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"texarkana" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

04:53 min | 6 months ago

"texarkana" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

"Town that dreaded sundown. Have you seen it now. I have it. So i tried. It was made in like nineteen seventy six. I tried real hard so hard to watch it last night. So oh oh. It was so cringe. Oh it's now it's like this cult. Classic apparently people love it. No shit yeah. It's it's a legit cole. Classic and i i could not i couldn't make it through the first twenty minutes i to be in a certain code for that. It was also written and directed by a man named charles b pierce. Who actually was a resident of texarkana him. He did it. it was eight hall. I mean movie sixty six. This would be thirty years later. They made this movie. That's that's that's no hill. You fucking murder somebody in your twenties and directed film in your fifties. That's at saying. Yeah ooh yeah. That's that is super true. Yeah he did it damage. What is as close. Charles b pierce. Charles i'm coming for you mental. So he did play pretty loose and fast with the facts. there's like a lot of stabbings and stuff in there which obviously never happened. He embellishes the killings and stuff. You know for shock value seventies. He just put in what he really wishes he did. Not done with you. Charles then in two thousand fourteen bloom. House media released a like kind of sequel. Yeah and i watched the first fifteen minutes of that too. And i couldn't do that one either. It's it's also super cringe. Like phil free out there to watch it and call me big fat liar. But i'm just saying what's pretty cool. Though is that the town dreaded sundown the the original was actually filmed there in texarkana like on location and the liberals and everything there were actually cast as extras and they have this thing now. Where every single year. Halloween they play the movie like movie in the park. Or whatever it's screen on the big screen right out by the lake where they parked out. Selene like the mossman mount pleasant and apparently that's right right. We're one of the murders took place. So they're all of embrace your local freakshow fault. I guess so i. You know what's crazy to me. I mean like. I understand how cases from the forties fifties sixties seventies or still-unsolved and stuff. But like when you get into the two thousand and up. I'm like very confused as to why we have so many missing people why are there so many unsolved cases because you think about how many humans are on the face of the planet and not one person has walked across. It's one of these missing. People just blows my mind but like that's that is the thing that is why. I'm so hyper vigilant. Whenever we share that people are missing. I try to cram in down people's throats. Like get the fuck and hint. If i if i meet a lady named gertrude tomorrow and hang out with her for six hours and let her go on her own. Merry way maybe we even have lunch together. Out of fucking my spouse no to call that in if i don't know she's missing in the first place. Yeah yeah you're not wrong you got. That's the thing like plenty of people might have saw you but how many people know you're missing. How many people know they needed to see you. There were supposed to see you that day..

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"texarkana" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

06:22 min | 6 months ago

"texarkana" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

"And drove to a wooded area in the country near misses. Sweeney's parents home where they spent the rest of the night and the following day super detailed thus should know could they confessed to that one. But there's not really much. She didn't have much to say about the others. She then says that a couple of days later she went with her husband to to burn the bloody clothes and then she decided that she wanted to recant. That entire story. She says that it was untrue that she had made a bunch of stuff a day. Yeah so on and so forth can give myself down like hitler come to his painting. There's there's he's not good at painting so he's just gonna kill everyone anyways so then in nineteen forty seven. She has another statement she. She's talks about when she first started dating. You'll see you'll you well. I've heard people say both you will end. You will i. I don't know. I just know people name i i know i used to know it was you'll but it started with an e so i just say you. It's probably the difference between durant durant. Yeah you know where. You're going to throw in their three syllables. So she talks about when she first started dating him and it was in january. Nineteen forty six which is pretty crazy because just a month. After they began dating the first attack took place and they were married pretty quickly. And i don't know if that like he was him and her if they knew that if they got married she couldn't testify against him legally. They couldn't use anything she said but that would be really convenient because they had only been dating for a month and then they got married. That's normal ooh. They drove out to lubbock texas when we turned his car. Over to some riders they hitch. Hiked back to texarkana arrived on march eighth. Nineteen forty six. They left texarkana again in march. So she's talking about they were stealing a bunch of cars and then taking them out of town and selling them and then hitchhiking back to town then on march twenty four four. We had a late breakfast and then went to a movie. It took me back to the cabinet and left me and told me he was going to see a man about a car. I think it's cement about horse. Sweetie he returns to the cabin about nine pm with a green plymouth sedan. This time he told me to get my things and let's go. We went to dallas texas. The next time we visited texarkana was march. Thirtieth nineteen forty six. They stayed until april first. She says they still think swinney killed those people. I don't know what to do. They don't believe me. So what else do idea. But tell them that he did it. So this is when she's recanting. They will believe a lie. If i send sweating to the chair that would be on my mind for the rest of my life for taking his life. He was not one that killed that little boy and girl on april thirteenth. I could send him to the chair. Than i would be killing him and then she turns around and says basically the same thing that she said in the one that we just read that. She's she knows all of these details. They gave her a polygraph test. I guess That she when she was trying to recant that she failed which. I'm not really sure why. They kept interviewing her because they know she'd the couldn't put her against him to testify. So i think maybe they were trying to get like another name maybe another accomplice or something out of her that they could go and talk to and maybe get the story from that person and arrest him. I don't know they indict him. Anyway they indict him on all of these Car theft charges and all this other stuff and they end up asking for the max sentencing so that he'll have life in prison without getting life imprison but this is that. I think this is so great so after she confesses for the third time they go to him to ask him like what do you think about that is she lying. She telling the truth. Why don't you just confess now or you know how police do. You're gonna love this. He says he advised that quote. Peggy my wife is a complete moron and that also facts furnished by her. Were a complete lie off. It's literally written right here on this f. b. i. File my wife is a complete moral chicken. Oh clapback on your sexist. May you know where. I'm going all of the information. He had all of the details that she had it and it was just about that one murder and they couldn't get her to confess about any of the others. What if he didn't rape anybody during the others. She's being petty like another chick in the car. While i was right there..

