17 Burst results for "Robert Chambers"

"robert chambers" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

04:18 min | 9 months ago

"robert chambers" Discussed on Gun Talk

"Well, yeah. And what you'll often find is that you will all do pretty much the same thing when you go hunting, but then you can talk about the minutia of each rifle and expand your rifle loneliness. There you go. I also have been from the very beginning that the first center fire rifle ever fired and I still have it was my mother's two 57 Roberts, which actually is stamped 25 Roberts. It's that old. Oh, yeah. Pretty cool. That is an old one. Yeah. Is the chamber of the standard two 57 Roberts chamber, though? There is that question. And I've been thinking about that. Have a shot at 35 years. And I'm thinking, I know we shot just factory ammo in it and who knows what the chamber really is because there was a difference between the original 25 Roberts and the remit and two 57. Not a lot, but a little bit. Yeah. I need to make a chamber cast of that. Let me ask you something. There's nothing out on the show last hour. I talked about the 6.5 creed more. Massive popularity of it now. And so, yeah, it's a 6 by 55 Swede with a fast twist rate. Big, big F and deal. But, and here's what I think it is doing more than anybody understands or realizes is it has educated and convinced an entire generation of hunters that you don't need a Magnum to shoot a deer. Or an elf. And if it actually makes them better shots because of the lower recoil. And if you're better shot, you put the bullet in the right place. If you put it to the boat in the right place, then it's time to go sharpen your knife. Yep, exactly. I know a guy in Montana. He's in his mid 30s. And he was one of those younger guys who think he thought he needed some sort of really hard kick in 300 mega them to kill Elk. And then his wife wanted to start climbing. And so he got her a 6 5 three one, which was the thing to do. And he went to cited in at the range and try it out. He said, hey, I kind of like this. Shooting isn't quite creed more too. Yep, well. Yeah, if people are figuring out, you really want a lot of people, veterans have known for a long time. I could kill an Elk where the two 80 Remington just as dead as you can with your 300 Magnum blaster. Yes. And part of it's the bullets are so good these days. Well, they're a big game bullet that will do things with two thirds of the bullet weight that are half of the bullet weight. Old fashioned bullets did. We'll penetrate this deeply and well. The monolithics, the barns who would be in the prototype of that drop down in bullet weight and still get the same kind of ballistic performers terminal performance. And it's kind of hard for those of us who have been around a long time because we have these ideas of for a sub millimeter. It should be a 160 grain bullet for a 30 caliber should be a 180° bullet. And all of that was based on the bullet design from 40 years ago. Yeah, exactly. And a lot of people, even Eileen, my wife, she started hunting Elk with a two 70, Winchester, which is her big gun then. And eventually it got it was an ultra light arms. But eventually the recoil got to be too much for and so she started stepping down in caliber and bullet weight and sure last two else you still with the two 57 Roberts using a hundred grain bullet and the three O 8 using a 130 gram roller. Guide promptly. I'm sorry. I read on the Internet that those bullets would bounce off of an Elk. Well, those Elk didn't think so. And they tasted pretty good too. Oh yeah, yeah, yeah. She shot a couple of nice, very nice. One was a medium sized cow. One was a great big calendar, both pace declined to put a lot of meat in the freezer. Speaking of which I should let people know that Eileen also turns out a lot of really good wild game cookbooks also available at rifles and recipes dot com between what you guys do there. John, hold on a second. I'm going to take a quick break.

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"robert chambers" Discussed on Six Degrees of WTF

Six Degrees of WTF

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"robert chambers" Discussed on Six Degrees of WTF

"Wondering what all the fus is about. Check out this sneak peek of the latest members only episode from 6° of what the. Hello, stabby, cool kids. Welcome back to another Doc watch episode. This time around, we are watching the property murder. This one, if you want to watch along, it's available on Sundance, or if you have AMC plus, you can get it there as well because AMC plus includes Sundance. And you can also see it on prime on the dot club. Yeah. This I didn't put down the synapses of this one. Do you have it in your notes? I can give it to you real question. That's what she said. All right, so we watched the preppy murder. And here is the synopsis actually from IMDb. Beautiful teenager, Jennifer Levin is found strangled to death in Central Park. A prep school heartthrob Robert chambers is arrested for the crime. Press ceases on his provocative claim that Jennifer's death happened accidentally during, quote, rough sex. I think that is a pretty good summary. Of what this was. It is. Do you remember hearing about this way back when? I do remember hearing about it. But again, I didn't really pay much attention to what was going on in the world. Right. Aside from this was when this was what 86 87 86 August 26 86, I see my notes here. This was right before I started high school. If it didn't have anything to do with my favorite movies, my favorite bands. It was just kind of out of sight out of mind. So I remember hearing about this. I've heard about the case since, but I didn't know the details. Yeah, I remember I was up in kerville, Texas, visiting my grandmother. When this happened, and I remember sitting at her bar in the kitchen, reading, I think it was the People magazine that had it on the cover. Because this guy, Robert chambers was very good-looking. And this whole thing that a.

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"robert chambers" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"robert chambers" Discussed on PRI's The World

"To play the olympics of set of new zona. Do the right way. I want to do with full crowds. I wanna do with my guests there. I wanna do it. When i'm able to watch other athletes do their thing and that's the olympics for me. The olympics the way. It's going to go on his not. The olympics curious hasn't officially pulled out of the games yet but he posted on instagram yesterday. That he does intend to play in a tournament in atlanta. Which just happens to run at the same time as the olympics and can't be two places at once so yeah. This is impacting players right. Yeah in many ways. The world's bank hillier with the latest on the tokyo olympics. A state of emergency declared and no spectators loud. It's going to be different. thanks bianca. Thanks marco the border between the. Us and canada is still restricted. As it's been for sixteen months that's been a big problem for. Us border towns that rely on canadians crossing over to shop and do business a prime example point roberts washington it's on the north side of puget sound isolated from the us mainland but connected to peninsula in british columbia. Benjamin pain has our story these days. It's tough for americans. Like me. To get to point roberts before the pandemic i could drive through british columbia to get here now. My only option is a two hour ferry right from the city of bellingham washington population. Ninety thousand two point roberts population one thousand residents here get their electricity from canada their water from canada and until the pandemic most of their business from canada. When i walk into the only grocery store in town the aisles are stocked but customers almost nowhere to be seen july for today's candidate sunday july fourth. This should be my absolute kick butt week of the year. That's allie hayden. She's the owner of this place. The point roberts international marketplace. But these days it's not so international to operate on fifty thousand dollars in volume a week when in a peak summer month like this. We should be doing three hundred fifty a week. It's just not sustainable. Hayden had been banking on the border to reopen at the end of june but then the us and canada extended the closure when they announced that they were gonna extend it another month It was soul-crushing is the only way i can describe it. It was the first time. I ever felt absolutely defeated. Like i can't do this anymore. Later on in our interview something or rather someone grabs heathens attention. Out of the corner of rye. A white hair gentleman. Eighty years old is looking through the window of hayden's office. It's brian calder. President of the point roberts chamber of commerce. He's holding a bright orange t shirt and it says inmate three twenty twenty point roberts locked down three twenty twenty as in march twenty twenty when the border shutdown began on zone t shirts. We got them yesterday to nestle. Fifteen and i got for online orders from minnesota. He's driving around town selling them to raise awareness of what feels too many like economic imprisonment so i hitch a ride with colder in his truck. He takes me. Just down the road to point roberts shell center a general store gas station manager and part owner chuck layered tells me. They used to have eighteen fulltime employees. Now they're down to just one him and we can't afford to make my regular paycheck. I'm working like double hours for the same amount of money. My daughter's over here working for free just to keep the doors open as a sign of. Just how reliant town is on canadians. Gas here is sold by the leader. The next stop is point to point parcel shipping and receiving warehouse. It's on the same block. As the port of entry into point roberts called sneeze. Beth is manager and part owner. We just celebrated our twenty year anniversary of being in business and it's been a struggle. We almost feel like we've kind of gone back twenty years. That's because their business model is built around canadian citizens in normal times ninety five plus percent of our businesses giving an address to a canadian to be able to use the mail order system in the us and have it shipped here than they come across the border but with the border closed. Canadians can't come down to pick up the packages and she says most canadians don't wanna have them shipped up north since the cost of international shipping. Shot up during the pandemic and about that border crossing just down the block. Now my biggest fear is it's going to reopen and there's no staff. I laid off eight of my ten staff last march and most of them have relocated. So i've been struggling trying to find staff to start coming back with the anticipation of the border actually reopening and. I'm not getting anywhere. Other small business owners. I spoke with that day have similar stories of struggle. A building supply store without its base of canadian property owners a cafe that just reopened on a trial run testing if it can stay afloat this summer without the hordes of hungary canadians come evening. It's time for me to hop back on the ferry. Captain comes on the speaker to our trip down. It's a long right. But at least i know when i'm getting home back to normal for the businesses and residents of roberts there's no telling when or even if normal will return for the world i'm benjamin pain a us diplomats sober assessment of the crisis. In haiti that's coming up next. You're listening to the world..

