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"Find challenge. You retrieve the ax ourselves like why is it no worthy and even change you? I literally feel like I'm a different person. Yes. Do you feel that way? Ideas worth spreading from Ted. And NPR. I'm a new summer roadie coming up. Everybody cares about money. We like to pretend that the financial wolves that many Americans are experiencing are not systemic. The billionaire since country have gotten much much, much richer in the pandemic. He was a recipe for disaster. It created what we now know as the Great Depression on the show today, a century of money. First this news Live from NPR news. I'm Barbara Klein. Operation Warp Speeds. Chief Adviser Doctor Moncef Slough. He says he expects 100 million people in the U. S will be vaccinated against the coronavirus by the end of March. He says 40 million doses will be distributed by the end of this month. NPR's Selena Simmons Stephens reports. The first doses will be delivered to all 50 states tomorrow. Next is the rush to start getting people vaccinated to try to slow and eventually end the pandemic. The federal government is coordinating distribution to predetermine sites around each state. Then it falls to state and local health departments and healthcare providers to actually start administering the shots. It may take a few days of provider training about how to properly give this vaccine for the campaign to really get underway. Selena Simmons Duffin NPR news Meanwhile, the Corona virus continues to take a deadly toll in the US more than 2300 people died of covert 19 yesterday. At the same time, 219,000 new infections were confirmed. France is loosening restrictions on nursing home starting next week so that residents conspired time with their families. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports they'll be able to receive visitors even if they've tested positive for Corona virus. The deputy health minister in charge of elderly affairs, said that injecting the spirit of Christmas into nursing homes is essential to maintain family ties and fight loneliness. About a third of France's nearly 58,000 coronavirus deaths have occurred in retirement homes where residents have been subjected to strict confinement measures. France has just emerged from a second national lockdown. The tight restrictions helped curb new cases, but the prime minister says the country is still in the midst of a second wave of the virus. Eleanor Beardsley. NPR NEWS PARIS The Electoral College convenes tomorrow to officially vote for Joe Biden as the next president. But many Trump's supporters aren't giving up. NPR's Amy held reports for the second time in a month. Thousands descended on the nation's capital Yesterday. Pro Trump ralliers are still rejecting the reality of the results, including the proud boys who call themselves a Western show. Veniste organization, the Southern Poverty Law Center, calls them a hate group. Black lives matter. Protestors came out to police tried to keep the group's apart, but by night, some met and thought some two dozen were arrested. Earlier, the president indicated the support was mutual at the pro Trump rally. Wow, he tweeted thousands of people forming in Washington, D C for stopped. The steel be cheered as Trump passed overhead and Marine one. But in dozens of cases all the way up to the Supreme Court. Any notion of a stolen election has been rejected. Amy held NPR news. This is NPR. This is w. N. Y. C in New York. I'm Yasmeen Khan. The electors that make up New York's electoral college are still set to meet in person tomorrow in Albany, despite a surge in covert 19 cases. Governor. Cuomo says the law requires an in person meeting and that precautions will be in place, such as testing, wearing masks and social distancing. State's electors are a group of prominent state Democrats that includes Cuomo Bill and Hillary Clinton and Attorney General Leticia James. President elect Joe Biden won. New York Congress will meet in a joint session to formally count the electoral votes on January 6th. Representative Max Rose, a Staten Island Democrat, appears all but certain to enter the mayoral race in New York City. The New York Times reports that Rose is exploring a bid and casting his potential candidacy is a sharp rebuke of the DiBlasio administration. Rose recently lost his reelection bid to Nicole Mallia Takis, a Republican of the State Assembly. If he runs Rose would join the field of about 30 contenders listed with the city's campaign finance board. There's been a surge in handgun permits a hand gun permit applications on Long Island News Day, reporter Thomas Maier says police are likely to reject applicants who've committed felonies or who have a history of mental illness. I think overall from the standpoint of law enforcement Mortgage guns that are out there, the more concern they have about protecting public safety. Applications are up 80% in Nassau County so far this year compared to all of last year. Suffolk County's five largest towns have also reported a 143% increase, though crime in both counties is down compared to last year. Currently a warm 58 degrees in New York City. Temperatures will go down tonight to 39 degrees..