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"texarkana" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

07:05 min | 6 months ago

"texarkana" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

"With the first time she was arrested Her and her husband were both for car theft. Because it was like a bonnie and clyde situation they were like still incarcerated and shit and so win while she was in custody she made that first confession the next time they were talking about charging her and she gave like the more detailed confession. She said that she had been with. You'll when he killed. James martin and petiot booker on april fourteenth. Okay so they had had a few beers in texarkana and then they drove down to lovers lane and parked after midnight on april fourteenth and they drove past them two hundred feet past the car and had got out of their car and walked back to the martin's car. Her husband had a thirty two automatic in one hand and glove in the other. They took the boy and girl out of the car and they made them get in their car which was stolen plymouth and drove them. Approximately one fourth of a mile from the automobile. When swinney made martin get out of the car and climb over the fence after which he shot him in the face. Mrs sweaty held. The girl in the car swinney returned and they drove down the road and turned around and when they came pass the spot where martin had been. They observed him staggering down the road whereupon sweaty stopped. The car went up to where he was standing and shot him again. Then they proceeded down the road driving. I up one side and then down the other where twenty made his wife leave the car for approximately thirty minutes where she claimed in this time he raped. Betty jo booker. And here's the crazy thing like we were talking about the facts that was never released to the public that she was ranked even in the several years after this like they were holding their cards close to them so that they could try to find the person who did this and she should not have known that mariah certain i still can't think of the right words for you're a precious gentle creature. You should be a virgin in this. This era be verging on you get. That should be the only man that you're with. There is a certain shame to being raped and like your family. Your family your father. Your husband would not wanna know that sort of it tastes to them. It would taint your. You know what i mean the marks you leave behind in the world like someone else has been with you that it's a very personal and hurtful shameful thing. Yes i'm like we know. Now it is not shameful. There's no shame you know it's just different. It's different is a different world. Say that they thought that way. But you're right about their cards close to buy. Let's find out if you're if you're telling us the truth because like you said. They had so many fakes. Come forward like sure. And i was like you know and how do you know it and also. I think that it's weird for a woman to just out like you're if you're making this up. Why would you confess to your husband. Raping someone whether he did or not heavy on the husband part terrible. I don't know. I think that there's is a very real possibility that these two did it. You know what i mean. And i mean. This was just a decade after bonnie and clyde. Yeah they were murdered may twenty third nineteen thirty four so yeah to decade. After i mean they've they've told on mike every show how bonnie and clyde inspired replicas but also bonnie and clyde did not roll on each other on this sand. Yeah exactly are you down or are not bombing. Linpac or you varies gangsters walker limp. Those of you don't know. But i don't know. I think that's really strange that this isn't information. That was available to her. She just like earn it. Yeah in whole fence. Thank like they weren't found anywhere near offense. Like why would you. Why would you know that detail. No but the thing was about that case is that they actually had found that spot. That was off Where they had found like a patch of grass had blood and stuff on it where it looked like there were a struggle but they couldn't they didn't know that for sure because it was so far away from the the rest of the crime scene like but how would she know that exactly like if you if you wanted me if i wanted to confess enroll on my husband and tell but i'm making it up. Pretend i'm making it up. All i know is like where the bodies were literally in my head. I would just be like we pulled up on him. They were in the car. Do da da and we pretended we needed help like we had a flat and so the guy got out of the people in my husband attacked him and i held her down and then he came and shot her to you. Know what i mean. That's the i wouldn't say. They ran off towards the fence. That's very accurate. Yeah that's all that's really detailed and away from where your mind would think the struggle happened if you didn't know if they're found to walk the road than you you know what i'm saying. It's easy to just put blinders on august. We'll and then on top of that like after. She tells the police that he made her get out of the car for thirty minutes so that he can rape this poor woman. She says she was state close enough to the car that she could actually hear the girl screaming the whole time. She said that to the police. Why would you say that. Then she says upon return to the car. They drove down the side of the road and swinney had missed booker. Get out of the car and they walked her to a wooded area whereupon miss when he heard two shots coming from the wooded area swinney then drove his car to an area and finally stopped in a secluded area where he changed clothes because the clothes he was wearing had blood on them. This is straight from the file. It's to be pointed out that at the place designated by mrs swinney as to where the clothes were changed is the same point where the martin boys address book was found. After changing his clothes. They drove down the road with the martin. Boyce car was parked and twenty. Got a black case from the back. Seat of the martin boyce car. which is they. Were assuming the saxophone and couldn't yeah and put it in the back of his car. Then they return to texarkana.

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"texarkana" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

08:07 min | 6 months ago

"texarkana" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

"Oh my god. It's all coming back to me as soon as i saw your swinney. Holy shit okay. Okay okay okay. Okay okay okay. Okay shit okay. I'm okay okay. Many people holy believe that local a local mandate you'll swinney arrested. Nineteen forty seven for auto. Theft was phantom. His wife confessed to as much at the time but by law she could not testify against her husband. She later denied her concession. Sweetie remained in prison as a habitual offender until nineteen seventy three and died in nineteen ninety-four without ever implicating himself in the merced. How did they come about swinney. The only seen pricing came from a rookie. Arkansas police officer he noted that intuit killing the cars have been stolen before being abandoned. He was on patrol when he spotted a car that had been reported stolen on the night of the griffin more murders. He staked up the car and soon a young woman approached it. She was twenty one year. Old peggy swinney. She told the She had recently gotten married. You'll swinney who is at the moment in atlanta texas trying to sell yet another stolen car. A homeless told you bodyguard ship. Okay sir. the officer got in contact with the atlanta texas police department and indeed the had a witness to. You'll trying to sell a stolen car there. They bought the brought the witness to a station. Where a man in the crowd spotted him and tried to flee out the fire escape. That's a little guilty. When he was arrested he begged the officers not to shoot him in the police car. He asked to is going to get the electric chair. The officer said you'll would get the chair for in cars. You'll responded mister johnson. You got me for more than stealing cars. Yeah what's crazy is that he says that exact statement like five or six times over the course of this investigation only just putting that little brain nugget in there from fargo okay. It was also revealed that you'll had owned a thirty two colt automatic but in sola earlier police also found a work. Scher us home with the name stark written on it back at the station. Peggy convinced that you'll was the phantom keller but the law at the time stated that a wife could not be forced to testify in sir husband. And you'll wasn't saying anything. The police even tried using truth ceremony but that only made it pass outside. I think they just needed up on of snacks. Did we ever determine what truth serum was made out of. I think we did. And i have forgotten like need to know basis out in our minds forever. Where only we're only references when we need it and then we're gonna tomorrow okay. That's true. I don't need to tell you how this is going to do. It was shattered the dab and all it did was making closely anyway. I think that's what that's called. I don't know if you dab show shit hours street curved if that's wrong don't come at me don't fuck income for me. Y'all what i'm talking about. Even if i'm not close shop in kokin okay. Outside of pygmy testimony. The police had no real evidence against you'll his princeton match those at any of the crime scenes no other witnesses could place him with the victims or near any of the crime. Scenes and peggy later recanted her testimony. Of course it fucking did. Without any firm evidence police knew that could charge swimming with the murders instead they added a quote unquote habitual offender charged to his car theft charges since he had indeed committed several car thefts and counterfeiting scams previously. This allowed the judge to give him the maximum sentence. Which is life in prison. He was released in nineteen seventy three and died in a dallas area nursing home twenty years later. A car was stolen on each night of each attack. These cars were found later. His wife's different conditions. Okay one on june twenty eight nineteen forty six. Her first consisted of attila of parking near lake and now song. Hey you guys everybody. I can't i can't send you all a song i swear to god. It's this like if i could share a coke with the world that song if i can borrow the coke i sorta guy but this union to listen to heart out by the lake by dean summer. Wind part by dean. Sarah i ruin listened to with your whole heart like give it. Give it your all. Okay like really really so you'll it's really moving very romantic. I kinda wanna listen to it together but here all handlers and he doesn't say correction from santa fe figure out what how my heart. Okay so you see via lake thing. Never move past this dog. When i see those yes or no. Where was the league. Maybe going down that road him on june twentieth nineteen forty-six her first consisted of tale of parking near lake. And he got out to the bathroom. He returned an hour later all his clothes when it from the way to jumped in the car and sped away as if he were in a hurry she claims never said what it was about or mentioned anything about murder. Apparently that was the night of one of the murders her second in nineteen forty-six and third confession in nineteen forty seven. It was quite detailed and she knew things that were never reported to the news. Such as the location at one victims address book and which pocket it had been in which was only known by the sheriff at the time as he had founded and collected it. as well as where martin's car was found where the bodies of martin and booker were discovered how many times it had been shot. The fact that martin was shot in two different locations and the location of booker's missing saxophone. My yeah right. Wow they're all thing. Do you know all of them. Okay all right at one crime fan. She stated that she had walked into the woods. While witnessing you'll murder his victims there have been a woman's he'll print found at that scene so the Files that her next are her actual confession there. Two of them the second confession third confession. She actually arrested which is why they think that she confessed to begin.

