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"terry michelle" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"Mp. I in the summer of fifteen eighteen. Hundreds of townspeople took to the streets of strasbourg in modern day. France to dance feverishly until they collapsed. Some even died. They weren't celebrating their pain and distress was clear. They literally couldn't stop themselves. Mma tune in nineteen forty. Four may have been just as uneasy as strasbourg was in fifteen eighteen. Many residents had loved ones fighting overseas in world war. Two and particularly nasty strain of the flu had swept through the region with so many people on edge. It wouldn't take much to ignite panic after mateen's citizens heard reports of a phantom anesthetist if they caught with a cooking gas or sweet perfume it could trigger panic likewise in a town that's had multiple reports of mysterious break-ins someone might see. A squirrel rustling in the bushes and assume a prowler was at their window or believe an ordinary shadow from a tree belongs to a fleeing attacker. This phenomenon is known as confirmation bias. That's the human impulse to interpret information to suit your predetermined beliefs. We've discussed it pretty extensively in previous episodes. Let's say for whatever reason you're convinced. That cake has medicinal properties. You eat some cake and start to feel better. You're going to be more likely to attribute the positive gains to the slice. Just eight even. If you've been resting and drinking plenty of water. If you read a study that supports your opinion. That cake is medicine. You'll accept it as true. If you read a contradicting report. You're more likely to explain it away. You might say that. The person who published the information owns pie shop in wants to defame cake or might just call them a liar. Confirmation bias can color people's political and religious identity. It's one reason that hard data isn't always effective at changing people's minds about their deeply held beliefs and in the case of the mad gasser. It might have inspired people to interpret ordinary sights and sounds as evidence that they were under attack. why not they already believe. The culprit could be anywhere walking among them. Say you have loose window panes. Every time the wind blows their little bit. You're so used to it. You barely notice the sound until one day after you read a new story about a mad gasser and you assume the rattling noise must be someone trying to break into your house and this wouldn't be the only example in which confirmation bias lead to mass psychogenic illness take for example the june bug epidemic of nineteen sixty two as the name implies. The incident began in june nineteen sixty to a woman at an american based textile factory. Fell mysteriously ill. After supposedly opening a box of fabric shipped from england. The woman whom will call barbara saw a bug bite on her skin just as she experienced a slew of strange symptoms including fatigue nausea and disorientating within moments. She broke out in a full body rash. Her supervisor suspected that she'd come down with the flu in to go home but barbara was adamant that an insect had given her a disease the following day. Several more workers fell ill at their stations. Within three days sixty three employees reported experiencing symptoms similar to barbara's the media began asking questions about hazardous work conditions and the factory had no choice but to temporarily shut down. They underwent a full insect inspection and fumigation but besides a few nets and beetle. No bugs turned up confident. That conditions were safe. The factory owners call their workers back the assured their employees that their symptoms were all in their heads and it worked the illnesses abruptly stopped just like edmonton reports of gassing ceased after the chief of police see cole publicly declared that the town was in the grips of a mass hysteria on the heels of his announcement. The citizens realized there was nothing to be afraid of so they stopped imagining gas-attacks. As an explanation mass hysteria also cleared up the puzzling lack of motive for anyone conducting the so-called attacks all along police were flummoxed by the. Here's unpredictability the victims. Were seemingly random from walks of life and races. Nothing was ever stolen from their homes now. They had an answer. The guests who didn't need a motive because they didn't exist in short m. p. is can explain a lot of the circumstances surrounding the tune gas-attacks but there are a few details. That don't add up. I the victims don't exactly fit the profile of a population that's normally susceptible to a mass psychogenic illness but more importantly an n. p. I can't explain why the earliest victims imagine the exact same attack reports of the mad gasser or made public so maybe chief coups mass hysteria theory was actually part of a cover up coming up. The gender by sees behind hysteria diagnosis everyone. It's molly if you haven't had a chance to check out the playful new podcast blind dating. Now's the time to benjamin. You've missed before catching all episodes every wednesday in this spotify original from podcast. We're expanding the places you can meet your match with twist you'll never see coming join host terry michelle. As she introduces one hopeful single to strangers in a voice only call through a series of illuminating games and questions. The trio will get to know one. Another without the distraction of appearances but in the end is personality enough for these strangers to fall head over heels or once. The cameras are turned on. Will they head for the hills. Connect with new episodes of blind dating every wednesday. You can find and follow blind dating free on spotify or wherever you get your podcast saying. You're a toyota venza driver and there isn't a true crime podcast. 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"terry michelle" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"A shadow as though someone were standing just outside. But she couldn't do anything about the prowler. She couldn't do anything at all but lie there and wait. Defenseless meanwhile orleans husband bird finally returned home from work. He just pulled into the drive when he saw dark figures standing outside his daughter's bedroom window in a flash. He was out of his car and through the garden gate. He couldn't make out the figures features because they warhead to toe black clothing and a that obscured their face. Worst of all the stranger bert approaching and fled. Burt gave chase but the prowler was fast. In minutes they disappeared down. An unlit alleyway unaware of the continued danger. Burt returned home to break the news. That a peeping. Tom was now in madison. He pushed open the door to reveal a grisly sight. His wife in the midst of seemingly painful wrenching movements. Luckily the police had also just arrived along with martha. Burt wasted. No time in telling them all about the figure outside a lean started to recover while her husband told his tail as she regained the ability to move. Burt helped her to the sofa. So the officers could take her testimony though the cops hadn't been summoned to the race house the night before when word got out about the incident at the karni home urban inherit rafe came forward with their story. Almost immediately some police force believe the attacks had to be related. Unfortunately not everyone was convinced when the officers shared their theory with the chief of police. The commanding officer seem skeptical. This was a not war torn europe. Why would anyone attack a pair of married couples with a chemical weapon in spite of the disbelief. The officers returned to the carney's house the following morning to sweep for evidence as news spread throughout the neighborhood. A small civilian search party joined the police in their effort but they found nothing. The lack of evidence didn't do much to bolster the cereal gas-attack theory but even though some people doubted the police officers hypothesis they still had good reason to worry at the very least a peeping. Tom had disturbed the carney's and mike target other local families. But who could have been. No one was prepared to believe that one of their own could be responsible for something so sinister. Unfortunately the mysterious figure was about to step up their tactics and leave the people of mired in paranoia coming up the attacks. Pick up steam. Hi everyone it's molly. If you haven't had a chance to check out the playful new podcast blind dating. Now's the time to binge what you've missed before catching all new episodes every wednesday in the spotify original from podcast. We're expanding the places you can meet your match with a twist. You'll never see coming join host terry michelle. As she introduces one hopeful single to strangers in a voice only call through a series of illuminating games in questions. The trio will get to know one. Another without the distraction of appearances but in the end is personality enough for these strangers to fall head over heels or once. The cameras are turned on. Will they head for the hills. Connect with new episodes of blind dating every wednesday. You can find and follow blind dating free on spotify or wherever. You get your podcasts. The truth is out there and now you can see it for yourself n. Even document the evidence the may grid as returned the saucy tender and incredibly delicious sandwich with a taste that is out of this world the sandwich that influences culture and has a cult following the one that inspires means fan art and music.
