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L.A.'s Chateau Marmont Is Becoming a Members-Only Club
"Hollywood Tangalle to the shots or Mo monty set to become a members only hotel by twenty twenty, one, the owner Andrey Bellagio announced last week his plan studer and the ninety one year old hotel into an even more exclusive place Monaco's own report bounds who is no stranger to drink or two at the chateau school yards pass more on this story. Because of its geographical location and it's very comfortable accommodations, it really became the Hollywood hotel almost from the beginning of Hollywood. Sure, you'd look into chateau because you needed a bed for the night, but that could mean any number of different things. The Chateau was a hotel synonymous with sex drugs, rock road, death, infamy, madness badness, and depending upon your face and fame, simply the price in position of your room. The subtlest suggestion that will be things were okay. Sir. Just fine. Just sign here. Maybe get some rest. James Dean. Let through the window to begin his audition for rebel without a cause chateau. Natalie, wood reading a role for the same film at the age of sixteen. When able with a direct. Ray Hotel. She got the part Johnny Depp said, he'd made love to Kate Moss and every single one of the chateau sixty three rooms and their Zeppelin might have done something similar to just supposed to be not a waste of the same girlfriends. Used to push their groupies around on drinks, trolleys, killing two birds with one stone I suppose. Jay Z. and beyond say three parties, the Chateau Vanity Fez bash was held that all these people were following the lead of Jean. Harlow Arrow Flynn Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart who used his labyrinth of rooms, terraces, bungalows, and conveniently dense foliage to conduct love affairs track notoriety while the angry spouses and nosy gossip columnists. architecturally, the Chateau is a weird dark gothic thing but as far more in common with Hollywood. With the Black Dailia Boris Karloff and Vincent price than with the area modernism of nine. Hundred. Sixty S Los. Angeles. It was not macrobiotic was not a detox. It was not up at six for a swim. It was still up six for a swim. From the proud sunset boulevard is your approach it. It's not unlike Disney's Cinderella Castle. But one where a night with John Belushi really would convince you that six hundred, nice could talk. So the shadows going members only, and that is a little sad because there is a sort of democracy in the access granted by the price of a Martini and seeing who else is the bar. I saw VESTA stallone and his mum having T to Capri looking a bit too warm at an art party, other discussion with Richard Lewis, comedian and rival of Larry David alone about reverend at the bar. He was unsanitary green light, considered it a waste to be. So, you could become a member why not? You could just turn out and smile. Maybe it'll stay the spiritual home of that time honored Hollywood hustle. For Monaco? I'm Robert Bound.
"vincent price" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!
"Peaceful conditions. They began to tremble again. The moment we set foot inside the house poor feodor man is nearly his mind. What can he do? I keep asking myself that question. She died in Philadelphia USA. This on fifteenth just a little less than a year ago. You went with no. She went there to take a piano lesson. There was a new teacher. She'd heard about. She was always so self conscious about a technique but she never reached his studio. They notified me at midnight from the city morgue and no one in Philadelphia saw no one except the attendance at the moment. Of course the people who picked her up after the collision it was such a brutal accident among who could speak to the children explained to them. Or it's so horrible so sorted I know my dear I hate to make you suffer but if we could find some way if they could just believe when you brought a backyard pilots. There was a funeral and was there anybody who saw her. I couldn't bear it and I I didn't think at the time she'd been so beaut- for lovely sweet gentle face and that is the horses it completely tremble even if the children had been able to come home. I wouldn't of let them look the coffin seared when I left Philadelphia. I didn't want to see her again myself? There was a few more people came. There were flowers and undertake but if they believe that if there was one witness were lost there was a funeral. The finest funeral encounter a snow. White Goose and twenty five coaches. Everybody said flowers costs could watch open..
"vincent price" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!
"Peaceful conditions. They began to tremble again. The moment we set foot inside the house poor feodor man is nearly his mind. What can he do? I keep asking myself that question. She died in Philadelphia USA. This fifteenth just a little less than a year ago. You went with no. She went there to take a piano lesson. There was a new teacher. She'd heard about. She was always so self conscious about a technique but she never reached his studio. They notified me at midnight from the city morgue and no one in Philadelphia saw no one except the attendance at the moment. Of course the people who picked her up after the collision it was such a brutal accident among who could speak to the children explained to them. Or it's so horrible so sorted I know my dear I hate to make you suffer but if we could find some way if they could just believe when you brought a backyard pilots. There was a funeral and was there anybody who saw her. I couldn't bear it and I I didn't think at the time she'd been so beaut- for lovely sweet gentle face and that is the horses it completely tremble even if the children had been able to come home. I wouldn't of let them look the coffin seared when I left Philadelphia. I didn't want to see her again myself? There was a few more people came. There were flowers and undertake this. But if they believe that if there was one witness amendment lost there was a funeral the finest funeral encounter a snow. White Goose and twenty five coaches. Everybody said flowers costs could watch and.
"vincent price" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!
"That was pretty good. Yeah but they're always a little bit hamming a little bit corny. You've got to Hollywood powerhouses at the top of their game. Selma how out of this dialogue. The voice work is just lush and gorgeous. Mcallister's are so bright and stories creates it's vodka. It's called up few can see minor as I said earlier. It's written by the same woman. Lucille Fletcher. I believe her name was who wrote. Sorry wrong. Number another great radio play starring Hollywood Lesbian Agnes moorehead otherwise notice. Endure for bewitched. But we already did that. One go so yeah. It's all set at the turn of the century. One thousand nine hundred late Victorian period. And it's got everything. It's got a little bit a ghost story. It's got a little bit of murder mystery as got a little bit of revenge. It's creepy kids at Scott. This bombast organ music the to shake the rafters. You'RE GONNA love it so patch one you stop talking about it. And why don't we all just settle down turn up a radio dials? Turn down the lights and get ready for suspense The prisoner California welcomes you again. This week they our suspect tonight. From Hollywood Roma winds bring you was stars misidentified currently being seen in one of others in our time. And Mr Vincent Price. Plenty of sanctuary box soon to be seen in the Daryl ZANUCK production with the appearance of two distinct we screen analyses Lucille. Becher has written the suspense play. That deals with brooding anxiety. Shopping suspicion played against the severe forbidding background of late Victorian Year and so you in C minor and with the performances of IDA Lupino and Vincent Price we again hope to keep you April first nineteen hundred the abyss justice. Let you know that I arrived in pilots. Ill lizzy met me at the station. She's heartbroken a Bacha Pause Bankruptcy for some reason field that adopted me remedy the family situation. I told her I'd been offered a job which he swept away. That idea in horror a girl with your looks. Amanda peabody doesn't have to get a job there too many rich husbands building around for that. Furthermore she says she has a rich husband already picked up from the right here in pilots. Still don't you remember? I told you about him at Christmas time. He's Evans richest creases charming coach. A lonely widower with two little children and besides that he's just jaw type a real intellectual. You should hear him. Play the pipe organ and you know Becky. I've met so few interesting men lately and all you'd have to do is live on digital thing. Good Evening Mrs Germany delightful to see you hear distant to Mike System divided. I'm sure it's a lovely party mister. Just come to pilots Ville. She's from New York visiting me after the rule of the Hick season. I'm afraid I'll pilots dote humidity body. Oh no not at all charming. I've enjoyed everything so much. You'll beautiful house music. I hear your going to pay for care. Careful Organ Music Miss peabody much. Never miss a Cheshire sample. What a luxury. It must be to have your own organ right here in the House. I'm afraid I couldn't do without it. It's my hobby. You Know Bach and books to Asia. Frank don't you adore that work Emended bidding music. You should hear the end of the burning of room. Yes and the delightful thing.
