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"robert block" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The new system will be phased in over the next couple of weeks. Chicago Teachers met this morning about safety conditions in CPS schools. That comes in the wake of an independent arbitrator's ruling on Friday that CPS violated its contract by making some employees like clerks work in schools that may not have been safe. The arbitrator gave both sides two days to agree on how to move forward. Chicago Teachers Union Attorney Robert Block says the board needs a plan for the second school quarter despite the limited measures that CPS had taken, such as directing people to wear masks and observe social distancing. Gabber traitor found that school's nevertheless are not safe and healthy. The evidence presented to the arbitrator of hearing showed that though we are currently in a period of remote learning there still about 9000 people inside CPS schools every day. Friday's ruling came just a day after a teacher at Funston Elementary died from Cove in 19. President. Trump is upbeat as he recovers from Corona virus. He appeared on a video on Twitter just before driving by his supporters outside Walter Reed Hospital in Maryland. He is said to be getting great reports from his doctors on a number of different medications. Looting, a viral therapy and also steroids. There is some indication that he may be released as early as today. More on that story coming up by the way at 9 30 this morning, and that was w g. A neighborhood news Here's Kim Gordon. The art center in Highland Park will hold the recycled art sale this year. But it'll have a little twist you to the pandemic, the event being held through October, 8th will feature a curated display with up to 200 accessories, sculptures, jewelry and decorative objects under a tent on the lawn of the center. General admission will be divided at the time slots. Tickets can be purchased at eventbrite dot com. Only 10 people will be admitted at a time and mass are required. I'm Kim Gordon with neighborhood news on 7 20 WG as sports. Now with David A Good morning, No fourth quarter heroics this time for the Bears this morning, they're saddled with their first loss of the season. The final 1911 to the Indianapolis Colts. Here's W GS. Adam whole simply put Nick Foles, his first start with the Chicago Bears did not go well. It wasn't the best game and I, you know, I think Indianapolis culture a great team, but I don't know I didn't execute well enough. And you know we didn't execute well enough that Maggie's offense reverted back to 2019 form with no running game and no rhythm. The Colts have the best defense in the NFL. So that leaves a little room for hope..
"robert block" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Map de loaded today. Hey, y w traffic update things going on this morning, mostly construction notes here. 76 Westbound Scougall Expressway from University up to 6 76. You'll find Robert blocking a left lane here. East Maskell Approaching Broad street you got this isn't South Philly. Gotta right lane block. That's part of the Walt Whitman Rehabilitation Project down to Delaware County. Let's go 95 south bound from the common area. Very bridge to 4 52. Bulwark is blocking two right lanes back up in Montgomery County for 22 westbound at Santa Toga, roadwork blocks Elaine. They're in New Jersey. Quite a bit of construction. Tucson to 95 South, bound from exit 47 to 41 Lane closed there. Also, you'll have the ramps from 47 to 40. Also clothes and into 95 eggs 13 to exit 16 in both directions. One lane closed until six. Next update in less than 10 minutes. I'm Billy Dawson in the K y w 24 hour Traffic center Albert Pools of the L. A Angels now number five on the all time Major League home run list with number 661 some horse therapy program sidelined by the virus still on hold. This is Rosie, and she's a bear own thanks to the pandemic. It's been six months since horses at the South Lands Foundation have been able to romp and play with residents from the Daytop Addiction Treatment Center. Nearby, longtime South lands members like Izzy Williams can only imagine how much both the animals and the humans miss the interaction. They groom, and they learned to lean and they spend time with the animal.