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"robert chambers" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"robert chambers" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Welcome you to cool regret Be here Fantastic to see you. President Joe Biden meeting with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson during a visit this morning to England, where he says the U. S. Will donate half a billion fighter covid vaccines. To nearly 100 low to middle income countries. Over the next year. America will be the arsenal of vaccines and our fight against Globe Covid 19. Just as America was the arsenal of democracy during World War two. I'm Stephen Portnoy in Washington. The White House says the overall goal of this trip before the president sits with Vladimir Putin is to demonstrate America's commitment to its traditional allies. The new Atlantic Charter, signed by Mr Biden and the British prime minister has been both pledging that NATO members will quote always be able to count on us Mr Biden's predecessor, Donald Trump, once referred to NATO as obsolete, and he pushed its members to contribute more to their own defense. Western Washington community isolated by the U. S. Canada border closure may soon get additional federal funds Got radios, Heather Bash explains. With the high vaccination rate and low covid count point, Roberts Chamber President Brian Elder said. We're not a threat to anybody. He tells global news that people can freely travel between his Washington State community and Canada, which shares point Roberts only land border. He's frustrated folks should be Congresswoman, Susan Del Bene agrees and has introduced legislation that would direct the U. S government to provide forgivable loans to small businesses. Like the Saltwater Cafe. I had six customers on Sunday. The cafes Tamara Hansen has seen business plummet without its Canadian customers. The biggest fair in the states will go on this year, The Washington State Fair, formerly known as the Puyallup Fair, W L. It will open September 3rd run for most of the month. Figures for the concerts go on sale tomorrow morning at 10 A.m. 3 33 time now for real time traffic. Here's Tracy Taylor. We're watching the lineup for drivers on north and a five outside of the Nisqually River Basin continues to slow to Dupont Silicon wrote in a joint base. Lewis McChord. We can thank an earlier issue for that one, and drivers are still hitting the brakes on south and a five not only as we get past Bridgeport, but it's pretty heavy until you get to about the main gate. There is some unusual crowding up There It is north and a 5 56 new the Tacoma Mall. I see a state patrolman with the D O T truck there on the side of the on ramp there at 56. So that's what's holding you up right now. From just after 72nd looks pretty good on 5 12 Round Steel Street. However, we are starting to really ramp up as we get closer to the canyon exit. There is some heavier traffic near the South Hill Mall in around the fairgrounds as well. The South and 167 Dr struggles after Highway 18 in Highway 18 East found as we get closer to Auburn way drivers are still feeling the pinch through Bellevue from some earlier issues will talk more about that..

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"robert chambers" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"robert chambers" Discussed on Women and Crime

"So i'm gonna give you a flipside example here because one that comes to my mind is the opposite and this was the jennifer levin murder in central park in nineteen eighty nine by robert chambers. The preppie murder. Kim preppie murder case and this was completely opposite. The media went to great lengths to establish him as this young handsome gentlemen. Who would never have done. You know anything harmful and to establish her. As kind of i think like a a loose girl it would go into the park so i think they victimized her and it wasn't until later on when a video leaked of him making fun of breaking her neck or killing her that the media turned on him but in the beginning. They treated him like you know he could do no wrong so that would be my example. That's really interesting to turn that around because usually we see it more when the media is trying to establish the guilt before defendant has their day in court but they also they get victims characters a lot when you see women who are victimized of sex crimes. I agree excellent. Thank you so much for that question. Then we have a question from thomas. Thomas wants to know what are some of your favorite podcasts. Listen to true crime related or not. Gosh amy's guy i mean. Do i even need to say my favorite podcasts armchair expert on like god armchair expert with dax shepard and when he does experts on experts. He brings in experts. Obviously and it's so funny but it's also such intelligent conversation. He so vulnerable. I love that podcast. I hope you are listening. Dax i love you. I also love work. Life with adam grant one. So he's an organizational psychologist and he is brilliant. To tell you the truth. I used to listen to only true crime. But since i do my own crime podcast. I don't listen at your crime anymore. I wish i could say the same on opposite you. What are you listening me. Obsessed with true crime podcast. I would say one of my favorite ones is shattered souls by karen smith she a former forensic investigator and she talks about her cases that she handled and how she processed that crime scene. And you know how go into court was and she has a really great delivery and she gives her victims real dignity. I think she's incredible. So i love that one. I think Why i'm like i'll i'll listen to tons of like datelines and whatnot just because i always liked that format. I like smart louis. Oh yes that's a good thing. Do you know really because that's started with armchair expert because jason bateman was one of his first guests and it was one of the best interviews i've ever heard i actually do know that and i appreciate it and i do like dax also and i also like James got me into for news. No agenda oh yeah no absolutely love no agenda. I feel like. I really going to be informed them on the news and not be like persuaded or sold. You know idea. Listen to the daily. Also which i know. Some people think has an agenda. Which might but my go-to news. I understand all right. Thanks for the great question thank you. And then lastly we have latasha question so she had a couple of questions and they're also interesting so our first question is talking about how a child's brain develops witnessed violence or go through traumatic events. So this could be hours of conversation. This is a huge topic. A whole course. The whole course what we can say. Well what i'll try to say in a nutshell is that trauma in early childhood. Ken disrupt individual's attachment we talk about attachment disorders. All the time. There could be cognitive. Delays there can be impaired. Emotional regulation could also lead to some general anxiety social withdrawal depression and we know all of these are also related to crime so this goes back to the victimization the the link between victimization and criminal offending..

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"robert chambers" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY

REALITY OF REALITY

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"robert chambers" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY

"I knew michael dorian The he was the son of john dory and I how i mean have gone there. Yes did i go there at that crowd no but A little bit older than he was in. That crowd was younger anyway but So that was what attracted me to that story in particular. I was like new york in the eighties group in their the eighties. And i knew robert chambers and so part of what was satellites. Sorry i just what. What is your perception of back fan. Before all that happened he was just quiet. He was a quiet kind of tall. Maybe a little bit brooding. He was probably sad in person. I i would say But a lot of the guys. I knew he hung out with. Were kind of dark. You know they were going through there was they. Were troubled were a lot of drugs. They didn't come from families that were necessarily stable and and this isn't an excuse for what he did at all. I'm just telling you what my impressions of him were and we hung out pretty soon as friends with a group of friends pretty regularly. I pretty much. I can't quite remember much. You know because he was very quiet but the access we had in the series was based on people that i grew up with an anne as well had gone to college with his high school girlfriend. So who went on to be an actor right. Yes i kind of deep dive on her a little bit after. Yeah yeah yes exactly. So and then survived differences. Similar like we. We were very interested in having giving the women and going and meeting the women and talking to them about their experience with joan. If you want me talk about joan. Joan is interesting because we had just done. The devil came on horseback. Which was serious and you know again based on this one young former. Us marine captain. Who had been indoor four. And i was talking to my mother. Who was who was friends with joan rivers and said you know you really should spend time with her. She's just like people she really..

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"robert chambers" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

