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"shawnee national forest" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"shawnee national forest" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Bridge rather from boats and explained why that's needed it's to protect them from the water so for did there would so the pilings in the in the river essentially basically telephone poles and the cold with this so they don't the road too quickly as of this evening the fires out both vehicular and boat traffic is back to normal an Indiana woman died in a fall of the Shawnee National Forest over the weekend WGN steeper transfer the equality Illinois fire chief says the woman fell about sixty feet he says another hiker heard her fall and then called nine one one thirty six year old Sandra rap he fell from a cliff overlooking camel rock rescue personnel hiked into a ravine together out she was airlifted to in Evanston hospital where she later died Stieber trend WGN news a new winter storm taking shape of the western states threatening heavy and early snow fall just east of the Rockies sixteen inches possible in Montana talk about forty five mile per hour wind gusts still being blowing snow invisibility to near zero sat I fifteen or I ninety four that's through Wednesday in Montana this front is big because the snow all the way down to Denver Rapid City and the cold goes all the way to Houston by the weekend that's ABC meteorologist ginger Zee and Chicago's been named America's best big city to visit for the third year in a row that's according to the readers of Conde Nast traveler magazine mark L. would contributing editor of that traveler tells WGN's John Williams why the city has received over ten thousand votes six have an incredible combination of some small town charm and big city energy I think you the lan and a white almost no world quite manages with what he says visitors love the city's impressive architecture first rate museums and cutting and restaurants sports traffic and weather next on WGN where can you get pizza bread twist specialty chicken and more for just five ninety ninety domino's there's a lot of variety on the radio in a domino's to where you can and the bone in wings bread bowls will be expressed for this limited time offer prices but his patient libertarian charges me very and we're back with sweets the official sleeping well as partner of the NFL line seven what's your question the player stepped up their game their sleep number three sixties more pets you can choose your comfort on either side your sleep number setting next caller okay we can help keep it free yes it senses your movement and automatically just give you both comfortable for proven quality sleep green suite number three sixty C. force more but is now only thirteen ninety nine plus special financing available only for a limited time find your competitive edge go to sleep number dot com where's your details the white Sox the northwestern Wildcats and the best news coverage on seven twenty this is Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN Chicago as drivers we make a million little choices each and every time we get behind the wheel choices like distracted driving D. Y. speeding and no see proven killers but there's another thread.

"shawnee national forest" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"shawnee national forest" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Being looked at all angles of what what could have happened yeah to to the into the children our in temporary state custody say the mother is cooperating with the investigation federal judge has rejected a lawsuit filed by president trump meant to stop a subpoena for his tax returns and said that stopping that subpoena quote would constitute an over reach of executive power and quote but then an appeals court issued an emergency stay while the president appeals that lower court ruling this is not the first time they've been demands for the president's taxes but ABC's Erin to Turkey says this one might be different there has been a concerted effort politically to get those tax returns because the Democrats want to know what they show this is a little different this is a legal proceeding where the Manhattan DA's office wants to see if any state laws were broken when the president and his name's sake company paid out hush money hundred and thirty thousand dollars to stormy Daniels and and other money to Karen McDougal house Democrats have issued subpoenas to the defense secretary and the acting White House budget director today as part of the impeachment inquiry Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is opposing the did it on his plan to pull US troops from northern Syria it's a rare policy split between the Senate's top Republican and the president and Evansville Indiana woman has died after falling from a cliff at garden of the gods in the Shawnee National Forest in southern Illinois equality Illinois fire chief cold Baker says thirty six year old Sarah Rapti fell about sixty feet on Saturday evening the new sponsored by victory auto wreckers dot com will check your money sports traffic and weather all next on WGN it's iPhone season it's spread which to sprint and get a new light on a lot and I've done a lot of the meeting on the camera systems and.

"shawnee national forest" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"shawnee national forest" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Road in southern Illinois is closing so snakes can cross without getting run over by cars snake road winds through Shawnee National Forest and officials also want to protect the frogs turtles newts and salamanders also starting to migrate across the road from swamps to limestone bluffs where they winter the Forest Service going the extra mile to protect them some of which are endangered walkers are still allowed that the road closes to cars on Sunday Pam Coulter CBS news transgender model teddy Quinlivan is making fashion history she is the first openly transgender model to be hired for a Chanel campaign in an emotional post featuring a photo from personnel beauty campaign the twenty five year old shared the tough moments that she's experienced trying to find her place in the modeling industry my whole life has been a fight she writes from being bullies to her own father beating are matched Piper CBS news would you take a hundred dollars at three point two million dollar gym Shorty family auto group brings the best selection savings and complete customer satisfaction into every sales and service experience browse over three thousand new and pre owned vehicles across eleven convenient locations all backed with the I. P. pricing and custom tailored conveniences that meet your needs and busy lifestyle when it comes to kia Mitsubishi Ford Chrysler Dodge jeep ram fiat all for a male no one does it bigger or better learn more at Jim shore he dot com up to the minute accu weather forecast what you buy Ireland contracting call one eight hundred new roof or visit Ireland contracting dot com comfortable early this morning a little fifty six later today lots of sunshine and pleasant with a high seventy seven Thursday night we clear low sixty three in and Friday partly sunny does this body afternoon shower or thunderstorm high seventy nine for accu weather com meteorologist Dave Bowers on newsradio ten twenty KDKA red eye radio and everything from politics to social issues and news of the day whether your abilities for just starting your day welcome to the show J. studios this is red eye radio all across America eight six six ninety right he is Carlene I'm Gerry McNamara thank you so much for being here this morning this hour for Freightliner run smart helping you run more efficiently as three hundred number one goal all I know okay I'll hold off till a little bit later on okay so I thought I'd printed up the story but I couldn't I couldn't printed up earlier I just I just seen this online as were coming on the air and it said former crew spokesperson.

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"shawnee national forest" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"shawnee national forest" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Thirty year fixed rate loans copper because information conditions equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states animals number thirty thirty new prime minister planning a unique moved to advance his plan to pull the U. K. out of the European Union the new prime minister had Boris Johnson announcing plans to suspend parliament weeks before Britney's to you to leave the E. you gotta wait until October the thirty first before getting on with all plans to take this country forward Johnson sang a shut down ahead of a new parliamentary session is a routine events but opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn says the timing limits lawmakers ability to challenge Johnson's brexit plans the pharmacist doing is a service smash and grab on a democracy Johnson says Britain will leave the E. U. N. okay but with or without a divorce deal in London Simon and fox news the US census bureau will rely heavily on computer smartphone and telephone responses to questionnaires next year those who don't use those options will receive a paper questionnaire in the mail enumerators will knock on doors of those who don't use those options a man suspected of a Washington state robbery runs into a problem with his escape plan talk about karma the guy came out only to find his get away pickup truck gone but things went from bad to worse for William Calley who called nine one one to report his truck stolen Kennewick Washington police say that they checked the surveillance tape in the area to see if they could spot the thief only to discover Kelly stealing stuff from a business across the street he got a ride all right to the Benton county jail Jerry bomb garden fox news a road in southern Illinois closing to cars so snakes can cross without getting run over snake road in the Shawnee National Forest will closed vehicle Sunday and remain closed until late October along with snakes frogs turtles amp salamanders are also starting to migrate across the road from swamps.