"robert block" Discussed on KTRH
"The gallery furniture made in America studios well it's back to the drawing board on daca Merrick sharp it's ten thirty on newsradio seven forty KTRE traffic and weather together let's check in with Cleveland and there are few construction related closures to be aware of I ten east freeway to the westbound connector ramp to six in the U. SLU but closed overnight from nine PM to five AM forty five north freeway the southbound connector ramp to the north loop a block as well as the south loop west extend westbound connector to two eighty eight so that's totally closed and the two would hate work that connector ramp to the south loop I get elected in the Gulf because windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center weather channel forecast mostly clear lows in the low seventies overnight your Friday mostly sunny plant on highs in the low to mid nineties pretty much a carbon copy of what we had today right now eighty one partly cloudy here in the gallery at the K. T. R. H. keep cool with a R. S. twenty four hour weather center K. carriage who's died ten thirty what our top story president trump says he wants a legal solution to daca not a political one he tweeted that today after the Supreme Court in a five to four decision led by Chief Justice John Roberts blocked his attempt to end the Obama era program trump says it shows the need for new justices well the former Atlanta police officer charged with killing ray shard Brooks in a Wendy's parking lot last week is in custody Garrett Rolph turned himself in this afternoon hours after the other officers involved Devin Bronson also turned himself in well more than ninety one thousand jeep Cherokees are being recalled for a software design flaw it could cause the cars to lose power while driving our keep.
"robert block" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Reporting players with covert nineteen the home of the bears Jeff Johnny at newsradio one oh five point nine FM W. reviews time for forty eight Strafford and weather together on the gates and his clear what's issues all over the place we're going to start with a pretty big one in Barrington fifty nine remains blocked made the fourteen SO use you love their main blocked fifty nine to fourteen so use hillside there and other numerous rail road crossings remain blocked in bearing to this is all due to a freight train that struck a pedestrian as so as a result of this metro restricting outbound trains they will not operate past Berrington inbound trades will start there until further notice we'll keep you posted expressways pretty tied up the amount had to be at the moment thirty coming in from here twenty off the junction I am also the actor takes forty from Mannheim twenty seven coming around a forty for three ninety twenty seven man I'm up on twenty six back to man have it's thirty nine minutes back out to three ninety Steve it's is okay fifty five is jammed to the roadworks on at arsenal about Dan Reid twenty seven about seventeen fifty seven and a beta for checking it just fine and proving north on lake shore drive after crash of fuller to me getting heavier on the southbound side eighteen to thirty first crash blocking multiple lanes there tollways we've got a new problem on the northbound side of the tri state just before you get to the Waukegan toll plaza purported vehicle fire and that's Robert blocking the right lane westbound eighty ninety four quite heavy central grants to crash on the right shoulder an extravagant port for fifty eight news radio seven ADM one of five point nine FM WBBM accu weather a mix of sun and clouds arrest the St June an isolated thunderstorm very warm and sticky high of eighty eight degrees although cooler seventies at the lakefront.
Byte The Elder Sign Podcast
"Glenn Written Brandon Buddha host. The elder signed podcast. Who came up with the idea of doing this type of podcast? Well that's a fantastic question. And I. I think that answer might change depending on on on the setting but I think like like so many good ideas this one was was born in a bar and I think we dared to to do it and and no one blinked and so so the show is show is now happening and I urge everybody to listen to the first introductory episodes really explains what you guys. You're going to be covering and you talk about the new weird Gr- you guys talk about it at length and have a great definition and I just hope people listened to that but what I really found interesting was talking about the twenties and thirties and HP lovecraft and so many great authors Robert Howard got their start writing for essentially what was called. I guess the old pulp magazines talk about that. That was probably the beginnings of of horror and science fiction. Maybe starting to get a foothold. The little bit yeah. A lot of these guys were just writing for money. They wrote a draft and mailed it out and hope to cop published then could buy can a can of meat in love grass case or whenever they needed to live on they were writing to live and they invented a lot of tropes that we now associate with weird fiction and horror and science fiction and it was all kind of one thing. It was just coming out of these magazines. That were that. Were just on racks. That people bought read on the train and so many of these writers. Just that's what they had. That's what they did. Lovecraft is notorious for kind of living a poppers life and mailing out these stories one after the other just writing prolifically and it was a kind of lifestyle and it was the big form of entertainment for a lot of people in the in the nineteen twenties and Nineteen Thirties. He I mean what lovecraft did you know really inspired so many authors after them and even screenwriters and directors frankly they they just took up the mantle that he started came up with so much interesting stuff and developed his own mythology to that we all know in love so yeah he was he was great. I gotta ask you guys about the The selection of the different stories that you cover and we'll go into some details but you have you know stories from Robert Block where it is or the moon remorse of course lovecraft and even a know Howard of course and and even some Some more recent writers as well talk about the selection process. Because there's a lot to choose from. Yeah we're really intent on covering the whole gamut of of Weird Fiction really broadly conceived of really from the beginning of modern literature modern publishing around the eighteen hundred or so up until today and one of our real interests is in charting the way that a different people in different societies and different ages and also around the globe have responded to the the tensions and even the the traumas of their historical contexts by writing weird fiction or horror fiction or science fiction to to be airing out the things about their own world their rapidly changing world many cases that they find unsettling and to do this as kind of a real comparison that I think will will really shed a lot of light on the way that this fiction can actually be used to tell us things about their societies and by contrast in people from one hundred fifty years ago with people who are writing today and the interim period and all the way in between I think will really shed some light on that.