09:05 min | 1 year ago

"robert chambers" Discussed on WJR 760

"60 wjr. Welcome back into the program. Everybody nice to have you with us. You know, it's a spot where we always keep you the best informed audience in all of radio, and it was great sadness that we had to pass along The news that our former colleague John MacCulloch had passed away yesterday and It's very, very sad. You heard dicks. Remembrances. We who worked with John MacCulloch had great respect for what he did. He was one of the real pioneers of talk radio in Detroit. At any rate will get back to the phones out. 808 590957 and head out to Canton right now, Keith, you're next. Thanks for holding Thank you. Good morning. Good morning, Mike. My comments kind of piggyback on what Paul Mitchell and said former politician here that it would be, you know, for the good of the nation. Uh oh. And this It's exactly the opposite. It's for the good of the nation to continue this because even if Joe Biden one trump one, whoever people have to have confidence in the election, I've lived in Wayne County all my life. I'm not a moron. A trial attorney, then one for almost 30 years, and it is not right. We feel we have four voters in our house. We feel like our votes were stolen. We've never in all the time that we've lived here. Had this. Many people come forward with problems. We watched the hearings and Michigan watched him in Pennsylvania, watched him in Arizona. And it's just crazy. You know, when you heard her the testimony out of Pennsylvania, I saw this yesterday again where they were talking about a truckload full of thousands of ballots were delivered to a pole in Pennsylvania. From New York. The truck was from New York. What was the truck in New York doing with Pennsylvania ballots? And they were pre filled out. According to the to the driver. It's just crazy, the driver's former military thing It's the weather it it's where there's smoke. There's fire. There's just issues going on here. It takes courage for people to stand up and do something. And you know cowardice lives on forever because it eats at you every day when you don't do something. That's why I was good to hear Senator Lucy, Don't. We saw him yesterday as well. But, you know, courts always want to put it to the Legislature. The Legislature always want upon it back to the courts instead of moving the ball down the field and scoring a touchdown and that Z. You need. It needs to be gone for here, and people need to do what's right. They have the absolute right to send the Legislature's that are supported by the actual evidence to vote in January. And in Congress. Alright. Appreciate the call. Thanks so very much good thoughts and we'll hear from you again. I'm sure we thank you for being with us today. Let's go to Detroit right now. And no Hold on. Hold on. Let me back up Just a bit. Go to Shelby Township. Greg. Mr. Positives on the lot. I understand how you been. Good, Frances. Great Show real quick. Um I'm going to miss Dickie. Hey, Finner. Number one number two. John McCollough is a legend. Mark Scott, David Newman, JP McCarthy and Frances Que Beckman Right in that league. I gotta tell you Everyone listens to you. I'm wearing my Mr positive shirt and everyone goes. I hear you on back when I hear you want Beckman and real quick. I got breakfast this morning. And, uh, I went to a restaurant and I did a drive through and I said, how's business? And the young lady. I'm not gonna tell the name of the business, but the young lady goes. Uh, it's terrible. If you're old. You're going to die anyway. So you're you know, we should just have everyone work. That's the mindset of the Trump result there and you know that I'm a Trumper. Do you realize what that means? That all of a sudden I met a drive through and the young lady goes Well, your old anyway, you're going to die anyway. So, uh, That's the mindset out there, my friend. It's terrible. That zoo not one that a lot of a share, though. Well, maybe a lot of people do shared. I don't know. I have not heard it that much. And when I hear that sort of thing, Greg, I still I'm stunned by it. I'm taking it back. I gotta tell you when I was just taking a back by that go Really This is I mean, it's all perception. If you're 10 years old 50 year old 50 years, 40 Year old are old. If you're 40 years old, maybe 60 70 and 80 year old. I mean, it's all perception, and it's just it's you know what If you're gonna take that attitude, you're gonna die anyways. Then why is any life worth living? I mean, let's let's save some time, but getting you out of here early, you know? That Z. That's not a good argument at all. No, no, no, my friend. Hey, thanks for taking my call Appreciated. Take care. We'll talk again soon. Robert in Detroit, this next up on the Frank Beckmann show. Hello, Robert. How you doing, Frank? I am sorry to hear about you guys. Colleague there. Thank you so much. Good one side. I don't know whether you knew John McCulloch, whether you had the chance to listen to him on the radio, and I know you know, you guys Where? You know that was your guy. So you have my condolences. Thank you, sir. Yes, sir. Uh, now, ma, my comment is, uh, I just wonder if all this conversation would be had, if you know, the reputation of African Americans is usually low voter turnout When you having elections elections in the past, you know, it's always a conversation after that election about the Lobo to turn out of African Americans. I mean, the president even thank them said thank you for not voting. You know, Um and you know nobody. You know the conversation has had, And that's it. You know African Americans low voter turnout, you move on, you know, So now we got, you know a global pandemic and after African Americans overwhelmingly vote by mail and when the election for Joe Biden And here we are a month later trying to steal throaty votes out. I mean, you got people in front of the voting centers or the counting centers, you know, in Maga hats praying they only need that the hands in the air praying, trying to pray. The vote away got Giuliani on a nationwide tour with hair down, running down his face. Talking about get rid of those votes and and, you know, I hear it talked about about Democrat areas and Republican area. I think that should be changed to black area than white areas because they're trying to throw the black areas out. It's the black areas of Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania that a month later after the election, everybody is losing their damn mind. Trying to get those votes thrown out. But Robert Chambers just back up while they were those same people were complaining about it on election night they were down at TCF Center is, you know, and they were saying that keeping us out they're not letting us and they were complaining on election night, too. Yeah, well, there's nothing I mean, you know, in regards to you know, I don't know if it is a bona fide law that says you must let people win. But you know what? They don't want to let other people win to disturb the process. No says they have to, man. The people should get the hell on somewhere, man. So what? Just because they're guys losing. You know who they don't You know that the privilege of coming in, uh, you know, disrupting the process. I mean, and that's all that was gonna happen. I mean, Robert, No, I take it your abiding supporter, right? Some world you know that don't matter, Believe it. Just just follow me here. I'm trying to follow a train of thought. And I've got a question for you in my questions. Really? Very simple. If you know, vote for who you want. You've got a right to make up your own mind. You've got a right to vote. You got a right to vote for whom you want. But my question is simply this. Why was their overwhelming support in the African American community for Joe Biden? Do you believe what what makes him such an attractive candidate for president of the United States in your mind to the African American community because he won that vote overwhelmingly. Mm hmm. Well, I don't think that itwas probably, uh, the total bombastic nous if I can make up a word off Donald Trump that master bomb basket. Maybe that's the wrong one. Vote for me. You ain't black. That's what that's what you all by yourself. Okay, Well, what I mean is, you know the sort of four years you know, Trump has been, you know, unusual President just, you know, Andre African Americans got tired of it, you know,.

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"robert chambers" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"robert chambers" Discussed on KOMO

"Governor's mansion after results start to come in challenger Lauren Cope is working to get last minute votes. And he says he's confident today that we're gonna make history and I'm so proud and humbled of all the same time representing you, as the person that's going to take over the governor's office will be at an event in tune. I know when results come in. Charlie. Harder come. Oh news, one of the more hotly contested races in Washington state is one that voters often overlook. We have more from comas. Jeff Pooja was the superintendent of public instruction oversees the state's public school system, not exactly a high profile political position. But this year incumbent Chris Rake dollars being challenged by my Espinosa largely over the comprehensive sex Ed bill that passed earlier this year. Then it's also little bit tied to Koven. You know this frustrations amongst parents of the kids not being able to go back to school political analyst Ron Dots our says there has been little to no polling on the race, so it could be one of the closer contests when we start seeing returns later tonight. Jeff Pooja. Wait. Comeau News Well, one side said it's material is inappropriate for younger kids. The other says it's necessary for Children's physical and mental health. Cuomo's Ryan Harris, with more on referendum, 90 goes against our 90 like Beth Deron Seong say If parents don't want their kids to see the material, some district hold one meeting and that parents can't opt out if they miss it. Plus kids who miss out will hear about it in the hallways and recess. Kids talk about the possibility and the lightly but of being bully our TV for being opted out. Having to walk out of classrooms are 90 proponents, including Courtney Norman, say that's just not true, and that the material has to be a dja pro PRI It like for the youngest kids, social and emotional learning people learning how to understand that manage their emotions set and achieve positive goals. Learn the characteristics of a friend and howto ask someone to be your friends. The measure was already passed by lawmakers and signed by the governor, So you're voting to approve or keep it or to reject or repeal it. Brian Harris Comeau News. Well, People on both sides of the U. S. Canada border are watching the election. But perhaps none more closely than one small community caught right in the middle of co most, Romero explains, surrounded by water on three sides. Point, Roberts is in what come county but to get to the rest of the U. S. They have to drive 25 miles through Canada and re enter the US and Blaine, except that Canada shut down the border in March due to Cove it Brian called her with the point Roberts Chamber of Commerce says they feel abandoned by both governments. But I hope there's a change in government and we get a more Reasonable, rational and positive, uh, government elected. He believes that if Trump stays in office, Canada is less likely to reopen the border because of the way the U. S. Has handled the outbreak. Meanwhile, President Trump seems competent. I think we have a very solid chance of winning. See Romero. Common use camo news Time now for 30 for an update on traffic..

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"robert chambers" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"robert chambers" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Y. P. C. mobile news on the level on the go they agreed partly cloudy in eighty two downtown on court Darling here's what's trending at ten thirty one president trump and former vice president Joe Biden appeared to agree with each other when it comes to calls to defund police during a White House roundtable with law enforcement Monday trump said there won't be any defunding disbanding or dismantling of police department as provided he also says he doesn't support the funding but it is it is in favor of funding community policing programs and to work improving relations between police and communities North Korea is cutting off all communications with South Korea fox's Simon it'll plating the move on south Korean activists flying critical leaflets across the border St the riffraff for carrying out hostile acts North Korea has repeatedly seven hot lights before in times of tension South Korea saying it will continue to strive for peace and prosperity Sunday nine fox news anchor Darling on the level on the go and on Twitter at ninety three W. white BC and W. white BC dot com ten thirty two back to the checks ABG Indo Robert chambers our it's time for the chicks on the right I was so excited at the story I don't remember what story I was excited about talking about it all day long from.

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"robert chambers" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"robert chambers" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Is under arrest after he allegedly robbed a convenience store at knife point in the town of where him police responded to Cape Cod gas on cranberry highway Saturday shortly after five PM they were told that a young male armed with a knife had demanded cash and cigarettes he also had a bandanna covering his face the attendant to scuffled with the suspect the knife fell on the ground and the suspect ran away please set up a perimeter and canine Lambert's soon had the alleged robber under arrest the juvenile male was expected to be arraigned this week a thirty one year old soldier from Taunton has been laid to rest at the national cemetery in Bourne Christopher Robert chambers was a decorated war veteran who served two tours in the Afghanistan conflict and was honorably discharged with the rank of army specialist veterans police officers and others attended the ceremony to pay their respects the Massachusetts state police have busted a suspected meth lab last week they executed a search at a north Attleboro residents and arrested two suspects were allegedly producing the drug using a so called single pot method Jamie Nickerson enchanted daily were arraigned in Attleboro District Court more problems with the steamship authority their ticket booking website crash today just as they opened it up for people to reserve summer travel tickets to Martha's vineyard vacation planners hoping to secure space for their vehicles expressed frustration on social media on Twitter the authority said it would fix the problem the steamship authority provides car ferry service from Cape Cod to the vineyard and their vessel repair facility is in fair haven steamship authority ferries have been plagued by mechanical problems as of late governor Charlie Baker delivers his state of the state address tonight the speech at the state house comes one day before the governor is expected to unveil his fiscal twenty twenty one state budget Baker leaders on Beacon Hill are assuming that revenue growth will stand at only two point eight percent this year due to a possible economic slowdown Baker hopes to ramp up contributions to the state's massive unfunded pension liability and to increase spending on public schools in sports the Bruins are home tonight against the golden knights Bruins lead the Atlantic division by six points over Tampa Bay tomorrow the Celtics will host the Grizzlies at.