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"shawnee national forest" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"shawnee national forest" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"If people knew my whole story dot dot dot and I wondered how when you look at this how much credit value wait do you give to the nature versus nurture aspect of this is who these people were came out of the womb as to some degree or because of circumstances they grew into this. We have somebody the we'll get to hear that said who referenced there. I think modeling after their father the influence there so to ask because he's talking about if people knew my whole story how where your thoughts on that as far as again just a natural natural reaction or because of you tend to see X._y._Z.. Excuse makers often had X._y._Z. in their background or something like that yeah <hes> I so we didn't specifically test for that that nature versus nurture we haven't done like the actual research had had a chance to explore that fully within within our research so anything that I say right now is pure speculation on my point on my part but evidence based evidence it is based my hunch and what I've what I've watched is. I think it's a little bit of a combination of both I think that there are you know there's a lot that happens within within the way that we're raised or with with the experiences that we have as childhood or in school or with peers like different things can definitely played impact it and the fact that you know some people do like maybe had a great mentor in their life that maybe they were one way at one point and then all of a sudden they had somebody else. How's that changed the way that they're change their mindset and changed the way they started looking for got them start thinking about something else so I think it's definitely changeable? I don't feel like these archetypes are set in stone <hes> but I think part of it is also the way that we are wired. They were just you know. We're born that way. Why are two kids that come on the same family with the same parents completely different personalities I have to we were talking about our kids right before we started recording? I have two girls you are two years apart and and my husband and I tend to treat them like a unit but they are so different from each other and they're they're. They're having the same childhood in my eyes but they're really not the same person so it's a a little bit of both and I think that they definitely that that the more work you do on yourself. <hes> the more you really are willing to hold up a mirror to yourself and do these types this type of work and be real in really focus on changing your mindset and and how can improve in what they change <hes> you can actually change the way fear is manifesting in in your life. Also you might have natural tendencies for its one fear architect more than another the or it could have changed completely or maybe just sort of you know they all your percentages. Go down well and that's the hope obviously of the reason for doing it and thanks these sponsors for bringing us today. Show show a feeling you get when you walk down Chicago's magnificent mile for the first time I know it's where my wife says. She realized I might be the one for her true story. We were at a pro bike race around Buckingham Buckingham Fountain in the center of Brand Park Chicago's where my dad takes my mom for her birthday December every single year they adore the lights in the magic. How about the feeling of discovering there's a wine country Illinois real wine made an Illinois but when you rock climbing the garden of the gods the Shawnee national forest or riding a hot air balloon thousand feet above the Mississippi that feeling is amazing? You could find it enjoy Illinois dot com discover amazing art like Cloud Gate Millennium Park or the Paul Bunyan statue in Atlanta amazing food five star restaurants in the West loop our award winning barbecue and Murphy's borough amazing outdoors like canoeing the Cashier River kayaking Mr Tago river amazing history like Lincoln's home.

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"shawnee national forest" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

