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"pete hotels" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"pete hotels" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"Wall and told him to raise their hands above their head the occupants of the building turned and faced the bricks with a minimum of protest. They were probably just thinking well just another police raid don't mess with us a little bit and they find anything they'll take somebody off just to say they made an arrest and then they'll leave or maybe we can just buy them off we can just pay them off. But then all of a sudden the counterfeit cops, the two detectives in the two uniformed Guys open fire as many as a hundred rounds of ammunition were fired into the unsuspecting victims and they collapse in a bloody heaps. Have you ever seen any of those pictures? It was bloody and we never Point Blank just a few feet away with 12 gauge shotguns and 45 caliber machine guns. It was unbelievable. Then the two uniformed cops knowing that people on the outside might have heard the gunfire took the other two plainclothes guys acted like they were under arrest and March them out and put them in the Cadillac and drove off. Well, you know this place even though Chicago didn't really as a government they didn't want anything to do with the warehouse on Clark Street, but the place became a tourist attraction irregardless by 1949. The front portion of SMC Cartage had been turned into an antique furniture storage business by a couple who had no idea about the birth. Is bloody past even even though tourist would show up periodically and curiosity Seekers and and actually there was more tourist and curiosity Seekers and there was customers they eventually closed the business and the early fifties and I'm nineteen sixty-seven. The building was demolished after standing empty for quite a few years. There have been a Canadian businessman named George Petty from Vancouver British Columbia, and he sung had heard about that. They were knocking down the SMC Cartage company that scene of The Saint Valentine's Day Massacre. He called mayor Richard Daley and daily put him in bed with the national Wrecking Company and he bought all the bricks that were in that wall. Mister Petty had remembered the death car Bonnie and Clyde over the forties and fifties and sixties and it became a viable tourist attraction. Somebody had bought that bullet-riddled card. They take it around the country. I think it ended up in a ended up in a Las Vegas not a lost dog. It ended up in a casino. I think out in Pahrump somewhere out outside of Las Vegas out in the country and they're still there today. But he remembered that thousands and thousands of these curiosity Seekers these kind of people that like these McCobb kind of artifacts had plunked down good money just to look at the car and count the bullet holes and and speculates what happened that day down then Giblin Louisiana in nineteen seventy-three that 1934 Ford had been sold for $175,000. Oh, here it is. It is displayed Whiskey Pete's Hotel & Casino in Primm, Nevada, which is just on the nevada-california Stateline. We missed your pay day after negotiating with the Wrecking Company purchase off of bricks that made up the wall that the victim stood against have the section of wallet was 7/2 foot wide by 11 foot high. We don't know what the price was after he purchased the game. The wall was painstakingly disassembled and they were 417 brexit at each was numbered and packed in sequence. Like they were fine. China. It's reported. They feel 7 barrels shortly after that. Mister. Petty will reconstruct the wall billing it as a touring anti-crime Monument, but he had to put her to the shopping center one time and and the public up in Canada said, you know, we don't want to see that and actually the government band is touring Monument. So then he took it to something called the Pacific National exhibition in Vancouver British Columbia, but people didn't want to sit there and they didn't want to display it. Finally. He offered it as as a main draw for a crime museum in British Columbia, but the museum field in nineteen seventy two, he opened a nightclub with a Roaring Twenties theme called the banjo Palace that was up in Vancouver. He rebuilt the wall at least home with some of the bricks in the men's restroom. He put a sheet of glass over it and had it installed as a urinal he put a sign above the brexit said piss on it. It's history down the drain he was dead. Our quotas and we had to start a ladies night on Mondays and Tuesdays in the men's room, but on some nights and women got so excited about saying the wall they went right in there and while the men were using it and that would be interesting especially back those jobs. Now today that when men and women using the same bathroom is not that big a deal I think of some of these clubs he later close the club and he just had the bricks stored when it counted him as he was starting to be found. The seven brakes were metal. See now what happened those seven Rex is a mystery to this day. But during these times he had been selling some of those bricks to over these years Mister Petty became a historian a storage and Myrtle all concerned as he was searching around for the missing bricks. He said he was originally told when he first bought the wall that the brakes had been taken by the police as evidence cuz they had bullets that were lodged in them in the Chicago Tribune got on this case. They searched police records for the missing bricks. No Police Department inventory records could be found indicate that the investigators removed any break. The wall they checked the warehouse that was used by the Cook County medical examiner's office where they stored outdated files and they've been any evidence. They might want to hang on to that. We were found on bodies couldn't find the break anywhere or any records that they were ever stored there and which doesn't make sense. Anyhow, if there'd be anywhere they would be in the police evidentiary locker room. And then and if if they were in the Cook County Sheriff's office or the Chicago PD and then they realize these missing bricks had some kind of value. I got a feeling that they didn't last very long there. But apparently they were never there because Police property rooms are pretty diligent on keeping records. You gotta work on on destroying all records of something was ever in there. Not to say something doesn't get stolen out of there every once in a while, but usually something stolen that nobody's ever going to miss. Anyhow, nobody's ever going to check on or like in the case of the heroin and our New York City The French Connection heroin is just replace it with some white powder. Nobody'll ever know although somehow they did figure that one out. I need to do a story on the case of the missing French Connection heroin. It's interesting story. I understand Petty said that he had heard they might have been taken during the filming of The Saint Valentine's Day Massacre. I guess they used the actual garage at the time. This was a movie starring Jason Robards and George Segal filmed in nineteen sixty-seven to actually went to George seagulls agent and asked if he had been off any of the bricks and he denied that it ever owns such a brick Haiti considered taking the wall back out on tour or selling it Brick by Brick and he did sell a few at the time of found out. Now let's listen to what Jeff Schumacher the mob museum has to say about how they obtained the bricks Jeff tell me what you know about how they ended up with that wall or those bricks off. Absolutely. Well, you know, first of all this this building where the massacre occurred in Chicago was kind of a tourist attraction for a while after the month after the massacre, you know, there was no signs, you know, anything like that but people like to drive by it, but you know, Chicago's not a city that's particularly proud of its organized crime history and some change in nineteen sixty-seven. They decided to demolish the building and when they did that a man named George p a t heard about it, he was looking Vancouver British Columbia, but he had heard about plans to demolish this building and he wanted he had an idea he wanted to collect the bricks from the wall against which these.