"terry michelle" Discussed on Haunted Places
"Home fig nodded and shot her girlfriend a grateful smile. That peggy in the Red Bleeders spinoff into the Dr. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, nine, a British post punk band called UK decay traveled to claw pill to shoot a cover for their EP the black forty five, they got the shot but were a spooked by the experience and reportedly ran back to their car in terror. They made their way back. They came face to face with claw pills famous ghostly white horse, which disappeared as soon as they rounded a bend in the road. The white horse is a common citing the roads of Clump Hill and the hill above. In fact, he's so well known that a local pub the flying horse is named after him. The members of UK decay reported several incidents of bad luck in the months that followed their fateful photo shoot. Still. They use the photo for the cover of the EP when it was released in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty. There's a marked awkwardness to the picture as the for musician stand in the now empty casement that once held the massive gothic window. They're trying to look cool but there's a stiffness that one wouldn't expect from these counter culture rebels. Despite toughness, it's clear. They're ready to run. Nowadays. Old Saint Mary's Church tries to avoid the black magic title, their ecological beside the ruins that tourists can use as a base for hiking biking and exploring the ample nature that surrounds the small town. The church has been purged of its graffiti and volunteers lead tours to the top of the tower. But. They're rumors persist paranormal websites abound with reports of mysterious lights, smoke and shadows at old Saint, Mary's. A local legend holds that to reporters fell asleep while staking out the church and discovered photos on their memory cards of them sleeping soundly. In nineteen ninety-six, a young photographer was alarmed to discover that a strange motorcyclists she chatted with at the Church born eery resemblance to a biker who had died in an accident near Klopp pill long before they met. Had the so-called black magic churches connections with necker. Mansi. Trapped spirits who should have moved on. Our the rumors of the rituals. True. There's no real way to know unless you call them the spirits of Saint Mary's yourself. You'll have to bring your own Skull Tho- genesis now buried under eight tons of earth near the church entrance. The spirits at Saint Mary's aren't too friendly. But they might take kindly to you bring them new bones to play with. Or maybe they'll just want to play with your bones instead. Thanks again for tuning into haunted places. We'll be back on Thursday with a new episode and don't get to come back on Tuesday for our urban legend series available only on spotify. You can find more episodes of haunted places and all other park has two originals for free on spotify. Not only to spotify already have all of your favorite music. But now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast rituals like haunted places for free from your phone desktop for smart speaker. To stream haunted places on spotify just open the APP tap browse and type haunted places in the search bar. I'll see you next time. Haunted places was created by Max Cutler and is a podcast studios. Original executive producers include Max and Ron Cutler sound design by Kenny Hobbs with production assistance by Ron Shapiro Carly Madden and Isabella Way. This episode of haunted places was written by Lil de Ridder and Jennifer Shea butter assistance by Greg Castro. I'm Greg. Paulson. Hey listeners don't forget to follow blind dating for a fun twist on a classic Setup Youtuber and host Terry Michelle can't wait to help hopeful singles meet their match search blind dating and follow free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts..
"terry michelle" Discussed on Haunted Places
"Could see the water take on a slightly oily sheen just as Guang had promised it. She climbed in slowly. Warm water felt so nice. Tired Skin. She curved her neck and slid entirely beneath the surface to enjoy the quiet and let the seeds do their work. After a few moments, soaking kill began to lift your head out of the water. But. There was something blocking her way the viscous wait she couldn't recognize or define. She opened her eyes slowly. But she couldn't see much of anything. Provision was shrouded in a glowing darkness. She was squinting trying to understand when she realized but darkness was moving. It wasn't a single entity. It was hundreds of smaller ones. Large massive dark seeds congealed together forming a Gelatin Mike Layer on the top of the water. For lungs burned with Anita breeze. Kia Clot her hands through the surface searching for a break large enough to feed her head through. Every time she managed to claw few gaps into the layer, but dark shapes pushed in to block the holes. The world was starting to shift around her maybe your eyes were deceiving her but it looked as though the seeds for growing into long tendrils above her blocking out light and escape. Her arms were sore from trying to fight the immovable mass. Her eyes burn her heartbeat loudly in her ears she could feel herself starting to lose energy. Keough didn't know how much fight she had left in her. The water was starting to turn cold body was shivering underneath the blanket of seeds she was so tired. It would be easy just to go to sleep. Her corpse would be pretty enough that would have to do. She thought s eyelids drifted closed. Even, the painful training prolongs began to fade as her vision closed in. She gave into to the strange syrupy way to the seeds in the water. And let her body go still. Up Next, kiyo learns the not so healing properties of her new regimen. Listeners I have a surprising nutrient for you. You know you can find love and a bar or on an APP why not a podcast in blind dating the new spotify original from podcast we're expanding the places you can meet your match with a twist you'll never see coming. Every Wednesday youtuber and host. Terry Michelle introduces one hopeful single to two strangers in a voice only call. Through a series of illuminating games in questions, the trio fines all the this and awkwardness of a first date minus the distraction of appearances. But once are hopeful single chooses their match. The cameras are turned on and it's either butterflies or goodbye. Blind dating airs weekly with new episodes every Wednesday you can find an follow blind dating free on spotify over every get your podcasts. This episode is brought to you by Siemens USA. Today's current climate spanning healthcare economic and societal crises. There's a reason people are fearful for the future but moments of crisis can make us stronger and provide us powerful opportunities to create the future we want. This is the mentality behind the optimistic outlook, a podcast from Siemens? USA. You'll hear from their CEO Barbara Hampton as she takes a fresh look at. The technology, we can use to advance important forward thinking values. It's not about rebuilding existing structures that just aren't working anymore. It's about reimagining away forward to create a society that's more equitable, resilient, and sustainable. You'll hear how to engage in practical actionable ways to help bring these powerful ideals into reality and discover new digital innovations that can help progress the 'cause. Subscribe on spotify to the optimistic outlook. Now, back to the story. Bolkiah wanted was to look beautiful forever and always. She thought that if she worked hard enough, she could have the skin she always dreamed of. She followed her friend's advice in saw Guang stunning and successful healer who shop deep in central Seoul. The Remedy Guang had given her seemed legitimate. The positive effects of sesame oil on skin and hair was well documented. But this was seeds not the oil. The seeds had expanded in the hot water preventing kill from racing your head through the oiling layer. She want as hard as she could, but it wasn't enough. She went still on the bottom of the soaking tub ready to admit defeat. But something shook her awake. Keough's is opened. She could have sworn that a pair of hands touched her. But she couldn't focus on that. She had to turn all her attention on using the last of her strength to find air for her drowning lungs to get out. She found purchase her hands on the edge of the TUB and surged upwards. The layer of seeds felt thick against your skin. She could feel them sliding down her body as she forced herself through the surface. Keough sucked in a massive breath of air as she sat up in the TUB. The water was cloudy cold. The unexpected central high biscuits lay thick around the room. She looked down to risk skin. And screamed. The sesame seeds no longer clung to the water. Now, they were clinging to her skin. She could feel the small hair like vines burrowing into her flash each one widening underneath the surface. Loud knock startled Keough from her horror. Her mother's voice came from the other side. She was worried about how much time keough spent bathtub. Keough bitter lip until it bled holding in sound for pain as she stood up. When she caught her reflection in the large bathroom mirror. She nearly fell back into the TUB. Every inch of her skin was dotted with a tiny black seeds. Tiny webs of pink flesh could be seen between them. But that only made the patchwork more unnerving. It looks like she'd become a nest for a million tiny insects. Her mother couldn't see her like this. Keel, yelled out a few words of reassurance to her mother. She hoped that the sound of water sloshing enough to drown out the panic in her voice. Her mother kept knocking. keells mind was racing. She needed to fix this. Her left hand went to her right arm. She pulled that one of the sesame seeds. But it wouldn't move. It felt almost like a scab. But more resilient. She worked her fingernail beneath the seed, but she couldn't find a way to get all the way under. The seeds had embedded themselves into every one of pours. Keough needed to be more aggressive. She took a deep breath and yanked on the small seat as hard as she could it's stung and pinched. She let out a short quick braff trying to push the pain away. For, fingers slipped against the smooth surface tears and snot were starting to drip down into the sink..