Impeachment trial: Key Republican says he'll vote against witnesses
"Republican several Lamar Alexander announced he would not be voting to subpoena witnesses for the trial of president trump and that likely eases the way for a quick acquittal even though fellow Republicans Susan Collins admit Romney say they will vote in favor witnesses CBS news political analyst Leonard Stein horn without witnesses they moved for acquittal if that happens the president is acquitted sometime on Friday or this weekend senators concluded three days of questioning on Thursday the ninth day of the impeachment trial earlier in the day Chief Justice John Roberts block senator rand Paul's question which is believed to have included the whistle blowers name the presiding officer declines to read the question as submitted house manager Adam Schiff I can't tell you who was the blowers because I don't know but I can tell you the whistleblower should be it should be every one of us every one of us should be willing to blow the whistle on presidential misconduct the trial continues at one
"robert block" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"People who also had health problems or who would consume drugs or alcohol you're Goodis newsradio one of five point nine FM WBBM news tied ten oh eight traffic and weather together on the aids and bowed around with some really big issues on the north side on lake shore drive the southbound lanes the three left lanes are blocked with Chicago fire crews on the scene we had a report of a crash earlier and doubly mediums on Lisa fielding stuck in the delay letting us of the three left lanes are blocked for Chicago fire crews are just a single right lane is getting through on the southbound side of lake shore drive you are solid from Montrose before Belmont because those three left lanes are blocked we also have big issues getting into northwest Indiana with eighty ninety four east bound absolutely solid as you make your way and to the Hoosier state it's passed any doubles Boulevard were in dot crews are doing some moving Robert block in a couple of lanes and the eastbound delay is now solid starting on the south end of the tri state tollway hall said so really heavy stretch from hall said all the way into northwest Indiana on east on eighty ninety four might want to take the Indiana toll road instead today if you're heading into the Hoosier state and we have issues in the northwest suburbs route fifty three north down remains jam from a company you click that's all because of a rollover crash the two left lanes are blocked southbound heavy from north us how would you could with capers to the north bound crash to the evens about twenty three from like cook twenty one ounce the Kennedy about forty four minutes from o'hare thirty one in from the heat in the local lanes twenty six in the express about Kennedy twenty four to here eyes now and on fifty eight from out three ninety forty one from and I'm thirty six out of three ninety Stevenson about fifty one minutes three fifty five the lake shore drive forty one from the tri state thirty out of three fifty five the damn running down twenty two minutes from ninety fifth but I'll bounce good fifty seven in the version portable checking with no major problems and aside from the issue on the south end of the tri state tollway no other Illinois tollway delays to report right now your next traffic report at ten eighteen on newsradio seven eighty one of five point nine FM accu weather forecast for this afternoon sunshine mixed in with some clouds a high of forty four tonight partly to mostly cloudy a low.