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"pete hotels" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

10:47 min | 2 years ago

"pete hotels" Discussed on Ghostly

"Episodes and find the episode. You want the show notes for and there yet I would. I would say in response is just if it was a C B or some of the radio you think that they would just be constantly hearing that whereas in this. It's very clear that there's a question there was a pause and there's there's an answer and it would be like I mean. What are the chances that they could ask a question and then just a few seconds later? There's a clear voice talking whether it's saying what you say or what they say it saying or not I guess To me it seems clear but okay maybe not but it just like the chances of that just seem Big that I mean if I would think it was a CB radio they would hear a lot more well. I've talked done as he be before with people and They they tend to wait for you to talk. No so I know what you're saying that they can't possibly hear them. I don't know it just seems like it seems like I. I don't know I do not believe it if anybody has A. MVP or if you're a company that APP manufacturers VP's. I'd like to put to the test. Send it over. And we'll do a complete review on ghostly there you go and this was a spirit bax and in EDP as soon as two different pieces of equipment. We'd love to work on both of them. Yup absolutely all right so you ready for the second one. Yes so the second popular is like the third one. Oh all the way to evidence for the first one. Yeah so now we're into the second spot which is binding clydes car? Yes that is definitely Lee considered A haunted place for them casino right well so according to Weird Nevada the car has had an interesting history. Okay it's original owner Ruth Warren. who had had it stolen out of her driveway by the criminal? Coup- couple sold the car for thirty five hundred occasionally appeared at carnivals holes fairs etc and even at a Nevada race track where people could sit in it for a dollar in nineteen fifty two it was sold for fourteen thousand five hundred dollars and again in nineteen seventy five hundred hundred seventy five thousand dollars before being acquired in nineteen eighty eight by Gary Primm for two hundred fifty thousand dollars. You know I do have something to say though. Yeah is. Is that Both of them both Bonnie Clyde had insurance policies on them and the insurance companies paid out. Oh money and then they decided to start putting in clauses. That said that if you die because of criminal activity or something that we're not gonNA pay out trusting. Wow the actuaries figured that out. Yeah there you go So they say that there's been I just wanted to put this in here because there are no less than seven fake Bonnie and Clyde death cars put put on display throughout America. The Washington DC National Museum of crime and punishment has one sorry they say it's not the real one but the one from the Nineteen Sixty seven Warren Beatty the other way movie. This movie car was formerly on display the biting Clyde Ambush Museum in Gamblin Louisiana before being sold to the DC museum there. There's another Death car in Florida at the no longer open tragedy in US history museum in Saint Augustine But the Real Bonnie and Clyde death car is is on display in Primm Nevada at Whiskey Pete's hotel and casino owned by Primm Valley Resorts. That's what I heard. Yeah so binding clydes death. Car Is on display in the Casino Zeno as you said along with multiple letters of authenticity for the car and clydes death shirt also filled with bullet holes and faded blood. splatter a hand mirror a belt and a beaded necklace belong to the couple are also on display at the casino they can be found directly on the right upon entering the casino through the main doors. So I haven't seen it but we should all go and check it out Viewing the car and taking pictures just like in the wooded area visitors report that they get a creepy initial feeling as they stand Dan near it And again many people who've taken photographs of the car have picked up strange anomalies in their pictures including like seeing shapes of their heads of like people's heads heads inside the car. Okay I haven't seen any of those images though But what I can say about this. Is You know you know that they died side. I mean when you look at this you see blood on the shirt You see all the bullet holes like I've seen pictures of the car it is. It's a mess you know it's GonNa be a natural thing where human beings we are in touch with Other human human beings dying. That's something that we. We have a lot of emotion for an emotion. Could definitely change the way that you feel when you see something like this and and even if you didn't like Clyde or or Bonnie just the idea that you're standing around history looking at this and and knowing their story of their death I don't know it can make you feel uneasy. Dennen easy feeling that to me is never never going to be proved that there is any supernatural because that is the natural that is what should be felt when you when you are presented with that it should be an unnatural feeling to you know I mean it should be. That's just the way it should make you feel uneasy so I'm sorry I just realized we didn't undo ratings for the first for the wooded area died. What do you think which one even a one thou- one I'm giving an eight? Okay okay so then. How about for the car here? What would you do the? VP's Oh the EDP's. I guess I was kind of putting that altogether as like. Is that a haunted. Even he going to give zero. Okay Okay Yeah Yeah because I mean I just think that there's so many other explanations of sound versus it's just so hard to. It's just so hard for me to jump to the conclusion inclusion that no. There's a dead person talking to me because the person's dead it's it's it takes a lot more for me to believe that than it does that. There is some kind of malfunction with equipment or that it's picking up. CB's or whatever so zero for that. I'm GONNA give that one a seven and a half okay slightly slightly less than some of the other things Okay so for the car. I'm giving give mine. Yeah go ahead. I'm going to give it a six I'm or even a five. Yeah I saw a natural feelings as I said that that is something that in.

