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"marfa" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Jack I love Texas beautiful state and Marfa lights is pretty famous long standing mystery triple compra we've heard those stories for a long time all any thoughts call somebody to put up and I think you got the you guessed it already touched on it as it's obviously the stories from folklore to bid for the huge black dog with large flaming red eyes I suppose the red eyes the only similarity because it's the size and you guessed it took some not that these things seem much bigger what's interesting is that these cryptid sightings double bucket book deal go back into folklore on the line I'm honestly believe that would be great if we're not we're not dealing with a very real phenomena and probably the closest thing that we're ever going to get the proof of this well myself anyway is the light forms because they are documented all over the world and that if you if you dig deep you find that the other phenomena is always present when the lights are present yeah it seems like the light server technology with these cryptids and mutilations are might be something else we're going west of the Rockies dina Diana in Hawaii good morning I thank you for taking my car sure I'm wondering if on if you think that these unexplained cattle mutilations could be like a food source for the aliens like why would this be happening good question I wouldn't have thought of food source because unless he's unless it's a blowout and I'm not gonna say aliens either Diana because I don't know what you know what I've got to really don't know what's responsible there's a lack of blood with the primary there's no main organs on the taken and if there's any organs taken X. rays the letter and then obviously the eyes and the ears of being taken but usually there's no there's no main main main source taken so I think something to do with the both of them that that's a possibility other than that I don't know what the motives after the killings it's very own predatory like let's put it that way thanks you know you mentioned about the liver so is that pretty much in all these cases or that's unusual no it isn't it isn't it wasn't there the the the liquid and a little slice I know the document of sent you didn't have the pictures but we would this was pictures accompanying a second probably send you some pictures Georgian villages will slice so you know we it didn't look like it'd be a bit and I know this is my chance to talk about people believe that it's happening it's graphic you know so no no this was a member of the marine base animals without models are being killed the power points he sort of spells absolutely fell victim to another field altogether then because we realize that it truly is a phenomenal repeats the same intelligence and I'm absolutely call in intelligence and creature concept that we don't know what it is that's responsible for these deaths I try to get one more call in we're going to Dave in New York on the wildcard line hi Dave good morning warning first of all about it I live out in the in the mornings or whatever and then a blizzard was calm and I had to get my wife's car they'll about six hundred feet away from our house or whatever and you know I had one of those when I got out of the carpet the walk back that I had one of those had like things on it you know it's right right it's been a stroke lead on it sh daily you know the boys are severity when it you know you got the light on you basically she's both legs but I could see the deer hunter my right about a heartbeat away from what was forty feet away from it which was eight feet tall at least the end the you know I I looked at it and its size look back at me right white which I've never seen before all the analysts remained with the never that type of thing and it could have been some type of reflection of the light on them and I looked away because I didn't want to see what I saw and I get it Francona I looked again and it was still there and it seemed to be enjoying he noted senator whatever but I got the sense you know what I was looking at it said basically to meet someone on the help you want to say it but you know don't push it L. Dave Dave we're about out of time I'm gonna ask pulled over react to that but yeah well I think what he's saying is that these things are actually exhibiting some kind of intelligence towards isn't that isn't always know that there actually is the complete what what thinking the note because you know don't push it you know that but it's not a dead doing if not animal like a small credit you like it's theirs and there's an intelligence that's almost human audible human yeah it's kind of trickster and and intimidating at times Paul Sinclair great to have you here or so many other cases said that you've investigated that we did not get the cover but we'll have you back again I hope people will check out your website and take a look at the books and there's a lot of video as I said on on line and it was a pleasure to speak to you finally George thank you very much it's been a pleasure we'll be in touch thanks also to my guest Cheryl Custer to my colleagues there a coast Michael.
"marfa" Discussed on Wow In the World
"Their family members to phone and MARFA mouth when she was a bank me. Oh that's true. I didn't grow teeth until I was four. Well when you think about it I guess it's not all that out of the ordinary. I mean. There are actually a lot of animals that do this like bees. They regurgitate nectar for the other bees in the family. High and penguins regurgitate food into the mouths of their baby chicks. Reggie says that his mom used to bar food into his mouth when he was just a little squabble. Oh that now but what Dr Carter and his team discovered was that these bats will not only barf up blood into the mouths of their family members but and this is kind of the butt of the whole study. These researchers found that vampire bats will sometimes share their hard earned blood BARF with bats who are not part of their family stranger and the post office want and shave in Naven. Thank me these days are so rude. So let me get this straight. We know that vampire bats will share their blood meals with other bats in their family So what would make them share their blood meals outside of the family especially if it meant less for themselves. Well that's what Dr Carter and his team wanted to find out. Oh yeah so. What did they do? Well they decided to set up an experiment. Oh My love a good experiment so I the researchers set up their own version of a tree hollow in.