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"texarkana" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

02:31 min | 6 months ago

"texarkana" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

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"texarkana" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

Whores Talk Horror

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"texarkana" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

"Psychiatric Hospital that had offered files on patients that they that had been released. But that had a history with either like being a war veteran someone who would know how to handle weapons essentially and and their potential you know psychiatric makeup who they thought might be viable suspects and the police said Oh great. We'll come pick those up and they never did. So there is some of that going on behind the scenes to but like again, it is just so intricate that I was like we'll be here all day but the victims are the most important part and it would be. Interesting and hopefully, somewhat healing for the families of their of them that survive. If they did find at least some clue as to this is because or was because the idea that someone that just walk into a town, 'cause all this chaos and disappear. What the fuck like. But. Honestly, since these crimes took place outside there, probably wasn't a ton of evidence collected and if there was, it's probably been contaminated or thrown out over you know brighter seventy years there is like DNA was not even a glimpse. Of what may come in the future? You know like that wasn't. So. It was so far away from what would eventually come that I don't think back then they release saved evidence the way they did maybe in the seventies or eighties. For sure and like I said, when I looked at some of the FBI documents on the website like a lot of the reason I didn't really dive in I couldn't really read a lot of it because a lot of it was like you know somebody's handwriting that had been copied. Like photocopied because they didn't have digital like you know. So whatever the the FBI still had that was retained was all paperwork that somehow got scanned, which also loses translation in terms of quality. So. Like I I just it was kind of frustrating because I was like well, this might be interesting but I have no idea what this chicken scratch says so. Yeah but yeah, that is the story and the picture of the killer as as shown in the films is pretty traditional horror movie scary but it still creeps me out. So we'll post those pictures on instagram and stuff like that. Absolutely. All right. Well, thank you guys for listening. We hope you enjoyed the last two episodes. Maybe we'll do a third part because there are definitely a lot more. Out there that were inspired by real life murders if you are able to please subscribe to our patron if you want to have early access to. See exclusive post in received cool shit. If you go to horace top horror on Instagram, you'll find a link to our patriots there. Be sure to check us out on twitter and facebook as well and emails at Horace Talk..

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"texarkana" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