"robert block" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"He passed in two thousand seventeen as one of the best selling artists of all time with sales of over eighty million IBM news time seven twenty eight traffic and weather together on the aids here's Julie krone no delays on the Eaton's either direction the Kennedy going out bound to the airport twenty six minutes coming in by your slow Canfield Harlem than hundred three tunnel to the burn interchange twenty six so here downtown thirteen from the junction on the extension westbound you're still heavy from the Kennedy to Mannheim eastbound a slowing up from Bessie Coleman to the tri state Eisenhower going out bound is clear inbound slows up western to the burn interchange thirty four three ninety to downtown twenty one from man I'm Stevenson is clear neither direction the damn right now but I'm looking good and inbound at the sky way early crashes been cleared then at the Stevenson earlier stall has been cleared still ninety fifth street downtown about twenty minutes I did the seven the bishop for no delays lake shore drive looking good as for the tri state Jane Addams Ronald Reagan veterans memorial tollways they're all clear I. eighty I. eighty ninety four no reported delays are issues in the northwest Indiana ninety four sixty five and the Chicago sky way traffic moving along well that in both directions on the Indiana toll road from grant to west of cal you met there is Robert blocking the left lane and causing some backups if you see anything on the roads give us a call WBBM art van traffic tip line is a five five seven eighty road get traffic and weather together on the aids every ten minutes on newsradio seven eighty and one oh five point nine FM two other visor in effect as of midnight until two PM tomorrow cloudy in colder snow beginning later this evening with a low of twenty six then tomorrow cold and snow was some tapering to flurries.
"robert block" Discussed on WDRC
"Our this is Hollywood three sixty a radio show that presents the Bastin classic radio this hour on Hollywood three sixty will rocket off into the distant future on a radio as fast science fiction series minus one from nineteen fifty five then can heal the see into the future the find out on our one of the great Gildersleeve starring Harold Harry from nineteen forty two with me to help present these radio classics as my co host Lisa walls and my executive producer Mike Estella but right now let's rock it off into the distant future with the axe minus one this story called almost human is written by Robert Bloch and Robert blocked roads site let's go back to August eleventh nineteen fifty five X. minus one three one fire the unknown come transcribed tales of new dimensions in time and space these are stories of the future adventures in which you live in a million could be years on a thousand maybe work minus story.
"robert block" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"The musicians and management of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra are skipping. A beat the two sides remain far apart and the strike continues and pay continue to be sticking points after negotiations Friday and Saturday did not produce an agreement chief financial officer for this ESO. Stacey Frank says moving from a traditional pension plan to a 4._0._1._K type will reduce volatility without affecting what's already been saved. They will receive the defined benefit. For the years of service that they have earned through the. Oh, so no one is losing anything Robert block is an attorney for the musicians that risk is now formed by the musician instead of by the plan and the employer. So yes, it's true. But that problem doesn't go away performances for this week have been cancelled as no new talks have been scheduled ANSI hardy NewsRadio on one zero five point nine. FM? Waldman says stickers advertising, a white nationalist hate group were found along the route of Sunday's south side Irish parade southwest side alderman, Matt O'Shea tells the sun times he learned through social media posts that stickers for the American identity movement were found on several light poles on western avenue between ninety nine and one hundred nineteen streets. The American identity movement has been identified as a hate group. The southern. Cover ty- Law Center of shea issued a statement denouncing the group calling for unity against such activities. Police spokesman said the department was aware of the stickers but adopt received any formal reports or opened an investigation. WBZ news time three thirteen.
