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"wayne pearson" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

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"wayne pearson" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Year old Larry Wayne Pearson to the worst torture of all keeping him tied up in his basement for over six weeks straight. During that time Pearson's psyche deteriorated as he became increasingly hopeless and desperate to escape at one point while they're della was raping Him Pearson fought back biting rebels. As hard as he could in retaliation. Bir. Della Killed Pearson before driving to the emergency room for medical care. But even sustaining such a severe wound didn't prevent Burr della from seeking out another victim nothing could curb his sadistic desire. So on March twenty, ninth nineteen, Eighty, eight, he kidnapped sex worker Christopher Bryson, his seventh victim. Bryson was beaten and tortured like all the others Burr Della injected dray no and other caustic chemicals directly into his vocal cords to prevent him from screaming. He also swabbed Bryson's is with ammonia trying to blind him. For some reason Badilla considered Bryson more trustworthy than his other captives after a few days he moved Bryson from the basement to the second floor of his home. He agreed to adjust the knots that bound his hands. These changes gave Bryce and the confidence to attempt an escape after two days of torture for Dylan left him alone in the house tied to his bed and wearing only a dog collar. As soon as Bryson, heard the car pull out of the driveway, he started looking for a way out he was tied tightly but for Doa had left a book of matches barely within his reach. After streaming against the ropes Bryson was able to grab the matches and carefully all one out. With some careful maneuvering. Bryson. And struck the match and tried to burn through the bindings on his hands after several tries at last, Bryson was free. He staggered to the second floor window. He was week from days of torment and his voice was shot from the chemicals. Burr della had injected into his throat. He didn't trust himself to make down the stairs and worried his captor could return at any minute he had to jump. Bryson left from the window and fell hard onto the concrete below he shattered a bone in his foot but managed to stay conscious and stand up through the pain. When he spotted a meter reader down the block, he hobbled over to the man begging for help the meter reader alerted the police and Robert for Delo was arrested soon afterward on December nineteenth nineteen, eighty eight, he was sentenced to five concurrent life sentences in prison without.

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"wayne pearson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:53 min | 2 months ago

"wayne pearson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Okay. Dr. Silicate, Karen eyes going to jump in here. Can you've been very patient. Karen's come from Newton. Karen, you're on with Wayne Peters. Marie on OK, just say that Well, let me just say one thing before about Bette Midler. You know, you called her lush ship lounge singer. She realized she had this incredible Broadway with surgeons as Hello, Dolly. She won a Tony Award in 2018. I know I was taking a shot at a can give me a break. I don't know what she had to say was Abysmal. What? Just say where 2 30 ist 2019. I was driving down. Come and Park Parkway. I was running late, I video class of a 15. It was like a clock. And then Oh, my God! I saw this. This eagle flying like, Oh, my God! The bald eagle. It was an existential experience. It it all to hell. Thermite. My feeling about humanity but to see about the eagle in flight with was mesmerizing and already I'm intrigued by Raptors. I love Raptor. And then the young and white Ben Franklin didn't win. This is okay. So there's spring like I was driving down Route nine in a tick, and I saw this wrapped. His body goes like well, so they are Such incredible creatures. And Rachel Carson's selling spring had a big impact on me, Um It had a big impact on the bald eagle population. I guess not only here, but all over the country, Karen That's right, and not just bald eagles. I mean, there were a lot of other bird species that were I believe that I would see a bald eagle in my lifetime and here No, it's called going flight. It was like a golfer getting a hole in one and then the next year doing it again. It's like how lucky can you be? Hey, Karen, I am past my break here. I should have taken it because Normally we have more time, but I can act 1 20 in that's fine. I just It was just it was revelatory experience just to this bald eagle. Let me just put that way there enough. Well, hopefully, you'll see more because of the work of folks like Wayne Pearson on DH what they have done here in Massachusetts. So You could say thank you to Wayne. For those two existentially. I will thank you for all the bald eagles and all the people that worked very hard to sort of get their populations restored. I'm attracted to terrible very well may see more eagles because increasingly they are around. And you can often find them in places that you would not expect to see them. So that's how much does a fully grown eagle way at this point, and what's their wingspan? They weigh anywhere from about 8 £15 there, their wings spread again. Females are larger than males so that the wait is within that range. Females are going to be heavy that bails. They're 6.5 to 7 FT Wing spread. And they're about 3. Ft. Long. I mean, they're big bird. They really are on this slide is is incredible. Karen, as always, Thank you so much. Great. Great to hear your voice. Okay. Thanks. Ah, a little comment on Bette Midler. But I still think she deserved the shot that I gave her a winner. Later. Good night. Take very quick break my guess. Wayne Peterson. Hey, is the director of the Massachusetts important Bird Area program? We're going to try to get to as many people as we can here. If you're on the line, please stay there. Be patient. Wayne's going to take your calls and answer your questions. And I still haven't got to the idea of banding people actually climb up into these trees. They volunteers. They obviously they're professionals in the sense that they know what they're doing, But they volunteers or the government of all of them are our mess chooses wildlife staff. Your staff, your staff. No mass wildlife, Mass wildlife. Okay, so they were state workers, but they go up and they put a small band with a tracking device. Well, it's a little more complex than that. If you have to take a break, do it. Then I'll explain more detail. Coming back with Wayne Peterson. That's we call a tease and radio coming right back or nightside nightside with danwei. Until you BZ Boston's NewsRadio incontinence products. We get it. You don't want to buy him in the store, and you certainly don't want to stand there in the.