Whores Talk Horror

08:23 min | 1 year ago

"texarkana" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

"Usual services, but specifically I think I watched it on Amazon prime. Awhile. Since I saw the, is it a sequel or is it just is not a remake? Think it's a sequel. So yeah then there was an eye spencer pedia maybe you have this because I forgot to look this up but there is a sequel that was made a few years ago and it set in Texarkana. and. But isn't that about like how they do the movies screening every year it's more of like a It's made to be like this is how Texarkana is where they kind of celebrate the film. It's almost like a spoof kinda like Wes Craven's new nightmare where it's like, yeah, they know that this the original movie from Nineteen seventy-six exists in this town like embraces it but then a real killer shows up imitating those original murders, right? Right. Right. IMDB says for that one that came out in twenty fourteen, sixty, five years after a masked serial killer terrorizes the small town of texts are Cana the so-called moonlight murders begin again is it a copycat or? Even more sinister lonely high school girl with dark secrets of her own may be the key to catching him. Yes. It kind of takes fact and fiction and balloons it. There's a lot of people in that movie actually like character actors you know but I will be honest and say the only reason I watched that movie it was a while ago before I even thought about researching this was because one of the guys in it is or was on boardwalk empire and he is in the Netflix documentary. That's amazing. American vandal He's the fruit Ninja from the from the second series and that was literally the only reason I watched it it's okay but be original. I think it's worth watching the original especially film mare and it's done in a really interesting way you know and it's very seventy s but set to be in the forty s you know. I. It's it's a must watch horror movie I'd say for sure. So these crimes did have a bigger effect that like extended past Texarkana D- killer and the image, which again is still kind of speculative since only two people sort of saw him really it's kind of a staple in horror movies. He was described as wearing Now I'll post will post pictures on instagram in our patriotic subscribers might get a little something something to look at on our website but the killer, where's you know the shaggy looking like not even A. Like a sack I guess but it just maybe could be a pillowcase like just the nondescript whatever with the holes cut out for is and it it's just creepy and gross and fats. I think been however many horror movies. And supposedly that. Is something that was that was inspired by the story I. Don't know that that's necessarily, but it definitely sounds like it including the strangers or yeah exactly. and then there's also the infamous urban legend of the teen couples in a car late at night up to no good. Usually that one goes you know the radios on they here there's an escaped convict or an escaped mental patient out on the loose and the hear the knocking on the roof, and then like one of them turns up dead or there's a hook on the door or something I think that that urban legends specifically stems from. Light quite a few different realized sources, but it's one that's also been claimed to have been inspired by you know the lovers lane killings I personally feel that a seemingly invisible killer who just really can't be I mean the golden state killer even like someone like that can be found can't be stopped is super terrifying and especially back in nineteen forty six when there's no security cameras anywhere or right you know people don't even have phones that. You have to call an operator to with a crank. Yeah. With a crank one thing I will say is that and I got through some of it, but there's a lot. So not all really but just this past February of twenty twenty FBI. Released the case files they are, will the archives of the case files that they have on? This story it is presented on Arkansas online dot coms website will post the link, but it's hard to read because of the documents are like scanned old scratches of paper from like the. Forties. There's just as an example archive is has more than like eleven, hundred pages and reveals memoranda and reports news clippings including some from the Texarkana. Gazette correspondence to and from law enforcement including J. Edgar Hoover. And there's photographic evidence which I couldn't really look at. There's also a list of suspects dating from forty six to forty nine I. Think it's an interesting. Deep dive but it's a lot of content and I kind of wanted to focus on the victims and not have a sitting here for hours discussing how the INS and outs. We'll post links and it's definitely something interesting to look at. If you're into that sort of thing that is the alleged true story of the Texarkana murderers. The. Phantom. Moonlight staring whatever many names crazy guy who killed people it's a horrible story and IT DID INSPIRE Horror movies and films tropes but. Who knows he may still be out there or she? There would be really really old. I. Know Right. That's the only thing that I see 'cause when I watched the movie I will say that the with the musical instrument it just creeps me out and I just kept thinking whoever this is probably dead. They're probably dead now do you have any theories on what happened with the couple that was found several miles apart from each other with the saxophone? I own and honestly. Sorry, I stopped myself up right there because it's hard because these are real people but. and the town that dreaded sundown movie obviously. But the ninety nineteen, seventy, six, Persian kind of provides somewhat decent theories. But I think the guy really liked to scare and torture people. You know he would have like with the first couple. He had Jimmy Removes Pants and get on the ground and then like had the his girlfriend running all over and then he'd like pretend he wasn't there and then catch up to her and like assaulter, and then let her get away again. So it seemed to be like he likes to toy with them So I don't remember specifically what? Happens with the boyfriend in that portion of the movie but I think that he split them up and and tortured them separately and i. do think that especially. Our conversation about. The couple that was found in the car like the there were staging going on for sure. Yet it's been a while since I've seen the original is. The sequel or the second one better but I'm going to have to watch that because Spencer is actually not seen either of those movies. So it'll be a good rewatch for both of us especially after hearing the true life story because. Yeah I didn't know any of the actual details about what happened could job thank you, and the thing is though that like The reason I didn't get into like too much of the investigation is because there is a lot there to, of course, being a small town and everything the FBI did get involved and like there was a there was something I read about. A local..

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"texarkana" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

Whores Talk Horror

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"texarkana" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

"You know it was so nice and quiet. I never would have guessed. We hear that how many times in true crime shows or movies? But this is where. I for me it gets problematic because on the other hand. Openly telling the public that there are no leads and giving citizens agency to report their neighbor for so much as. Giving them an off look during. A mass panic isn't exactly a more effective tactic. The gazette could have saved time and printing ink by simply running the headline witch hunt for masked man is a go people like. Kind of unleashed a witch hunt. People lost their shit. In Texarkana in nineteen, forty, six everybody knew each other folks rarely locked their doors even at night actually and May of nineteen, forty six. Of that changed. Residents. Not only locked their doors but straight up barricaded. Both the doors and even nailed sheets and other blockades to their windows. curfews went into effect hardcore, which resulted in a loss of revenue for a few local businesses locksmiths however, and gun retailers. They were making a killing because everybody was. Bringing up, they were super their security and they were packing. By May Ninth Guard dogs became super popular citizens, barricaded themselves in their homes or opted for stays at hotels or with relatives because safety numbers, some residents went so far as to build this kind of makes me laugh homemade booby trapped around their homes. So, basically, Texarkana residents were jittery paranoid packing heat. It's safe to say tensions were running high in town. And local police departments were inundated with calls from terrified residents convinced that they were in danger on Friday may tenth police rushed to investigate a claim of strange sounds coming from an upstairs room only to find the family cat thrashing around in a trash bin. A report of a prowler bumping up against a house turned out to actually be a hedge hitting the window in the wind would blow one family actually called the cops because they heard a tapping on their front door and that actually did turn out to be a legit. It was a messenger who had been trying to deliver a special letter. I am you're singing telegram. Reference Gaza. Clear. Reference people you get one hundred points if you got that so anyway. The overall lack of consistent facts didn't help matters clearly. So getting back to those the bullets that were found at the starks crime scene. That Killed Virgil starks those were actually twenty two caliber bullets most likely to have been shot by an automatic rifle. Betty Jo Booker Paul Martin Richard Griffith and Paul. Lan more were all killed with bullets from thirty two automatic Colt pistol. Similarly. The first victims were all in their teens or twenties as mentioned, and we're considered lovers lane victims. As they were all found, you know park and along secluded roads in contrast, the starks were attacked in their home, which again was about ten miles northeast of Texarkana. But Age wise they were older than the Phantoms, previous victims and attacked with a murder weapon that was inconsistent with all the previous attacks So over the years. A number of people have been added to and then scratched off the possible phantom suspect list There was just not anyone definitive piece of evidence that justified case. Alone conviction. The police also had their share of enthusiastic tipsters whose leads either fizzled out. Or. Lead to dead ends. And the influx of calls from imposters giving false confessions only exacerbated officers who were required to look into every lead. So just imagine just chasing false leads all over when there's some maniac running around how frustrating There is spread wildly about the phantom killer's identity many in the area believe that the killer was some sort of sex maniac nearly four hundred people in total were arrested in connection with the killings though no right though no conviction was ever made. Sounds like the population of Texarkana Bright. Everyone's a suspect. So. Possible. Suspects included the likes of a University of Arkansas freshmen who committed suicide in nineteen forty eight. Or an escaped German prisoner of war. And in L. A. Resident who believed that he may have committed the crimes while he was in a coma. viable. Suspects all. Many locals however believed the Phantom to be and I've heard this pronounce a few as so I'm GonNa go with you'll swinney. who was a local conman who was arrested in nineteen, forty seven for auto theft his wife actually confessed to as much at the time but later repudiated her confession swinney remained in prison as a habitual offender until nineteen seventy-three. When he and then he died in nineteen ninety-four without ever implicating himself in the murders. So I kind of feel like that. One's kind of a loss because. Regardless. Of the killers show identity, the town he traumatized has never been the same since the spring of Nineteen, forty six clearly. Yet while other towns may have tried to forget such gruesome legacy Texarkana braces it when the town that dreaded sundown was filmed there in nineteen seventy six. Yes they filmed it their in town locals were cast as. Extras. The movie itself has done is kind of a documentary piece like in that style, but you can very much tell that a lot of the people are extras. It's quite the worth a watch and then every year around Halloween the they screen the movie around Spring Lake Park near where one of the murders took place. If you'd rather not travel to Texarkana to see the town had turned it sundown. You can watch it from the comfort of your own home, the movies currently streaming on the.