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"Met and thought some two dozen were arrested. Earlier, the president indicated the support was mutual at the pro Trump rally. Wow! He tweeted thousands of people forming in Washington, D C for stopped the steel. They cheered as Trump passed overhead and Marine one. But in dozens of cases all the way up to the Supreme Court. Any notion of a stolen election has been rejected. Amy held NPR news. Iran today, some in the end voice of Germany and France after the two countries criticized Tehran for executing an Iranian dissident journalist yesterday, Ruhollah Zom was convicted of fomenting violence. During anti government protests in 2017. The U. K and you are extending post Brexit trade talks beyond today's deadline. They've already gone on for 11 months, and negotiators are still at an impasse on fishing rights and British waters and you rules for fair competition. They're hoping to avoid major disruptions at the end of the year before their divorce takes effect. January 1st. Britain's Prime Minister, Boris Johnson warns to be prepared for no deal. This is NPR. This is W. N. Y. C in New York, and he asked me in Con Corona virus. Vaccines are beginning to arrive in our area this weekend now that federal officials have approved them, New York is slated to get 170,000 doses of the Fizer vaccine, health care workers and nursing home residents and staff get first priority for the shots and they could get them as soon as tomorrow. The New York Times reports that more than 106,000 doses will go to Connecticut and 76,000 to New Jersey. Representative Max Rose, a Staten Island Democrat, appears all but certain to enter the mayoral race in New York City. The New York Times reports that Rose is exploring a bid and casting his potential candidacy as a sharp rebuke of the De Blasio administration. Rose recently lost his reelection bid to Nicole Mallia Takis, a Republican member of the State Assembly. If he runs Rose would join a field of more than 30 contenders listed with the city's campaign finance board. Long Island has seen a surge in applications for handgun permits. This year. Applications are up 80% in Nassau County compared to 2019 there at more than 140% and Suffolk County's five largest towns. Newsday's reporter Thomas Maier says interest in gun ownership peaked at the beginning of the pandemic in March, and the protests overjoyed George Floyd's death in June even though Long Island hasn't seen an increase in violent crime. The reality of crime on Long Island. So actually, if anything has gone down, so that fear that people have really isn't justified by the fact. Crime was down in both Nassau and Suffolk counties between January and September compared to last year. Currently at our high Today of about 58 degrees..
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"This week, the media engaged in wishful thinking that the vaccine will be an instant fix. Or that the president will be charged with a crime. Yeah, I mean, one of the assumptions is that There is a criminal case. It's just you know, which one and where do you find it? From? W. N Y c. New York This is on the media. I'm Brooke Gladstone. Frontline health workers are forced to make ethical decisions. Leaders further up the chain are too chicken to take on their terrible decisions to make. And so they Get shunted downward and downward until they're in the lap of the person who's standing in front of the patient and cannot not make a decision. Also, Cove has changed the way we say goodbye to our dead leading us to face our grief in new ways, which are old ways, he said. Well, ordinarily, we would have a wake. I said, Listen to me. She's in the bed. She's dead. This is your wake. Oh, coming up after this. Live from NPR News. I'm Giles Snyder. Workers that defies her warehouse and Kalamazoo, Michigan began applauding this morning as the first boxes of the company's corona virus. Vaccines were loaded onto a truck. Vials of impact and dry ice to keep them from spoiling and are expected to begin arriving around the country tomorrow. The first shots likely will go to hospital workers and nursing home residents. Distribution of the Fizer vaccine comes as Corona virus infections surge around the country. In California