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"wayne pearson" Discussed on Murder Minute

Murder Minute

10:34 min | 8 months ago

"wayne pearson" Discussed on Murder Minute

"After breaking his hands with an iron rod and five days of Electrical Shocks Pearson became submissive to Roberts physical and sexual abuse to reward him for the submission rubber decided to move Pearson upstairs and promised him that as long as he continued to cooperate. He wouldn't torture him as severely as he had basement. According to Robert by his Sixth Week in Captivity Pearson was so afraid of Robert returning him to the basement that he had trained himself to sleep without moving. But at the end of the Sixth Week Larry Pearson broke. He bit hard into Robert Byrd Villas peanuts and shouted that he couldn't take it anymore. Robert Padilla bludgeoned him unconscious and suffocated him. He's in rushed himself to the hospital to receive medical treatment for his wounds and unbelievably filed an assault report stating that. A man named way repairs had bitten his penis during oral sex. He then returned to dismember Larry's body in the basement and buried him in the backyard. It was the following year on March. Twenty Ninth Nineteen Eighty Eight. That Robert Della abducted twenty two year old Christopher Bison the victim who would lead to his capture by the time. Bryson leapt from his second story window. Kansas city's male prostitutes had already learned to steer clear umbrella. Police discovered that the transient community had long suspected. That Robert was behind the disappearances of Jerry. How and James Ferris Roberts penchant for drugging and torturing his sexual partners and preying on young transient men may have been news to Roberts. Neighbors say were already well. Aware police began the difficult task of identifying the men in the hundreds of Polaroid's found in Robert thome determining whether they were dead or alive and if alive tracking them down six victims were confirmed dead and identified many of the other young men in the pictures of former launchers at the house. One of these Freddie Kellogg was identified and located by Investigators Cologne confirmed to detectives that he and several other young men had stayed at the House with Robert Burr Della since the early eighties Robert Wood dose. His Lodger with drugs have sex with them and photograph them whether they consented or not of the twenty six or twenty seven. Different men identified in the photos. All were counted for except to in late April. Dental records confirmed that the skull found in Roberts closet was that of Robert Sheldon. The skull in the backyard was identified using the same method. It was Larry Wayne Pearson on July Twenty Second Nineteen Eighty eight Robert Junior was charged with the murder of Larry Wayne Pearson in August. He pleaded guilty. The judge insisted that Robert rebel confess under oath. Robert Podesta stated quote. I put a plastic bag over his head and tied up with rope and allowed him to suffocate when asked if he performed this act deliberately and with malice aforethought for Della simply stated. Yes Robert diller. Junior was sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole a second guilty plea on August twenty fourth earned rubber Dell a further life term without parole for one charge of forcible sodomy and one charge of felonious restraint against escaped victim Christopher Bryson just before Christmas on December nineteenth as part of a plea deal to avoid the death penalty Robert. Brunello returned to court and confessed to the other five killings Robert Sheldon. Twenty-three Jerry Howell Nineteen Mark Wallace Twenty Walter Ferris Twenty five and Todd stoops twenty five in total Robert. Bella received six life sentences in his confessions Robert. Pernilla claimed the movie he had. I seen way back in nineteen sixty five. The collector had made a significant impression on him. After killing his first victim and the initial senses of shock and disgust. He claimed to felt the film had resurfaced in his memory as a motivating psychological force once he had chosen to render his victims captive. They lost any degree of humanity. In Robert Podesta's is he talked about. Having certain dark fantasies that came to life said Albert Reader Jackson County Prosecutor. Following the court hearing. He felt abused or misused. By certain people including some of the victims there was revenge or getting control of these people. Robert Verdel crimes went on to inspire movies books. And even songs a local radio. Host wrote a parody song called. They call me. Bobadilla said to the tune of the nineteen sixty six hit mellow yellow. The song was played on local radio stations which gave out prizes to listeners. Showed up to events wearing dog colors. Robert Dila complained about the media coverage in his only recorded interview on January. Second Nineteen eighty-nine not long after a drug arrest partly the local radio stations to them. At least were running. Bumper DELLA PARODY SONG. And we're asking people to come to parties wearing dog collars. Well I think. The newspaper article reported that even the families of victims were upset by the song. I have never had a chance to hear also been. I came into jail that the Fox radio station had run the pro-moscow giving prizes to listeners. If they showed up at the station in a dog collar and with a leash the people here. In the institution the correctional officers caseworker even the psychiatrist or I think surprised to find out that it did upset you very much. Donald you're sitting here is a man who's GonNa spend the rest of his life in prison with confessed to murder of six young men in this sedan crimes that horrified the city and much of the country. You've confessed to various degrees. Felonious restraint drugging people sexually abusing and torturing them killing dismembering. And until. Now you've refused all interviews so in light of all those facts I have to ask you. Why are you here? What is it you have to say to us? What is it you want to say about yourself in this case? Well I've had the media clamoring to get interviews with me and after I made my last please. I wanted to get at least part of my side of out. I've found it very hard to find the way to do that. In Kansas City the media has so biased my case portraying me as being nonunion and their motivation is no separate from what the way. I treated my victims. I treated them with something less than human nothing more than a play toy or play object. This is what the media has done to me. It's to humanize me so it can that we along with the public things like human sacrifice set satanism. Demonic practices are more believable than being a neighbor. Next door reached a point where he could do monstrous acts. That's not the same thing is bigger monster in prison. Robert Byrd Ella road dozens of letters accusing the prison officials of abuse claiming that authorities either delayed or outright denied giving him his needed heart medication on October Eighth. Nineteen ninety-two Robert Byrd ellas. Life sentence was cut short when he died in Missouri State Penitentiary of a heart attack. He was forty three. This has been murder minute for true crime anytime. Download the murder minute APP or follow us on Instagram at murder minute..

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"wayne pearson" Discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"wayne pearson" Discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