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"texarkana" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

Whores Talk Horror

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"texarkana" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

"Welcome fours talk or we're not really horse we just like word play. Hello everyone, and welcome to Horace Talk Hor I'm Sharon and I'm Melinda. Welcome to part two of Mindy Sharon's redemption episode as a Quick Refresher Sharon, and I both bombed a trivia question our one year anniversary Trivia episode a couple of weeks ago. That asked for the name of the serial killer who inspired the movie scream for the record. We now know it's Danny Rolling Aka, the GAINESVILLE ripper but we didn't know at the time and given our previous episode about killers inspired horror movies or were inspired by horror movies. Add that are damaged pride. We decided to cover two cases that neither Sharon nor I had really researched or heard that much about before. Last week in our part one episode Sharon did kick ass job covering the Keti murders from nineteen eighty. Thank you. You're very welcome that supposedly inspired the film the strangers if you're wondering, why said supposedly that probably means you haven't heard it. So I highly recommend giving it a listen because it is a doozy crazy interesting and straight up just plain crazy story but it's awesome and thank you Sharon for setting such a high bar because this week it's my turn and I have a lot to live up to. So they here. Yeah. Thank you. Well. Gather around children and let me tell you the horrifying mystery of the nineteen forty six Texarkana murderers which inspired the one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, six, horror classic the town that dreaded sundown. I share some of the resources that I used when falling down this rabbit hole and there are many. Let me tell you. They're the lineup dot. com. Our friend Wikipedia. TAXES MONTHLY DOT com in the culture section. There is I didn't dig into it, but there is a whole right. Sub Right at about these murders. So if you're into that, go for it medium dot com, and then Arkansas online.com which just this past February twenty twenty actually did a recent article about these murders. Will talk a little bit about that, but it's interesting. So keep that in mind like with Sharon's Keti Research, this case became more and more complex the more I dug in for time insanity sake I decided to focus strictly on the murderers and the victims themselves. And not. Really get too caught up in the weeds. Trust me when I say that there is a plethora of sources out there on the interwebs and I highly recommend looking into them. The ones I mentioned don't even scratch the surface but full disclosure. This case does have a lot of speculation and I'm not a trained detective. So apologies in advance. For any errors in research or whatnot there's a lot to keep straight and We really won't have time to get into the whole thing with deep dive but as always, we fully respect the victims and families involved and wish any remaining survivors or relatives of survivors. Well, we hope that you have lived a good life that said, let's dig in. The Texarkana Moonlight murders as they became known. Where a series of unsolved murderers and other violent crimes committed in and around Texarkana in the spring of nineteen forty, six by an unidentified serial killer known as the quote Phantom killer or sometimes known as the Phantom slayer. The killer is credited with attacking eight people within ten weeks five of whom were killed. That timeframe during which the attacks took place was at least to. An outside observer like myself years later, relatively short. The killings all happened between February twenty second and may third of nineteen, forty six. So roughly like ten weeks in total, the victims were mostly all in their teens or twenties, and they attacks typically occurred on secluded country roads. So places that you know young would go to park and neck in the woods. comes. In. One, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, speak these areas were referred to quote. Lovers Lanes so wink wink nudge nudge. You'll hear that term brought up again and again it means make out spot. For for younger listeners the details of the crimes which I'm going to get into may sound familiar to a lot of you, and that's because the Texarkana murderers stories have been cited as inspiration for countless urban legends, and of course, slasher films most famously the town beds sundown that I mentioned and there was a sequel that followed but. Whatever the name of the film though references to early curfews that were enforced during that ten week period in one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, six, when the killer was walking amongst the normal Peaceful Community of Texarkana and needless to say everyone was scared shitless and rightly. So what's more unsettling about this at least is that the case still technically remains unsolved seventy years later. So in total five people were actually murdered by this unknown killer while three others survive their attacks. Two of the three that survived were the first to be attacked by the phantom killer and I'm going to refer to him as that for going forward just for clarity's sake That's a name that he. or She I guess the killer earned by a witness testimony stating that he wore a white mask or sack with holes cut out for is so the first attack was on February twenty second of Nineteen forty-six. Jimmy, Hollis and Mary Jean Lari parked their car on a secluded road outside of town. They were avid astrologists. I'm totally kidding they were making out there totally making out the phantom killer approached the car initially blinding them with his flashlight and then ordering them out of the vehicle by gun point Jimmy. was told to drop his pants and was subsequently beaten severely by the Phantom so much so that his skull was actually fractured the Phantom then told Mary Jean to run. But as she headed towards a ditch, he told her to run for the main road and. Probably should have said this at the beginning trigger warning for violence. All throughout this piece but right now, especially, the Phantom actually chased Mary Jean down the road caught up to her sexually assaulted her with the pistol that he'd had on him before letting her runaway a second time. So clearly from the start, this guy seemed to enjoy torturing his victims. Astonishingly despite such savage attacks both Jimmy and Mary Jean Survived Lau. Yeah. I know in the wee hours of Sunday march twenty fourth. So a little over a month later. Richard Griffin and pauline more were found dead in their parked oldsmobile sedan. You guessed it the end of a secluded road. the following is from an article titled Phantom Killer the unsolved mystery of the Texarkana murders written by Oren, Gray, for lineup.

