. And they're talking about everything all of it and she says just because you buy a boat don't mean you get commonsense with it. Words truer words so part of the reason. It's the deadliest lake in Georgia is because it has the one that's most visited and because they make these speedboats. Now there's bugging people filled with keystone life and then there's like of course you know people trying to swim and families and all this stuff so it's like it's a very bad combination. There is also in the comment section of something. They were like they were talking about yet. It's like if you drink a six pack and then just went driving. It's that that's why the numbers are so high comparatively to other lakes but also it's not just that for this lake was not made by God now but by the will of man and so it is an unnatural lake. God as pests like I fucking told you how many lakes she could make the fucking you. Don't get to choose. I make the lace. You don't make the fuck endless. Well Georgia says yes we do because those a little little islands or actually the peaks of the foothills that used to be in that area flooded. Make this lake with our houses down there right. There are ghost underwater ghost towns at the bottom of lake. Lanier says to your. Your sinkholes are my underwater ghost town true like I just want to start crying right now and then swim through my tears to an underwater goes. Okay then maybe we can go to the next slide. Just God this is from Lake Lanier. I.

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"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

03:16 min | 3 months ago

"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

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"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

11:51 min | 3 months ago

"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Hope please let you say it goes to the sky high really. Is this open air this? It's funny I was having lunch earlier. And these girls sent me a cocktail over and I was like thank you. I'll see you tonight here. You're going to be the drunk girls in the front like no cheap. We bought tickets way up. There represents how pro per live podcast. That's a sane life up there. Listen to podcasts. While you're there gets shipped catch up. How it's it's we're in Georgia southern hospitality. God I mean this is we just got here. So this is from last night in New Orleans but okay. I'm developing a weird stage personality. And she says stuff like that. Okay girl no but we were. We got there. It was nighttime. They didn't have room service. I ordered from a restaurant called daisy. Dukes God bless it just a small pair of jeans fried and it's also like this is what you're not going to be able to wear when I saw that menu shit when there's inside orders when Chili Cheese fries is listed inside order. No you're fucking treat. You want to hire fried cod yell. Get some fucking chilli cheese right so I went down to get it and when I went back into the elevator guy walked out of the elevator with me and he was laughing and this because he was walking like pig pen in this huge cloud of weed and he gets in the elevator. Three goes smells like weed around here. Which of course made me laugh really hard. So then he saw that. I wasn't a NARC and then he did one of my favorite checkouts of all time he gets. He started from the back he goes. What's a girl face at all? He didn't give a shit he didn't care about all this work that I do. Here's what he cared about. You laugh at his. Joe Laughed at his dumbed Fucking Joke. He sees him. I was high as well and he was like I say that. But you got back there. It was called the police and I had him arrested on two counts. But how are the chilli cheese own? My God. There was a strange. Everything in New Orleans has a redshift sprinkled on. That's not for me. Do you know what I love about the south and places like this is that because we're from Los Angeles where like everything is fucking gluten free and Vegan. And you have to ask. Is this vegetarian if you don't want to vegetarian it's ask fucking eat on it. I need gluten approaching animal farm. But here you everything has me. Even if it's like like I got. She's Ensalada is at lunch covered in meat sauce. That was the best like a bull in. As on top of chilly it was like the it was like any. You could just see a girl or a guy you know either one in Los Angeles losing their shit. Yeah say on the menu that there's music didn't realize I was going to be in a room with me. This building is it's my favorite. You know what now that I think about it because I got Collard. Greens in my room. Thank you yes. I should be applauded for that. I've earned it and when it came honestly look like a side of ham was some Greens and really did get into it. So much ham hawks in there when I was when I was at lunch speaking of lunch. The lunch podcast. This is a lunch. Podcast if it's anything there was a dude we're at the bar and there is like a couple over here that sat down and like they were not they were from somewhere we're like houses are spread apart and their bar and their ranch country. Yeah okay he I mean the look on his face when the woman serving him told that they didn't have like Bud Light Miller light coors light and silent when she was like did. She wants something like he was so angry. Yes it was really amazing. That might have been my dad because I swear to. God we left restaurants if they don't have budweiser I swear to God. And then and then she was like he's like Gimme a corona and she was like okay. We have corona undrafted. We have corona extra in the bottle and he was so mad that he had to answer another fucking. She walked away. Why do I have to answer? Forty questions verviers. My favorite thing bald with mustache. They sort of my dad's here. Oh let's get into the family. Our guys families stopped talking about lunch and Dinner Branch waffle house. Oh yeah this is how la we are you go. Oh we can go there for Brunch tomorrow and I'm like I don't think they do that. This may have happened here so I'm probably telling and we probably talked on the PODCASTS. But it's my favorite story to the point. Where if you've all heard it already but there's only five people that have and I think it's worth telling. Did you hear the story about the guy that wants a waffle house one night and when he got in there everyone was asleep? Everyone that worked there was asleep so he made his own breakfast. That's the America I want. Let's talk about our vets grapes. You leave to lead. Well I'm only wearing nineteen seventies and eighties dresses from now on because they are so much elastic happening and this girl look at her manage looking look at her managed that office at IBM Girl Scout. That phone tree together. Hey sorry I'm rolling calls. I can't talk right now heels. I just feel like a little kid and my mom's heels and just want to like ask and then I got my never story Hunkin pendant turns out. No no please. I hate unarmed clapping. I have I have address that I brought on this tour. That worked out great on the last leg. The Phoenix Vegas leg. Oh Dude stop wasn't saying but in between I wash dead so last night we're like standing onstage. Who just like this shorter? Luckily I had these insane quadruple ply spanks tights on. So there's like wearing this table. Top tights so nothing happened but as we were getting ready merely ten minutes ago I was like not putting that dress audio and I just can't. It's short enough so that I just kind of look like a toddler wandered on stage with makeup on talk of a home. Like wearing your outfit on its around. Look how I don't want these shoes on anymore. Now take him. Oh man no fucking fancy. It's fine I you're gonNA keep them for now. What about at some point in the show? You're allowed to stop everything and say it's time for me to take these shoes off and when you do some wins ten thousand. I did that at a show before I took my shoes off and then halfway through really fucking weird and uncomfortable bare feet on a stage and then I was like whatever creeps here. This is wrong this Google search Georgia heart-stopping feet. That's the thing. It is the thing if I took my shoes off on stage. It would look like a buffalo. I think that's the most accurate. 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"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