13:01 min | 1 year ago

"shawnee national forest" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And welcome back to coast to coast. Chad Lewis back with us. He was last with me about almost seven years ago as we talked about his work for over two decades. Chad has traveled the back roads of the world. And search of the very strange and unusual, as you will hear from tracking vampires and trans Vania and searching for the elusive monster of Loch Ness to trailing the very dangerous thought to, to Wedneday through remote villages of Belise and searching for ghosts in Ireland's haunted castles as well. Chad has score scoured the earth in search of the paranormal is written a couple books with his partners, Kevin Nelson and Noah Voss as well. We're going to talk about two issues to cases tonight with Chad later on. We'll take some of your stories and Chad, welcome back. I'd love your work. Nice to be with you again. It is so cool to have our dear friend David Weatherly Loren Coleman. Right. Little blips for both of all your books. I, I really like these, these people have been doing it. Thirty forty years can lend their expertise to the project, one of my favorite parts of doing this. It's fantastic. Where are you? Now these days. I'm in the north woods of Wisconsin. When we talk seven years ago, weren't we talking about lake monsters of Wisconsin. Yeah. Four or five years ago. We did a couple episodes of your beyond belief TV. Sure, did we're monsters. And it seems like we can never run out of these crazy stories and that show Luzon forever. People can watch that anytime they want on on guy. It's really something. But let's talk about the latest book that has come out called the big muddy monster which has to do with southern Illinois, not too far from Saint Louis where I go to quite a bit. It's it's in that region. Isn't it, it really is most people don't think of Illinois as being southern, you know, they think of Springfield or Chicago Abe Lincoln country. And when you get down to southern Illinois you are literally in the south, you're lower than heart's, Missouri. And the train just changes completely to basic want a shawnee national forest down there. And these rolling hills and prairies of the north give way to this be dense forest land of the. Where these back country in the roads and it's just a whole different world down there, it really is. You know, when they wanna have a great time, they come across the Mississippi to Saint Louis that's their big city. Visit and people aren't aware that there's so many different things going on in southern Illinois. It's just the unbelievable but tell us about the big muddy monster. Tell us about that title, interesting. Because this monster southern Illinois. It comes out of the big, muddy river name, and they called a monster. Because even though it resembles a big foot or a sasquatch, it's somewhere between six and nine or ten feet. All it's always a white furred, or white clothes or white skinned. It always appears to be white, and it has this cone head and these weird ears and people who see it claim that it has glowing red eyes in its case in mug from. Like the waist down. Is it just come out of the river, and it always seems to travel along this river, which is like the name, implies big and muddy? When you stick your foot in this, this river, you come out cake with mud monster has been patrolling this area of southern Illinois for well over a hundred years, people have been seeing this creature for that long, which means that the thing has been breeding multiplied, I would guess. What's interesting is some of the early newspaper reports claim that not only were people seeing it, it was a tacking livestock that a lot of farmers. And ranchers in that area were terrified because this unknown Munster was killing their precious livestock, and they're fine hunting dogs and they were losing their livelihood. And they were demanding that the thirties captured this thing, it does look like a sasquatch on your on your cover even though it's an artist's sketch. It's pretty darn close to Bigfoot isn't it really is? And that, that sketch came directly from a citing one of the more infamous sightings of the big money, monster, where people sought with the glowing red eyes and had a terrible stench to it in this long hair coming from. It's body. So even those artist's sketch, we took it right off of one of the witness stories and the best part about this book, is that even though these stories go back. A hundred years, maybe even further in the history that many of the more modern sightings, the witnesses not only are still alive. They're willing to talk about their story. Speaking of one hundred hundred dollars in nineteen forty nine was a lot of money wasn't that offered for any information or capture of the creature in the nineteen forties? The newspapers talked about a thing they called us saying they had no name for it. White monster. That was terrorizing tone, and there was an old iron works facility on the outskirts at town, salvage yard and this creature was being spotted so many times that the owner, put up one hundred dollars reward for anyone who could catcher it hoping that this could alleviate the fear of his workers, who during lunchtime were afraid to sit around, because this monster was on the pro and as far as I know, George, no one ever claimed that hundred dollar reward. You'll probably still running. Maybe it's worth about seven hundred today. Inflation. But even though I think the hundred dollars still would have been a quite a sum of money in nineteen forty nine. Oh, yeah. This thing I think it was meant to really add a lot of publicity for this story because these workers were generally terrified of this monster. So if this could raise the profile of this monster and help, get caught, I think it was, what would have been well, worth one hundred dollars for that owner, Chad twenty four years later. Nineteen Seventy-three this legend, really popped what happened. This is where again, we had mentioned Loren Coleman doing the Ford. Lauren was there in the nineteen seventies when this exploded. And that's when the big muddy really got international fame and began nineteen Seventy-three down by a riverside park, which is right along the big muddy river, and it was a spot where people hung out teenagers went, and it was one night in the summer of seventy three when a young couple was parked down there. You know, lovers lane sort of place when all of a sudden they heard this lowered loud screeching coming from the river, in a smell came into their car terrible smell, and they looked up in this thing was you hovering out of the water coming toward their car, and they broke out of their engagement, and drove off a medium to the police department and said, we saw this giant nine foot monster almost attack our vehicle. So the police rushed out to the park to try to find this thing, and of course, whatever it was was gone, but they could still smell it. But what's interesting is in this was never reported in the newspaper at the time is one of the officers that I responded went into the woods, and when he was in the woods, he saw some prints. Well, you could call them prince, because the mud was so thick that when you put your foot in and pulled it up suction would create a line in the mud. Not your traditional Bigfoot did print would fill fill in awfully fast. Wouldn't it? Yeah. So he saw a couple of these and then he heard this loud growl, scream from something he was so terrified. He dropped his revolver in the woods, and refused to go back and get it, jeez. It wasn't until several hours later when they were able to retrieve his weapon, and of course, that was something we learned from our interviews with the officers that responded. It wasn't reported in the media, no one wanted to that an officer was too frightened that they left the revolver in the woods. But this creature was gone, were, they were they very open to talking to you the police officers, the surviving police officers were, and that's what really struck me about this case is that when you think of the southern Illinois police officers these big thirty men, you wouldn't think would get spooked by anything. They were telling us that they didn't know what this thing was. They were on alert, and they felt that the witnesses really. We had an experience and the witnesses were terrified. And remember this was the nineteen seventies in southern Illinois. It was gun country. It still it's still is most of the people that we interviewed told us they were carrying a weapon on them while we were interviewing them. So they were still to this day, some forty some years later baffled by what they had seen, and even though they had been on the force now retired after thirty forty years, they still were baffled by what they had seen, and it's still stood up to them as one of the weirdest cases they had ever investigated, and you can imagine how much weird stuff and officer season thirty years of service and Chad. Let's talk if we can a little bit more about some of the witnesses that you talked to about this. The creature itself has never been captured. Right. That's right. In most of the witnesses are convinced that the creature wasn't necessarily flesh and blood, that there was something supernatural to, and this creature, much like a lot of other cryptos has this overwhelming sense of fear that accompanies at that many of the witnesses are immediately, terrified and not just by the fact that they had encountered a ten foot creature roaming around in their backyard, or in their, their hometown. But something more to it. Something on a primal level causes fear where people even once they get home and in the safety of their home or out of the range in their vehicle. They feel a little almost embarrassed about how terrified they'd gotten? But at the moment they felt like if they didn't leave something was going to harm them. Let's get into the episode that occurred in nineteen eighty eight. That'll give everybody a pretty good perspective to about this monster. This is my favorite story of the big muddy legend, and it happened almost like a Hollywood set ABI horror movie, set this old salvage yard on the outskirts of town, where you had all these rotting old rusting vehicles labyrinth of dead ends and the owner. Bob, he was upset because he was being plagued by teenagers coming into his salvage yard and ripping the decks in his vehicle. So he hired an off duty police officer to monitor his business at night. And they had come up with this plan that if any intruders came in they would call one another and together, the two men would confront the intruders, you'll providing more safety for each of them and one night in the summer. They were working and they saw something moving on the outskirts of the back end of the salvage yard and they took their flashlights, and they started walking out there and they could see something big moving, but it was the stench that got their attention right away. And then their lights flash upon this nine foot white monster with a weird cone head in these large floppy ears. And they saw this thing with his glowing red eyes. And then when I interviewed Bob, he told me the is weren't reflecting the light, it wasn't I shine light was emanating from this creature and the entire time. They had it in their flashlights. It was darting back and forth between these wrecked vehicles and Bob said, what terrified him is that the creature seem to be mumbling to it self almost like it was talking to it self and some unknown language in the security guard grabbed his? Is pistol out of his holster, any asp, Bob, if you should shoot this thing. And Bob smartly said, no, don't shoot it. We don't know what this things keep -able. Exactly. It might just make it mad..

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"shawnee national forest" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

