Wandering from the tunnel at Old Trafford to the car park, John Davidson joins us to reflect on a fourth Grand Final win in a row for St. Helens, who were the better team and, as expected, were too good for a Leeds Rhinos side who weren't disgraced in defeat. Plus, the big winners from the Women's Super League Awards probably speak exclusively to us, unless we missed someone else there.
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/366 Presented By: FishHound Expeditions, Country Financial, Angler's Coffee, Range Meal Bars Sponsors: https://wetflyswing.com/sponsors Charles St. Pierre from Northwest Spey Casting is here to teach us how to up Spey game today. This is loaded with a ton of great tips and it's just too much to put in writing. He breaks it down step by step that you can simply imagine how it works, plus the recommender gear, flies, and everything Spey fishing. We hear about the story of where he was during the Mount St. Helens eruption and how it affected the fisheries in Northwest Washington. Charles also takes us to the Olympic Peninsula rivers, his favorite waters to fish. Spey Casting Lessons Show Notes with Charles St. Pierre 05:30 - Charles tells the story of how he remembered Mt St. Helens eruption - the deadliest volcanic eruption in US history (1980) 09:00 - Charles started Spey casting in the mid-90s and began teaching in the late 90s, then started Northwest Spey Casting 11:30 - We had George Cook on the podcast in episode 131 who told us about the NW Spey history 13:30 - For winter and early spring fishing is Skagit sink tip. For late summer, it's Scandi and early fall presentations 27:35 - Charles explains the angle change in Spey casting 30:15 - Charles breaks down the double Spey in 3 movements: 1. Lift - to bring the fly from downstream up close to the caster within a rod's length. 2. Reposition - cross your right arms, where your right arm now becomes your upstream hand. Uncross your arms to develop the D-loop and swing your rod tip back down to the downstream side at a slightly rising angle. 3. Then make the forward cast from there. 35:30 - Tip: If you want to develop a good forward cast, you have to develop a good back cast 47:40 - Charle's favorite way to fish is with a floating line with a long leader, and with either a wet or a dry fly 56:55 - Charles loves fishing the Olympic Peninsula rivers 58:45 - The glaciers in the Olympic Peninsula are almost all gone 59:00 - Winter fishing starts in Olympic Peninsula around Thanksgiving in November 1:05:18 - For lines, Charles uses a Rio mid-belly and some Next Cast and Boss for long lines of 60 feet or more - they work well with 15 to 16-foot rods. For leaders, generally match the length of the rod. 1:08:30 - Charles took fly tying class from Alec Jackson. He learned to tie Skunk Spade and Sock River Grub. His favorite fly for steelhead is a Muddler. 1:15:45 - Charles ties Hobo Spey, Foxy Dog, and custom flies for clients. 1:19:00 - Dave McNeese talked about making a book about his fly fishing life Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/366
Episode 178 – 10 Facts Every Christian Needs to Know 6 – Age Irregularities Welcome to Anchored by Truth brought to you by Crystal Sea Books. In John 14:6, Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth, and the life.” The goal of Anchored by Truth is to encourage everyone to grow in the Christian faith by anchoring themselves to the secure truth found in the inspired, inerrant, and infallible word of God. Script: They will say, “Where is this ‘coming’ he promised? Ever since our ancestors died, everything goes on as it has since the beginning of creation.” 2 Peter, chapter 3, verse 4, New International Version ******** VK: Hello! I’m Victoria K. Welcome to Anchored by Truth brought to you by Crystal Sea Books. We’re very glad to be with you today as we continue the series we started a few weeks ago on Anchored by Truth. We are calling this series “10 Facts Every Christian Needs to Know.” In the studio today we have RD Fierro. RD is an author and the founder of Crystal Sea Books. He is the one picking the facts we are covering in this series. RD, we’ve covered 4 of the 10 facts so far in this series. How about if we do a quick refresher on those four facts? RD: Well, I would also like to say hello to all the listeners joining us here today. We’re very grateful for those who have an interest in deepening their faith by thinking carefully about the Bible and the truth that it contains. The first fact that we discussed was that every Christian needs to know is that science confirms that the universe and earth are thousands of years old, not millions or billions of years old. The second fact we covered was that the complexity of life makes it impossible for life to have arisen as a result of the random collision of atoms and molecules – even if you could explain the existence of the atoms and molecules to begin with. Fact number 3 is that there is solid scientific evidence that the tallest mountains on earth were underwater at one time. And the 4th fact every Christian needs to know is that the fossil record does not support evolution. VK: So, briefly put the first fact helps dispel the assertion that “Deep Time” is supported scientifically. Said slightly differently, the conventional idea that the universe and earth are billions of years old does not possess the scientific support that is commonly supposed. The 2nd fact dispels the idea that living creatures could have risen by chance through the random, chaotic interaction of inanimate matter. The 3rd fact points out that the earth as we see it today reflects at least one previous catastrophic flood sometime in its history. And the 4th fact reveals that there is no direct scientific evidence that evolution as conceived by Charles Darwin ever occurred. RD: Yes. Just to amplify what we are talking about with that 4th fact, Dr. Pierre P. Grasse’ who was one of the world’s greatest living biologists, in his book Evolution of Living Organisms said that “the process of evolution is revealed only through fossil forms. A knowledge of paleontology is, therefore, a prerequisite; only paleontology can provide … the evidence of evolution and reveal its course or mechanisms.” In other words Dr. Grasse’ plainly said there is no scientific evidentiary mechanism that can make up for the lack of transitional forms in the fossil record. And, David Kitts, a professor of geology at the University of Oklahoma said, “Evolution requires intermediate forms between species and paleontology does not provide them.” VK: These facts taken together really point out that so much of what is normally taken for granted in our culture – primary narratives as you call them - really rests on an untenable foundation. You like to distinguish between primary and secondary narratives because you think that that understanding that distinction is very important to Christians being able be salt and light to the culture. What do you mean by primary and secondary narratives? RD: Primary narratives are overarching paradigms so embedded in the culture that they are not even noticed any more. They are like the framed art prints on your wall. Initially you see them and think about them, but as time goes by you notice them less and less. Eventually you only notice them when a visitor comes in and makes a comment about them. Deep time, evolution, and uniformitarianism - among others - are now primary narratives in our culture. Only fools and the suspect disagree with them. The narratives we notice, such as the prominent social and political narratives, are secondary ones - the acceptability of abortion or same sex marriage, the difference between "green" energy and fossil fuels, increased government control and regulation over our daily lives, etc. The secondary ones emerge from and are dependent on the primary ones. VK: Why is that? RD: Because most people need to believe that there is at least a modicum of consistency in their worldview – their value set. Before the appearance of these primary narratives it was far more difficult for people to simply side step God and His authority. But Deep Time and the Big Bang did away with the need to see God as the Creator of the physical universe. Widespread belief in evolution did away with the need to have God as the Author of Life. Uniformitarianism replaced catastrophism as the dominant view for how the topographic features of the earth was produced. Catastrophism was the belief that the physical features of our planet were largely shaped by one or more catastrophes such as the Genesis global flood. This did away with the previously widespread narrative that God had not only created everything but that he was also the Administrator of Justice. Genesis makes it pretty clear that the global flood was caused because of sin. VK: Genesis, chapter 6, verses 5 through 7 say, “The Lord saw how great the wickedness of the human race had become on the earth, and that every inclination of the thoughts of the human heart was only evil all the time. The Lord regretted that he had made human beings on the earth, and his heart was deeply troubled. So the Lord said, “I will wipe from the face of the earth the human race I have created—and with them the animals, the birds and the creatures that move along the ground—for I regret that I have made them.” RD: Right. So, notice that the predominant result of these primary narratives – Deep Time, evolution, uniformitarianism - was to get rid of a perceived need for God. Before the General Theory of Evolution came around even atheists admitted that they had no adequate way to explain the existence of the created order and life. VK: Probably the most prominent atheist of the last 3 or 4 decades is Richard Dawkins. Even Dawkins has written that “Although atheism might have been logically tenable before Darwin, Darwin made it possible to be an intellectually fulfilled atheist.” In other words Darwin gave a level of respectability to an idea that previously was widely and easily dismissed – the idea that living creatures did not need a Creator to explain their existence. Before Darwin it’s not that evolutionary-type theories didn’t exist, but they had no hold or approval in popular culture. RD: Yes. So, once our modern culture got rid of the common-sensical notion that God exists the post-modernists were free to redefine a value set free of God. This included the definition of family, the suitability of various sexual practices, man’s dominion over nature, the distinction among religious truth claims, etc. We replaced a value system characterized by the 10 commandments with a value system characterized by humanist principles. VK: So in this “10 Facts” series we are challenging the truth of those primary narratives, aren’t we? I think this is part of what Jesus meant when he said, “you will know the truth and the truth will set you free.” That’s John, chapter 8, verse 32. So, what truth do we want to focus on today? What is fact 5 of the 10 facts every Christian needs to know? RD: Fact 5 is that the conventional dates assigned to the age of the earth and universe do not possess the scientific support normally presumed. VK: What you’re saying is that when we hear on various tv shows and internet videos that the universe is 14.5 Billion years old and the earth is 4.5 Billion years old – there is really very little, if any, scientific support for assigning those dates. I think you better elaborate on what you’re thinking. RD: In our first fact of this series we began our disabuse of the notion of Deep Time by citing 3 lines of evidence that show that the earth and universe are thousands of years old – not Billions. In our second episode we added a fourth line of evidence. VK: And those episodes are available on our website, crystalseabooks.com, or their favorite podcasting app for anyone who wants to review them. RD: Today, rather than focusing on evidence that the earth is “young” I want to focus on the problems associated with the way conventional science has assigned those long dates. To begin with we need to recognize that there is no way for scientists, or anyone, to “measure” the age of the earth and universe – even though that idea circulates widely in our culture. No scientist has measured the age of the earth. They can’t because it is impossible to measure age. The age of events that extend beyond our recording ability are always calculated – they are not measured. VK: What do you mean that the ages are “calculated?” RD: There are 3 and only 3 ways of determining the age of anything. If we have the right records we can simply go to the records and determining how much time has passed between the start of the event and the end of the event. VK: And that’s how we usually determine our own age. We know our birthdate and the current year and we simply subtract one date from the other. For some of you that’s getting harder day by day. RD: Right. At my age counting on fingers and toes doesn’t cut it any more. Going to the records works provided we have reliable records. Another way of determining age is to compare something of an unknown age with something of a known age and determining how they compare. VK: An example of this approach might be if a doctor was trying to determine the age of a child and didn’t have the child’s records or history. The doctor can tell how tall the child is, how much they weigh, the kind of teeth the child possesses, etc. Doctors have good ideas of how fast children normally develop and so can probably make a reasonably accurate determination of a child’s age based on their stage of development. But this kind of an approach assumes that the child is about average and didn’t have any conditions that affected their growth and development. These assumptions might be wrong and would produce an incorrect age. The comparative approach is often used and works well in archeology. Archeologists can compare a new find from a new site and see whether there are any existing artifacts that resemble the new find. If we know that a particular piece of pottery came from the 1st century AD in Israel and we find an unknown piece of pottery we can compare the two and see if the new piece looks similar to previously identified artifact. But again, this assumes that the first artifact was dated correctly. RD: Right. And the third way of determining age is by measuring the rate of some process, and the amount of product that process produces, and working out how long it would take to produce that amount of product at that rate of production. Said differently, the age is calculated by determining or knowing the rate of change associated with a process and then using that rate and changes in the state of an object or creature based on that rate to infer the passage of time. This process can be very accurate. For instance, forensic scientists may use this kind of an approach in helping decide when someone died. The forensic scientists may know that the presence of certain stages of insects around a dead body can reveal how long it has been since death occurred. This approach can also be accurate where we know with certainty the starting nature of the object or element we are dating and that there have not been material changes either in the rate of change or the introduction of external contaminants. Unfortunately, using processes and rates of change, especially radioactive decay, is the most common way scientists try to approach dating the age of rocks and the earth. VK: And that is, of course, where uncertainty enters the picture. For example radioactive uranium naturally decays into lead. Scientists can measure how fast this is happening now. They can then measure how much lead is present in a rock, and calculate how long it would take for uranium decay to produce that much lead. But in making this calculation the scientist is making several assumptions. They must assume that all the lead came from uranium, that no uranium or lead entered or left the rock since it was formed, and that the rate of decay of the uranium has remained constant. All these assumptions are unprovable and some are unreasonable. What this example illustrates is that using process and rate change to calculate the age of the earth must, by necessity, involve making lots of unprovable assumptions. And this weakness adheres to radioactive decay determined ages regardless of the scientific sophistication involved in actually taking measurements. RD: Right. We have no way of knowing what the initial state of the rock was because no one was, or could have been, there to examine the rock at the time it was formed. But what we do know is that there have been some pretty spectacular errors made in dating rocks when we do know when the rock was formed. VK: You’re thinking about one of your favorite examples of the rocks that were taken from the Mount St. Helens volcano. Like all erupting volcanoes it created a great deal of new rock and the accumulating rock has formed a fairly large dome. The current dome is three-quarters of a mile long and 1,100 feet high. The current dome started growing after the volcano’s last explosive eruption on October 17, 1980. There were 17 so-called dome-building eruptions that stretched from October 18, 1980 to October 26th 1986. A thick pasty lava oozed out of the volcanic vent like toothpaste from a tube and because the kind of lava that was oozing it was too thick to flow very far. It simply piled up around the vent forming the mountain-like dome. There’s a good article about the dating of the rocks from Mount St. Helens on creation.com the website for Creation Ministries International. RD: Yes. The article points out that one geologist sent samples of the rocks formed during the eruption and from some mineral concentrates that were taken from the rock. When the lab dated the rock and the samples the dates they assigned were around 350,000 years old for the rock and 2.8 Million years old for the mineral concentrates. The dating method used at Mount St Helens was the potassium-argon method, which is widely used in geological circles. It is based on the fact that potassium-40 (an isotope of the element potassium) spontaneously ‘decays’ into argon-40 (an isotope of the element argon). This process proceeds very slowly at a known rate, having a half-life for potassium-40 of 1.3 billion years. In other words, 1.0 gram of potassium-40 would, in 1.3 billion years, theoretically decay to the point that only one-half gram was left. VK: So, using this method the lab that was assigning the dates assigned dates of a few hundred thousand years old to over two and a half million years old. But we know that all the samples that were being dated had been formed between 1980 and 1986. Right? RD: Right. And this example illustrates the problems with using radioactive decay processes to assign dates to rocks or geological material. Contrary to what is generally believed, it is not just a matter of measuring the amount of potassium-40 and argon-40 in a volcanic rock sample of unknown age, and calculating a date. To be accurate we need to know the history of the rock. For example, we need to know how much ‘daughter’ element was present in the rock when it formed. In most situations we don’t know. Since we can’t measure the proportions of parent and daughter elements scientists have to make assumptions. They have to guess. It is routinely assumed that there was no argon initially. But even if we knew the starting proportions we would also need to know whether potassium-40 or argon-40 has leaked into, or out of, the rock since it formed. Again, there is no way of knowing, so assumptions have to be made. It is routinely assumed that no leakage occurred. It is only after we have made these assumptions that we can calculate an ‘age’ for the rock. And when this is done, the ‘age’ of most rocks calculated in this way is usually very great, often millions of years. VK: And this example of errant dating of recently formed rocks is not limited to Mount St. Helens. In his book “The Greatest Hoax on Earth” Dr. Jonathan Sarfati cites a similar example of misdated rocks from a New Zealand volcano. The volcano erupted in 1949, 1954, and 1975 but the dates assigned by potassium-argon dating ranged from 250,000 years old to three and a half million years old. RD: The point of this discussion is not to cast aspersions on science or scientists but to illustrate the limitations that all observers face when they are trying to make determinations about what happened in the distant past. All any observer can do is to examine the current evidence – the evidence before them – and then apply analysis to determine what the evidence tells them. Now here at Anchored by Truth we are well aware that the vast majority of scientists would disagree with what we are discussing today. But truth is not determined by majority opinion. It is determined by correspondence to reality. VK: And the reality is that no one alive on earth was present when the earth was formed. But we do have eye witness testimony that comes to us from one source, don’t we? The Bible gives us a report of the creation of the earth and the universe. So, the way Biblical creationists determine the age of the earth is by going to that report – that record – and seeing what it says. But, as we mentioned earlier, for us to rely on a record we must be sure that that record is accurate. But that is what we do on Anchored by Truth. We continuously present evidence that supports the reliability and authenticity of scripture. RD: Exactly. The fact that we are discussing today - that the conventional dates assigned to the age of the earth and universe do not possess the scientific support normally presumed – is simply that. It’s a fact. Despite the lengthy presentations that are made about the scientific method behind making dating determinations the simple fact is that those defenses tend to talk a lot about methodology while ignoring the underlying assumptions. But the assumptions are inescapable. As we illustrated the person assigning the dates must make those assumptions because without the assumptions they cannot apply their methodology. And those assumptions are unprovable. VK: Not only are the assumptions behind radiometric dating unprovable but their most basic assumption – uniformitarianism - is called into question by the possibility of a global flood. A flood of the type described in Genesis would have affected every aspect of the earth including its topography and geology. So, if the Genesis flood occurred, and we strongly believe that science supports that it did, then uniformitarianism has to be dismissed as a starting point. RD: Yes. And that was the point of using our opening scripture from 2 Peter. 2,000 years ago the Apostle Peter foresaw the day when begin to mock the idea that Christ was going to come again by saying, “that’s silly. Everything is just going along the way it always has.” What Peter prophesied we now see around us daily. VK: So, our 5th fact reinforces our 1st fact. The 1st fact is that there is affirmative evidence such as lunar recession that shows that the age of earth is very unlikely to be in the billions of years. The fact we discussed today make the same point from the opposite side. The so-called science that is used to assign billions of years dates for the earth and universe rests on inescapable and unprovable assumptions. The two facts work together to disperse the legitimacy of the conventional view about the age of the earth. RD: Exactly. Empirical observations of our earth cast a great deal of doubt on the conventional view. Biblical creationists offer a competing view. So, the question then is which view is better supported by the evidence and whether the observer is going to follow the evidence? VK: Or whether they are going to adhere to their starting axioms even when those axioms are at odd with the evidence? RD: Yes. I understand that when listeners first encounter these kind of choices it can be startling, even disturbing. We all read the high school and college texts with the thick covers and full cover graphics that assured us that the earth is billions of years old and that there is overwhelming evidence that demonstrates that. But the reality of it is that as you probe beneath the surface you find out that most of those science textbooks only presented one side of the argument – they were selective about the evidence they included. They had to be. If they had featured or even given time to the alternate explanation they never would have been published. That’s why we’re doing this “10 facts every Christian should know” series. We are drawing people’s attention to the evidence for the alternative and then inviting people to investigate further on their own. Sadly, that is not an invitation that is issued very often in the chemistry or physics classrooms in schools or colleges across this nation. VK: Well, we won’t dwell too much on the political commentary except to say this. As you pointed out the social narratives that circulate today depend on certain underlying primary narratives. And for over 150 years one of those primary narratives has been that science has proven that our world and universe can exist just fine without God. But our hearts tell us this isn’t true and when we start taking a hard look at the available evidence our brains confirm what our hearts already knew. This sounds like a great time to go to the Lord in prayer. Today let’s listen to a prayer for the people and institutions that oversee our children’s education – the school boards. And let’s remember that God’s word calls on us to pray regularly for our government leaders. We should pray for them to make wise decisions and if they are not we must pray that God would lead them into a recognition that they are ultimately accountable to Him. ---- PRAYER FOR SCHOOL BOARDS VK: Before we close we’d like to remind our audience that a lot of our radio episodes are linked together in series of topics so if they missed any episodes in this series or if they just want to hear one again, all of these episodes are available on your favorite podcast app. To find them just search on “Anchored by Truth by Crystal Sea Books.” If you’d like to hear more, try out crystalseabooks.com where “We’re not perfect but our Boss is!” (Opening Bible Quote from the New International Version) 2 Peter, chapter 3, verse 4, New International Version Immeasurable Age - creation.com Radio-dating in Rubble - creation.com Dinosaur footprint treasure trove found in Britain - creation.com The Bright Angel Trail trackways - creation.com Flat gaps - creation.com Dinosaur and mammal tracks found together - creation.com Satan’s Strategy • Cast doubt on God’s goodness • Deny God’s truth • Elevate self-importance • Establish a replacement in the mind and heart for God’s truth Cultural Narratives One way to look at narratives is that there are primary and secondary narratives that circulate in our culture. The primary narratives are so embedded in our culture that they are not even noticed any more. They are like the framed prints on your wall. Initially you see them but as time goes by you notice them less and less. Eventually you only know they are there when a visitor comes in and remarks about them. Deep time, evolution, uniformitarianism, and the equality of all religious viewpoints are now primary narratives in our culture. Only fools and the suspect disagree with them. The narratives we notice (such as the prominent social and political narratives) are secondary ones - the acceptability of abortion, same sex marriage, the difference between "green" energy and fossil fuels, "public" education, increased government control and regulation, etc. The secondary ones emerge from and are dependent on the primary ones. • The Big Bang/deep time does away with the need for God as Creator. • Evolution does away with the need for God as the Author of life. • Uniformitarianism does away God as the Administrator of justice (become evil continually and God will wipe you off the face of the earth). Since we've done away with God we now create our own standards for what constitutes "personhood," family, man's dominion over the earth, etc. The problem is, of course, we didn't do away with God or His truth. And the house built on intellectual sand falls when the river of reality hits it. So, we will proclaim the truth to try to save some and maybe by God's grace many or most. People who doubt the inerrancy of scripture never think about any of this but they should. The line from that which they doubt the Word to a life they don't want to live is very straight. The line grows even more straight as it uncoils - just like the hangman's rope.
Amanda and Sarah get real loopy in this extra-long episode about warding and winged cryptids. Sarah explains the origins of the cornicello, the evil eye, and the Roman obsessions with dicks. Amanda gets inspired by her recent trip to the Pacific Northwest with a tale about the Batsquatch of Mount St. Helens. Other subjects covered include little Caboodles, dog clothes for humans, and messy adventures aboard Viking River cruises. Recommendations: Sarah recommends (not really) the horror films A House on the Bayou and An American Werewolf in London. Amanda recommends the 1987 thriller Suspect. Sources: Wikipedia/Fascinus Wikipedia/Cornicello Top 7 Things to Know about Malocchio or the Italian Evil Eye Atlas Obscura (Romans Used to Ward Off Sickness With Flying Penis Amulets) Spooked - Episode 211: Holy Ghost LA Times (Ancient Deities Dwelt in Cascades' ‘Black Snow' : Mythology: Native American legends give life to volcanic activity. Stories parallel actual events, including the creation of Crater Lake and eruption of Mt. Shasta) Atlas Obscura (Is the Earth Actually Hollow?) The Oregonian (‘Batsquatch of Mount St. Helens' explores NW legend) Brewbound (Rogue's Monsters of IPA Campaign is Back) For updates on future episodes and other fun stuff, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, or check out our Patreon.
Når vi ønsker å optimalisere helsen er det mange aspekter vi ser på. I denne ukens Podcast søker vi fokus innover med artist, låtskriver, tobarnsmamma og influencer Helene Bøksle. Interessant nok fant Helene oss på grunn av våre Ketokurs. Hun hadde møtt litt veggen, var nærmest utbrent, hadde brent kruttet og glemt å lytte til seg selv. En ketovei, tid og stillhet og det å lytte til hva hun ville og hvordan hun ønsket å leve var veien på en ny reise der hun skulle ta hensyn til seg selv. Hun gjør mange spreke og lekne ting utenfor musikken, hun skal løpe halvmaraton, hun trener jevnt, hopper på trampoline og trener styrke, hun faster og spiser ren mat og hun har blitt et bedre og gladere versjon av seg selv. Helene deler tanker om drømmer hun hadde som barn, hva som motiverer og rører henne, lengsler, mammarollen, artistrollen, hennes helseoptimalisering, eget kroppsbilde og spirituelle vei. Vi vet hun samler sine medartister og har et spesielt øyeblikk for å samle og fulle med kraft før konsertene - nesten litt som madonna gjør... Her deler vi også en smakebit av den utenomjordiske vakre låten Vegvisir basert på et gammel mantra og norrønt symbol- remikset av DJ samspill med Nils Noa. Vi får også en liten sniktitt i morgenrutiner og får pimpet opp Helens smoothie som hun bryter fasten med på formiddagen:-) Du finner Helene her på instagram: @heleneboksle For konserter kan du sjekke ut: www.ticketmaster.no
There is no doubt that the government is lying to us and knows more than what they are telling us. So, does the government know more about Bigfoot than they are telling us? The Mount St. Helens eruptions might be proof that this is true. Tonight, Phil and Travis discuss Mount St. Helens and Government Conspiracy. Website: https://anchor.fm/phillip-sams Merch: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/gitn-paranormal-merch Patreon member's content: https://www.patreon.com/gitnpodcast Social media links: http://www.youtube.com/c/GhostsInTheNight https://www.facebook.com/ghostsinthenight/ https://www.instagram.com/ghosts_night_podcast https://twitter.com/night_ghosts --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/phillip-sams/message
Eric walks his week backward from hiking Mt. St. Helens to becoming a Twitch celebrity. Jon gets a Dream Machine. Krebs follows up on Ubiquiti, Eric tweets #TwitterWhistleblower and notes that Plex is Too Good. Jon eyes an 0ktapus and then the whole show goes hilariously awry. Eric goes nuclear. Jon finds soft body physics and admires CO². 0:00 - Intro 4:18 - Eric on Twitch 10:21 - Ubiquiti followup 12:01 - #TwitterWhistleblower 15:15 - Plex Password Reset 20:00 - Phishing, Continued 27:53 - When the Show Goes Awry 36:07 - Modular Nuclear Reactor 42:06 - Soft Body Physics 43:23 - J Webb finds CO²
Frank Murphy is joined by Elyssa Hurley of MEDIC Regional Blood Center as he donates platelets via apheresis. Frank's platelets are more valuable to MEDIC than his unpopular whole blood type. MEDIC often has incentive gifts for donors, such as Dollywood tickets or Tennessee Valley Fair tickets. Learn more at https://medicblood.org Frank once saw a blood splatter demonstration at the National Forensic Academy in Oak Ridge. They used expired human blood from MEDIC. There is a photo of Alex Grappin on the wall at MEDIC. Frank knows the Grappin family. Alex was a Boy of the Year for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Alex's dad Tony is a frequent blood donor. Elyssa was deferred from donating blood due to low iron. That also happened to Frank once. He was told to go eat a burger and come back the next day. Frank ate a bison burger before coming to MEDIC. When Frank donates whole blood, he drinks a lot of extra fluids and is often finished in less time than other donors at the blood drive. While in college, Frank signed up for a blood drive. While waiting for his appointment, he went for a ride in a military helicopter that was visiting the college campus. The helicopter didn't have seats. The riders sat on the floor and strapped themselves to the wall. The back door of the copter stayed open during the flight. Upon landing, Frank was deferred from donating blood because his heart rate and blood pressure were too high. When Frank worked for radio stations that sponsored blood drives, he would donate while working. He would often donate at the same time as TV news anchors and they would all post about it on social media. Frank asks Elyssa about the pint of Sea Salt Caramel Blue Bell Ice Cream that he once received as a thank-you gift for donating blood. The flavor is not available in stores but can be found at some ice cream parlors, including D & B's Hot Dogs and Ice Cream in Solway. Frank was warned that he might get cold during apheresis. He brought along a Frank & Friends Show beach towel to use as a blanket but didn't need it. Elyssa's parents moved to Tennessee from New York just before she was born. Frank says that makes her a Tennessee native but Elyssa's mom says that she doesn't have Tennessee blood in her veins. Elyssa likes to visit the desert. She went to New Mexico and was surprised how cold it was when she went night swimming at her hotel. She wants to visit the Pacific northwest. She wants to visit the Grand Canyon. Frank tells her about his trip to Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, and Washington. Elyssa is interested in visiting Mount St. Helens. Frank looks online to see that Mount Rainier is also a volcano. Elyssa mentions the supervolcano under Yellowstone National Park. Frank says the supervolcano is included in the SkyFly: Soar America ride at The Island in Pigeon Forge. Elyssa is beginning a masters program in historic preservation and museum management. Frank asks if she has heard of the National Museum of Health and Medicine in Silver Spring, Maryland. Elyssa tells Frank about writing a research paper discussing if Franklin Delano Roosevelt had polio or Guillain-Barré syndrome. Frank talks about the original goal of the March of Dimes was to eradicate polio. That's part of the reason FDR is pictured on the dime. March of Dimes has since pivoted to help premature babies. Sign up for a 30-day trial of Audible Premium Plus and get a free premium selection that's yours to keep. Go to http://AudibleTrial.com/FrankAndFriendsShow Find us online https://www.FrankAndFriendsShow.com/ Please subscribe to our YouTube channel at https://YouTube.com/FrankAndFriendsShow and hit the bell for notifications. Find the audio of the show on major podcast apps including Spotify, Apple, Google, iHeart, and Audible. Support the Frank & Friends Show by purchasing some of our high-quality merchandise at https://frank-friends-show.creator-spring.com Come to the Secret City Improv Festival on September 30 and October 1, 2022 at the Historic Grove Theater in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Use the discount code FRANK at checkout for 25% off when purchasing tickets at https://secretcityimprovfest.com/tickets Find us on social media: https://www.facebook.com/FrankAndFriendsShow https://www.instagram.com/FrankAndFriendsShow https://www.twitter.com/FrankNFriendsSh Thanks!
The 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens is considered the most destructive volcanic eruption in United States history. The explosion reduced the mountain's elevation by about 1,370 feet. Today, hikers and mountaineers set off to the volcano for the day-long adventure to climb to the top. The reduced elevation makes the trek suitable for beginner mountaineers, too. On this week's episode of Peak Northwest, co-host Vickie Connor talks about her first volcanic summit at Mount St. Helens. Here are some highlights from this week's show: Vickie chats about the three different terrain sections of the Mount St. Helens climb via Climber's Bivouac trailhead. How to snag a permit during peak climbing season. Vickie discusses what she packed that was most helpful. Tips and tricks for having the most enjoyable summit possible. Subscribe to Peak Northwest anywhere you listen to podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Have you ever popped a pimple? Have you ever wanted to? Mother Nature sure did, and she made it everyone's problem. This week, Sierra cosplays as an inanimate object (again) while Colin tells the story of the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens. Join us as we discuss different types of bras, what it's like evacuating from a potential natural disaster, and movies that will give you trauma.Check Out Our Blog
In today's segment, we discuss recent reports revealing an uptick in a major active volcano located in Washington St. We discuss how over 88 quakes have been reported at Mt. St. Helens and why any elevation of earthquakes may indicate that the volcano is re-awakening again. The last major eruption was in 1980.
Baroness Helen Newlove has been on my guest wish list for several years so I was so delighted to finally have the opportunity to talk with her and I wasn't disappointed, we had so much to talk about. Helen has so many strings to her bow including broadcaster, public speaker, Author of 'It Could Happen To You', Pro Vice Chancellor University of Bolton and not forgetting the current Deputy Speaker House of Lords The sad truth is Helen's drive and sense of purpose comes from a place of unimaginable trauma that no one should have to experience. Helen Newlove came to prominence after her husband, Garry Newlove was murdered by three youths in 2007. After Garrys death she set up a number of foundations that aimed to tackle the UK drinking culture as well as providing support to young people. All her hard work didn't go unnoticed which led to her to becoming the Victims Commissioner in 2012 and is now serving as the Deputy Speaker of House of Lords. Helen was driven by her own experience of dealing with a traumatic life changing event; she wanted to ensure others didn't have to go through the same ordeal and that lessons could be learnt. "I am just an ordinary woman, propelled into high profile by a set of horrifying circumstances which I wish with all my heart had never occurred." Subjects covered- Garrys tragic murder and life afterwards The justice system and what inspired Helen to campaign for change Finding her own voice The power of sharing your story The importance of community Stepping out of her comfort zone and taking on new roles that she could never have imagined Imposter syndrome Life in the House of Lords Finding that work/life balance and what Helens self care looks like What's next? Connecting with others and become a coach. If you'd like to learn more about Baroness Helen Newlove you can find her- Instagram- @baronessnewlove Twitter-@baronessnewlove Linkedin- Baroness Newlove Listen to her Desert Island Discs episode-https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0bbnlyz Don't miss any of the inspiring Out of the Bubble women, you can go and subscribe at www.rachelperu.co.uk and come and say hello on Instagram! @rachelperu1 I'll be back in a fortnight, but in the meantime Keep being fabulous Rachel x https://linktr.ee/outofthebubble --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/outofthebubble/message
We've been out to speak to four players hopeful of making England's Women's World Cup Squad this autumn: Wigan's Vicky Molyneux, Tara Jones of St. Helens and Leeds pair Georgia Roche and Fran Goldthorp, and talk a bit about what happened in the matches on Friday while we're at it, and working out what's going on on the Otley Run...
Back in 1980, there was an impending crisis looming tall in the cascade mountains of Washington. Mt. St. Helens, an active volcano, was showing signs that it was near erupting. Authorities worked to evacuate the area in preparation, and news stations got their helicopters and cameras ready. Then, on May 18th, at 8:32 am, it happened. With an energy equivalent to 1500 atom bombs, the volcano spewed rock and superheated gas outward at speeds of up to 400 MPH; the surrounding area was decimated. Yet not all was lost. In the midst of the ash and the rubble were what scientists call "refugia:" small ecosystems of life protected under stones and trees. From these "refugia" sprung new life on the mountain: they were refuges where new life could come in the midst of destruction. Listen as Pastor Clint explores how the Christian church can become a "refugia" in our world today: by remembering the dignity of creation, practicing care of creation, and living our capacity in creation, the church can become a place where life springs forth in the midst of a world that is in ecologically dire straits. Sermon Resources: 1. IPBES Report on earth's Ecosystem - https://ipbes.net/global-assessment 2. U of A Report on American Food Waste: https://www.foodnavigator-usa.com/Article/2004/11/26/US-wastes-half-its-food 3. "Refugia Faith: Seeking Hidden Shelters, Ordinary Wonders, and the Healing of the Earth," by Debra Rienstra - Pastor Clint borrows the analogy of refugia for the church from this book. 4. For graphics on order in Genesis 1, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Join or follow us below: Facebook: www.facebook.com/midtownpreschurch Instagram: www.instagram.com/midtown.pres/ Website: www.midtownpres.org/ Community Groups: www.midtownpres.org/community-groups Sunday Services: www.midtownpres.org/
News Dump Ep. 109: Packwood, Potholes and Port-a-Potties on Lee Grose's Wild Ride On the 109th episode of News Dump, Aaron VanTuyl, Eric Schwartz and Isabel Vander Stoep discuss Lee Grose's adventures on the road, the new Dollar General on Mount St. Helens, the election stuff, a new temporary home for wayward dogs, conference realignment for police forces, and how You Gotta (Country) Fight for Your (Neon) Right to Party (at the fair).
Traveling While Black™: Camping at Mount St. Helens. In this week's episode, we went on our first camping trip… ever! We camped at Mount St. Helens… with the help of the Mount St. Helens Institute. Follow Traveling While Black at @twbseattle and https://travelingwhileblackseattle.com/ #BlackSeattle #BlackInSeattle #WWConverge #BlackMediaMatters
Happy new month! We've a bumper edition of the show for you this week, with a first hand view from the Summer Bash, as well as Salford's amazing performance against St. Helens. Some interesting results around the various divisions and forms of the sport, but how much were we able to see? Plus, guests galore, as we drag London Roosters and England's Lewis King as well as Martin Coyd out of the Headingley hospitality to talk about the state of the Wheelchair game, and how the sport could capitalise on the excitement provided by the Lionesses (of which we are fully on the bandwagon.) Then, we talk to Richard de la Riviere as he's got a new book out (which you can buy at Philip Howard Books in Leeds, or here: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/204037026976?hash=item2f818df4a0:g:Th0AAOSwCpxiz9Sr ) with plenty of great stories to tell in Rugby League: On This Day. That, as well as the state of the game, Maurice Lindsay, his next book project, and a lot more. AND, as a bonus for you podders, reaction from the Bash games involving Barrow's women and men with Jodie Litherland, Amanda Wilkinson and Paul Crarey, plus Whitehaven's Jonty Gorely.
Hayley teaches a lesson on Henrietta's Immortal Cells; the lady had cells on cells on cells! Henrietta unknowingly saved over 10 million lives with her HeLa cell line but the defecit of medical ethics is adding up to... not good. Then, Kat tells the end of life story of Harry Truman, not the president! We're talking about the one who opted out of evacuating Mt. St. Helens in 1980 and opted IN for automatic vaporization with the comfort of his 16 cats and his homemade "Panther Piss." This episode is sponsored by betterhelp. For 10% off your first month of better help visit http://betterhelp.com/classy or enter our promo code CLASSY. Produced by Parasaur Studios © 2021
Your weekly source for locksport news and sometimes interviews. Full show notes, including links, can be found at http://www.thelocksportscast.com In this week’s episode: A few new “Smart” locks Truck smashes into locksmith shop Locksmith safety Adam Savage picks a Tachograph Products Meetups Criminals Sales Giveaways and more Announcements: Corrections: News: This solar-powered smart lock is also a video doorbell Smart Locks Will Soon Power Themselves Entirely Through Your Smartphone Your next smart lock could ditch the battery by harvesting energy from your phone - The Verge Wyze Lock Bolt review: A Wi-Fi-less win Truck hits multiple vehicles, injures pedestrian before crashing into storefront in Hanover County ‘I feel bad for them, it’s their business’: Local workers weigh in on truck that crashed into store | WRIC ABC 8News Community News: Videos: Locksmithing | Staying Safe on the Job Adam Savage Lockpicks Open This Tachograph! Soler Pulsador safe lock: How it works #2105 awesome Lever lock cutaway! Resources: Meetups: CrikeyCon Summit XII - Los Angeles Convention ALOA ALOA President Bill M. on ALOA Convention | #Lockboss Show & Giveaway SAINTCON – Keynote Speakers LockCon 2022 registration is OPEN! « Toool's Blackbag Defcon DEF CON 30 Lockpick Village Volunteer Form Products: LPU Karate Belts: beltranking - lockpicking (reddit.com) Mentorship Monday 3: The Belt System 2: Breaking Rules and Getting the Belt All About The Lockpicking Belt Rankings System Speedlocks: Speedlocks.org Lock Stories: Criminals: Suspect arrested after police interrupt attempted robbery Suspect arrested after police interrupt attempted robbery | KRCR Police: Suspect admits to entering yard of a business to steal gas | | actionnewsnow.com 'The man knew what he was doing': Thief hits St. Helens laundromat in broad daylight Sales: https://bareboneslockpicking.com/ code 'HVLogic10' (excludes Law Lock Tool products) expires 31st July https://www.lockpickmall.com/ 5% off using coupon code DarkVIP https://www.lockpickmall.com/ 6% off using coupon code albert https://www.lockpickmall.com/ 6% off with code joepicks https://www.3dlocksport.com/ 10% off. CODE: LSCAST10 https://makolocks.com/ 15% off with code BUYMAKO Unknown exp https://uklockpickers.co.uk/ 10% off with code GIFT Giveaways and Contests: KnoxLocks giveaways Knox Locks - YouTube #Kixpicks100 giveaway The Giveaway Video! Win A Custom HandMade Pick & More! #Kixpicks100 CLK Supplies Introducing #Lockboss Free Giveaway! Do you work with Locks & Keys or do Locksmithing? Executive Producer: JimyLongs Founding Executive Producers: m3ddl3r Panda-Frog Michael Gilchrist Starrylock WilliamsBrain Dave 2BDCy4D Liibans Locksport Journey Pat from Uncensored Tactical threeraccoonsinacoat Chirael Associate Executive Producers: DoctorHogmaster Clayton Howard (Kewltune) Co-Producers: m0g Jon Lock Ratyoke MrPickur CrankyLockPicker JHPpicking Bare Bones Lock Picking Deadbolt Cafe NWA Lockpicker Snake Chief Content Producer: Chirael Content Producers: Albert Lebel Bare Bones Lockpicking betaiv Chris Capune Dark Arts Lockpicking Holly I fisk James Randolph Jeff Moss Joe Picks Joshua Gonzalez kixpicks Knox Lock Panda-Frog Tony Virelli Special thanks to: Contact Information: Email: email@example.com Twitter https://twitter.com/charlescurrent Reddit: currentc57 on r/locksport Discord: Lockpickers United as Current, Extraordinary League of Pickers as Current, The Lock Sportscast as Current Join the Discord at http://discord.thelocksportscast.com The Lock Sportscast on Odysee Donate: http://paypal.thelocksportscast.com https://patreon.com/thelocksportscast
In this week episode we return to the land of Mount St. Helens for a death-defying battle between man and mountain ape. We look at the five miners that went into the famous Ape Canyon in hopes to strike it rich on gold, but they get more then they bargain for when they run into the true mountain kings. After a few days of working around camp they were hearing strange animal noises that were unexplainable and wood knocks throughout the woods, to even finding mysterious man like tracks that measured 19 inches long on the sandbar where water was collected, and baths were taken. The terrifying events all start when Fred sees a creature on the other side of the ravine, raising his riffle and taking the shot, either wounding or killing the creature. The night after shooting after the sasquatch is when all hell breaks loose, and the devilish battle between man and the wild starts to unfold. So please join us this week on this rock throwing adventure of Cryptids of the Corn. Find us on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Telegram, and Patreon at Cryptids of the Corn. Do you have a story you would like to share, or would you like to be on the show? Message us through our social medias or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. As always, stay Magical. Patron Checkout | Patreon Cryptids of the corn Podcast | Facebook
Listener Richard Meadows joins the guys and shares his accounts of witnessing the same UFO twice. Here's the kicker though, this craft was described as being as big as a football field, black, and triangular. We also dive into the topics of the occult and a whole of elite conspiracy in this one. Enjoy hillfolk!Please rate and review this episode wherever you listen to podcasts.Reach out to us with your own stories at email@example.comFollow us on Twitter at @AiAppIntelPodFollow us on Facebook at Appalachian IntelligenceSubscribe to our YouTube channel Appalachian IntelligenceEye-Opening Moments PodcastEye-Opening Moments are stories of adversity, encounters, and perspectives. They are...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Bigfoot ClassifiedMount St. Helens eruption in 1980 may have had the biggest Bigfoot cover-up in history. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Support the show
In this episode, Charlie invites Luke from Luke's English Podcast back on the show to discuss his findings on the social experiment he has been running for 10 years, having taken himself, a man born and raised in England and plonked himself in the capital of France and stayed there for a whole decade. At long last he's ready to divulge his findings about the French and their culture from his British perspective. Useful Links below..
Zed talks about today's biggest headlines, trending topics and things you may have missed in politics, sports, entertainment and more. For more head to zedmedia.substack.comStandup Comedy "Your Host and MC"Celebration of 40+ years on the fringe of show business. Stories, interviews, and...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Bigfoot ClassifiedMount St. Helens eruption in 1980 may have had the biggest Bigfoot cover-up in history. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
Today I am talking to Wilderness Nate from Microwilderness.com about his experiences breeding and selling tarantulas online. He is based out of Los Angeles, CA and is a tarantula dealer to the stars. He has an interesting story on how he became a tarantula breeder and works on some cool Aphonopelma projects that not only gets some cool species into the hobby, but also helps bolster the numbers of species in the wild. Check out Microwilderness online and use the code TTC10 to save 10% on your orders: https://www.microwilderness.com/Visit our sponsors website Arthropod Ambassadors: https://www.arthropod-ambassadors.com/See the NEW Tarantula Black High Top Shoes featuring the Mexican Red Knee Tarantula from Zilla Footwear using my affiliate link:http://www.zillafootwear.com/?ref=ttcGet 10% OFF the BEST Tarantula enclosures in the hobby NOW when you use the code TCOLLECTIVE10 at checkout!https://www.tarantulacribs.com/
In 2005, Adam Anhang went to dinner with his wife Áurea Vázquez Rijos in old San Juan, Puerto Rico. After dinner, a man attacked the couple, stabbing and beating Adam to death. Police thought they found their killer when they arrested a kitchen worker, but a diabolical plan soon unraveled. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/badactspodPodMoth: https://podmoth.network/Ad: https://saturdaysarefortheghouls.podbean.com/ Episode Source List:https://casetext.com/case/united-states-v-vazquez-rijoshttps://www.casemine.com/judgement/us/5914f0daadd7b04934977df8 https://www.justice.gov/usao-pr/pr/aurea-v-zquez-rijos-sentenced-life-prison-murder-her-husband-adam-joel-anhang-uster-0 https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/USCOURTS-prd-3_08-cr-00216/pdf/USCOURTS-prd-3_08-cr-00216-1.pdf https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-45177674 https://www.winnipegfreepress.com/local/black-widow-gets-life-for-anhang-murder-507224702.htmlhttps://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2019/03/20/police-said-millionaires-murder-was-robbery-truth-led-an-international-hunt-black-widow/ https://www.noticel.com/tribunales/ahora/20190613/hermano-de-la-viuda-negra-pide-declararse-culpable/ https://passages.winnipegfreepress.com/passage-details/id-100770/ANHANG_ADAMhttps://www.adamanhang.com/ “The Pink Skirt Plot.” NBC Dateline. Season 28 Episode 4. October 2019.Bigfoot ClassifiedMount St. Helens eruption in 1980 may have had the biggest Bigfoot cover-up in history. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Places I Remember with Lea LaneAward-winning travel writer Lea Lane shares travel memories with passionate travelers.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
Steve Sharp has been outside for as long as he can remember. He shares his passion for outdoors, being a great leader, and knowing when to ask for help with us on this episode of Conversations with Big Rich. Be sure to listen on your favorite podcast app.4:40 – If I missed the bus, I got to walk the 3 ½ miles to school8:25 – just like Mayberry RFD15:36 – how come you always need tires?24:41 – I need a job, I'll work for half the going rate for 30 days 31:04 – everyone that I can genuinely call a friend, I met four-wheeling40:14 – it's a blessing that I get to do what I'm passionate about55:47 – kind of set the Bronco world upside down1:02:29 – two things are as hard on the caregiver as the patient – cancer and mental illness, if there's something going on – seek help1:08:46 – the sport is great, but it always comes back to the peopleWe want to thank our sponsors Maxxis Tires and 4Low Magazine.www.maxxis.comwww.4lowmagazine.com Be sure to listen on your favorite podcast app. Bigfoot ClassifiedMount St. Helens eruption in 1980 may have had the biggest Bigfoot cover-up in history. Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
In this episode I talk to Majorie, the Punk Priestess. Majorie tells us how astrology can help us understand the Depp vs Heard trial, how she uses social media in her practice , and how your environment can change your practice.Before we get into it I want to remind you that I now have a voicemail! Call to leave a comment about a past guest, to suggest a question or a guest you'd like to hear from, or to ask me a question personally. If I choose your voicemail I'll play it on the show! So please speak clearly. I give you the number in the beginning and end of the episode so get your pen ready! (Not putting it here in an attempt to avoid spammers, sorry)instagram.com/thepunkpriestessthepunkpriestess.comBigfoot ClassifiedMount St. Helens eruption in 1980 may have had the biggest Bigfoot cover-up in history. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Light Up The DarknessLUTD aims to normalize conversations about mental health.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify The Skeptic Metaphysicians - Metaphysics 101Exploring all things metaphysical, paranormal and spiritual w/a pragmatic eye and a smile!Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
From May 1918 to October 1919, New Orleans, Louisiana had a serial killer who was dubbed The Axeman. He (or she) earned this moniker when they would attack Italian immigrants and Italian-Americans, using their own axe in most cases. This case has never been solved.Sources for this episode:sources to be updated soonBigfoot ClassifiedMount St. Helens eruption in 1980 may have had the biggest Bigfoot cover-up in history. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Smells Like HumansLike spending time with funny friends talking about curious human behavior. Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
In 1981, John Hinckley Jr. attempted to assassinate President Ronald Reagan. Reagan and 3 other men were shot in what was supposedly an attempt to impress actress Jodie Foster. What happened to John Hinckley Jr. and where is he today? Tune in to find out!Instagram: @caffeinatedcrimespodTwitter: @caffcrimespodEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgFacebook: Caffeinated CrimesBigfoot ClassifiedMount St. Helens eruption in 1980 may have had the biggest Bigfoot cover-up in history. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify A Million Other ChoicesWhen my niece was murdered in 2018, my interest in true crime turned to an obsession. I...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
The last official sighting of Yvonne Fitt was on 16th January 1992 when she signed on for benefits at the Bradford DSS offices. Following this the 33 year old single mother seemed to drop off the face of the earth. Over the late spring and summer of that year a few sporadic sightings of Yvonne were reported around Leeds and Bradford, sometimes in the company of an unidentified man. Then in September 1992 her body was found in woodland in the Yorkshire Dales, a half hour's drive from where she lived. Several murders have been linked to Yvonne's and three convicted killers have been connected to the crime. As the thirtieth anniversary of Yvonne's death approaches it's not too late for her murder to be solved. Follow Persons Unknown: Instagram and FacebookSources: For a full list of sources please see the Facebook page https://www.examinerlive.co.uk/news/local-news/tragic-life-murdered-mum-dumped-18802869.amp https://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/news/17324751.amp/ https://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/are-these-women-linked-deaths-1973786 https://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/news/17324751.hunt-yvonne-fitts-killer-goes-26-years/ https://reasonedcrimechronicle.com/an-approaching-30-year-anniversary-the-murder-of-yvonne-fitt-in-the-uk/ https://www.wharfedaleobserver.co.uk/news/14428237.fresh-hope-for-unsolved-killings https://www.standard.co.uk/hp/front/murderer-may-have-killed-before-6327512.html?amphttps://metro.co.uk/2021/03/23/majority-of-unsolved-murders-across-uk-involve-female-victims-14286904/ https://www.exploreforensics.co.uk/forensic-cases-murder-leanne-tiernan.html https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/confession-killer-christopher-halliwell-linked-20093964.ampBigfoot ClassifiedMount St. Helens eruption in 1980 may have had the biggest Bigfoot cover-up in history. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Check out All Things WritingLove writers and writing? How about finding your new favorite author? Check us out today!Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
This week we chat it up with Cassie Pertiet, Creative Director of Grey Room Productions, and one of our favorite podcasts, The Grey Rooms. The Grey Rooms is a Horror Anthology Podcast. One door leads to your torment, the other will lead to your Salvation. Which will you choose? As fans of the show it was awesome to be able to talk to Cassie and get some behind the scenes takes about the show.Please rate and review this episode wherever you listen to podcasts.Reach out to us with your own stories at email@example.comFollow us on Twitter at @AiAppIntelPodFollow us on Facebook at Appalachian IntelligenceSubscribe to our YouTube channel Appalachian IntelligenceBigfoot ClassifiedMount St. Helens eruption in 1980 may have had the biggest Bigfoot cover-up in history. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Where Our Minds WanderFrom the creepy attic's dark corners to the very end of a shadow-filled dirt road, our...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Support the show
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Welcome to Season 1 Ep 8. Lori Vallow shows her true colors. After her husband Charles was shot in her living room by her brother Alex. Lori decided to first have. pool party and a day later tell Charles son's that he "passed away." They were undoubtedly confused, sad, upset, and frustrated with Lori's lack of communication and details. We also hear from Lori's landlord when he was interviewed by phone by Chandler police detective Moffett. And to top it all off Chad Daybell calls a funeral home in Chandler to ask about prices for her deceased uncle that will need to be transported to Lousinanna. It's insanity! Please consider rating my podcast and leaving a kind review. So much more to come!The 90-10 RuleHe said, SHE said. Relationship talk show from the experts--REAL MEN & WOMEN.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify The Crash Cart Rule with Serge BrownThe Crash Cart Rule is a podcast about social issues, conspiracy theories, politics,...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Bigfoot ClassifiedMount St. Helens eruption in 1980 may have had the biggest Bigfoot cover-up in history. Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
After an extended visit in the beautiful town of St. Helens, Oregon, I ended up having to switch gears due to excessive flooding and debris and bicycled 75 miles through Portland to the town of Cascade Locks just above the Bonneville Dam. This ultimately ended up being a blessing in disguise as I was able to explore Portland, Oregon much more extensively on a bicycle as well as riding high up on the bluffs overlooking the beginnings of the Columbia River Gorge. This will be the next chapter of paddling after weeks on the tidal, lower river. The people on this journey so far have been amazing. I was fortunate to have made some incredible friends in St. Helens who lent me a bicycle for my portage and helped with the Portage of my canoe to the Cascade Locks Marina. From here I started paddling again towards Hood River through the Columbia River Gorge, which is one of the consistently windiest places in the world and is known for its world class Kite boarding and wind sport activities. Due to this, I have to be very careful in an open expedition canoe how and when I am out on the water, but fortunately westerly winds often significantly help me with paddling, along with my canoe kite which has been remarkable in how much speed I can attain in the right conditions. The following is a conversation with Danielle Katz, a world traveler, source to sea paddling adventurer, and the founder of an NGO called Rivers for Change which enhances the medium of source to sea river adventures to advocate for wilderness conservation and ecosystem revitalization efforts. I met her and the crew of kayakers she has been supporting in Hood River. They have made their way paddling from the Sawtooth Mountains in Idaho and plan to end their journey where I began mine: the mouth of the Columbia River. It was amazing to meet these kindred souls and have an in depth talk with Danielle about her origins, source to sea adventures, conservation, and perspectives on life. Hope you enjoy and see you all back on the river road.