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"pete hotels" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"pete hotels" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Take anything for granted so what we believe is a beauty gun are real gonna whatever we're going to work got to protect our children and we're going to call law enforcement we're gonna respond according to the sheriff's office says there was never a threat to the school it's now hunting season for Florida's most infamous animals see a later alligator Gator hunting season is just started in Florida and it goes through November first but there are certain rules how does need a permit which allows the capture of true Gators within those owner county specified by that permit if they're smaller than eighteen inches they can be harvested also you can't shoot them but bows crossbows harpoons and spears are all okay and needless to say just be careful Mike Stevens newsradio WFLA dozens of hotel workers are getting the overtime pay they were previously denied the US labor department announced this week that thirty employees and five Saint Pete hotels have been paid more than twenty thousand dollars in back wages one hotel owner was found to have violated federal laws when it came to totaling his workers overtime hours the campaign committee working to elect Democrats to Congress is targeting a Sarasota house seat a man issued by the democratic congressional campaign committee adds Florida sixteenth district of the list of seats it's targeting and twenty twenty Republican Verne Buchanan has held the seat since two thousand seven and president trump carried the district in twenty sixteen last month first term democratic state representative Margaret good entered the race to trying to unseat Buchanan Recco show news radio WFLA a big in state rival rate could be a soggy affair tonight's game two of the pre season schedule for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers comes up tonight as they host the Miami Dolphins at Raymond James stadium the Buccaneers and dolphins had to join practices at the admin help training center earlier this week Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians on what he wants to see out of this team tonight better execution of our young players lamination of penalties with sixteen families fourteen except the last week and we've had some mornings practices and you keep telling them to get penalties that may contain policy that eliminated the mental errors I think simply sharper it's the Buccaneers in the dolphins coming up tonight kick off the set for seven thirty and you can hear it on our sister station ninety eight rock from Raymond James stadium in Tampa I'm Jason Beringer newsradio WFLA it's five oh five this is a Bloomberg market minute unless we see a massive rally today stocks are poised to finish with a sharp weekly loss of about two and a half percent the Dow bounced higher last session but didn't come close to erasing its eight hundred point retreat Wednesday on tap today a reading of consumer confidence from the university of Michigan and we'll get a report on new home construction in July investors will get earnings from deer and company before the markets open the outlook for the ag equipment giant is turning Graham with a number of challenges for U. S. farmers they continue to battle a tough environment amid a volatile planting season and intensifying trade war and plunging grain prices president trump said he has a call scheduled very soon with China's president she's in pain over trade issues OPEC's monthly oil market report to be released before the opening bell analysts say the outlook for global oil demand is fragile amid growing signs of an economic slowdown that squeezed consumption growth during the first five months of the year to its weakest in a decade mark mills Bloomberg radio.