16:15 min | 1 year ago

"shawnee national forest" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And welcome back to coast to coast. Chad Lewis back with us. He was last with me about almost seven years ago as we talked about his work for over two decades. Chad has traveled the back roads of the world. And search of the very strange and unusual, as you will hear from tracking vampires and transa- Veniamin searching for the elusive monster of Loch Ness, the trailing the very dangerous Totta to Wedneday through remote villages of Belise and searching for ghosts in Ireland's haunted castles as well. Chad has score scoured the earth in search of the paranormal is written a couple books with his partners, Kevin Nelson and Noah Voss as well. We're going to talk about two issues to cases tonight with Chad later on. We'll take some of your stories and Chad, welcome back. I'd love your work. Nice to be with you again, George it is so cool to have our dear friend David Weatherly Loren Coleman. Right. Little blips for both of you all your books. I, I really like these. These people have been doing it. You know, thirty forty years can lend their expertise to the project, one of my favorite parts of doing this. It's fantastic. These days, I'm in northwards of Wisconsin. When we talk seven years ago where we talking about lake monsters of Wisconsin were about four or five years ago. We did a couple episodes of your beyond belief TV. She sure did we're monsters. And it seems like we can never run out of these crazy stories and that show Luzon forever. People can watch that anytime they want on on guy. It's really something. But let's talk about the latest book that has come out called the big muddy monster which has to do with southern Illinois, not too far from Saint Louis where I go to quite a bit. It's it's in that region. Isn't it, it really is most people don't think of Illinois as being southern, you know, they think of Springfield or Chicago Abe Lincoln country. And when you get down to southern Illinois you are literally in the south, you're lower than parts of Missouri, and the train just changes completely to be. Swampland yet, a shawnee national forest down there. And these rolling hills and prairies of the north give way to this one being dense forest land of south where these back country and the roads and it's just a whole different world down there. It really is. And, you know, when they wanna have a great time, they come across the Mississippi to Saint Louis that's their big city. Visit and people aren't aware that there's so many different things going on in southern Illinois. It's just the unbelievable but tell us about the big muddy monster. Tell us about that title interesting because this monster southern Illinois. It comes out of the big, muddy river, hence its name and they called a monster. Because even though it resembles a big foot or a sasquatch, it's somewhere between six and nine or ten feet tall. It's always a white furred, or white clothes, or white skinned always appears to be white and it has this cone head in these weird ears and. People who see claim that has glowing red eyes in its case in mud from the waist down though. It, it just come out of the river, and it always seems to travel along this river, which is like the name, implies big and muddy. When you stick your foot in this, this river, you come out take with mud. So this monster has been patrolling this area of southern Illinois for well over a hundred years, people have been seeing this creature for that long, which means that the thing has been breeding multiplied, I would guess, interesting is some of the early newspaper reports claim that not only were people seeing it, it was a packing livestock that a lot of farmers. And ranchers in that area were terrified because this unknown Munster was killing their precious livestock, in their fine hunting dogs, and they were losing their livelihood, and they were demanding that the thority is captured this thing. It does look like a sasquatch on your on your cover even though it's an artist's sketch. It's pretty darn close to Bigfoot isn't it? It really is. And that, that sketch came directly from a assiting, one of the more infamous sightings of the big money monster, where people sought with the glowing red eyes and it had a terrible stench to it in this long hair coming from. It's body. So even though it's an artist's sketch, and we took it right off of one of the witness stories and the best part about this book, is that even though these stories go back a hundred years, maybe even further in the history that many of the more modern sightings, the witnesses not only are still alive. They're willing to talk about their story. Speaking of one hundred one hundred dollars in nineteen forty nine was a lot of money wasn't that offered for any information or capture of the creature in the nineteen forties? The newspapers talked about a thing they call the. Thing they had no name for it. Hen foot white monster. That was terrorizing the tone, and there was an old iron works facility on the outskirts of town, salvage yard and this creature was being spotted so many times at the owner put up a hundred dollars reward for anyone who could catcher it hoping that this could alleviate the fear of his workers, who during lunchtime, we're afraid to sit around, because this monster was on the pro and as far as I know, George, no one ever claimed that hundred dollar reward. You'll probably still running. Maybe it's worth about seven hundred today. Yeah. Within flation, but you even know of I think the hundred dollars still would have been a quite sum of money, nineteen forty nine aftering. This thing I think it was meant to really add a lot of publicity for this story because these workers were genuinely terrified of this monster. So if this could raise the profile, this monster and help get caught. I think it was, what would have been well, worth one hundred dollars for that owner, Chad twenty four years later. Nineteen Seventy-three this legend, really popped what happened. This is where again we had mentioned more in Coleman doing the Ford. Lauren was there in the nineteen seventies when this exploded. And that's when the big muddy really got international fame and began nineteen Seventy-three down by riverside park, which is right along the big muddy river, and it was a spot where people hung out teenagers went, and it was one night in the summer of seventy three when a young couple was parked down there. You know, lovers lane sort of place when all of a sudden they heard this lowered loud screeching coming from the river and smell came into their car terrible smell, and they looked up in this thing was hovering out of the water coming toward their car, and they broke out of their engagement, and drove off a mmediately to the police department and said, we saw this giant nine foot monster almost attack vehicle. So the police rush out to the park. To try to find this thing. And of course, whatever was was gone, but they could still smell it. But what's interesting is in this was never reported in the newspaper at the time is one of the officers that I responded went into the woods, and when he was in the woods, he saw some foot prints. Well, you could call them prince, because the mud was so thick that when you put your foot in and pulled it up the suction would create a line in the mud. Yeah. Not your traditional Bigfoot cryptic print would fill fill in awfully fast. Wouldn't it? Yeah. So he saw a couple of these and then he heard this loud growl, scream from something he was so terrified. He dropped his revolver in the woods, and refused to go back and get it, jeez. It wasn't until several hours later when they were able to retrieve his weapon, and of course, that was something we learned from our interviews with the officers that responded. It wasn't reported in the media, no one wanted to. That an officer was too frightened that they left the revolver in the woods. But this creature was gone, were, they were they very open to talking to you the police officers, the surviving police officers were, and that's what really struck me about this case is that when you think of the southern Illinois police officers, these big sturdy menu one think would get spooked by anything. They were telling us that they didn't know what this thing was, but they were on alert, and they, they felt that the witnesses really had an experience and the witnesses were terrified. And remember this was the nineteen seventies in southern Illinois. It was gun country. Still, it still is most of the people that we interviewed told us they were carrying a weapon on them while we were interviewing them. So they were still to this day, some forty some years later baffled by what they had seen, and even though they had been on the force, and now retired for after thirty forty years, they still were baffled by what they had seen an still stood out to them as one of the weirdest cases they had ever investigated, and you can imagine how much weird stuff officer season thirty years of service, and Chad. Let's talk if we can a little bit more about some of the witnesses that you talked to about this. The creature itself has never been captured. Right. That's right. In most of the witnesses are convinced that the creature wasn't necessarily flesh and blood, that there was something supernatural to, and this creature much like a lot of other crickets has this overwhelming sense of fear that accompanies that, that many of the witnesses are immediately, terrified. Not just by the fact that they had encountered a ten foot creature roaming around in their backyard, or in their hometown. But something more to it. Something on a primal level causes fear where people even once they get home and in the safety of their home or out of the range in their vehicle. They feel a little almost embarrassed about how terrified they'd gotten? But at the moment they felt like if they didn't leave something was going to harm them. She had let's get into the episode that occurred in nineteen eighty eight. That'll give everybody a pretty good perspective to about this monster. This is my favorite story of the big muddy legend, and it happened almost like a Hollywood set of b horror movie set. This old salvage yard on the outskirts of town, where you had all these rotting old rusting vehicles elaborate of dead ends and the owner Bob he was upset because he was being plagued by teenagers coming into his salvage yard and ripping out the tape decks in his vehicle. So he hired an off duty police officer to monitor is business at night. And they had come up with this plan that if any intruders came in they would call one another and together, the two men would confront the intruders, you'll providing more safety for each of them and one night in the summer. They were working and they saw something moving on the outskirts of the back end of the salvage yard and they took their flashlights, and they started walking out there and they could see something big moving, but it was the stench that got their attention right away. And then their lights flash upon this nine foot white monster with a weird coned head in these large floppy ears. And they saw this thing with his glowing red eyes. And then when I interviewed Bob, he told me the is where reflecting the light it wasn't I shine light was emanating from this creature and the entire time they had it in their flashlights. It was darting back and forth between these wrecked vehicles and Bob said, what terrified him is that the preacher seemed to be mumbling to itself, almost like it was talking to it self and some unknown language in the security guard grabbed his? His pistol out of his holster. And he asked Bob, if you should shoot this thing. And Bob smartly said, no, don't shoot it. We don't know what this thing's capable. Exactly it made. My just make it mad. So they started to backtrack to the shed to the garage. And as they were this thing just kinda remained on the outskirts of their their vision. They could see it moving following them. But it never really came into view. And then Bob tried to lure it under this motion light that he had on the facility that would trigger the security lights and this thing seemed to display some sort of intelligence, where would not be lured under the light. So they get back to the shop and they're going to call the police. But one of them's a off duty officer, and he doesn't want the type of ridicule that may come from that. So Bob causes family to come out there. And they come out thinking he's joking. He's playing around. You know it's late at night. What's he doing wasting our time? And is they're all in the shed in this big garage. They start to hear banging on the side of the garage, and slowly, but surely, the banging gets louder and louder as though, Bob said, this thing was throwing rocks or bowlers at the side of the building. And Bob told me that he didn't think the thing was trying to break in because he thought just by the size of it that it could easily busted through the door in them. But instead, it was trying to terrorize them to really elicit some fear from them. And that's why it was throwing these boulders and smashing around, and eventually the noise stopped, and everyone ran to their car, and darted off and went home and the next day they came back and found these giant prints where this creature was said to have been in, you know, there's similar creatures in other areas. Missouri has what is called the Momo mount Vernon Illinois, which is not far from this area. You've been talking about has a monster as well. So different names for this what I think could be the same creature. She chad. I do too and things were -rupt ING in the nineteen seventies as many of your Monterey listeners know that the nineteen seventies were a hotbed of weird crypt is running around and Illinois seem to be at the heart of all the sightings that not only did you have the Enfield horror happening, you had huddle bottoms monster, and Momo, which probably is the most infamous of the other similar creatures. You know, the Missouri monster which has been chronicled in a great book by Lyle Blackburn, just recently most people compared to that, even though the colors were different where mobile was mostly dark Brown or black, and the big muddy was white, and big money seem to be a little bit bigger and people could see it base. Whereas Momo had that shaky Ferber. These are all similar creatures in it. It's weird that they'd be operating in the same g. Geographical locations. If it wasn't somehow related to one another and the possibilities of what his creature could be would be Bigfoot, right? What about some kind of ape that creature that is out there in the wild?.