hospital intensive care units are filling up and jails have been found to fuel the spread. Now the A C L U. Was won a court order to reduce the jail population in Orange County by almost half Jacob Rice Burgers with Southern California Chapter Cove in 19 doesn't stay in the jails. On go. Anything that happens in the jails is likely to spread out into the community, reducing the chance of an outbreak in the jails. Makes things safer on the outside and the A. C L U filed a lawsuit on behalf of several inmates who said they were at risk due to underlying health conditions. Clashes last night in Washington, D C following yesterday's rally backing President Trump's effort to overturn the election on the other side of the country. One person was shot after pro Trump supporters and opponents clash at the Washington State capital in Olympia. It was the second such shooting in a week as Austin Jenkins of the Northwest News Network reports. The shooting happened in a visitor's parking lot in the Capitol campus. Robert Surfing is a conservative youtuber who was taking video of the protests, he says a group of what appeared to be Trump's supporters. We're returning to their cars when protesters with opposing views rush forward and that's what I heard the shot. I was looking everywhere. There was a lot of stuff going on. Everybody was dipping out. No details about the victim or their injuries were immediately known. The shooting followed a serious of chaotic clashes involving about 200 protesters on and near Washington's Capitol campus. Similar shooting happened near the capital last weekend for NPR News. I'm Austin Jenkins in Olympia Overseas and France of French government is loosening restrictions on nursing home starting next week so that residents conspired time with their families. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports they will be able to receive visits. Even if they're positive for covert. 19, the deputy health minister in charge of elderly affairs, said that injecting the spirit of Christmas into nursing homes is essential to maintain family ties and fight loneliness. About a third of France's nearly 58,000 coronavirus deaths have occurred in retirement homes where residents have been subjected to strict confinement measures. France has just emerged from a second national lockdown. The tight restrictions helped curb new cases, but the prime minister says the country is still in the midst of a second wave of the virus. Eleanor Beardsley. NPR NEWS Paris and you're listening to NPR news. This is W. N. Y. C in New York. I'm Yasmeen Khan. New York is getting closer to seeing 100 deaths a day from Cove in 19 governor, Cuomo says 95 people died from the virus on Friday. In August and September. There were days when no New Yorkers died of coded But now hospitalizations and the use of ICU beds are steadily rising throughout the state. The governor announced that all indoor dining will be banned again in New York City starting Monday, the city's covert positivity rate over the past week has risen above 6%. A second fire in a week struck the Middle collegiate Church in the East Village. The F D. N y quickly responded and extinguished the minor flare up yesterday, the historic church and the neighboring women's shelter were heavily damaged in a six alarm fire last weekend, fire investigators determined the cause was electrical and not intentional. There's been a surge and handgun permit applications on Long Island and that strong the concern of some public safety advocates. News Day reporter Thomas Maier says police are likely to reject applications from people who are likely to reject applicants have committed felonies or who have a history of mental illness. They think overall from the standpoint of law enforcement. Mortgage guns that are out there, the more concern they have about protecting public safety. Applications are up 80% and NASA county so far this year compared to all of last year. Suffolk County's five largest towns have also reported a 143% increase. Interest in gun ownership peaked at the beginning of the pandemic, and during the protests over George Floyd's death in June, the crime In both NASA and Suffolk counties is down compared to last year. Mostly sunny today high and the upper fifties..