"robert block" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Four fifty three Canucks head seventy LA county. Sheriff Alex Vena wave is handling of deputy discipline is raising concerns among the department's civilian overseers and others. Supervisor's is concerned. The office of inspector general is concerned. The public is concerned had against who chairs the sheriff civilian oversight commission says they do not know what criteria via Nuevas using review possible. Wrongful convictions terminations of deputies the LA times reported on the recent reinstatement of deputy NBN Nova campaign. Volunteer who'd been fired after a fellow PD accused him of physically assaulting and stalking. Her seems to us. This is the optics are not good Villanueva. Stands by the decision. Respect the privacy rollin. Just say it was properly vetted by many many different ways. And it definitely that the standards again, gigging says commissioners on the public are being kept in the dark about that. Standard. Overblown and unfounded. And we're gonna get our Horford opportunity to write input to the prophet says there's been only one reinstatement so far he says dozens of deputies who had been relieved of duty and remain under investigation have been called back into service because it's been determined their alleged misconduct would not merit. Termination clogged skew tie, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Villanova the waiver says they deputies called back into service while still under investigation had been accused of policy violations. Not criminal misconduct. Indictments kiss a three of conspiring with an admitted swatter from south LA fake reports about murders and bombs across the country. He must attorney's office spokesman Tom maroshek tells KNX Tyler Barra says, the one who would make those calls come cases, he was taking money in other cases, they apparently they were just part of relationships at Beira send these others had established. We believe in online gaming forum. He says one of the men even used a stolen credit card number to buy things for barris. Barris pleaded guilty to charges connected to swatting call that led to a fatal police shooting in Wichita Kansas have done December twenty seventeen officer shot a man after a report that someone demands home murdered their father and was holding people hostage. Robert block boy J B is become the latest to sue fortnight to sang the popular video games using his shoot dance without permission or compensation the Memphis, Tennessee based rapper real and James Baker follow lawsuit against fortnight maker epic games had federal. Oh court alleging they stole his hype dance coming up in five minutes more on the shutdown right.
"robert block" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind
"It i was in florida walking our dog on the beach because it was january and cold i was the only one out there up ahead i saw what looked like writing in the sand when i got closer i saw it was just a trick the sunlight and shadow but writers minds are junk keeps vaud information and it made me think of an old quote from somewhere it turned out to be omar cayenne the moving finger rights and having writ moves on that in turn made me think of some magical place where an invisible moving finger would write terrible things in the sand and i had this story it has one of my very favorite endings maybe not up there with august heat by wf harvey that one's a classic but in the same neighborhood it took my breath away that last sentence you rascal you truly you fooled us with that story you know you look like such a normal human being and the fact that these ideas come out of your head does that element of your personality go way back to your own childhood it is good to look normal isn't it i mean that's that's a good way to slide on through life and i think sometimes when people see me they expect some sort of a boogeyman you know but i'm not really that guy the boogeyman the scary guy never shows up at public appearances he sort of in the back of my mind and the only time that he gets free rein is when i'm sitting in front of typewriter so you know i used to quote robert block i get several people have tried to give me the authorship of this quote but it wasn't me it was robert bloch who wrote psycho and he used to tell people i have the heart of a small boy i keep it in a jar on my desk and you know the imaginative guy who writes the stories and the guy that you're looking at right now i'm not that guy there two separate characters so call me jecklin hyde now a quick break hi cogil nnamdi here i hope you enjoying on my mind and i also hope you checking out the cogil nnamdi show we connect the dots between events happening in washington maryland and virginia through conversations with politicians artists chefs the list goes on you can listen to our podcast on demand by subscribing on.
"robert block" Discussed on Inside The Exorcist
"Without seeing the spectre of ed gain staring back it's blocks agent on the phone hello he has good news really that's great that is great what's the price but his is that a good price she we take it okay all right let's do it and with that the deal was done for the first time robert blocks writing had been option for the movies but who was done by her oh who cares the blind bid was nine thousand dollars that's more than seventy four thousand dollars today for a writer that's a payday what robert bloch didn't know is that another novel the haunting of hill house by shirley jackson was also option that year it would be renamed the haunting and directed by robert wise in 1963 the rights when four sixty seven thousand five hundred dollars more than seven times with block would be paid almost six hundred thousand dollars today black was in a mood to celebrate as he pop the champagne he knew none of this he didn't even know the buyer was at that bargainprice it literally could have been any one but he was not anyone it was one of the most famous directors in hollywood and that director had just acquired the rights to what would become the most important film of his career for next for nothing eventually force bloc would find out and he would always always for presented for his deal with the publisher included no points on any sailed to hollywood.