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"shawnee national forest" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:47 min | 1 year ago

"shawnee national forest" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"A. And welcome back to coast to coast. Chad Lewis back with us. He was last with be about almost seven years ago as we talked about his work for over two decades. Chad has traveled the back roads of the world. And search of the very strange and unusual, as you will hear from tracking vampires and trans Vania and searching for the allusive monster of Loch Ness, the trailing the very dangerous thought to Wedneday through remote villages of Belise and searching for ghosts in Ireland's haunted castles as well. Chad as score scoured, the earth in search of the paranormal he is written a couple books with his partners, Kevin Nelson and Noah Voss as well. We're going to talk about two issues to cases tonight with Chad later on. We'll take some of your stories and Chad, welcome back. I love your work. Nice to be with you again, George and it is so cool to have our dear friend David Weatherly Loren Coleman. Right. Little blips for both of all your books. I, I really like. These these people have been doing it. You know, thirty forty years can lend their expertise to the project, one of my favorite parts of doing this. It's fantastic. Where are you? Now these days. I'm in the north woods of Wisconsin. When we talk seven years ago, weren't we talking about lake monsters of Wisconsin. Yeah. About four or five years ago. We did a couple episodes of your beyond belief TV. Sure, did we're monsters. And it seems like we can never run out of these crazy stories and that show Luzon forever. People can watch that anytime they want on on guy. It's really something. But let's talk about the latest book that has come out called the big muddy monster which has to do with southern Illinois, not too far from Saint Louis where I go to quite a bit. It's it's in that region. Isn't it, it really is most people don't think of Illinois as being southern, you know, they think Springfield or Chicago Abe Lincoln country. And when you get down to southern Illinois you are literally in the south, you're lower than parts of Missouri, and the train just changes completely to basic swampland, you have the shawnee national forest down there. And these rolling hills and prairies of the north. Give way to this swampy dense forest land of the south where these back country and the roads and it's just a whole different world down there, it really is. You know, when they wanna have a great time, they come across the Mississippi to Saint Louis that's their big city. Visit and people aren't aware that there's so many different things going on in southern Illinois. It's just the unbelievable but tell us about the big muddy monster. Tell us about that title. Interesting. Because this monster southern Illinois, it comes out of the big, muddy river name, and they called a monster. Because even though it resembles a big or a sasquatch it's somewhere between six and nine or ten feet tall. It's always a white furred, or white clothes, or white skinned always appears to be white and it has this cone head weird years. And people who see it claim that it has glowing red eyes in its caked in mud from the waist down. Is it just come out of the river, and it always seems to travel along this river, which is like the name, implies big and muddy? When you stick, your footing this, this river, you come out cake with mud monster has been patrolling this area of southern Illinois for well over a hundred years, people have been seen this creature for that long which means. That the thing has been breeding multiplied, I would guess what's interesting is some of the early newspaper reports claim that not only were people seeing it, it was a tacking livestock that a lot of farmers. And ranchers in that area were terrified because this unknown monster was killing their precious livestock, and they're fine hunting dogs and they were losing their livelihood. And they were demanding that the authorities captured this thing, it does look like a sasquatch on your on your cover even though it's an artist's sketch. It's pretty darn close to Bigfoot isn't it really is? And that, that sketch came directly from a citing one of the more infamous sightings of the big money, monster, where people sought with glowing red eyes and had a terrible stench to it in this long hair coming from. It's body. So even those artist's sketch, we took it right off of one of the witness stories and the. The best part about this book, is that even though these stories go back a hundred years, maybe even further into history that many of the more modern sightings, the witnesses not only are still alive. They're willing to talk about their story. Speaking of one hundred one hundred dollars in nineteen forty nine was a lot of money wasn't that offered for any information or a capture of the creature in the nineteen forties? The newspapers talked about a thing they called us saying they had no name for it. White monster. That was terrorizing tone. And there was an old iron works Pacific on the outskirts at town salvage yard. And this creature was being spotted so many times that the owner put up a hundred dollar war for anyone who could catcher it hoping that this could alleviate the fear of his workers, who during lunchtime, where frayed to sit around, because this monster was on the pro and as far as I know George known ever claimed that hundred dollar reward. You'll probably still running on, maybe it's worth about seven hundred today. Yeah. Within flation. But you even though I think the hundred dollars still would have been a quite some of money in nineteen forty nine. During this thing I think it was meant to really add a lot of publicity for this story because these workers were generally terrified of this monster. So if this could raise the profile, this monster and help get caught. I think it was, what would have been well, worth one hundred dollars for that owner, Chad twenty four years later. Nineteen Seventy-three this legend, really popped what happened. This is where again, we had mentioned Loren Coleman doing the Ford. Lauren was there in the nineteen seventies when this exploded. And that's when the big muddy really got international fame and began nineteen Seventy-three down by riverside park, which is right along the big muddy river, and it was a spot where people hung out teenagers went, and it was one night in the summer of seventy three when a young couple was parked down there. You know, lovers lane sort of place when all of a sudden they heard this lowered loud screeching coming from the river and a smell came into their car careful smell. And they looked up in this thing was, you know, hovering out of the water coming toward their car, and they broke out of their engagement, and drove off a medium to the police department and said, we saw this giant nine foot monster almost attack our vehicle. So the police rushed out to the park. To try to find this thing. And of course, whatever was gone, but they could still smell it. But what's interesting is, and this was never reported in the newspaper at the time is one of the officers that I responded went into the woods, and when he was in the woods, he saw some prints. Well, you could call them prince, because the mud was so thick that when you put your foot in pulled it up the suction would create a line in the mud. Yeah. Not your traditional Bigfoot cryptic print would fill fill in awfully fast. Wouldn't it? Yeah. So he saw a couple of these and then he heard this loud growl, scream from something he was so terrified. He dropped his revolver in the woods, and refused to go back and get it, jeez. It wasn't until several hours later when they were able to retrieve his weapon, and of course, that was something we learned from our interviews with the officers that responded. It wasn't reported in the media, no one wanted to. That an officer was to frighten that they left the revolver in the woods, but this creature was gone, were, they were they very open to talking to you the police.