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"robert chambers" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

12:52 min | 2 years ago

"robert chambers" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Right so that's the trailer from this when they see us Netflix show that I've been telling about that I watch that I think is is an absurdity that is rewriting history that somebody was actually dug into the details of the case it is one of the few people that I know little dental openly say that this is all just nonsense and these guys were actually guilty I agree with her to bring her on because I'm least about the only one we got a call to everybody author of fourteen best selling books she's incredibly all know that and thank you so much for joining us thank you good to be here box accent all righty let's just get right to this what have you special have you seen the Netflix documentary about I thought documented effort show I probably should but not but I do not hate watching watching MSNBC all that I agree are fair enough but you you know with that with the I. so I want to run past you some of what the show the talking points are about why these guys are are in this for the Central Park five they got over forty million dollars in the city of New York everyone saying things like okay let's start with this one and they've been exonerated by DNA why is that it's hard to flash back now to a time when DNA was not was well described as a novel science DNA was just starting to be used in criminal cases it really didn't come into use until around regular use until two thousand one it was only a year before the sound of our great took place the DNA was used in the first in the first criminal case in any case in in America with the case down in Florida it wasn't enough in the OJ case New York state didn't have a database that wasn't I don't think it was even clear at that point whether it could be used in New York state yeah it was being described as this wacky radical thing and you know I mean think to yourself there have been a lot of crimes that were solved before two thousand one we may all be you know forensic files it's really fun to totally nail somebody who had gotten away with it Scot free before people had before and they had the annex the crimes were solved and in fact for new Yorkers there was a crime just a few years before remember the preppy murder case yeah Robert chambers yeah she went to my school really haven't yes he murder in Central Park after meeting her in Dorian's right hand and it was solved in the exact same way New York City police are very very good they they get a little bit of circumstantial evidence they presented to the defendant and the defendant and up contrasting actually what Robert chambers the end no one has any doubts about his guilt and the same thing happened with the with the five Central Park welcome convicted and then closed exonerated center park rapist there were about thirty seven mostly teenagers mostly under under the age of sixteen they were on vacation just as they call it Wilding through Central Park that night they were there's there's there's no question and it's a lot of people which I think is very you know that even in that trailer every black male in the park is a suspect that woman says the actors but actually the suspect that they rounded up were people who had attacked numerous people including putting one of the hospital beat him in the head with a pipe almost killed him yeah yeah there were I think at least one was knocked unconscious no two were knocked unconscious one have and restaurant school yeah yeah and ended up with permanent injuries no one denies that I mean even the the the person in the D. A.'s office assistant DA Ryan I forget what a first thing what she was assigned to the case by Robert more than father died Manhattan D. A. by the way it is it is pretty well established by by the police and DA's office that well I am the one who quote wrote the report exonerating the five he did win the fairest the and so of all people in the office to assign this case you had a good to look over this case you know your arch rivals crowning achievement and see how she did anyway even in her report she were totally admitted yep they did all these other crimes in the park so these kids were running through there about thirty seven of them they were all Prodi and there call nine one one calls going wild to the police as people are coming out of the park covered in blood being chased having rocks thrown out dumb and so on and so forth so the police descend on on counterparts arrested bunch of them over the next twenty four hours about thirty seven are brought in so for one thing you have to you have to wonder and understaffed and questions and waited to see what they said who they implicated and and slowly it narrowed down narrow down in one case policemen I mean this is all within the law you're allowed to use a little trickery in questioning a suspect you don't you don't have to everything doesn't have to be the truth what you can't do according to the law you say something to a defendant that would be likely to get an innocent person to confess so you can't say you know you're in if you confess to this now to sign on the dotted line you can go which is odd seeing this alleged by some of the defendants families and they were promised but they said that the it may be able to go home if they just admitted to raping and nearly murdering a woman I don't know why anyone anyone would think that but no there was no evidence that the police said such a thing there was one policeman who said I think it was two Raymond Santana sad you know there were we found fingerprints on the joggers pants so if they are you're you're going down to this right classic in anyone's ever watch law and order would say that's what comes to all the time I actually work with cops and they would tell me that's what they would do all the time right it's actually very clever and it got to be desired result Santana immediately can fax now why would you can if you weren't involved great check the fingerprints are not gonna be mine so that would not leave an innocent person to conduct internally there I also I also found the one who had the had the scratch under his eyes who initially told the detective and this is on the court transcripts it told the detective your partner did that he goes well I'm a bring my partner in here and by the way why would a cop scratching with a fingernail under the IRA I'm not think cops don't ever abused people but they don't do the old scratching you wonder the I. routine that's bizarre and then as soon as it is very brief partner in the guy says yeah like I just grabbed the lady's breast or some like he just crazy yes he had at least three different stories for the scratch on his face first he said it was his cap that debt then he said it was the policeman then they said we're gonna bring the policeman and see who's telling a more plausible story and eventually he said yeah it was it was a job or so you know the concessions want the way concessions in these things tend to go they all minimize their own role role they all said they were they are they they point to this one or that one doing the right thing and just say I held legs down they told many other many of their friends and acquaintances who by the way when they were re interviewed thirteen years later one this allegedly exonerating DNA evidence came out most of the rest of it couldn't be tested there was just this one spot and and they always knew that that one of the rapists have gotten away that these five words all of them but when they re interviewed be friends and acquaintances of the areas of the five whom they had told one one testified that night in the park that one of the five sad we just write the girl another one over heard two of them saying laughing about we made it we made a woman believe two of them said that these are witnesses friend that a claim does that the next day I forget which one it was Cory wise maybe came up to them and said you heard about that attack in the park last night that was us and one of the best ones I think because it's kind of funny the sister of one of the friends of a friend of one of the five said he called the house and she and obviously this is all over the news he called from Ryker's island and and she you know yell at him and said what are you doing and he said I I I didn't do it I just held her legs down and then he named another of the five saying while the after I mean and what with the pizza so so people think and you know there's that you and I are crazy right because this is now this is now finished their exonerated it's it's it's like racist tend to believe these guys actually did I mean it's about race to believe they're running around beating people almost to death in the park for no reason but let's put that aside cause that's all admitted and on the record but beyond that with this of their people that think what do they say to you like if you want to show up but you know that well so the bill Maher show but you want these places where we're gonna poo and yell and tell you that you're wrong what's there is it just the DNA exoneration is is just chanting stupidity in your face of what they say I don't know I mean you see in this this Netflix thing so I guess that's probably what the on educated think think is the truth and just you know that they they cast a kid as Richard St who I've looked at all the mug shot to these guys and and and I've I've watched the interrogation and the confessions that you know the videos are out there you can see them the kid that cast as Richard sin can be a little older than eleven years old and is crying the whole time and if you see who these kids I mean I'm a six foot tall two hundred pound male these five kids who were fifteen years old if they came after me on the reservoir part of Central Park I know very well I don't think it would go well for me right now all I will say something I I mentioned in one of my columns I've I read through all of the concessions I've chapter on this in in my book the I think it's a guilty regardless about it and demonic of the demonic their ago about group thing got mobbed in here with the physical mob and then you have the media mob deciding let's undermine people's faith in the criminal justice system by coming along thirteen years later and instead of instead of two multi ethnic juries and there was a six week preliminary hearing in this case six weeks to do nothing but attacked the concessions testimony was put on here and testified I gather a lot of the the claims being made I mean I'm just from that trailer you just played for me where's my son get my son out there there was only one of the of the five who was ever interrogated without a parents or or adult guardian present and not was I forget which one you gave I think mavens and Santana he gave them the the the cops a fake ID and claimed he was sixteen well okay he can be questioned without under the law you can be questioned without appearing on he wasn't question very long before his mother showed up and said no we just fifteen instantly the interrogation stopped all further interrogation went forward with apparent present I'm not one of them can pass without being in the presence of the parent when I was about to say was I having read through the contractions on and everything being written down on what was going on what what what kind of is particularly depressing about this little some of them not all of them but I mean I really love we pair and who came to their son and said tell the truth and face the consequences and and and you know what would criticize their sons one father came out again which son came out talk to the cops went back in and talk to someone saying what the cops don't believe you and neither do I just tell the truth so what I found interesting about this was I'm I do think some of them probably I mean I haven't been a thirteen year old boy but they have a raging hormones are in a group I was in the middle of writing a book about group behavior and my and how mobs behave and people will do things in a mob that they would never do never do on their own they they each because they were juveniles each only served about five years they could have taken the consequences and emerged better man and and and have learned from their parents who told them tell the truth but now then these lefties in the media come forward and say no just lie about all and we're gonna see the Netflix thing they actually have a detective take one of the parents out in the hallway and say tell your kid to live basically or else we're gonna talk about your criminal record with your boss to get you fired from your job that actually happens in the in the show like through this whole thing is just a fantasy it's all right I mean are you at you know are you at OJ level guild certainty with the Central Park five at what level certain J. yes I agree with the multi ethnic curious the judges and the.