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"And tomorrow Monday, a mix of rain and snow throughout the day temperature holding steady or dropping a bit to around 37 degrees tomorrow. Currently, it's 53 degrees and fair skies over New York City at eight o'clock. This'd w n y C FM HD on AM New York. From W. N. Y. C and NPR This is weekend edition. Good morning. I'm he asked me con coming up this hour distribution of the visor vaccine has begun. The first shots could be given as soon as tomorrow, including here in the New York area, the latest rallies to protest the 2020 election results through crowds of President Trump's most ardent supporters yesterday. And we remember Charley Pride, one of the first black Americans to become popular as a country artist. He died yesterday at age 86 of complications from Cove it it's Sunday, December 13th first news headlines. Live from NPR News. I'm Giles Snyder. Negotiators for the UK and the European Union have agreed to extend their talks on a post Brexit trade deal. European Commission president or serve under lion says enough progress has been made to keep pushing for an agreement. Our negotiation teams have been working day and night over the recent days. And despite the exhaustion after almost one year of negotiations, On despite the fact that deadlines have been missed over and over. We both think That it is responsible at this point in time to go the extra mile underlying smoking. Rather. Speaking to reporters in Brussels a short time ago, she said her phone call with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was constructive and useful. Too, had set a deadline of today to reach a deal to avoid a no deal Brexit at the end of the month. Hospitals around the country preparing for the first deliveries of Fizer is Corona virus. Vaccine trucks carrying the vaccine began leaving advisor manufacturing facility this morning. After the FDA granted emergency use authorization late Friday. The Electoral College convenes tomorrow to officially vote for Joe Biden as the next president, brother before the second time in a month. Thousands of pro trump supporters to send it on the nation's capital. NPR's Amy held reports Saturday's rally grew violent pro Trump ralliers are still rejecting the reality of the results, including the proud boys who call themselves a Western show. Veniste organization, the Southern Poverty Law Center calls them a hate group. Black lives matter. Protestors came out to police tried to keep the group's apart, but by night, some met and thought some two dozen were arrested. Earlier, the president indicated the support was mutual at the pro Trump rally. Wow! He tweeted thousands of people forming in Washington, D C for stopped the steel. They cheered as Trump passed overhead and Marine one but in dozens of cases all the way up to the Supreme Court. Any notion of a stolen election has been rejected. Amy held NPR news to Wisconsin. Now a federal judge there has rejected another one of President Trump's lawsuit seeking to reverse that state's election results. Wisconsin public Radio Shawn Johnson reports on the latest in a string of defeats for the president. U. S District Court Judge Brett Ludwig, who is nominated by Trump called the president's case extraordinary. A sitting president who did not prevail in his bid for reelection, Ludwig wrote and asked the federal court for help. Ludwig said Trump failed to show that clerks had conducted the election in a way that was significantly different from what state law had intended. He also said there had been no violation of the constitution. The president asked that the rule of law be followed, Ludwig wrote. He concluded quote it has been For NPR news. I'm Shawn Johnson in Madison. And you're listening to NPR news. This is w NYC in New York. I'm Yasmeen Khan. New York is getting closer to seeing 100 deaths a day from covert 19 governor. Cuomo says 95 people died from the virus on Friday in August and September. There were days when no New Yorkers died of coded Now, hospitalizations and use of ICU beds are steadily rising. Throughout the state, the city's covert positivity rate over the pet the past week has risen above 6%. A second fire in a week struck the Middle collegiate Church in the East Village. The F D. N y quickly responded and extinguished the minor flare up yesterday, the historic church and the neighboring women's shelter were heavily damaged in a six alarm fire last weekend, fire investigators determined the cause was electrical and not intentional. Middle collegiate Church houses the New York City Liberty Bell that's wrong to honor historic occasions. The New York Post reports. There's hope the bell is recoverable. Long Island has seen a surge in applications for handgun permits. This year. Applications are up 80% in Nassau County so far compared to all of 2019, and they're up 143% in Suffolk County's five largest towns. Tuesday. Reporter Thomas Maier says gun interest in gun ownership peaked with the beginning of the pandemic in March and the protests over George Floyd's death in June, even though Long Island hasn't seen a increase in violent crime. The reality of crime on Long Island, Actually, if anything has gone down, so that fear that people have really isn't justified by the fact Crime was down in both NASA and Suffolk counties between January and September compared to last year, mostly sunny today with a high in the upper fifties temperature will drop tonight, though to below around 39 degrees. It's 806. Support for NPR comes from indeed committed to helping businesses hire when managers upgrade their job posts. They instantly.