August ends with another mass shooting in Texas
"In west texas axis are investigating the nation's third major mass shooting in less than a month mitch borden of marfa public radio's reports drivers and pedestrians fidesz strands were terrorized by gunman driving through odessa yesterday afternoon at least five or dead twin have been injured after a lone gunman drove through desecrating seemingly at random the mass shooting began after a failed traffic stop or a white male in his thirties opened fire with a rifle onto officers one of whom was left injured. The shooter was killed in a local movie theater after exchanging gunfire with police odessa. Police are scheduled to hold a news conference in about an hour in the meantime. Police are searching for motive. The
"marfa" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Firefighter on high tension Robert living in Texas Marfa Texas and she is the author of savage appetites for true stories of women crime an obsession and she's been an award winning journalist for a while and it's nice to have you with this Rachel are you there yeah I'm here can you hear me I can now nice to have you with us so I'm you everywhere you have written about four true stories and and tell us how you pick to these women and why well this whole project started out with my own curiosity about myself to be honest I I didn't quite understand why side I like to think of myself as a as a pretty nice peaceful nonviolent person and yet the stories that I found myself turning to again and again with these stories of of violence and crime and I just really ate them up and I didn't quite understand what that meant about me and I also noticed that this was the case for a lot of my friends and my mother too yeah what I I'm like right particularly I love some of those I mean some of those magazines stories I'm like twenty twenty and dateline I'm like fascinated right you get drawn in and yeah and yeah had an effect on me in a way that other kind of story didn't like I would stay up all night and you know hours would go by you just really go down the rabbit hole and so for the book I wanted him to not just think about myself because think about other women in particular who had had it down been compelled in a similar way in and the women that I write about or maybe like a an extreme example of what I'm talking about but some of the extreme example I think teacher can teach you how did you how did you pick only for I mean out of all the women how how with what were these for like for you well I was looking for for women who each took a different approach because I found that when I was researching the book that there were a lot of different reasons and a lot of different factors that that drew women to the stories of of crime aware of murder or something and so I wanted to make sure I had a wide swath of people for the women they stand the past century really they come from very different places some of them are on a quest for justice some of them are fascinated by the murders themselves some of them are are really honorable some of them are like maybe a little creepier I I just wanted to make sure I was I was catching all the different facets of yeah yeah the topic what and did you have any in from reading the region from doing the research and reading everything in all of the the the research that went behind the the work that you that you find the right about do you have any conclusions why we're so obsessed with these stories well on the one hand I think it's human nature be drawn to these stories their stories of extremes they're the things that we most fear probably in our lives and and there's a certain charisma I thank you here but I think particularly for women it there's a real diversity of reasons and an overlapping reasons but I think a lot of women that I spoke with have maybe their own experience of trauma or somebody close to them have had something happen to them and and they're drawn to the stories of the way to kind of think about our works through thing to happen to them yeah yeah and will there be a part two it sounds like there might be I mean there are certainly plenty of stories to go around but as to be honest I'm I think I need a little bit of a of a mental break from from crime stories for at that so I had my next the next thing I'm working on it about wine about wine yes okay is that going to be a a novel or what I would do you think no just a magazine article okay and you do a lot of that as well you do a lot of writing for many magazines including The New Yorker in the Atlantic esquire New York magazine Texas monthly and many of them and so do you like doing articles verses of the book what was that like well that's a really good question I I think in some ways I am very easily distracted so I I like be really immersed in one subject for a few weeks or a few months and then I can move on to something entirely different and you know this month all I wanna do is talk about wind that if you talk to you six months ago would be all I wanted to talk to you about forensic science that kind of suit my brain being able to hop around and learn about a bunch of diverse subjects but it's it's really fun to read about you just thinking about one thing for a long time you have to just really love what you're writing about yeah you do absolutely and believe me I I I was part of an anthology many years ago and talking is much easier for me not true for everybody for sure yeah yeah so I I'm just curious though that this this book for stories of women crime an obsession the when we see stories I'd I just saw on something the other night that there's a podcaster I can't think of his name do you know who I'm talking about he takes the stories in has a quarter of a million people listening every week there are so many of these podcasts there really wildly popular and I think that's what's driving what what people call right what's happening right now is the true crime boom and so much of it is happening and podcast is really interesting meeting with the yeah just drug people and their needs and the mysteries I think and the mystery yes yes you are they say the reviews are that no one writes about crime like Rachel Monroe who brings her subject a a profound emotional you're seeing grasp of fixation and precise sort of beauty that never glamorizes but always illuminates and savage appetites she shows crime obsession to be an equally idiosyncratic irresistible subject full of treachery and full of thrills it's not easy to write about crime without glamorizing it and said that yeah I'm happy when people tell me that that that's what was your favorite out of the four stories who's your favorite one hello I I love them all in different ways that I think are in some ways the the first story which is the most historical one about a woman in France with less nearly she was a a wealthy woman who was very fortunate in many ways you for a very wealthy family but her father disapproved of her getting an education so she was never she was never able to to work and what's expected to just be a socialite and then when she was much like in her fifties and sixties she came into her inheritance and became self educated and forensic science which we all now know from the SI and things like that but at the time it was a brand new science and she became a real expert cutting edge expert in really and influential force people call her the mother frantic science sometime and that was all just a self trained fascination she's really inspirational I mean do you think that this could right now you know these true stories are making appearances everywhere do you think that this these four stories could become a little series I don't see why not you tell all the television producers that you know oh my gosh I would think so I would think that that your essays about murder I mean I think this could be a whole new genre for you Rachel yeah well it's interesting it's a new way to talk about murder not necessarily talking about the crimes themselves but the people who become obsessed with the crimes and and twined with the crime and and and then become part of the story themselves out to I'm really interested in I find the stories to be at the end sometimes so frustrating for me as a viewer because unlike the last one that I just watched a few weeks ago I was really upset that this woman was convicted when it was so obvious to me that she was when she was innocent and the guy that's doing this podcast whose name I I'm sorry to say I can't remember agreed and took it on and the innocent projects people are now involved in new lawyers and I mean it was so blatantly obvious that this woman physically couldn't do it so I I'm glad that there's there's more wonderful stories behind so that we can.
