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Two Week Notice
#134: Travis Stever (Coheed and Cambria / L.S. Dunes)

Two Week Notice

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 75:15


Travis Stever is the lead guitarist and co-founder of Coheed and Cambria. He also plays guitar in L.S. Dunes. On this episode, we discuss early tour memories, touring logistics, self deprecation, the term super group, the formation of L.S. Dunes, the Coheed cruise, jobs Travis held before becoming a full-time musician, and much more. Catch L.S. Dunes on tour in Europe, now! 27.01.23 Glasgo, Scotland 28.01.23 Camden, UK 29.01.23 Manchester, UK 30.01.23 Birmingham, UK 01.02.23 Amsterdam, NL 02.02.23 Paris, FR 03.02.23 Koln, DE 04.02.23 Berlin, DE 05.02.23 Prague, CZ *Also catch L.S. Dunes on select dates during Sad Summer Festival 2023* Catch Coheed & Cambria on a full U.S. tour in 2023 as they perform: No World For Tomorrow in full Plus a strong mix from A Window of the Waking Mind with very special guests: DEAFHEAVEN ON SALE Friday 1/27 @10am www.coheedandcambria.com/tour Instagram handles: Travis Stever: @travstever Coheed and Cambria: @coheed L.S. Dunes: @lsdunes Two Minutes to Late Night Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter: @twominutestolatenight Two Week Notice Podcast partners: www.piebald.com Furnace Fest - for tickets & more info, visit https://www.furnacefest.us/ Follow Furnace Fest on Instagram: @furnacefest & @furnace_fest_community Go to www.plugyourholes.com and enter the code "TWNPOD" at checkout for a 15% discount Ways to support the Two Week Notice Podcast: Follow Dana on Instagram: @danafuggenb Follow the podcast on Instagram: @twoweeknoticepodcast iPhone users - give the show a 5-star written review on Apple Podcasts Non-iPhone users - give the show 5 stars on Spotify Spread the word on the socials, and tell a friend! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dana-bollen3/message

Classic Audiobook Collection
Janet of the Dunes by Harriet T. Comstock ~ Full Audiobook

Classic Audiobook Collection

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 518:49


Janet of the Dunes by Harriet T. Comstock audiobook. Known primarily for her children's books, Harriet T. Comstock would occasionally depart from that genre and showcase her writing talent in adult prose as well. Janet of the Dunes is one such departure wherein she masterfully takes us into the lives of the bold men and women who tended those life saving stations along the seaboard which many a ship relied upon for their safety. They were simple people, large of heart and as close-knit as a tiny community can and must ever be, and they, above all else, took their duties very seriously. The story revolves primarily around Janet and her "Cap'n Billy Daddy" and how their lives and their devotion to one another are touched by the others within the small circle of people of the dunes, the hills, and the light. 

National Park After Dark
99 - Diana of the Dunes. Indiana Dunes National Park.

National Park After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 62:25


Alice Mabel Gray was given the name, Diana of the Dunes, after she left society to live off the land on the shores of Lake Michigan. We covered her story partially in a prior episode - focusing on the haunted folklore around her afterlife. Today we are revisiting her story to delve deep into her life, including her mysterious partner, a gruesome murder they were accused of committing, and the truth behind Alice's tragic death. We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you're listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon to gain access to ad-free episodes, bonus content, and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch, and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website. Thank you so much to our partners, check them out! Apostrophe: Use our link and code NPAD to get for first visit for only $5. Microdose: Use code NPAD to get free shipping and 30% off your first order. Cozy Earth: Use our link and code NPAD to get 35% off. Resources: NPS, NPS (2), South Bend Tribune, Diana of the Dunes the True Story of Alice Gray by Janet Zenke Edwards

Florida Trail Runners Podcast
#81: Stories from the Long Haul 100: Rookies!

Florida Trail Runners Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 132:18


It was another year for the annual Long Haul 100! Time and time again, this is the place where so many runners take on the 100-mile distance for the first time! Not only from the first 100, but also the 5th... 6th... 10th 100-mile! This year Mo Hogan, Patrick Lloyd, Craig Bets, and Mac Jackson were some of the 100-mile first timers! The episode first opens up with some BIG NEWS for the Long Haul in regard to 2024! Your Race Director Andy "Croom" Mathews spills the beans and gives us the deets! The Long Haul 100 is truly one of those races that is near and dear to my heart. It's the place where I got my first 100-mile belt buckle. It's that special place where I truly achieved something I thought no way I could ever. Coming into the Long Haul 100, Mo Hogan has done races like the Daytona 50 miler, the Pinellas Trail Challenge, the Skunk Ape Night Run, and the 8 Hours of Hell! Her very first ultra took place at the Croom Zoom 50k! She got her first 100 mile belt buckle this year with a time of 31:14:15!! Patrick Llyod is new into the sport having done the Frozen H3 50 Miler and the Foking Run for the Greenhouse 8hr in 2021! It was in the Summer of 2019 that he first decided to make it a goal to finish a 100 mile race. This was the moment and he got it ! He had been training for and dreaming of for 3+ years and he got his belt buckle with a time of 23:51:50! He was last Sub-24 Hour runner at the 2024 Long Haul 100! Craig Betz is also new to the sport of ultra-running having started in the Spartan Racing and Road Racing scene! He had a busy 2021 and 2022 diving deep into races like the Croom Zoom 50k, Georgia Jewel 50 miler, the Long Play, the Dunes 50k, and the Trident! He got his belt buckle at the Long Haul with a time of 25:55:00! Mac Jackson, like everyone else on this list... also started ultra-running fairly recent in the past few years! He has done races like the JW Corbett 50k, the Colt 45, and a DNF at the Trident! He's currently coached by Sally McRae and the proof is in the pudding... he had one amazing performace at this years race! Mac took 4th Overall with a time of 19:11:36!!! Not to shabby for your first 100 miler!!! Enjoy!!

The Night Club
Episode 79: Dunes Cantina Vol. 13: Slim Jim Potpourri

The Night Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 88:57


Dunes Vol. 13, recorded on Friday the 13th, discussion revolving around Friday The 13th! Grindhouse gives us a gun-to-our-head franchise pop quiz and we count down Trevor's Top 5 Favorite Horror Films of 2022. Fixi's Playground: https://darkfixius.podbean.com/ Chuddle The Pod: https://chuddlethepod.com/ Special Guests: Chuddle The Bryan and Trevor Jordan Blanchard.

In My Footsteps: A Cape Cod and New England Podcast
Episode 102: BONUS - Season Finale, Aloha for Now(1-19-2023)

In My Footsteps: A Cape Cod and New England Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 19:30


Episode 102 is the special monthly bonus episode. It also acts as a de facto season finale, but not a series finale.2023 is shaping up to be a tremendously busy year with three books being released during the first half of the year. I have decided to put the podcast on hiatus until the summer as I try to navigate these new projects. There are only so many hours in a day, in a week, and with so many projects on my plate, with more potentially to come, it is best to pause the podcast rather than try to produce a show of diminished quality.This episode dives deeper into what contributed to this decision, what is on my plate for 2023, and my plans for the return of the podcast later in the year.Continue to follow me through YouTube, IG, Twitter, and my blog as I will continue adding content, just content that doesn't have any set deadline.Thank you to each and every person who has listened, supported, shared, and reached out regarding the podcast. This is not goodbye, just aloha for now.Helpful Links from this Episode(available through Buzzsprout)Purchase Iconic Hotels and Motels of Cape CodBuy Me A Coffee!Wear Your WishKiwi's Kustoms - EtsyDJ Williams MusicKeeKee's Cape Cod KitchenCape Cod National Seashore Photography Book - Christopher SeufertChristopher Setterlund's YouTube ChannelChristopher Setterlund.comThe In My Footsteps Podcast BlogPreorder the Lady of the Dunes documentary!Listen to Episode 101 here.Support the show

100 Words Or Less: The Podcast
Tucker Rule from Thursday & LS Dunes

100 Words Or Less: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 69:42


Drummers never get the love they should, but I am here to RECTIFY that by inviting my friend, Tucker Rule, on the podcast this week. He plays the sticks for post-hardcore legends Thursday and his newest band/supergroup L.S. Dunes. We talk about the life of an only child, having/not having a "plan B" and his time in playing with a internationally recognized boy band (The Wanted). He's a great hang and I hope this chat showcases it appropriately.  Buy Podcast Merch Here Theme Song by Tapestry Gold Subscribe to the podcast on YouTube Listen to “More On That”, a supplementary podcast to 100 Words on Spotify exclusively Rockabilia sells you officially licensed Merch from ALL your favorite bands (and your Dad's favorite band, your siblings etc...). Use the promo code 100WORDSORLESS for 10% off your order.  Evil Greed is a highly curated merchandise provider from Berlin, Germany with fast, worldwide shipping and features stores from bands like Power Trip, Deafheaven, Nails, Russian Circles and so much more. Use promo code 100WORDS for 10% off your first order today! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Murder Most Irish
MMI Patreon Special: The Lady of the Dunes. Episode 107.5

Murder Most Irish

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 34:23


Hi friends. So Emma got Covid! Of course she did! We were unable to record an episode this week so instead we are uploading a case we covered on Patreon a little while ago. Colin and Emma sat down to talk about the tragic and fascinating case of The Lady of the Dunes. We will be back next week and we are sorry about all of this! Have a lovely rest of your week References: https://eu.capecodtimes.com/story/news/crime/2022/11/08/provincetown-1974-cold-case-lady-of-the-dunes-timeline-ruth-marie-terry/69623844007/ https://allthatsinteresting.com/lady-of-the-dunes https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruth_Marie_Terry https://www.nbcboston.com/investigations/family-describes-earth-shattering-realization-of-ruth-marie-terrys-1974-death/2884239/ https://www.foxnews.com/us/massachusetts-lady-dunes-cold-case-victim-used-aliases-married-months-before-brutal-murder https://eu.capecodtimes.com/story/news/crime/2015/05/29/students-research-lady-in-dunes/34456289007/ https://thecalifornian.newspapers.com/clip/87390757/obituary-for-guy-muldavin-1923-2002/ https://cdnc.ucr.edu/?a=d&d=MT19601201.2.22&e=-------en--20--1--txt-txIN--------1 https://www.nytimes.com/2022/11/03/us/provincetown-body-lady-of-the-dunes.html https://www.nbcboston.com/investigations/relative-of-lady-of-the-dunes-killed-in-1974-this-is-very-shocking/2883195/

In My Footsteps: A Cape Cod and New England Podcast
Episode 101: A Disney World/Cape Cod Connection?; An Ounce of Prevention 80s PSA; Weirdest Music Videos; Remembering My Uncle Eric(1-12-2023)

In My Footsteps: A Cape Cod and New England Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 48:31


Episode 101 fully kicks off the new year. We'll look at some intentions for 2023 and perhaps a little preview of coming attractions. It begins with a look at The Dome Restaurant formerly of Woods Hole. Located inside an authentic geodesic dome this restaurant provides a direct link between Cape Cod and Walt Disney World thanks to the dome's creator R. Buckminster Fuller.We go way Back In the Day to look at the Ounce of Prevention PSA short film. 80s kids will likely remember the shorter PSAs from this film that featured several beloved Looney Tunes characters warning about the dangers of getting burned inside the home.There will be a brand new Top 5 as we gather up some of the weirdest music videos of all time. They are not necessarily all nightmare fuel(a few are), but they are no doubt different than the typical music videos. Watch them after at your own peril.There will be a new This Week In History and Time Capsule as well.The episode will be special and somber as well as I take a few moments to remember my Uncle Eric who passed away last week. He was an important person and leaves a large hole in the family. This episode was changed on the fly to make sure that there was a chance to reflect on his life. Helpful Links from this Episode(available through Buzzsprout)Purchase Iconic Hotels and Motels of Cape CodBuy Me A Coffee!Wear Your WishKiwi's Kustoms - EtsyDJ Williams MusicKeeKee's Cape Cod KitchenCape Cod National Seashore Photography Book - Christopher SeufertChristopher Setterlund's YouTube ChannelChristopher Setterlund.comThe In My Footsteps Podcast BlogPreorder the Lady of the Dunes documentary!Listen to Episode 100 here.Support the show

The Night Club
Episode 78: Dunes Cantina Vol. 12: Eighty Pints of Blood

The Night Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 61:03


Cody-Co, T-Boo and Chuddle The Bryan share a table at Dunes Cantina tonight. Discussion includes pints of beer, pints of vodka, pints of blood, early horror influences and how children and child actors cope with horror. We also critique Stanley Kubrick's directing style and Shelly Duval's performance in The Shining. Just putting this out there, share this for me.... #nightclubisjericho Cody-Co https://www.bandlab.com/codycolikewhoa/tracks Chuddle The Pod https://chuddlethepod.com/ Dustin Hubbard(Filmmaker) https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2858832/ Special Guests: Chuddle The Bryan and Cody Israel .