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"States has hit a daily record of Corona virus cases with more than 83,000 reported infections and hospitals in a number of states where the pandemic once seemed remote now say they're running out of space. We got more from AP correspondent Ben Thomas after hitting a state record for Kovac 19 cases. Utah governor Gary Herbert is warning state residents unless they take serious steps to limit group gatherings and wear masks. Healthcare providers will be unable to properly care for all their patients. The US search mirrors a similarly white Bread spike in Europe. Does Maria Van Kirk off? We're in the autumn in the Northern Hemisphere. The influenza season is just about to begin. And so the demand for testing for people with respiratory diseases will increase the demand for hospital needs for people who are sick will increase in Twin Falls, Idaho ST. Luke's Magic Valley Medical Center says it's overwhelmed with Corona virus patients. And except for newborns, all patients under age 18 will now be sent to Boise, some 128 miles away. I'm Ben Thomas Maier. Lightfoot's reacting the word from Dr Anthony Fauci. The president hasn't personally attended a meeting of the White House Corona virus Taskforce in month. Like for telling MSNBC she still meets with her top health officials everyday We're seeing country this thing is literally taking twisting terms also daily basis and you were exactly you're not said vice President Mike Pence, regularly attends those meetings but felt she admitted that he doesn't have the president's ear like he did early on in the pandemic. Wisconsin appeals court has put a hold on Governor Tony Evers restrictions on indoor public gatherings. Evers administration issued the order October 6 limiting indoor public gatherings across the state to 25% of the buildings, capacity or 10. People in places without an occupancy limit. The tavern League of Wisconsin immediately challenged the order in court. 10 days before the election President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden are making the rounds in key battleground states. Speaking at a rally in Lumberton, North Carolina, a day after the U. S, set a single day record of more than 83,000 Corona virus infections, President Trump says the caseload is high because of the amount of testing being done gives the fake news media Something to talk about. So they say cases are up in the states. That's because we just addressing supporters in Bristol, Pennsylvania, Joe Biden says Friday's record number of Kobe 19 infections contradicts what the president has been saying at the debate on Thursday night. Donald Trump stand is still saying We're rounding the corner, Biden says. Trump cares more about the stock market, then the American people while Trump says a Biden presidency with delay the development of a covert 19 vaccine. I'm my camping more than a million Indiana voters requested early balance record number but still lower than officials initially projected. Thursday was the deadline for requesting a ballot. Officials were expecting 10 times more mail in ballots for this fall's election than four years ago, expecting that some 1.3 million to 1.8 million ballots would be mailed. In a rare weekend session. The Senate's taking up confirmation of Amy Koenig barrettes appointment to the Supreme Court. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the judge's qualifications are unassailable. Judge is one of the most brilliant Admired. An impressive nominated for any public office. In a generation. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer accused Republicans of being hypocrites by pushing Cockney barrettes nomination after refusing to consider Merrick Garland's under former president Barack Obama distorted Warped history lesson. Will not remove the stain. Only one thing will leader McConnell. Withdraw the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett till after the election. An Hispanic Waukegan police officer has been fired after shooting and killing a black 19 year old man, wounding his black 20 year old girlfriend happened late Tuesday more from W. G. M's victor on the FBI has joined the investigation along with Illinois State police once it's complete, the use of force case will then be turned over to the Lake County, Illinois state's attorney's office for Review. Waukegan Police chief Wayne Wall says they terminated the officer for what he called multiple policy and procedure violations. They have not yet released the officer's identity, Marcellus Was killed. Two Fara Williams remains hospitalized. VON W. G..