01:38 min | 3 months ago

"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

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"performing arts center" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

11:26 min | 3 months ago

"performing arts center" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"That Nancy Pelosi boy her her perspective on what happened she had to be thinking you know the Republican Party and president trump for saving her back and because of what she was pushing her and Clyburn I mean Clyburn really exposed himself big time on this whole deal talking about this is our opportunity to force our vision to force our values it will now that America is desperate looking for help over this corona virus yeah and I. D. if you have that Clyburn quote handy or just repeated again but was basically the Democrats on six white people suffering people's pain and even death in order to make sure that they had their goodies and wind up I was so they could just take more power away from the American people I could not believe my eyes I'm sure I'm like but then when in the latest iteration of the Nancy Pelosi basically you know screw American bill with the thirty five million dollars to give up but he left the JFK performing arts center while people are losing their jobs while people are dying of all people are suffering Nancy is concerned about of giving a thirty five million dollar facelift to the truck JFK performing arts center you know we can argue about how classless soulless batters I would like to focus on the part where the Democrats thought they could pick the clover shark ballot harvesting bill otherwise known by vote by mail bills yes into a relief package basically writing election law are changing national federal elections live but to empower them to make sure that their party is easily protected through massive amounts of mail in voter by voter fraud exactly my statement yeah Clyburn's David let me just interject is very quickly because you asked for it the end the essence was at this is a tremendous opportunity to restructure things to fit our vision that's what he said yeah and they wanted to barackobama fundamentally I wanted to fundamentally transform our country in two thousand eight this is the perfect opportunity never let it go to crisis go to waste and that quote should be used in nearly every campaign commercial with the amount of work that the Democrats wanted to put in to hurt the American taxpayer okay I get a twelve hundred dollar check in the meantime I'm paying three hundred fifty million dollars to refugee resettlement program at thirty five million dollar facelift the JFK performing arts center and four hundred and fifty million dollars for legalize ballot yes right exactly what kind of deal is that well it's not it's not in the people's interest but yet to hear Nancy Pelosi speak you think that she's all for the people is like and people need to understand they need to have critical minds to understand the language of the Democratic Party that day and also it's simple I can do is look at their for the fruit of what they've delivered whether it's on national health care this is the party that gave us you know obamacare without any Republican participation they refused any Republican participation and so we got this incredible you know affordable health care how laughable is that but that's typical the Democrats they know how to word Smith in such a way to tell you you know what it is we really what it is what it's come down to with the Democratic Party is whatever they say you just have to on its face believe the opposite exactly or whatever they're accusing you of actually their guilt and so I think really Nancy over played her cards the Democrats have the whole exchange fibers showed their hand but they really never happened about the American worker they have a they're really only about power there was a time when you had Kennedy Democrat the blue dog Democrat you still have Reagan Democrats and many of those have come to the attention of back date with the times specially with trump and so Nancy Pelosi has tried to satisfy the most radical wing the airspeed communist Marxist wing of her bass biting in the green new deal that is no good deal for America and on the back of a van on the health of Americans and on the suffering of Americans but like their job bill how many unemployment how many unemployment filings are we going to see and the Democrats it wouldn't response with Nancy about opening up the economy I don't care I don't care I don't care exactly yeah this week alone three point two eight million weekly filings for unemployment three point two eight and she's sitting on our hands I mean the Senate to their credit work through the weekend they were you know up till you know I think one o'clock in the morning getting this bill passed and she just has a Hey let's have a a real quick gavel in gavel out meeting and we'll deal with that tomorrow okay well how bout if your if your pay was on hold all this time would there be any sense of urgency on your part for that and I think they also wrote themselves in a pay raise I haven't seen that one now discuss and here's the problem though you know I have nearly lost my voice because I was on the phone all day yesterday trying to defeat that ballot artistic measure that they split ends but they're all talking to every single person that I could but I knew if I could think of right and sure enough it fell