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"robert chambers" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

11:40 min | 2 years ago

"robert chambers" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Window blockers off helping the economy this is the best of the Buck Sexton show as Lois one email charter was severely beaten and raped and relax last night is a suspect I need all of them when I when the sun the sun was involved in Central Park are you ready Kevin I want to see my son right now he said all right so that's the trailer from this when they see us Netflix show that I've been telling about that I watch that I think is is an absurdity that is rewriting history that somebody was actually dug into the details of the case it is one of the few people that I know that'll that'll openly say that this is all just nonsense and these guys were actually guilty I agree with their help to bring her on because I'm least I'm not the only one we got a call to everybody author of fourteen best selling books she's incredibly all know that and thank you so much for joining us thank you good to be here box accent all righty let's just get right to this what have you first have you seen the Netflix documentary about I thought documented Netflix show I probably should but I but I do enough hate watching watching MSNBC all that well I I agree are fair enough but you know what that what the I so I want to run past you some of what the store or the talking points are about why these guys are are in this for the Central Park five they got over forty million dollars in the city of New York everyone saying things like okay let's start with this one and they've been exonerated by DNA why is that not true armed it's hard to flash back now to a time when DNA was not was well described as a novel science DNA was just starting to be used in criminal cases it really didn't come into use until around regular use until two thousand one so it was only a year before the son of our great to place the DNA was used in the first in the first criminal case in any case in in America it was the case down in Florida they were it wasn't enough in the OJ case New York state didn't have a database it wasn't I don't think it was even clear at that point whether it could be used in New York state yet it was being described as this wacky radical thing and you know I mean thing to yourself there have been a lot of crimes that were solved before two thousand one we may all be you know I'm I love forensic files it's really fun to totally male somebody who had gotten away with it Scot free before people had before and they had the annex the crimes were solved and in fact for new Yorkers there was a crime just a few years before remember the preppy murder case yeah Robert chambers yes you went to my school really yeah and yes the murder in Central Park after meeting her in Dorian's right hand and it was solved in the exact same way New York City police are very very good they they get a little bit of circumstantial evidence they presented to the defendant and the defendant ends up confessing that exactly what Robert chambers did not have any doubts about his guilt and the same thing happened with the with the five Central Park welcome convicted and then quote exonerated tundra park rapist there were about thirty seven didn't mostly teenagers mostly under under the age of sixteen maybe they were on vacation just by as they call it Wilding through Central Park that night they were there's there's there's no question and they talk a lot of people which I think is very you know that even in that trailer every black male in the park is a suspect that woman says the actors but actually the suspect that they rounded up were people who had attacked numerous people including putting one of the hospital beat him in the head with a pipe almost killed him yeah yes there were I think at least one was knocked unconscious no two were knocked unconscious one have and restaurant school yeah yeah and ended up with permanent injuries no one denies that I mean even the the the person in the D. A.'s office assistant DA Ryan I forget what a first name what she was assigned to the case by Robert Morgan father died Manhattan D. A. by the way it is it is pretty well established by by the police and DA's office that Ryan the one who quote wrote the report exonerating the five he did win the fairest the and so of all people in the office to assign this case you have a good look over this case you know your arch rivals crowning achievement and see how she did anyway even in her report she were totally admitted yep they did all these other crimes in the parks so these kids were running through there about thirty seven of them they were all Prodi and there call nine one one calls going wild to the police as people are coming out of the park covered in blood being chase having rocks thrown out them and so on and so forth so the police descend on on time to parks arrest a bunch of them over the next twenty four hours about thirty seven are brought in so one thing you have to you have to wonder and then just ask them questions and waited to see what they said who they implicated and and slowly it narrowed down narrow down in one case a policeman I mean this is all within the law you're allowed to use a little trickery in questioning a suspect you don't you don't have to do everything doesn't have to be the truth what you can't do according to the law you say something to a defendant that would be likely to get an innocent person to confess so you can't say you know you're in if you confess to this now just sign on the dotted line you can go which is I've seen this alleged by some of the defendants families and they were promised but they said that they did they'd be able to go home if they just admitted to raping and nearly murdering a woman I don't know why anyone anyone would think that but no there was no evidence that the police said such a thing there was one policeman who said I think it was two Raymond Santana sad you know there were we found fingerprints on the joggers pants so if they are you're you're going down to this right that's a classic in anyone's ever watch law and order would say that's what cops do all the time I actually work with cops and they would tell me that's what they would do all the time right it's actually very clever and it got the desired result Santana immediately contracts now why would you can fax if you weren't involved great check the fingerprints are not gonna be mine so that would not leave an innocent person to conduct internally there I also I also found the one who had the had to scratch under his eyes who initially told the detective and this is on the court transcripts it told the detective your partner did that he goes well I'm a bring my partner in here and by the way why would a cop scratching with a fingernail under the IRA I'm not think cops don't ever abused people but they don't do the old scratching you wonder the I. routine that's just bizarre and then as soon as it is very brief partner in the guy says yeah like I just grabbed the lady's breast or some like he just the crazy yes he had at least three different stories for the scratch on his face first he said it was his cap that debt then he said it was the policeman then they said we're gonna bring the policeman and see who's telling a more plausible story and eventually he said yeah it was it was the job or so you know the concessions went away concessions in these things tends to go they all minimize their own wrote role they all said they were they are they they point to this one or that one doing the raping and just say I held her legs down they told many other many of their friends and acquaintances who by the way when they were re interviewed thirteen years later when this allegedly exonerating DNA evidence came out most of the rest of it couldn't be tested there was just this one spot and and they always knew that that one of the rapists had gotten away that these five words all of them but when they re interviewed be friends and acquaintances of the areas of the five whom they had told one one testified that night in the park that one of the five sad we just rape the girl another one over heard two of them saying laughing about we made it we made a woman believed it two of them said these are witnesses friends and acquaintances that the next day I forget which one it was Cory wise maybe came up to them and said you heard about that attack in the park last night that was us and one of the best ones I think because it's kind of funny the sister of of one of the friends of a friend of one of that five said he called the health and she'd and obviously this is all over the news he called from Ryker's island and and she you know yell at him and said what are you doing and he said I did I I didn't do it I just held her legs down and then he named another of the five saying while he after I mean and what with the pizza so so people think and you know there's that you and I are crazy right because this is now this is now finished their exonerated it's it's it's like racist tend to believe these guys actually did that mean it's about races to believe they're running around beating people almost a death in the park for no reason but let's put that aside cause that's all admitted and on the record but beyond that with this of their people that think what do they say to you like if if your show up but you know they're welcome to the bill Maher show but you know what these places where we're gonna Abboud yell and tell you that you're wrong what's there is it just the DNA exoneration is this just chanting stupidity in your face of what they say I don't know I mean you see in this this Netflix things so I guess that's probably what the on educated think think is the truth I just you know that they they cast a kid as Richard St who I've looked at all the mug shots of these guys and and and I've I've watched the interrogation and the confessions that you know the videos are out there people can see them the kid they cast is Richard St can't feel older than eleven years old and is crying the whole time and if you see who these kids I mean I'm a six foot tall two hundred pound male these five kids who are fifteen years old if they came after me on the reservoir part of Central Park I know very well I don't think it would go well for me and right now all I will say something I I mentioned in one of my columns I've I read through all of the confessions of a chapter on this in in my book I think it's a guilty regardless about it's it's it's an demonic at the demonic area about groups saying gun mobs and here with the physical mob and then you have the media mob deciding what's undermine people's faith in the criminal justice system by coming along thirteen years later and instead of instead of two multi ethnic juries and there was a six week preliminary hearing in this case six weeks to do nothing but attacked the confessions testimony was put on hearings testified I gather a lot of the the claims being made I mean I'm just from that trailer you just played for me where's my son get my son out there there was only one of of the five who was ever interrogated without a parents or or adult guardian present and not was I forget which one you gave I think mavens and Santana he gave them the that.

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"robert chambers" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