Florida Trail Runners Podcast
#79: Stories from the Sand Spur

Florida Trail Runners Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 72:44 Very Popular


Alright so this is the final episode of the 2022 season! We are talking about the Jupiter Ridge Sand Spur! This episode is coming way after race day with some recording craziness that had me having to bail on the first attempt... but we finally got it done! On the chat we've got your Overall Champion in the 50k, Allision Duarte! She absolutely crushed it in the sand going 5:25:52! Second place was Scoot Hoover who ran a time of 6:04:54. In 2021, she ran the Sand Spur 50k with a time 6:37:56 to place 4th overall. Allison has done races like Lake to Ocean 100k, the Osprey, and the Sky to Summit 50k. Joining Allison is a Sand Spur and Trident veteran, Eric Desimone. He took on the 82 miles this year and he also placed 13th in the Trident Ridge to Nowhere 12HR/40 Miler back in July! In 2021, he also ran at the Sand Spur and the Trident placing 9th and 16th respectively. He's also done races like the Skunk Ape Night Run, Long Play, River to Sea, and the Toxic Trail 37 Miler. He's joined by Shane Loughran! He placed 6th overall this year at the Sand Spur. We all either rust out or wear out, and Shane is crushing it! He's also done races like the Legacy Trail 60k, Dunes 50k & 50 Miler, the Coldwater Rumble 52 Miler, and the Riverbend Park 50k! Then we've got your Overall Champion in the 82 Miles, Cole Bataille! Like Eric, Cole is a Jupiter Ridge veteran! He's ran the Trident Half-Marathon and Sand Spur 50k in 2018, the Trident Half-Marathon and Sand Spur 50k in 2019, the Trident Marathon in 2021, and the Trident Ridge to Nowhere 12HR/40 Miler in 2022... he also won ALL OF THEM! However, he took a DNF at the 2021 Sand Spur 5 Trials 81 Miler... but this year he got it done! The story of this ultramarathon began during the last ice ages. On the Florida peninsula, sandy hilltop island and coastal dune ridges were the only lands peeking above sea level over 2 million years ago. Then the seas fell, leaving the flat, broad finger of land we now know as Florida. These ancient sand dunes are known as one of the rarest living communities. The Jupiter Ridge Natural Area is a coastal scrub environment, one of the rarest and slowest to rebound if damaged. It is home to 31 plant species and 14 animal species considered to be threatened, rare, or of special concern. Mikey Bee does an amazing job bringing people out to run different distances and challenge themself to "The 5 Trials!"

The Radio Vagabond
248 SAUDI ARABIA: Discovering the Unique Charm of Riyadh

The Radio Vagabond

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 33:08


مرحبا بكم في المملكة العربية السعودية Join us as we explore the stunning landscapes, rich culture, and fascinating history of KSA. From the towering sand dunes where we get stuck many times to the vibrant cities of Riyadh and Jeddah, and literally to the Edge of the World (yes, that is the name of a place in this country), I'll take you on a journey driving more than 4,000 km through one of the most misunderstood and least-visited countries in the world. Along the way, we'll meet some locals and experts who will share their insights and experiences, and delve into the customs, traditions, and daily life of the Saudi people. This is the first of many episodes from KSA, where we explore the capital, Riyadh and go quad biking in the Red Sand Dunes – after a struggle to catch the flight from Dubai. Road tripping with “Cynthia Globe” I'm travelling to Saudi Arabia with my good friend, Cynthia. She is a lawyer, a CouchSurfing Ambassador, and a big-time traveller – and calls herself “Cynthia Globe”. When I met her in her home state, Florida, I did an interview with her. We got along so well, that we ended our meeting with talking about going on a trip together. Maybe doing a “2.0 in Nairobi”. Fast forward just four months we meet again on the other side of the planet in Dubai. We are there because we booked a cruise going from Dubai to Cape Town, via Seychelles, Reunion, Madagascar, and a few other places. All in all, a cool cruise. But then the Omicron Variant of the Corona Virus was discovered in South Africa. It didn't come from there; the South African scientists were just the first to find it. I guess they were just smarter than in other countries. Nevertheless, the whole southern part of Africa was hit by travel restrictions, and we had a feeling that it would affect our cruise. But Norwegian Cruise Line didn't say anything about this. We heard several rumours of changes, but nothing from NCL. They didn't even change it on their website, and just for fun, I tried calling them one day, to see if they were still selling it. And they were. Then as I was on my flight to Dubai a few days before departure, I got an email saying that it was cancelled. I did get all my money back and even a 25% discount on my next cruise, but still. They could have told us a long time before. Cynthia was also on her way to Dubai, and we ended up spending a few weeks there, and even spent several days going to the World Expo that was held in Dubai at the time. At the same time, we were discussing where to go. We were seconds away from booking a flight to Kenya – and actually doing the 2.0 in Nairobi. But then Cynthia said: “Hey, why don't we go to Saudi Arabia”. And so, we did. But before we get there, we had to go through a stressful day in Dubai Airport. Stressful day in Dubai Airport We flew "FlyADeal" for 2 hours to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, from Dubai. It was not much of a "deal" at 364 USD/340 EUR. Plus, the service was very poor, even for budget airlines. We waited in line at check-in for 15 minutes and found out that we were in the Saudi national's line. We then switched to a big line, and it hardly moved. We stood in that line for 2.5 hours (!!) to finally get checked in. There are lots of steps to entering Saudi: VISA (which was very hard to get until a few years ago), a Covid test, register your visa and covid test, print these first three requirements, and download a special monitoring app, that we needed to enter shops, restaurants, and other places in the country. Cynthia's app didn't work for four days, but she used her vaccine card or showed the app – and was never denied entry even without the QR identifier, that didn't work. She had done her registration and printed it but back at the airport at check-in, the gate agent said it wasn't right, as there was no QR code. She didn't know there was another step to the ones she had done; it was tense at the airport as she was doing the final step there at the check-in counter – with many people behind us in the line. The Gate Agent said there was no rush, as the flight was late due to check-in not being completed. When we asked, “for how long”, they didn't know. You would think that someone could have called the check-in people, so they could inform the stressful passengers. We also asked if we were able to make it in time for the flight – now that check-in was so slow. And all they said was “we will try…” So, once we finally got our boarding passes, we sprinted through the airport, arriving at the gate at 10:29 for the 10:30 am flight. On the plane, Cynthia was upgraded to the “Ladies Only Row” with a Saudi Mom and her four Daughters. “They were so sweet to me – helped me store my bag, travel tips; and when they thought I was cold: they wrapped me up in a black fur coat.” She also says that this was a wonderful encounter with Saudi women – we would soon find out that Saudi's are warm, welcoming, polite and enjoy meeting foreigners. Yes, flight delayed The flight took off 1.25 hours late. The pilot apologized twice with a lame excuse: "We are delayed 15 minutes as a passenger forgot a bag at security; it is out of our control." Ahhh, what about the extra 1 hour, as check-in took 2.5 hours?! We finally arrived in Saudi Arabia or “KSA” – the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as it's officially called. The Riyadh Metro On the first day, we decided to take the metro to the center, but when we got to the station, we discovered that it's so new that it wasn't running yet. I even asked our Airbnb host if it was close to the Metro station, and he just said, “yes, it's very close”. Not “but it's not working yet”. Who needs a Metro that isn't working? Since we were there the Metro in Riyadh should be running – or at least most of it. It will have six lines that serve the city and its suburbs and is designed to help avoid traffic congestion and improve mobility in the city. The Riyadh Metro has a total length of 176 kilometres (109 miles) and serves 85 stations. It's fully automated and features state-of-the-art trains and stations, and is equipped with advanced security and safety systems. The metro system is also accessible to people with disabilities, and then it's eco-friendly. The stations come with solar cells that will contribute to 20 percent of the entire station's energy. The service once up and running will contribute to the decrease of nearly 250,000 car journeys a day, thereby reducing the city's fuel requirement of 400,000 litres. A project like that isn't cheap: Around 22.5 billion US dollars or 21 billion Euros. But that's possible when money's not an issue. Saudi Arabia's 2030 All of this is a part of Saudi Arabia's 2030 plan also known as Vision 2030. It was launched in April 2016 by the Saudi Arabian Government as a program aimed at transforming the country into not being so dependent on oil export in the future. Here are some of the key goals: Diversification of the economy The plan aims to reduce the country's reliance on oil exports and encourage the growth of non-oil sectors such as manufacturing, tourism, and small and medium enterprises. Job creation The plan aims to create more than 3 million new jobs for Saudi citizens by 2030. Social and cultural development The plan aims to improve the quality of life for Saudi citizens by investing in education, healthcare, and cultural initiatives. Infrastructure development The plan includes investments in transportation (like the new Metro system in Riyadh), energy, water, and telecommunications infrastructure to support economic growth and development. Environmental sustainability The plan aims to reduce the country's carbon footprint and increase its use of renewable energy sources. Open to tourists And then the big one for someone like me: Saudi Arabia began welcoming tourists in September 2019, also as part of its 2030 plan. Tourism is seen as a key growth sector in Saudi Arabia. It can generate significant economic benefits, including jobs, tax revenues, and foreign exchange earnings. By attracting more tourists, Saudi Arabia hope to diversify its economy and reduce its reliance on oil exports. It's also in the plan that tourism also can contribute to cultural exchange and understanding between different countries and regions. They feel that by welcoming visitors from around the world, Saudi Arabia can promote its culture and traditions and learn from other cultures. Overall, the decision to open up to tourists is part of Saudi Arabia's broader efforts to transform itself into a more diversified and innovative economy, and to create a more prosperous and dynamic society. To transform Saudi Arabia into a global hub for trade and commerce, and to create a more prosperous and dynamic society. Renting a car and two quad bikes To see Saudi, a car is a must, so the next day, we picked up a rental car for the next 10 days at a place called Hanco at the Riyadh airport. It was 31 USD (29 EUR) per day, so definitely not too bad. Then we drove about an hour from Riyadh to the Al-Dahna desert. We came here to drive Quad Bikes in the famous and dramatic Red Sand Dunes. After talking to two vendors and doing a bit of bargaining for the 1-hour rental, we rented a Quad Bike each. These sand dunes are formed from fine, red sand that has been blown by the wind over the years, creating towering mounds that can reach up to 100 feet in height. The terrain is rough and rugged, with steep inclines and sudden drops that can be challenging to navigate. Except for when we got stuck, it was totally fun. We were at the far end of the Dunes looking for a route back when our vendor came out to find us. FACTS ABOUT RIYADH Riyadh is the capital city of Saudi Arabia and is home to over 7 million people. The city was founded in the early 18th century and has a rich history that can be seen in the many historical landmarks and museums scattered throughout the city. The Masmak Fortress, a historic castle located in the heart of the city, played a crucial role in the founding of modern-day Saudi Arabia and is a popular tourist attraction. The city is known for its vibrant nightlife and has a thriving arts and culture scene, with numerous galleries, theaters, and music venues to explore. Riyadh is also home to some of the world's most luxurious and exclusive hotels, including the Ritz-Carlton and the Four Seasons, which offer breathtaking views of the city and surrounding desert landscape. The city is also home to many world-class shopping malls, including the Kingdom Centre, which features a rooftop skybridge that offers panoramic views of the city. Riyadh has a number of world-class sports facilities, including the King Fahd International Stadium, which is one of the largest football stadiums in the world and has a seating capacity of over 75,000. One that would be put into good use if they win the bid to host the 2030 FIFA World Cup. Stuck in Traffic At 3 pm, we started the drive back in to Riyadh because Ali, one of Cynthia's CouchSurfing friends was leading a walking tour, and we wanted to join in. But that didn't go as planned. We got the outskirts of the city just in time for the glorious rush hour. One of the main challenges of driving during rush hour in Riyadh is that there are so many cars trying to get ahead at the same time, not always sticking to their lanes. It is definitely not for the faint at heart and a challenging experience, especially for those who are not used to heavy traffic or driving in busy cities. We were already getting late for our appointment for the walking tour with Ali, and then we had another challenge. Finding a place to park. We finally did find one and met for a quick chat with Ali, for just a few minutes. Sunset at Nabd Al Riyadh Then, we strolled the exterior of the Palace Museum, Fort and an Original City Gate and ended up in "Nabd Al Riyadh," an outdoor courtyard area with coffee shops, live music, and a chalk-art artist. It's a peaceful and pleasant spot to end our day and with a local performer in the background and the sun setting over Riyadh, we sat down and reflected on an adventurous day. Much more from Saudi Arabia In the next episode, we literally go to the Edge of The World. But there's much more in that episode /next Tuesday). You'll get the full travel versions of The Radio Vagabond like this one on Tuesdays (let's call it “Travel Tuesday”), and then Flashback episodes every Friday and the ten-minute diary entry from where I am right now every Saturday. But there's more: Sometimes, you'll get a short one about the country we're covering in the travel episodes on Thursdays. And this week I have one for you. Having listened to this episode, you might think that I'm painting a rosy picture of Saudi Arabia. And yes, I did like it. But not all is perfect, they still have some challenges in my eyes; so, on Thursday I'll give you an episode, that I call “The Good and The Bad about Saudi Arabia”. Here I'll share what I think is good about Saudi Arabia and also what I think is not so great. If you like what you hear, please tell a friend about The Radio Vagabond. My name is Palle Bo, and I gotta keep moving. See you. Poem about this episode – written by an AI The Radio Vagabond, Palle Bo, Took a trip to Saudi Arabia with his friend, Cynthia. A CouchSurfing Ambassador, and a big-time traveler, She calls herself "Cynthia Globe," and she's quite the explorer. They caught a flight from Dubai, but not without a fight, And soon they found themselves exploring the city of Riyadh at night. Quad biking through the Red Sand Dunes, they got stuck in the sand, But they had a lot of fun and made the most of their planned Adventure, even if it didn't go quite as planned. But then they hit some traffic, causing them to arrive At Nabd Al Riyadh, an outdoor courtyard to their delight, Where coffee shops, live music, and chalk-art artists ignite Their senses and keep them entertained until the morning light. In the next episode of this podcast, they set out to see The Edge of The World, where they meet many camels, wild and free. The Radio Vagabond continue to travel and explore this land of gold.

