City in Nevada, United States
What was the entity lurking behind the doors of a sketchy motel late one night? Here is a preview of the story. “We were visiting Reno for our annual golf trip. We were not staying in some sketchy motel, our event brought us to one of the nicer casino hotels downtown. I wish I could remember the room number because we're staying again there this year. Anyway, when I checked in, I did my usual look-see around the room. Afterward, I plopped down on the chair next to the window and admired "beautiful" view of downtown Reno. It is then I noticed some graffiti written in Sharpie on the nightstand. It said, "RIP Swagger." Okay, this place was sketchy after all. RIP Swagger was also written on the wall behind the nightstand and on the wall behind the curtain. I immediately wondered if "Swagger" died in this room. No time to ponder, there were free drinks upstairs in the hospitality suite.” Watch more at: http://www.realghoststoriesonline.com/ If you have a real ghost story or supernatural event to report, please write into our show or call 1-855-853-4802! If you like the show, please help keep us on the air and support the show by becoming an EPP (Extra Podcast Person). We'll give you a BONUS episode every week as a "Thank You" for your support. Become an EPP here: http://www.ghostpodcast.com/?page_id=118 or at or at http://www.patreon.com/realghoststories
On today's show, we talk to entrepreneur Ajay Bouri, owner of streetwear shop Feature. First generation Indian, Ajay grew up in Northern California. The child of a traditional arranged marriage that didn't last, his mother divorced his father, but that didn't stop her from building a life for Ajay and his brother. After, Ajay's mom joined the Air Force, they moved from low income housing in California to the small town of Marquette, Michigan. As soon as they got to the midwest, Ajay began to rebel and got into a bit of trouble. His mother would move a couple of times to keep Ajay safe, even moving them to Tokyo to finish high school. While attending college in Reno, and he started bartending and working at an insurance company. Feeling trapped by his day job, he would dive head first into night life and decided to move to Vegas. Despite the hustle and demands of the club scene, he'd return to Reno and help out friends with their business ventures, even opening a boutique turned personal shopping service “the attic” and then transitioned into sneakers. Feature. A venture he pitched to three other partners and opened in the middle of the 2010 recession. About Claima Stories with Bimma:Former Nike Marketer, Bimma Williams interviews leading and emerging BIPOC creatives about how they were able to break into the notoriously guarded creative and sneaker industries. From these stories, listeners will learn how to claim their dream careers. Featuring Melody Ehsani, Jeff Staple, and James Whitner. Listen and Subscribe now.Subscribe: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/claimastories/Twitter: https://twitter.com/claimastories
Science writer Mary Roach returns discusses the various animals that have stood trial in actual courts throughout history, and how that inspired her latest book Fuzz: When Nature Breaks the Law. She talks about traveling the globe from Reno to the Himalayas to attend an animal forensics conference, track man-eating leopards, and blow up trees (yes Mary blew up a tree!). Plus , drunk elephants, monkey muggers, and much more. Order Mary's new book Fuzz: When Nature Breaks the Law on Amazon, Audible, or wherever books are sold. Follow Mary on Twitter at @mary_roach or at www.maryroach.net. Subscribe to Kickass News on Apple Podcasts or Spotify, and keep with us at www.kickassnews.com or on Twitter at @KickassNewsPod. Kickass News is part of the Airwave Media podcast network. Visit Airwave at www.airwavemedia.com or on Apple Podcasts to discover our other excellent podcasts like Good Job Brain, Big Picture Science, Legends of the Old West, Investing for Beginners, Into the Impossible, and other great podcasts.