"British former three champion twice cart champion Indy, five hundred winner winner in sports cars, and Nick fact, from salmonella in here, I think probably one of the only racing drivers who won their last race. Retired came back one loss, race and retired. It's gonna come up with. Guys. Jackie Stewart's one of your mentors. He retired. Twice. Yeah. Well, I it's funny, you know, when I retard the first time I call Jackie, you know, suggested just wanna to let you know that. Let's it. I'm gonna stop. He's like a second of silence. He goes, hold. Are you? Some thirty five. He goes, you're lasted one more year than I did. Not to, to sort of kick. Things off wants to rewind right back to your your early days, and they were obviously you went karting and you were on your car kind of in the evenings. Where did the love of motorsport come from? I came from. Caller family of liberal professionals. You know. So, you know, my, my grandfather was a doctor. You know, my uncle's a doctor had another ankles geologist you're the one was a communist and, but my dad was an engineer, you know, my had another uncle who was an engineer actually, the both worked for four more company, and, and I think everyone even my grandfather that I remember, you know, going around some Paul on the back of his motorbike when I was, you know, whatever is six seven years old and a million miles an hour, you know. So I guess everybody loved cars, and bikes and engines, and vehicles, and so on. So at home, we didn't really talk about football or politics. So the, the culture was all about cars race. Seeing engines mechanical things, and so on, and so forth, and that's the culture I, I grew up in, and I guess from a young age as early as I can remember I was either playing with cars or pretending that I was driving, or pretending that I was building a car or are building car. Doing that kind of thing. I mean when you six or seven years old as well Emerson Fittipaldi was just starting to make a name for himself. Was that was that was that an inspiration as well? Look, I guess this. You don't my memories bit. So. So, so hard for me to remember, his is actually how I felt when I was that age, you know, but I do remember, you know, the family sort of gathering around and, and watching Formula, one racist, you know, as I became a little bit older. Also the became a little bit more aware of, of Emerson, you know, and, and what he was doing and, and Formula one. And certainly when I got to whatever eleven you know, nine ten eleven years old, you know, they're my ability to read in and retaining formation increased. You know, you start to sort of consume a lot more. A lot more information you know. And that's that was the late seventies that one that I had was he was always into into racing. You know in, in Brazil, and I remember going to raise. And stuff. So, and I slowly sort of got introduced an inserted into into the into the sport. And I, I wanted to, to raise a thing, whatever nine I think it was like eleven years old. But I, I don't know. Maybe I don't think we had the means you know, I don't remember exactly, you know, my, my father's career was still in the beginning. You know, we were a young family, but yeah, I remember late. Seventies early early eighties. Mean being glued to the TV. I got told off last time for not asking readers questions. I'm just gonna go ahead. It's a it's a fool who gets told off twice. So this one's from Wayne Pearson's, we're talking about your career, and he wants to know just how tough with a nine hundred eighty eight eighty nine UK Formula Ford sixteen hundred championships, and who is.