Radiovagabond med Palle Bo fra rejse hele verden rundt
296 SAUDI ARABIEN: Velkommen til charmerend Riyadh

Radiovagabond med Palle Bo fra rejse hele verden rundt

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 33:47


Nu kun på engelsk Dette er den danske udgave af Radiovagabond. Hvis du har været med længe, så vil du vide, at jeg normalt laver både en dansk og en engelsk udgave af podcasten. Og når der nu altid har været en hel del på engelsk, så går jeg ud fra, at du forstår engelsk. Men jeg har alligevel altid indtalt en hel del på dansk – og oversat blog post til dansk. Og det tager tid. I forvejen bruger jeg 3-4 fulde arbejdsdage på en enkelt episode, og jeg har valgt, at det er mere vigtigt at producere flere nye episoder end også at lave den danske version. Jeg håber, at det er okay med dig. Og jeg vil meget gerne høre fra dig, hvad du synes.   مرحبا بكم في المملكة العربية السعودية Join us as we explore the stunning landscapes, rich culture, and fascinating history of KSA. From the towering sand dunes where we get stuck many times to the vibrant cities of Riyadh and Jeddah, and literally to the Edge of the World (yes, that is the name of a place in this country), I'll take you on a journey driving more than 4,000 km through one of the most misunderstood and least-visited countries in the world. Along the way, we'll meet some locals and experts who will share their insights and experiences, and delve into the customs, traditions, and daily life of the Saudi people. This is the first of many episodes from KSA, where we explore the capital, Riyadh and go quad biking in the Red Sand Dunes – after a struggle to catch the flight from Dubai. Road tripping with “Cynthia Globe” I'm travelling to Saudi Arabia with my good friend, Cynthia. She is a lawyer, a CouchSurfing Ambassador, and a big-time traveller – and calls herself “Cynthia Globe”. When I met her in her home state, Florida, I did an interview with her. We got along so well, that we ended our meeting with talking about going on a trip together. Maybe doing a “2.0 in Nairobi”. Fast forward just four months we meet again on the other side of the planet in Dubai. We are there because we booked a cruise going from Dubai to Cape Town, via Seychelles, Reunion, Madagascar, and a few other places. All in all, a cool cruise. But then the Omicron Variant of the Corona Virus was discovered in South Africa. It didn't come from there; the South African scientists were just the first to find it. I guess they were just smarter than in other countries. Nevertheless, the whole southern part of Africa was hit by travel restrictions, and we had a feeling that it would affect our cruise. But Norwegian Cruise Line didn't say anything about this. We heard several rumours of changes, but nothing from NCL. They didn't even change it on their website, and just for fun, I tried calling them one day, to see if they were still selling it. And they were. Then as I was on my flight to Dubai a few days before departure, I got an email saying that it was cancelled. I did get all my money back and even a 25% discount on my next cruise, but still. They could have told us a long time before. Cynthia was also on her way to Dubai, and we ended up spending a few weeks there, and even spent several days going to the World Expo that was held in Dubai at the time. At the same time, we were discussing where to go. We were seconds away from booking a flight to Kenya – and actually doing the 2.0 in Nairobi. But then Cynthia said: “Hey, why don't we go to Saudi Arabia”. And so, we did. But before we get there, we had to go through a stressful day in Dubai Airport. Stressful day in Dubai Airport We flew "FlyADeal" for 2 hours to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, from Dubai. It was not much of a "deal" at 364 USD/340 EUR. Plus, the service was very poor, even for budget airlines. We waited in line at check-in for 15 minutes and found out that we were in the Saudi national's line. We then switched to a big line, and it hardly moved. We stood in that line for 2.5 hours (!!) to finally get checked in. There are lots of steps to entering Saudi: VISA (which was very hard to get until a few years ago), a Covid test, register your visa and covid test, print these first three requirements, and download a special monitoring app, that we needed to enter shops, restaurants, and other places in the country. Cynthia's app didn't work for four days, but she used her vaccine card or showed the app – and was never denied entry even without the QR identifier, that didn't work. She had done her registration and printed it but back at the airport at check-in, the gate agent said it wasn't right, as there was no QR code. She didn't know there was another step to the ones she had done; it was tense at the airport as she was doing the final step there at the check-in counter – with many people behind us in the line. The Gate Agent said there was no rush, as the flight was late due to check-in not being completed. When we asked, “for how long”, they didn't know. You would think that someone could have called the check-in people, so they could inform the stressful passengers. We also asked if we were able to make it in time for the flight – now that check-in was so slow. And all they said was “we will try…” So, once we finally got our boarding passes, we sprinted through the airport, arriving at the gate at 10:29 for the 10:30 am flight. On the plane, Cynthia was upgraded to the “Ladies Only Row” with a Saudi Mom and her four Daughters. “They were so sweet to me – helped me store my bag, travel tips; and when they thought I was cold: they wrapped me up in a black fur coat.” She also says that this was a wonderful encounter with Saudi women – we would soon find out that Saudi's are warm, welcoming, polite and enjoy meeting foreigners. Yes, flight delayed The flight took off 1.25 hours late. The pilot apologized twice with a lame excuse: "We are delayed 15 minutes as a passenger forgot a bag at security; it is out of our control." Ahhh, what about the extra 1 hour, as check-in took 2.5 hours?! We finally arrived in Saudi Arabia or “KSA” – the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as it's officially called. The Riyadh Metro On the first day, we decided to take the metro to the center, but when we got to the station, we discovered that it's so new that it wasn't running yet. I even asked our Airbnb host if it was close to the Metro station, and he just said, “yes, it's very close”. Not “but it's not working yet”. Who needs a Metro that isn't working? Since we were there the Metro in Riyadh should be running – or at least most of it. It will have six lines that serve the city and its suburbs and is designed to help avoid traffic congestion and improve mobility in the city. The Riyadh Metro has a total length of 176 kilometres (109 miles) and serves 85 stations. It's fully automated and features state-of-the-art trains and stations, and is equipped with advanced security and safety systems. The metro system is also accessible to people with disabilities, and then it's eco-friendly. The stations come with solar cells that will contribute to 20 percent of the entire station's energy. The service once up and running will contribute to the decrease of nearly 250,000 car journeys a day, thereby reducing the city's fuel requirement of 400,000 litres. A project like that isn't cheap: Around 22.5 billion US dollars or 21 billion Euros. But that's possible when money's not an issue. Saudi Arabia's 2030 All of this is a part of Saudi Arabia's 2030 plan also known as Vision 2030. It was launched in April 2016 by the Saudi Arabian Government as a program aimed at transforming the country into not being so dependent on oil export in the future. Here are some of the key goals: Diversification of the economy The plan aims to reduce the country's reliance on oil exports and encourage the growth of non-oil sectors such as manufacturing, tourism, and small and medium enterprises. Job creation The plan aims to create more than 3 million new jobs for Saudi citizens by 2030. Social and cultural development The plan aims to improve the quality of life for Saudi citizens by investing in education, healthcare, and cultural initiatives. Infrastructure development The plan includes investments in transportation (like the new Metro system in Riyadh), energy, water, and telecommunications infrastructure to support economic growth and development. Environmental sustainability The plan aims to reduce the country's carbon footprint and increase its use of renewable energy sources. Open to tourists And then the big one for someone like me: Saudi Arabia began welcoming tourists in September 2019, also as part of its 2030 plan. Tourism is seen as a key growth sector in Saudi Arabia. It can generate significant economic benefits, including jobs, tax revenues, and foreign exchange earnings. By attracting more tourists, Saudi Arabia hope to diversify its economy and reduce its reliance on oil exports. It's also in the plan that tourism also can contribute to cultural exchange and understanding between different countries and regions. They feel that by welcoming visitors from around the world, Saudi Arabia can promote its culture and traditions and learn from other cultures. Overall, the decision to open up to tourists is part of Saudi Arabia's broader efforts to transform itself into a more diversified and innovative economy, and to create a more prosperous and dynamic society. To transform Saudi Arabia into a global hub for trade and commerce, and to create a more prosperous and dynamic society. Renting a car and two quad bikes To see Saudi, a car is a must, so the next day, we picked up a rental car for the next 10 days at a place called Hanco at the Riyadh airport. It was 31 USD (29 EUR) per day, so definitely not too bad. Then we drove about an hour from Riyadh to the Al-Dahna desert. We came here to drive Quad Bikes in the famous and dramatic Red Sand Dunes. After talking to two vendors and doing a bit of bargaining for the 1-hour rental, we rented a Quad Bike each. These sand dunes are formed from fine, red sand that has been blown by the wind over the years, creating towering mounds that can reach up to 100 feet in height. The terrain is rough and rugged, with steep inclines and sudden drops that can be challenging to navigate. Except for when we got stuck, it was totally fun. We were at the far end of the Dunes looking for a route back when our vendor came out to find us. FACTS ABOUT RIYADH Riyadh is the capital city of Saudi Arabia and is home to over 7 million people. The city was founded in the early 18th century and has a rich history that can be seen in the many historical landmarks and museums scattered throughout the city. The Masmak Fortress, a historic castle located in the heart of the city, played a crucial role in the founding of modern-day Saudi Arabia and is a popular tourist attraction. The city is known for its vibrant nightlife and has a thriving arts and culture scene, with numerous galleries, theaters, and music venues to explore. Riyadh is also home to some of the world's most luxurious and exclusive hotels, including the Ritz-Carlton and the Four Seasons, which offer breathtaking views of the city and surrounding desert landscape. The city is also home to many world-class shopping malls, including the Kingdom Centre, which features a rooftop skybridge that offers panoramic views of the city. Riyadh has a number of world-class sports facilities, including the King Fahd International Stadium, which is one of the largest football stadiums in the world and has a seating capacity of over 75,000. One that would be put into good use if they win the bid to host the 2030 FIFA World Cup. Stuck in Traffic At 3 pm, we started the drive back in to Riyadh because Ali, one of Cynthia's CouchSurfing friends was leading a walking tour, and we wanted to join in. But that didn't go as planned. We got the outskirts of the city just in time for the glorious rush hour. One of the main challenges of driving during rush hour in Riyadh is that there are so many cars trying to get ahead at the same time, not always sticking to their lanes. It is definitely not for the faint at heart and a challenging experience, especially for those who are not used to heavy traffic or driving in busy cities. We were already getting late for our appointment for the walking tour with Ali, and then we had another challenge. Finding a place to park. We finally did find one and met for a quick chat with Ali, for just a few minutes. Sunset at Nabd Al Riyadh Then, we strolled the exterior of the Palace Museum, Fort and an Original City Gate and ended up in "Nabd Al Riyadh," an outdoor courtyard area with coffee shops, live music, and a chalk-art artist. It's a peaceful and pleasant spot to end our day and with a local performer in the background and the sun setting over Riyadh, we sat down and reflected on an adventurous day. Much more from Saudi Arabia In the next episode, we literally go to the Edge of The World. But there's much more in that episode /next Tuesday). You'll get the full travel versions of The Radio Vagabond like this one on Tuesdays (let's call it “Travel Tuesday”), and then Flashback episodes every Friday and the ten-minute diary entry from where I am right now every Saturday. But there's more: Sometimes, you'll get a short one about the country we're covering in the travel episodes on Thursdays. And this week I have one for you. Having listened to this episode, you might think that I'm painting a rosy picture of Saudi Arabia. And yes, I did like it. But not all is perfect, they still have some challenges in my eyes; so, on Thursday I'll give you an episode, that I call “The Good and The Bad about Saudi Arabia”. Here I'll share what I think is good about Saudi Arabia and also what I think is not so great. If you like what you hear, please tell a friend about The Radio Vagabond. My name is Palle Bo, and I gotta keep moving. See you. Poem about this episode – written by an AI The Radio Vagabond, Palle Bo, Took a trip to Saudi Arabia with his friend, Cynthia. A CouchSurfing Ambassador, and a big-time traveler, She calls herself "Cynthia Globe," and she's quite the explorer. They caught a flight from Dubai, but not without a fight, And soon they found themselves exploring the city of Riyadh at night. Quad biking through the Red Sand Dunes, they got stuck in the sand, But they had a lot of fun and made the most of their planned Adventure, even if it didn't go quite as planned. But then they hit some traffic, causing them to arrive At Nabd Al Riyadh, an outdoor courtyard to their delight, Where coffee shops, live music, and chalk-art artists ignite Their senses and keep them entertained until the morning light. In the next episode of this podcast, they set out to see The Edge of The World, where they meet many camels, wild and free. The Radio Vagabond continue to travel and explore this land of gold.