"terry michelle" Discussed on Cults
"The sun and the moon under her feet and upon her head, a crown of twelve stars. The letter writers alleged that the logo made a mockery of that verse and was thus Satanic. They also claimed that the devils number six six six could be made if you drew lines between the stars according to conspirists that meant that proctor and gamble had signed a pact with Satan some even alleged that the company sent money to the Church of Satan. The allegations were primarily spread by a pamphlets passed out by evangelical churches. In shopping center parking lots concerned citizens informed their neighbors that they were washing their hair with the devil shampoo. As. Absurd. As the story was, it resulted in a genuine headache for proctor and gamble some retailers Cape to public pressure and stopped carrying their products in nineteen eighty two, the company received more than three thousand letters a week complaining about Satanic Imagery. So they hired four full time employees who were solely devoted to answering every message every year it seemed the rumors became wilder finally in Nineteen eighty-five proctor and gamble changed their logo to quell the outrage once and for all though it may have stopped some of the criticisms moves like these. Only, legitimized the absurd accusations in the minds of conspiracy theorists and the more anti satanist felt that their claims were validated the more they loaded the powder keg for the future panic later in our satanic panic special, we'll explore exactly what happened when it did. But for now, remember people have been flooded with propaganda from all sides about the contrived threat of Satanism. For years it was an environment where an extremely vocal group of people legitimately believed they were fighting an eternal war with the devil there were no rules, but there would be casualties. Her. Thanks again for tuning into our satanic panic special we'll be back Thursday with part two of our colts and serial killers. Crossover event will explore the real and terrifying serial killers that fueled the satanic panic for more information on the history of the satanic panic amongst the many sources we used we found Geoffrey Vickers Article Satanic cult rumors as contemporary legend. Extremely. Helpful to our research you can find more episodes of serial killers, cults, and all other spotify rituals from podcast for free on spotify not only does spotify already have all of your favorite music but now spotify making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite originals from podcast like serial killers and colts for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker. Next time serial killers colts. Tax Cutler and our podcast studios originals, executive producers include Max and Ron Cutler sound designed by Russell Mash with production assistance by Ron Shapiro Carly, Madden, and Joshua. Kern this episode was written by Terrel Wells with writing assistance by Abigail, cannon and stars, Greg Poulsen and Vanessa Richardson. Hey. Listeners don't forget to follow blind dating for a fun twist on a classic Setup Youtuber and host Terry Michelle can't wait help hopeful singles meet their match search blind dating and follow free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts..
"terry michelle" Discussed on Kingpins
"It didn't work. Boots was found guilty on all four counts in April two, thousand, twelve, he was sentenced to twenty five years in prison in two, thousand, twelve, the forty, five year old boot sat in the prisons visitor room for an interview with journalist Nicholas Schimmel. At one point Schmidl asked if he had any remorse boot said, I did nothing in my mind that qualifies as a crime. Sure. I was doing transportation of arms, but it was occasionally three hundred and sixty days were normal shipments for five days. I shipped arms and made a couple of hundred thousand dollars. This was of course in contrast most of the Intel gathered over the previous two decades only time will tell if the full scope of boots dealings will ever be revealed the United States and boot himself deny much about their relationship. But it isn't hard to imagine that they would strike a deal. America has a history of making deals with the devil and then turning on them when they are no longer a value but victim boot up what it much. In the same way he always considered himself to be nothing more than a businessman. It didn't matter who he was dealing with rebel factions in war-torn countries, the Taliban al Qaeda, the United Nations, or even the United States, his only loyalty was to the all mighty dollar. Thanks again for listening to kingpins for more information on victim boots amongst the many sources we used, we found merchants of. By. Douglas. Fara. And Stephen, Brown, extremely helpful to our research. You can find more episodes of kingpins and all other podcast originals for free on spotify not only does spotify already have all of your favorite music. spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like kingpins for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream kingpins on spotify. Just open the APP and type kingpins in the search bar and don't forget to follow us on facebook and Instagram, at podcast and twitter at podcast network we'll see you next time kingpins was created by Max Cutler and is a podcast studios. Original Executive Producers Include Maxon Ron Cutler sound designed by Nick Johnson with production assistance by Ron Shapiro Carly Madden, and Aaron Larson. This episode of kingpins was written by me Rosca with writing assistance by Kate Gallagher and stars Kate Leonard, and Alistair murden. Listeners don't forget to follow blind dating for a fun twist on a classic Setup Youtube and host Terry Michelle can't wait to help hopeful singles meet them match search blind dating, follow free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts..
