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"william martin" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"william martin" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Help match people up somehow tech report Larry Olson NBC news radio on Saturday there will be two areas across the nation where we could see accumulating snow one of those areas central and northern New England especially in the state of Maine and parts of the higher terrain of northern New Hampshire the other area where snow is on the map on Saturday North Dakota snow and ice likely there most of the Atlantic coast line from New York to Dover Delaware and south along the Virginia North Carolina and South Carolina because lines dry on Saturday partly sunny skies for the Midwest and into the Ohio Tennessee and Missouri valley's look for showers for South Dakota and into western Minnesota a few showers in South Texas and in northern Florida dry in the west on Saturday some sun San Diego near seventy four Sacramento hot ninety to ninety five with sunshine and it will be in the eighties for much of the northwest the Rockies and into Big Sky country fifties and sixties with clouds mixing with some sunshine that's your national weather forecast Mike Ellis NBC news radio the tri state will have plenty of sunshine during the day highs today will top out in the mid fifties and as we go into the night look for clouds to move back into the region as we drop to forty degrees from severe weather station on nine first warning meteorologist Austin Winfield newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. it happened seventy one years ago today the birth in the Bronx New York of one William Martin Joel Billy Joel seventy one share drive full I told them that and now thank you he is chomping at the bit to get back to his monthly residency at Madison Square Garden that selling that out for how many years she's rock and roll hall of Famer ninety nine songwriter hall of Famer in nineteen ninety two Billy Joel all was one of my favorites as a songwriter and his songs we're almost there almost to lend themselves to being we did put on a musical really good widely unsuccessful but all of his songs you can imagine being in a musical play or movie it tells a great story good stuff Saturday may ninth twenty twenty Jerry Jeff Walker seven twenty three or so after the hour with just so much going on in the re openings in Ohio and some not quite as quickly coming in Kentucky and you know what the Kentucky death toll and.

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"william martin" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

10:20 min | 1 year ago

"william martin" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"A Spanish fishermen the only one out on the water. That early came across the body. It was badly decomposed like it had been in the water for several days. But even more remarkable. The corpse wore a full military uniform and had a black attache case chained to his waist realizing the dead man was clearly someone important. The fishermen immediately alerted the police based on the papers found in his pockets and wallet. The police identified the man as Major William Martin of the Royal Marines. They contacted the local British representative Francis Hazelton to let them know that one of his soldiers was in their custody hazelden authorized martens internment. His body was practically falling apart after so much time. At Sea the final order of business was the black case found chain around his waist. Clearly he was some kind of military courier delivering important wartime correspondence together. The Spanish authorities and Hazelden opened the briefcase inside was a single letter addressed to General Harold Alexander the senior British officer into Nesia rather than assume responsibility of the letter himself hazelden insisted that the Spanish authorities pass it along the proper channels. The letter the briefcase and all of major Martin's personal effects should be shipped to headquarters in Madrid but a few days later higher ups in London reached out hazelden needed to recover the attache case and its contents immediately. It was a matter of national security. Hazelden hurried back to the police and wealth but they'd already sent the case to the capital so he scrambled to catch up to it chasing the letter across the country but he wasn't the only one aware of major Martin's demise and someone else beat Hazelden to the punch even though Spain was technically neutral party during World War Two. The Franco regime was sympathetic to the axis. 'cause there were several well-placed Nazi spies in the country and when they realized how badly the Brits wanted the letter major Martin carried. They saw an opportunity to help the Germans before hazelden could reach Madrid. A Spanish officer intercepted the letter using a small metal rod. The message was carefully extracted from the envelope. Without breaking the Seal Hazelden would carry the envelope all the way back to London without even realizing the information had been lifted the letter marked personal and most secret was a critical piece of intelligence. It laid out the allied forces upcoming invasion plans for weeks. The axis powers have been trying to anticipate where the allied army would strike in southern Europe. Earlier in Nineteen forty-three the Germans had been pushed out of northern Africa. By the allies. It was only a matter of time before those same forces crossed the Mediterranean and confronted the axis armies would wear exactly the allies would make landfall was a matter of debate. One option was Sardinia a small island west of Italy that served as a way point between North Africa and mainland Europe. The allies could potentially use it to set up a bombing operation but it wasn't large enough for substantial numbers of ground forces to mobilize from the neighbouring island to the east. Sicily was better equipped for large troops to gather just off the tip of Italy's BOOT forces. There could still be supported by allied armies in Tunisia but the third option. The one that Hitler himself thought most likely was Greece. He believed that the allies would land in the Peloponnese Peninsula. Then make their way north to the Balkans which was a crucial supplier of raw materials for the German army as the axis leaders debated the most likely scenario. Suddenly the answer washed ashore. The letter major. Martin carried spelled it out plainly. The allies plan to attack both Greece and Sardinia Hitler. Quickly shored up his defenses. He deployed ninety thousand soldiers from France to Greece and prepared for the Allied Strike then on July tenth. Nineteen Forty. Three one hundred sixty thousand. Allied soldiers invaded Sicily. Major William Martin was a plant. He wasn't even a soldier. He was a tool of espionage. Who in death change the course of the war? We'll talk about the conception of operation mincemeat after this now back to the story. On April Thirtieth nineteen forty three. The body of a British military courier washed up on shore in Spain based on the paperwork in his wallet authorities identified him as Major William Martin of the Royal Marines. But this was ally Major William. Martin didn't exist. The dead man was actually glendower. Michael a homeless man who died after ingesting rat poison in London a few months earlier when the coroner examined his body and looked to his family history. He determined that. Glendower was the perfect candidate to enact a far fetched espionage plot he was posthumously. Enlisted and earmarked for operation mincemeat. The entire scheme was inspired by a detective story. The millionaires had mystery written by Basil Thomson in the novel. A deceased man is found carrying several documents. The investigators follow leads based on the papers but it turns out they were forged planted on the body with the intent of leading the police. Astray Future. James Bond Author Ian Fleming was familiar with the book during World War. Two he worked for Naval Intelligence and was tasked with coming up with possible. Counterintelligence scenarios in one memo. He suggested planting forged documents on a dead body. Eventually Operation Mincemeat was born glendower. Michael's body was kept on ice in the morgue while British intelligence officers set the stage for deception agents. You and Montague and Charlie crafted a backstory for Major William Martin. They carefully manufactured pocket litter to stuff his coat and wallet creating the illusion that he was a real person. Cigarettes receipts a notice from his bank. Love letters from his fiancee and an accompanying graph to keep the body fresh. It was placed in a canister filled with dry ice. Once the ice sublimated the carbon dioxide gas pushed out all the oxygen in the chamber effectively making it a vacuum chamber the canister was then transported from London to Spain in a submarine in the early morning. Hours of April thirtieth. The canister was opened and Major. Martin was placed in the water. The crew watched as the waves took him in the direction of the shore. Now all they had to do was wait and see. If they're gambit paid off in early May Winston Churchill received a telegram confirming mincemeat swallowed rod line and sinker in article for the New Yorker author. Malcolm glad well pointed out that several dominoes had to fall for operation. Mincemeat to succeed he wrote. It was an impossibly complex scheme dependent on all matter of unknowns and contingencies. What if whoever found the body didn't notify the authorities. What if the authorities disposed of the matter so efficiently that the Germans never caught wind of it? What if the Germans saw through the ruse but part of operation mincemeat success came from the fact that it played on confirmation bias? Hitler already thought that the allied forces we're going to attack Greece when his spy network brought him a letter confirming what he already believed. It made it all that much easier to accept as fact glad well pointed out that this is an inherent and often overlooked paradox in espionage as a whole he quoted sociologist erving. Goffman writing the more. The Observer relies on seeking out foolproof. Cues the more vulnerable. He should appreciate. He's become the very fact that the observer finds himself looking to a particular bit of evidence as an incorruptible check on what is or might be corrupted. Is the very reason why he should be suspicious. Of this evidence for the best evidence for him is also the best evidence for the subject to tamper with Operation Mincemeat has been labelled as one of the most successful wartime acts of espionage because of the market affected had on the remainder of the war soon after allied forces invaded Sicily Benito. Mussolini was removed from power in Italy. Hitler was forced to redistribute the troops fighting off Russia to southern Europe but without significant access resistance on the eastern front the Red Army advanced into Germany marching all the way to Berlin inspired by a novel operation. Mincemeat is a story truly stranger than fiction but in fact it may have rewritten history..

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"william martin" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

10:32 min | 1 year ago

"william martin" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

"Our world is full of the unexplainable and if history is an open book all of these Amazing Tales. Right there on display just waiting for us to explore. Welcome to the cabinet of curiosities in the town of month fiasco in the in central Italy. There stands a small unassuming Convent Chapel up until nineteen twenty four. It had gone. Relatively unnoticed event. Chapel in small town was nothing special incited however was a secret one discovered by two Italian our dealers named Alfredo Zoli and Romano Policy. Within the chapel was a life sized statue of Madonna and child. It had been carved out of wood and painted by acclaimed. Renaissance artist Giovanni Pisano chiseled in thirteen ten. The sculpture was a rarity as all of his known. Work was done in stone not wood. This piece was literally a one of a kind word about its existence soon. Made it to herald. Parsons who acquired art for the Cleveland. Museum of art in Ohio. He was given a private viewing of the sculpture within the chapel and quickly offered eighteen thousand dollars for it one year later. The museum's curator announced its arrival to the public and that tests were being conducted to verify. Its authenticity to the train die. There was no way it couldn't have been made by. Pizano smooth curves the intricate details. It was all there. The museum x Ray. The sculpture and saw something odd inside nails had been used to hold pieces of it together. But it wasn't the nails themselves that upset the museums experts was how old they were. The nails were brand new. The Madonna sculpture was shipped back to Italy deemed a fake and in its place. The museum purchased a statute that was considerably older. It had been carved in the town of Magna Gracia settled by the ancient Greeks around seven fifty BC. It depicted the Greek Goddess Athena. And though it cost the museum one hundred. Twenty thousand dollars. Its historical significance was priceless for three years museum. Visitors admired the statue getting a firsthand. Look at the incredible talent of the ancient Greek Virtuoso then in nineteen twenty eight the art world ground to a halt like the Madonna and child before the Statue of Athena had been found to be fake in fact many statues and sculptures in museums everywhere had been uncovered as forgeries in. All of them had been made by one man. His name was out show does Cena and he had been born in eighteen. Seventy eight in Cremona Italy. He'd studied art at an Italian trade school. Learning how to copy the works of the masters even from a young age dossier was a talented mimic. And he didn't see school as a place to learn greatness for that's he would need to enter. The professional world took apprenticeship working for art restorers in his hometown as well as in Milan. He traveled from Church to Church throughout Italy repairing real statues and sculptures then in Nineteen. Sixteen though Sina join the military to fight in World War Two. Despite the fighting he never gave up his art. It even managed to find time to make small sculpture of Madonna and child out of terra. Cotta which he took around Rome with him. While on leave for the holidays it was during this time when he met an antiques dealer. Alfredo Zoli Zoli didn't realize the little sculpture was a fake. He thought Oh CENA had stolen it from church maybe during a raid in the small town during the war he wasn't even upset when he realized he paid twelve dollars for a forgery to fully though. Cena would be his meal ticket when the war ended. He went into business with those. Ena churning out modern antiques for over a decade. But the Senate claimed all along that he hadn't done it for the money he'd seen almost none of it except for the price he charged the dealers for each commission while Zoli and policy were raking in millions of dollars. Dossier had made a few hundred dollars per commission enough to live on but a fortune that he deserved. It had no idea. His works were being displayed in museums. All around the world either. The Metropolitan Museum of art in New York City conducted. Its own investigation after buying a bogus sculpture. It's agents eventually unmasked though Cena as the forger visited the artist in a studio where he showcased his works without fear or shame in his eyes he wasn't imitating the Masters. He himself was a master and he believed his sculptures deserve to be displayed alongside. Those of the greats and they soon were. He held exhibitions of his work and France and Germany from nineteen twenty nine to nineteen thirty one. Two of his sculptures can be seen on display at the University of Pittsburgh today despite his wounded reputation. There's no doubt that Al Cheo Donna was talented. Imitator and imitation after all is the sincerest form of flattery. Ooh This episode was made possible by the deadbolt mystery society. Do you consider yourself a connoisseur of murder mysteries. Deal love the thrill of unraveling the clues than the deadbolt mystery. Society is a great way to bring the mystery to life in your own home. It's a monthly subscription box filled with the story line of intriguing characters evidence interviews suspense and Interactive Online components. That bring each story to life. And it's all delivered right to your door the deadbolt mystery society boxes contain standalone stories. So you don't need to have multiple orders to complete your murder. Mystery storyline. Yeah each monthly box is a brand new story just waiting to be solved. Even buzzfeed says it's the closest you'll get fulfilling your dream of being Sherlock Holmes ready to prove your skills self your first mystery box at deadbolt mystery society dot Com. Use the Promo Code Cabinet. Twenty and you'll save twenty percent on your initial subscription that's deadbolt mystery society dot com and Use Promo Code Cabinet Twenty to save twenty percent on your initial subscription deadbolt mystery society DOT COM. Dead Men. Tell no tales. It was a common pirate saying that meant that a dead man couldn't give away any secrets but one man found floating off the coast of Spain during World War. Two at a wild story to tell it would alter the course of the war and turn the tide against the Germans at a crucial time. His name was Major William Martin and he was an officer with the British Royal Marines in late April of nineteen forty-three major Martin and his briefcase were discovered drifting in the ocean by Spanish fishermen. The man took the body to the nearby town of whoever where authorities performed an investigation inside the briefcase found diplomatic cables between Martin and British by Console Francis. Hasson who also happened to reside in town and he could identify the corpse after a quick autopsy which described the cause of death as drowning. Major Martin was buried in a local cemetery with honors in early. May the Spanish navy held onto the briefcase though which should have meant that it was secure from the enemy however as it was being transported to Madrid German sympathizers got their hands on it just long enough to snap a few pictures of what was inside including the encrypted cables. They sent the photos to a top agent within the German Intelligence Agency and that agent pass them on to the head of his agency who stepped in and insisted the Spanish turnover. What they had they agreed to give the documents but not before getting a look at them. I extracted the damp and letters from their envelopes dried them and then took their own photographs. The letters were then placed in salt water overnight and slid back into their envelopes. So it didn't look like anything had been tampered with. The Spanish sent. What information they had onto the Germans while the documents themselves were sent back to hassle than the British vice consul had no idea the enemy new plans and were preparing to defend themselves from an allied invasion an invasion that would march through Greece into the Balkans and overtake German forces. There that July the Germans acted quickly Adolf Hitler and Italian. Fascist leader Benito. Mussolini met to discuss next steps. Hitler insisted that his first Panzer division defend Greece while tens of thousands of German troops were pulled out of Sicily and planted in Sardinia on July tenth of nineteen forty. Three Hitler's forces waited for the allies to arrive in Greece. And they waited and waited until one hundred sixty thousand. Allied troops finally showed up but not in Greece in Sicily over four hundred miles away. The German soldiers there were now sorely. Outnumbered the allied plots known as Operation. Mincemeat had been a trick. There had never been a major William Martin nor any encrypted cables man found off the coast of Spain had been homeless man from Wales who had sadly died from eating rat poison but his body would go on to help win the war against the Germans in a critical way his preserved corpse was taken aboard the HMS Saraf British sub along with a briefcase full of fabricated documents. There were the letters of course which outlined the military plans but he also carried a photograph of a woman reported to be his fiancee bank documents and a receipt for an engagement ring all of which had been included to add authenticity to the invented persona and it had worked. The submarine surfaced off the coast of Spain and lowered the body into the water and everything played out exactly as the British had hoped the deceptive information leaked. Its Way to the Germans who pulled troops out of Sicily leaving it wide open for attack. As a result of the allies retook Sicily from the Germans and Mussalini was stripped of his power. A New Italian government took his place which negotiated a surrender with the allies. An Evil Empire crumbled all. Thanks to one man who never existed in the first place. I hope you've enjoyed today's guided tour of the cabinet of curiosities. Subscribe for free on Apple podcasts or learn more about the show by visiting curiosities. Podcast DOT COM. The show was created by me. Erin Minke in partnership with how stuff works. I make another award. Winning show called. Lor which is a podcast book series and Television. Show and you can learn all about it over at the world of Lore Dot COM. And until next time stay curious..

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"william martin" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"william martin" Discussed on KTOK

"Is super stealth and it's got all these awesome safety features inside of it which is really important to me because nine times at a ten i'm driving around with my son who's three i love this car see dealer for details well the full court reversed itself yesterday and that means that pevec can raise the issue again before the oklahoma court of criminal appeals another day of testimony in the state's opioid trial underway norman here's jacqueline scott the trial is the nation's first major civil case over the opioid crisis the state accuses johnson and johnson of deceptively marketing painkillers and oklahoma and downplaying the risks of addiction johnson and johnson started its case yesterday the retired head of the company's medical affairs group testified that the f._d._a. concluded that the benefits of johnson and johnson's jury fitna patch and set opioid tablets outweighed the risks for properly selected patient a man was shot and killed yesterday in tulsa after leading a highway patrol trooper assigned u._s. marshals task force on pursuit the trooper tried to stop william martin but martin drove off and eventually crashed his pickup truck into a backyard and according to u._s. marshals martin tried to run over officers and shots were fired and he died at the scene police now say missing university of utah student mackenzie luek was murdered salt lake city police chief mike brown said murder and kidnapping charges have been filed against a male suspect and that suspect is being identified as a ula aja luek went missing june seventeenth after a lift driver dropped her off at a park in north salt lake in the middle of the night the ashes of oklahoma astronaut or now in orbit bill pogue died five years ago at the age of eighty four earlier this week his ashes were put on boorda's space rocket along with the ashes of one hundred fifty other people and launched as part of celestis memorial spaceflight the craft will orbit the earth for twenty five years pogue was born in oklahoma he was pilot of the last skylab crew and from the katie okay weather center and the four warn storm team sunny today a high of ninety to a low tonight of seventy one sunny very hot on saturday.

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"william martin" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

09:00 min | 3 years ago

"william martin" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"You know, it's it's a more intimate. You're not being told what you're gonna see you envisioning. And I think jaws is another example of the movie was better than the book. Although it was a great book. He'd eventually is fantastic. But it always surprises me because there's fantastic writers out there. And I've I've read thousands of books in my life guys like William Martin, who's a local guy. Nelson demille should have more movies. He's made one or two things. But his best work has never seen the screen. You know, Dennis Lehane, obviously has had excellent success with film, but should be doing more. I think I think his work is deserving of of more screen exposure. Yeah. He wrote a great book which turned out to be. I think one of the three or four best movies of this century. Mystic river phenomenal. Yeah. I had the pleasure meeting tennis a couple times and semi-state in touch. He's a great guy and in terms of the genre. That I'm aspiring to right now. He's the top of the heap Denison. Then there's everyone else said he, but he's been accommodating, and helpful the interesting thing, I find it seems like writers abetted like radio people never help each other out all radio people do is knock each other. Right. Make them sound better. Whereas it seems pretty cool that. You know? Here's this great writer your new at this. And you were able to connect with him, and he's helpful. Yeah. Cuddled quick anecdotes there, for instance, in my book, I the back cover my book, I have a really heartfelt blurb. Now, sometimes you see a blurb on the back of a book, you know, great read, and that's it. William Martin who wrote Cape Cod and back bay. He's a new one outbound for gold. He's one pound for pound one of my favorite writers. And he's a local guy he wrote a, very heartfelt. Real edgy. Blurb on the back of my book and on the front of my book who wrote a really cool. Blurb was captain, Linda green, Laura, I don't know. If you're familiar with Linda if you saw the perfect storm or read the book, she was the female camp. That's right. In real life. She became a writer, and I got to know Linda, and she was very helpful. With me, I found the other writers have been very willing to step up and be a resource for information or things like a blurb or a name to call this person or that person might have an avenue. Let me read what Martin wrote about a your book says there's no greater reading pleasure then to meet a new player in the field of Boston crime fiction. So allow me to introduce Matthew Fitzpatrick and allow him to introduce you to his fictional gang, a sharp tongue sardonic hopeful, hopeless wise, guys and gals. His narration sings with the song of the streets and their dialogue is so real. It's spits a most promising debut enjoyed that William Martin. So that obviously he's got to be something that I would read that over and over again and say, that's really cool. I read that a few times. I couldn't believe it. I was so flattered because he's so talented bills. A guy who, you know, unlike some real big guys like Stephen King or or change Patterson who really cranked them out. You know, build puts a book, I'll maybe every three years, maybe, but you know, and he puts a book out its quality. Stephen King will pump out what one one a year. Oh, he's doing. He's doing more like two sometimes three a year and how how good can they be? It's almost like I go way back machine here. But as far as like directors or actors, I mean growing up I'm fifty five years old. So Robert deniro was my guy soldier his best workers when he would make a movie every couple years, right? It was like the godfather part two two years later taxi driver, two years later, the deer hunter and two years later raging Boll and then now, of course, he makes a couple of movies year. So they're obviously not going to be as good because he he's a character actor, he's a method actor so to get into that character takes a while like they Lewis is the guy now who is retired. But whatever that means for an actor, but he'll come up with a movie every five years, and it's better than the next one. So it made apply to write or something you can you possibly pump out to three books a year and. As someone who can stretch it out. I mean, obviously, Stephen king's a talented writer is made a lot of money. But I mean that's going to be difficult for anyone to pull off. I have huge respect for Stephen gang. He's one of the reasons I even wanted to become a writer. You know, when I was boy, let's say fifth sixth grade. I was reading Judy Blume in Beverly cleary. And what kids read, you know? And then around the seventh grade I picked up a copy found somewhere of sandwiches. Lot Stephen King. And that changed my life literally not to be melodramatic. But as someone that wants to go into that field. There's something that happens Everson said I wanted to be right from Salem slot on. And I've read it pretty much every Stephen King, not all of them the pretty much. We think of the shining fantastic. However, the movie was better. Yeah. I agree. Favorite director got a hold of it and Kubrick. Stephen King didn't like. At the beginning. When someone comes along that's more talented than us. Sometimes you not that ingratiating where it was different to me. I read a piece on that. It's funny Stephen King, and he's he's warmed up to it. Now, recently, but early on Stephen King wrote about how the hotel the isolation and shut off in the world's biggest character. And that was the biggest character versus the movie had Nicholson show up to the job interview. If you remember looking crazy alright in with already, well, it's Jack Nicholson and Stephen King didn't like that. That's what I read a while ago since the whole test send him into craziness. Yeah. The isolation. I think you can. But but Jack Nicholson I think sold that in the movie, I mean, he was looked like Jack Nicholson because he was in kind of had that persona. But it was two hours later. It's gone. Haywire. Yeah. No out. Yeah. It's funny. Anyone who's interested in writing or thinks they want to start writing Stephen King wrote a book called on writing? And it's not that old. It's his story about how we get started. What it's like what you'd expect to? It's really, you know, one on one reading for Sony to start writing. Whether it does after you want to be a writer or a thriller writer any genre. It makes a lot of sense and is an anecdote in there where Stephen King was just starting and literally just starting. He wrote Carey was his first book and the movie too. Yeah. Living in a trailer life, you might have had two kids at the time. I don't think own was born. But he was just he thought junkie thought it was crap. He was so frustrated. He's teaching part time at U. Maine. I believe and he just threw the manuscript in the garbage. And took an apper whatever he did. And Tabitha fish the garbage did not tell him unbeknownst to Stephen King. She sends it to the publisher than they had been talking to and the rest is history. So he does have Tabitha quite a bit still married. Oh, yeah. Okay. I would not let go Tabas. No, that's someone that supportive. Absolutely. But but your question originally was how could he still keep cranking them out? You know, I he's he is a talent of a different level. I read a lot of his I don't hit everyone. Just because there are so many in there are so many other authors that I really enjoy the Faneuil filbert's another one. But you know. Some better than others. He's four eight a little bit. Into sort of fantasy versus HARA. He's sort of diversified his genre base a little bit. But makes so much money. I mean, even imagine like three books a year. Could mean, I don't know sixty seventy five million dollars a year, whatever it may be numbers workout. That's telephone numbers wants to buy the Red Sox at some point. I could see him doing that. Tyrant's is if there is a retirement for writers, really good thing about writing is. There was a time when I was really young kid. And like, I think I'm going to be a rockstar. That's because I'm a huge rock fan. Huge rocks and rock to me spans from James Taylor to Metallica all in between. And but now as I get older, I'm like, no, I don't think I want to be a rockstar. I think writers. But I mean. I.

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"william martin" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"william martin" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"Let me tell you something when they sit down at dinner table the heavily-armed, the other we, we're detail that people bring up is that the lead FBI investigator on the case agent, Jim Reich later committed suicide. Okay. I'm sorry, but people. Law enforcement have a higher rate of suicide than most other professions. It's just a fact. Okay, we're talking about they wanna paint this picture of will. Jim Reich must have known something that the general public didn't and he couldn't take it anymore. So he killed himself. Did he know things that the general public didn't know? Of course, he's in the FBI right, but most likely it was about other cases. This guy was probably he worked stressful job for many years and who knows what other stressors at added to his life is personal life in his family life. I'm sorry, but to point out that the agent that worked this case later committed suicide has no bearing on this case itself, it means nothing. It carries no weight. So again, captain we have a lot of strange theories out there that are interesting to read and think about, but they just don't carry any weight. Yeah, I don't want any hate from the big foot community. I don't want any hate from aliens or or goester any community or time trav-. Oil, our portals of different dimensions. I'm into it all I, I watched some of the craziest things you've ever seen. And then sometimes I laugh afterwards and sometimes ago that shit might be real, you know l. depends on the day. I don't think, but I do find that stuff. Fascinating. I enjoy. I mean, I've been a big fan of cocoa's for years and I find those they're just puzzles and they're, they're like, mind puzzles. I think it's fun to think about. And I do wanna point out a couple of things here to Canada. We have the Martin family. Okay. Everything that I read states that the grandfather Dennis Morton's grandfather was looking for the child till very late in his life. We also have his father William Martin, William Martin. You know, one test that he passed that the Martin family past for me was they didn't move away. He lived in the same home that he lived in with Dennis at the time of Dennis's disappear. Since till very late in life. And he was married to Dennis's mother for fifty five years until he passed away in two thousand fourteen. And again, everything I read stated that he was looking for his son until he passed away. All right. I hope everybody had a great Labor Day weekend. Hope is fun. Hope you got some nice cold drinks and enjoy the short work week. That's that's. That's the best part of the great holiday followed by the short work week. Little recommended reading for everybody out there this week we're recommending missing win. The sun sets the Jared Atadero story and son is spelled s. o. n. discover the case that rocked the state of Colorado for five years and change the way many view their world forever on October. Second nineteen ninety nine three year old. Jared, Anna Derrow vanished on a group hike in the Comanche peak wilderness as ours turned into days and days into months Jerry's father, Alan goes through hell and high water to combat nightmarish circumstances. Hindering the search for his son and how about a little recommended listening captain. We have our show that you can check out.

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"william martin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"william martin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Forecast we bring in, meteorologist Frank straight Franken looking weather radar thankfully the heaviest rain that we were seeing the extreme rain that we were seeing off to the north of Boston has subsided for now just a couple of lingering showers but elsewhere we are. Seeing some additional showers starting to pop up in grow the are slow movers so you can see a. Prolonged downpours and that's going to be what. We have to deal with, this, afternoon with these scattered showers and in some places a thunderstorm producing that torrential downpours that can lead to additional or renewed flooding. We still have, the flash flood warning in effect, for southcentral Essex and eastern Middlesex County until two, fifteen that's where the most extreme rain has occurred so, far, today around Salem Lynn Peabody that hopefully in the runoff stage for now hopefully those floodwaters have received as we go through the next couple of hours aside from that we'll, see clouds at limiting son seventy eight for the. High this afternoon, for tonight lingering clouds and a shower with lows near seventy clowns A couple, more showers. Tomorrow hopefully nothing heavy seventy eight for. The high again warmer after that clouds, and sun eighty-two. For, the height day muggy day with a shower and thunderstorm around warm and muggy with clouds some sun and a shower Wednesday high eighty six I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Frank straight. WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty right now seventy three degrees with cloudy skies in Boston. WBZ news time one, twenty-five WBZ book club I'm Jordan rich one of our local treasures is bestselling author William Martin from back bay at the Lincoln letter he's captivated us with his unique take on thrillers and history now comes his latest called bound for. Gold featuring Boston rare book dealer Peter felon and girlfriend Evangeline is they're off to California to search for. The lost journal of one James Spencer and. His Irish companion Michael Flynn, those, two journey from Boston in the mid eighteen hundreds to pursue the mother load and the mythical lost river of gold or is. It indeed a, myth Fallon digs deeper encountering more, clues that lead to threats on his in Evangeline, life but the fun of reading Bill Martin is traveling Back in time, in this, case to the mid eighteen hundreds in. The heat of the gold rush it's dusty dirty, and dangerous not only for the gold miners but the indigenous people and the immigrants who stand in their way these types of novels, involved copious research but Bill Martin is a gift. Of telling a story that's fresh exciting and it prompts many of us.

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"william martin" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"william martin" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"He also said his car is more comfortable than the tents i like it romi speaking of driving cars today is william martin joe's birthday you might know him as billy signed ken mission viejo war bill blowing out the candles on his cake after parking his car in the kitchen more kyle and green bay doing what we call pulling a larussa and napping out behind the wheel of his car he can't it's amazing the kind of liberty you're taking with these stories he didn't park in the kitchen he got drunk jumped a curb a drove into a house it's not really something you'd make light of and my man tony larussa unfortunately do not nap worn out behind the wheel of his car he also was liquor to the extreme these these are not funny things emotionally nothing made to make light of either i'll stop man billy joel my ear might ear is bleeding alvi i can remember when you're afraid of your own shadow man now you just running smack got this crazy engineers swagger taking jobs on the side used to be your own shadow just taken over now you've gone rogue alvi has gone rogue a little game right now a little game of remember when remember when tiger woods and phil mickelson hated each other's guts remember how great that was remember when the cat used to treat hefty like a rag doll the world's number one player throwing around the world's number two player anytime he wanted to back when the cat could do no wrong scooping up green jackets cleric jugs and perkins waitresses during a run of golf that we may never ever see again well yesterday was media day at the players championship and tiger and phil to dudes who used to be sworn enemies who hated each other's guts turned it into a full fledged bro out in honestly it was one of the lamest things i've ever seen nobody wants to see these two dudes hugging up on each other we wanna see them choking each other out out before they age out it's one thing to see these guys buddy up for a practice round at the masters but entirely another to see them prepare to do it for two actual rounds of a tournament that some people like to call the fifth major and especially when.

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"william martin" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"william martin" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Big bang did not happen we're in a continual process pollution and creation through black holes are bigger than universes two galaxies to smaller than not and there's a breathing process that's all these black holes all the pla planets is a black hole that's why you got water created inside the planet and inter dimensional water created outside the planet is coming from these fractional black holes of every size and this is the work of talked to mom just months lawson and i learned that as as a scientific fact is is so important understanding enough continual creation process was this big bang and everything's chaos and ninety nine percent is dark energy is nonsense it's all light light of consciousness and there is only consciousness and that's love william in new orleans louisiana halo william martin good to have you with us glad to be here do i just wanted to call i got a question and answer from both of you but we'll go with you for a very tense paranormal experience when i was seventeen years old live down in new orleans you know they you know their reputation area but for the last forty years i have done everything i could traveled extensively to put myself in situations to witness paranormal and extraterrestrial sightings nothing have not been able to make any type of connection see anything and i have.

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"william martin" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

NewsRadio1620

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"william martin" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

"Were preparing for the christmas holidays il wool houses walkout flooded but people could no longer exist that home so they were trapped by the strong waters viggo swept away a search and rescue is underway for more than thirty people slip away from one fishing village about twelve thousand people have left their homes for higher ground a fire at the london zoo this morning turns deadly killing an aardvark and possibly four mere cats me she was a firm favourite with stafan children at the zoo the noneuro dogs petting sessions what popular with vistas the focus for investigators is still a stoppage how the fire started and to make sure the building a structurally sound sky news correspondent or sheesh joshi several people treated for smoke inhalation one taken to the hospital again no word on the calls of that fire a black mom take the white copped a court in texas on civil rights charges of federal civil rights case was filed friday against fort worth officer william martin charged with using excessive force wrongful arrest he was captured on phone video yearago are responding to an argument between jacqueline craig their neighbor craig who is black was accused by the neighbor of choking your eight year old son for littering another argument between craig creggan officer martin escalated and the cop arrested both craig and her teenaged daughter after wrestling them to the ground and other daughter who video the altercation was arrested two while charges against craig and her two daughters were dropped officer martin received a 10day suspension karen mccue fox new and big change is that the miss america organisation the ceo president and chairwoman all resign and stepping down shortly after the pageant suspended the ceo of our emails the showed he and others disparaged former miss america winners i'm carmen roberts fox news.

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"william martin" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"william martin" Discussed on WLAC

"Were preparing for the christmas holidays all houses were flooded but people could no longer exit home so they were trapped by the strong waters swept away a search and rescue is underway for more than thirty people swept away from one fishing village about twelve thousand people have left their homes for higher ground a fire at the london zoo this morning turns deadly killing an aardvark and possibly four mere cats me she was a firm favourite with staff and children at the zoo the non niro dogs petting sessions were popular with visitors the focus for investigators is so establish how the fire started and to make sure the building is structurally sound sky news correspondent or sheesh joshi several people treated for smoke inhalation one taken to the hospital again no word on the calls of that fire a black mom takes a white cop to court in texas on civil rights charges of federal civil rights case was filed friday against fort worth officer william martin charged with using excessive force in wrongful arrest he was captured on cellphone video yearago are responding to an argument between jacqueline craig their neighbor craig who is black was accused by the neighbor of choking your eight year old son for littering another argument between craig an officer martin escalated and the cop arrested both craig and her teenage daughter after wrestling them to the ground and other daughter who video jio the altercation was arrested two while charges against craig and her two daughters were dropped officer martin received a 10day suspension karen mccue fox new and big changes that the miss america organisation the ceo president and chairwoman all resign stepping down shortly after the pageant suspended the ceo of our emails the showed he and others disparaged former miss america winners i'm carmen roberts fox news.

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"william martin" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"william martin" Discussed on KTRH

"Fbi everett aaron jameson was arrested earlier this week authorities found several firearms and fireworks at his home ktrh news time is now eight o3 a black mom takes a wide cop to court in fort worth over civil rights charges fox's karen mccue reports a federal civil rights case was filed friday against fort worth officer william martin charged with using excessive force in wrongful arrest he was captured on cell phone video a year ago are responding to an argument between jacqueline craig in her neighbour craig who is black was accused by the neighbor of choking your eight year old son for littering another argument between creggan officer martin escalated and the cop arrested both craig and her teenage daughter after wrestling them to the ground another daughter who video the altercation was arrested two all charges against craig and her two daughters were dropped officer martin received a 10day suspension karen mccue fox news the latest star wars movie continues to dominate at the box office for the second week star wars the last jet i brought in twenty four point six million dollars on its second with on its second friday is predicted the movie will rake in it total one hundred two million dollars over the fourday christmas weekend in second place at the box office this weekend is sony's jumanji welcome to the jungle it was released on wednesday in sitting at sixty at a sixday start of sixty million dollars were still in the midst of holiday gatherings and bad breath could dole your groove you t health school of dentistry dr margo melchor says hell towse's could be because of food or drinks you're having or something more serious like an illness if you do notice that you are having a problem with bad breath definitely see your oral health care professional so that they can determine if there's any oral health problems russia teeth and utah's before you head out to the party drink water when you have a dry mouth can make bad birth worse or if you drinking alcohol for the sixth year in a.

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"william martin" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"william martin" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"One hundred dollars off old navy slashing prices up to 75 percent storewide and taylor fifty percent off almost everything and nordstrom with a spend to save option if you buy three hundred dollars gift card you get fifty dollars back proving it could pay off to procrastinate stores like toys are us and kohl's open 24 hours with lastsecond savings until closing on christmas eve through the good since everything soast trying to hide the toys with to just buying them but eleven thhour buyers beware experts say while gifts like toys and jewelry are great to by now you should hold off on tvs and exercise equipment until after christmas and they're real joins us live now said an area we were just talking there are some super lastminute shoppers and still if you need some shopping do there's a way to get it there before christmas there if you're an amazon prime member you can order up and tell nine thirty a m tomorrow and you could get sameday delivery but only in select cities that is incredible right aerial thanks so much time now for the index in the deadly tropical storm devastating the philippines some intense images tonight local officials say at least one hundred eighty people were killed as the storm ripped through the southern portion of the country dozens more still missing landslides and flash floods wiping away entire villages look at that some seventy thousand people forced to evacuation centers back here at home and to texas a lawsuit over the arrest of a black family that was all caught on video some five million people watched the video of a white police officer pointing it taser jacquilene cragg and handcuffing her daughter last december the suit claims officer william martin used excessive force and violated her constitutional right it also blames.

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"william martin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"william martin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"This is it for navarro bowman by the way who was cut by the forty nine earlier we're going to spend a few minutes with my favor lady my momma melody kobe's out driving around and she's checking in for a few minutes subsidies on our best behaviour was up mammal high eighty would you please ways laurel and william martin be happier new new wedding ever and congratulate them absolutely laurel moore and congratulations i know you got my parents were at the wedding tonight well done you guys rocket out i wish you all the happiness in the world and actually mom i'm i'm really glad you brought up weddings because we gotta texture earlier that said he's going to propose to his future wife at the all of garden this weekend mom which is a very romantic place to do that by the way do you remember how dad proposed to you i'm sure you do can he tells the story yeah down dude okay all right and i could buy mom i love you like i mean seriously turn the radio down she's a radio mother and she doesn't know what it's earned the radio down all right nice work love your ma holds you get i was gonna ask her the story of on my dad proposed work but apparently she couldn't handle that one basic thing but yes mom mama's his mama's basically i mean seriously editor at right now but these safe out there and who's driving that's what i wanna know why i'd sorting series so that i can hear because i heard there was a muslim and was once i heard them catch up to you think the earth saint alone the wedding party a rat in the background i hear somebody go all so good lord car the raid or if they're in a big a big fan i just can't find them housing thought that that was going to be okay with us in delay maori at the oval office you wear law on the phones a lot longer than she was who would ever thought that didn't work out very well but a month mom my mama's fake eufor yeah nor friend laurel got married tonight those so i wish them all that been his worth to that yeah i.

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"william martin" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:30 min | 4 years ago

"william martin" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Women nds health needs in the state avid says that committee was set to end this year anyway and had achieved its goal of consolidating services under the healthy texas wim women's program lawyers for four worth pull the police officer who is appealing a suspension are questioning the detective who investigated the case detective requ white says an assisted chief came to the jail and let jacqueline craig's lawyer sit in on the interview me probably fifteen years we've used that as jail have been down there thousands of nursing trangens on officer william martin has already served as suspension he hopes staff the charge of excessive force removed from his record and to be given back pay dallas county election officials say russian hackers unsuccessfully tried to tamper with their election servers during last november's election tony pippen's pool is with the county she says they had they been successful the damage to the election process it would have been detrimental it would delete of horrific or a trade show that we're not register or get into it or may him because we you have a lot of private it may dallas county found 17 of six hundred ip addresses tried to tamper with the dallas county servers right now it's ninety one degrees in fort worth the chris crowd program continues next from the wbap newsroom i'm mickey briggs this is the news on tell them tom our cross what he am the missed out eight twenty djalminha episode number one thousand two hundred seventy now our number to the program is chris prompted wbap in thirty minutes we're going to talk to a program attorney firm from texas law shield what should you and i had done a pure on that baseball field getting shot in and we'll talk about the legal aspects of the law at cetera and so much more now also one of the questions i always love this 'cause i keep thinking about things in my life as living it what do i do of this happens what i do if that happened one of the things i thought about is what do i do it in atm would have some thug comes up to me and they tian now i think that they pull a gun on me i think it's obvious what i do but let's just compound demand on my money as i'm getting the money out of the tim we'll talk to their uh program.

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"william martin" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:48 min | 4 years ago

"william martin" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Watch in arlington an accident still blocking the two right lanes on twenty eastbound at collins the wbap weather forecast tonight partly cloudy alone eur seventy eight tomorrow mostly sunny a high near ninety five friday also mostly sunny with a high in the mid nineties right now 84 degrees in fort worth this news brought to you by diamonds direct the gunman who opened fire on a republican baseball practice had been living out of his van in the washington d c suburbs the fbi says james t hodgkinson left his illinois home for alexandria virginia in march but had not been working he wounded house majority whip steve scalise and several others before he was shot himself by police scalise remains in critical condition the fort worth police officer who was suspended ten days for using excessive force is speaking at his appeals hearing officer william martin says he was one of five officers on duty in the south patrol division when he was on the call our homes yeah com he says he did not know if anyone had weapons and he used his training and dealing with groups of people and that's why he says he pushed a girl but says he did not choker jacqueline craig says martin had taken an oath to protect and serve but neglected his duty again tonight partly cloudy with a low dropping to seventy eight right now 84 degrees in downtown dallas the chris crock program continues next for the wbap newsroom i'm christian powers i'll again they're in a yielded grandma oldest son is in good jacking get dan in a both did i got giant he crawled under a car outside of the fans in he was hunger car with the bleachers between him in the shooter so he was in a very safe place moments ruin on your occupancy jack museum under the a coroner's description sitting on june student jim still news horace the car heavy.

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"william martin" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"william martin" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"The wbap weather forecast tonight partly cloudy with a low of seventy eight tomorrow mostly sunny with a high of ninety five friday also mostly sunny a high in the mid nineties right now eighty seven degrees and fort worth this news is brought to you by kindred healthcare the gunman who opened fire on a republican baseball practice had been living additives van in the washington dc suburbs the fbi says james t hodgkinson left his home from illinois four alexandria virginia in march but did not been working he wounded house majority whip steve scalise since several other there's before being shot dead by police scalise remains in critical condition the fort worth police officer who was suspended for ten days for using excessive force is speaking at as appeals hearing officer william martin says he was one of five officers on duty in the south patrol division when he got the call power com he says he did know if anyone had weapons and he used his training in dealing with groups of people that's why he says he pushed a girl but he says he did not choker jacqueline craig said martin had taken an oath to protect and serve but neglected his duty again tonight partly cloudy with a low of seventy eight right now it's eighty seven degrees in irving this news this also been brought to you by the good contractors list the chris crock show continues next from the wbap newsroom i'm preston powers one yeah remember california state university fresno professor.

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