"vincent price" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!
"And instead we're going with another old time radio program this time we're once again listening to an episode of Suspense Episode called. Fugu in C minor and it has additional bonus of starring the legendary and now recently discovered totally bisexual. Beloved superstar Mr Vincent Price and the woman who is featured couple months ago in our women. Harsh SEGMENT MISS IDOL. A pain up but before we go any further. Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Patrick. Walsh and I am your guy the weird and wonderful world of horror movies except you have to see them through my very very gate. Little is now. I've decided that we are going to get into what happened with this episode. What happened that? We're not covering my super sweet sixteen. What happened that? We are not covering my super psycho. Sweet Sixteen. We're GONNA talk about that after we do the radio show okay. 'cause we got to have a little talk but that'll be that'll be because this is now right now that'll be then right there but this isn't that right now so if you happen this week first of all it is the one hundred twenty third anniversary of the publication of Iraq. Ya the novel by Bram. Stoker that hot sexy allegedly bisexual bear Bram stoker and so to celebrate that we are going to have on this Saturday. We're GONNA have a the silky the double feature What does that mean? We're going to be screening to Qualify Dracula related movies because I needed. Watch some comedies. Right now. So what we're GONNA do. We're going to watch mad monster party from nineteen sixty seven. I think that is a claymation movie. Start Phyllis diller and Boris karloff features. All the universal monsters but not really. They're knock also the universal monsters but they're all having an adventure and in fact they're having a mad monster party eight as all very silly and very camp and it'll be great that starts at three PM and then at four forty five pm. We're going to go. Disco DANCING DISCO DANCING. With Akwa. This Dracula ever going to watch love at first bite starring George Hamilton from the Fabulous. Your of nineteen seventy eight. The movie that brought Allah. Ooh I love this. Yeah that put that on my little radar. That didn't even know I had remember. That movie was eight years old. And that's all GonNa be happening on the cast APP and what you need. You join that party. You need to use your l. dot Li slash s q social bit dot Li slash s q social? That's s q social like an ice cream social but with an q social than an ice cream social shut up. We're going to be and man. I wish you guys were there last Saturday if you weren't there less Saturday. Oh boy did you miss L. Unexpected surprise happen. As I mentioned here we were going to be doing a screening of the two movies that we did in the past episodes which were shock value and find out so I posted everywhere on the social media and the regular showed up and aren't to me so the people from the cast of shock value so my post on instagram told everybody else involved in shock value and they all crashed the party. Yeah almost the entire cast the director the Special Effects Guy. A whole bunch of people from the crew they all had this mini reunion in the screening room and they were just like having a great time at Party and doing commentary the film and give you great insight. It was fantastic and they played along with everything. They're up the cartoons. They also sang along with the Karaoke Song. Psycho killer by the talking make do Karaoke because it is a gay podcast and a bunch of semi videos of them singing along on instagram and it was great. And you missed it. If you were there I wish you were there. Who knows? Maybe Phyllis diller would show up this week never well maybe George. Hamilton will show up and Susan Saint James. That's more likely than Phyllis diller. Because she she's she's she's not likely to show what I'm trying to say again. This bit at least let s q social starting at three. Pm Eastern Standard Time. Be there miss out on the pot tag. The other thing that happened this week we had a whole bunch of birthdays. No not mine. I'm letting that go. I'm letting go no. We had three leads all birthday on the same day. We had vincent price we had peer cushing and we will had Chris Farley all born on May twenty seven. How weird is that that vented prices also was also bisexual? What I love the fact that the king of horror movies. I cut my teeth on it so much. The man who defined were horror movies were for decades. Was One of US kids. How's that for representation? How's that for making her choir? Yahu Vincent girl get it now. What did he did a hairdresser? And the're BLEDSOE. Hello I'm birch dishes hair. I can't hand and I can't even do that as well as he did. But unfortunately I cannot find a radio program and all three of them together. I found Breyer programs. They'll do did individually. I'm just figured. Hey we've got one with Vincent Price and idol. The Pino who we just featured in February in women are month for being the groundbreaker that she was this song groundbreaker in Hollywood kick ass taking names and not really making an ego trip out of it either and Oh boy is a great story like usually these these old time radio shows.
"vincent price" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!