Florida Trail Runners Podcast
#78: Stories from the Ancient Oaks 100

Florida Trail Runners Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 66:03


The Ancient Oaks 100 took place on December 17th, 2022, this a race full of history. Mike Melton is the current Race Director as the race was founded by the late Stu Gleman. Stu race directed and participated in the race for many years until he sadly passed away in 2016 doing what he loved, running. The course is a 3.46-mile course for a total of 100.34 miles... thats 29 loops! This year and on the chat Laura Walker was the overall winner with a time of 22:42:43 and this was her first 100 miler ever! She's had one amazing 2022 year with winning the Skunk Ape Night Run and setting the course record for the women. She also placed 4th overall at the Croom Fools Run 50 miler and has also run races like the Jack's 50k, River to Sea, and the Georgia Jewel 50 miler! Also on the chat is Maren Baldwin, she crossed that finish line with a time of 28:58:48! She's done races like the Long Haul 100, Tick Tock, and the Wildcat 100k! These ladies are joined by Cody Grigsby, he got his epic finish with a time of 30:15:37! This was his second 100 miler with the first being the Dunes 100 in 2018. Enjoy!

In My Footsteps: A Cape Cod and New England Podcast
Episode 100: Lady of the Dunes - The Case, the Documentary, the Book, and the New Revelations(1-5-2023)

In My Footsteps: A Cape Cod and New England Podcast

Play Episode Play 45 sec Highlight Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 107:15


The 100th Episode of the podcast is a special super-sized show.This episode focuses on everything to do with the infamous Lady of the Dunes Cape Cod murder mystery.We dive deep into the case itself, the documentary produced by Frank Durant, the forthcoming book I wrote, and the startling new revelation of the Lady of the Dunes being identified as Ruth Marie Terry.This super-sized show is made up of a special four-part podcast mini-series that was due to be available exclusively on the upcoming website The Lady of the Dunes.com.However as a thank you to everyone who has listened now through 100 episodes, it was decided to share these mini podcasts as one big show here.Whether a true crime buff or simply someone looking to learn about this case for the first time, this special 100th episode will provide any listener with what they are looking for.Thank you to everyone who has tuned in to any of the first 100 episodes of the podcast. I appreciate all of you taking the time to check out my Cape Cod and New England passion project.Helpful Links from this Episode(available through Buzzsprout)Purchase Iconic Hotels and Motels of Cape CodBuy Me A Coffee!Wear Your WishKiwi's Kustoms - EtsyDJ Williams MusicKeeKee's Cape Cod KitchenCape Cod National Seashore Photography Book - Christopher SeufertChristopher Setterlund's YouTube ChannelChristopher Setterlund.comThe In My Footsteps Podcast BlogGoodbye Lady of the DunesPreorder the Lady of the Dunes documentary!Listen to Episode 99 here.Support the show

Crimes And Cannabis
Episode 24: The Mysterious Case of the Lady of the Dunes

Crimes And Cannabis

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 57:00


In most cases the search is for the killer- but this search was for the victim. For 48 years this Jane Doe went unidentified. Sources: https://www.nytimes.com/1983/02/17/us/74-killing-baffles-tough-police-chief.html https://www.southcoasttoday.com/story/news/state/2000/03/26/body-in-sand-is/50486445007/ https://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/1987/09/06/provincetown-lady-dunes-murder-haunts-cape-police-chief/4yt3VAYRX4wVsPCnvbQABJ/story.html https://www.fbi.gov/wanted/seeking-info/ruth-marie-terry/@@download.pdf https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruth_Marie_Terry https://www.kiro7.com/news/trending/lady-dunes-mutilated-woman-found-beach-1974-idd-through-genetic-genealogy/RZAATKYM3BF2ZKUWDU345CXW4M/ https://www.boston.com/news/local-news/2022/10/31/lady-of-the-dunes-id-ruth-marie-terry/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Provincetown,_Massachusetts https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Climate_of_Massachusetts https://www.wwlp.com/news/crime/fbi-identifies-lady-of-the-dunes-murder-victim-from-1974-case/ https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2022/11/03/lady-dunes-provincetown-victim-husband/8258445001/ https://www.cnn.com/2022/10/31/us/fbi-dna-woman-found-dead-1974/index.html https://www.oxygen.com/crime-news/cape-cod-lady-of-the-dunes-idd-as-ruth-marie-terry https://www.capecodtimes.com/story/news/crime/2019/04/14/new-look-at-old-lady/5113488007/ https://capecodxplore.com/dune-shacks-of-peaked-hill-bars-historic-district/https://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/aug/28/james-whitey-bulger-murder-prison-plot https://www.reuters.com/article/us-people-whitey-bulger-factbox/factbox-seven-facts-about-boston-gangster-james-whitey-bulger-idUSKCN1N42I7 https://www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field-offices/boston/news/press-releases/lady-of-the-dunes-identified https://www.provincetown-ma.gov/618/Lady-in-the-Dunes https://ptownchamber.com https://www.amazon.com/Military-Issue-Entrenching-Tool-Handle/dp/B009O1VVA4 https://medium.com/crimebeat/the-incredible-life-and-mysteries-of-rory-kesinger-9b1af855f401 https://www.hudsonalpha.org/forensics-and-dna-how-genetics-can-help-solve-crimes/ https://www.gedmatch.com

Indie Film Review
Episode 197: The Dunes

Indie Film Review

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 33:15


Film: The Dunes (2021) This week, Jared and Dan watched a film about a writer who returns home to Australia, only to meet a mysteriously bold stranger who begins to turn his life upside down. Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts and leave us a 5 star review! Twitter: @IndieFilmPod Instagram: @IndieFilmReviewPod email: theindiefilmreview@gmail.com  