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"texarkana" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"texarkana" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"The Texarkana searching off you know you know you you you you you were the one thing you cannot say about Donald Trump is that he hides anything no one no transparency one hundred percent transparency and by the way I I don't doubt the present was not being mean they're the present thing funny that was his it was his attempt a little humor he lives in sarcasm land much like I do not care if you hate Donald Trump you hear that it makes you crazy if you have trump derangement syndrome here something like that I had people this we got a Facebook that are just dear sweet wonderful people are having a fit over that exchange that he had with Peter Alexander from NBC news now do we have the whole thing the whole thing not that you know everybody had it and they would edit this to do just show you the part play the part where Peter from NBC news says what do you say to people there therefore they're scared they would he said god tell me you're terrible reporter now if you hear only that piece do you think what in the world this report is asking a basic simple question of you know what what do you tell people who are afraid in the press comes back with this Nike response as usual you don't get the whole story you didn't get the stuff earlier where he was mocking the president for being optimistic about a therapy that has been used successfully in other countries it's a malaria drug malaria's been around since we sent people Vietnam right they come back with malaria you've given this product and you save their life evidently they found in a number of trials and other places around the country but if you use this when somebody has coronavirus that they they they are cured so his point what what do you got to lose if somebody is is you know having a ventilator and is suffering on this why wouldn't we give now what do you got to lose right but all we can long all weekend long I was out there acting is different you're totally missed report everything else so the that the president was back on that and and this guy was just it was one hundred percent planned one hundred percent planned did you find APK yep I have it here somewhere if you want me to fund it we're waiting for Senate but he's not called yet and I'm guessing up that he is unavoidably detained so well go ahead play that kept the exchange yeah because we're scared though I guess nearly two hundred dead fourteen thousand yourself millions as you witness who are scared right now what you say to Americans were watching you right now who are scared I say that you're terrible reporter okay so not not that but Kevin just did there was exactly what the mainstream media they played gotcha that wasn't the full look strange that was the the follow on question and again I I believe this guy was one of the present doing what he what he intended to do he asked one question are you are you you.

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"texarkana" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"texarkana" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Year welcome back Rush Limbaugh meeting and surpassing all audience expectations everyday Texarkana Texas this is John great to have you Sir hello the rest are you today I'm good Sir thank you yeah I was calling the is basically decided to clean out the engagement of the moral wants that it is watching their much of what is lying through their teeth at the people to just got through on the house doing the very thing that there seems little at the sound of their own it's just and so what are you there are you turned on this program that I did you always positive that we own you're able to exactly with positive up beat and I don't lie to be positive and so you you have to leave that and you came here in order to have normalcy restored yes that positive outlook of what's true it's a lot easier to smaller than a bunch of lies all day I tell you it is it is it's all it's it's been a big bugaboo of mine for a long time I mean everybody lives to one degree or another but in in the in the political realm and where everybody really really lies to be confronted with a serial why that propels itself with a bunch of off shoot for three years the trump slowly Arjunan colluded with Russians and so we've got to overturn the election of two thousand sixteen this for three years we've been subject to every live they have been able to manufacture about this presented to us of course is official evidence I told you I told your fear we're gonna watch this today that you're gonna have to just put up with it and realize that the end of it all that McConnell's rules are going to survive you're going to be what guides this trial when it when it ultimately only happens when I've got a couple of pencil neck sound bites here I don't even know if I want to subject you to the why should this guy get any more time particularly on this program or more people will hear him then if they're watching this stupid trial in on C. span or wherever I probably will play when I have more time there's there's something else that we keep hearing about witnesses they want witnesses wait this is still what there are many crimes are being committed here folks the transfer of the phone call which is what this all about has been released there are no witnesses to an impeachment cry because trump hasn't committed any crimes much less in front of witnesses what what about shooters they know when they have no first hand knowledge and every one of them was asked if any of you witness or see an impeachable offense dead silence every one of those ambassadors ambassadorial even lieutenant colonel been all alone okay can you lose we didn't even find any impeachable offense he just had his sensibilities bothered so even this term witnesses is loaded Democrats want to be able to say after the fact say say say we have the gardens witnesses to all the trumps reprobate behavior ready tell all but do you see the Republicans stopped there aren't any went this is there hasn't been a crime committed here the only witness is there are people who are in the trump administration of watched him execute his constitutional duties and that's what they're trying to turn into crimes abuse of power and have witnesses they don't have any witnesses they're asking for.

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"texarkana" Discussed on Far Side Chats

Far Side Chats

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"texarkana" Discussed on Far Side Chats

"And we are recording for real. We are recording for thirty at the this. Oh my God I know right in your mouth number thirty. I can't believe that as old as we're about to be yeah. I'm fine with that I kind of MTO. I think that's pretty cool at the beginning of the year. When I turned twenty nine I was very much dreading thirty. I'll really yeah I was like by the time my mother was thirty. She had two children when you put it in that perspective yeah. What are we doing with our live uh-huh accurate. It's fine also and then I remember like you know hundreds of years ago if you made it thirty you were like really old and so ooh feel like we're doing well yeah same you know we have vigor core healthy vivacious one might say energy years so so go on my goodness initials. I was Gonna say something okay okay. What was your horoscope today. Oh I haven't even looked at it in a week. Neither so my says today be open opened the lessons that your past experiences bring you today. I think that's pretty nice. That is a nice one. I like that a lot. Let's see what mine says. You already have everything you need. Oh that's correct was Ir Light Bulb Yup Light Bulb and then my general overview says says it may feel frustrating to try to express your individual genius. Stop Casting yourself in the role of peacemaker and that feels very the accurate for me okay. This is really weird. Okay so my first sentences the exact same as your first sentence what yeah says it may feel frustrating trading a try to express your individual genius. You're not for everyone. Oh my goodness. That's Bizarro because we have the same one last time we did and it's weird because we don't have the same signs. No we're not even close. No that's really weird. Well Conspiracy Theories Twenty nineteen stardom also. Let's talk about October her. Yes I'm so excited. It's coming up. It's almost here. That's my favorite time of year saying though I wish it were cooler yes I feel like October is either hit or miss here. It's usually mostly miss because it's usually really hot really sick of it just hot hot but I think towards the end of October. It'll get a little cooler. I'm hyping I feel I feel I'm manifesting it. I was just about to say I'm going to manifest putting it in my script. Journal girl were both working on that. We are but also another fun fact about October ready. We're going to do straight paranormal episodes in honor of all all hallows eve so get ready bone to be paranormal. It's going to be so exciting. It really will yeah. We've got some great stories planned. The these are my favorite kinds of stories. Yes I love paranormal so come October. Yeah don't let alone or in the dark or in the dark doc. That's all I got free. I like it okay yeah but today we've got true crime today. A true crime like no other who ooh I'm ready getting is kind of like a lot. I mean you know there's probably death yeah death in a few typical through yeah well. I guess we could jump in. Let's go Texarkana. A small town that straddles the state line between Texas and Arkansas is also known as the town that dreaded sundown. Thanks to the nineteen seventy six horror flick of the same name set in Texarkana and based loosely on a string of local slayings. The Proto slasher film came out just two years after the Texas chainsaw massacre and Black Christmas and two years before Halloween yet the true story behind the Texarkana Arcana moonlight murders is chilling as anything seen on the silver screen and made all the more unsettling because the case remains unsolved nearly seventy years later later.