"And instead we're going with another old time radio program this time we're once again listening to an episode of Suspense Episode called. Fugu in C minor and it has additional bonus of starring the legendary and now recently discovered totally bisexual. Beloved superstar Mr Vincent Price and the woman who is featured couple months ago in our women. Harsh SEGMENT MISS IDOL. A pain up but before we go any further. Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Patrick. Walsh and I am your guy the weird and wonderful world of horror movies except you have to see them through my very very gate. Little is now. I've decided that we are going to get into what happened with this episode. What happened that? We're not covering my super sweet sixteen. What happened that? We are not covering my super psycho. Sweet Sixteen. We're GONNA talk about that after we do the radio show okay. 'cause we got to have a little talk but that'll be that'll be because this is now right now that'll be then right there but this isn't that right now so if you happen this week first of all it is the one hundred twenty third anniversary of the publication of Iraq. Ya the novel by Bram. Stoker that hot sexy allegedly bisexual bear Bram stoker and so to celebrate that we are going to have on this Saturday. We're GONNA have a the silky the double feature What does that mean? We're going to be screening to Qualify Dracula related movies because I needed. Watch some comedies. Right now. So what we're GONNA do. We're going to watch mad monster party from nineteen sixty seven. I think that is a claymation movie. Start Phyllis diller and Boris karloff features. All the universal monsters but not really. They're knock also the universal monsters but they're all having an adventure and in fact they're having a mad monster party eight as all very silly and very camp and it'll be great that's three. Pm and then at four forty five pm we're going to go. Disco DANCING DISCO DANCING. With Akwa this Dracula. We're going to watch love at first bite starring George Hamilton from the Fabulous. Your of nineteen seventy eight. The movie that brought Allah. Ooh I love this. Yeah that put that on my little radar that I didn't even know I had remember. That movie was eight years old. And that's all GonNa be happening on the cast APP and what you need. You join that party. You need to use your l. dot Li slash s q social bit dot Li slash s q social? That's s q social like an ice cream social but with an q social social. Shut up we're going to be and man. I wish you guys were there last Saturday if you weren't there less Saturday. Oh boy did you miss L. Unexpected surprise happen. As I mentioned here we were going to be doing a screening of the two movies that we did in the past episodes which were shock value and find out so I posted everywhere on the social media and the regular showed up and aren't to me so the people from the cast of shock value so my post on instagram told everybody else involved in shock value and they all crashed the party. Yeah almost the entire cast the director the Special Effects Guy. A whole bunch of people from the crew they all had this mini reunion in the screening room and they were just like having a great time at Party and doing commentary the film and give you great insight. It was fantastic and they played along with everything. They're up the cartoons. They also sang along with the Karaoke Song. Psycho killer by the talking make do Karaoke because it is a gay podcast and a bunch of semi videos of them singing along on instagram and it was great. And you missed it. If you were there I wish you were there. Who knows? Maybe Phyllis diller would show up this week never well maybe George. Hamilton will show up and Susan Saint James. That's more likely than Phyllis diller. Because she she's she's she's not likely to show what I'm trying to say again. This bit at least let s q social starting at three. Pm Eastern Standard Time. Be there miss out on the pot tag. The other thing that happened this week we had a whole bunch of birthdays. No not mine. I'm letting that go. I'm letting go no. We had three leads all birthday on the same day. We had vincent price we had peer cushing and we will had Chris Farley all born on May twenty seven. How weird is that that vented prices also was also bisexual? What I love the fact that the king of horror movies I cut my teeth on the man who defined were horror movies were for decades was one of US kids. How's that for representation? How's that for making her choir? Yahu Vincent girl get it now. What did he did a hairdresser? And the're BLEDSOE. Hello I'm birch dishes hair. I can't hand and I can't even do that as well as he did. But unfortunately I cannot find a radio program and all three of them together. I found Breyer programs. They'll do did individually. I just figured. Hey we've got one with Vincent Price and idol. The Pino who we just featured in February in women are month for being the groundbreaker that she was this song groundbreaker in Hollywood kicking ass taking names and not really making an ego trip out of it either and Oh boy is a great story. Usually these these old time radio shows.
"vincent price" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"So the windows seven not the greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties please give me the heebie jeebies when he laughed and that song but is Vincent Price come on come on well it's always sunny in Palm Beach gardens when you're listening to one oh seven nine all thank I would be gone you want to get down you're going to get down.
"vincent price" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Awesome we can speak into that Lafayette is Vincent Price on the documentaries on HBO they get that this is it yeah it's it's phenomenal but the whole statement as the dancing scene right even the dancers a block because they're like how do you move like that but I can check that out I what is this one and does wait the greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties twenty one oh seven nine cool weather outside as we can you know anything about.
"vincent price" Discussed on WDRC
"Of the same starring Vincent Price based on characters created by Leslie chopper it looks magazines and motion picture transcriber he Holly was brilliant and talented actor Vincent Price as thank one hi miss Deborah excuse me when I drank a Red Gregor yeah he is in good she is a very nice tuba Mister temple apps how I would take her out of the case now and they adore if you lift that confounded thing do your lips you're a dead man you do not have to get behind it Mr I doubt it you forget that on one occasion you trapped me I have heard you play a bad thing well I have never before nor since wanted to be death well Mister temple I have been practicing since they're trying to tell me you now play better well louder good bye I have got a problem I don't doubt it but not what you think I thank the neighbors they've all moved out the landlord named my windows down is a man of genius my problem is something else it would help it might blow away from that to burn but I only one of five never strangled anyone yet but there can always be a first time okay I will demonstrate but you would be played five years of my life went down the drain on that I'm happy today what did I playfully it had a typhoon well I guess it don't really matter on account of I only know one piece so well anyway that's what I played for Mister Stanley media player no doubt happily proceeded to return to Africa yodeling for Livingston Mr stand is hard of hearing either mania yeah he hates music he is the guy owns a Stanley casino which is kind of upstate and is a very swanky roadhouse type road house you had him tied to a chair this the template he asked me to play he called me up and asked me to come over and play and after he heard me playing he hired me to do what sweep the road has to bring the children is banned no it doesn't happen very often but tonight it happened words have failed me not only as Mr Stanley hired me but he's going to pay me a hundred Bucks a week I not only is he going to pay me a hundred Bucks a week he also handed over a hundred Bucks in advance in cash it or I suppose I should congratulate you thanks but what's your problem the Tampa I love to play the tuba but I don't play it good I know that you're an honest man even I sometimes can't stand the sounds I make but the template nobody would pay me don't apply if it was legitimate you may be right so what should I do I still got the whole hundred Bucks should I give it back to Mr Stanley what kind of amenity anyway by reputation from what I have heard around he is a very big operated type I do not think he has had a reputation ever since he was expelled from reform school why was he explained the lower the tone of the place if they are when do you start working fine I make my day but tonight but I think so what I'm asking you Mister temple is would you please but they wanted to but that means I will be at least one friend of mine in the audience and I got a great and I am going to need a friend he may be right the adorable road houses the kind of place most road houses are the patrons will be thinking of other things the music anyway yeah but supposedly thank Kamara hello yeah and I none of my business will that stop you no I didn't think it was one of these days I'm going to Hey or somebody else's capital then what happens to my wife my sick you know I don't don't don't don't say it I.