Crime Capsule
Legends & Lore of Cape Cod: An Interview with author Robin Smith-Johnson

Crime Capsule

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 31:56


Cape Cod has a rich tradition of local lore, stretching back to a time before the Pilgrims arrived. Ancient Wampanoag legends like Granny Squannit and Princess Scargo are as familiar as tales of pirates and explorers, including "Black Sam" Bellamy and Donald Baxter Macmillan. Felines often blocked "Cat's Alley" in pursuit of food from fishermen's boats. The remnants of Billingsgate Island can be seen at low tide, and visits from Jenny Lind and Helen Keller contrast with the mysterious stories of the "Lady of the Dunes" and New England's Dark Day. Author Robin Smith-Johnson shares historic tales of shipwrecks, murders, hauntings and more from the Cape. Robin Smith-Johnson works as the newsroom librarian at the Cape Cod Times and teaches in the English department at Cape Cod Community College. She holds English degrees from Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts, and Bowling Green State University in Ohio, and she is the author of a book of poetry titled Dream of the Antique Dealer's Daughter (Word Poetry, 2013). PURCHASE HERE

In My Footsteps: A Cape Cod and New England Podcast
Episode 99: Crazy Nights at Cape Cod's Compass Lounge; Weird Movies Made Into Video Games; Favorite Holiday Songs; Manchester NH(12-29-2022)

In My Footsteps: A Cape Cod and New England Podcast

Play Episode Play 45 sec Highlight Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 49:42


Episode 99 puts a bow on 2022.  It starts off with a little look back at some of what made the year unique.Next, it's time to look forward to the dawning of a new year. This is done by reminiscing about an icon of Cape Cod nightlife. The Compass Lounge of South Yarmouth saw some wild nights, including ringing in several new years. A quintessential New England town inside a big city, Manchester, New Hampshire is the largest city in the state and one of the largest in New England. Find out why it feels much cozier than a typical city on this week's Road Trip.Countless movies have been transformed into video games with varying degrees of success. However, there are some movies that don't exactly seem to need a video game version. We're going way Back In the Day to look at a few of the strangest choices for movies to be adapted into video games. Texas Chainsaw Massacre, anyone?As 2022 ends it's time to wring the last drops of holiday spirit out of the season. The latest Top 5 will include some favorite Christmas songs. Your list will almost assuredly be different.There will also be a brand new This Week In History and Time Capsule that explains the Christmas Truce of World War I.Helpful Links from this Episode(available through Buzzsprout)Purchase Iconic Hotels and Motels of Cape CodBuy Me A Coffee!Wear Your WishKiwi's Kustoms - EtsyDJ Williams MusicKeeKee's Cape Cod KitchenCape Cod National Seashore Photography Book - Christopher SeufertChristopher Setterlund's YouTube ChannelChristopher Setterlund.comThe In My Footsteps Podcast BlogGreater Manchester Chamber of CommercePreorder the Lady of the Dunes documentary!Kings of Cape Cod(Facebook)Listen to Episode 98 here.Support the show

Mord Mot Mord
244. Lady of the dunes

Mord Mot Mord

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 39:22


Karin berättar om ett av USAs äldsta kalla fall som plötsligt blev kokhett för bara någon månad sen. Då gick polisen ut med att den oidentifierade kvinnan som i 48 år gått under smeknamnet Lady of the dunes i själva verket hette Ruth Marie Terry. Lyssna på Mord Mot Mord redan på onsdagar i Podplay-appen eller på podplay.se. Mord Mot Mord är en vanlig snackig podd, fast om mord. Det är lättsamt prat i ett försök att hantera världens värsta ämne.

LOVE MURDER
A Secret Serial Killer? Raoul Guy Muldavin Rockwell and the Mystery of the Lady of the Dunes

LOVE MURDER

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 74:55


When a newlywed declares her charming new husband missing, the authorities soon find out that they are hunting a conman who may indeed be a murderer as well. Decades later, the same man will be connected to Massachusetts most enduring murder mystery. This Episode Is Brought To You By: Love Murder is sponsored by BetterHelp. Convenient and Affordable Therapy. https://betterhelp.com/LOVEMURDER for 10% off your first month. Nom Nom - Your Dog's Dish, Down to Science - trynom.com/LOVEMURDER for 50% off your two week trial, plus free shipping Sources: Ann Rule - Smoke Mirrors & Murder "The Antique Dealer's Wife" Wikipedia - Lady of the Dunes SF Gate - California man questioned in double murder linked to 'Lady of the Dunes' victim Ruth Marie Terry Find LOVE MURDER online: Website: lovemurder.love Instagram: @lovemurderpod Twitter: @lovemurderpod  Facebook: LoveMrdrPod TikTok: @LoveMurderPod Patreon: /LoveMurderPod Credits: Love Murder is hosted by Jessie Pray and Andie Cassette, produced by Nathaniel Whittemore and edited by Kyle Barbour-Hoffman Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The All Things Coheed Podcast
Episode 95- Past Lives Album Discussion + End of 2022 Recap

The All Things Coheed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 43:29


Join us as we cover the first album by L.S. Dunes, Past Lives! Make sure to get your L.S. Dunes merch and check out tour dates, here: https://lsdunes.com Keep your calendar open for Jan. 7 2023, and keep eyes on our social media accounts (turn those "e"s into "3"s because that's how we do it!)for updates regarding our 5 year anniversary live stream! Be sure to follow L.S. Dunes News on Twitter for dedicated fan connections, updates on the band, and for any of your L.S. Dunes needs https://twitter.com/lsdunes_news?s=20&t=neqHYX_K3Rw3Valwe1RYtw Also in this episode: -S.S NEVERENDER (Round Two!) https://www.ssneverender.com -Adjacent Festival (Featuring Coheed & L.S. Dunes) https://adjacentfestival.com -Hellfest (Featuring Coheed) https://www.hellfest.fr/en/ -Welcome To Rockville (Featuring Coheed) https://welcometorockville.com -Terrible Things (Full Set) https://youtu.be/tMf1668Z5R4

In My Footsteps: A Cape Cod and New England Podcast
Episode 98: BONUS - Cape Cod's Forgotten Chain Restaurants of the Past(12-22-2022)

In My Footsteps: A Cape Cod and New England Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 26:25


Episode 98 is the monthly bonus episode.  The Christmas holiday is near, the season is in full swing. However, the bonus episode is leaving something far different under the tree. This month we reminisce about lost and forgotten chain restaurants of yesteryear.  Yes, these all at one point in time existed on Cape Cod.  That being said it is possible for any and all people to look back at some of the restaurants named in this week's episode as some of them are only memories. Did you go to any of these former chains when they existed on Cape Cod?  Are any of the still active ones on your favorites list?  Are there any other forgotten chains that should be included in a potential second part?Enjoy this final bonus episode of 2022 and whatever you celebrate have a wonderful Holiday!Helpful Links from this Episode(available through Buzzsprout)Purchase Iconic Hotels and Motels of Cape CodBuy Me A Coffee!Wear Your WishKiwi's Kustoms - EtsyDJ Williams MusicKeeKee's Cape Cod KitchenCape Cod National Seashore Photography Book - Christopher SeufertChristopher Setterlund's YouTube ChannelChristopher Setterlund.comThe In My Footsteps Podcast BlogGoodbye Lady of the Dunes, Goodbye Ruth Marie TerryRuth Marie Terry(Lady of the Dunes) - FBI.govPreorder the Lady of the Dunes documentary!Listen to Episode 97 here.Support the show

The Night Club
Episode 75: Dunes Cantina Vol. 11: Latent Silence

The Night Club

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 85:58


On this volume of Dunes Ricky, Trevor, Bryan and I talk to Grindhouse and Chuddle The Sam while they visit the Spookala horror convention. We also talk about attending conventions, our podcasting history and how its so awesome that we all connected. This one is podcasting history for all of us! CHUDDLE THE POD - https://linktr.ee/chuddlethepod FIXI'S PLAYGROUND - https://darkfixius.podbean.com/ SPOOKALA 2022 SHOUT OUTS Big E's Collectibles bigescollectibles@gmail.com www.bigescollectibles.com Instagram - bigescollectibles Kevin A. Davis – Author of The Khimmer Chronicles and Wight's Wrath - https://kevinarthurdavis.com/ Maria DeVivo - Author of Dawn of The Blood Witch and Altered series - https://www.mariadevivo.com/ Elliott Fullam https://linktr.ee/littlepunkpeople Lauren Lavera https://www.laurenlavera.com/ David Howard Thornton Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/davidhowardthornton/ Damien Leone Twitter - https://twitter.com/damienleone Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/damien_leone/ Phil Falcone IMDb - https://www.imdb.com/name/nm5910626/ Special Guests: Chuddle The Bryan, Chuddle The Sam, and Trevor Jordan Blanchard.

BREWtally Speaking Podcast
381. Tucker Rule (Thursday / LS Dunes)

BREWtally Speaking Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 56:13


Join Tucker and I as we talk about AZ, where Tucker was on tour that day, our experiences visiting the state, and how it along with other pockets of the US are starting to become hot beds for great shows, and if that's due to better promoters who want more for their scene, or bands/fans finally coming together to support live music in their area? We also talk about 20+ years of Thursday's career, memories surrounding the release of War All The Time, the impact that had on the scene as well as the youth facing the uncertainty of adulthood after 9/11. We also touch on Tucker finding himself once Thursday had disbanded, what it's been like since the band reunited. Tucker talks about his new project, LS Dunes, how that started, expanding on friendships he'd had with everyone else to now being bandmates. The importance of trusting your gut and not overthinking things and more in this chat with the Thursday percussionist. Intro Music: “Remember This Night” (Podcast Edit) by Chae Hawk “Pretty Lights" by Heartsick Show Sponsor: Rockabilia (www.rockabilia.com) USE OUR CODE BREWTALLY AND GET 10% OFF YOUR TOTAL ORDER!! Starving Artist Brewing Co (www.starvingartist.beer) Links: Facebook: www.facebook.com/thursday www.facebook.com/lsdunes www.facebook.com/rockabiliacom www.facebook.com/starvingartistbeer www.facebook.com/brewspeakpod Instagram: @tuckerrule, @thursdayband, @lsdunes, @rockabiliacom, @starvingartistbeer, @brewspeakpod, @jbeatty616 Twitter: @thursdayband, @lsdunes, @rockabiliacom, @brewspeakpod, @jbeatty616 Website: www.thursday.net www. lsdunes.com www.brewspeakpod.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/brewspeakpod Email: Brewtallyspeaking@gmail.com RATE/REVIEW/SUBSCRIBE!!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brewspeakpod/support

In My Footsteps: A Cape Cod and New England Podcast
Episode 97: Goodbye Lady of the Dunes, Producer Frank Durant Interview Pt. 2; Restaurant Storytime V: Lucky to Be Alive; Forgotten 80s Trading Cards; Unusual Discontinued Cereals(12-15-2022)

In My Footsteps: A Cape Cod and New England Podcast

Play Episode Play 46 sec Highlight Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 56:30