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"The White House today with Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain agreeing to normalize relations. The president's senior advisor son in law Jared Kushner, helped broker the agreement that he's doing is creating a new strategic framework that needs less American intervention. Less American troops less American treasure in that region and hopefully creates more Peacefulness that there's Less threats of terror to America knows Kushner on ABC is Good Morning America. They are the first Mideast peace agreements in 26 years, Thomas Maier and together presented a sobering number two city councilmen there regarding the financial impact of the Corona virus pandemic. Ginther, explaining that in June, the city auditor reduced the general fund by $41.5 million heating up in ordinance to officially reduced the city's general fund by that amount, because our revenue is so closely tied to income tax. This staggering unemployment rate has drastically reduced our revenue, ABC sixties Kaylie Gunderson says the city implemented changes to deal with the downfall, like a freeze on merit raises implementing a hiring freeze and eliminating travel City Council also table the resolution Monday, dealing with police use of certain equipment like military style weapons and helicopters. Issued directives on the use of control agents like tear gas, create more accountability for the use of military style weapons and reduce the helicopter unit in the department. From 5 to 4 radio 6 10 w TVN Sports on October 17 start date for big 10 football still on the table, but nothing in terms of voting on the proposal from league president. Yet Ohio State losing defensive back Sean Way, too, became tired of waiting and opted out of the college season. Declaring for next year's NFL draft brows preparing to host the Bangles Thursday night. Cleveland Cutting kicker Austin Cyber in favor of veteran Cody Parkey Cyber missed an extra point in a field goal in Sunday's opener. Baseball the Reds ever taken two from Pittsburgh last night. Those two pirates again Indians with six straight losses. Try to snap out of it at the Cubs Tonight,.
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"Matched Bennington in new. York joined shortly by Ed Harrison from Washington DC, but first here's Jack. Farley with the store is driving markets. US! Equities continue to March upwards in dissent. The won't seem to end the S. and P.. Five hundred is now within one percent of where it began year in January and shockingly every single stock in the index is up since the lows on March twenty third every single one, but stocks aren't the only way investors are betting on a v-shaped recovery Morgan. Stanley announced in a note on Friday wager on a significant steepening of the yield curve, the reported a correlation between the plot and a thirty year one month spread, noting that yields tend to compress as the. The target rate goes lower, so it's essentially an anti T. it'll be interesting to see had his out going forward, speaking of bonds spread between German boons, and the sovereign bonds of Italy Spain and Greece have narrowed significantly in light of the European, Central Bank's announcement, a sustained stimulus while ECB's generous benefits package has tempered the bond markets of southern Europe it's provoked fears in the north of inflation and moral hazard, several prominent German economists have come out denouncing the package arguing that ECB president Christine Lagarde is a huge risk by doubling down on stimulus while the money. Money supply is at the highest point. It's been since the launch of the euro. Don't you think former chief economist Thomas Maier argued that Europe is headed for a constitutional crisis because the ECB quote has no legal or democratic mandate for what it's doing. And Meyer is by no means the only critic. There's also Otmar issing former ECB. Chief Economist who added his critique as well as Professor Richard. Werner added to these worries about inflation, our concerns about moral hazard, a disproportionate amount of stimulus would be allocated to Spain in Italy which are heavily indebted nations within the. The euro zone, so there's a worry that this bailout package would incentivize fiscal productivity, so the Hawks have their talents out, but the dubs definitely have some arguments in their arsenal with CPI in the euro-zone, just at zero point, one percent having declined for four straight months and forecasted growth within the euro zone, seemingly apocalyptic with the Bank of Spain, having forecast to GDP for Q to contract a stunning twenty one point, eight percent, and even Germany output slumped seventeen point nine percent for April, so it'll be interesting to see whether these tensions resolve or exacerbate going forward. And with that, let's go back to ash and Ed Ed Harrison back from vacation in in your rightful seat on a Monday afternoon. Welcome back Ed..