Horseshoe Crabs: Blue Blood of the Ancients
"The Horseshoe Crab Robert this This episode was your idea. And I'm so glad you thought of this. Yeah and I'll I'll bring up a little later in the upset what Quite reminded me that the horseshoe crab should be a topic of discussion. But they're really. This is a creature. I feel like that I've been admiring my whole life. It's frequently brought up. It's frequently pointed out to me. I remember as a kid. Being if not shown an actual horseshoe crab thing maybe it was showing the remnants of one that had washed up or picture of one and it was explained to me like this is a the unique organism that you don't find many things that are really like it on this earth on the earth today and if you went back far enough in time you would find them in in ages of Of strange biological diversity that would otherwise seem alien but the horseshoe crab has remained largely constant. It is an olive colored lump from the Jurassic Period and beyond. Yeah so one of the great things about it is it's sort of perfect fodder for our show I think because it's something that If you don't go deep on it might be You might think of it as a kind of like lowly and uninteresting just sort of lump in the mud with with some scuttling clause and you know there's not really much to it. There's a lot plot to it The this creature is marvelous into start us off. I want to inspire some wonder by by reading a passage with few bridge minutes from a really excellent Poland book. I've been reading this week. By the British paleontologist. Richard Forty called a horseshoe crabs and velvet worms the story of animals and plants. That time has left behind. It was published in two thousand twelve now velvet worms. By the way we'd we spoke about them recently it was potentially buried. If you skip our movie episodes and you shouldn't. We did an episode on the Tingler. That old Vincent Price Horror movie and the title character in or the title monster in that film. The tingler very closely resembles of velvet worms. So we discussed its unique biology so to be mentioned in the same sense as the velvet worm that should let you know the horseshoe crab is no joke totally so Richard Forty. The author of this book is a former president of the Geological Society of London. He spent much of his career as a staff paleontologist colleges at the British Natural History Museum where his research included a special focus on our old friends. The trial of Bites And he's also done a lot of public natural history communication appearing on BBC documentaries and stuff like that so in the opening chapter of this twenty twelve book fourteen is describing a massive gathering of horseshoe hugh crabs that he witnessed one night on a beach in Delaware So begin reading here deepen the night along. The shores of Delaware Bay the Horseshoe. Crab are stirring the tide is now high and there is no moon darkness rules but even in the feeble starlight. The overwhelming flatness of the countryside can be made out except along. The Rim of the bay. Were old sand. Dunes have built up a levy heave with gentle movements. I I noticed. Some very odd sounds downs. There is a general hollow clattering a tapping and grinding sound somewhat like that made by knocking. Coconut shells together once accused on the radio to imitate horses hooves but altogether less rhythmic and with the kind of underlying push then as my eyes get used to the darkness low. Shelly mountains the size of inverted calendars can be seen slowly pushing and jostling all along the shore and perhaps six meters up into the sands. They're bumping and clambering together is the source of those tap tapping percussion sounds the flash of an infrared torch reveals more details. The head shield of the horseshoe crab is domed upwards and carries a few weeks spines at its back into hinge marks at jointed boundary with the second large the plate spiny at the edge which can flap downwards and beyond that again projects a stout triangular spike as long as the head. which can wagle up and down here at kits helmet more crabs are gathered on the mudflats seaward of the San waiting their turn strange green? Black slowly animated lumps temps further offshore again in the shallow seawater. Tail spikes project briefly above the gentle waves like raised radio antenna and are gone shopping. Doing were still more horseshoe crabs vie with one another to get their place on the sand so if that doesn't Tempt you to buy the book I I will say. The whole thing I think is greatly that forty really is He's a great scientist but also a really great writer in this book is just a fabulous. Read Yeah I like the the details it gives to describing like one one thing that stands out from me is the horseshoe crab always looked like An element from a suit of armor has a it. Looks like a little tank moving moving along the shoreline. Well yeah exactly and there's a good reason it looks like that. I mean that is quite literally what it is. This is a creature that is mostly a suit of armor. especially if you're looking down from above above right it is quite literally biological armor Now forty goes onto explain the marvels of the scene says there are thousands of these creatures gathered on the beach. Each coming onto the beach from the waves He he at one point finds one horseshoe crab up turned on its back in the sand desperately bending its tail spike up down in an attempt to flip itself back over which is a strategy that I believe would probably work in the water but not so much on the land And despite his status says a scientific observer forty admits that he's unable to resist the urge to write the animal and he does grasping it by its head shield and he flips it But once upright of course it doesn't say any thanks it just kind of trundles away and gets back to business. What is this business? It is made ing. This is a giant convention of Horseshoe Horseshoe Crabs essentially for the purpose of an invertebrate orgy. And that's four. Forty himself uses the word orgy. I think that is the correct term for this. So he notes that the largest animals on the beach are digging down in the sand. So while their dorsal shields hide most of what's going on there jointed to the limbaugh underneath our industriously removing sand and then Some of the larger crabs ended up digging themselves so far down that they're almost completely buried and these larger creatures the ones doing the digging the females. They will ultimately be burying their freshly laid eggs in the sand here on the beach. Meanwhile smaller crabs jobs are fighting to climb on top of the buried females. These smaller ones are the males and the reason they're fighting for positioning is that they're competing for a chance. To fertilize is the female's eggs with their sperm cells which are called milt and Forty realizes that much of the tapping. He's talking about in that passage. I read that. clanking noise is that he heard in the dark comes from what he calls Tussles for dominance male horseshoe crabs knocking one another about by the EXO skeletons as as they fight for a chance to be the first in line to reproduce and this can get really violent forty notes that finally Many of them don't survive this night of mass asked invertebrates sex on the beach in the morning. The shore is just littered with assorted chunks of Horseshoe Crab Carcasses. It's an amazing scene. And I I wish I could be present to see this. I would go to Delaware for that. That would get me into Delaware. Yeah they should put it on the license plate right. This does remind me of a of a story that that I've heard before My Wife's grandmother had an amusing tale of worship crabs. Believe this is a tale from the outer banks of the United States Though she also who lived in Australia for a time when she was younger so it might be a tale from Australia. But I'm pretty sure it's outer banks anyway. The story goes that she happened. Upon a bunch of horseshoe crabs on the beach. I thought they were in danger. So my wife's grandmother then devoted an hour or so to collecting them and hurling them back into the sea only to learn later that had come short to make so she thought that they were like beached. Whales essentially. Yeah you know they're usually they're here. They are in mass. Maybe something is wrong. They need help you know. Throw them back in before the birds get them that sort of thing so she meant well but turns out. She was interfering in their natural process. ooh I bet those were awesome. Frustrated invertebrates Now these mass meetings on the beach bear an actually pretty great ecological significance Forty describes The eggs they. La is tiny and green and he writes that they're they're laid together in these golf ball sized clumps of about four thousand six thousand eggs a piece He says up to fifteen or so males will have the opportunity to fertilize the eggs of a single female enduring a reproductive cycle a single female horseshoe crab might lay about eighty to one hundred hundred thousand eggs total and yet forty notes that on average. It's estimated that only about thirty three out of every million eggs survive