"terry michelle" Discussed on Haunted Places
"If you ask. Huntsville local where Maple Hill playground is, they'll look at you very strangely most know it as dead children's playground. Hopping the fence to spend the night on the swing set is a teenage rite of passage and rumors swirl about disembodied children's laughter and footsteps. Some say they see all apparitions of children who jumped from the swings and run off into nothingness. Though the playground itself was only built in nineteen eighty five local legend says that an unknown serial killer prowled Phil beginning the nineteen sixties. He is said to have dismembered his school age victims, bearing them pieces around the quarry that would later become the playground. It Maple Hill par. Up Next we return to the killer and his sack and the source of the ghostly cry that haunts him. Listeners I have a surprising new treat for you. You know you can find love and a bar or on an APP why not a podcast in blind dating the new spotify original from podcast we're expanding the places you can meet your match with a twist you'll never see coming. Every Wednesday youtuber and host Terry Michelle introduces one hopeful single to two strangers in a voice only call. Through a series of illuminating games in questions, the trio finds all the sweetness and awkwardness of a first date minus the distraction of appearances. But once are hopeful. Single chooses their match. The cameras are turned on and it's either butterflies or goodbye. Blind dating airs weekly with new episodes every Wednesday, you can find and follow blind dating free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. This episode of haunted places is brought to you by simply safe everybody wants to feel safe in their home. The best way to get that sense of security is with simply safe it was designed to be easy to use. 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It is said that Maple Hill cemetery has been accepting the dead since long before it was formally established in eighteen eighteen. In. Huntsville the land was simply known as the burying place until the town leadership gave it a name. Northern Alabama was still mostly frontier then and grounds keeping wasn't exactly a priority. The oldest legible grave in Maple Hill actually dates from September eighteen twenty. Game was Mary Francis. Atwood. She hadn't made it to her first birthday. Mary remembered very little about her short live. It was snatches of sense rather than meaning the warmth of her mother's skin the earthy smell of her father's hair and the faraway laughter of her siblings. She didn't remember her death either. Only. That she was there one moment and here the next. The absence of senses rather than the overwhelming wash them. Mary died before she could truly listen let alone speak. Birds, were just sounds a mystery of those far older and larger than her. She had no concept of mortality when she was ripped from the world. So her afterlife was very strange indeed. She felt her mother praying for her. It was push at her back urging a retold might boy, she couldn't understand. And because she did not understand how to go. Mary stayed in the burying place. After years and years she stopped feeling the poll of her mother's prayers. To pass the time Mary wandered she didn't have his hands to steady her but now she didn't need them. She carried herself on the breeze pushing her pudgy fingers. The great stone says she floated giggling all the while she was playing like this when he first appeared. A white haired man with strange square spectacles heavier than the ones who father at war. The men's hair was well kept his shirt starched white against the moon. He carried a bag on his back like her father's when he went hunting for game. But this man had a different prey. Mary built their sorrow I. There were children like her in that bag. Little ones lost in the darkness unable to get home. Mary wanted to tear the man's bag in too but she was too small and weak to free the children. So she did the only thing she knew how to do the only power. He ever had a chance to use her brief life. Her voice. Merry screen. She way old. She cried with the anguish of someone who had just discovered the quality of the world. And finally. He heard it. The men pumped his head confused he looked left and right then nearly fell over. He scrambled through the cemetery quickly scurrying between the craves Mary Fallen screaming talking demanding King let the children. Gone. The man broke into our run stumbling out of the cemetery. Mary. Reached for gas but she discovered she could go no further. She cried and stretched tiny arms out over the small cement divider. But it was no use a strange invisible wall stretched up before her she watched the man catches breath and head into the park with a sack tearing the children away from her. She. Cried for different reason now. She was alone again and the other children were too. She had lost. The man with the bag came back to the cemetery again and again a chorus of ghostly whimpers echoing from his bag as he passed. Each time he did very tried to get him to drop the bag and run. She refused to stop she reviews to tire. She had new France to save in his sack friends who might make her existence a little less lonely. Every time Mary smashed against the boundary. It hurt a little less. She grew a little stronger and her voice grew louder. The night was more and the moon was full when Mary.
"terry michelle" Discussed on Secret Societies
"In, the summer of eighteen sixty pro Italian demonstrations filled the streets of Naples though the Bourbon regime has governed the city for centuries they grew afraid as they watched their Power Ping in real time the impending arrival of General Giuseppe Garibaldi and his revolutionary forces only served to turn up the heat. Garibaldi was coming for Naples next and the regime worried that their days were numbered. Things divulge further when the city's entire police force was scared off the streets by the mobs. Instead of acting decisively, the Bourbon regime charged one of their ministers with handling this issue that minister was Liborio Romano, a statesman and former Italian patriot to resolve the fallout from what had happened with the police Bramante made an odd decision. He put the Kamara in charge of policing the city. Brahmana claimed he gave the Secret Society Job so that they had the opportunity to redeem themselves whether this was true or not the public accepted. His explanation change was everywhere in Naples at the time and the sentiment was that the Kamara should have the chance to remake themselves. But Romano's reasoning could have been ally one possible theory for his flexibility with the Comoro involves a secret society connection of his own according to Historian and author John Dickie Romano was a freemason. Freemasonry is an order focused on both secret ceremonial rituals and community focused acts of charity. If Romano was a freemason than the Secret Society of the camera might have reminded him of his own group. Ramana would've known about the society's rituals and codes, and while the Comores traditions were quite different from those of the freemasons perhaps Ramada thought he could mold the group into a more civic minded society whatever his intentions Ramana was unsuccessful in changing the `Camorra for the better the minute he made them police officers endowing them with