"robert block" Discussed on Inside The Exorcist
"Cycle it was the story of a lonely fat middle aged boos hound who had an unnatural attachment to his mother he killed her and stuffed her corpse he runs a rundown roadside motel one rainy night a young woman arise chips spies unearth through a people as she prepares for a shower the lonely man dressed grotesquely has his mother kills the young woman in the shower cutting off her head the scraps of headlines block had gathered about a game had been transformed into a threedimensional character of norman bates cisse robert block is that his bathroom mirrors shaving as time passed block learned more about the handiwork of ed gain the serial murderer of the wisconsin heartland in what he learned unsettled him seat norman bates was written as a crossdresser who puts on the dress and wig of his mother to commit heinous crimes block didn't know that had gained dressed up two he didn't know about gains fixation on his mother or that he treated her bedroom mrs shrine and yet these elements emerged from his own imagination in the construction of norman bates he stared at himself in the mirror how could he no in creating a fictional character he had come closer to the truth then he ever could've imagine what had he revealed inside his own soul closed his eyes for the next two years he could not look at himself in the mirror.
"robert block" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Just repeat all of that later on had no documentary called screaming screaming again in which again everybody to that was about the slasher movie and everybody goes back to the sluggish housing and we end up to just a fall know who is the screen roger and robert block i think we spoke to originally fullfare in the dog and every to basically there's a thing in the knows that says that what the film as is an unprecedented look at the psycho xiao saying i think one thing you'd have to say is is not unprecedented is precedent it okay there's been a lot of discussion about sluggish housing almost more than you know then the battleship potemkin steps it's hard to think of a of a scene in cinema that's more thoroughly workedover there was a douglas gordon installation in the early nineties cool 24hour cycle which took the film slowed down to two frames a seconds so that when you played it the whole film played out over twenty four hours and a lot of all critics went along said you know it's amazing you know you sit there and you watch it as boring well the bothered me because he was given was going yeah incredibly look at it and you see the artistry dates psycho if you didn't need to slow it dates psycho everybody knows the psycho it's the site it'll go you look at share seen the we say that slowly you see all the cards of dc say what do you see these we see it psycho it's one of the most classically well construct it's whether it will infrequent said it's a film which risks you to the ground is a giver they'll torre said it's like a steal trap that of course it was the gus van sant shot for shot remake which took psycho remade shot for shot somehow managed to make it terrible so it's a lot of things but unprecedented in one of the mit precedent it.
"robert block" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast
"Another thing that fascinated me was that he he would he kind of said that this film was a joke in the book right so we can you explain that is because that was kind of that was kind of confusing to me while but that's exactly what he wants you to feel alqaeda are high i there's no doubt in my mind that is psycho was anything but a joke of coverage okay i think that he um obviously left the door with his audience you know he left to just pulled a leg uh i think cycle really meant allowed for him i mean look eur sixty one years old he had nothing to prove and he could have you know gone on making those mere huge sort of technicolour you know films for the rest of his life any would still be to celebrated filmmaker today that that that we know but but he took a massive risk um and i think that uh y you know this is evidence that that he was interested in pushing the envelope he was interested in never sort of resting on his laurels as it were and just wanted to keep trying something new and you know this was a movie that that nobody wanted to finance what wanted to get behind and people were were basically telling him it's just beneath you you know to do this um but he saw an opportunity he said of extraordinary opportunity by you know reading the book by by robert block saw that the shower seen i think what you know that's that's the reason why he made the film reportedly an and there i actually believe him when he said you know the debts it was the murderer in the bathtub and that's it that's the only reason why he wanted to make this i believe that will he shouted separately from the rest of the film right yeah i mean yeah exactly and it it it took him seven days uh which you know it's pretty lo what he does that right yeah completely nuts heroin and but it but it shows you.