11:21 min | 2 years ago

"robert chambers" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Emails order was severely beaten and raped black male party last night is a suspect I need them when I when the sun the sun was involved in Central Park I saw you late Kevin I want to see my son all right so that's the trailer from this when they see us Netflix show that I've been telling about that I watch that I think is is an absurdity that is rewriting history that somebody was actually dug into the details of the case it is one of the few people that I know that'll that'll openly say that this is all just nonsense move these guys were actually guilty I agree with their help to bring her on because I'm pleased about the only one we got a call to everybody author of fourteen best selling books she's incredibly you'll know that and thank you so much for joining us thank you good to be here box accent all right let's just get right to this what have you first have you seen the Netflix documentary about I thought documented effort show I probably should but up but I do enough hate watching watching MSNBC all that well I I agree are fair enough but you know what that what the so I want to run past you some of what the school or the talking points are about why these guys are are in this for the Central Park five they got over forty million dollars in the city of New York everyone saying things like okay let's start with this one and they've been exonerated by DNA why is that not for it's hard to flash back now to a time when DNA was not was well described as a novel science DNA was just starting to be used in criminal cases it really didn't come into use until around regular use until two thousand one so it was only a year before the son of our great took place that DNA was used in the first in the first criminal case in any case in in America it was the case down in Florida it wasn't enough in the OJ case New York state didn't have a database it wasn't I don't think it was even clear at that point whether it could be used in New York state yeah it was being described as this wacky radical thing and you know I mean think to yourself there have been a lot of crimes that were solved before two thousand one we may all be you know forensic files it's really fun to totally male somebody who had gotten away with it Scot free before people had before and they had the annex the crimes were solved and in fact for new Yorkers there was a crime just a few years before remember the preppy murder case yeah Robert chambers yes you went to my school really yeah and yes the murder in Central Park after meeting her in Dorian's right hand and it was solved in the exact same way New York City police are very very good they they get a little bit of circumstantial evidence they presented to the defendant and the defendant ends up confessing of exactly what Robert chambers the end no one has any doubts about his guilt and the same thing happened with the with the five Central Park well convicted and then closed exonerated tundra park rapist there were about thirty seven mostly teenagers mostly under under the age of sixteen maybe they were on vacation just by as they call it Wilding through Central Park that night they were there's there's there's no question and they talk a lot of people which I think is very you know that we're not even in that trailer every black male in the park is a suspect that woman says the actors but actually the suspect that they rounded up were people who had attacked numerous people including putting one of the hospital beat him in the head with a pipe almost killed yeah yes there were I think at least one was knocked unconscious no two were knocked unconscious one have and actress school yeah yeah and ended up with permanent injuries no one denies that I mean even the the video person in the DA's office assistant DA Ryan I forget what a first name was she was assigned to the case by Robert more than tada died Manhattan D. A. by the way it is it is pretty well established by by the police and DA's office that Ryan the one who quote wrote the report exonerating the five he did win the fairest the and so of all people in the office to assign this case do any good to look over this case you know your arch rivals crowning achievement and see how she did anyway even in her report she were totally admitted yeah they did all these other crimes in the park so these kids were running through there about thirty seven of them they were all Prodi and there call nine one one calls going wild to the police as people are coming out of the park covered in blood being chased having rocks thrown out them and so on and so forth so the police descend on on time to parks arrest a bunch of them over the next twenty four hours about thirty seven are brought in so for one thing you have to you have to wonder and then just ask them questions and waited to see what they said who they implicated and and slowly it narrowed down narrow down in one case a policeman I mean this is all within the law you're allowed to use a little trickery in questioning a suspect you don't you don't have to do everything doesn't have to be the truth what you can't do according to the law you say something to a defendant that would be likely to get an innocent person to confess so you can't say you know you're in if you confess to this now just sign on the dotted line you can go which is I've seen this alleged by some of the defendants families and they were promised but they said that they could they be able to go home if they just admitted to raping and nearly murdering a woman I don't know why anyone anyone would think that but no there was no evidence that the police said such a thing there was one policeman who said I think it was two Raymond Santana sad you know there were we found fingerprints on the joggers pants so if they are you're you're going down to this right that's a classic in anyone's ever watch law and order would say that's what cops do all the time I actually work with cops and they would tell me that's what they would do all the time right it's actually very clever and it got to be desired result Santana immediate we can fax now why would you confess if you weren't involved great check the fingerprints are not going to be mine so that would not leave an innocent person to conduct internally there well I also I also found the one who had the had the scratch under his eyes who initially told the detective and this is on the court transcripts and told the detective your partner did that he goes well I'm a bring my partner in here and by the way why would a cop scratching with a fingernail under the IRA I'm not a cop so never abused people but they don't do the old scratching you wonder the I. routine that's bizarre and then it's gonna bring partner in the guy says yeah like I just grabbed the lady's breast or some like he just went crazy yes he had at least three different stories for the scratch on his face first he said it was his cap that debt then he said it was the policeman and they said we're gonna bring the policeman and see who's telling a more plausible story and eventually he said yeah it was it was a jogger so you know the concessions went away concessions in these things tends to go they all minimize their own rock roll they all said they were they are they'd they'd pointed this one or that one doing the raping and just say I held her legs down they told many other many of their friends and acquaintances who by the way when they were re interviewed thirteen years later when this allegedly exonerating DNA evidence came out most of the rest of it couldn't be tested there was just this one spot and and they always knew that that one of the writers have gotten away that these five words all of them but when they re interviewed be friends and acquaintances of various of the five whom they had told one one testified that night in the park that one of the five sad we just rape the girl another one over heard two of them saying laughing about we made it we made a woman believed two of them said that these are witnesses friends and acquaintances that the next day I forget which one it was Cory wise maybe came up to them and said you heard about that attack in the park last night that was us and one of the best ones I think it's because it's kind of funny the sister of of one of the friends of a friend of one of that five said he called the health and she and obviously this is all over the news he called from Ryker's island and and she you know yell at him and said what are you doing and he said I did I I didn't do it I just held her legs down and then he named another of the five saying while he after I mean and what with the pizza so some people think and you know there's that you and I are crazy right because this is now this is now finished their exonerated it's it's it's like a racist tend to believe these guys actually did I mean it's other races to believe they're running around beating people almost to death in the park for no reason but let's put that aside cause that's all admitted and on the record but beyond that with this of their people that think what do they say to you like if if your show all but you know they're welcome to the bill Maher show but you know what these places where we're gonna poo and yell and tell you that you're wrong what's there is it just the DNA exoneration is this just chanting stupidity in your face of what they say I don't know I mean you see in this this Netflix things so I guess that's probably what the uneducated think think is the truth I just you know they they they cast a kid as Richardson who I've looked at all the mug shots of these guys and and and I've I've watched the interrogation and the confessions that you know the videos are out there people can see them the kid the cast is Richard St Campillo older than eleven years old and is crying the whole time and if you see who these kids I mean I'm a six foot tall two hundred pound male these five kids who are fifteen years old if they came after me on the reservoir part of Central Park I know very well I don't think it would go well for me and right now all I will say something I I mentioned in one of my columns I've I read through all of the concessions I've chapter on this in in my book the I think it's a guilty regardless about it's it's it's an demonic at the demonic area about groups saying gun mobs and here was a physical mom and then you have the media mob deciding what's undermine people's faith in the criminal justice system by coming along thirteen years later and instead of instead of two multi ethnic juries and there was a six week preliminary hearing in this case six weeks to do nothing but attacked the confessions testimony was put on hearings testified I gather a lot of the the claims being made I mean I'm just from that trailer you just played for me where's my son get my son out there there was only one of of the five who was ever interrogated without a parents or or adult guardian present and not was I forget which one he gave I think mavens and Santana he gave them the that the.

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"robert chambers" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

09:45 min | 2 years ago

"robert chambers" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"The trailer from this when they see us Netflix show that I've been telling about that I watch that I think is is an absurdity that is rewriting history that somebody was actually dug into the details of the case it is one of the few people that I know little dental openly say that this is all just nonsense and these guys were actually guilty I agree with their help to bring her on because I'm least I'm not the only one we got a call to everybody author of fourteen best selling books she's incredibly all know that and thank you so much for joining us thank you good to be here box accent all right let's just get right to this what have you first have you seen the Netflix documentary about I thought documented Netflix show I probably should but I but I do enough hate watching watching MSNBC all that I agree are fair enough but you know what that what the I so I want to run past you some of what the straw or the talking points are about why these guys are are in this for the Central Park five they got over forty million dollars in the city of New York everyone saying things like okay let's start with this one and they've been exonerated by DNA why is that not true armed it's hard to flash back now to a time when DNA was not was well described as a novel science DNA was just starting to be used in criminal cases it really didn't come into use until around regular use until two thousand one so it was only a year before the son of our great to place the DNA was used in the first in the first criminal case in any case in in America it with the case down in Florida it wasn't enough in the OJ case New York state didn't have a database it wasn't I don't think it was even clear at that point whether it could be used in New York state yeah it was being described as this wacky radical thing and you know I mean thing to yourself there have been a lot of crimes that were solved before two thousand one we may all be you know I love forensic files it's really fun to totally male somebody who had gotten away with it Scot free before people had before and they had the annex the crimes were solved and in fact for new Yorkers there was a crime just a few years before remember the preppy murder case yeah Robert chambers yes you went to my school really yeah yeah if you murder in Central Park after meeting her in Dorian's right hand and it was solved in the exact same way New York City police are very very good they they get a little bit of circumstantial evidence they presented to the defendant and the defendant and top confessing uxaxa we what Robert chambers the end no one has any doubts about his guilt and the same thing happened with the with the five Central Park well convicted and then quote exonerated center park rapist there were about thirty seven Keaton mostly teenagers mostly under under the age of sixteen maybe they were on vacation just as they call it Wilding through Central Park that night they were there's there's there's no question and they talk a lot of people which I think is very you know that even in that trailer every black male in the park is a suspect that woman says the actors but actually the suspect that they rounded up were people who had attacked numerous people including putting one of the hospital beat him in the head with a pipe almost killed yeah yes there were I think at least one was knocked unconscious no two were knocked unconscious one have and restaurant school yeah yeah and ended up with permanent injuries no one denies that I mean even the the the the person in the DA's office assistant DA Ryan I forget what a first name what she was assigned to the case by Robert Morgan tada the Manhattan D. A. by the way it is it is pretty well established by by the police and DA's office that Ryan the one who quote wrote the report exonerating the five he did win the fairest the and so of all people in the office to assign this case you have a good look over this case you know your arch rivals crowning achievement and see how she did anyway even in her report she were totally admitted yep they did all these other crimes in the park so these kids were running through there about thirty seven of them they were all Prodi and there call nine one one calls going wild to the police as people are coming out of the park covered in blood being chased having rocks thrown out them and so on and so forth so the police descend on on time to park arrested bunch of them over the next twenty four hours about thirty seven are brought in so for one thing you have to you have to wonder and then just ask them questions and waited to see what they said who they implicated and and slowly it narrowed down narrow down in one case a policeman I mean this is all within the law you're allowed to use a little trickery in questioning a suspect you don't you don't have to do everything doesn't have to be the truth what you can't do according to the law you say something to a defendant that would be likely to get an innocent person to confess so you can't say you know you're in if you confess to this now just sign on the dotted line you can go which is I've seen this alleged by some of the defendants families and they were promised but they said that they did they'd be able to go home if they just admitted to raping and nearly murdering a woman I don't know why anyone anyone would think that but no there was no evidence that the police said such a thing there was one policeman who said I think it was two Raymond Santana sad you know there were we found fingerprints on the joggers pants so if they are you're you're going down to this right that's a classic in anyone's ever watch law and order would say that's what comes to all the time I actually work with cops and they would tell me that's what they would do all the time right it's actually very clever and it got the desired result Santana immediately can fax now why would you can fax if you weren't involved great check the fingerprints are not gonna be mine so that would not leave an innocent person to conduct internally there I also I also found the one who had the had the scratch under his eyes who initially told the detective and this is all the court transcripts and told the detective your partner did that he goes well I'm a bring my partner in here and by the way why would a cop scratching with a fingernail under the IRA I'm not think cops don't ever abused people but they don't do the old scratching you wonder the I. routine that's just bizarre and then if you're sitting in a brief partner in the guy says yeah like I just grabbed the lady's breast or some like he just the crazy yes he had at least three different stories for the scratch on his face first he said it was his cap that debt then he said it was the policeman then they said we're gonna bring the policeman and see who's telling a more plausible story and eventually he said yeah it was it was a jogger so you know the concessions went away concessions in these things tends to go they all minimize their own role role they all said they were they are they'd they'd pointed this one or that one doing the raping and just say I held her legs down they told many other many of their friends and acquaintances who by the way when they were re interviewed thirteen years later when this allegedly exonerating DNA evidence came out most of the rest of it couldn't be tested there was just this one spot and and they always knew that that one of the rapists have gotten away that these five words all of them but when they re interviewed be friends and acquaintances of the areas of the five whom they had told one one testified that night in the park the one of the five sad we just rape the girl another one over heard two of them saying laughing about we made it we made a woman believed two of them said that these are witnesses friends and acquaintances that the next day I forget which one it was Cory wise maybe came up to them and said you heard about that attack in the park last night that was us and one of the best ones I think because it's kind of funny on the sister of of one of the friends of a friend of one of that five said he called the house and she and obviously this is all over the news he called from Ryker's island and and she you know yell at him and said what are you doing and he said I did I I didn't do it I just held her legs down and then he named another of the five saying while he after I mean and what with the pizza so so people think and you know there's that you and I are crazy right because this is now this is now finished their exonerated it's it's it's like racist tend to believe these guys actually did I mean it's about race to believe they're running around beating people almost a death in the park for no reason but let's put that aside cause that's all admitted and on the record but beyond that with this of their people that think what do they say to you like if if your show up but you know they're welcome to the bill Maher show but you know what these places where I was gonna boo and yell and tell you that you're wrong what's there is it just the DNA exoneration is is just chanting stupidity in your face of what they say I don't know I mean you see in this this Netflix things so I guess that's probably what the on educated think think is the truth I just you know that they they cast a kid as Richard St who I've looked at all the mug shots of these guys and and and I've I've watched the interrogation and the confessions that you know the videos are out there people can see them the kid they cast is Richard St can't feel older than eleven years old and is crying the whole time and if you see who these kids I mean I'm a six foot tall two hundred pound male these five kids who are fifteen years old and they came after me on the reservoir part of Central Park I know very well I don't think it would go well for me right now all I will say something I I mentioned in one of my columns I've I read through.