the power of the state. The COMRIE ST began breaking the very laws they've been hired to uphold. I they used their status to broaden their extortion rings. It was already difficult for Neapolitans to being down by the comrie St in the past. But now that the extortionists were police, uniforms, refusing their demands was impossible despite the increased funds the Comoro wanted more. So they used their new powers to turn Naples location on the Mediterranean into gold. Usually when crates of clothes and spices arrived on the waterfront customs, officials would go through it and Levy a tax on imports. But when the Comoro were the ones receiving the import officials weren't allowed to collect taxes. The camera even prevented them from inspecting the cargo itself. Their new powers made for a very profitable summer for the `Camorra and very ruinous summer for the government's customs revenue. But a bigger change was at hand when General Garibaldi arrived in. Naples on September seventh eighteen, sixty terrified bourbon royal family fled their palace. This allowed Garibaldi to take temporary control over Naples without resorting to violence citizens paraded through the streets in celebration and the `Camorra held their breath wondering what Garibaldi is rule would mean for them. They needn't have worried while Garibaldi built in new government for the people of Naples. He allowed the Camara to remain as police officers. This was in part due to Liborio Romano at first he was kept on as part of Garibaldi cabinet and despite the Comoros many crimes Romanos still apparently viewed the society as reformed so it only seemed natural to keep them on as. Of the law meanwhile the Comoro continued masquerading as law enforcing police officers while gleefully extending their corruption behind the scenes and as Garibaldi government began restructuring neopolitan politics the Comoro discovered even more opportunities to enrich themselves in the wake of Garibaldi takeover a coalition of politicians governed the Kingdom of Italy. They believed that the right to vote should only go to men who owned property and so participation in politics became a privilege of the elite since the Cameras D. sought to align themselves with people in power, the society's bosses realized that they should influence as many politicians and elite voters as they could. Politicians quickly realised that the Comoro had the power to sway elections their way as a result, they started promising protections for the Secret Society in exchange for votes. It was a vow. The society was happy to uphold sometimes come wristy even doled out beatings to voters who didn't support their chosen candidates. This would be disruptive enough in any voting system, but the `Camorra didn't stop there when the society favored a member of parliament to they felt could be manipulated. They watched his every political move. If he did something, they found threatening such as making a speech that hinted he might crackdown on their power. They followed him home there they whistled eerily outside his windows. This was their warning and it was all they had to do to remind their favourite politician to stay in line while tactics like these made the Comoro of force. In Italian parliament, it also earned them an enormous amount of unwanted attention that increased scrutiny would ultimately hinder their schemes. Up. Next one man makes it his duty to stop out the camera forever. Listeners I have a surprising nutrient for you. You know you can find love and a bar or on an APP. 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"terry michelle" Discussed on Biz4Good Show
"But you know if if someone I wanna ask you that question at least to say you know what I mean I know people are already asking what is that <hes> but you know there are a lot of people that I think are kind kind of mad at Bitcoin the Nike for multiple reasons. I'm sure but jog about it falls. This isn't even the biggest fall. That's the funny part yeah yeah but it wasn't as much money. Twenty fourteen seventeen was the biggest fall well yeah we can start podcast bitcoin. Come back <hes> and yet you know but also questioned so one of my biggest things too is questioned value in how value works exp because you know I I tend to yeah. I tend to believe that some things are kind of skewed education. You know money in itself this and that there's failure even failure can be valuable and we there's all these different things yeah so you know the question kind of have different perspective on things and be open minded so I think that's my take. I'd I love it. It's perfect. It's absolutely perfect and if you need if you have an old like we have you know plenty of resources here. If you WANNA reach out we're going to put a lot of links on on on the show show show nonsense and stuff so we'll get out there okay. You guys are awesome. You're off our houses right here. You guys are amazing an amazing thing in the world how token there you contact them if they want more information bobby yeah how can we what can you give us some leaks stuff on the show and then we'll put it on the Autumn Valley Balloon Festival Festival website has <hes> on my homepage on the homepage which your homepage Valet Balloon Festival dot COM DOT Com Valley falloon balloon festival. That's a different thing. I think it's dancing ballooning. She said it's wonderfully valley balloon the Balloon Festival dot yes so on my website. We already have doc yes Jon Allen. We have Michelle's link on the homepage now <hes> starting next week. We're going to be promoting how you can get free crypto currency so so that will happen through facebook. It's called it's cal- it's called- coin. It's a CALICO cat new no CALICO California coin. No It's actually a Utah Coin. It was created here. That's a local Utah Hunter you a newt so they have Indian corn have their own ecosystem American. They have have their own ecosystem that you can actually utilize the coin aunt so <hes> starting next week. If you go to my facebook okay follow start start to follow us on facebook Autumn Valley Balloon Festival Balloon Festival on facebook watch for for <hes> are up and coming post on the the the merchant series that were doing is. You're going to be an APP. Is it going to be an <hes> probably not this year. We're going to work on more things develop more for next year. Yeah we talked about. We talked about doing that. <hes> the resources resources and timeframe. We'll make it NAB. We'd like to make it happen next year with a will so you know have if there's somebody out there listening name that says hey I know how to make an APP okay my email address and it goes to the adamant is O.. V. B. F. as as an Auden Val Ogden VALLEY BALLOON FEST BE F- AT OUTLOOK DOT com so calm if you want to to ride on a hot air balloon if you want more information if you want <hes> to volunteer if you want more information on the the the presenters the merchants series is in the crypto the Cala all of it that goes that's the best way to reach us because we tried right putting my phone number out there good idea idea I have somebody that's very specifically tasked of just dealing with the the email so <hes> yeah it's it's a much cleaner system. It might take a day or two for them to respond because you know they they live in Seattle so so do balloons and Seattle they do but this is rained on Ray Assistant I have she she lives in Seattle..