This episode we spread out from the small town of Point Pleasant to the rest of the world and explore their tales of Mothman-like creatures, everywhere from the black bird of Chernobyl to the Owl-man of England to the Batsquatch of St. Helens. The next thing we look at is the possibility that the Mothman is a harbinger of death and doom, is he here to warm you of destruction or here to bring it?? And FINALLY, after this long saga, we give you our thoughts on Mothman and Point Pleasant as a whole on what could be causing such high level of phenomena in such a small area. So please join us on this episode of Cryptids of the Corn where Things get Stranger! Find us on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Telegram, and Patreon at Cryptids of the Corn. Do you have a story you would like to share, or would you like to be on the show? Message us through our social medias or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. As always, stay Magical. Patron Checkout | Patreon Cryptids of the corn Podcast | Facebook Home (mothmanmuseum.com) Mothman Festival (mothmanmuseum.com)
It's our birthday and we are ready for a spooky celebration with all our favorite peeps! Check out our season one finale recap of ONE whole year of Spooky Soul Sisters! Bigfoot ClassifiedMount St. Helens eruption in 1980 may have had the biggest Bigfoot cover-up in history. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Caffeinated CrimesBest friends Courtney and Jaclyn sip a cup of coffee and discuss all things true crime.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
Scooter Dickenson joins the show this week to talk about his many encounters in the world of high strangeness. With three different UFO sightings, an extremely weird experience in the woods, and living with two different entities in his home, Scooter continuously blows our minds and leaves our jaws on the floor with his stories. And most importantly, Scooter shares these accounts while sporting the most magnificent mustache I've ever laid eyes on. Y'all have to check it out on YouTube to bask in the glory of the stache. Please rate and review this episode wherever you listen to podcasts.Reach out to us with your own stories at email@example.comFollow us on Twitter at @AiAppIntelPodFollow us on Facebook at Appalachian IntelligenceSubscribe to our YouTube channel Appalachian IntelligenceBigfoot ClassifiedMount St. Helens eruption in 1980 may have had the biggest Bigfoot cover-up in history. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Support the show
Hey there hillfolk! Join the guys as they talk about one of the worst possible occupations in history, sin eating. Sin eaters originated in ancient Egypt and Rome and was a common thing in the 17th and 18th centuries in Ireland and Wales. A Sin Eater was typically isolated from the rest of the community and shunned because of their craft. They were called upon when someone died, usually unexpectedly, to come in and perform a ritualistic absolving of the deceased sins into a meal prepared for the Sin Eater. Weird, I know. Learn more about these people, and also hear about some good old Appalachian superstitions involving death.Please rate and review this episode wherever you listen to podcasts.Reach out to us with your own stories at firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow us on Twitter at @AiAppIntelPodFollow us on Facebook at Appalachian IntelligenceSubscribe to our YouTube channel Appalachian IntelligenceKillin Missin HiddenThe podcast about bad things! Hosted by a former criminal defense trial attorney,...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Bigfoot ClassifiedMount St. Helens eruption in 1980 may have had the biggest Bigfoot cover-up in history. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Support the show
Hey everybody, today Mom and I are bringing you a very dramatic case from Frigid Fairbanks! Join us as we discuss the scandalous murder of Buck Hofhines - the 22 year old military man found shot dead on the floor of his trailer home one disgustingly cold January night way back in 1972. Be sure to let us know what you think about that crazy trial, and as always don't forget to rate, review and subscribe wherever you listen
In this episode we announce an event we're hosting (follow us on Facebook and Instagram for more details soon), Sam announces he will be quitting OnlyFans, and after the break we discuss accidentally taking sips of spitters. The worlds nastiest feeling. Check out our merch at OnTapWithTheBoiz.comSmells Like HumansLike spending time with funny friends talking about curious human behavior. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Not Well Comedy Podcast featuring two midwest gays. Talk life experiences, current events and moreListen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Bigfoot ClassifiedMount St. Helens eruption in 1980 may have had the biggest Bigfoot cover-up in history. Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyBuy our merch Supply the beer and help the boiz create content by grabbing some merch from our storeMuff Waders Discount Get yourself some really high quality drinking spenders. Use code ONTAP for 10% off!College Peep Show Merch Check out CPS gear and use code: ONTAP for 10% off your order
In today's episode we look at how it all started. George Lucas, Thor Heyerdahl, Warren Buffet, James Marshall, Roger Cook, Mt. St. Helens, John Houseman, Elmendorf Air Force Base, Michael Jackson, and Wynton Marsalis all come together for one purpose. Grab the Star Wars Radio Drama here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/kkl2tsaf7tskc2m/AABr6AFIukEYAq7kZitrQERHa?dl=0
This week on the Extra Magic Hour Louis joins Breanna, Sam, and Shawn for some Disney parks fun. Shawn talks about his recent trip to The Walt Disney Family Museum and we talk about parks news, Sams's Imagineering feature and you know we will bring you some more Disney parks Did You Know? We thank you for the continued support of all of our shows and We hope you have a magical day.Check us out on our website : Walt's Apartment (waltsapt.com)Walt's Apartment Facebook Pagehttps://www.facebook.com/WaltsApartmentPodcastWalt's Apartment Instagram AccountsShow Page @waltsapartmentpodcastAmber @amberatincosplayBreanna @breanna_kae7Samantha @smantha_mlodeckiDavid @blerdhulkTim @mrtiminycricketSean @seannybergEthan@thewolfofmainstusaJade @snips_jrShawn @shawnw923Be sure to get all your news from the Disney Universe from our friends at The Disinsider. They are your one-stop for all things Disney.The DisInsider - Exclusive Daily Disney NewsAlso if you are looking to book a Disney Vacation please use our friends at Getaway Today. Also if you call 855-GET-AWAY and mention Walt's Apartment you will get a special value just for mentioning us.Start your Getaway Today Vacation with the link belowhttps://www.getawaytoday.com?referrerid=8636Getaway Today Awesome Disney Merchandisehttps://www.getawaytoday.com/merchandise?referrerid=8636Thanks for always supporting us here at Walt's Apartment. The ParentaconsWe are The Parentacons. Three dads, all big geeks, sharing stories of our personal...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Bigfoot ClassifiedMount St. Helens eruption in 1980 may have had the biggest Bigfoot cover-up in history. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
Join us this week as we welcome back our friends Bill, Barry, and Chris from the Ear B and B Disney Podcast. The guys join Sam, Louis, Shawn, and Joey from Disney Universe Podcast for a show that goes completely off the rails. News from thedisinsider.com and a crazy game of Marry, Kill, or Chill and you have another crazy episode from Walts Apartment. Thank you so much for all of your support and as always, We hope you enjoy the view from Walt's Apartment. Check us out on our Website Walt's Apartment (waltsapt.com)Start your Getaway Today Vacation with the link belowhttps://www.getawaytoday.com/?referrerid=8636If you are looking to book a Disney Vacation please use our friends at Getaway Today. Also if you call 855-GET-AWAY and mention Walt's Apartment you will get a special value just for mentioning us.Walt's Apartment Facebook Pagehttps://www.facebook.com/WaltsApartmentPodcastWalt's Apartment Instagram AccountsShow Page @waltsapartmentpodcastAmber @amberatincosplayBreanna @breanna_kae7Samantha @smantha_mlodeckiDavid @blerdhulkShawn @Shawnw923Be sure to get all your news from the Disney Universe from our friends at The Disinsider. They are your one-stop for all things Disney.Thanks for always supporting us here at Walt's Apartment...The ParentaconsWe are The Parentacons. Three dads, all big geeks, sharing stories of our personal...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Bigfoot ClassifiedMount St. Helens eruption in 1980 may have had the biggest Bigfoot cover-up in history. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
On June 28th, 2014, Erin Corwin left her home on a Marine Corps base in Twentynine Palms, California. She told her husband, Jon, that she was going to Joshua Tree National Park to scout some spots to visit for when her mother visited the next week. She never returned. What happened to Erin? Did she get lost? Or did something more sinister happen? Tune in to hear all the details! Instagram: @caffeinatedcrimespodTwitter: @caffcrimespodEmail: email@example.com Facebook: Caffeinated Crimes PodcastHistorically High History Classes from the College of Cannabis. New episodes every Wednesday. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Homicide Inc. - Compelling True-Crime StoriesDeep dives into compelling vintage and modern True-crime cases that pass the test of time.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Handing the Shame BackA channel for Adult Survivors of Child Sexual AbuseListen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Ghost TownTrue Crime. Paranormal. Dark History. This is Ghost Town.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Bigfoot ClassifiedMount St. Helens eruption in 1980 may have had the biggest Bigfoot cover-up in history. Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
On this episode we will be talking UFO news, Helens bridge, A haunted dorm at App State and some strange tales of the Appalachian mountains!
Grateful Dead Live at Portland Memorial Coliseum on 06-12-1980 About three weeks after the initial Mount St. Helens volcanic eruption the Grateful Dead were performing in Portland. During the concert, it erupted again while they were playing Fire On The Mountain. With Larry Mishkin on vacation Rob Hunt shares the story with producer Dan Humiston. They also discuss Maryland's Governors' head-scratching decision to veto a cannabis bill.Produced by PodConxDeadhead Cannabis Show - https://podconx.com/podcasts/deadhead-cannabis-showLarry Mishkin - https://podconx.com/guests/larry-mishkinRob Hunt - https://podconx.com/guests/rob-huntDeadhead Cyclist - https://deadheadcyclist.com/Jay Blakesberg - https://podconx.com/guests/jay-blakesberg
In this episode we pick-up from episode 2 and finish out discussion about our Alaskan Cruise. We examine each of the ports we visited during the cruise, and our mini adventure after getting off the ship in Seattle. -Tracy Arm Fjord -Juneau -Ketchikan -Victoria, British Columbia, Canada -St. Helens, Oregon (Halloweentown and Twilight) Connect with us at: kentuckycouple.com facebook.com/kentuckycouple https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKFnmozaC3adrSYA9GpJPqg Music: Music by lemonmusicstudio from Pixabay
On this day in 1980, triggered by a powerful earthquake, Mount St. Helens volcano erupted in Washington state, killing 57 people and forever changing the surrounding landscape. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.