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"texarkana" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?

R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"texarkana" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?

"Yeah, nights swimming, pretty undeniable. A lot of people would put it higher, but. This is number eight for me. Yeah, amazing. Number seven. New test leper, which you don't seem to like all that much. I like it. I, I'm pleased that it's on your top ten. This, and so it's too from. Hi fi, who from high flow. You really love right. Here we go. This is I think number six, maybe. From my least favorite record. The one song that I think is a classic, not what you don't think. What's the frequency? Kenneth? Well, I think it's great, but I just heard much street in seas. I love this too. Find myself singing this sometimes. Good. All right. This is. I think it's five, maybe. What's it gonna be number five. What's it gonna be. This is the cricket song. This is a song, the crickets. This is your the everything. It's pretty. It's pretty great. Of course, we saw them singing up in Portland. Some nice. It was very special time that you and I shared. All right. This is somewhere in this maybe four or something. Yeah. The song from your wedding. Lots of showings for electrolyte today. Third time we played it here. All right. And then what is this three or two two I to. think it is. Texarkana from three. Sorry. Three. And then this is my top two. This songs. Unbelievable, this is I, this is an incredible saw and find the river one. I'd never heard before we did this record. So this is grown you since we went through, did I not like it on you just you were like, yeah, it's good. I think it's great. It's the more times I hear the more I find the river. This is the peak of songwriting in general. I think just songwriting general. Okay. I think it makes no sense are this is my number one, and this is one. I sing all the time. Can I guess? Yeah..

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"texarkana" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?

R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"texarkana" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?

"Yeah, nights swimming, pretty undeniable. A lot of people would put it higher, but. This is number eight for me. Yeah, amazing. Number seven. New test leper, which you don't seem to like all that much. I like it. I, I'm pleased that it's on your top ten. This, and so it's too from. Hi fi, who from high flow. You really love right. Here we go. This is I think number six, maybe. From my least favorite record. The one song that I think is a classic, not what you don't think. What's the frequency? Kenneth? Well, I think it's great, but I just heard much street in seas. I love this too. Find myself singing this sometimes. Good. All right. This is. I think it's five, maybe. What's it gonna be number five. What's it gonna be. This is the cricket song. This is a song, the crickets. This is your the everything. It's pretty. It's pretty great. Of course, we saw them singing up in Portland. Some nice. It was very special time that you and I shared. All right. This is somewhere in this maybe four or something. Yeah. The song from your wedding. Lots of showings for electrolyte today. Third time we played it here. All right. And then what is this three or two two I to. think it is. Texarkana from three. Sorry. Three. And then this is my top two. This songs. Unbelievable, this is I, this is an incredible saw and find the river one. I'd never heard before we did this record. So this is grown you since we went through, did I not like it on you just you were like, yeah, it's good. I think it's great. It's the more times I hear the more I find the river. This is the peak of songwriting in general. I think just songwriting general. Okay. I think it makes no sense are this is my number one, and this is one. I sing all the time. Can I guess? Yeah..

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"texarkana" Discussed on Layovers

Layovers

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"texarkana" Discussed on Layovers

"As a wonderful chef restaurants, or as you say. The culinary world has had a rough year. Really, hotly. I think was book it was last year or something. Jonathan gold LA times. Food critic. Yeah, it's boarding, obviously. It's a tough year talking about food finally listened to the latest episode of medication about olive oil. We had not all if all the because you have both stays for olives. And he didn't mention the word Greece a single time. You'll episodes, I'm not sure I can be friends anymore with you guys. We did that was a massive glaring omission on our part for which we humbly apologize. It's a fascinating episode is one of your best really loved it there. Learn quite a lot of things actually in their ties very well with Macau we made in the last episode about that guy was producing the oil four. Yeah. Pretty Airways and the picture show me the clearly have a farm, so it's clean. Not all is imported from Spain or Greece actually telling in that case. Yeah. Well, that's good. That's good to know. Somebody is playing by the rules. So you're not a teen anymore. Maybe you are. I don't know if you qualify as millennial or gen what's lesser jen's e or whatever is that. Because I don't know if you've read that news because you're in the US, you might have missed it last time. There was these teenager in Arkansas, it was not a pilot and e tried to steal an American Eagle passenger jet from Texarkana regional airport because he wanted to go to a rap concert. So you had no idea of how to fly in by the time, you had reached aircraft. You know, the police. Had been called because he's west recipe. Whatever the guy actually said. Yeah. Wanted just to fly to see this concert. So I try to steal American Eagle jet. That's incredible. What would he have done? If he had been commands, you just don't your second car. You don't have the keys and you just start right? Yeah. He's louise. I mean, that's a great story. It's almost sounds like an onion article. It's absurdity good effort, man. Enjoy jail. Nothing to do with him. But a similar story yesterday about these two elderly German gentlemen, there were. Elderly home, and they had disappeared. Nobody knew where they are. And they were found the biggest heavy metal festival in the world. I walk in rocking tunes. That's why they had disappeared. I mean, you know, what I wish that all that shit. Right. I did see that one. That was fantastic. So you're not a teen anymore. How did you react to Alaska? So tell us a little bit about that flight, and what you go. I mean, you went to Seattle, which is the airport of this show. We'll talk about it the end. But how was the flight both legs? I have no idea. I've never flown them. So I flew I flew one leg on Alaska. Metal and one leg on expert in America metal purely out of morbid curiosity more than anything. There were there were many other carriers that flew that route is highly traffic drought and Seattle is. I think it's Alaska's home base. But I was just I was curious curiosity got the better of me. So I I looked flying out of San Francisco out of terminal two, which is the old international terminal, which was really badly damaged in the nineteen eighty nine earthquake. And it's where virgin America was based out of as well. So the first strike, and I was going in there. Trying really hard to hate them. Like, I wasn't being professional about this at all going camping them benefit doubt and be my critical thinking cap on. And and be truly neutral. There was none of that. No lounge. I was in first class. There's no lounge and unfortunately protest, by the way. There's no priority pass lounge in terminal to San Francisco there is one in the international terminal the Air, France Kalem, but there isn't one there's an American Airlines admirals club. But I could not get in. I was not eligible even though the lady at the desk and again kudos to American Airlines spent a good few minutes trying to figure out a way that she could let me in without getting in trouble. But it wasn't the end of the world..