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"wayne pearson" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"wayne pearson" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"To the immune system in several in Arctic bases in our two guys amount. And so some of the interior bases like south pole station or concordia you get this sleep. Alterations, the security and lost this twenty four hour darkness. And you also have a persistent hyperbaric poxy a- coastal an Arctic winner over you have a normal environment, but you also have that extreme environment. And so yes, in flight sleep is important. It can affect the immune system and these are the tools we would look us to look at this phenomenon on the ground and Arctic. Oh, wow, I, I mean, if I was going to go to Antarctica, I'd probably choose the twenty four hour light that would probably make me feel better. They have that during the summer. Yeah. And then you get to the winner. They get the twenty four. I don't know why you'd sign up for the NRT winter trip, but how long are they staying there to to really get enough data to to understand this circadian change crews performing a winner over in Antarctica in most of the bases. The typical mission Gration is about a year that makes it a fantastic ground-based spaceflight analog where we want a pro- prolong mission duration. So the the year is dictated by the calendar year. Generally during the summer period in art ago, you have resupply of these basis, crew swaps happen. And then the last cruise leave for the winner over period and the crews do their one year duration with the middle of the NRT winner being the three months or so of twenty four hour darkness. Do we have enough data to understand what's happening to the immune system because of these sleep studies were are? Is there still a lot that we'd still need to look into? Well, we've been if you're asking me about Antarctica, yes, we're, we're learning more. People have been looking at the reactivation of latent herpes viruses, which is a nice biomarker for immune dis- regulation in entered a winner over and during spaceflight for decades docked. Wayne Pearson, an Esa was one of the pioneers for using viral DNA in saliva as a biomarker for immune dis- regulation. But more recently studies I mentioned with with our European collaborators are helping us to really define comprehensively what happens to the immune system during Antarctic winner over. And so a lot of the same essays that we use to characterize immune changes in astronauts have non is s we simply translate those essays to Antarctica and employ them there. And it gives us a very nice flight to ground comparison right. What's interesting is the different ways you have to change things to implement studies in these two different locations. And so for spaceflight, it's very difficult to take our laboratory there or or get a lot of crew time to do a lot of processing these samples. So we'll draw blood sample. We'll bring it back to earth and we can get ambient blood sample in our hands and about thirty seven hours that was collected during spaceflight Fran Arctic winner over you don't have a rapid return for samples like this, and so you have to, but you do have the ability to deploy a little more equipment and so it concordia station in particular, we deployed flow Saitama, tres various sample processing apparatus, and we'll have the crews do a little more remote processing samples during their winter over activities. What we're chasing the same data flight to ground comparison is very important for validating ground based analog, which is a nice tool to help you understand what's happening during flight, and also a nice location then you can probably use. Test your countermeasures, right? Yeah, there's a lot of other Bill watt of other research going onto. That's you. You use the word analogue this. That's these sort of studies where you're putting them in a in an environment. That's, you know, it's not like you're taking a vacation. I wouldn't call that a vacation at all, but you're really just putting him in this environment early understand what is like in this in these hostile environments in article is one of them. There's another one called Mars, five hundred to what's happening there are we are we doing similar studies Mars. Five hundred is a very interesting spaceflight Annalong that's happening in Russia at the institute for by medical problems in Moscow..