Episode 97 is a special show.  It kicks off with a second interview with Lady of the Dunes documentary producer Frank Durant.  It was recorded on location in Provincetown, with part of it being recorded from the exact location where the Lady of the Dunes, Ruth Marie Terry, was found in 1974.  The new revelations are discussed, as well as what's next for the documentary and the book.The mood gets a little lighter as Restaurant Storytime makes its return. The fifth installment tells the tale of when simple cleaning goes wrong.  This is another true story pulled from nearly two decades of craziness working in the hospitality industry.We go way Back In the Day to the 1980s and some of the oddest trading cards that have ever been produced. The 80s might not have had a monopoly on weird trading cards but bad movies, copycat cards, singers, television shows, and horrible real-world events are all things you could find on cards in that decade.There's also a brand new Top 5 that shares some of the strangest discontinued breakfast cereals ever.  Strange flavors, strange mascots, it should be no surprise that none of these lasted long. As always there's a new This Week In History and Time Capsule surrounding the last humans to walk on the moon(so far).Helpful Links from this Episode(available through Buzzsprout)Purchase Iconic Hotels and Motels of Cape CodBuy Me A Coffee!Wear Your WishKiwi's Kustoms - EtsyDJ Williams MusicKeeKee's Cape Cod KitchenCape Cod National Seashore Photography Book - Christopher SeufertChristopher Setterlund's YouTube ChannelChristopher Setterlund.comThe In My Footsteps Podcast BlogGoodbye Lady of the Dunes, Goodbye Ruth Marie TerryRuth Marie Terry(Lady of the Dunes) - FBI.govPreorder the Lady of the Dunes documentary!Listen to Episode 96 here.Support the show

Talk Toomey
Tucker Rule (Thursday/ L.S. Dunes)

Talk Toomey

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 31:47


Tucker Rule of Thursday and the newest supergroup to hit the airwaves, L.S. Dunes, joins the Talk Toomey podcast this week. Tucker and Joshua discuss putting together L.S. Dunes during the pandemic, his friendships with the members of the band and actually writing these songs in a room with the guys. Tucker speaks on taking Coheed and Cambria on one of their first tours, knowing My Chemical Romance from them attending Thursday shows in the early days and watching his friends become successful. The guys talk about the influences on Thursday and how Tucker approaches writing drum parts. Tucker then tells the story of filling in for My Chemical Romance at the height of The Black Parade. The chat ends with the futures of both L.S. Dunes and Thursday. 

The Night Club
Episode 74: Dunes Cantina Vol. 10: Cheeking Medication

The Night Club

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 77:04


While visiting Dunes we retread some Chuddle territory and tease some of our views of horror films from 2022. Fixi's Playground: https://darkfixius.podbean.com/ Special Guest: Trevor Jordan Blanchard.

Lead Singer Syndrome with Shane Told
New Noise (Top 5 Releases of the Week) 12/09/2022

Lead Singer Syndrome with Shane Told

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 55:56


After a couple weeks off we are back on the New Noise! We had to discuss some of our favorite records from the past few weeks, from Chelsea Grin, L.S. Dunes, Action/Adventure and Young Culture. We've got a Top 5 releases to watch out for this week, and as always follow Mike's Instagram @slappyslam for the full list!   Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/lss to get a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 4 additional months for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30 day money-back guarantee! Give the gift of KNOWLEDGE from Masterclass! With over 180 instructors from the very top of their fields, you can learn songwriting from John Legend, cooking from Gordon Ramsey, drumming from Ringo Starr and much more! Special offer: Give one annual membership and get one free! Head over to masterclass.com/lss today! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Getting It Out
Episode 260 - L.S. Dunes

Getting It Out

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 62:46


L.S. DUNES features members of My Chemical Romance, Coheed & Cambria, Thursday, & Circa Survive. So, it may not be a surprise that their debut album Past Lives, is quite simply, one of the best albums of 2022. Tucker Rule (drums) details how the band came to be and how he hopes for it to continue, on this episode of GETTING IT OUT PODCAST.Music by:Misery WhipL.S. DunesPolarIntro music by:Hot ZonePatreon: https://www.patreon.com/GettingitoutpodcastEmail: dan@gettingitout.netWebsite: http://gettingitout.net/Instagram: @getting_it_out_podcastFacebook: www.facebook.com/gettingitoutpodcastTwitter: @GettingItOutPod Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/getting-it-out. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

In My Footsteps: A Cape Cod and New England Podcast
Episode 96: Edaville Railroad, Top 5 Christmas TV Specials, Old School Kids/Teens Magazines, Shelburne VT(12-8-2022)

In My Footsteps: A Cape Cod and New England Podcast

Play Episode Play 45 sec Highlight Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 55:17


Episode 96 dives headlong into the Holiday Season.It begins with a look at a spot near and dear to my, and many other New Englanders, hearts.  Edaville Railroad in Carver, Massachusetts combines Christmas scenery, cranberries, and trains into one delightful family-friendly park.  Learn the story of how it got started and how it has persevered through nearly eight decades.Tis the time of year for beloved Christmas TV specials. This week's Top 5 will look at some of them sure to give you plenty of good watching throughout the month. Charlie Brown, Rudolph, and more will bring back childhood memories and create new ones.As kids when first discovering reading it was fascinating and exciting to find magazines geared toward younger people. From elementary school through high school there were great publications that made childhood fun. Reminisce about some of the beloved kids and teens magazines as we go way Back In the Day.This week's Road Trip combines a lot of what makes the Holiday Season special. Snow, wide open spaces, a quintessential small town, and of course teddy bears.  The town of Shelburne, Vermont is home to the Vermont Teddy Bear company and is sure to make for a perfect backdrop to December traveling.There will of course be a brand new This Week In History and Time Capsule looking back at a date that will live in infamy.Helpful Links from this Episode(available through Buzzsprout)Purchase Iconic Hotels and Motels of Cape CodBuy Me A Coffee!Wear Your WishKiwi's Kustoms - EtsyDJ Williams MusicKeeKee's Cape Cod KitchenCape Cod National Seashore Photography Book - Christopher SeufertChristopher Setterlund's YouTube ChannelChristopher Setterlund.comThe In My Footsteps Podcast BlogCape Cod True Crime: The Lady of the Dunes & Tony CostaRuth Marie Terry(Lady of the Dunes) - FBI.govPreorder the Lady of the Dunes documentary!Lake Champlain Chamber.orgEdaville.comListen to Episode 95 here.Support the show

The Night Club
Episode 73: Dunes Cantina Vol. 9: Redneck Swamp Donkey

The Night Club

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 81:41


Deer hunting and horror talk lead the patrons of Dunes Cantina to list off their Top 5 Favorite War Films and we tease whats coming up on the Joe Blow Horror Show. Listen until the end for all the exclusives. Also, the burping gets out of hand on this one. Joe Blow Horror Show: https://joeblowhorrorshow.podbean.com/ Fixi's Playground: https://darkfixius.podbean.com/ Special Guests: Bostuna, Cody Israel , and Trevor Jordan Blanchard.

Scary Mysteries
Strange & Scary MYSTERIES of the Month - November 2022

Scary Mysteries

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 18:11


Today we start with a very intriguing conspiracy about the suspicious death of a Cryptocoin founder. Next up - a shocking update on the cold case known as the Lady of the Dunes. We move on to a weird case in northwestern Arizona where a home was investigated for a burglary case, but police found something much more horrifying. Then the case of a woman left for dead on a bridge in Oregon and we Wrap it all up with the development on a case of two teenagers who went missing and then were found murdered in Indianapolis. 

Creepy Cannabis Podcast
Episode Seventy-Eight: Ruth Marie Terry or The Lady of the Dunes

Creepy Cannabis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 39:11


This week we are talking about Ruth Marie Terry, also known as Lady of the Dunes, who was formerly an unidentified murder victim found on July 26, 1974, in the Race Point Dunes in Provincetown, Massachusetts. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/creepy-cannabis/support

D&D The Power Squid
C2E1. The Fate of Dunes

D&D The Power Squid

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 173:49


We begin our adventure with four new adventurers, a whole new galaxy to explore, and a new great villain still yet to discover. Our newfound party meets two differing people, both with opposite job opportunities. But which trail will they take on their way to legend? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/darkdnd123/message

In My Footsteps: A Cape Cod and New England Podcast
Episode 95: Hair Metal Glory Days; The Great Hyannis Fire of 1904; 1970s Product Fails; Pawtucket RI; First Auto Race(12-1-2022)

In My Footsteps: A Cape Cod and New England Podcast

Play Episode Play 45 sec Highlight Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 50:12


Episode 95 kicks off December and the Holiday season. We start off with the sad yet inspiring story of the Great Hyannis Fire of 1904.  Longtime Cape Codders likely don't recall a time when Hyannis' Main Street was anything but a bustling business center.  More than a century ago it was a mix of business and residential homes.  One December night in 1904 a terrible fire broke out and changed the face of Main Street forever.  The story is one of loss and yet also the perseverance of a bygone generation.This week's Road Trip is the delayed trip to the birthplace of the American Industrial Revolution, Pawtucket, Rhode Island.  Part city, part small town, this spot is known for its connection to the television show Family Guy as well as being the former home of the Pawtucket Red Sox. However, there is so much more to see and do, especially this time of year!Youth of the 1980s rejoice. This week we're going Back In the Day to when hair metal ruled the airwaves both on radio and MTV.  With roots in the elaborate stage shows of KISS and the frenetic frontmen like David Lee Roth of Van Halen hair metal carved out its own successful chapter in music.  Some of the music has aged better than others and it is all covered here.We've got a brand new Top 5 looking back at some of the biggest product failures of the 1970s.  From food to automobiles, technology to beauty products, there's a lot of laughter and head-shaking to be had here. There is also a brand new This Week In History and Time Capsule looking back at the very first automobile race in the United States.Helpful Links from this Episode(available through Buzzsprout)Purchase Iconic Hotels and Motels of Cape CodBuy Me A Coffee!Wear Your WishKiwi's Kustoms - EtsyDJ Williams MusicKeeKee's Cape Cod KitchenChristopher Setterlund's YouTube ChannelChristopher Setterlund.comThe In My Footsteps Podcast BlogCape Cod True Crime: The Lady of the Dunes & Tony CostaRuth Marie Terry(Lady of the Dunes) - FBI.govNorthern Rhode Island Chamber of CommerceListen to Episode 94 here.Support the show

The Skinny with Mike and Adam
Adam and Mike's 2022 In Memoriam

The Skinny with Mike and Adam

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 124:44


This is our last 'regular' episode of The Skinny for 2022 before our year-end celebration in December and we're taking the time to reflect on yet another strange year in our lives. Lots of ups and downs, disappointments and triumphs were sprinkled throughout and Adam and Mike share with one another and with our audience what the year-to-date was like for them. Additionally, we go over the tentative Skinny Draft and Bets results for the year as it looks like some winners have been chosen! Also on the episode, we share our thoughts on recent albums we checked out from artists like L.S. Dunes, The Smashing Pumpkins, Gatherers, Willow Smith, Arm's Length, and Siiickbrain. We both want to THANK YOU so much for choosing to spend some of your time with us this week and throughout this past year! Whether you're a new listener or a longtime fan, you being here and giving us an audience means the world to us and we hope that you'll stick around for the 2022 Year End Awards and beyond! #LSDunes #TheSmashingPumpkins #Gatherers #Willow #ArmsLength #Siiickbrain Find us on social media: https://discord.gg/2jv87Wypvw https://www.twitter.com/TheSkinnyPod https://www.instagram.com/mikewearsprada mail to:theskinnywithmikeandadam@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theskinnywithmikeandadam/support

Drinks with Johnny Podcast
A Saturday Chat with Tucker Rule

Drinks with Johnny Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 28:24


We hope you had a great Thanksgiving and survived through the madness of Black Friday, because we have a very special SATURDAY follow up call with L.S.Dunes & Thursday drummer Tucker Rule! We chat about: Hosting a "Crewsgiving" at Tucker's house Tucker's love of the RAIDERS Prepping for the Holiday season Plus much more! Become a FILTHY ANIMAL and get access to exclusive content: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2qKyxOwoa_Uz5d5xCZEUPw/join Explore More Drinks With Johnny: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/drinkswithjohnny Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drinkswithjohnny Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drinkswithjohnny Twitter: https://twitter.com/drinkswjohnny​​​​ Shop: https://www.drinkswithjohnny.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mysteries and Histories
79: Case Updates: JonBenet Ramsey, Lady of the Dunes, LISK and more!