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"We don't need to look far to find bloody nobles nobles it sometimes feels as though all we have to do is open a history book and flip to a random page life. Top was often a cutthroat game. Both figuratively family and literally and anyone who found themselves in the orbit of a King or Queen certainly understood that risk a great example of how bloodthirsty the English kings could be. Was Henry the eighth. Henry is known for a lot of things not all of which are so great. In retrospect he expanded the power of the crown during his lifetime and based a lot of that on his belief in the divine right of kings. Something that threatened the freedom of his people. He was greedy and vindictive and had an ego that was only surpassed Aston size by the con- piece on his armor. But if there is one thing that most people remember today about Henry the eighth. It's his many wives. Henry had six six of them half of whom were named Kathryn which must have made it a lot easier for him. I'm sure five of those. Six wives came and went within its single ten year period in his life but not all of those breakups were friendly. After having his first marriage annulled in fifteen thirty three and sparking the English reformation and the country three separation from the Catholic Church Henry married the sister of a former lover. A woman named an Berlin three years later he had her executed for treason and adultery but also possibly for failing to deliver a male heir. The day after Ann's beheading Henry proposed to one of her ladies in waiting Jane Seymour. They they had apparently fallen in love months before but Jane had managed to hold off. Henry's advances in the name of honor. Once the Queen was dead. Though she was much more agreeable they remarried ten days later from everything I can tell. Henry believed that Jane Seymour was the one viewed her as his perfect queen and when she gave birth earth to his first male heir a year later he probably side with relief but complications from the birth put her life at risk in over the two weeks that followed. She slowly declined in October. Of Fifteen. Thirty seven Jane Seymour passed away that had taken place at Hampton Court Palace. Henry's favourite London residence. It's a mixture of a pleasure palace a theater and a royal home. So when Henry brought his next to wives through those doors over the next few years they were the probably bittersweet moments a lot of joy would be possible there but it would always sit in the shadows of a painful past his fifth wife. Wife Catherine Howard made a fool of the king by conducting at least one less than secrets affair after learning about what she had done. Henry had catherine arrested and thrown in prison themsel- there at the house. She was only eighteen at the time. And I can't imagine the fear and desperation. She must have felt being a prisoner of the most powerful man in the Kingdom uh according to the stories though Catherine managed to slip away from her garden one day while being walked through the palace she bolted away and ran down. One belong long galleries that led to the king's chapel. where she knew Henry could be found? Her goal was probably to beg for forgiveness to ask for mercy and to plead for her life but the guards caught up to her before that could happen and her screams of terror. Were the only thing to reach him. Catherine Howard was beheaded a short while later and Henry moved onto a new wife also named Kathryn but just because those former wives were gone doesn't mean they were forgotten in fact if the stories are true they might have stuck around to serve as a cruel reminder. It said even today visitors to that long gallery in the palace have heard echoes of a woman screaming a desperate panicked cry that chills them to the bones. Others have heard the quick rhythm of footsteps as if someone were running down the hallway and in Nineteen nineteen ninety nine according to one source to different tourists fainted in the gallery at different times on the very same day elsewhere in Hampton Court Palace. Less other shadows have stuck around as well in a room at the top of the staircase known as the silver stick stairs. Multiple visitors have claimed to have seen the figure of Pale woman. She stands silently hovering slightly above the floor with a mournful expression and vacant is for those who have witnessed it. The Specter has been both calming mean and terrifying whether or not the visions a real though. It's fascinating to look at the true history of that room because while it has been used used for countless purposes over the last few centuries one specific resident stands out above all the others. It was in this room. You see that Henry. The eighth eighths only male heir was born to his true love Jane Seymour and it was there just two weeks later. That she passed away Oh the old home located on Berkeley Square is a town house. Just one of many in a long row of similar facades but as far back as the mid nineteenth century it was different enough to stand out from all the others but before I continue with the legends. Let me be clear that not a lot is known about the House's origins and a lot out of stories have yet to be completely verified. Still we know enough to make this journey worth taking so let's get started. The majority Jordy of details begin with the man who owned the House. Back in the eighteen. Sixties Thomas Maier wasn't