into adulthood. Did so again. This comes back to kind of in the invertebrate numbers game much like we talked about an hour. Christmas Island Crabs You know there's a lot of larva and only a tiny fraction action of them actually ever become adult crabs but this massive eggs and juveniles. That don't survive their ecologically very important. Because like like the Christmas Island crabs they are important food source for lots of animals living in passing through the region loggerhead turtles prey on the crabs even into adulthood The the that is kind of weird imagining eating horseshoe crab because if you look at one it just really does not look like it would have much good meat. It looks like an animal made entirely entirely out of Shell and bone. So it's looking around on this. And in some parts of the world that they are sometimes harvested for food but only the eggs or roe or edible according to Malaysia best dot net which has a blog post about this and some photos. You'll find them on the menu and some restaurants either grilled and flipped over for row consumption or or someplace where you can get the row already scooped out and serve to you. And I read that the the eggs basically have a rubbery texture a salty taste so nothing really all that exotic attic in terms of Of eating the eggs of of marina creatures. like this but again the end of their favorites among birds and other creatures in the horseshoe crab is a keystone species for this reason. Like it's going to spend a Lotta time on the show talking about how ancient they are their ancient origins. It's easy to maybe fall into this notion that they are an outcast that they're not really important. They're just a throwback but no they have a very important role in a number of species sees again like migratory seabirds depend upon them. Yeah you're exactly right about that and forty talks about this. At length the birds will peck around in the sand to find the hidden caches buried daggs. So this scene that forty describes so vividly is not just an amazing spectacle of nature. We sort of alluded to this earlier. But it's also also a window into the deep history of planet Earth into way to think about the wonders of evolution across geologic
"vincent price" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"On bat starring Vincent Price as it was originally broadcast on Friday, June thirtieth, nineteen fifty in the newspapers of that Friday, sixty nine years ago these were some of the headline Russia, refused last night to use her influence to bring peace to Korea where American supported forces from the south have stabilized the front against the communist invaders, South Korea's military fortunes headed so improved that it appeared American planes in worships might turn the tide without the aid of US ground troops. Both the south and North Koreans when regrouping on the important central front, south of red captured Seoul, a counterattack by the southerners drove the North Koreans from the capital's Kim airport America, more Phipps, and b twenty nine bombers thundered in action in force. Meanwhile communist radio. Berlin, and Soviet controlled ADM news agency, told the Germans yesterday that General Douglas MacArthur. Let South Korea in the greatest taste yesterday after he learned that the North Korean army was only a few kilometers from headquarters of the American intervention headquarters at Suwon dateline. Tokyo general MacArthur's Chiapas hastened yesterday to use the ships and planes of three nations in intensified attacks on communist positions in South Korean authorities. Sources said MacArthur already is accepted the opera Great Britain, and Austria use their naval units, including aircraft carriers. Meanwhile, optimistic horse have eased pressure in Washington merged decision on whether US ground troops should go into action, president Truman declined comment on questions of ground forces and call the North Korean troops. Bandits in light success. United Nations continuing efforts to assemble an international military force to say same South Korea and in New Delhi. India abandoning their neutrality. To support U N policy in a article published by the international news service, they John Korea Siegman really president of the Korean Republic reporting in a telephone dispatch. We are going to win. There can be no doubt of that. But my regret is that the creation of the true Korea must be achieved by such savagery and carnage as we are now witnessing. Hey, line, New York, a weakened stock market bed on fear on room, or top over again, yesterday, a series of three selling blast knocked down key issues, one dollar to an extreme ten dollars fifty cents a share a majority of losses were around three dollars a share nearly two hundred stock.
"vincent price" Discussed on KTRH
"There was an old. Vincent Price called mask of the red death. You can call this mask the green. Being compost turned into compost can make lawful for you to be turned into soil. In a method that has been worked on for many years. Part of the urban project called recompose recompose. I dunno comp. It's basically turning your body into. A special kind of those special kind of dirt that has human microbes in it, and basically to use on plants and animals, and whatever and it sounds like a great idea. I guess because I mean, whatever you do whatever gonna do with your body with your very for for you care, or waterbed or whatever you want. You have a choice you can do that. But there's got to be something about this. And it's all about greenhouse gases. Cremating people brings all these carbon into the air. So you're basically reducing carbon footprint if you just throw you into. A cabinet full of sawdust Alvin straw and break down your body into and they take you out in a wheelbarrow McCall. Good. You know, we think about the thing about those FEMA coffins that they were looking into many years ago. Maybe they were just compost coffins. I mean because when you look at animals that are rendered from dead like there's a huge catastrophic her death, and they have to render them. They do that for mass death. So imagine if we had a math death. They were not in a place. The bury the dad or would be dangerous to burn the dead. We'd have to do this to turn them all into. Hurt. Seven three thirty seven hundred that's triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred JR and Oregon Hijazi on ground zero. Good. I think that doesn't get idea. I'm you know, I'm no chemist. And I don't know what. Bacteria might remain after your composted. See for a cattle farm, and I don't I have a. Chryssa stomach or put it down. A parliamentary compost for three or four years and come and get all the bones and stuff and. Big jumble compost, and I do a lot of hunting deer, elk and. I think we will return back to oil in one way or another not always with new embalming methods. You know, eventually still become no you don't. You don't. They embalmed people. Forever. Pretty much you turn into a wax dummy. It's called atmosphere and. You can go look it up on Google. And you see all these bodies that you can tell they're still bodies, you can tell they're still he's you can see what they look like. I mean, sure they look horrible because they've been in the ground for a while. And there's no color in them. But they're still pretty much together. I mean, they're holding together. Pretty well. Because you're in a casket, that's you know, reinforced and it's a vacuum packed. It's like being vacuum packed in a bag your vacuum packed, and you have all this fluid going in you that his keeping you pretty much intact, and you end up turning into a big soap wax, dummies. What happens? Yeah. It is. But it's a lot weirder than that. It's like I had I didn't know anything about this. Until like, I said, I talked with a friend of mine who is a pretty, you know, he really wanted me to look into funerary science, and or mortuary science, and I learned that embalming methods now are so advanced or so remarkable that bodies can pretty much retain their structures for many years under the ground. So. Completely decomposed now. No one really knows. I don't know. Really? But I do know though, you can go on Google type in there. And you get to see just how the bodies why they wind up looking like wax dummies. That's just the way it is. If it gets into the casket, and it actually turns the Bobby into sort of it's it's called sapid of occasion where it becomes supple. And it turns into like wax, soap just kind of like remains is this soap wax, dummy under the ground. Yeah. The idea that that we should all turn back to earth though. I mean, well, you want to be cremated or turning the compost? I mean, sure I mean, but it's like you really want to take a chance that know throwing a dead body compost or human body compost on plants, especially when you know, the bodies that we have our full of heavy metals and all kinds of other contaminants. What's that? Like, I say philosophically, I would say, I'm no campus. You know? I don't claim to understand all of what what bad park there could be the call it'll philosophically like what what I what I father.