Mysteries and Histories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 41:50


True crime is inherently a depressing topic, but occasionally some good news comes out when a perpetrator gets apprehended, someone gets identified or even new evidence is found and released - today we're going to discuss all of those latest updates!

As The Story Grows
Tucker Rule from Thursday & LS Dunes

As The Story Grows

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 31:53


Chapter 354 - "We're Really Really Lucky" ...as read by Tucker Rule of ThursdayThis week we welcome Thursday drummer Tucker Rule to the podcast! Tucker has a new band called LS Dunes, who released their debut LP, Past Lives, on November 11th via Fantasy Records. Tucker talks about the connection between skateboarding and getting into music, Thursday's early days, how he spent the pandemic, and the origins and excitement for his new project, LS Dunes. https://lsdunes.com/https://www.thursday.net/https://asthestorygrows.substack.com/ATSG on Discord https://discord.gg/V2d2juAZChapter 354 Music:LS Dunes - "2022"Thursday - "Understanding In A Car Crash"Thursday - "Signals Over The Air"LS Dunes - "Antibodies"LS Dunes - "Past Lives"LS Dunes - "Permanent Rebellion"---As The Story Grows links:​Help out at PatreonATSG WebsiteATSG Music and MerchJoin the Email ListATSG FacebookEmail: asthestorygrows@gmail.comYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNuP0_JUpT6DoIhhbGlwEYA?view_as=subscriber

Drinks with Johnny Podcast
Life on the Road with Tucker Rule

Drinks with Johnny Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 61:57


It's time to take a look at our current lives and our past lives with L.S. Dunes & Thursday drummer Tucker Rule! Tucker joins Johnny in-person at his bar just hours before he prepares to take the stage with Thursday in Garden Grove, CA. Tucker explains how he is able to schedule L.S. Dunes shows around both Thursday's and My Chemical Romance's tour dates, even if it means doing double duty on some nights. We get into the conception of L.S. Dunes and how the pandemic aided the forward moving progress of this project. Tucker reveals the inspiration behind the name of the supergroup, which leads to a conversation about psychedelics and energy vortexes. Things come back around full circle as we discuss what the future holds for L.S. Dunes and if the rest of the guys are treating it as a full time project. We also learn on this episode: Why Tucker decided to stop drinking The production process of L.S. Dunes How Frank Iero has influenced Tucker's drumming What Tucker & Johnny would do if they weren't in bands Become a FILTHY ANIMAL and get access to exclusive content: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2qKyxOwoa_Uz5d5xCZEUPw/join Explore More Drinks With Johnny: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/drinkswithjohnny Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drinkswithjohnny Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drinkswithjohnny Twitter: https://twitter.com/drinkswjohnny​​​​ Shop: https://www.drinkswithjohnny.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The MetalSucks Podcast
#465 - Travis Stever (L.S. Dunes, Coheed and Cambria)

The MetalSucks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 73:09


Travis Stever of Coheed and Cambria joins us this week to talk about his latest project L.S. Dunes. Thoughout the rest of the episode we discuss the origin of the project that eventually would become a supergroup, the energy and excitement of all the songs and how important that is to any project, and the story about establishing a link between his son's name and a famous English musician. We also discuss his excitement for The Damned going back to there original formation and playing shows, L.S. Dunes first performance ever at Riot Fest, and how Anthony Green was recruited into the project. During other parts of the show, Petar and Jozalyn discuss Ozzfest going to the Metaverse, how we felt watching the video clips, and Maynard James Keenan's comments about how TikTok “turns to desperation to very quickly.” Song: L.S. Dunes “Permanent Rebellion” Song: L.S Dunes “2022” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Forensic Tales
Lady of the Dunes

Forensic Tales

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 47:17


#151 -The badly decomposed body of a young woman was discovered in the Race Point Dunes in Provincetown, Massachusetts, in July 1974. The woman had been strangled, beaten, and sexually assaulted. Her killer removed her hands and several teeth to make it difficult for investigators to identify her. Without an identity, she became known as the Lady of the Dunes.  Support My Work If you love the show, the easiest way to show your support is by leaving us a positive rating with a review. You can also tell your family and friends about Forensic Tales. Patreon - If you would like to get early AD-free access to new episodes, have access to exclusive bonus content, snag exclusive show merch or just want to support what I'm doing, please visit our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/forensictales Support the show for as low as $3/month. Credits: Written and produced by Courtney Fretwell Rockefeller Audio production For a complete list of sources used in this episode, please visit forensictales.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

We Would Be Dead
Her Name is Ruth Terry (The Lady of the Dunes)

We Would Be Dead

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 91:17


  This week we're taking on a case that had a super important update recently. In 1974 while on vacation with her family in Provincetown Massachusetts, 12 year old Leslie Metcalf stumbled upon a gruesome murder sense, one that would remain a mystery for nearly fifty years. The victim was simply known as “the lady of the dunes". No one knew who she was, what happened to her, or if anyone was looking for her... But thanks to DNA analysis and modern genealogy websites this decades old cold case is one step closer to being solved. The victim has been identified as 37 year old Ruth Marie Terri, and her story is far from over. Click to learn more Original article on Guy Muldavin   WWBD Merch Buy your WWBD swag here!  Sponsors Shore Soaps Try Audible Plus Give the Gift of Audible! Kindle Unlimited Membership Amazon Prime Free Trial Join the Conversation         

Let's Not
Episode 25: Lady of the Dunes

Let's Not

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 54:55


The ladies catch up on their weekends. Sam finds even more Jake Doppelgangers. Michelle tells Sam the story of the Lady of the Dunes: On July 26, 1974, a woman's handless body was discovered in the dunes of Provincetown, MA, and becomes Massachusetts oldest unidentified murder. Forty-eight years later, after many leads, exhumations, and wild theories, the victim finally reclaims her name and a suspect is named.  Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/let-s-not/72989e2c-46da-4504-b8b7-cd33dcbf3f8e This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

Missing Maura Murray
340 // Kristen Mittelman of Othram Labs & DNA Solves

Missing Maura Murray

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 56:18


Check out our Crawlspace subscription service where we have a bonus show and ad-free episodes! https://crawlspace.supportingcast.fm/ Use promo code, "Crawlspace" for your first month FREE! Check out our Missing subscription service where we have a bonus show and ad-free episodes! https://missing.supportingcast.fm/ Use promo code, "Missing" for your first month FREE! In this episode, Tim Pilleri & Lance Reenstierna have the honor to speak with Kristen Mittelman of Othram Labs & DNA Solves. Kristen Mittelman is the Chief Development Officer of Othram Inc., a biometrics company using DNA sequencing and genomics to advance human identification. Dr. Mittelman received her Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Baylor College of Medicine where her research focused on developing assays to study the processes of genetic mutation and repair of such mutations in neurons. Othram is the first private laboratory built to apply the power of modern parallel sequencing to forensic evidence. They help investigators break through previously impenetrable forensic DNA barriers and close previously unsolvable cases. Recently, Othram made two remarkable identifications: Sharon Lee Gallegos formerly known as Little Miss Nobody (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Sharon_Lee_Gallegos) and Ruth Marie Terry formerly known as The Lady of the Dunes (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruth_Marie_Terry). Visit Othram's website: https://othram.com/ Visit DNA Solves website: https://dnasolves.com/ Follow Othram & DNA Solves on Twitter https://twitter.com/othramtech and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/OthramTech/ This episode is brought to you in part by our wonderful sponsors, Modern Fertility, Vessi, ButcherBox & Best Fiends. Modern Fertility will help you find power in your fertility info and get proactive about your reproductive health. Get $30 off your fertility test when you go to https://modernfertility.com/Crawlspace30/ Vessi is a remarkable company that produces high quality, lightweight footwear and gloves that are 100% waterproof. We love them and you will too! Go to https://vessi.com/ and use code CRAWLSPACE for 15% off your entire order! ButcherBox was started with the idea that everyone should have access to high-quality, humanely raised meat. Each month, they deliver 100% grass-fed beef, humanely raised pork, and free-range organic chicken straight to your door. And they are about to help you out this Thanksgiving... Sign up today at butcherbox.com/CRAWLSPACE and use code CRAWLSPACE to get one 10-14 lb Turkey FREE in your first box! Download your new favorite getaway, BEST FIENDS, for FREE today on the App Store or Google Play. Another true crime show we are sure you'll enjoy is our friends Justin & Aaron from The Generation Why Podcast! Follow them on Amazon Music or listen early and ad free on Apple Podcasts or the Wondery App. Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/crawlspacepod  Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Crawlspacepodcast  Follow us on Instagram: https://www.Instagram.com/Crawlspacepodcast Follow us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@crawlspacepodcast The music for Crawlspace was produced by David Flajnik. Listen to his music here: https://www.pond5.com/artist/bigdsound  Check out our entire network at http://crawlspace-media.com/ Join the Crawlspace Discussion Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/talkcrawlspace/ Crawlspace Media is part of the Glassbox Media Network. Check them out here: https://glassboxmedia.com/ Go to https://smile.amazon.com/ to connect your existing Amazon account to donate to PI's For the Missing. Follow Private Investigations For the Missing https://investigationsforthemissing.org/ http://piftm.org/donate https://twitter.com/PIFortheMissing https://www.facebook.com/PIFortheMissing/ https://www.instagram.com/investigationsforthemissing/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mind Over Murder
A Serial Killer on Cape Cod?