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"robert chambers" Discussed on A TRUE SIDE OF CRIME

A TRUE SIDE OF CRIME

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"robert chambers" Discussed on A TRUE SIDE OF CRIME

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"robert chambers" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

14:40 min | 3 years ago

"robert chambers" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The south the Alabama has its own tonnage of sorts in Alabama where they were reportedly a great with dog and the baby and in the courthouse there is the place the last sting and less any any recorded it experiences with the love craft H. P. L. it in the south well he did he did travel to the south but I'm not sure that he had any of the experiences that you're mentioning and I'm just looking at the Dutch word is the he went in nineteen twenty eight so he's in his late thirties any still trembling every travels to Florida and so certainly possible on whose Nichols did you go to Florida his own okay just from the media stuff that probably by bus yeah but a living at home in here that Roberts R. too soon yeah Robert in into son a coast to coast for less Klinger go ahead Robert I wanted to mention three things the first is there is a very authentic H. P. looked love craft adaptation on film it's called call of course who was done as a silent yes that might be the best deal on film who Historical Society of H. P. Lovecraft Historical Society books I think are a sort of interesting there's a minor releases but one is called H. P. Lovecraft in the Merrimack valley came out I think in two thousand thirteen by hippo campus press I don't know if you know about that and finally the parity of blending won't house with of love craft called scream for GS scream for Jeeves by my friend Peter cannon wonderful book Peter is also a a serious for a walk in and what house Ian and love graft in a very serious look great in the road one of the earliest studies of love craft at the but hippocampus press is probably the leading publisher of scholarly material right now but Lovecraft excellent excellent source run by my friend there across the and and worth checking out stay on the website Armand is in Georgia did we answer your question on the first time caller line inadvertently when we are talking about Sherlock Holmes yes you did and I ran across the bloke Sherlock Holmes versus cooked Lou in a bookstore about a week ago and it is great guys absolutely I will tell Lois that you thought so she's absolutely love reading those I'm about three quarters of the way through it and it is absolutely fantastic and and and when I was in high school in the mid sixties I don't know which one of my weird friends turned me on to H. P. Lovecraft I've been a fan ever since in very quickly and I just want to thank you hello many years ago you inspire me and I sent you a point that you read on the air and I just want to thank you again you'll enjoy it it was the cosmic engineer and I hope you still enjoy it and and thank you for all that you do guys it's a great show and thank you again thank you are but I I'll mention that to my old the producer from that period who is still is on the air to this day Keith melon act and a scum shaggy on here because he whether he likes it or not he he looks like shaggy from Scooby doo and and if they keep melon actors on the air every morning and he does a terrific job he works with the with Glenn Beck's company and he is like he remembers every piece of mail I ever got everything I ever read so I'll mention that deal because they'll probably remember are brought in to help probably quoted for me for god sakes so what this means is back to the Sherlock Holmes thing and that interesting connection that we touched on briefly with that and then for that matter to about the scifi PC do you want to did you wanna get anymore deeper into his influence there more specifically or did we cover I think that Weird Tales was turning out to be a venue for science fiction as well as weird fiction and love Chris really fit right in as soon as stories as I mentioned are probably longer on science and shorter on the on the horror side they all have horrific elements but some of them can be read the the shadow of time can be read very much is just the street science fiction story about a man who ends up time traveling yeah sort of inadvertently and there there's it's a **** it took formal experience for all probably but it's really pure science fiction stories and I think Lovecraft as noon of credit for being an important early science fiction writer but he doesn't have anything to do with the per se with detective fiction even though he was a fan of podiums influenced Iraqis no he didn't really write anything detective at all he wrote nothing and what their genre whatever call crime fiction but there are certainly elements from the Sherlock Holmes stories that he very deliberately worked into some of the stories there are there are passages and the aforementioned Peter cannon who road scream for Jeeves has also written several essays about commonalities between the shocking stories and Lovecraft Lovecraft knew the court distraught some stories very well and sort of borrowed some passages subscription ideas and indeed the hound is very much an homage to the help of the bass and then the we mentioned the vendors so we kind of through the south there is less and I were emailing each other during the show which I don't do very often by the way with guests you're like this let me put the second guessed I've ever dislike email spontaneously talk to offline conversation what it is but I don't do that very often so the because I thought this is interesting week we were talking the first hour about the hidden history of Kansas in one of those stories that's very famous run can't this is the story of the vendors which was not actually the real name but the name the family was going by and you have a connection to that yes well they they were probably the first American serial killers and Neil Gaiman's American gods actually has a small episode where one of the gods in visiting Kansas is a god of death and he find sort of the right lives in the town with the bloody vendors lived I'm a it's it's I I know all that because I'm and just finished doing the attitude American gods with me okay right which I love and me I've never met him although we live not far from each other in Minnesota and I. E. we share a couple of mutual friends including our friend Sharon who helped him with his rabbits and adventure so that's awesome so this this is this is fun so that that idea that big game in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle love craft I like how all of these you know the sort of cross pollination it's been happening for the work you're seeing that reflected in the calls we have just a little bit of time left so I'll ask it seems like I can't make a connection Alaska Michael can you give me then who's the next one up on the phones because I like it I lost my connection here David Essex on coast to coast AM for less Klinger go ahead good morning and thank you so much for this show I'm a great mom class then I discovered in the college I had two questions for your gas number one is he familiar with the book the shadow over Baker Street what's that song show a code to get some of the kids around thanks yeah and well written a man is it really worth the work of Brian Lumley yes so the shadow over Baker Street includes the story by Neil Gaiman called the study in emerald and it's terrific anthology and so yes I'm very familiar with that book Brian Lumley is a fine writer of what we would call Lovecraftian fiction the missed dose and that very much it is an excellent writer so good recommendation S. U. M. L. E. Y. lovely you know this is it really is the opening up of a world that I I don't I I have to say I I mean I should have guessed but that again in this way in which how other authors play off of or use a kind of mid rash kind of approach by taking one author and rubbing my kiss other author and see what comes out that there's that much out there a that's love crap I mean I guess it next week we have Peter live then the talking about the love craft code are you familiar with those books no I'm not okay I'll look for them yeah it's interesting it's cool because he he he he still like like you is he's he's pulling on on some of these broader themes from in his work but this is aware and then Michael you can let me know if we have another caller coming up because of still having a connection hang out Jerry Lexington you'll be next but but this is where I think especially when we see this with receivers with Star Trek we see this was Star Wars receive these with these and and it it this look it makes you think you know two hundred years from now gonna be doing writing pulling Lovecraftian theme this forever and ever and he didn't he in his small world with his you know surrounded by his arms on his death bed could never have pictured this I think that's right no idea that he would have this kind of influence yeah let's go to Jerry in Lexington on coast to coast AM for less Klinger hello how are you doing thank you I was wondering if your guests could comment on the letter exchanges between property Howard and H. P. Lovecraft and how they I know at least a couple stories I think power has some love crafty and right right and well and so and well Howard was of one of Lovecraft regular correspondence I mean they they have a extended correspondence there in massive collection of letters that have been published by hippocampus press mentions by someone earlier and yes Howard borrowed some of Lovecraft's places I think Lovecraft borrowed they both borrowed the car close to and from that Robert chambers of the king in yellow and so this student these ideas were fun and this this holy invention as Ian was just saying about sort of the shared universe with that was popular in and Howard who had it was a prolific writer in the zone and nothing by any means the fuel from crafter anything like that they were friends and they they enjoyed this idea of elders globalization certainly Conan the barbarian right but the cone and yet the series right the original owner you know sort of civilizations that existed before humans before what we know is recorded history anyway yeah I guess but they're they're not recorded history yeah I I do love the theme which I I would again I would say this is one of those that I can't I I mean if there's a if there's a predator maybe maybe maybe Edgar Rice Burroughs but in terms of like how much of a part the idea of the the the the drags in vestiges of previous civilizations that right that and and again love graph new Burroughs and did not mean to his work right there are certainly elements of soul Berle's working Lovecraft too lucid are and all of that and and of course Mars John Carter of Mars who's writing move first John Carter novel with nineteen twenty one thanks interesting so that John Carter series which is such a failed movie but was at the time was a major book series have rivaling Tarzan absolutely and you feel that that was influenced by love craft no no just the opposite I think what the new series okay and that again sort of like the ideas of these civilizations had nothing to do with human civilization well and does it and the way in which look did love crafty use I mean I know we kind of created with the old gods idea some references to religions in the sense that he talked about deities do you ever see any evidence of any other religious influence in love crass work now no not I I'm you know I'm not there is there are those who are there several scholars who were deeply religious people and have written about the themes being similar to Christian themes but I don't see the direct influence of it I I don't see it would look great to visit with and gnostic and right I don't think he intentionally espouse any Christian themes or try to express them and I wasn't even limiting it to Christian I was just talking about just religion in general but that's interesting that because I mean that that any wasn't a Luciferian any wasn't satanic any wasn't all these other things he was in that in his own way Calvin American original yes very much so ahead of his time perhaps in that way too in which people leave much more used to that now well so real quickly the we we've been talking all night about this book but you've referenced other books of yours that are coming up the less what's on the way well shoot two books coming one is an anthology with my friend Lisa Morton Lisa and I were on the show I think in January or something like that talking about ghost stories this one is called weird women it's an anthology of women for basically.