"terry michelle" Discussed on Biz4Good Show
"It's like okay. That sounds like it was does. She love your leg. Okay perfect so let me float away Ryan. Doing good is slow down exactly what this event does everything. You know that we do what we're talking about. You know we have at the end of the event. We have the good bad and ugly list okay everything of the event gets measured by the the good bad and ugly and I go back to my sponsors and I have to own my uglies okay and we've we've had though yeah also yeah and so we try to really strive each year to have a lot of goods you know like <hes> one example. We have these dance performers performers. They're amazing they dance they perform on Saturday night and they're all the performers are on the stage and the first time they did this. They scared me okay because they're all there dancing a lot of sun performance or coming off the stage and grabbing kids and taking them up on the stage the next thing I know the stage has been taken taken over by the audience and all the performers are the dancers for in the audience and this. I've you know as we were done. I was getting ready to walk. Walk up to the stage to make announcements and this young little autistic grow came up and hugged me and just said this was the best day ever and I went okay. That's it. That's why Oy I do this. That's why put myself through this is so that we can have young children perform on a stage. That would never have a chance to do it and it's just it's such an crate event and now we've got Michelle Dillon. You know something that's so leading edge just going to blow people's minds Tom. So when win on away tells the story well well. I you know I think I'm going to shift a little bit. I I really WANNA. Tell people people because you know I'm a connector. That's something that I enjoy. I feel like I do good with that and you know I do. I don't know yeah <hes> but that part. You gotta be really feel like I should talk about the think tank <hes>. It's something that we just started <hes> about five months on S- ago or something like that so we have once a month and we just meet up and we it's. It's a more engaging environment. We right you you know different ideas on the board and things like that and then we just go into just really fun brainstorming. It's Possum I love it. I love it. I love it so much and and you know we've had a couple people that have have come and they actually have projects that they're working on and things like that and we actually have solved problems for them. You know so much like and we go all over the place like you're you should come sometime. I think you really really enjoy as a matter of fact. Give a really cool even to do a podcast like. I figured it'd be fascinating. We're there because we like. We have so many different every month the same time it's the third Tuesday of the month and then you know <hes> we we usually capita about we usually have about fifteen people there Max and so I make sure <hes> evening around yeah we we start at six thirty and it's just it's fascinating fascinating and the only thing that I ask is that it has something to do with disruptive technology or some tile like so we got you know we talk about aliens or a the I this and that and it's just so much fun that that to me is you know von sits really cool next mind expanding yeah but we know I mean you don't have to whisper land. Lynn Lynn Lynn Co Burn Ladies and gentlemen is the think think-tank is a higher perspective. The first time I went I walked out of there and just oh these are really brilliant thoughts you know and some of the solutions that they were coming up with it was like Oh wow I one of my favorites actually was <hes> so it's <hes> <hes> so in the blockchain we have what's called a seven twenty. One else sits a non fungible token basically what it means is. It's <hes> a way to write contracts wchs and and put it on the blockchain. Okay so it with me. I guess you can't go there. I'm kind of their contracts. Drink not quite the same as the contract with the lawyer but it's similar it could be it could be could be so very good <hes> so we came up with an idea to do like like a donation base where where <hes> like for example one of the things that I thought of after we had the think tank was because I ran into this lady that does <hes> <hes> coral reef restoration or you know she helps with the coral reefs and so I thought Oh that would be brilliant to have you know an adoption a AH blockchain adoption <hes> system or protocol where somebody can adopt a coral reef and then we just <hes> keep people updated through the <HES> <hes> through the contract and then that way we can see the growth of the of the <hes> coral reef anyway anyway. I know it's really it's really really really fun so that's that was. I think that is the that is the essence of this. Show is taking the technology that we have in making it for a better. Eh that is used for a better world beautiful yen betterman signing up for the world yeah you guys definitely social weaponary and when when we have the next one sure absolutely it's August Twentieth Twentieth August twentieth. Were there were there Ryan. We got market down the calendar impact hub no <hes> sumner. I don't think so sumner sumner don't know is that that's like a name linked prince right okay. Let's get this is so fun. We're kind of running out of time. <hes> let's just jump straight to what's a what's something you could give our listeners to that. They can take take away and do or an action items in something that our listeners can our listener listener the peop-. The person that is listening out there that needs to hear what you're fixing to tell them weeks for that really work on we started out with the topic you know gaining perspective and making the impossible possible and and so I think a lot of people are really asking how do you make the impossible possible right and so I was in this yoga class and that's exactly what it was. Yes <hes> do those. Yoga instructor sat me down and said listen. You'RE NOT GONNA do it all at once. You'RE GONNA take small small steps and you're going to practice and you're going to have a discipline and each day. You're going to get closer and closer to making. And what was impossible today possible in several months and so when we take a look at you know it was impossible at one time time for this balloon festival comeback. Nobody thought we would ever have this event back in the valley and we made it possible and you know it was just really getting kidding really clear about what division was and what my hurdles were and to go through each hurdle and you say okay. Here's the hurdle and you don't do it alone. You do it with the team and that team is so strong that you have no choice but to succeed so you build a team around you and can you make the impossible possible. I love it. I love it love it that is so cool and going with the thing with balloons I I lived in Albuquerque for a little bit albuquerque small little bitty by farm right and <hes> one morning I woke up and I heard there was like ten balloons fried chest like it. Oh Yeah you're pretty good do that next to see what it does so anyways my window what does that and there's this blue Bam acid rain on my window and it was just amazing so and I I had a chance to go on a balloon was little tied or tethered and I was grateful for that because of ways though okay anyways so the experience is it you're you're providing is amazing is really all inspired by the balloon so frazier L. It is there's just nothing like it again. I just love this connection. Connection of Youtube is this disruptive new technology and taking something so unique and different from that world and meshing them mm together for awareness that you guys I'm telling you it's pure genius thank you that is amazing. It's cool. I thank you I love it. Can can you tell them excited thinking so cool here thinking for years. How do we get this out? There haven't had people to see that. It's not really that hard hard to do it. It's not that hard now. You're the have your bitcoin on a piece of paper. People don't realize it it can be a little piece of paper is the anyway we don't want him but it's about education and awareness you know. Where do they get the education? Where did they get the awareness? Where do they get the the knowledge of how so so why not make it real life? Yes exactly coolest part of what your mission is to make it more. You know I just want people to be more comfortable with it. Being around you know and it's you know it's not going anywhere so I think to answer the all answer the question <hes> real quick to <hes> so that not in the way. I'll sorry we're having some lighting leading issues yeah all right so I think that might my challenge for the listener would be <hes> you know have an open mind <hes> like I said you know things are changing quickly. This isn't going anywhere. BITCOIN already been around for ten years <hes> it's been through thick and thin and <hes> it's also worldwide and we're actually a little okay especially here in Utah. Were really really far behind. <hes> Zoli Yeah I saw behind well. Technology was well. I mean yeah well yeah and that's the thing that I'm always like why are we you know <hes> so again. That's I believe that we can kind of work nation. Yeah Yeah Knowledge Yeah exactly <hes> you know people in other parts of the world I mean when you talk about <hes> banking the bank I mean there's so many different different subjects that are just profound in this world in the space of so have an open mind you know if if I come up to you if your food truck who were your retail owner and I say hey do you accept bitcoin because I do ask that very often <hes> cow and Tuesday yes most of the time people say no or are they what surprised when they say you have. Have you ever been surprised <hes>. I think you know not necessarily surprised because I do know. I actually happen to know that there's like. I already cut coffee.
"terry michelle" Discussed on Biz4Good Show
"Do Good Realm right now so I'm totally billing yes. You said you had a good story. Oh Yeah <hes> when when I I did this event with the balloon fest. People don't realize it's a huge endeavor to to put on a lot of work on little teeny. Events kills me for two weeks. We didn't Utah podcast festival. There was two hundred people there and it was a frigging awesome but yeah it's great right. UTAH podcast summit not festival but anyway. We totally disrupted you again. No problem no problem. I see we kind of have like a gunshot. Yes yes a shotgun approach listener. We'll get something in between all of the craziness so the the I mean the first time I remember doing something good. <hes> it was a long time ago. It's always been my desire that anytime I encounter with somebody or sure. I do some sort of exchange that there's a expansion that there's something that really benefits everybody in the process so when I take a look at the balloon fest the first time I did this. I was exhausted. I actually ended up in hospital after my first event with a kidney stone because dehydrated myself and I didn't know if I ever wanted to do this again and I was twenty years ago now. I've I've only been the chair for six years but I've been in involved with the event for twenty years but you know it had a hiatus for six years. We didn't have an event and I talked to sponsor into Nordic Valley. <hes> God bless you <hes> they wrote the first big check to bring the event back and I had never ran an event this big so I'm I'm like looking at this kind of gone. Okay cool here we go. Let's leap into the darkness and just do it and that's what happened and so <hes> nobody nobody really had a lot of information on a lot of the event and I dug through a lot of things and I figured out how to recreate the event and bring it back and it was a totally eighty per phase but <hes> really what made the difference for me is when I saw the people that we helped <hes> you know this is a nonprofit so oh it's not like I'm making millions of dollars doing this waiver go but the people that benefit from this you know they really they benefit it from this you know and it's it's more than just the Ogden rescue mission. There's so many things linked to this event and it just has such a feel-good event. You know we also work with young artists and performers musicians and artists and <hes> we have a small stage where we bring in New People that are just just learning to perform in front of people and giving them a really nice little performance area for them to actually see what it's like to perform in front of twenty thirty people then we have the big stage. It's forty five feet and oh it's massive. I love this. It's like it's like this trailer that just comes in and just pops up and <hes> so then we take again other performers have performed more but they're really ready to just jump out into the world and we put him on that stage h so the event does a lot besides just the hundred and one hundred balloons or the drop. How often do you get a chance to actually go up in touch hutter Berlin especially when it looks like an hour oh the our once great or even you know if if you wanted to volunteer and this is really cool because we get about got seventy five volunteers to come up and help crew the balloons so when you crew the balloon you get yeah. It's not like about the out so when you get to be a hot air balloon crew you actually help inflate the balloon and get the balloon up then you chase the balloon you hold onto the rope. Ah let me tell you on the ground that you can do that for the balloon gloves yeah oh the holding onto the rope is the balloon is coming up looking excellent idea. It's.