"robert block" Discussed on Little Atoms
"And in that sense is equally if not more real than daily quotidien life argue philology your date now poterie part of yourself against the character but also visualizing pauses while that have been my go islands of the world alert robert block has obviously freddie over you ride is going to be part of you in the characters the omega open across people that know you might recognize it's a is that really happened in your life that the other the djibril readers would we would nights as but explicitly pointing out the cards hair that is a large paul's based on yourself but as you just said there's other paused their ism yes well why i think for me i had public life for quite some time now and i've had the experience may be an in a kind of louder way than most people have the so that we all have it of knowing that the public aspects of oneself are very firm removed from one's own experience of life and often the public narrative whether it's the one that's the newspaper if fewer public figure a writer or whether it's the one the aspect to yourself that's now not to know when he drop off your kids the school to that community versus the one that's known in your local neighborhood or to your parents or whatever that oftentimes this a projection of yourself that is not accurate not accurate your sense of your reality and i think that the distortions of that can't get quite extreme when your life is as public as as i think mine sometimes felt me and so with that knowledge and that experience it's not like i am saying oh look at me like here had he come think something personal alive it's almost i suppose in some ways a response to having had that experience and saying actually this is this sense in all of our lives his sense of self which gets projected and which we take quite seriously is actually much more complex than we off give it credit for being so yes i think it was definitely conscious but in some sense you also have to remember that writing a novel at least as i know it is an impressive tori intuitive.
"robert block" Discussed on The Turnaround with Jesse Thorn
"And in those days everybody talked about egging ed giddins was the famous mass murderer on the block the man that psycho was based on gene came from a small town in central wisconsin plainfield wisconsin and not so far away a writer robert block he was there at the time that it was arrested at the end of the 50s and he wrote a novel about him which he call psycho and was adapted into a movie by alfred hitchcock as it turns out one of the greatest movies ever made that was the beginning really of my obsession with talking to mass murderers i interviewed massmurderers in california and then i arranged to interview ed gene i had already graduated from university wisconsin i was in berkeley sorry if this is a terribly roundabout way of telling a story but i went back to his cousin it was the allure of ed giddins i went back to wisconsin and i interviewed him several timeless at central state hospital for the criminally insane in will pond wisconsin and i got bitten by the interview buck something unknown looseleaf fascinating about energy is still fascinating about interviews and if you ask me why i think i could come up with a variety of answers i'm not sure any of them would be true who would really reflect the reason why i do it the and continue to do it even though i complain about it constantly like why am i doing this.
"robert block" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"English in there with you mean shilton team years in our justice hurled schefter was chronicled the lives of several of the most evil human beings in american history and one of them i think really stands above the rest and it's a story that for whatever reason has been a loss to history i mean we we all hear stories about you know people like ted bundy in the jeffrey dom are and as horrible is they are back in the nineteen teams in nineteen twenties there was an old man by the name of albert fish who haunts they build the memories of everybody who knows about him talk a little bit about fisher but you found out about what he did that it's funny should introduce out by talking about how he's been forgotten because of the the the way i've got off to this this story wins one ours read the book about it which was first of my store culture crime books i was in contact with robert block to repeat ritual books like up and one of the question routes don't was you know why did you think that people were so for you to play it gives and dancer to me was because he forgot about albert you go but said yesterday was in my mind divided many other people that single most serial perder of the analysts over there can crime which is sank a great deal um well oh man who all had been against subjected to although this to start excuse of it anyway i don't but harbaugh horrible physical wentz sexual abuse is child in place to this really to read distortion it's where he was i work shouldn't various ways in and it grew up just you know becoming this an incredible say distant massacre stymied you can only achieve sexual pleasure are you do it looked in pain another boldface mostly children or suffering all kinds of it with it physical torment himself and it spent his entire long life grooming around the country basically raping him torture again vertebrate young children and in the nineteen twenty eight when he was already.