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"pete hotels" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:41 min | 3 years ago

"pete hotels" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Of the national school, Tropical Medicine at Baylor University, Dr Peter hotels. I hope I'm pronouncing your name correctly that hotel getting the name, correct. You did a perfectly. Thank you, sir. So I got my measles vaccine is born in nineteen fifty eight I just got it last week. I'm healthcare providers. I probably should get too, right? Well, you know, if you win the fifty eight there's a possibility that you did get a first generation measles vaccine, in fact, I also got a boost through over the weekend as as well. So we share that income here figured feel. Did you feel nothing zero nothing? Nothing nothing. Nothing at all. Yeah. All my gravest fear with this measles outbreak. Is that it enters into our homeless populations here, which are approaching on your sixty seventy thousand people, all with extremely debilitated mental health and physical conditions? God knows what sort of vaccination history. They have if that happens. I don't underst-. I don't see how we contain this thing. That's. You've got multiple vulnerable populations in the LA area. And of course, the other big one you worry about our infants under the age of twelve months, not yet old enough to get back sedated. So now if you're a parent your mother, and living in the LA area, you've got to be concerned about bring your infant out in public spaces out the WalMart about how your chemotherapy or transplant or something. I mean I mean there's, there's no end and that's why we work so hard to prevent measles coming back. I mean the problem with measles. It's one of the most contagious viruses. We know it has a reproductive number of between twelve and eighteen. That means if a single individual gets measles on average twelve eighteen other unvaccinated individuals. We'll get it. Especially infants almost everything you mentioned and, and, and it and measles. Can unravel public health gains pretty quickly because it's so contagious. And that's why when episodes epidemic starts, they take months off and time to get them back under control. So be we saw this in Washington state. We're seeing this play out in New York now. So our, our vaccine infrastructure is very fragile and requires ongoing input to prevent these terrible. Measles, outbreaks from happening. Do you have to sneeze on somebody or no? Does it just really great? It's so contagious virus can linger on surfaces or a near for two hours. Airplanes are mess. And, and this is what happened in UCLA and Cal State. Los Angeles, the quarantine student was in the library, and, and so anybody who walked through that library space over certain periods of time now is their risk of getting measles. And so the way we prevent this vaccinating as many people as possible, but the anti vaccine movement has spread massive misinformation about the risk of measles and other vaccines. And, and in parallel, they spread misinformation about measles itself. They say it's, it's good for you. They ignore the inconvenient truth that up until a couple of decades ago. Measles, was the single leading killer of children globally at two and a half. And a half million in nineteen eighty. Million. Yeah, it's being measles and stuff elitest. And it's not just steps as permanent injury deafness. So it's measles as bad actor. And so it can be totally prevented with a simple vaccine vaccine has been around forever. Completely save both you and I have subjected ourselves to, to protect ourselves. Thankfully, my kids have had both facts. The vaccine. I mean I. Just get if it's not gonna hurt me just to get it again. You know. Vaccine movement is moved into southern Europe. So Frances disaster Italy's disaster Greece's a disaster. So if you have plans for summer European travel that, that's, that's another reason to get back. I'm concerned about the expense of getting all these titles if people are concerned as a risk, they're going in, and getting revalidated, isn't that achieve less expensive way to do this. I'm actually the CDC hasn't really said it as such. But, you know, for me the, the safety profile of the measles, vaccine is so good. The MR vaccine just get vaccinate. That's why. Most cost effective way to do whatever they do break. Your little talk also about some of the other stuff, we're seeing here until the California you don't mind I don't know, if you're prepared talk about it, but we are because of the complete breakdown of civilization, the lack of attention to the sanitation, and of course health, the mental health of the people living on the streets. We're getting massive outbreak of non Berkeley's, af bay to berkey Laos's typhus and but the virtuous stuff, the FBI is just it's exploded and no one's about it yet. They will soon enough. And I'm wondering if you have any theories about what follows the typhus, because they're doing nothing to Cretaceous, these epics. So we're coming into the summer months, and I'm wondering without me leading the witness, but theories about what's coming next. But what you suspect might come next. We'll take a little break. Okay. Okay. We're talking to Dr Peter hotels. You follow him at Pete hotels. H O T, easy is dean of the national school of Tropical Medicine. Baylor University is leeann tweeden. Dr midday live ninety KABC before. Message and data rates may apply. Earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload. But what if.