"vincent price" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"On the east many. You're stuck somewhere in between. Welcome to beyond reality radio with me, Jason Hawes, and the always awesome JV Johnson. So there's this. There's this video that's going viral on the internet. And it's actually I don't know if it's going viral now, but the other night when we were doing the program, of course, Jay, you know, I do YouTube stream and the people caught a things happening behind me. That's kind of spooking me out a little bit you talking to paper. No, no, no, no, the paper that that thing. That's just because I have the heater blowing. But there was this little white image that came out of the television that sits behind me went into the candle holder. I have then came back out and went off and did its own thing. I've watched a video it's comes out of me. According to some people actually comes from me to the TV to the candle faced a lot of strange things. I'm not gonna argue that. But it's a pretty interesting video. And I haven't had time to really sit down and analyze it was from like last Wednesday night show. I believe but a lot of people are talking about it. It's pretty cool. Let's take a look at it. I'll check that out daylight saving thing screwed. You know, it hasn't at all. Actually, my my hours. You're so bizarre way that I don't even follow a clock half the times doesn't matter. Too much. I truly don't feel like we need it anymore. I just leave it leave it where it is now and just just rolling. There's a lot of people that believe that. And if you look at the reasons that it was put into place a lot of those reasons don't exist anymore. So I guess it might make sense to reexamine this at this point, the whole fullback one is what screws me. I see fallback. Yeah. Because you get an extra hour me up. It gets dark too early. And everything else it does. It does change change that for sure screws everything up. Yeah. We could go live closer to the equator and you'd have never longer day. Give me a twenty four hour day. I I'm sure I could fill it out where you go up to Alaska parts of Alaska that don't see the sun for six months. Interesting. That would suck. Yeah. Anyway. So yeah. So I think there's a lot of talk about that. There's a lot of I know some states have have decided to opt out of the changing of the zone. I guess doesn't is another one, sir. Anyway, I know that there was actually some something in congress and trying to pass something about doing away with it. Which is the only time I'll support a politician. Screw everything else up. But I'll support them on that they Skirving. All right. So we've got a completely different topics occupy the second hour of the program tonight. Our guest will be Neil parks. Neal is a paranormal investigator and a researcher something, I know stuff about he's awesome. He's been doing it for a long time. He's an award-winning paranormal author, and we're gonna be talking about some of his books and some of the experiences and Neil welcome to beyond reality radio. It's pleasure to have tonight. Thank you so much for having me. The overall feeling in the five of the show so far. Well, thanks glad to have you on tell us how you got your start in your interest in paranormal topics. Wow. Wow. Began very early age with something as simple as records with a yard sale with Vincent Price reading yet, growl, narrating it so that got me into the macabre and to the supernatural and stories. My grandmother told me when I was a very young child about the vacuoles of Kentucky in the mountain, which is and strange lights in the sky and crypto zoological type creatures that live in the woods, and those stories just stuck with me throughout my entire life. Chowhdury? Of my own that I couldn't explain that. I really couldn't speak freely about because at that time in nineteen eighty six and even before that you really couldn't speak openly about that type of phnomenom because no one really understood it or they would say that you worked for the inquirer at that time. It was all yellow journalism. Something funny. You would see on a on a state newspaper, and my grandmother passed away in two thousand five so I took it upon myself to collect those stories. She told me and put them into a book to see if anyone else would be interested in hearing or reading those stories. Slater. Now, people are still enjoying what I write. And there was a common thing though. I mean, especially back in the eighties and so forth. If you talking about the paranormal people, it was more, they mocked you made fun of you. And it's only over the last, you know, fifteen twenty years where it's really opened up and people have been more than willing to share their stories and stuff when it comes down to the parable, more and more people seem to be getting involved there being more open to the possibility of it completely. You know short while ago. There was this this little show ghost hunters really opened the door for a lot of people. Thank you. I appreciate that. You. But no. Was the main that was the main focus of when we when we finally agreed to do go centers because we turned down doing TV like five different times was the fact that somebody was going to do. And how are they going to portray the field at least if we did it, and we did it the way we've always looked at it. We could try to make it where it wasn't such a taboo, subject people were more willing to talk about it. And I think we did open the doors on that which help. Helped out a lot of people in. So we accomplished what we're after you really hope to my book sales to I appreciate mutual. Mutual love, Ed, MS society. In all honesty. Neil. If if you're into the macabre before you under the paranormal, there is a transition there that you must have gone through because there are a lot of horror movies fans that aren't necessarily paranormal fans and vice versa. What's the transition for you? Well, it's I'm sort of an enigma because I love boat Star Wars and Star Trek, and you're not supposed to, but I do a lot of those things I just sort of car of my own identity and having an interest in the fascination with horror. My spiritual life is what is throwing me more into the paranormal 'cause I've been very active and attached to my face, and it's sort of become a part of my research. And what I do what I base it on. And as you started to learn more about the paranormal, you started to hear these stories from your grandmother, and you started to collect them at what point did you start to decide that you were going to research these as opposed to just tell the stories. At around the age of eleven and twelve I decided I wanted to start walking through and exploring abandoned homes shaving systems, walking through the woods looking for moss, man, or big sports or while. I never went to where Cuba topper would be bought. It was still fun to read about. Things like that fascination Swiss your foes the twilight zone. Sci-fi television was more alien phenomenon. Then new recipes life night ninety three with the exiles files launched uptight all of those things together. I want show where you had you also allergy cereal allergy crypto zoology, and spirituality spiritual warfare. So and so forth. It just really kind of made it click for me that. Let's take a break right now before we get into some more details about the book and your work. And then we'll take your phone calls too at eight four four six eight seven seven six six nine Jason J V beyond reality radio. We'll be back after this..