out of the bill thank god ballot harvesting but there's so much in the bill as it stands and I tweeted to Kevin McCarthy yesterday we don't want you to pass it to find out what's in it exactly yes now this we are again with the American people especially the people that put the Republicans in power in two thousand ten after the obamacare debacle where we had a path to find out what was in it does American people are still watching we're still paying attention and we do not want these massive bills or there will be a massive global like we saw again and they also by creating these massive bills they pushed trump into a corner no N. dollars two trillion dollars and we might have still twenty five billion dollars to give a facelift to the John F. Kennedy no that's the seams and that's destined for sure that they're dealing a went and went from thirty five to twenty five so you got a little bit of a a little bit of a break there but my goodness you know people's lives are at stake and were arranging the deck chairs it seems like right you know but but on the other side let's let's talk about some of the good news you know I I've said that big companies do big things we've got big companies you know people have said that I think Cuomo even suggested that trump needed to exercise you know some presidential power which has every right to do to compel business to work on behalf of the American people in time of war and but president trump said I don't have to do that they're already volunteering whether it's for a day it's you know yeah General Motors three M. as in others coming to the front to say Hey we're in we've got other big companies like Walmart you know they're hiring and they've got a hundred and fifty thousand workers and you know according to your website here offering five hundred and fifty million dollars in bonus this is a big company doing big things and there's other companies like this that are supporting the workers because they know you know we we've got a hundred and sixty million employees out there right now sitting on their hands and they're eager to get back to work and they need to be incentivized in all the right ways and this is what what what I was concerned about Meghan I'm sure you were too it doesn't take a whole lot of math to put into play here but they were extremely generous and I think too generous with this unemployment benefits to where you're going to give people a thousand dollars a week to stay at home this this may keep people at home but the other double it's sort of this is that you know the small businesses are getting loans that could be forgiven and one of the criteria is that they hold on on to their employees what happens if an employee chooses not to come back to work and they'd be better off staying at home watching TV get a thousand dollars a week well I think what we're going to see it like you said we've got hiring by Walmart a hundred fifty thousand hiring by Amazon a hundred thousand Indians retrofitting their assembly lines to manufacture bass gallon ingenuity that we are seeing from existing companies hi I really like the favorite you manufacturing in a time of war that the silent wars the speak the invisible war are now have extended their product lines we can expand their revenue base which also expands their hiring there's going to be a lot more manufacturing opportunities I believe the silver lining out of all of this is when you do get knocked down you have to rebuild it we will start building if it's going to save the USA it should be built in the USA there is no reason that ninety eight percent a majority of our pharmaceuticals or antibiotics are manufactured by a communist country we must incentivize those businesses to bring back that pharmaceutical manufacturing to our interior after nafta was passed seventy seven thousand factories shuttered we don't have a listing likelihood existing shuttered factories that can be retrofitted and brought back to life or perhaps corporations look at you know tax cuts and repatriation I worked to build American manufacturer again make America manufacture again yes we are manufacturer we've always manufactured we've done it before we make quality products and if it means paying a couple times extra than by god will have the most more robust economy with a stronger middle class people making six figure incomes and if they want to stay home and raise the kids they can do that exactly what Meghan let's go back for just a little bit without getting too far in history because we only got about a minute left here is what policies from what part the chase businesses away from America to go overseas with all the regulations and tax burdens and everything else well first the first form of nafta how do you do you start seventy top stories yeah but before then it was a gradual crawl where they continue to take ground and they kept dis inviting business and inviting business to leave you know to leave Dodge and nafta there is no question that that was a death nail and definitive but before then they were gonna lead up to this and so look at this is of our own creation and after everything is all said and done you've got to be thankful for Donald Trump because he was rather precedents saying it's about America first and I think this is going to be the sentiment that will take place and that this is what's going to open manufacturing again to your point I agree and it's going to get to America excited because we're back in.