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"pete hotels" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:54 min | 3 years ago

"pete hotels" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Me. See for you, just say enable the KABC AM skill. Okay. Here's seven ninety KABC. We're going to discuss little bit affection diseases here with the dean of national school Tropical Medicine at Baylor University, Dr Peter hotels, I hope I'm pronouncing correctly that hotel getting named cracked you. Did it perfectly? Thank you, sir. So I got my measles vaccine was born in nineteen fifty eight. I just got it last week. I'm healthcare providers have probably should get too, right? Well, you know, if you in the fifty eight is possibility that you did get a first generation measles vaccine. In fact, I also got a boost through over the weekend as as well. So we share that income. Yeah. I figured rather. Did you feel nothing zero zip? Nothing nothing. Nothing. Nothing at all. Yeah. My my greatest fear with this. Measles outbreak is that enters into our homeless populations here, which are approaching on your sixty seventy thousand people all with extremely debilitated mental health and physical conditions. God knows what sort of vaccination history. They have if that happens. I don't underst-. I don't see how we contain this thing. That's. You've got multiple vulnerable populations in the LA area. Of course, the other big one you worry about our infants under the age of twelve months it'll to get vaccinated. So now, if you're a parent your mother and living in the LA area, you've got to be concerned about bring your infant out in public spaces out the WalMart about how your chemotherapy or transplant or something. I mean, I mean, I mean, there's no end. And that's why we work so hard to prevent measles. Coming back in the problem with measles. It's one of the most contagious viruses. We know it has a reproductive number of between twelve and eighteen that means if a single individual gets measles on average twelve to eighteen other unvaccinated individuals. We'll get it, especially infants almost everything you mentioned. And and and it and measles can unravel public health gains pretty so quickly because it's so contagious. And that's why when these those ethnic starts, they take months off and time to get him back. Under control. So be we saw this in Washington state. We're seeing this play out in New York now. So our our vaccine infrastructure is very fragile and requires ongoing input to prevent these. Terrible measles outbreaks from happening. I forget with measles. Do you have to sneeze on somebody? Or? No does it. Really? Oh kok. Great. It's so contagious. The virus can linger on surfaces or a near for two hours and airplanes are and and this is what happened in UCLA in Cal State, Los Angeles. Here's a student was in the library. And and so anybody who walked through that library space over certain periods of time. Now their risk of getting measles. And so the way we prevent this as backsitting as many people as possible, but the anti vaccine movement has spread massive misinformation about the risk of measles and other vaccines, and and imperil the spread misinformation about measles itself. They say, it's it's good for you. They ignore the inconvenient truth that up until a couple of decades ago. Measles was the single leading killer of children, globally, two and a half. Million in nineteen eighty. Million. Yeah. It causing measles and stuff elitest. And it's not just deaths is permitted injury. Deafness? So it's easels about actor. And so can be totally prevented with a simple vaccine. So vaccine has been around forever completely safe. Both you and I have subjected ourselves to to protect ourselves. I think my kids have had both facts. Vaccine. I mean, I. Tighter, go and get if it's not gonna hurt me just to get it. Again, you know. The anti vaccine movement is moved into southern Europe. So Francis, a disaster disaster greases disaster. So if you have plans for summer European travel that that's that's another reason to get back to me. I'm concerned about the expense of getting all these titles. I mean, if people are concerned as a wrist is going in and getting revalidated isn't that achieve less expensive way to do this? Well, I'm actually the CDC hasn't really said it is such, but you know, for me the safety profile, the measles vaccine is so good the MR vaccine just get vaccinated. That's. Cost effective way to do it. I really do. I got to go break. Your and talk also about some of the other stuff we're seeing here in southern California. We don't mind, I don't know if you're prepared talk about it. But we we are because of the complete breakdown of civilization the lack of attention to the sanitation. And of course, health mental health of the people living on the streets. We are getting massive outbreak of non Berkeley's af bay to berkey Laos's typhus and will. But the Berkeley stuff the is just it's exploding. And no one's talked about it yet. They will soon enough. And I'm wondering if you have any theories about what follows the typhus because they're doing nothing to Cretaceous these epidemics. So we're coming into the summer months, and I'm wondering without me leading the witness but theories about what's coming next. But what you suspect might come next. We'll take a break. Okay. Okay. We're talking to Dr Peter hotels. You follow him at Pete hotels. H O T easy is dean of the national school of Tropical Medicine at Baylor University. Leeann tweeden, Dr midday live ninety KABC..

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