"robert chambers" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

12:17 min | 3 years ago

"robert chambers" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"To the south the Alabama has its own tonnage of sorts in our family where were reportedly a great dog and the baby and in the courthouse there is the place the last sting and less any any recorded the experiences with the love craft each P. L. it in the south well he did he did travel to the south but I'm not sure that he had any of the experiences that you're mentioning and I'm just looking at the Dutch horror use the you were in nineteen twenty eight so he's in is only thirty three still trembling every travels to Florida and so certainly possible on whose Nichols did you go to Florida his own okay just from the media stuff that probably by bus yeah but a living at home in here that Roberts R. too soon yeah Robert in into sun on coast to coast for less Klinger go ahead Robert I wanted to mention three things the first is there is a very authentic H. P. looked love craft adaptation on film it's called call of course who was done as a silent yes that might be the best deal on film who Historical Society of H. P. Lovecraft Historical Society books I think are a sort of interesting they're they're minor it releases but one is called H. P. Lovecraft in the Merrimack valley came out I think in two thousand thirteen by hippo campus press I don't know if you know about that and finally the parity of blending won't house with of love craft called scream for GS scream for Jeeves by my friend Peter cannon wonderful book Peter is also a a serious for a walk in and what house Ian and Lovecraft you're very serious look at the road one of the earliest studies of love craft at the but hippocampus press is probably the leading publisher of scholarly material right now but love craft excellent excellent source run by my friend Derek Hersey and and worth checking out Armand is in Georgia did we answer your question on the first time caller line inadvertently when we're talking about Sherlock Holmes he actually did he and I ran across the globe Sherlock Holmes versus Lou in a bookstore about a week ago and it is great guys absolutely I will tell Lois that you thought so she's absolutely love reading okay I'm about three quarters of the way through it and it is absolutely fantastic and and and when I was in high school in the mid sixties I don't know which one of my weird friends turned me on to H. P. Lovecraft but I've been a fan ever since and very quickly and I just want to thank you hello many years ago you inspire me and I sent you a point that you read on the air and I just want to thank you again you'll enjoy it it was because Nick engineer and I hope you still enjoy it and and thank you for all that you do guys it's a great show and thank you again thank you I'm gonna I'll mention that to my old the producer for that period who is still is on the air to this day Keith melon act it and a scum shaggy on here because he whether he likes it or not he he looks like shaggy from Scooby doo and and it if they keep melon occurs on the air every morning and he does a terrific job he works with the with Glenn Beck's company and he is like he remembers every piece of mail I ever got everything I ever read so I'll mention that deal because they'll probably remember are brought in to help probably cold it for me for god sakes so but this brings us back to the Sherlock Holmes thing and that interesting connection that we touched on briefly with that and then for that matter to about the scifi PC do you want to did you wanna get anymore deeper into his influence there more specifically or did recover I think that Weird Tales it was turning out to be a venue for science fiction as well as weird fiction and love Chris really fit right in as soon as stories as I mentioned are probably longer on science and shorter on the on the horror side they all have horrific elements but some of them can be read the the shadow of time can be read very much is just the street science fiction story about a man who ends up time traveling yeah sort of inadvertently and that there's it's a **** it is horrible experience form of Witt but it's really pure science fiction stories and I think love crafters Newton of credit for being an important early science fiction writer so you don't have anything to do with the per se with detective fiction even though he was a fan of podiums influenced Iraqis no he didn't really write anything detective at all he would nothing in with their son or whatever call crime fiction but there are certainly elements from the Sherlock Holmes stories that he very deliberately worked into some of the stories there are there are passages and the aforementioned Peter cannon who road scream for Jeeves has also written several essays about commonalities between the shocking stories and love grant welcome news Corp distraught some stories very well and sort of borrowed some passages some description ideas and indeed the hound is very much an homage to the how did the band and then the we mentioned the benders so we kind of threw this out there it listen I were emailing each other during the show which I don't do very often by the way with gas you're like this let me put the second guessed I've ever dislike email spontaneously offline conversation what it is but I don't do that very often so the because I thought this is interesting week we were talking the first hour about the hidden history of Kansas in one of those stories that very famous run can't this is the story of the vendors which was not actually the real name but the name the family was going by and you have a connection to that yes well they they were probably the first American serial killers and Neil Gaiman's American gods actually has a small episode where one of the gods in visiting Kansas is a god of death and he find sort of the right light in the town with the bloody vendors lived on it's it's I I know all that because I'm and just finished doing the annotated American gods with me okay right which I love and miss I've never met him although we live not far from each other in Minnesota and I. E. we share a couple of mutual friends including our friend Sharon who helped him with his rabbits and measure so that's awesome so this this is this is fun so that that idea that big game in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle love craft I like how all of these you know the sort of cross pollination it's been happening for the work you're seeing that reflected in the calls we have just a little bit of time left so I'll ask it seems like I can't make a connection Alaska Michael can you give me then who's the next one up on the phones because I like it I lost my connection here David Essex on coast to coast AM for less Klinger go ahead good morning and thank you so much for this show I'm a great mom craft then I discovered in the college I had two questions for your gas over one is he familiar with the book the shadow over Baker Street what's best sauce echoed against some of the kids will run thank you yeah and well written game and is it really worth the work of Brian Lumley yes so the shadow over Baker Street includes the story by Neil Gaiman called the study in emerald and it's terrific anthology and so yes I'm very familiar with that book Brian Lumley is a fine writer of what we would call Lovecraftian fiction the missed dose and that is very much as an excellent writer so good recommendation S. U. M. L. E. Y. lovely you know this is it really is opening up a world that I I don't I I have to say I I mean I should have guessed but that again in this way in which how other authors play off of or use a kind of mid rash kind of approach by taking one author and rubbing my because other author and seeing what comes out that there's that much out there a that's love crap I mean I guess it next week we have Peter live then they're talking about the love craft code are you familiar with those books no I'm not okay I'll look for them yeah it's interesting it's cool because he he he he still like like you is is is pulling on on some of these broader themes from in his work but this is aware and then Michael you can let me know if we have another caller coming up because of still having a connection hang out Jerry Lexington you'll be next but but this is where I think especially when we see this with receivers with Star Trek we see this was Star Wars receive these with these and and it it this lift it makes you think you know two hundred years from now going to be doing writing pulling Lovecraftian theme this forever and ever and he wouldn't he in his small world with this you know surrounded by his arms on his deathbed could never have pictured this I think that's right no idea that he would have this kind of influence yeah let's go to to Jerry in Lexington on coast to coast AM for less Klinger hello how are you doing thank you I was wondering if your guest could comment on the letter exchanges between property Howard an H. P. Lovecraft and how they I know at least a couple stories I think power at the blood crafty and right right and well and so and well Howard was in one of love Chris regular correspondence seven day daily extended correspondence there in massive collection of letters that have been published by hippocampus press mentions by someone earlier and yes Howard borrowed some of Lovecraft's places I think Lovecraft borrowed they both borrowed the car Costa and from there Robert chambers of the king in yellow and so this student these ideas were fun and this is wholly invention as Ian was just saying about sort of the shared universe was it was popular in and Howard who had it was a prolific writer insult I'm not saying by any means that he steal from crafter anything like that but they were friends and they they enjoyed this idea of elders globalization certainly Conan the barbarian right but the cone and yet the series right the original owner you know sort of civilizations that existed before humans before what we know is recorded history anyway yeah I guess but they're they're not recorded history yeah I in I I do love the theme which I I would again I would say this is one of those that I can't I I mean if there's a if there's a predator maybe maybe maybe Edgar Rice Burroughs but in terms of like how much of a part the idea of the the the the drags in vestiges of previous civilizations that right that and and again love graph new burrows and your first he knew his work right there are certainly.