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"texarkana" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"texarkana" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Dealers and if you've got one in, your life something going on with you or sub you're, involved with you could always up and let us know, about, it Fred edgy. Dot com Paulina just sent me this story on like half in tears right now because I I have a French. Bulldog rescue so thank you for sending. This story Twenty-three French bulldog puppies were rescued, in Texas and they've arrived in Chicago for rehab. And adoption the story behind it is, so sad the Chicago French bulldog rescue, said originally Twenty-eight French bulldog puppies were rescued from a moving van and. Texarkana Texas on. July twelve the humane, society said the puppies were brought to Chicago as cargo on a Turkish Airlines flight from the Ukraine for a guy who had purchased them and intended to. Sell them so this guy rented it, an unairconditioned moving van. And loaded Poppies onto them and then began a drive, to, Houston Texas state. Troopers pulled a moving down over Texarkana the next day found twenty seven puppies Pak-Tai tightly plastic crates suffering from various. Stages of heat exhaustion police at one. Of the puppies had already died animal rescue, said it was a hundred and twenty one degrees. In the back of this moving down, when they're puppies were found they had, no food or water so the group Chicago French bulldog rescue sad the dogs are in. Isolation as of last, night in animal hospitals when they're cleared for health they'll be put in foster homes until they're adopted so if you're interested Chicago French bulldog rescued they're so. Cute those poor things I'm so glad, they were rescued absolutely Picket Kansas.

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Summer heat sizzles Europe: Portugal and Spain could see record temperatures

24 Hour News

01:58 min | 3 years ago

Summer heat sizzles Europe: Portugal and Spain could see record temperatures

"Of trying to steal a commercial jet told police, he? Thought it would be easy investigators say eighteen year olds a Marcus, Vonn Scott believed only had to do was push some buttons pull a couple of levers Scott says. He wanted to fly to a concert out of state, when he hopped into the cockpit of an American Eagle Jetta Texarkana regional airport according to police reports he didn't get very far the Texarkana gazette says. Scott, was inside the cockpit when, he was arrested July fourth I'm boy air, operates, the, plane the company. Says the forty four seat jet. Was not damaged unusually high temperatures are being recorded across much of Europe as AP correspondent charlesdale, desma reports Portugal as dealing. With the, brunt of the heat wave Portugal's with agency says h places in, the centre south. And east of the country have broken local records. Amid, a heatwave the. Highest temperature so far is one hundred thirteen degrees Fahrenheit and that's expected to peak At one hundred and sixty on Saturday meteorologists say a hot air. Mass moving northward from Africa is causing, the, phenomenon and with. It dust from the Sahara desert while in Sweden experts warn of a, high risk the wildfires this. Weekend because of the dry and will whether Britain hasn't avoided the heat to the Mets office says July was the country's third warmest in more. Than a century with, the temperature passing ninety five. On July twenty six, Charles under NASA assigned astronauts to SpaceX and Boeing. Test. Flights, the five astronauts will ride the. First commercial capsules into orbit next year and bring human launches back to the US SpaceX and Boeing are planning for test flights of their capsules to, the international space station by the end of this year. Or early next, the first crews are expected to, fly from Cape Canaveral Florida by next spring or summer Boeing's first star. Liner cruel include former NASA astronaut Chris Ferguson who commanded the, last shuttle flight in twenty Eleven and is now a Boeing. Employee, the four other commercial crew members are still with naphtha.

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"texarkana" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?

R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"texarkana" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?

"Yeah but he but he only wants about the raid jio and then and then the only the radio radio song about love songs in how manipulative and yeah and there but we a very i i didn't know anything really about this record other than the couple songs i heard you know i knew i'd heard radio song i'd heard losing my religion shiny happy people in texarkana there's four songs that i that i'd heard before i definitely after side one was like this album is fucking weird weird yeah i no one has ever talked about this new about it was like this the one that's so popular everyone is very weird came into thinking it was all losing my religions with these shiny happy people and radio song kind of irritating songs i was like oh it's probably like eight more losing religions at this point i don't know what to think i know because weight but put endgame back on what did you think of that song this like pass store will instrumental i it's really bizarre it's like four and a half minutes long it's not just a little today i'm like it's fine it's definitely just dive today i was listening to it it's them diving into something different but really indulging oh yeah it's it's you hear the plucking of the the violin wins and oboe i honestly this record sounds like a b sides record to me like this sounds like a cool beeson.

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Tour bus headed to the Masters​ golf tournament flips on Georgia highway

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02:09 min | 3 years ago

Tour bus headed to the Masters​ golf tournament flips on Georgia highway

"The next jeff goldman thank you very much severe weather is in the forecast for millions tomorrow with record low temperatures and snow this weekend where it seldom seen this time of year meteorologist eric fisher is tracking the wild weather eric we keep going back to this what's happening now we got to stop meeting like this jeff more cold moving its way on it and more snow as well some towns across the plain set all time april cold temperatures earlier this week then look at the lowes moving in here as we start the weekend more single digits and teens definitely not an april feel and more record lows are expected with this cold air outbreak then we look toward the warmer side of the storm system severe storms likely from eastern texas stretching across texarkana and into mississippi few tornadoes early some damaging wind gusts large hail all possible on friday then we got to the next snow while we have a clipper bringing some lighter snowfalls across the interior parts of the northeast tomorrow bands of snow all the way down into virginia as we head toward friday evening into saturday morning not a lot of snow jeff but a little bit of snow and a lot of places if dc gets one inch it's the most there since one thousand nine hundred ninety four and april eric fisher thanks very much a charter bus headed for the masters golf tournament in atlanta crashed on a georgia interstate today masters isn't a gun i i should say nine passengers are in the hospital the driver is under arrest riina nine and has more on this the bus carrying eighteen passengers to the masters tournament overturned in the median on georgia's i twenty shortly before nine am the driver sixty one year old stephen hop and brower was charged with driving under the influence and failure to maintain lane georgia state police confirmed he was under the influence of drugs but did not say what kind of passengers were transported to area hospitals with injury conditions ranging from critical to good incredibly blessed to walk away from something like this with nothing more than a cut passengers say that they noticed the driver swerving before they went off the road several of the injured remain in the hospital tonight jeff good to have you here i'm glad to hear everybody's he was one of the.

Jeff Goldman Eric Fisher Jeff Lowes Texarkana Mississippi Virginia Georgia Stephen Hop Brower DC Atlanta Jeff Good Sixty One Year One Inch