Mind Over Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 33:49


"Lady of the Dunes" Ruth Marie Terry's husband Guy Maldevin may prove to be her killer, now that her identity has been finally revealed thanks to Investigative Genetic Genealogy. Maldevin, a long-time conman, may be involved in several other murders beyond Cape Cod, including that of his former wife and step daughter in Seattle in 1960, and possibly a young couple ten years before that in Fortuna, CA. Join "Mind Over Murder" co-hosts Bill Thomas and Kristin Dilley for a fascinating true crime news roundup.NBC10 Investigators: Man Eyed in Lady of the Dunes Murder Had a Dark Side https://www.nbcboston.com/investigations/lady-dunes-ruth-marie-terry-husband-guy-muldavin/2891059/SF Gate: California man questioned in double murder linked to 'Lady of the Dunes' victim Ruth Marie Terryhttps://www.sfgate.com/crime/article/lady-of-the-dunes-family-history-17552900.phpCape Cod Times: Ruth Marie Terry of Tennessee ID'd as 'Lady of the Dunes': New info in 1974 MA cold casehttps://www.capecodtimes.com/story/news/crime/2022/10/31/lady-of-the-dunes-dna-provincetown-massachusetts-victim-identity-headless-body/69605688007/The Trail Went Cold Podcast:https://www.trailwentcold.com/category/podcast-episodes/Follow Othram's DNA Solves: You can help solve a case. Help fund a case or contribute your DNA. Your support helps solve crimes, enable the identification of John & Jane Does, and bring closure to families. Joining is fast, secure, and easy.https://dnasolves.com/Join the discussion on our Mind Over Murder and Colonial Parkway Murders pages on Facebook.Mind Over Murder on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mindoverpodcastColonial Parkway Murders Facebook page with more than 15,000 followers: https://www.facebook.com/ColonialParkwayCaseYou can also participate in an in-depth discussion of the Colonial Parkway Murders here:https://earonsgsk.proboards.com/board/50/colonial-parkway-murdersMind Over Murder is proud to be a Spreaker Prime Podcaster:https://www.spreaker.comNew Article in Virginia Gazette: 35 Years Later, Victims' Families in Colonial Parkway Murders Still Searching for Answers, Hope DNA AdJoin the discussion on our Mind Over Murder and Colonial Parkway Murders pages on Facebook.Mind Over Murder on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mindoverpodcastColonial Parkway Murders Facebook page with more than 15,000 followers: https://www.facebook.com/ColonialParkwayCaseYou can also participate in an in-depth discussion of the Colonial Parkway Murders here:https://earonsgsk.proboards.com/board/50/colonial-parkway-murdersMind Over Murder is proud to be a Spreaker Prime Podcaster:https://www.spreaker.comNew Article in Virginia Gazette: 35 Years Later, Victims' Families in Colonial Parkway Murders Still Searching for Answers, Hope DNA Advances will Solve Case By Em Holter and Abigail Adcoxhttps://www.dailypress.com/virginiagazette/va-vg-colonial-parkway-murders-anniversary-1024-20211022-76jkpte6qvez7onybmhbhp7nfi-story.htmlNew Article in Medium: The Colonial Parkway Murders — A Tale of Two Killers? By Quinn Zanehttps://medium.com/unburied/the-colonial-parkway-murders-a-tale-of-two-killers-1e8fda367a48Washington Post: "Crimes of Passion"https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/opinions/1997/08/15/crimes-of-passion/0a38e8f9-6d04-48e4-a847-7d3cba53c363/New feature article in the Daily Beast: "Inside the Maddening Search for Virginia's Colonial Parkway Serial Killer" By Justin Rohrlichhttps://www.thedailybeast.com/what-happened-to-cathleen-thomas-and-rebecca-dowski-inside-the-hunt-for-the-colonial-parkway-killerCitizens! Check out our new line of "Mind Over Murder" t-shirts and other good stuff !https://www.teepublic.com/stores/mind-over-murder-podcast?ref_id=23885Washington Post Op-Ed Piece by Deidre Enright of the Innocence Project:"The FBI should use DNA, not posters, to solve a cold-case murder" https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/06/25/julie-williams-laura-winans-unsolved-murder-test-dna/Oxygen: "Loni Coombs Feels A Kinship To 'Lovers' Lane' Victim Cathy Thomas"Loni Coombs felt an immediate connection to Cathy Thomas, a groundbreaking gay woman who broke through barriers at the U.S. Naval Academy before she was brutally murdered along the Colonial Parkway in Virginia.https://www.oxygen.com/crime-news/loni-coombs-feels-a-kinship-to-colonial-parkway-victim-cathy-thomasYou can contribute to help "Mind Over Murder" do our important work:https://mindovermurderpodcast.com/supportFour one-hour episodes on the Colonial Parkway Murders are available on Oxygen as "The Lover's Lane Murders." The series is available on the free Oxygen app, Hulu, YouTube, Amazon, and many other platforms. https://www.oxygen.com/lovers-lane-murders Oxygen" "Who Were The Colonial Parkway Murder Victims? 8 Young People All Killed In Virginia Within 4 Years" https://www.oxygen.com/lovers-lane-murders/crime-news/who-were-the-colonial-parkway-murder-victims Washington Post Magazine: "Victims, Families and America's Thirst for True-Crime Stories." "For Bill Thomas, his sister Cathy's murder is a deeply personal tragedy. For millions of true-crime fans, it's entertainment." https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/magazine/wp/2019/07/30/feature/victims-families-and-americas-thirst-for-true-crime-stories/Daily Press excellent series of articles on the Colonial Parkway Murders: "The Parkway" http://digital.dailypress.com/static/parkway_cottage/main/index.htmlColonial Parkway Murders website: https://colonialparkwaymurders.com Mind Over Murder Podcast website: https://mindovermurderpodcast.comPlease subscribe and rate us at your favorite podcast sites. Ratings and reviews are very important. Please share and tell your friends!We launch a new episode of "Mind Over Murder" every Monday morning, and a bonus episode every Thursday morning.Sponsors: Othram and DNAsolves.comContribute Your DNA to help solve cases: https://dnasolves.com/user/registerFollow "Mind Over Murder" on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MurderOverFollow Bill Thomas on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BillThomas56Follow "Colonial Parkway Murders" on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ColonialParkwayCase/Follow us on InstaGram:: https://www.instagram.com/colonialparkwaymurders/Check out the entire Crawlspace Media network at http://crawlspace-media.com/

Boston Confidential Beantown's True Crime Podcast
The Lady of the Dunes-Has been identified as Ruth Marie Terry, she was unnamed for almost 50 years

Boston Confidential Beantown's True Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 30:32


Ruth Terry  was named as the Lady of the Dunes in Provincetown, Massachusetts. The  horrifying and mutilated remains were discovered by a teenage girl on Race Point beach in July 1974. She went unnamed for forty-eight years. Ruth Terry apparently had several aliases, as did her husband Guy Rockwell Muldavin. He never reported her missing and he was suspected in a double homicide in Seattle, Washington. Muldavin died in 2002, now the police have been trying to piece his life together. Muldavin also used many aliases, what was going on here? The FBI used genealogical DNA to locate Mrs Terry's family and the identification was made. This is an amazing story, don't miss it! please share! Fox News https://fxn.ws/3tpiGgMMass Live https://bit.ly/3TDwHSGNy Times https://nyti.ms/3UAXcJI

The Peer Pleasure Podcast
Travis Stever (Coheed and Cambria/L.S. Dunes)

The Peer Pleasure Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 103:58


Episode 311 is up and live now with my good buddy and longtime fan of the podcast, Travis Stever of Coheed and Cambria and now L.S. Dunes! The new Dunes record is called "Past Lives" and is out today! Go check it out after you listen to this chat! Don't forget to rate and subscribe! We are now proudly presented by Equal Vision Records and Sound Talent Media.  @equalvision @stmpodcasts   Love the show? Sign up for Premium Pleasure Http://peerpleasure.supportingcast.fm   Visit the website at: www.peerpleasurepodcast.com   Go Rate, Write a Review and subscribe to the show now on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts.   You can now rate the show on Spotify! Please take a moment to do that now if you are streaming on Spotify. Follow the show on Instagram: @peerpleasurepod Follow the show on Twitter: @podpeerpleasure Follow the show on Facebook: @peerppod You can email me at: peerpleasurepod@gmail.com Don't forget to check out our amazing sponsors! Go to distrokid.com/vip/ppp for 30% off your years membership to get your music distributed online everywhere! Thank you DistroKid! Go to Rockabilia.com and enter code “PEER15” for 15% off your total order on band merch now! Go to Hearinglife.com to set up your complimentary hearing evaluation now! @thunderboltguitars @ryderevanrobison.studio @stringjoy @rockabilia @distrokid @hearinglife Music Credits: Opening theme song, "Trans-Am Sunday" by Hobosexual Closing theme song, "My (fucking) Deer Hunter" by Fear Before The March Of Flames Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Crawlspace: True Crime & Mysteries
328 // Kristen Mittelman of Othram Labs & DNA Solves

Crawlspace: True Crime & Mysteries

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 56:48


Check out our Crawlspace subscription service where we have a bonus show and ad-free episodes! https://crawlspace.supportingcast.fm/ Use promo code, "Crawlspace" for your first month FREE! Check out our Missing subscription service where we have a bonus show and ad-free episodes! https://missing.supportingcast.fm/ Use promo code, "Missing" for your first month FREE! In this episode, Tim Pilleri & Lance Reenstierna have the honor to speak with Kristen Mittelman of Othram Labs & DNA Solves. Kristen Mittelman is the Chief Development Officer of Othram Inc., a biometrics company using DNA sequencing and genomics to advance human identification. Dr. Mittelman received her Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Baylor College of Medicine where her research focused on developing assays to study the processes of genetic mutation and repair of such mutations in neurons. Othram is the first private laboratory built to apply the power of modern parallel sequencing to forensic evidence. They help investigators break through previously impenetrable forensic DNA barriers and close previously unsolvable cases. Recently, Othram made two remarkable identifications: Sharon Lee Gallegos formerly known as Little Miss Nobody (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Sharon_Lee_Gallegos) and Ruth Marie Terry formerly known as The Lady of the Dunes (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruth_Marie_Terry). Visit Othram's website: https://othram.com/ Visit DNA Solves website: https://dnasolves.com/ Follow Othram & DNA Solves on Twitter https://twitter.com/othramtech and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/OthramTech/ This episode is brought to you in part by our wonderful sponsors, Vessi, ButcherBox & Best Fiends. Vessi is a remarkable company that produces high quality, lightweight footwear and gloves that are 100% waterproof. We love them and you will too! Go to https://vessi.com/ and use code CRAWLSPACE for 15% off your entire order! ButcherBox was started with the idea that everyone should have access to high-quality, humanely raised meat. Each month, they deliver 100% grass-fed beef, humanely raised pork, and free-range organic chicken straight to your door. And they are about to help you out this Thanksgiving... Sign up today at butcherbox.com/CRAWLSPACE and use code CRAWLSPACE to get one 10-14 lb Turkey FREE in your first box! Download your new favorite getaway, BEST FIENDS, for FREE today on the App Store or Google Play. Another true crime show we are sure you'll enjoy is our friends Justin & Aaron from The Generation Why Podcast! Follow them on Amazon Music or listen early and ad free on Apple Podcasts or the Wondery App. Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/crawlspacepod  Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Crawlspacepodcast  Follow us on Instagram: https://www.Instagram.com/Crawlspacepodcast Follow us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@crawlspacepodcast The music for Crawlspace was produced by David Flajnik. Listen to his music here: https://www.pond5.com/artist/bigdsound  Check out our entire network at http://crawlspace-media.com/ Join the Crawlspace Discussion Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/talkcrawlspace/ Crawlspace Media is part of the Glassbox Media Network. Check them out here: https://glassboxmedia.com/ Go to https://smile.amazon.com/ to connect your existing Amazon account to donate to PI's For the Missing. Follow Private Investigations For the Missing https://investigationsforthemissing.org/ http://piftm.org/donate https://twitter.com/PIFortheMissing https://www.facebook.com/PIFortheMissing/ https://www.instagram.com/investigationsforthemissing/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices