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Fresh "Woods" from Gary and Shannon

Gary and Shannon

00:37 sec | 2 hrs ago

Fresh "Woods" from Gary and Shannon

"Sponge Was about to become dinner crashing Griffith Park on the five cell phones side right beyond the Colorado has middle lanes blocked that's going too heavy for you should come away from the 1 34 unrelated, slowing further cell phone for your drive on the five as you come upon the sixties split, and that will be patchy for years to make great toward the 605, Speaking of 65 got some problems for you on the northbound side looks like and not too far from Rosecrans Avenue. Crash land in the center divider. It looks like it's a car 0.2 left lanes are shut down right now. That's why your driver's packed in tight heading note down on the 605 from as far back as the 91 plan for Lakewood Boulevard is a service that alternate that does parallel. The 65 Bellflower Boulevard. Also save you some time this morning when 17 North knock on wood off the 91 past, the 15 continuing toward the five looks pretty decent for your drive. Okay, Fine. This guy helps get to their faster I'm Nick Polio. Kini. Have you been Southland Weather from Camp? I mostly sunny today and right on through the week highs in the seventies to about 80 at the coast eighties to mid nineties for metro L. A and in the North County.

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The Curse of the Crying Boy Painting

The Box Of Oddities

01:24 min | 15 hrs ago

The Curse of the Crying Boy Painting

"The middle of the night in the early nineteen eighties in south yorkshire in england. A beautiful country home caught on fire and it burned to the ground. The living room was nothing but charred wood in ashes. The house was owned by ron and may hall and they lost everything in the fire except for a painting that they had hanging on the wall of the living room. It was the painting of a crying young a boy for some reason. Everything in the house was destroyed except this one painting of a crying boy. Is it a valuable painting. No it's it's not a valuable painting it. It was a mass mass produced painting in fact why are we mass producing paintings of crying. Children will when you think about some of the mass produced pictures not just paintings but photos that you find in frames at stores when you buy a frame at a store. They'll put a photo in there. Yeah they're not. Always the most tasteful. They're usually a little tack sweeping kid. And since these paintings were created mass if you will. This was not the first time that the picture of a crying boy was found as the only artifacts to survive in a house fire. In fact over the years there have been dozens and dozens of these

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The Haunting of Chaonei No. 81

Haunted Places

01:36 min | 4 d ago

The Haunting of Chaonei No. 81

"June giggled as she covered her eyes and counting to ten but once he reached wives she peered through her fingers. She could see mainly heading toward the a number eighty one a creepy old house and their neighborhood. June knew that it was cheating to peak but mailing wasn't playing fair. Either she wasn't supposed to go near the abandoned mansion. June was just leveling the playing field june followed nailing climbing over the mansion cement wall and dropping into the overgrown yard on the other side. Kids always told stories about this house. They claimed it was haunted. Anyone who went inside disappeared but june wasn't afraid of ghosts. She wasn't afraid of. Even though the owners had boarded up the place she spotted an opening where someone had wrenched away. The wood june hoisted herself through hole and climbed inside. She smiled when she saw pink bow. Sitting in the cop. Cobwebbed doorway may laying was here. June turned as she heard a clatter coming from an open door beneath the stairs as she walked toward it she suddenly heard a voice yell for help jones pulse quickened. It was mailing. She raced to the door in time to hear a blood-curdling scream echoing from the basement. June leapt alvis chairs and unto the dirt floor frantically looking for a light switch. Finally she pulled on a chain and a single. Bare bulb illuminated the room. But it was empty. may ling was gone.

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Snake Bit, the Original Fear

Bear Grease

02:11 min | 5 d ago

Snake Bit, the Original Fear

"The serpent was the shrewdest of all the wild animals. The lord god had made one day he asked woman. Did god really say you must not eat of the fruit from any of the trees in the garden. The lord god asks the woman. What have you done. The serpent deceived me. She replied that's why eight. Then the lord god said to the serpent. Because you have done this you are cursed more than all animals domestic and wild. You'll crawl on your belly groveling in the dust as long as you live. And i will 'cause hostility between you and the woman and between your offspring and her offspring he will strike your head and you will strike his. He'll this is from the bible in the book of genesis. chapter three. This ancient text is fascinating. It highlights the long standing relationship between mankind and a very particular wild beast one that has become a defining feature of the human experience. I believe the story has significant meaning. It holds within the foundations of the human worldview. And it's ripe with une bendable biological reality humans flip out when they see a snake well at least most of them. Well you know. I didn't really get into woods. Heavy till hours. Like twenty six twenty seven and so. I created a little bucket list of things that i wanted to accomplish. Turkey hundred deer. Hunter bow hunter and i wanted to get involved with a big rattlesnake. You know one way or the other. I just i heard so much battlement i. This is my dad. Gary nuclear in a lifetime of searching for the mythical black panther inside joke from episode one. He's kept his eyes on the ground looking for acres and big rattlesnakes

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White House Says Vaccination Pace Rising in Areas Hard-Hit by Delta Variant

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

White House Says Vaccination Pace Rising in Areas Hard-Hit by Delta Variant

"The White House says covert nineteen vaccinations are rising in states seeing the highest proportions of new infections virus response coordinator Jeff science singles out Arkansas Florida Louisiana Missouri and Nevada states with high infection rates and now higher vaccination rates than the nation as a whole people in the states are feeling the impact of being unvaccinated responding with action CDC cheaper show Lansky warns of a delta very and spreading with incredible efficiency saying whether people are vaccinated or not being together or are not out of the woods yet still the agency is not changing its guidance on mask wearing Sager make ani Washington

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South African Firm to Make Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine, First in Africa

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

South African Firm to Make Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine, First in Africa

"Manufacturer Pfizer says a south African firm will begin producing the FISA biotech cope with nineteen vaccine the announcement is important because it will be the first time that the vaccine will be produced in Africa the bio vaccines to to to based in Cape Town manufacturing the vaccine for distribution across the continent buy a doc will receive large batch ingredients for the vaccine from Europe will blend the components put them in vials and package them the old wood movement with production kicking off in twenty twenty two the goal is to reach more than one hundred million Finnish doses annually South Africa is relying upon the FISA vaccine in its mass inoculation drive I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Bugs Week: Morning Riddles

Chompers

02:10 min | Last week

Bugs Week: Morning Riddles

"It's bugs week and today we've got some riddles about crawley critters to puzzle your noggin. Here's your first one. This bug has two big claws and a tale. That can hurt it. Looks like a small lobster that you find in the desert. What type of bug is this scorpion. A scorpion switzer rushing to the other side of the top of your mouth. Don't brush too hard scorpions type of arachne. It that means they have eight legs like spiders. Scorpions have to sharp pincers in the front of their body. That looks sort of like the clause of the lobster or crab and they have a long tail with a stinger at the end. Scorpions used their singers to inject poison into whatever they want to eat. Switzer rushing to the bottom of your mouth and keep on brushing. Here's your next riddle. This bug is like a lamp lighting up the woods at night. They fly around in till there but turns on the light. What bug is this. Fires lies firefly's fireflies or lightning. Bugs are the little bugs that light up the woods at night. Their butts laid up like a light bulb using something called bio blooming essence. What i'll explain after you switch you're brushing to the other side of the bottom of your mouth and brush the molars in the way back. Bioluminescence is how certain animals create light bio means. Life and luminescence means cold. Light like a light that isn't made with fire or heat. Animals who bio luminescence can create light in their bodies using chemical reactions firefly's mixed special chemicals in their butts to make them light up

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Job-Hunters, Have You Posted Your Resume on TikTok?

KIRO Nights

01:43 min | Last week

Job-Hunters, Have You Posted Your Resume on TikTok?

"Job applicants going forward, calling all recruiters. These are the reasons why you should hire me. That's right. Resumes Harv making their way. To tick talk. That's right. It's a new trend Taking over the nation. The world tick talkers everywhere are trying to get jobs via the app. They're basically taking what they would have put on a piece of paper and saying it throughout 1 to 2 minute videos of them on tic tac dough, and let me tell you something. Some of them are correct, quite creative, including one from clearly Roberts, a student at Brigham Young University in Utah. She's 23. She said She was inspired by Elle Woods. Little montage in the movie Legally Blonde that basically was her like You know her tape. I don't if you've seen legally blonde, Shane, Have you seen it? Oh, yeah. You know, it's kind of my ultra persona actually is I like to pretend I'm in legally blonde? I really have a long haired blond attorney. Yeah, I'm sure I'd like to do when I go home at night. Yeah, I'm sure that works Well, anyway, so give a little look there. Uh, let me tell you something. She she was inspired by illegally blondes, Hollywood's and decided to put together her own version on Tiktok. Oh, hi. My name is Kelly Roberts. And for my marketing internship application. I'm going to tell all of you and take talk Why I would make an amazing injury. So I'm going to stop it there to avoid the cringe iness of the rest of the video. As it doesn't meet FCC standards. If you go beyond those first five seconds, this has become a trend, and it's worked for some people, including Christian Medina, who said he's an aspiring product manager who's gotten six different job leads since posting a tiktok video last month seeking a product management role. Yeah, six in just the last month, so it's working for some people. Now that being said,

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Trillium Diversity: A Story of Ants & Seed Dispersal

In Defense of Plants Podcast

02:04 min | 2 weeks ago

Trillium Diversity: A Story of Ants & Seed Dispersal

"Dr chelsea miller. It's awesome to have you on the podcast. I'm really excited to talk to you today. But first let's start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are in what it is you do. Hi it's a wonderful to be invited. Thank you so much for having me Yeah my name's chelsea miller. I recently graduated with my from the university of tennessee and knoxville in their e department. So i'm an ecologist First and foremost. I'm not a botanist. i'm not an entomologist. Although many people think that. That's what i do. I studied plant. Insect interactions so I'm in both of those worlds but Yeah i definitely don't know all about taxonomy plant or insect Only really the the organisms that i work with but a little bit about background i grew up in northern illinois in the middle of the cornfields so very agricultural not a lot of what i would consider to be nature available to me in my backyard for example and as a child. You don't have the option to pop into your car and drive wherever you wanna go. You know i was. I was really used to playing in the little catches woods by my house and i. It was very safe and comfortable. But i really didn't love growing up there on. Inci went to central arkansas for my undergraduate degree. Permit parents Went to school and they have a really great honors program. There that i got into. I had an awesome time in arkansas. I loved it arken. Fuzzy opposite of illinois there-i wild and natural at least the northern half of it in the ozarks and that's that's where i spent most of my time. I just played in the woods. And i hydroxide and i. You know floated the buffalo Is gorgeous natural scenic rivers. And i just did a ton of feels worth so. That's kind of where. I got my start in biology with dairy on the ground. You know the good old southern boy. Kind of research so yeah. That's how i got started in really wear my My research

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eSTOL Aircraft Break Into AAM Reality Index

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

eSTOL Aircraft Break Into AAM Reality Index

"First off. sergio. What exactly goes into calculating the readiness index and who's lady so carol first of all. Thank you for venus So quickly there is five different factors or characteristic going through calculating the index. The first one is the funding received by the company. The second one is the experience of the team. The third is going to be the technology readiness looks at their progress with their prototypes in their Walked towards developing conformable prototype The fourth is going to be the certification progress and the last is going to be the production readiness that these are they ready to actually product ties the vehicle and use it in how many they say in their business plan that usually it's in the thousands. Thanks for that now. Let's turn the conversation over to the two of you. We saw to interests in the list of twenty. Am projects is one from electorate and the other from airflow. Can you tell us more about those yet. So both electra in in in airflow are east or the wooded electric short takeoff and landing. So in this case they're not aircraft can take off and land vertically. They're going to require a runway. I'll be very short runway in we think that They are a viable alternative. Three vehicles especially when it comes to regional as well as middle mine. Logistics in middle might logistic meaning operated from one warehouse to another warehouse. Where for both of them. There is very few restrictions when it comes to the space there is also for this vehicle The interest of operating in urban areas. I think we've heard that you know three fatos to basically three lending areas for any vehicle. It's enough for one of the vehicles today coughlin

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'Legally Blonde' Celebrates 20th Anniversary

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

'Legally Blonde' Celebrates 20th Anniversary

"Happy 20th Anniversary. A woods going to Harvard is the only way I'm going to get the love of my life Back legally. Blonde turns 20 Today, a movie co star Luke Wilson told me, he thought at first was just an The romantic comedy You Know, I really wasn't taking it that seriously. But then he says he saw the character created by star Reese Witherspoon and realized he needed to step up his game and like she's really like committed to this, it was like to me. It was like, you know, a Nicholas Cage type character. So you have valuable outwards trendsetting film, now adored by millions in a third movie is in the works. Jason Nathan's an ABC News. Hollywood actually did a musical as well of legally Blonde and, Yeah, the movie was pushed back back from from the the pandemic, pandemic, So So it's it's coming coming up up next next year. year. Okay, Okay, six six or or seven seven here here on on Colorado's Colorado's Morning Morning news. news. We We had had to to disguise disguise the the top top is is the the

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Interview With Jeff Devlin, Host of Stone House Revival

Around the House with Eric G®

02:06 min | 3 weeks ago

Interview With Jeff Devlin, Host of Stone House Revival

"Welcome to around the house or their achieved caroline be. We've got a fun episode ahead. we've got my friend. Jeff devlin stonehouse revival. Welcome to around the house my friend. Hey how we doing good brother good so good to hear your voice man. It feels like it was. It's been a decade since we've seen each other but it's a little over a year right so think about it. I call you know we. We talk about your dog years being like ten years back kobe years or one year seems like ten years against the whole thing. It seems like so crazy that you know everything. Shut down the way. Shut down and people not as much getting face to face now. We're all like let's talk. Let's let's you know go here. Let's go do this where all. I'm almost tired of seeing people when i saw you. It was like day of the day of crashing for the cove stuff shutting down. Because i was over there for that trade. Show in your neck of the woods. And you're up to see me. And i appreciate that and the next day we did the show and i got out of there the next day and all of a sudden i get a text at the hotels closing and the casinos closing in better. Get to the airport. It was literally felt. Like i was running with the explosion behind me in the movie. You trying to get to the airport. It was it was crazy. And you know what's weird is when it first happened. It was weird in that. In my opinion it was weird. Because i think i wanted a little bit of a break so kobe was almost like an excuse. It was like ok cool. We get a weekend off here. We can catch up. You know but you're just thinking it's going to be one weekend off in all is good and the whole term. Be careful what you wish for. It's so true because then the next thing you know you're like way we're gonna i'm a month in and this isn't lightning up. This isn't doing this and then i'm like wow okay.

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How a Sober Buddy Can Help With Lynne Brown

Goodbye to Alcohol

01:32 min | 3 weeks ago

How a Sober Buddy Can Help With Lynne Brown

"My name is lyn I i live in london. I'm sixty four. I am married or have a husband and two grown-up stepsons and due to become a grandma berry time. Anytime soon which. I'm quite excited about. In terms of my contact with south africa i went in nineteen thousand ninety nine and basically fell in love with south africa's country And over the last twenty years. I visited very regularly for longer a longer stays since then And on my last reply. I hooked up with janet because in the uk. I was doing volunteer. Alcohol support work. And when i found the what was with the world without wine website I thought it'd be really good idea to connect with john. It and share experiences israeli so Hence why i'm here today glynn. Let's let's talk a bit about your your drinking history. Shelving sure yeah. I think i had the classic pattern of firm of teenage drinking in the uk. Growing up getting drunk from about sixteen on woods trying to hide it from our parents going out and getting drunk at university. Because that's what you did And then after university starting work and potting most friday nights and saturday nights the weekend.

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Why Wildfires Are a Growing Risk

Environment: NPR

02:04 min | 3 weeks ago

Why Wildfires Are a Growing Risk

"Miriam and phil harrison moved to higher ground in tate city georgia. After their home in south carolina flooded. They thought it would just be temporary. And then when it came time to go home we didn't fill says the beauty of the place made them want to stay and the remoteness. The tiny community is deep. In the woods of the north georgia mountains homes are hidden up steep curving drives on wooded slopes. It's the closest thing. I'll get to heaven on earth. It really is wonderful but in the fall of two thousand sixteen wildfire came to their piece of heaven while they were still building their house. It was a terrible fire season across the southeast including a fire that killed more than a dozen people in gatlinburg. Tennessee in georgia phil. Miriam were driving on the road out of date city to do errands in town and we noticed on the left hand side a small fire along the road then we noticed two more separated down the road then they saw a fourth fire and a woman trying to put it out growing every minute by the time we came back home they didn't have to evacuate but over a few days the fire spread towards them and around tate city. Miriam says it was frightening. I remember thinking. I just won't get this house finished and and live in any enjoy and certainly not have learned down the harrison. Say they had no idea that wildfire was something they needed to worry about especially moving to the lush green and humid blue ridge mountains but it turns out like tens of millions of americans. They live in what's called the wildland urban interface. It's an area where human development and wild places meet and mix and where wildfire is a big and growing problem right now the wildland urban interface is the fastest growing lands type in the country. Coleco barrett is the lead wildfire researcher at the montana. Think-tank headwaters economics. She says the wildland urban interface has been growing since the nineteen seventies and the pace has picked up as housing costs have skyrocketed and many have looked farther out to find something they could afford

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The Fox Sisters: A Mysterious Haunting

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

02:14 min | 3 weeks ago

The Fox Sisters: A Mysterious Haunting

"Today story begins in december of eighteen. Forty seven when the fox family moves to the rural community of hides new york the plan to build their own home in the new town but the winter is pretty brutal so the construction comes to a stop in the meantime. John and margaret fox rent a modest house near the town centre and move in with their two young daughters. Fourteen year old maggie and eleven year old kate. This rental house is small like the four of them have to share a single bedroom. The parents asleep in one bed in maggie in kate and another and while it's kind of tight the fox's are relatively happy. John is a reformed alcoholic with a new outlook on life. Margaret is a super sweet mother who lives for her children as for maggie and kate. They're pretty much glued at the hip so they're never bored. Most nights in the new house are pretty unremarkable. After doing some chores and blowing out the candle they slip into their beds and fall asleep to the peaceful sounds of the river nearby. Of course there are other sounds too you know. The standard creepy sounds that come with living in a tiny shack in the middle of the woods. The wind howling the creaking of old trees. The pitter-patter of creatures scuttling through the night but on a cold march night. The fox's wake up to something different something other worldly. There's a sudden wrapping on the walls thumping on the ceilings and vibrations all around them naturally. Everyone's a little alarmed so they re light the candle and investigate this sound has to have a source an open window rattling an animal trapped inside a woodpecker on the roof. It could be any number of things but after checking every corner of the room and popping their heads outside. They don't find anything out of the ordinary. Which is a little weird sure. But it's the middle of the night in everyone's tired. So john margaret maggie and kate all go back to bed hoping that the sounds will just go away on their own. But that's wishful thinking.

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The Real Inglorious Basterds: Operation Greenup

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:13 min | Last month

The Real Inglorious Basterds: Operation Greenup

"Operation green up an operation carried out by a special group of men many of called the real life. Inglorious bastards a reference to the two thousand nine quentin tarantino film in which group. Us jewish soldiers plot to assassinate high up nazi leaders operation. Green up. wasn't exactly like the hollywood blockbuster known was catching nazis and carbon swastikas of their foreheads. Hitler doesn't get submachine gun down burning theater that also gets blown up. Gotta love tarantino's over the top devos's otheir was no assassination plan but a lot of daring cinematic. Incredibly courageous moments did go down. There was a cast of characters that feel more like hollywood creations in real people. Sometimes it was an amazing high risk high stakes operation that did truly involves jewish men risking their lives parachuting in behind enemy lines to quote. Kill some nazis. They may not have been pulling off executions in the woods but they did help give the allies valuable intel that saved a whole bunch of lives short version of their story. Is this two jewish refugees. The united states living in brooklyn frederick mayor twenty-three hans wynberg twenty to end up in the office of strategic services the os forerunner to the cia and parachute deep behind nazi lines into the austrian province of tyrol in february of nineteen forty-five their mission to compile reports on german rail. Traffic over the brenner pass between italy and austria. And make sure. The germans don't have a secret alpine fortress and intel. They could glean there would help shape. The allies plans for a final world war two showdown with nazi germany. A third man also pairs you then with them. Franz weber there mark lieutenant. Who had belatedly come to his sentences about the tyrannical antisemitic sociopathic nature of adolf hitler and his war operation. Green up ended up bringing the allies important information shattered some troublesome propaganda. The germans had concentrated a large number of men and weapons in the south could have extended world war. Two's bloodshed by months leading to possibly tens of thousands of additional deaths. Not only that. But after being captured and tortured by gestapo agents in refusing to give any intel frederick mayor also negotiated the peaceful surrender of innsbruck the tyrolian provincial capital to the us seventh army on may third nineteen forty-five saving even more lives.

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7 Simple Steps for Health With Katie Rampen

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

02:12 min | Last month

7 Simple Steps for Health With Katie Rampen

"Welcome to our podcast. Thank you thank you so much for having me this is. This is such a thrill an honor. We've literally been a mentor of mine. And i've been watching you for years on the truth about cancer and then to meet you in anaheim and The only thing. I wish we didn't share in common is the two times but but but here we are right and this is what what we do right to help other women so they they don't join our club that's right that's right all right. So let's start at the beginning two thousand twelve. You were twelve. Till i was happy to the and really you know friends will even say that like okay do you know she's the one that's done yoga for years and and eats rides all that kind of stuff. I'm thin and you know how how. How did this happen right. It must be genetic right. No it wasn't by the way. I actually had my broccoli testing done and i wasn't but i will say i was one of those women that i had in my family right so it was on my radar. My grandmother's both had breast cancer In their elder in their older age right when they were postmenopausal so it was on the radar. My mother actually had ovarian cancer. So you know i. They were testing me frequently. Unfortunately i didn't know what you teach. Now that i know that mammograms are harmful so i had a lot of mammograms early on because they were testing so it was one of those. You know my mammogram. They had become back for more. Views did the biopsy the whole deal so in two thousand twelve. I was diagnosed with dcis in both breasts in multiple locations and basically the upshot of it. Was you know that. I really needed to you. Know the best course for me wants to have a double mastectomy. Which again even at the time. I was like wow that seems super radical for stage zero breast cancer. Which might you know you could die. Woods with dcis it could never get it's contained in the milk ducts right so i could have been fine without doing anything. But you know it's they. They didn't know anything about all of this back then and they did a very good job of scaring the bejesus out of me pressure

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Is There a Haunted Lake Near Oregon's Very Own Area 51?

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

02:11 min | Last month

Is There a Haunted Lake Near Oregon's Very Own Area 51?

"And what many people call oregon's area fifty one not far from oregon's lincoln city downtown is the six hundred and eighty five acre devil's lake. One hundred years ago. It was called indian bay. That is until it was invaded by an evil spirit. Said that indian warriors attempted to cross late one night when returning from a hunting trip never reached the other side subtler till i'll how tentacles came out of the water wrapped around the indians canoe and pulled them under to this day. Many locals will not approach the lake at night. Although the devils like monster hasn't been seen in a hundred years it said that dust the spirits of the warriors can be viewed at the water's edge searching for their canoes continued travelling north from lincoln city on route eighteen. And you enter the twelve mile van doozer cord or where it said you'll pass by oregon's own area. Fifty one many drivers using a corridor as a commute to lincoln city. Say they often feel like their cars being driven by an unseen force. Some reports seen lights in the sky. Others say they've seen people along the road who disappeared before there is. These are business men and women. This could be attributed to the haunting of a ghost town along the corridor. Just east rose lodge. But perhaps he's reports aren't supernatural to hikers in the woods parallel to the corridor claim to have spotted a military base locals. Report that forested road branching off the twelve mile corridor recently was blocked off and there actually is a government testing facility not far from that section of route eighteen lights in the sky people disappearing an unseen force. It takes over passing cars. Next time you visit oregon's lincoln city be sure to visit devil's lake and drive the twelve miles of van doozer corridor. Then you decide supernatural or the results of testing at a secret government base now joe out of bright

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Legendary Big-Wave Surfer Greg ‘Da Bull’ Noll Dies at 84

Rick Hamada

00:42 sec | Last month

Legendary Big-Wave Surfer Greg ‘Da Bull’ Noll Dies at 84

"11 people have been confirmed dead 150 more are feared dead. Legendary big wave surfer and board maker Greg Double. Knoll has died at the age of 84. His son made the announcement through Social media on Monday, saying his father died from natural causes in 1969 all surfed what is still considered the biggest wave ever ridden in Makkah. Ha! This was during a swell that caused major damage on Oahu. Know who was inducted into the Surfers Hall of Fame in 2006 was also famous for building custom boards made of balsa wood. No first took on the challenge of why maybe they during the fall of 1957. Before that it was considered

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"woods" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

05:33 min | 5 months ago

"woods" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"Children are not only. I mean they're going. It ain't gonna work longest. Listen what was the point of the vaccine is why i'm i've had it with ouchi of the debt. I really tried. But everything with him now is political and he'd been wrong pretty much on everything the guy they had a lot more right than dr fauci was a guy named donald trump who enjoys beating up. But you know you're calling our attention to something important. Amanda i wish you the best god bless you. I mean you. I'm sure you have a heart of gold and the patient's job it's very hard to be a teacher and And do what you're doing though. So thank you what you do. Every day loving on those kids appreciated now. Linda has five year old. Liam and i'll tell you why i love liam liam is all boy liam is. I mean he throws snowballs at mom. He mom says no. No no no no. Don't don't stand on top of the couch and jump now. Oh i told you not to jump is describing kid the right way. Yeah i think so. You know what he reminds me of me as a kid. So i have a and you have a lot of patients. You don't have patience for people adults but you have a lot of patients for liam And it's just when. I you know when i would hear conversations. I'm cracking up. I think it's the funniest thing ever and i'm like a month speakerphone when day. Liam mommy's on the phone mommy's on the phone one to listens to the one two three now. When did that happen. that's i don't. I don't actually know honestly you never got three. That was the. That's the point you're not supposed to get to three because three one go back and then say liam. I told you what happens if i never went back front to again. And liam what happens at three one. You would always go to one two and never get to three lucky for him. He listened to listener. Wasn't you would go back and recount. It's like oh no no. No no just many did something else wrong. It's a new thing wrong so you start over you know. Start at the beginning. But i just i just love kids being kids. Yeah well now. They're not now. They're trapped a mess for eight hours a day for disease house liam dealing with the mask. It's horrible. you know what he said to me on a date. It broke my heart. I was shown a picture or something i said. Oh this is snow tubing. Maybe we should try that. It's just a picture on a website. What do you think of this town. 'cause he's kinda young and he goes where are their masks and i thought oh dear god i'm like yeah buddy you know this is This is this what we're doing that sad. I mean this gusting child abuse. Look into one of my kids cases all the friends. They lost their senior high school freshman year of college. And it's you know it. Just that part saddens me. Look i the one thing that we got right then throughout all this shane company got everything wrong. Is that the one thing that never changed his older people. If you're below seventy and you get this thing. It's ninety nine point whatever percent you're not gonna die from a may suck for a while but you're not gonna die older people preexisting conditions compromised immune system co morbidity now. Are there exceptions. Yes there are exceptions. But that was mostly st. There's a one thing that they actually. It never changed and these young kids are they're exceptions. There are rare exceptions but like the college kids that come home from school. I mean you know what it's like to try and keep mass on these kids. It's forget it they're not. I believe me. I've tried and there's only soma is only so far. You can get it anyway wholeheartedly. But i just kids It'll be forgotten it'll be long. I hope so. Because i'm telling you one thing me and lots of other parents are at our end and i've had just about enough. The lady was such a nice lady. And when i when i finally said that i kinda i totally get what you're going through. Don't worry about it. People know about our people look at me. My son takes his god. Help you if you say something conversation happening here. You don't need to look at my child. Keep going oh my gosh. That's gonna wrap things up for today herschel walker. Willie run for senate. I'm trying to lead the campaign. But don't tell leo terell at the leo terell two point. Oh laura trump will join us. Governor christie gnome dana. Lash matt gaetz and much more news. You won't get from the mob. Dvr hannity tonight nine eastern as always. Thank you for being with. We'll see you tonight. We'll see you back here tomorrow. Young 'cause grad gunned down walking his dog a young mom michelle parker vanishes after dropping off her little twins at the babysitter. Nancy grace here. Every day on crime stories we break down the biggest breaking crime knees and studied clues left behind so we can help crime victims and their families every day mission every day. Another chance to stop crying and keep one more person safe. Join us listened to crime stories with nancy. grace on the iheartradio app. Or wherever you listen to your podcasts..

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"woods" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

08:33 min | 5 months ago

"woods" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"As we heard yesterday And mentioned at the top of the program. Yesterday tiger woods turns out that he literally shattered his tip and his favor ben and ankle. I mean pretty significant injuries at needed rods and screws and and and even the doctors and others said it was a miracle that he survived. This crash You know our friend. Jim grace i mean. Twelve time emmy award winner. That tells you everything you need to know about. Our friend jim gray. He's written this great book. I read it cover to cover talking to goats. The greatest of all time likes a brady likes of muhammad ali. Mike tyson is friends with your friends. Who had tigers you. I met him when he was seven. You told me last night. I know you told me in the past and you write about in the book correct john. Thanks for having me on Known tiger virtually You know since he was just a young a youngster. Coming up on forty years He'll be forty six so thirty nine years and just so thankful today really that He survived this crash and and while his injuries are significant. There not life threatening and while the surgeries May imperil Let's seeing him play golf Anytime soon if again we just don't know but at least it's going to be able to hug his children and and and and be able to be alive and and and continue to contribute in other ways and From where we were yesterday at this time sean to where we are today Things have gotten a whole lot better. I'll thank god. And i only wish him and his family the best you know there is this dark side of the human experience that people seem to ravel almost in other people's pain when the story broke about the the accident the first time and and the dui the first time in all these stories are coming out about tiger. And i just i. I stood back i watch. I kind of stay out of people's lives that part of or portion of people's lives. But and i don't think people really understand this if you're the greatest anything really the greatest. There's enormous pressures that. I would argue and i'm not excuse making we're all responsible for our behavior choices in life and you can't blame somebody else when you make bad choices right but at the on the other end of this fame. I don't think it's cracked up to what people think. It is at number one being the best at anything. A lot of pressure that that a lot of people might not be able to relate to or understand now they're well compensated for the for the great talents that they show us either on the football field baseball field boxing. Ring up to gone or golf course. But there's there's a real underbelly of difficulties associated with all of that. All of those gifts does that make sense. You're absolutely right. And the pressure is external and internal. The external pressure is now the social media age that we live in where every single movement is documented. You're basically on camera for your entire life or you are subject to having things said about you. And people relating instances that were never published before. So you know. Every single thing that you do is being viewed through a microscope. And then it's being transmitted amplified and every pimple becomes a mountain. Then there's the internal pressure sean Tiger woods has been tormented for years by perfection. because he's touched it but he can't grab it so he's had the perfect ground. He's had the hole in one. He's had the perfect tournament. He's won fifteen majors. But he wants to do it again. And again and again so part of that torment of wanting to be perfect creates a joyless experience. So for the fourteen of the fifteen Mass major championships. It didn't look like he was having fun. Finally to come back after not having one since two thousand eight all the way till two thousand nineteen a major. He finally let everybody in. So i write in the book talking to goats how a legend became a human okay. How a legend came back and let everybody finally share in his joy share in that experience. And if you saw the fans the patrons at augusta national when he won that tournament hit the ball in in the water on twelve and on the green and the pressure and he just knew how to do it and came up there and celebrated and then hugged his son. Charley Just like hugged him. And and then he walked down to the clubhouse and everybody was lined up and he was raising his fists and high five and then he hugged his competitors used to be he resisted his competitors because they were editors now he brought them all in so everybody shared in that so there had been a change in the way that tiger had approached things having gone from the peak to the to the ultimate valley And then back up to the top so you know when we see this happened to him yesterday and you talk about pressure. Yeah there's been a lot of internal and external pressure and it's hard to live. Julius erving said this to me the great dr j. The thirty five years ago. Sean he said. Do you know anybody who is truly successful or at the very top of their profession. That doesn't have one major quirk or flaw in their personality. Wow that's such a profound thing to say. I the i say it a little differently. I i look at the the best in these industries and in going to be honest. You're the best of what you do. Also and you've had a phenomenal career. But i see a lot of the most talented people. Their blessing is there curse. And you might say well come on you got you got. I don't know planes trains. Automobiles big house blah blah blah. But there's another side of it. You know i've also learned in my life to that. I don't care who you are where you come from the. Don't go through this life. And this this transcends socio economics in every way without struggle life i believe we're all created by god. I believe in natural rights. I believe that that these gifts that we all have our god given a good education lets us flourish and and let let's that natural talent come out and then beyond that it's it's what we choose to do the choices we make thereafter and and a lot of people make a lot of bad choices in the course of their life. What when you talk about the blessing and the curse a lot of people say. Why couldn't they get that aspect of his life right. Or why did he venture off into that. Or why is she doing this. But guess what if you alter the makeup of the brilliant and the genius and you try and tone down something or change something elsewhere. Then you're not gonna have the same result in the area which you love in the area which they have excelled in the area where they are now excellent. Because if you do that then you've altered the makeup of what they are that are allowing them to achieve excellence. So you know. Everybody doesn't always have the entire package. Who does who with who who out. There isn't is perfect. Well none of us are. We all have quirks. We all have flaws. We all have works. We all make mistakes and we try and become better tomorrow than we were yesterday. So what's going on here and in every single case every every person that you profiled in your great book talking to goats greatest of all times all these incredible experiences you've had talking to the greatest athletes ever in their top of their profession. It's interesting this other side of them. I mean when you tell the story about mike. Tyson and mike tyson. When he's in jail and he sends you back this letter that he allowed you then later to reveal you to no four was a private letter or whether or not you could disclose it and he let you disclose it pretty profound well. When he was convicted of rape and he went for his sentence he wrote me a five page letter at arrived at my house inexplicably. It was opened by the indiana youth penitentiary. Because all.

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"woods" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

04:08 min | 7 months ago

"woods" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

"Hey guys welcome to another episode of wind down. I'm so excited so no one ever. That's such a trigger song bombed said no one ever so fun song We've an interesting podcast today. By the way that was an interesting start we can cut it. Just trying to get it you give you something. We have an interesting podcast today. We have rachel uchitel on today. She is one of tiger's mistresses tiger woods. Yes i feel like he kind of like a one name. Or it's like oprah you'd never know listeners are primarily the other tiger. Our listeners are primarily female. who's the other tiger. But that's okay see exactly. There's only one tiger tiger king who thought. Oh i mean. I would say who the what's the guy's name joe exotic But anyways so this is going to be interesting. I yeah all right. Here's a scoop. This is gonna suck for janai. It's gonna be green. It's going to be uncomfortable. But you'll love that so you welcome welcome. No so we're gonna talk to her. We're going to ask some questions that might even make you as a listener squirm. It's gonna sure as hell make us squirm But you know here's the thing is at the at the end of the day. John and i know we're in a better place now than we have been for years in the past and we're going to still be professional about it and address address things in you know. Make the most of it just for you know a learning situation for all of us. Yeah i mean. I yeah i it stinks. Because of course things come up and things. It's and i think one of things that i have a hard time with is like oh why are we in mike through the mud again or bringing it back up. But it's like this is. This is our story. Unfortunately this one's going to bring up our story a little bit more But it just it. It sucks for both sucks for you it's x. for me But i feel like it's interesting. Because i remember i had a conversation since we're going there. Let's just go there completely. Ida conversation with one of your affair girls. And i remember asking her. Did you not even think about me. Like even after he found out who i was. And i was pregnant. And i was married. Like didn't like and that's my. That's my issue with girls like rachel. Did you not think of me. The wife and like how that would gut me like. i understand. no. I know and same thing for the husband like why don't you think of me too. I know it's two people to tango and it's not just her fall and it's not just tigers fall. It's both of them you know. It's equally their faults. But you know. I know it's the same question like why wouldn't you think of me then. The woman to i'm a woman like don't you know that you're killing another woman right now. What do you think vic- mark coming on. Well i feel like there is a tendency sometimes and i'm not sure what the psychological element this is but it does seem to be a tendency to blame the woman almost more than the man in some of these situations not talking about your picks situation specifically but it does seem like she she receives the ir they do. Repeal anger goes to her where he's just done guy who did a stupid thing but women need to stick together. They betrayed like that No i totally hear you on that. I mean i..

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"woods" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

Horror Fictional and True Stories

05:33 min | 7 months ago

"woods" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

"My real mother very young in appearance. She must have been at least in a mid twenties at the time. I didn't get a chance to know. My father informed me that she died when i was too young to remember only recognize different photos. I've seen lying around. I wasn't until i was old enough that my father explained the death was in fact a mud. Some crazy loon broken into their apartment. Shutter didn't really like to speak about it. And i didn't blame him because there's feelings. I never pressed him more about a camera. In the movie sat fixated without shaking given the assumption that it was on a stand soon after my father appeared from behind the camera to join our on the ground. He too was young in appearance. Strange to see them this way wrote about a small amount of laughed from me. They both seem to have their eyes fixated on something. It wasn't until my dad adjusted the camera that i could see that something was me there. I was younger version of myself. Checking the time stamp on the screen confounded was one year old. I watched in awe as my younger self hobbled around curiously grabbing. Small things around the apartment occasionally he would render a smile to my parents whenever they caught out my name in a soft tone. The moment was nice until the screen went to complete static. The sound was a little distorted but it was clear. The video was not over. I can make out what sounded like a knock off in the audio but wasn't sure entirely. My dad return just as this happened and went over to the television casting at it. He finally ejected the dvd in popped in a new on informing us that the rest of the tape must have been too bad before the full record yet. We didn't let that hinder the moment and prepare ourselves. The next disk loaded up. After a long evening of laughing and mario younger images on the home movies. We decided to call tonight. We said good nice with my stepmother promising to console big breakfast tomorrow. Moi back downstairs and changed into my djaama's eventually laying on my opened Hi there for a couple of minutes just smiling to myself. Still thinking about the videos. Other times i'd had while growing up without realizing it. I found myself asleep now..

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"woods" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

Horror Fictional and True Stories

04:48 min | 7 months ago

"woods" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

"Of them ambushing with hugs while releasing a barrage of questions about how everything was going in my life. And i haven't even got to the best part home-cooked meal and by these thoughts. I quickly packed up a few things toothbrush. Close one night thousand anything else. I thought i might need for second. I thought about giving them a quick heads up call to let them know. I was coming but refrained thinking it would be better. If my visit was unannounced. After my car was loaded. I pulled out. My apartment. area began the dry as expected. The sun had advani peaked beyond the horizon. Drive itself was smooth and fluent with barely any other cars on the road. Just the way i liked as early as it might have seemed to some people. My parents were early birds. They got up at the crack of dawn to maximize day taking care of small things. He's cutting grass morning runs errands in so didn't take me long before i reach my hometown. I was met with the familiar setting rendering old memories. Almost every angle. I can recall. Some event from my life or growing up wasn't until i look in the rear mirror that i noticed i had a smile pressed on my feigns. There's no hiding. I guess that was happy to be home eventually. I reached my neighborhood turning onto the street where my parents live from the distance. I could see the house at the far end the riots. I drove down the street. Glossing left and rights attempting to see if old neighbors was still present thou just mcgladdery. I could recognize what house. He's had new people in which ones heads familiar faces. Hardly a few actually up and outside one person in particular was mr harris. He was infamous for always attending his young mainly seeing cutting his grass and did so in a full jumpsuit. Regardless of our hot or cold weather shifted vaguely resembled. The ones prisoners would wear except it was navy blue instead of bright orange. I raised my parents house and park next to the mailbox. The driveway have my dance carney. My stepmother's car was usually kept inside the garage since it was a new vehicle. Thousand south was fairly big. It was two stories with all white siding. The made up his exterior had burgundy shutters to accompany each window a decent sized porsche with.

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"woods" Discussed on Get Sleepy

Get Sleepy

06:15 min | 9 months ago

"woods" Discussed on Get Sleepy

"woods" Discussed on Get Sleepy

Get Sleepy

10:31 min | 9 months ago

"woods" Discussed on Get Sleepy

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"woods" Discussed on A Woman in the Woods Podcast

A Woman in the Woods Podcast

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"woods" Discussed on A Woman in the Woods Podcast

"As part of this podcast I would love love to hear from all of you. especially how spending time in the outdoors in nature has impacted your own lives. I want this to to become a back and forth conversation between all of us because I believe it is extremely important for us to not only connect with each other but to begin. Begin to support an advocate for the preservation of those special spaces in this planet that are in danger of disappearing on our watch at the end of each episode. I will put a question out there for you to to ponder and you can email or call in to record your answer. I plan to incorporate some of those responses into the weekly episodes in order to shape and enhance our ongoing conversation so for this week the question is straightforward. How has spending time in the outdoors in nature impacted your life and you can email your response to tracy at a woman in the woods dot com or you can call and leave your recorded responses? What's directly from your computer or mobile device through speak pipe by going to speak pipe dot com slash? A woman in the woods. It's you can find both this week's question the email and the speak pipe link in the show notes below or in my most most recent blog post on my website at a woman in the woods dot com Thank you for this thing. You can follow a woman in the woods through Apple podcasts. spotify tune in radio or through through a search on your favorite podcast APP for more information visit woman in the woods dot com. If you would like to support this podcast or any of my other there are district endeavors. You can find me on Patriae on the link to my Patriot pages in the episode notes or on my website so until we meet again get yourself outdoors and nature and enjoy.

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"woods" Discussed on A Woman in the Woods Podcast

A Woman in the Woods Podcast

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"woods" Discussed on A Woman in the Woods Podcast

"As part of this podcast I would love love to hear from all of you. especially how spending time in the outdoors in nature has impacted your own lives. I want this to to become a back and forth conversation between all of us because I believe it is extremely important for us to not only connect with each other but to begin. Begin to support an advocate for the preservation of those special spaces in this planet that are in danger of disappearing on our watch at the end of each episode. I will put a question out there for you to to ponder and you can email or call in to record your answer. I plan to incorporate some of those responses into the weekly episodes in order to shape and enhance our ongoing conversation so for this week the question is straightforward. How has spending time in the outdoors in nature impacted your life and you can email your response to tracy at a woman in the woods dot com or you can call and leave your recorded responses? What's directly from your computer or mobile device through speak pipe by going to speak pipe dot com slash? A woman in the woods. It's you can find both this week's question the email and the speak pipe link in the show notes below or in my most most recent blog post on my website at a woman in the woods dot com Thank you for this thing. You can follow a woman in the woods through Apple podcasts. spotify tune in radio or through through a search on your favorite podcast APP for more information visit woman in the woods dot com. If you would like to support this podcast or any of my other there are district endeavors. You can find me on Patriae on the link to my Patriot pages in the episode notes or on my website so until we meet again get yourself outdoors and nature and enjoy.

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"woods" Discussed on A Woman in the Woods Podcast

A Woman in the Woods Podcast

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"woods" Discussed on A Woman in the Woods Podcast

"As part of this podcast I would love love to hear from all of you. especially how spending time in the outdoors in nature has impacted your own lives. I want this to to become a back and forth conversation between all of us because I believe it is extremely important for us to not only connect with each other but to begin. Begin to support an advocate for the preservation of those special spaces in this planet that are in danger of disappearing on our watch at the end of each episode. I will put a question out there for you to to ponder and you can email or call in to record your answer. I plan to incorporate some of those responses into the weekly episodes in order to shape and enhance our ongoing conversation so for this week the question is straightforward. How has spending time in the outdoors in nature impacted your life and you can email your response to tracy at a woman in the woods dot com or you can call and leave your recorded responses? What's directly from your computer or mobile device through speak pipe by going to speak pipe dot com slash? A woman in the woods. It's you can find both this week's question the email and the speak pipe link in the show notes below or in my most most recent blog post on my website at a woman in the woods dot com Thank you for this thing. You can follow a woman in the woods through Apple podcasts. spotify tune in radio or through through a search on your favorite podcast APP for more information visit woman in the woods dot com. If you would like to support this podcast or any of my other there are district endeavors. You can find me on Patriae on the link to my Patriot pages in the episode notes or on my website so until we meet again get yourself outdoors and nature and enjoy.

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"woods" Discussed on A Woman in the Woods Podcast

A Woman in the Woods Podcast

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"woods" Discussed on A Woman in the Woods Podcast

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"woods" Discussed on A Woman in the Woods Podcast

A Woman in the Woods Podcast

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"woods" Discussed on A Woman in the Woods Podcast

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"woods" Discussed on A Woman in the Woods Podcast

A Woman in the Woods Podcast

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"woods" Discussed on A Woman in the Woods Podcast

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"woods" Discussed on Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"woods" Discussed on Dateline NBC

"Tom Clayton. Stood accused of hiring a hitman to kill his wife and Kelly's family and friends once love. Tom I'm like son and brother. We're trying to process the idea that he might be a killer. The betrayal and the confusion. You don't know what to think it the fear just because nothing is making sense and you try to make sense of something. That's not logical this has been such a betrayal of someone someone that's been in our lives for a number of years. Were you trying to give him the benefit of the doubt at all. I want to say there was no looking back. I I believe he was involved. If Kelly sister had any doubt about Tom's guilt it was a race when she saw him in court for the first time I was there air at his bail hearing he bulletproof vest on shackles. No emotion. He doesn't look he doesn't cry and he gets out on two hundred and fifty thousand dollars cash. Bail that's pretty low and he's been out ever percents and he seemed determined to profess his innocence to anyone who'd listen he said I'd like to tell my story I said I really don't WanNa hear. I don't WanNA got any more evolved and he's like partially crying and he's saying you know I wouldn't do. That months. Went by as the state prepared the case ace against each man Michael Beard was the first to go to trial in court. He recanted his confession and changed his account of the murder but prosecutor Weeden wet. More said evidence put beard at the crime scene his DNA was found where she had fled after being stuck in the head with the murder weapon. It took jurors only seven hours to convict him. They Jerry Finds Michael Beard guilty of what the prosecution is calling a murder for hire steam. If beards case had been a slam dunk for investigators. Tom Clayton's would be anything but the prosecutor knew he couldn't use beer to testify against Tom. They even if he came forward and said I wanNA testify now. He had lied. So many times headlight at his own trial. Beard had changed his story so much at his own trial that he wouldn't have been a credible witness. Thomas lawyer pounced on that telling reporters that beard acted on his own. This is purely Mr beards. Doing what we do know is it. Mr Clayton had nothing to do with the death of his wife and Tom's lawyer didn't stop. Stop Michael Beard. He went after the investigators. He said they had tunnel vision when it came to his client. He said you'll hear you'll hear it in the body cam video it has been. The lawyer believed everything that followed in the investigation. Had I've been poisoned. He was simply just being wrongfully accused. And police. Just rush to judgement and that therefore led to an incomplete investigation and in fact. Investigators never found evidence that Tom paid beard for a hit. As far as Tom Clayton there was no conversation overheard there was no money money exchanging hands. You couldn't even use the confession from Michael Beard so there were a lot of things you didn't have right but if you look at Thomas Clayton's conduct. He never mentioned Michael Beard. Everybody says Michael Beard should be an immediate suspect. He never mentioned Michael Beer to the police to me. That's there's there's a reason for that as they prepare for trial investigators cap digging. They discovered a flurry of calls and texts in the weeks. Leading up to the a crime Clayton was contacting beard saying hey we have to meet. Hey he was getting him a bicycle so he was having these clandestine meetings. Investigators also pulled surveillance footage from outside Tom's business. They believed this was video. Proof of a conspiracy. That's beard appeared. They say in a red truck that Tom loaned him just hours before the murder. And that's Tom Following in his green. Serve pro truck. We also know that during that time period beer turned his phone off. Turn it on turn it off again. Why do you think he did that? The inference to be drawn from that is These guys are. I'm not that naive. They know that there's a possibility being tracked with their phones. Then after the murder the video shows what looks like beard returning to Tom's business to drop off the truck. There are its headlights entering the lot. And investigators believe that's beard getting on the bike. Tom gave him pedaling doing away. Under the cover of darkness but trial four-time Clayton is now set to begin. The courtroom was packed. As Tom's trial began. I have never been in such a tents anxious atmosphere the courtroom was typically tense throughout the entire trial but as far as anxiety was concerned. I have never been in a room that was filled with so much anxiety. The only one who didn't seem tense to the reporter was the defendant himself. He saw Tom Clayton smiling. And kidding around with family members his lawyer though was on the attack he told the jury how investigators had immediately immediately labeled Thomas Killer on the night of the murder. I think you'd actor and the defense said investigators refuse to change their minds. Even after it was clear your Michael Beard was the one who beat Kelly to death. The defense had basically alluded to the fact that there is a psychosis in Michael Beard. And they he out of just hates and revenge against Thomas and other bosses went to the house at night with the intent of stealing and taking money me and chill Kelly in the process. The prosecution said that was nonsense. Michael Beard had no reason to murder Kelly unless he was sent there by the defendant. Tom Clayton the state called. Linda Miller to testify. She recounted how Tom Borrowed her phone and then deleted the number. He dialed never dreaming. She do her own detective work. You really connected the dots get the police to this this moment. Yeah she did a good. Finally the prosecutor said he knew why. Tom Wanted his wife dead. He called Kelly's niece molly to the stand. He just told me a lot of stuff about their relationship. Molly told the jury about the summer. She worked for her uncle Tom. She said he talked a lot about his marriage that he wasn't in love with her anymore. Kelly was very lazy and he told me about him trying like sleep with other women and that he was sleeping with other women and he told me that he was getting closer to divorce. He just wanted to be done. The prosecutor told the jury. This was Tom's motive. He wanted to get rid of his wife but keep everything else I think he was concerned that his wife if they went through a divorce divorced that she probably would get everything and this was an opportunity just to start the millers listened and wondered how they could be so wrong about their old friend Tom Clayton or we didn't obviously know until the trial of the affairs of stuff. You really didn't know Tom at all it correct correct. That's the scary part. After seven weeks the case went to the jury Kelly sister and the prosecutor braced least themselves but not for long. It took jurors just six hours to make their decision as they filed back into the courtroom room. The reporter noticed a change in Tom Clayton. That was really the first time that I saw his face. That you you got. The sense of this guy finally knew that. Oh God I could go to prison for life. Depending on what they're about to say and then they sent it guilty of first degree murder outside the courthouse. There were tears lots of them. Thank you I think I believe justice was done here today. I do Tom. Clayton was sentenced to life without a parole Michael. Beard has already begun serving a life sentence..

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"woods" Discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts

30 For 30 Podcasts

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"woods" Discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts

"To be able to have have come from where I was too. I mean that was the best probably the best race of my life. I retired from from biathlon in spring of nineteen eighty six. At that time in my life I really needed space. I needed time away. Carry moved to Colorado to attend vet school. One Passion would replace another. She might have tried to stick it out if women's biathlon had been in the Olympics. But that wouldn't happen for another six years by that time. She and most of her contemporaries had moved on in. The Sun is coming up the burs tweeting so beautiful day. It went for a lovely run yesterday with my dog rudy and as I was running along enjoying the beautiful air you're the smells of sprang listening to the birds. I was just amazed at how strong in my body is. I was able to run without any pain and just enjoy the moment. She's grateful for those days but there are others were. Her past is more present. She often has trouble sleeping. Shrapnel left by the gunshot wound shows up every year when she has her mammogram and scar. Tissue Still Inflames the nerves on her right side. It's especially bad when I am exerting myself which is a problem because I'm always exerting myself I feel it at least once a week. There are more subtle reminders. unders to when Kerry goes hiking she counts the cars at the trail head. I Know How many people I've met on the trail. I look for shoeprints events in the mud so I know is there anybody ahead of me still after all these people I've seen come back. Is there still trucks going in the same direction than I am. The sound of a helicopter still elicits fear and takes her back to the day when she was rescued she feels a powerful urged to flee when someone even playfully early grabs her wrist. And it's only recently that she's embraced the site of the full moon which illuminated the worst night of her life. Full moons are beautiful. They're gorgeous and so just about three weeks ago I was sitting out in the hot tub and as a beautiful clear night and full moon lustful woman we had and my dad passed away about three years ago. So I was sitting in the hot tub looking at this moon on my kindle. What Dad wonder okay? As a long term survivor of trauma carry understands that something to be managed not a raced really Aiko through most of my life not even thinking about it for moving on. It was a combination of things. It's not just time it's time but it's also a lot of work a Lotta work with counselors a lot of meditation. Tation medication has helped me in. It still does With sleep in with depression and who knows I may have had that problem even without this incident. I don't know at fifty. Eight Kerry still has an athlete's drive to keep moving every day out for early morning. Lock Nice chilly morning. She still thinks of her. Daily outings is training sessions. She does everything that a high cadence another Glorious Day in the mountains of Montana. I I just don't Capt of huckleberry hiking sweating breathing hard my goodness beautiful beautiful trillium glacier lilies. She spends her winters skiing and her summers hiking and camping on horseback with girlfriends. Laureus date. It'd be out she's taken up ballroom condensing and she's active with local biathlon club. Okay I have to stop. There's some beautiful pink trillion Mahathir. Take a picture see if I can get a beautiful picture every once in a while someone. She's just met. We'll ask her if she's that Kari Swenson she doesn't hesitate anymore. She says yes..

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"woods" Discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts

30 For 30 Podcasts

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"woods" Discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts

"The media's always interested in what kind of people would do this. What is their background? So there was a I think there were a lot of stories about them because there were a lot of people eager to tell L. Their story my name is Carol Van Valkenburgh. I may professor emeritus at the University of Montana. School of Journalism. Carol grew up in Montana on Tanna and followed Carey story she remembers the coverage slanting heavily toward the Nichols but understand. Why the Swenson's were cautious about trying to respond? I'm sure that they probably were not that interested in talking to the media. I think you know in that circumstance. What what do you have to defend your you know? I think you want to probably distance yourself from having to discuss. What a traumatic nick thing? That was both carry and for her family. The trials for the Nichols were set for May and July of nineteen eighty five in Virginia city a preserved frontier town that looked like something out of a Western movie. As Kerry prepared to confront the Nichols the fable of the mountain men continued to dominate carry. Carrie had become a bit player in her own. Very real drama. One of the strangest news stories came from Montana. It involves kidnapping and murder. And one of this country's the most enduring legends that of the IT began like a fairy tale. A beautiful girl on a sunset run in the Spanish peaks but waiting in the woods for for Kari Swenson were two men a father and a young lonely son..

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"woods" Discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts

30 For 30 Podcasts

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"woods" Discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts

"By the fall of nineteen eighty-four carry had built up enough strength to go to biathlon training camps. It still hurt to run. It still hurt to ski. She was afraid to be alone but she kept pushing her limits. One year ago Kerry Swanson was the best female flight and the history the United States. She was kidnapped. The good news is she has returned to competition. We were all impressed with how fast carry had had gotten back to being in in really good get physical shape that I believe had been her best way of recovering. Both mentally and physically is they're always paying when you're doing something athletic. I have paint constantly no matter what I'm doing it's it's always there. I may have pain the rest of my life. Yes Carrie was determined to compete. But she didn't hold out much hope for winning anything however when the results were in from this year's National Biathlon Championships Kerry Swinson had finished third overall and first in the five-kilometer competition. I missed the camaraderie and I wasn't going to Just sit around and not do anything I just part of me was Wasn't GonNa let this define who I was as Kerry started to reclaim her identity. As an athlete the two men who had so violently altered her life were flushed from the woods in December. After five months on on the run the Nichols were founded a campsite less than two miles from the highway that stretches between Norris and Bozeman name is Bob and as I was a reporter order for the Associated Press in Helena Bob Anez had been covering this story from the moment. Carrie was kidnapped. He was struck by the growing media. Fixation on molding the story into some kind of Western saga rather than treating it as a brutal crime. The way the Nichols were captured only added to the hype. Madison County. Sheriff of John France tipped off by an area rancher ventured into the Bear Trap Canyon on snowmobile yesterday afternoon alone on his snowmobile. Went up there without any backup or anything initially Shauwie snowmobile was probably a metaphor for a horse. Where you have the sheriff riding into the gangs camp in taking them without a shot? I raised my rifle right about here yell at him not to do anything foolish. I said please don't make me kill you in the middle of the tonight. I get calls because of the time difference from news outlets in Europe. And they would want to do over the telephone interviews with me and and what I gleaned from it was. They had this fascination with the wild west still and the concept of mountain men abducting somebody to make her are the bride of one of them and to live with him in the mountains was so exotic so outlandish that it played into that concept of the wild west West. And when I do these interviews in the middle of the night. That's dawned on me that this had repercussions that went far beyond Montana and for beyond the United on States. And that's where that's where it really morphed into something more than I was expecting. The authorities have often portrayed nichols and his son as dangerous and violent. Those who know the pair say they're not monsters not cold blooded killers. His mind is a the criminal.

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