"vincent price" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Tell you alive. So anyway, I just wanted to say we were talking about what we watch on TV. I watch Turner classic movies a lot because I find it refreshing an innocent, usually not always. But tonight, for example, at eight o'clock tonight, they're playing the house of wax starring Vincent Price. Vincent Price in the house of wax. You wanna talk about a classic horror film. Classic. I tell you Vincent Price in the house of wax. Unbelievable. I I really don't like horror films today are usually I'll let me get to the chase evil. There's something about them, which is not the appropriate. I would never say to somebody. Oh, check. It out. Scary today is too scary. It's like bad scary. But the scary of you know, when you're watching the Bowery boys when Sach gets spooked by. A midget in a Cape jumping out of a piece of furniture. That's the kind of classic comedy spook stuff that I'm talking more like candid camera, right or when the three stooges, you know, something happens and like. That's the that's the kind of stuff I'm talking about. So nothing really horrible the other day. I saw Charles Lawton on Turner classic movies in the island of Dr Moreau. I've spoken about that on this program. It's a it's a great work of fiction classic work of fiction by h g wells and the island of Dr Moreau was turned into movie called the island of lost souls in nineteen three starring Charles Lawton as the economists doctor, okay? And it was actually really scary. It was kind of pre code, and it was so it was kind of it was just kind of scary. But I thought that's about as scary as I wanna get you know, it wasn't horrific. I would say to people don't ever watch. The exorcist you'll regret it was when it came out a friend of mine blacked out watching the screen. He said at one point he wasn't. He couldn't see anything on the screen was so scared right now. But people think that's funny. They're looking for thrills. Yeah. I want to say evil is real which is why this is no joke, right? In other words, if if you get into the stuff too seriously. It. It can be very very bad. You have to be very careful of what you let your is taking you can never it. I remember jokes from fifty years ago that I saw on TV or an image that I saw on TV. I remember an S troop episode a garn, and and Sarge were we're gonna ride into the camp to the reservation wasn't reservation was to the camp. Right. And the Sarge says to a garn played by Larry Storch. Of course, the Sarge played by Forrest. Tucker says to a garden a garden. You're not as dumb as everybody says, and they cut to the next scene. And now they're getting off their horses at the cowboy camp, and as a guard gets off the horse. He says who says I'm dumb. It's a dumb joke. Yeah. And it happened fifty years ago, and I took it in. There's a there's a thousand things like that that I took in as a kid what you take into your brain. Especially when you're young for good and for ill. It'll stay there. So I wanna say to people watching release scary movies. I'm warning. You don't do it. And you can say, well, I'm just I'm telling you. All right. We're gonna we're gonna go to a break where we're alive on the Eric Metaxas. Show on this Halloween. We're going to be right back or taking your calls..
"vincent price" Discussed on Doughboys
"Toy who there you go? I do. Oddly have kind of Vincent Price laugh. It kind of works that was from Chad handcock well, done. Man just wanted to say, I love the by guys. It's my VERA. Keep up the great work. Anyway, here's a drop. Inspire recent llahu episode with Elisa Skinner. She's one of my favorite EPs. Thank you, Chad, Hancock at you tried debt. That's right. That was me laughing maniacally. When you confess that you were afraid that you're Mickey doll was going to come to life when I was a child. Mickey Mouse or Dolan's. Mickey Rourke, oddly. Yeah. Vicky work doll as a child. Harley-Davidson in the mar. Figurine nine and a half weeks was, was he in that? I don't know. I don't know. Yeah, I just know basing her and she got a cracked on her. I know you can leave your hat on. Is that a thing. The thing you do. Mitch's today I leave it on for the pod. It's my, it's my look, oh, God, I'm afraid to. It covers. It covers up exposed brain. I don't have a Frankenstein. Expose brain of pregnancy, doesn't have a Frankenstein expose who does have an exposed brain. Good question. What's his name in Hannibal radio to to Hannibal? I almost I tried to get almost got really for the podcast. Well, most I'm doing a lot of work there. You thought about sitting in Email to a publicist, let's do. Sorry. Did I did send an Email to? All right, okay. I did send an Email to Should've giving. given you more credit to say about our. I guess he puts the in dober- blessed. Come on y'all. Nervous right. Feel over. Roasted me? No, I'm not gonna roast you spring fan. He's being very nice. Our guest is the host of comedy, bang, bang, and three them. I two of able now and.
"vincent price" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"To you whenever we can. And in the past we've done Vincent Price reading the raven. And that's Edgar Allan Poe's. Epic poem had a great reading from Walt Whitman's pioneer pioneer. We heard a great reader read parts and excerpts of Thomas pains. Great sense. Emerson self reliance. And of course, we heard Robert frost read Robert frost, and there's nothing like hearing Robert frost read his own work. And today, we bring you a short story by Ernest Hemingway entitled a days weight, and it's read by actor Stacy Keach. It was first published in Hemingway's nineteen thirty three short story collection winner take nothing about a nine year old boy who sick during a cold winter. He came into the room to shut the windows while we were still in bed. And I saw he looked do. He was shivering. His face was white and you walk slowly as low as eight to move. What's the matter shots? I've got a headache. You better go back to bed normal. Right. You go to bed. I'll see you when I'm dressed. But when I came downstairs he was dressed sitting by the fire looking very sick and miserable boy of mine years. When I put my hand on his forehead. I knew he had a fever you go up to bed. I said you're sick. I'm alright he said when the doctor came you took the boys temperature, what is it? I asked him one hundred two. Downstairs the doctor have three different medicines in different colored capsules with instructions for giving them one was to bring down the fever. Another purgatory of the third to overcome an acid condition. The germs have influenza can only exist in acid condition. He explained you seem to know all about influence there was nothing to worry about if the fever did not go above one hundred and four degrees. This was a light epidemic of flu. And there was no danger. If you avoided an ammonia. Back in the room. I wrote the boys temperature down and made a note of the time to give the various capsules you want me to read to you. All right. If you want to so the boy his face was very white, and there were dark areas under his eyes. He lay still in the bed and seemed very detached from what was going on. I read aloud from Howard pyle's book of pirates. But I could see he was not following what I was reading. How do you feel shots? I asked him just the same. So far, he said. I sat at the foot of the bed and read to myself while I waited for it to be time to give another capsule. It would have been natural for him to go to sleep. But when I looked up he was looking at the foot of the bed looking very strangely. Why don't you try to go to sleep? I wake you up for the medicine. I'd rather stay awake. After a while. He said to me me don't have to stay in here. With me Papa if it bothers you doesn't bother me. No. I mean, you don't have to stay. It's going to bother you. I thought she was a little light headed and after giving him the prescribed capsules at eleven o'clock. I went out for a while. It was a bright cold day the ground covered with the sleep that in frozen. So that it seemed as if all the bare trees the bushes, the cut brush and all the grass and the bare ground had been varnished with ice. I took the young Irish setter for a little walk up the road and along a frozen creek. But it was difficult to stand or walk on the glassy surface and the red dog slipped and slithered, and I felt twice hard once dropping my gun and