"marfa" Discussed on WEEI
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"marfa" Discussed on WEEI
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"marfa" Discussed on WEEI
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"marfa" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
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"marfa" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
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"marfa" Discussed on One Two Review
"God good memories i have a new found love for so many songs that night but man party in the usa now has such a new meaning to me i liked jailbreak oh yeah i remember that when he's saying that carry okay all right well that's not one of my memories two of my favorite memories here will say that time that do you remember that time luca lost in goodwill we're all they're looking for mugs and we couldn't find yeah i mean to be fair i don't think it was that was the biggest goodwill i've ever been in we were in marfa texas at goodwill i was so scared guys it was super big house the changing room you weren't scared you're is huge it's like bigger than my apartment so i don't blame you and it's filled with stuff right and it's filled with great stuff that you still wanna shop here's one that just happened last week and i'm kind of embarrassed i hope he might if i bring us up but remember when we of thought we invented bread like mixed of ingredients again their goals started to rise near like this is cool consistently seals but in the oven and then we had this food stuff came we ate it that was all i can say is i'm glad we figured out that it was bread and we didn't have to have someone tell us what we were doing because i mean we will will bear our souls to that want to review users let them know that we're just human but man to just get that just have someone tell you off the streets it was ready to call the pats.
"marfa" Discussed on The Dinner Party Download
"A filmmaker who travels with her academic has been to the artist enclave of marfa texas where she becomes sexuallyobsessed with a macho cowboy artist named yes dick play by kevin bacon mind you that's right when we met i ask catherine what about the book grabbed her interest i had never heard of that if of course i was immediately to onto the title picked up and devoured at and i was so blown away by the voight crisscrosses voices so unapologetic and fearless and messy and maddening complicated and selfsabotaging and patti and passionate and it was all of it as an actor he just wanted chulan so i would say it would the thing that attracted me the most was this woman the elephants voight arthur the character which is not an easy character to play because for all the reasons mentioned yeah but she's also she's going through basically every crisis a measurable she's got a midlife crisis go and just got an artist crisis going raise gotta her marriage is in crisis so her identity is kind of fluid what was your foothold on this character whose changing basically from the moment we meter yeah yeah when we first me i mean it's such an embarrassing set of circumstances that we find or in at the beginning like yet like you said she's financially dependent her husband like i think as an artist she is always she had really great taste but that she never could quite make you know what i mean so the stuff always felt really pretentious had not good that she's making a crap can save out and she knows it but she's jealous and petty of other women fell may exceeds to amass and her marriage is coaldependent tightly fused but like for sure the sexual energy has gone and so what part of that were you able to grab hold on there i understand understand anything.
"marfa" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Rush limbaugh the afternoon or morning within on your location here on the eib network back to the phones there says marfa in arlington virginia van glad you called martha great to have you here who thank you for taking my call you bad it's my pleasure i with hitting a car on started with you talk as you're reading wanted to play for power of her and her comments on republican you can be so much more moderate in the next in iraq yep eight here made my wife oil because it we could have everything bed liberal you your turn an every around and i wanted to you as a perfect example of both arkan the point of our culture has been hijacked so hard by what they now even and it would like a hell of a han on at eu it took me moderate known gain hip even a new coq grass right now in now him rockefeller and how him up to a liberal today they would say oh my gosh a are so i'm educated and they're not po tracking move you you know the point you're trying to make here eminence intriguing len i just wanted to say point if you were walking out of all out and in an an era and it with the yard line wh where i bet cultural war or if you were working quite on narrows down at home yard rommel and we've only got a 10yard on our others tried an end it it hold only the on ramp hi to compare every like it apple apple not i'm trying to compare our culture.