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Coronavirus: New York, New Jersey, Connecticut coordinate restrictions on restaurants, limit events to fewer than 50 people

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

Coronavirus: New York, New Jersey, Connecticut coordinate restrictions on restaurants, limit events to fewer than 50 people

"Of the new reality is settling in across New Jersey and W. CBS reporter Kristi collation has of the latest now from officials there with the amount of coronavirus cases rapidly climbing in New Jersey governor Phil Murphy says staying home now will hopefully end of this spread sooner our paramount concern must be to flatten the curve of new cases so we do not overload our health care system the state is ordering all schools closed starting Wednesday all James performing arts centers movie theaters and more will also be closed starting Monday night at eight PM restaurants are now mandated to only do takeout state health commissioner Judith person Kelly says hospitals across the state are prepared to house more patients although many current ones are not hospitalized seven hundred isolation beds twenty three thousand six hundred and eighty seven acute care beds one thousand nine hundred and eighty three intensive care beds with the help of FEMA to corona virus testing sites are coming to the

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Coronavirus pandemic: California calls for ban on large events

The Frame

04:13 min | 4 months ago

Coronavirus pandemic: California calls for ban on large events

"In an attempt to slow the spread of the virus state officials today called for the cancellation or postponement of public gatherings with more than two hundred and fifty people through at least the end of March. The touring production of Hamilton at the pantages. On hold and the Music Center in downtown. La has shut down as have most venues throughout the region. Danny Feldman is the producing artistic director of one of those theaters. The Pasadena playhouse Danny. Welcome back to the show. Thank you John. Thanks for having me so. The state has called for gatherings of more than two hundred and fifty people to be canceled or postponed for venues that have current shows up or might have shows coming up. What are the factors that might weigh in on the decision? The theaters here in Los Angeles particularly the theaters and performing art centers. We've actually been in contact for several weeks now. more contact than I think we've ever had or I've ever had with our colleagues Discussing that exact question. What what are the criteria for US making change? We don't WanNa make which is which is cancelling performances on our stages. And we've really all I've been guided together by looking to the government looking to the county officials Barbara Ferrara the health department to give us guidance on when public gathering we'll be limited. The playhouse happens to be dark until late. May when you have the perspective of not having to make an immediate decision and talk to your theater colleagues about what they're facing. What kind of perspective does that give you in terms of how you go about making this decision? Yeah while while we don't have a main stage production we actually have about fifteen different events Between now and then May when our next season show comes in so we were looking at it as well of all those individual events as well as community events but It's not just about ticket sales on that side of it and serving our communities but we have a lot of people are artists or crew. Just the theater community who make a living when we have shows and who don't make living when we don't have shows So these are very challenging complex decisions and we really were relying on the government issuing a recommendation. So I think you'll see a lot of motion now that that has happened. So what you're touching on is a particular problem because if you're not getting the income from ticket sales you don't have the money to pay staff and actors and yet those actors and staff don't have income so what happens are people just left in the lurch. How can any arts organization go about pain? People who are suddenly unemployed. That's that's the question. Particularly nonprofit organizations right Typically nonprofits do not have reserves like many businesses to weather a storm of a very significant loss of income At this point. The governor's recommendation is through the end of March. We don't have guidance beyond that we are planning for beyond that personally. I've been through some thing not to the scale. But in New York I was running an off Broadway theatre at the time of the hurricane that struck New York and we were down for quite some time. and lessons learned from that about circling our wagons reaching out to our communities and to our supporters and asking them to step up and away and I see just sort of looking around the corner of what's to come. I think that will be one hundred percent necessary in this case for our Los Angeles cultural institutions. So there is the moral thing about what you can and cannot do. Then there's the legal question of what you can and are maybe obligated to do. Have you looked at all about whether or not you're contractually obligated to pay artists for shows that might be coming up or might be cancelled. Yeah I mean every. I won't speak on on other theaters but most of the professional theaters. You know have as little as two weeks notice of of saying. We're canceling the show if you think about a a producer putting up a closing notice because the show's not selling tickets the businesses designed to be flexible in that way With crew calls and all of that so there a couple of weeks that that are provided for flexibility. But nothing longer than

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Public visitation to be held for longtime Rep. John Dingell

Business Beware

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Public visitation to be held for longtime Rep. John Dingell

"Congressman John Dingell will be very this week w w Taber reporter Lauren birth old in Detroit starting Monday. The public is invited to visitation at the Ford community and performing arts center in Dearborn from eleven AM to eight PM. A funeral will be held at eleven AM Tuesday inside the church of the divine child in Dearborn later that night. Mr. dangles casket will be driven past the US capital before another funeral in Washington DC on Thursday. Dingle died on Thursday. He was ninety two. He served fifty nine years in the house making him the longest serving member of congress.

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John Dingell, longest serving Congressman, dies at 92

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

01:38 min | 1 year ago

John Dingell, longest serving Congressman, dies at 92

"Well, former Senator Carl Levin among those defining the legacy of the late John Dingell those details from WW Jane NewsRadio nine fifty s Lauren Barth old strong stoic and unafraid to stand up to power. There's a lot of cynicism about government. And he's the antidote to that cynicism. Because he said living example of what government can do for our people Carl Levin represented in Michigan in the US Senate for over three decades and witnessed firsthand John dangle take on immense challenges, a universal healthcare Levin says Dingle always believed in huge things. I mean, if we can't get universal healthcare done it'll be despite the efforts of John Dingell and his dad, Lauren Berthold w w. Jay, NewsRadio nine fifty while condolences continue to roll in in the form of political and business leaders alike funeral arrangements for congressman John Dingell have been scheduled in his hometown of Dearborn next week expecting a significant public turnout visitation for John Dingell will begin Monday morning at eleven AM inside of the Ford community and performing arts center on Michigan avenue. It will run until Monday night at eight PM that will be followed by a local funeral mass Tuesday morning at eleven AM at the church of the divine child on north silvery lane in Dearborn. Both events are open to the public dingoes body will then be flown to Washington DC where a motorcade passed the US capitalist planned for Tuesday evening. And then a final funeral mass on Thursday in the nation's capital as a World War Two era army veteran dingoes body will be interred at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington,

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"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Ski. Henry sobriety was a Greek fishermen that. That. Messes, arm hair, hand hair. Not that there's anything wrong with that, but are we sure he's not a gorilla. I love you doctors. You know, we got all that hair vitamin c. All right. Now we're in the doctor's jacket before he actually became a doctor. Let's talk about that. Did he work for land cone. Shoot. I mean clingy shit. You know this, okay. My slip is slipping the wrong way, and I feel like I'm Dan. We've just readjusted. Thank you so much. Well, so yeah, he fucking essentially walks around the clinic with his dad in this lab coat, like being a system, taking blood and show because he wants to do studies. Turns out of in lying liar lives. About everything. So Fritz like reds, Dan, uncle, Dr. It gets really confusing. So I think it's helpful to doctor Dr. For instance, little Fritz uncle doctor believe that the apocalypse is nigh and like they're totally survival. I was just getting okay with the vitamin c. bullshit. These are fucking crazy. Unless the rate. Their timing off a little bit there. Right. So, okay. Sorry, Dr even like how to date that he thought the end of the fucking world was coming and they were like survival prepar and they had a visceral hatred of communism and they had a fixation with Hitler, especially Fritz, say, tion plus or mind. That's a good question. Say shin like that. Damn Hitler. I don't know if they're just like I need to know everything got fix Asian. I feel like if you hate Hitler great, but you wouldn't brag about that. So give it the station with Hitler might be positive. It's gonna be positive, right. That's a great question though. A lot of problems here at Lucks, but now we know how they decorate the bunker. So go to the university of Mississippi, but he never graduated. And his dad was like, what the fuck? And he was like, well, the German club I was in turned against me. And like, did this whole thing about like is out? It was like, okay, I believe you, we hate, you know, that's what I told my dad when I dropped out a sack stay. So Germans. But then he was like, don't worry, dad, I, I'm going to go to university for my medical degree, very prestigious university to university. You know, the, the screaming, their mascot, the screen this screaming. I, I'm so sorry. 'cause I was about to say hillbillies and I didn't. Grund. From the poorest of the poor. I don't like one of the best colleges very, very procedures. Not only could I have never have gotten into it, but I know they wouldn't let me touch the like entrance application. So they'll maybe it's very fitting that I call them the screaming hillbillies. Like your doubled not allowed to come here. Shit. Wherever Rica international incident? I don't. I stick to animals. It just stick to animal. Panik improv panic, it's hard. Yeah, it's scary. I'm sweating. Boop, you get with the weight borders. Thank you, but that's because wake was in the name of college. I disagree. So. It was in the name of the college. I swear. Side bar. Okay. Okay. So I don't worry that you went to Duke. I'm going to go to get my medical degree and it's fine. I'm going to school to be a doctor something to wear this lab coat around your office and and get blood from you. He's got kicked fucking university of Mississippi, and now he's an absolutely not going to do. I feel like you should have the license for doctors in this same way. You have to get them for any other thing that could trick people trust in you like a pet, an anxiety, pet thing that they get. Yeah. Yeah, you can't just bring your dog in here. Doctor's code on. I like I like dog in doctor was going to better. I mean, that would relax you. If you saw dog, if you're on a plane, you're fucking shading brick and you look over and there's a poor little doctor stowed on. This go. But the huge beard. Large watch. Okay. So Fritz when he saying he's going to get versity what is really doing hanging out all day at everyone's favorite place to hang out gun stores. Wow. And was just thinking about the guys who work in the gun store or like like that? Fritz. The crazy one in this. You have to be sick of working in a gun. I just wanna work here and there's like crazy to hangs out there all day. Yeah. In a doctor's in a buck and doctors, doctors cope, thickest, beard eve, ever seen. So everyone at the gun store, here's these crazy stories from Fritz, including him towing. He was a green beret and Vietnam and that he's also working for the CIA. It's what spoiler alert those things aren't true. Yeah, I feel like the seconds someone at starts talking about working for the gun store. Yeah, they should be like, and we close rice out. Bill head and pulled down these metal window coverings and head and get the fuck out. Dr. Vitamin c, there's a panic button and there's a, I just said, I work in the CIA CIA button that actually contacts the real CIA's right? Come get your boy. See it's a gun store, very dangerous. So totally in the pocket. He stockpiles weapons and other items for the end days. And then. So, okay. So Suzy's Suzie. Cousin Susie starts hanging out with her cousin fritzy all the time, and they like they become friends again, like they had known each other when they were cared. It's particularly have much in common cause she wasn't into fucking guns. Ammo maybe. And she starts putting all the time with him. She starts bringing him around the kids. It's been a long time with him. He they take the kind of admire him because he's, they think they believe stories in the and being green beret and being doctor like she believes all of it. They take the kids camping all this crazy shit. And then Judge. Susan sharp is like, I'm gonna look, this guy, and he has finds out that he's bullshitting all of it. And then the families like, you know, we don't. What is he spending so much time with his cousin? And is he spending the night all the time. That's right. And they.

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"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Trudy. Okay. So don't worry about because true Smith and her father's self published the book. They called it white Christmas, bloody Christmas, amazing. So published it in nineteen ninety. They originally published five thousand copies immediately sold out of five thousand. So then they published, I think, ten thousand more ten or fifteen thousand more also all sold out. It's such a popular book and it's a story that so many people are interested in and it's a part of the history of this area. The book is now out of print, but you can get it on Amazon for one hundred sixty five dollars. Oh, you. I'm only talking to the rich people right now. You can get it. Oh, these are just I'm just three more factoid that I find of interest gave it to me. Okay. Arthur, the only remaining living original Lawson family member. He got all that money from the house tours. Okay, that's cool. He then, but here's some sad things. He fell in love with girl, asked her to marry him, and the girls family would not allow her to marry him because of the murders. And because he was from the Lawson family, but he later found someone else fell in love, got married, had kids, and then tragically, he died in a car crash in nineteen forty five, Mary Lee young. I think it was in his forties. Okay, less sad. More interesting in the seventies the Lawson house collapsed. Took that long. That architect it pretty good job with that sadness, you just wouldn't believe how architecturally sound despair. It's meant light. Yeah, at times, but we can chip away. Just like the idea that people like standing in that farmyard just. And one fail swoop, Paula, Abdul video. They the whole pyramid goes down at once. Okay. So they haul off all the wood of the that goes with the house and they took down the barn as well because they're like that's about to collapse. They take all that. Would they build a bridge on a place called pain road the the internet argues also called Edwards road or maybe now is called Edwards road. Now it collapses now, but the bridge is haunted, the of course, so so so claims the locals who drive across it and say that if you drive across or if you did drive across this bridge and turned her car off and whistle Dixie, the car would not turn back on and sometimes you would hear either a woman screaming, children laughing. How about this condensation on the windows and then Lil child's handprints showing up enough moisture, pick one of those. What would you pick? What of those are going to happen to you? What would you pick? Oh, handprints. It's the scariest? Yes. Why do. Again. I have a question. What the fuck is whistling? Dixie? I trust to say. It's like a long. I'll do it for you later, but we can't do it in theater. That's bad luck. That's right. I am from that. The. Okay. The bridges since torn down. Okay. I know we're going to drive out there. Meet up afterwards. Rave on the haunted branch. Also pain road. I think some people are cheering pain road. There's a their stories around that area. There's some other murderer family shit that happened around there. The trench, the name of that. They changed it from pain yet to pleasure road. Here's my favorite that infamous Christmas cake. That was on display inside the house. Under glass was eventually auctioned off when people stopped going to the murder house and a woman named Myrtle Brown, bought it Myrtle, and she reportedly took it and threw it into the woods. Fairly getting murdered when she got home. After that, the cake was sitting. The raisins had come back every last raisin in fucking satanic thing on it. Ten took rank you to Graham raisins appear. This is now minute ending to the story and pentagram raisins appeared on mortal Brown's cake. So she took it and threw it into the woods. That's not a solution, Myrtle. It's just gonna lay like fifteen feet away from you in the woods and some poor animals gonna come ADA and it's been sitting out for so long you were going to it's going to, and that's when we'll show says, satanic raccoon was born kill, you kill your garbage cans. And that's the legendary story of the Lawson family. Thank

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"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

09:59 min | 1 year ago

"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Cakes. The first says, mom, dad, they put raising on Kate. No, also wheat. But there's something else. Okay. So then all of this happened so fast. And of course you as fast as you would imagine when the when the gossip is not someone somebody else. But in fact, Charlie Lawson just killed his whole family. Everybody hears about it immediately. So Arthur in town, buying his bullets over, here's people saying, oh my God, Charlie Lawson, just murdered his whole family and Arthur Lawson says, it can't be just saw all of them. And so he someone takes him and they rush back out to the house. So Charlie's brother who had also been out hunting also was told of this. So he rushes over the house and he jumps up on the porch and seeing or you've seen the port. He gets up on the porch and he actually has to keep all these people from entering the house because everybody wants to go inside and he stands on the porch with his shotgun and keeps basically everybody obey until the police arrive. Now, another neighbor who actually entered from a different direction where he passed the tobacco barn. I is walking. Remember it's Christmas day. So there's snow, he's walking and he sees a huge pool of blood in the snow that has drag marks and tracks all the way to the tobacco barn. So this neighbor, this poor person goes in, opens the barn door and finds Kerry and may bell lying inside dead also with their arms crossed over their chest and stones under their head. And this is about the same time that the sheriff finally arrives. So the sheriffs. And the deputies. I don't know how it broke down. Sheriff a couple of good good friends. That he trusted. They show up and they enter the Lawson house. And of course it is like a scene out of everyone's worst nightmare. An incredibly bloody there is apparently blood everywhere. So Arthur finally gets back from town and as he's approaching, he can see his mother's feet through the doorway, and he starts freaking out. He tries to fight through the crowd to get into the house and all of the neighbors keep him from going inside doesn't see what's in there and surround this time that everyone realizes that no one knows where Charlie, and so they gather up all their what I would magic to be sixty-five shotguns and they start searching for Charlie Lawson. Yeah. So Charlie Lawson, once he finished laying out his family went out the back door and walked into the woods with his dogs, and he took his one of his guns. He had beaten his family. So terribly with one of his shotguns that. The barrel was bent. So he left that on the floor and he took the second good shock on out into the woods with him and wandered around for a while. And apparently he ended up landing at this tree and he ended up walking and circles around the tree over and over. It said talking to himself. But again, I believe that might be a bit of illustration, but it would make sense. So you just be like, who. I'm insane. His dogs. They could tell afterwards when they found the area that his dogs just laid in the snow, watching him as he did that. And he actually at one point tried to set up a contraption in the tree so that he could shoot himself in the heart, but he ended up not using it. Then he tried to write two suicide notes on the backs of receipts that he had in his pockets, and they were both just half written one had the phrase troubles can cause on it, and the other had the phrase, no one to blame. Those are so much more creepy than like actual sentence. Yeah, base. How well also second one, Charlie, sorry, I know quick reminder, you're to blame this is all on you one hundred percent? Yeah. So. The, he finally pulls the trigger kills himself and when the search party, the way the search party ends of finding him is they see these dogs coming running out of the forest. So they just track the dogs path back to the body of Charlie Lawson at at the base of the tree. So at the funeral, the Lawson family is dressed in their brand new clothes that they had worn in their family portrait. Why he bought them? What do you think that's why he bought them. I mean, I don't know. There's a lot of theories because. Everyone they talk about that. Everyone looks so unhappy so uncomfortable in this. So you don't know if that's because it's lately and we'll get into the theories of why happen. Okay. But one of the theories is Charlie Lawson when he was working on tobacco farm fucking hit himself in the back of the head with a pick ax and gave himself. This was a couple months before the murders and gave himself a head injury. And of course, as we've heard one thousand times after that has personality and he came really volatile and really violent, and so that there's a possibility that likes that from that moment something or it could have been that, but we don't. There's just no way to know. We're. He's spent the morning with his son, like doing target practice. So that would really be such a split if you're able to just kind of hang for a little while and then like who knows that that's the mystery. They were laid out in a family plot that was nine feet by twenty one feet. So it could hold everybody in the Browder cemetery and fanny was buried holding baby baby, Mary Lou in her arms. Yeah. And they also exumed the body of the son that had died in nineteen fourteen and they buried him with the family. It said that five thousand people attended the Lawson family funeral. So of course, it's, it's somebody killing our whole family was the most infamous thing that happened in the area and a longtime. And of course, because of that, people start showing up at the Lawson family home because murdering had been around forever. We didn't start this guys. It's been a long held tradition of Lookie loos and what the fuck. I need to see that shift for myself. This is kind of inappropriate, but like don't tell me, you know. Interesting, right? Exactly, right. Go find out for myself. Don't. They at first Charlie's brothers were stood on the porch and again, guarded the house because people, of course, we're trying to go in and take like memorabilia from the house chicken wire. I want to sad board from this. You know what would make my house look. Great. A sad board. This horror board. Yeah. But then they realized that somebody has to keep paying this five hundred dollars a month mortgage. So they ended up putting a fence around the house and they put advertisements the statewide papers. Saying that it's a tourist attraction. You can come and look at the murder house and they charge people twenty five cents a head. What now you're against it. They shit make that noise. They charge twenty cents a head and let people walk through the murder house here to me. This is one of the of one of the creepiest stories I've ever heard. This is one of the creepy aspects of it that when they went to clean up the house, the brothers had to do the crime scene cleanup themselves, and there was so much blood and it because it was December. It had frozen to the floor. The brothers had to go in with a hammer and break up all the blood and shovel it out, and then they buried it in the backyard. No, it's brittle or something. It's sorry. I'm sorry. And then a black rosebush grew. Now that's the worm Lobi that's when we fictionalized, gee, wiz everything inside the house. Aside from that blood, everything in the inside, the house was exactly as it was the day of the murder, including the fucking cake. No-one had yet cut into. That's why talked about the cake so much. You knew that was foreshadowing. I didn't. He did not know. And one hundred grows. Here's what you're gonna. Love. People start stealing the raisins off the top of the crane. They have to put that book and take under glass. Because everybody wants little horrible piece of memorabilia from this horror house that a raising a horrible. It's bad enough that it's a raisin from anywhere Zayrda hand pocket a cake. Oh, my is not insane. The only is ready in one thousand nine thirty the year after the murders this. This was of course huge. The aband- called the Carolina buddies, which I know is on your Spotify, play us right. They released a song called the murder of the Lawson family, and it was one of the. She said, what was it about.

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"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"performing arts center" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Live in the word Meade and Christmas presents. I mean, now they've got that board that I nailed up on the porch that they can lean against, and that's plenty for my children. They have all the slivers they could want at our house. So still friends and family would sneak candies and fruits to fanny so that the children could have a little something on Christmas morning, but it was tough a tough life. And also Charlie was very strict father. And he, of course, back then whipping children was very common practice and he apparently enjoyed it. He liked to beat, especially his oldest son Arthur, and he beat Arthur until there was a teenager. And then in the classic story that we've all heard once Arthur was taller than him, then he came at him with the whip and Arthur took the whip and broke it over his knee and said, that's the last time you're going to beat me dad and. Like, okay, that's fine. I'll just go over to the girls and beat them. So. Right blue. So he he's, he's a strict old timey farming, North Carolina dad. So sometime around late November, early December of nineteen twenty nine. Charlie lesson tells the family going into town for a surprise. And once they're there, he buys them all brand new store about close, which was like unbelievable. And he also buys the younger children toys which of course they've never had and it's a huge deal. They're all kind of freaking out, but that wasn't it. Then he walks them over across the street to the portrait studio, and he has a family picture take it. And this was back then, you know, photography was incredibly expensive. It was basically for the rich. So no, everyone's like, Portugal. What are you doing. And here is the family photo that's on me. Here's family photo that the Lawson's took late November early December of nineteen twenty nine. Okay. That's Arthur on the far left the that's Arthur. You won't be whipping me anymore. Dad just kind of Marie. She's. Yeah, yeah. I don't know if we were all to say it or not or sledge it hot. Okay. Here. I mean, it's exciting when a guy, whereas three piece suit seems like something's going to happen. But if you look closely at this picture, like when you go home to the way this picture turned out, his eyes are white. He also looks like key has laser beams for is even hotter. Maybe he did maybe and that's why father stopped whipping him. That's Marie. She's sixteen, oh, she is. Now they on that episode of criminal about how like she looked so pretty and she's so hip. And you know. Beautiful happy. Yeah, more than anything compared to everybody that joy seeped in for those board. That's right yet. Kaunda from our friends house. Right, ourself shoes. That's Charlie Lawson the father. He's a forty three in this fixture, and that's Fannie Lawson. She's thirty seven. I'm thirty ever. Fifty. I'm forty eight. I just like saying easier. But yeah, when I saw that picture is like, what do I have low self esteem suck in Fannie Lawson. We shouldn't tear each other down to build ourselves. Not a race or competition competition. But if it happened one hundred years ago, then you're allowed to do it. Then on the bottom that's carry. And the little boy there that is Raymond, he's two years old q. end may bell seven love her haircut on. I'm not being sarcastic. No, that's a really good. Yeah, that is legit bulk. That's a little mod page-boy young doing it. That's when children held still because they were so scared. And then that's James, he's four. So that's the Lawson family. And and so this was a very big deal that they got this picture taken stones. I'm gonna leave that picture up a no a couple of weeks later on Christmas morning, nineteen. Twenty nine fanny got up early and she was making everybody breakfasts Christmas morning. Obviously, it's a big deal. Charlie Arthur out doing chores, they can get everything done for the day. And Marie is rolling her hair by the fire. She has a date later that day with a young man who was taking her to the Christmas celebration church. So she was all excited fanny then made a layer cake, which was a very, very big deal to this family because it was Christmas and she iced it and she tops that she sprinkled raisins on top of it. And she mode on the table.

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Laguna Woods, Mexico and San Diego discussed on The Jesus Christ Show

The Jesus Christ Show

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Laguna Woods, Mexico and San Diego discussed on The Jesus Christ Show

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