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"wayne pearson" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"wayne pearson" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"To the immune system in several in Arctic bases in our two guys amount. And so some of the interior bases like south pole station or concordia you get this sleep. Alterations, the security and lost this twenty four hour darkness. And you also have a persistent hyperbaric poxy a- coastal an Arctic winner over you have a normal environment, but you also have that extreme environment. And so yes, in flight sleep is important. It can affect the immune system and these are the tools we would look us to look at this phenomenon on the ground and Arctic. Oh, wow, I, I mean, if I was going to go to Antarctica, I'd probably choose the twenty four hour light that would probably make me feel better. They have that during the summer. Yeah. And then you get to the winner. They get the twenty four. I don't know why you'd sign up for the NRT winter trip, but how long are they staying there to to really get enough data to to understand this circadian change crews performing a winner over in Antarctica in most of the bases. The typical mission Gration is about a year that makes it a fantastic ground-based spaceflight analog where we want a pro- prolong mission duration. So the the year is dictated by the calendar year. Generally during the summer period in art ago, you have resupply of these basis, crew swaps happen. And then the last cruise leave for the winner over period and the crews do their one year duration with the middle of the NRT winner being the three months or so of twenty four hour darkness. Do we have enough data to understand what's happening to the immune system because of these sleep studies were are? Is there still a lot that we'd still need to look into? Well, we've been if you're asking me about Antarctica, yes, we're, we're learning more. People have been looking at the reactivation of latent herpes viruses, which is a nice biomarker for immune dis- regulation in entered a winner over and during spaceflight for decades docked. Wayne Pearson, an Esa was one of the pioneers for using viral DNA in saliva as a biomarker for immune dis- regulation. But more recently studies I mentioned with with our European collaborators are helping us to really define comprehensively what happens to the immune system during Antarctic winner over. And so a lot of the same essays that we use to characterize immune changes in astronauts have non is s we simply translate those essays to Antarctica and employ them there. And it gives us a very nice flight to ground comparison right. What's interesting is the different ways you have to change things to implement studies in these two different locations. And so for spaceflight, it's very difficult to take our laboratory there or or get a lot of crew time to do a lot of processing these samples. So we'll draw blood sample. We'll bring it back to earth and we can get ambient blood sample in our hands and about thirty seven hours that was collected during spaceflight Fran Arctic winner over you don't have a rapid return for samples like this, and so you have to, but you do have the ability to deploy a little more equipment and so it concordia station in particular, we deployed flow Saitama, tres various sample processing apparatus, and we'll have the crews do a little more remote processing samples during their winter over activities. What we're chasing the same data flight to ground comparison is very important for validating ground based analog, which is a nice tool to help you understand what's happening during flight, and also a nice location then you can probably use. Test your countermeasures, right? Yeah, there's a lot of other Bill watt of other research going onto. That's you. You use the word analogue this. That's these sort of studies where you're putting them in a in an environment. That's, you know, it's not like you're taking a vacation. I wouldn't call that a vacation at all, but you're really just putting him in this environment early understand what is like in this in these hostile environments in article is one of them. There's another one called Mars, five hundred to what's happening there are we are we doing similar studies Mars. Five hundred is a very interesting spaceflight Annalong that's happening in Russia at the institute for by medical problems in Moscow..

Antarctica Fran Arctic concordia station Wayne Pearson Annalong Moscow Saitama Russia twenty four hour thirty seven hours three months one year