the first to live there but he was certainly the most infamous. It said that he had wants been engaged to be married but fiance eventually changed her mind and ended their relationship broken and distraught. He retreated into his house and was rarely rarely ever seen again. Neighbors claim that the house would be dead during the day only to come alive at night. It was as if Thomas had traded in the sunlight for or the shadows leaving the rest of his life during those moments when most of the world was asleep and it might very well be whispers of the house all lit up at night that I gave birth the rumor that it was haunted but could also have been what happened next sometime around eighteen. Seventy two the house sold to a new family and they moved in to clean up the home and make it their own. The couple had two daughters both in their late teens and they were precious few years left for the parents to enjoy life as a family in this new setting writing before they became empty nesters in the weeks that followed though the future crept in the oldest of the two daughters became engaged to a young officer named captain. Captain Canfield than conversation became filled with talk of wedding plans and guest list and at some point in their engagement. Captain Canfield planned visit so the family set about preparing the attic bedroom for his rival. According to the story what happened next is still shrouded in mystery. The family made with sent up to put the final final touches on the fiancee's room and while she was up there the family heard her scream at once. Everyone in the house rushed upstairs to see what had happened only to find her lying on the floor and expression of complete horror painted across her face. More mysterious yet was that she couldn't seem to put a complete sentence synced together and was unable to answer any questions. The family asked her all the made was able to do was mutter low cryptic refrain. Don't let it touch me. Don't let it touch me. The made was immediately taken to the hospital to recover where I imagine. Someone observed her and did their best to treat her rattled nerves but other than that there was little they could do sleep. They assumed would be the best medicine the following morning. Though she was found dead in her room the fiance arrived the next day. And after hearing the stories of the maids unexpected death he decided to check the room out for himself. Maybe he was playing the brave soldier in front of his future in laws in an effort to impress them or perhaps his fiancee needed some reassurance and he wanted to calm her nerves whatever the reason he climbed the stairs to the attic bedroom and declared that he would keep watch throughout the night in the darkest hours of the morning. Though a gunshot gunshot pulled everyone from sleep their heart's racing at the sound of it. Everyone climbed out of bed through on their night coats and then rushed up to see what had happened. What they found according to the legend was the young captain dead on the floor of his room a victim of his own pistol in one thousand nine hundred seven author? Charles Harper wrote about the house in a book and it was there that he declared to be the very picture of misery after the events that were said to have taken place there. It's easy to wonder if the misery was in the structure or the lives who live there either way the stories. We've heard so far. Shed a bright right lights on one more tale. That Harper added to the legend according to him the next family to own the house moved in fully aware of the tragedies of the past asked the owner was an older gentleman who is said to be practical and not prone to stories of the supernatural. Still he understood the power of suggestion. The creepy old house with a dark past might have over him so he set some rules for everyone to follow after settling in with his family. He told them all that he would ring his his bel- to tell them if he ever truly needed help. If it was a moment of frights he would only bring it once which they were all instructed to ignore but if matters were more pressing and he truly needed help he would ring twice a signal that they were to immediately come to his room. Everyone went to bed at the end of the evening and while the night right began peacefully the quiet was broken around midnight by the loud chime of the old man's bell not once but twice which sent everyone rushing to see see what might be the matter what they found. Though weren't answers. The old man was riding in his bed. His face twisted by panic nick in fear just like the house made all those years before he too couldn't answer the questions that the others around him asked he could only mutter and shake with Horror at something. No one else could see after doing their best to help him. They calm him enough to let him sleep and everyone wandered back to their own rooms. They left his bel- on the table beside his bed hoping that he would remember how to use it if needed them but the remainder of the night was one long stretch of unbroken silence. In the morning they discovered why after visiting the old man's bedroom to check on him one of his family members gently pushed the door open and peered inside the shape and the bed was unmoving and so they approached awake him and see how he felt but like those in the house before him he to head passed away. A random coincidence of natural causes or a demonstration of the power of.