"terry michelle" Discussed on Biz4Good Show
"Money at this event is when you go to the vendors and you really find something really cool and you want to buy it or have really a big philanthropic endeavor okay so food dodd and rescue mission runs a drug. Rehab Program Okay and they actually Ashley come in with a whole team of people and they put on a community breakfast now that all of your money's going in to support the Ogden rescue mission and we do not touch a dime of that but we we support the event we provide them with the space we provide them with some of the things that they need to make this happen and so when we take a look at the philanthropic endeavor in the three days this mission makes over ten thousand dollars and that funds a good portion of their drug sure agree how programs for down the Fed and come by food because that goes right back into the community and it goes right back into helping others so you know when we take a look at doing business. That's good for everyone. You know. This event has so many good philly things behind it that the sponsors love it and they want everybody to attend. That's why it's free. It's free you know you're going to. You're going suspend your gas to get up there. I mean I would say throw. Fifteen people in the car strapped onto the roof drive up there. It's a wish we haven't heard from Sir. Let let's say let's up. So how does how. Where are you at connected with that example and I'm. I'm just curious how this is put together from on your end yeah absolutely so. I've been wanting to do something like this for a while like I so I'm pretty involved with at the blockchain community here in Utah and I've been to several conferences. <hes> elsewhere deal very very soft well. I've been working out. She needs a bigger ego bigger. We set forms you can you can own it us a little bit <hes> so my you know what I've wanted to do. I love doing events and creating experiences for people <hes> and so I really wanted to <hes> do something like this but I didn't want to start from the ground up so that it's been about since I've been in the crypto space which has been about two years. I've been wanting to do something similar to this and <hes> but I didn't. I knew I didn't need it to be. I didn't need to make it from the ground up right so this was perfect perfect to just have something that we've that's already been created and then we just kind of like infiltrate into it and make it happen so last year we actually did something similar with with a cryptocurrency called Dash. It was a small a smaller event here in Salt Lake and it worked really well. We have a couple of food trucks. That were accepting dash and dash thing do you were you there. Did you know I remember hearing all right. Yeah Yeah so <hes> so you know full circle. We were showing. Maybe that's what I was thinking so. Dash is actually a type of crypto. Yeah exactly yeah decentralized yeah so <hes> so it worked really well. We're really swimmingly so why not keep it going and so putting in the the speakers of of you know making it <hes> as as basic as possible as far as you know. I've really tailored the subject matter so that <hes> <hes> you know it's for easily understood for the general public and showing full like okay what's going on with like a lot of the fear of of losing crypto what if it gets hacked or what if the Internet you know shuts down and things like that so really trying to say okay well. These are things that you do to to prevent those things like you. You really should be keeping your wallet on your person or in your paper. Don't keep it on an exchange things like that so I she probably go run home and take your teaching so there's a lot going on. There's <hes> I also really passionate about <hes> you know finding people that aren't even involved or even have heard of Bitcoin that you know they might have problems in their industry with what they do this and that they're geniuses in their industry and all they need is just to be educated on how this technology is helpful for them. The industry survey interrupt you. How did you get this <hes>. Wouldn't it the passion for this bitcoin start with yours for good question junior <hes> so it's pretty common that you know we say we fall down the rabbit hole and there's there's always like inception layers of like oh my minds blown. Oh now I get it. Now I get I think one of the biggest ones for me was <hes> just understanding the decentralized nature of <hes> Bitcoin and it's <hes> it's not going anywhere as much as you say decentralized. Could you explain that to because I get it. I understand where you're going going at but yeah you lost me well. It's the coolest. Slow your mind right now. It is the coolest part. This is the coolest. This is what makes bitcoin or crypto currency so cool. Yeah Bank doesn't control it country yeah so basically if I can put the simple terms of we have several million <hes> servers that <hes> that work together to make bitcoin happen <hes> and it's open source and open source meaning. Anybody and everybody can do it if they want yeah so. That's what we call a fork. <hes> we can go into your uh-huh anyway. You may be going to know what you're GONNA go. That's fine but there's others that will I don't know what the hell no worries <hes> so <hes> it just means that it's controlled by people that that make it happen. <hes> you know so oh by the people for the people yeah and <hes> it's. Kinda the same idea like you know. I hear a lot of people. Ask Me what you know what happens if if the Internet get something happens to the Internet and it's going to have to worry about a lot more than what I say. That's what I always say is your. We've got bigger problems so much screwed and it's all know. Abbas yeah so does that help to. I think so yeah yeah absolutely different ways to kind of explain. What made you think Oh my gosh. This is good for the world <hes> well well. You know okay so we can get into like the the you know a lot of controversy with banks and let's go go go. Do this okay so you know. It's just really relax. It's really bank works. You'll know that yeah so and truthfully. The funniest thing is banks have been doing you know crypto currency in a form for one hundred years. I mean they as paper anyway. It's it's funny than we talk like. This is a new thing but the the technology is new but the concept is not a concept is many millions old so oh a cleaner exchange now any more balanced now too. I think that <hes> there's there's like a distribution of <hes> you know it. We we have an opportunity to kind of take control back because the banks rage against the machine's the banks are Kinda like the House wins wins right kind of like the casino when it comes to make Jones and stuff like that they they don't do things that don't work in their favor and that's she just works instead of what what's the best for everybody or if we all are kind of <hes> watching each other <hes> <music> people that don't really understand this bitcoin thing. That aren't aren't there yet. They just need people like you guys. It's a good thing I wanNA throw a weird question yeah part in my head. What's up the dark web darkwa in conjunction with Bitcoin the dark web <unk> dibble dabbled well. I mean so you could compare the dark web and it's you know everybody's always taste bad. It's it's made for bad things and it's like well so was other currencies in history like same thing with cash like when people will do bad things. Don't they usually pay for it in cash. What exactly they say currency. You can't keep track of it. You can't keep travel money either pay. It's I guess what I'm trying to secure. Wi security honoring dark web secure well. That's the beauty of the the blockchain well. That's the thing is you know. There's there's different. I don't have an answer for that. Sure 'cause I mean because there's so many hard core sign my hail for the dark web no you can't you can't stop. I mean there's got to be. It's just like the name we're GonNa have good things. We're going to have bad things things like that so you know as far as security goes. You know we're working. You know there are companies that are working on infrastructure security different and things like that a lot of things like that. Since since we've already went there we went completely off track because this is so fricking interesting and and you mentioned the dark web. I'm going to mention the dark web facebook. What's going on. What's going on with. Iran can't avoid keeps going up because isn't like Chase Jason. Everybody else connected with that <hes> well I.. I don't know to be completely honest. I don't I mean I've kind of been keeping up on a a little bit of the libra thing but completely honest to be completely honest. It's just it's not bitcoin it so I don't. I don't keep that was what whatever's going on with that drama to be honest. I should but I the movement at all or because talk. There's a lot of there's kind of you know. There's some people that believe that will it will kind of like help to at least gain the awareness fairness and Kinda give us a push in to what's going on but then the way that it is structured is definitely nothing like bitcoin force take control of it well well they <hes> they still have like a <hes> open source <hes> association and so but but in order to be a part of like a node or someone that's important in this association. You have to pay into it so that's typically yeah so. That's kind of what we're kind and like. It's all about the mood yeah so then. We kind of end up. Are we going to be in the same situation as before with just like a banks trip currency. Lindsay stamp on it. I don't know so go to Forbes. They wrote up a great article about it. What do you look for that. We should put that on facebook and stuff look. I'll have to simply yeah. That's cool. Let's do that. This is this is this is deep. I mean we don't usually get this deep yeah. This is cool man because I'm a bitcoin fan. I'm a blockchain fan. I've read up on so much stuff. I <hes> I been doing it. Since you know the guy put out what's his name wasn't in the Japanese guy. Oh A and yes. She told she yes the Tofu yeah and and I've I've watched been curious about it. Forever had buddy that had thousands and thousands of because he was mining back in the day and he was giving it to a charity. Oh he added going straight to a charity because he was cool he was just doing it was thousands and thou- that's charity must be pretty well right now. How did anything with it anyway what you should ask him what you're anyway. We're going to <hes> turn. The Boat Captain Eos to question number one. We not we roundabout. Lee Did question number number one. I mean you see both of them are talking about the good in the world and why you're doing it right while the question so there are no in perspective. Edward Okay go ahead go ahead to Ryan keeps us on track as much much better when I mean it's definitely the Biz for good good..