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"shawnee national forest" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"shawnee national forest" Discussed on KNSS

"Commentary with toddstarnes. So why did the snake cross the road the answer next? Martha McCallum we only have an hour with our viewers every evening. We wanna make it count for them. We want them to know that they can trust us. So we do our hark, which cut through the noise, we tried to cut through the hysteria. We're not here to jump on a bandwagon. We're here to drill down on the facts. We know that we live in complicated times. We wanna peel that back, and we want to give everybody a sense that when they come to us. We will give it to them straight on Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion. Traffic alert for all you, folks. Driving through the shawnee national forest and Illinois forest road. Three forty five also known as snake road is officially closed and will not reopen until may fifteenth. The road is shut down for the annual migration of the snakes. Which is why they call it snake road. The snakes have been hibernating on the limestone bluffs and about this time of year. They slither back to nearby Larousse. Swap turns out about sixty six percent of all the reptiles. In Illinois live in the national forest park, ranger shut down the road. So the copperheads and the Rattlers can safely make it back to the swamp snake road is a big tourist destination. The Rangers say it's just fine to walk on the road so long as you don't touch the snakes. Okay. John scott. I'm Todd Starnes. Rush Limbaugh, the drive by media is a bunch of manure rush can't trust a single thing. They report when it comes to Donald Trump. And they haven't the slightest idea what was going on in Hanoi. They haven't the slightest idea what this was about. They don't have a clue because they don't care. The only thing they care about driving Donald.

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"shawnee national forest" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"shawnee national forest" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Doctor killed in a shooting last year. WGN's Don club reports the university of Illinois at Chicago says the tamra O'neil scholarship fund will benefit first year med students and it's urban health program. Officials say a dozen UIC medicine alumni established the fund say they've raised over sixty eight thousand dollars so far O'Neill was two thousand fourteen UIC college of medicine grad and did her emergency medicine residency in two thousand seventeen she was killed in a shooting at mercy hospital in Novi. Which also left a pharmacy technician police officer and the gunman dead donc leppin WGN news. The annual migration is over WGN's. Roger badesch explains shawnee national forest from southern Illinois has road called snake rodents been closed for the last two months to let the snakes move from their winter hibernation home to the summer home in a nearby swamp. The two and a half mile stretch of roadway reopened since weekend. Roger badesch WGN news. The body of a two year old has been found in Milwaukee. No Lonnie Robinson had been missing since her mother Sierra Robert Robinson was murdered on Monday. In wisconsin. The little girl's body was found on the side of a highway in the area wrapped in a blanket. Milwaukee police chief Alfonso Morales. She had been there for quite some time, which is consistent with the suspects time when he was in that area in Minnesota. And the college cheating scandal allegedly involved seven hundred and fifty families who paid money to the schemes purported ringleader to guarantee their kids a place in a good school. But some people who use the admissions coach to help their kids say they had no idea he was allegedly involved in any wrongdoing. Here's ABC's Eva pilgrim, we're learning of more famous families not accused of any wrongdoing who also worked with the alleged mastermind and college counselor at the center of this scam sports stars Joe Montana, and Phil Mickelson insisting their families never participated in any fraud. Three-time masters champion saying we were not part of the fraud. Our kids would disown us if we ever tried to interfere and Saint Patrick's Day is tomorrow, but many towns and cities across the United States are marking the day to day, including here in Chicago, which host a huge parade. It kicked off with the tradition of dying. The Chicago river green an Irish pro boxer Conor McGregor was one of the dignitaries at the Chicago. Parade. We celebrate it.