having it slide away over the is we flushed a Covey of quail under a high clay Bank with overhanging brushing I killed two. They went out of sight over the top of the Bank, some of the Covey Lipton trees, but most of them scattered into brush piles, and it was necessary to jump on the ice coated mounds of brush several times before they would flush coming out while you were poised unsteadily on the ICU springy brush they made difficult shooting. And I killed two missed five started back pleased to a found a Covey close to the house and happy. There were so many left to find on another day. At the house. They said the boy had refused to let anyone come into the room. You can't come in. You said you mustn't get what I have. I went up to him and found him in exactly the position I had left him Whiteface. But with the tops of his cheeks flushed with fever staring still as he had stared at the foot of the bed. I took his temperature. What is it something like one hundred? I said there's one hundred two and four tenths of one hundred two he said who said so the doctor your temperature is. All right. I said it's nothing to worry about why don't worry you should. But I can't keep from thinking. Don't think I said just take it easy. I'm taking it easy. He said, look straight ahead. He was evidently holding tight onto himself about something. Take this with water. Do you think it will do any good? Of course, it will. I sat down and opened the pirate book and commenced to read. But I could see he was not following. So I stopped. About what time do you think I'm going to die? He asked. What about how long will it be before? I die. You weren't going to die. What's the matter with you? Yes, I am. I heard him say one hundred and two people don't die with a fever of one hundred and two that's a silly way to talk. I know they do at school in France. The boys told me you can't live with forty four degrees. I've got one hundred and two he'd been waiting to die all day ever since nine o'clock in the morning. You poor shots. I said poor old shots. It's like miles and kilometers. You aren't going to die. That's a different thermometer on that thermometer. Thirty seven is normal on this kind of ninety eight you. Sure, absolutely. I said it's like miles of collaborators, you know, like how many we make when we do seventy miles in the car. He said. But his gaze at the foot of the bed. Relax, slowly, the holdover himself relaxed to finally and the next day was very slack. And he cried.
"vincent price" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Vincent price took the cardboard cutout this he's like he he he didn't pay me money he gave me this like this this is a big thing so vincent price like this so here's what here's what he did vincent price took this this payment that michael jackson seemed thought it was suitable that vincent price should get for the work he did on thriller he so he gives them this cardboard cutout of himself so vincent price takes it he puts it in the hallway of his house and put candles all around it and made it into a shrine and whenever anybody came in to visit vincent price they had to pay tribute to the michael jackson shrine this a true story from the mouth of his from the from the mouth of his daughter victoria a fantastic story what am i yeah go ahead number two sledgehammer peter gabriel classic yup number three hungry like the wolf duran duran another great one these are all legendary by a personal favorite freeze rains jay got yeah yeah well you gotta have to michael jackson videos in the top five how about the one that introduced to the milwaukee billie jean billie jean i will mention land of confusion genesis we claymation figure with the puppets spitting image puppets yeah okay all right john thanks man there you go land of confusion they had the there was a show dan do you remember land of confusion video genesis video i do not it was they had their should political puppet show with these sort of distorted weird looking puppets yeah in britain it was called spitting image and they hired those guys to make puppets of genesis and of reagan and of you know and the nets what the video was it was the spitting image puppets desserts a pretty classic video and they've got a very distinct look like you know as soon as you see the pumps like all that set from that british puppet show and that was considered a pretty a pretty much a classic i'm glad you mentioned hungry like the wolf that video rules although i gotta say i prefer rio but yeah hungry like the wolf is classic sledge.
"vincent price" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A little bit more for the work i did on this considering that you know i was paid five hundred dollars and so instead of so here's what michael jay here's what michael jackson bit instead of sending him a cheque because i mean michael jackson had more money than god instead of sending vincent price check he he sent over to vincent prices house a lifesize cardboard cutout of him of michael jackson as payment so like vincent price gets the split he's like what what is this what the hell is this she but that was like pie but you know he wrote a little note hey sorry here's here's you can have this he said vincent price a lifesize cardboard cutout of himself of michael jackson so praise this is what price did with it vincent would put it in people would come and visit he would put it at the end of his hallway when he went in his house and he put candles all around it as though what we're trained by objects them and whenever vincent price head visitors he would make people bowed to the tri comms x is house earthly gotti got five hundred dollars he did it in one take you get five hundred dollars and he had of any got a cardboard cutout of michael jackson that's by one of my favorite stories in victoria obviously victoria pairs victoria preference she price does it much better so anyway all right let's see beginnings answer another question jeff and we got in this is for everybody to eat seven seven three area code in the '70s i believe carotene played a wounded civil soldier a civil war soldier hides in a barn involves six sisters of age oh no doubt okay i'm already it's not carotene by the way you know what this is jeff they add a female sisters that age they range in age from like seventy eighteen and a woman who find him they cut off his leg do you.
"vincent price" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And the eisenhower vincent price did the creepy rap song in there yeah i was reading all about john nab vincent price who he's radio shows he when they asked him to do this creepy our wrap thank he came any nailed it first time but they gave him headphones um he was what and they're like yeah these launch use these when you when you do it and he was doing it and talking and he's like i can't i can't use these headphones i can't i to hear my i don't want to hear myself doing it because you went beyond the golden age of radio they would stay around stand around the microphones they didn't have headphones light so they need he was used to wearing we all where you know we talked about here cells and it seems normal to us right well bath while nothing seen as normal to does we're not completely normal were not normal as but yeah i thought it was really is kinda interesting i was like i can't do it with a thought take these off take these up so he did the that whole thing you nailed it first time but without the headphones kissair what did he say little crabs there these these have and you know vents a price played the envisaged a movie and by the invisible man refused the job offer did you know that job just kgb gene saw in this hour it is timing is improving its skated improving i like it i am i do some stand up at the at the law it will vasquez could be the stand up and we could do a onetwo punch you know had outlined go up there warm up the audience for she comes up uh name he could yeah all right in this hour hall of fantasy with carol grayson who was the voice of cheers each creature features you were to sean i grew up with that i used to watch and the guy on wgn channel nine yeah and i it was uh it was so scary on o'clock or 1030 they might have been ten third i thought it was really lay i think it was sent thirty and that was for ninety minutes been they would have a like a 60minute movie like a seventy movie they would have the wolfman of frankenstein and.