"terry michelle" Discussed on Biz4Good Show
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"terry michelle" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Com slash passion to listen today. So W's this neighbor's house and explaining the situation and the guy seemed to be pretty nervous. He ran over to his Carl Debbie following him took a gun and flashlight from his car and both. He and Debbie ran across the street. He tried to open Michelle's front door. Debbie's key. But it didn't work for him. Either Debbie beg the neighbor to break window to check on Michelle. But he refused. He walked to the back of Michelle's house into the garage look through the garage window, Debbie look through two and the neighbor pushed her away so hard that she fell to the ground. The man had not wanted Debbie to see the horrible sight in the garage. He called nine one one to report through as a man hanging dead in the garage. Then he told the operator something about multiple deaths. Police arrived and just about the same time Michelle's fan. Lisa arrived. So the police pushed Debbie Lisa back to stand. Cross the street and began surrounding Michelle's house with yellow tape. Paramedics arrived along with more police cars and fire trucks. So Debbie and Lisa were told that Terry Michelle had been found murdered in Michelle's house. They knew that it was particularly disturbing scene. When two police officers came out of the house and promptly vomited. That's a bad sign because these were experienced police officers so it had to be something really upsetting in there inside the detectives had found Terry Brant slumped over a living room couch covered in blood. She had been stabbed seven times. Michelle was in her bedroom. Lying on the bed. She had been stabbed once in the chest. She'd been decapitated and her head was placed sitting beside her body, her heart was cut out and her breasts were severed off and also placed on the bed. Her intestines were deposited in the trash bin in the bedroom. So this goes beyond murder, this is mutilations bureau, murder and beyond dismemberment yen. It's kind of set up to make a certain kind of seen shrew sounds like is so horrific. I can't even imagine. And I just think it was so lucky for her friend that she didn't walk in and find that if she would never be the same. Mean losing your friend is one thing? But to see that how would you ever get that image out of your mind think you could? I do feel bad for the officers that had to come upon it though. It's a horrible thing to Turk to rob hammered and Bob Jane's had never seen anything like this Michelle's panties and bras role shredded with the same knife and strewn about the room, they wrote Victoria's Secret brand. So this raise the question of whether Charlie had been through underwear before. And that was the reason why he called Michelle Victoria's Secret make sense to me good point. So detectives concluded that after stabbing his wife Terri with one of Michelle's kitchen knives. Charlie brand had spent a long time with Michelle investigators spent two days examining an inventory Michelle's house when they check the FBI database the MO of the killings matched. Exactly that has Sherry Aparicio in big pine key, Sherry was a homeless former beauty Queen who has found about a thousand yards from Charlene, Terry. House. She had been killed in a visceral under the big pine key bridge, which is just a few blocks away from the brand house back in nineteen eighty nine while they're in a similar crime in Miami Dade County, plus twenty six others with the same ritualistic characteristics. Investigators found Charlie hanging in the garage. It looked like after he was done with what he did to Michelle. He showered and changed into clean clothing. He was wearing a white polo shirt and blue shorts. Then he found a long white bed sheet at a metal step ladder and hung himself from the rafters after learning about what had happened. Angela Brandt came forward with the secret the family of captain since nineteen seventy one. So the brands house on big pine key had been left boarded up meticulously in preparation for the storm. Charlie had taken this test to the extreme every piece of wood that was cut for each window. Look like. It had been custom fit the holes for the door knobs on the French doors were precisely cut inside the house things were just as well kept. But investigators were shocked when they looked in the master bedroom on the back of the bedroom door was a graphic medical poster of the female anatomy, Sipa creepy in the poster the woman's hair is up in a bun, which is a new one to me. I've seen a lot of medical posters. I've never seen that. But it shows the muscular skeletal systems Terry would have seen this poster every day, and we can't help. But wonder what she thought about this? Neither Charlie nor Terry were in the medical profession. So there was no reason for that chart to be there. Did she think this was no big deal? Or did. She kind of know that he was a sicko. I don't know. But I can't imagine sleeping with that thing on my bedroom door accuser next to this man, it just gives me chills. Even if you didn't know about his hissed. Sorry. I would not be okay with that very weird. Very very weird. But there are other Erie findings including medical books journals, and in anatomy book, and in the anatomy book, there was a newspaper. Clipping that show too, humid heart. So knowing what he did the, Michelle. And then finding these things in his home things started to come together make some sense, well as much as anything like this could make sense so crazy, so they're also Victoria's Secret Cadillacs van in the house addressed Charlie so far from being a friendly. Uncle Charlie hid actually been secretly obsessed and sexually attracted to his own niece. They had no idea. We don't know if Terry knew anything, but Michelle clearly didn't know, right. She did not have friends in her. Parents said there's no way she'd put up with any of that. When investigators examined Charlie's computer, they found that he'd been on some really horrible websites to that featured death fantasies necrophilia in some really extreme violence against women to detectives, it was a certainty that Michelle had not been the first woman that Charlie hit killed. This looked like someone who'd done this before. It was very meticulously done very planned out. So they expected to find some evidence that Charlie was a serial killer in the only real question was how many other victims had there been we've had over thirty years here for him to do this between the killing of his mother and the killing of Tyrian, Michelle. So to try an answer that police tried to match their unsolved murders with Charlie Brandt's travels in the United States as well as abroad potential cases were weeded through to find specific similarities to Charlie's murder of Michelle because the murder of Terry was pretty much just to get her out of the way. I would think it was just
"terry michelle" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Talked to younger women i i usually offer that experience if you're fit of college only about marriage or or end of that really just take the opportunity to live by yourself for awhile especially if you've had to live in one of those college apartments or college dormitories i would think living by yourself would feel pretty good i'm i'm gonna go back to michelle single terry michelle what do you think what do you think is is driving this do you see this as a trend and what what's causing the trend if it is one i think part of what's driving trend is that women are getting married much later than we are used to historically and so if you're going to be getting married in your thirties or mid thirties you're thinking well if i can afford to buy a house why don't i go ahead and do it now i don't have to wait for a man and i and also you know we're more educated and so we've got more resources getting better jobs i mean i've only read at one year of my entire doubt life i bought a home in my early twenties right out of college about a year after college so i've been a homeowner you know my home life you know don't life and i did love it i think we just have to be cautious to just make it sound like if you're not buying or you're not living alone somehow you're a failure i think you need to look at wherever you are in your life and what makes the most sense but you at the nominally i'm a huge advocate for co sharing you know sh multi generational housing or coach housing because a many areas you can't afford to live on your own and this idea that you have to do that to become an adult and then you're struggling financially and not able to say and put money away for your retirement i think doesn't deserve to everyone particularly women so you'd say living alone if you can afford it might be exactly the right thing to do but on the other hand you have to think long term about one affording it means that's right that's right absolutely i mean you can learn to do all the things that you aren't being alone you can learn being in a house with others you've got your own room you've got your own space you've got rules about what you know what you eat you're going to do and so i'm just very cautious about this little you know this idea that if you if you don't own a home some financial failure and that's not true because then it puts pressure on people who are renting and it makes them feel less than if i hear another person say you're racing your money when you rent i wanna choke them not shouldn't be full by but message last stop shaming people wherever you all would ever make sense and i'm the financial person so i'm gonna say this you gotta make sure it makes by natural says it was a financial choice for me to own so soon out of college it was that will go live with my grandmother who woke me up at five am to get shoes money my big i haven't that right right i'm with you so and it was a homeowners program for people just starting out with all the numbers worked for me but had not been i would not have bought and i lived alone for many years before i got married almost a decade and then i'd love being married in charing my face with my husband and i was able to turn my bought a condo and baltimore my disabled brother could then live there so it created financial legacy for him and so i love this conversation because it's like ladies do what's right for you you don't have to wait for a man it's so interesting you talked about you know what what kinda can block it i have a lot of female friends who who own homes who are meet guys who they're worried about buying a home that the guy won't want to move into their home which is ridiculous you need to kick him to the curb free things like that right okay so ashley what what what we're talking about here is the practicality but what about the what about the of i dunno social emotional aspects of living of women living alone i mean i have some single i have some single friends who are who've seen every museum exhibit there is and most of.