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"shawnee national forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"shawnee national forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The owner of the cascade drive in and west Chicago announced yesterday that the theater which has been in operation for more than fifty years will not open for the twenty one thousand nine hundred m beyond according to the daily herald now about thirty thousand people have signed an online petition begging owner to not sell the drive in site to a developer WBZ M's might Krause reports many people signing the petition have a nostalgic view memories from long ago, family outings dates in more recent memories for new generations, one writes, the cascade has been hosting families forever. Now more than ever we need places to go with our kids that are safe reasonably priced, and a reason to unplug someone wrote the joy that an outdoor theatre brings his beyond words, another what are you going to replace it with more stores a woman who had a date, they're probably the worst of her life. He wrote said she went back. Because it was so cool. Mike Crausser NewsRadio on one point nine FM. Wisconsin. Authorities are asking for help in finding a two year old girl who is missing after a man was arrested on suspicion of killing the girl's mother Milwaukee police chief I'll so Morales says the amber alert for no Laney Robinson was issued on Monday after her mother. Sierra Robinson was murdered allegedly by no Laney's father dairy as Higgins prosecutors say Higgins came from Miami to Milwaukee to give no Lanny to Robinson. But it's unknown. If Higgins actually brought Nolan with him the FBI announced there is a five thousand dollar reward for information that helps locate two year old no Laney Robinson. Customers are toasting one to a popular Wrigley. Ville bartender who passed away this week WBZ, Pat Cassidy reports Lloyd's Sanders worked the bar the Wrigley. Bill tap next to the metro and the thirty seven hundred block of north Clark customer said he spoke like the sailor. He was survived the World War Two plane crash at a key west hurricane sometime says payments metro performers would have one after rehearsal. He told Joe stronger the puck band the clash to turned down his boombox because jeopardy was on. And he killed jukebox Pearl Jam song. Not knowing you're carrying Eddie Vedder was at the bar. White Sanders was ninety two Pat Cassidy NewsRadio one point nine FM. Chicago streets are being cleared as one downstate road is being shut down. If you still have your chair cone or statue of the Virgin Mary in the street. Well, it's time to move. It dibs is over people throughout Chicago use the items each winter to save parking spots. They've cleared streets and sanitation will begin clearing streets of winter dibs debris next week. Meanwhile down. Downstate in the shawnee national forest. They're closing a road. So snakes and other amphibians can cross to their summer homes the animals hibernate in limestone bluffs, and then moved to a swamp for the summer that road gets closed until mid may Cisco Koto NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Bloomberg business coming up WBZ news time to twenty four. It's a.

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"shawnee national forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"shawnee national forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"News Radio seven eighty one zero five point nine FM rain is moving through the Chicago area now and expect that on and off throughout the evening. Maybe tomorrow as well. We'll have an overnight low in the mid forties for tomorrow. A high of fifty right now, it is fifty degrees at O'Hare and forty nine f- lakefront raining. On the market wash. Today. Dow closed up one hundred ninety one NASDAQ though fill Twenty-eight SNP up about fifteen WBZ news time, four twenty one. Our top story this hour the last minute push for votes ahead of tomorrow's midterm elections. President Trump spoke today in Cleveland vote for Democrats is a vote to bring this economic boom. Crashing to a sudden halt and here in Chicago, the record wave of early voters hit early voting sites with a little more than two and a half hours too early to early vote ten we'll have much more on this story at four thirty one closing fifty one source including those and gurney and also reported you together to wind down operations by February the home improvement retailer, historically, what it says is underperforming stores including two in this area. Appalachian, the south suburbs. Investigating a deadly hit and run. This happening talk really officers found an under responsive WalMart last night there Lincoln highway and Torrance the woman has not been identified. He died if ac- will you might think the slowest commuter travel time in Illinois is in the Chicago area. But it turns out that notoriety goes to a downstate forest. Authorities are extending the closure of a road through the shawnee national forest to give snakes more time to migrate across it. A two and a half mile stretch of snake road is usually closed. It goes for the annual migration of animals in September and October to accommodate endangered reptiles and amphibians, but it's been warmer than usual. So the migration is taking longer the road will be closed larger so stragglers. I wrote over snake road is still open to people travelling on foot pad Cassidy NewsRadio. Hi point nine FM residents in Chicago's uptown neighborhood getting creative in order to combat an ongoing problem like nothing I've ever seen. Jennifer, goolsbee has lived on the forty eight hundred block of Winthrop avenue for fourteen years. She says she's never seen so many wrath is the last six months, it is so ridiculous. I go for a walk with my dog. And I'll see six rats at five classmates turning the answer. She hopes are their newest residence. Set up these large teachers and the cat's just arrived yesterday. Who's be says, the neighbors all contributed to the cost of the feral cats and are welcoming them and feeding them and hopes they'll stick around and scare the rodents. The neighbors together. Like, let's say this problem goes about five hundred dollars for the feral cat colony to be brought in Lisa fielding NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. When it comes to skin cancer protection. A new study finds that men are still not getting the message. The researchers say skin cancer deaths. Among men have soared in wealthy nations, while mortality rates among women are rising more slowly or even declining in some places lead author Dorothy Yang of London's Royal free hospital. There is some evidence from several studies that suggest that men possibly don't protect your skin as well as women do more than ninety percent of melanoma cancers are caused by overexposure to the sun making it one of the most preventable of cancers. Something more men need to take on board. They keep Barker CBS news WBZ news time, four twenty three market news. What if every time you went out you could cash in now with the Capital One saver card? You earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment like their first taste of guacamole..

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"shawnee national forest" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"shawnee national forest" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"No, no, no, three hundred thousand dollar tab. That's pretty pretty good. By the way, didn't the only Rizzo got gold glove, right? Yeah. What's? It was good bad dirt. Okay. All right. I just got stop sign right there. No, I'm saying, I'm mad about stopping myself. Okay. Illinois road closed for migrating snakes until Tuesday, Harrisburg, Illinois. Oh, that's right by southern snakes and amphibians that have not yet cross snake road in shawnee. National forest can relax because officials are giving them a little more time to make the track. See the Carbondale southern Illinois. How do you pronounce southern Illinois in? Southern illinois. It's hard to pronounce because there's an SNL annoy that's remained silent. So it's L L I N S A N. So you're almost tricked into San Illinois sin. But you're not now reports and typically the two and a half mile long stretch of road in southern Illinois is closed automobiles for the annual migration the animals between September first, and I told her thirty. I did you know this two months. I did not know that no this year because of the late season warm weather delayed the migration the decision was made to keep the road closed until Tuesday. How I didn't know if I took you and cro- if you never say, yes, if I took you on a road trip to southern Illinois. You would be shocked at how beautiful it is. Oh, no. I understand with the lakes and the nature empty beer.

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"shawnee national forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"shawnee national forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Fifty two sunshine will be at four thirty nine this afternoon with the switch to standard time which may have noticed yesterday afternoon got darker earlier. Right. But it gets. Earlier in the morning around thirty forty six degrees. The current temp forty at midway airport going up fifty two some light rain later markets. Your makes the Dow up one hundred nine points SNP up three NASDAQ down eighty two WBZ news time nine fifty one. The only way to take WB BMW is the radio dot com app. Download it today and listen anytime, anywhere, News Radio seven thirty and one zero five point nine FM. A thirteen year old boy who prosecutors say shot a classmate and a teacher at their school in suburban Indianapolis is expected to finally admit to the attack during a hearing set for today the teacher tackled the boy to stop the attack back in may at Noblesville west middle school, just hours before a scheduled speech blind. The president of the National Rifle Association in Indiana. The appearance was cancelled Indiana Republican party initially said it was a scheduling conflict that led to the cancellation of Oliver North speaking engagement later, they said having north speak at GOP rally miles from where thirteen year old boy allegedly shot a classmate and a teacher last may would have been the wrong place. Wrong time Mariam's NewsRadio on what? Oh, five point nine. FM? Him voters could be getting lift to the polls tomorrow, some lift customers might get a free ride to the mid-term polls lift is one of the companies who partnered with make time to vote and other nonpartisan groups to increase voter turnout. Mike Masterman is head of. Social impact at lift we decided to offer a national fifty percent off discount code to everyone across the country as well as free rides to underserved communities, and when we looked at the numbers from the two thousand sixteen election, we saw that fifteen million people who are registered to vote did it vote because of transportation reasons lift also gave out information for employees and customers to help them understand their local ballot and make a voting plan. Gloria top CBS news. A woman walked into Walt Disney World resort last evening, claiming a stranger had given her a newborn baby the Orange County sheriff later determined. She was actually the child's mother police took her to a facility for treatment and evaluation. The baby is reported to be in good health at a hospital. We have a story from downstate that may give you some perspective on your commute. Authorities are extending the closure of a road through the shawnee national forest to give snakes more time to migrate across it. Snake road usually closed in September and October to accommodate endangered reptile. Miles an empty biens, but it's been warmer than usual. So the migration is taking longer. Lynn. Walter has business news next WBZ news time nine fifty three. This.

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"shawnee national forest" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"shawnee national forest" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Was Reverend Al Sharpton and pointing out the long lines to pay tribute to Franklin this week the Reverend Jesse Jackson lamented that the lines to vote aren't nearly. As long a can of pepper spray went off inside. And Hawaiian airlines flight heading, from California to Hawaii after a passenger had a legally. Brought it on board. People started, picking up sweaters, you know they were, covering their faces with their shirts people were shouting drop the. Mask stopped the, Maciel give us some air twelve passengers and three flight attendants were treated for respiratory issues New, Mexico police say a tire blew, out on a tractor trailer before, it slammed Thursday. Into an interstate bus killing eight people. That were forty eight people on board the greyhound including the driver he died in the crash truck driver. El, Cerro title says he did not. Think he would survive I just knew I was going to Surprise Made it the bus originated in Saint. Louis the victims have not been identified came watch news time is, five thirty. Three the unofficial end of summer is here travel. Experts you mean torn. Tori explains this weekend is going to be another busy end of summer holiday weekend and share the top destinations across the country when it comes to top, destination the world's largest hotel. Chain Mary says that New, York, Chicago, Orlando Atlanta in, Seattle our top choices as we round out the summer. Torn, Tori added airfare to these top destinations as down eleven percent compared to twenty seventeen another right of this weekend or a. Tradition, anyway a rite of passage for endangered species in southern. Illinois every year officials closed down what's called snake road in the shawnee national. Forest that's so threatened and endangered species of snakes and m Fibbens can have free rein to migrate from a swamp to the. Bluffs the road will be closed for Two months to ensure they can cross safely though vehicles won't. Be allowed on the road it does remain open to people. Travelling on foot visitors are advised that collecting and handling the creatures, is prohibited. Under federal and state law Meghan Lynch NewsRadio eleven. Twenty Camelback did you. Know that the flood wall along the Mississippi River downtown holds the Guinness world record for longest mural well through Sunday graffiti artists from around the world are, gathering for paint Saint Louis. Two thousand eighteen legal sanction, wall, would, permit from the, city is short so it's a way to show families. And, people that difference between just some scrabble on the law and actual real art painting us paint Lewis organizer John Harrington says. It's, also trade show of sorts for the artists the three. Day event is free to the public but if you see a work you. Really love he says take a picture just part of the graffiti culture now what you paint today will probably be covered up. Next week though so I take That picture now? If, you're going, to see it in the way to get there is. Take Shoto, all the way to the river you'll basically run right into the wall. So you can find some really neat stuff down there to check it out so that's the Mississippi River flood wall down at the foot of shadow. Came watch news, time is five thirty six Brian Thompson has our. Forecast coming up and then we'll check sports for. You to use radio eleven twenty, x we.

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"shawnee national forest" Discussed on The Rusty Humphries Rebellion

The Rusty Humphries Rebellion

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"shawnee national forest" Discussed on The Rusty Humphries Rebellion

"Having a daughter that is in high school and spending time at that high school trying to help her get a decent education has been very difficult there's quite a little attitude going on in the teachers in my area anyway haberman shawnee national forest deplorable now house how you doing kevin good to see you what are the test scores doing i don't know barry says parents by all the supplies now so that's not excuse any more that's true i know i'm spending a lot of money on it by the way have you followed me on the here meow nap hear me out at have you done that it's very important you know couple of reasons one as you and i both know you know these major social media companies are censoring speech and they're doing it every day in every way possible trying to hurt conservatives it's scary this is stuff at a science fiction books this is stuff that's not supposed to happen in this country but it is and so because of that we need to find alternatives in the one i found that i like is called the hear me out there sponsors of this program helping me stay on the air to be able to my family and one of the reasons they do it is because they would like you to go and check out the app download it and if you do it for me i'd appreciate it and i think you'll like you download the app to your phone whether it's an android or an iphone sign up ford then cost a thing take a minute or two and then find me rusty humphries there's no space in between my name when you look for me rusty humphries the wine h because i set it up wrong.

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"shawnee national forest" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"shawnee national forest" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"It's just a fun sport for a family it is now ren lake is you know it's only a few hours south of chicago you don't use even driving north of carbon del folks just a little south of mount vernon you're here in a couple of hours from chicago and that's the furthest run anywhere in the state anywhere else it's shorter than that really and this is such a it's i call it the gateway to the shawnee national forest it really is this is a place where you can see us begin your adventure of the outdoors but my problem is i don't wanna get any further than here you know what's funny is we have a we have a small hotel here a new facility and we have established now in the last four years we have established a clientele from the city that comes down and a lot of the gentlemen are retired and they'll be calling down let us know when the fish are biting and they're ready to come they they've found the secret down here and there's really no stop signs between the city and here you just get on at interstate i see a little bit of heaven at exit seventy seven that's my line yes sir yes sir yes sir but we have basically adopted you down here because you're kind of your mother told you to be nice to people no no you you you you come down and you witness what we've got going on and then you go back and you're the messenger and that's why you are.

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