Well folks, its about that time to start calling it dunzo for the season...With that comes a whole new set of challenges - The boredom, the part where you have to explain to the "normies" what you do for work, the awkward reintegration into your own family, figuring out what you're going to do during the winter, the holidays, where you're going to live - The list goes on...All of this stacks up, and it can be an overwhelming experience for the folks that are young in the game... It can even be more difficult for the folks that are seasoned in the fire game.Thats why we have Shannon Mead on the show today to talk about the importance of having a plan for the off season, and also not having a "Glide-path" to actually wind down from the adrenaline high and stress of the fire season.Heres a little more about Shannon:Shannon Mead is a local clinician in Reno, Nevada who specializes in military, law enforcement, wildland firefighters, and first responders..."As a therapist, adoptive mom, and friend/family member to a whole bunch of first responders - I know that helping takes a heavy toll on those who are willing to shoulder the burden. And unfortunately, the existing supports aren't always helpful (to put it kindly). Whether I am working with individuals, couples, or an entire organization, my purpose is to strengthen those who sacrifice for our community. I have a Masters degree in Couple and Family Therapy from Antioch University and a corporate coaching certificate from Fielding University. I am intrigued by systems and patterns, and as a therapist I tend to be practical and straightforward. Perhaps that is because I spent many years as a tech and data consultant before pivoting into counseling. Over the years I have become increasingly interested in compassion fatigue and secondary trauma, and focused most of my research on these topics. As a foster/adoptive parent I have felt the burden myself, but have also seen it in the lives of my guardian friends and family. I absolutely hate that those who step in to help are often chewed up by the roles and I'm working hard to do something about it."She is just one of the many "culturally competent clinicians" out there that are available... Please feel free to use her practice as a resource this season.You can find her practice here:https://www.stackofstones.com Shannon also just produced a training video with some great tips on winding down for the off season!You can find that video, and a bunch of other good stuff at the following links here:https://www.stackofstones.com/wildland-resourceshttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuxxAjOcs6P5MfZC8NCoPHgCall her, email her, do whatever you need to do to take care of yourselves before, during, and after the fire season!You know the drill...Stay safe, stay savage...Enjoy!..........................Updates!We launched a Patreon!!! If you guys would like to support us, head over to our Patreon Page!https://www.patreon.com/theanchorpointpodcast..........................Sponsors:The Anchor Point Podcast is supported by the following wonderful folks...Mystery RanchNeed badass packs? Then look no further than Mystery Ranch!https://www.mysteryranch.comHotshot BreweryWanna pick up our Anchor Point Podcast merch or need killer coffee? Hit up Hotshot Brewery!!!https://www.hotshotbrewing.comThe Smokey GenerationWanna get some history and knowledge on Wildland Fire? Hit up The Smokey Generation!http://wildfire-experience.orgNot a sponsor of The Anchor Point Podcast, but a great organization:The Wildland Firefighter FoundationAnd, as always, please consider supporting this great nonprofit organization - The Wildland Firefighter Foundation!https://wffoundation.org
A darkly funny, soul-rending novel of love in an epoch of collapse—one woman's furious revisiting of family, marriage, work, sex, and motherhood.Since my baby was born, I have been able to laugh and see the funny side of things. a) As much as I ever did. b) Not quite as much now. c) Not so much now. d) Not at all. Leaving behind her husband and their baby daughter, a writer gets on a flight for a speaking engagement in Reno, not carrying much besides a breast pump and a spiraling case of postpartum depression. Her temporary escape from domestic duties and an opportunity to reconnect with old friends mutates into an extended romp away from the confines of marriage and motherhood, and a seemingly bottomless descent into the past. Deep in the Mojave Desert where she grew up, she meets her ghosts at every turn: the first love whose self-destruction still haunts her; her father, a member of the most famous cult in American history; her mother, whose native spark gutters with every passing year. She can't go back in time to make any of it right, but what exactly is her way forward? Alone in the wilderness, at last she begins to make herself at home in the world.Bold, tender, and often hilarious, I Love You but I've Chosen Darkness reaffirms Watkins as one of the signal writers of our time.
Not NASA but close. Del queries indigestion in space and gets an actual reply from the National Air and Space Museum. An astronaut chimes in, too.This leads to discussion on dark matter, allowing Dave to geek out a bit while Del offers a simple solution for collection dark matter. Don't try this at home.Continuing the theme of dark matter and invisibility, Dave recounts a car accident he had one dark and stormy night in Reno which ultimately caused him to become invisible in the eyes of another. Speaking of cars and backing up in the dark, the Bucks go off on twin rants on defective backup cameras. Do you have a backup camera story?Possibly tenuously linked to the above, Del offers a teaser concerning his buddy Henry Kloss. Who?As always, email us at email@example.com so Del doesn't have to send in fake letters from afar. Whimmer J? Really? The bad spelling gave it away.
Sol and Makayla address both the elephant and dog in the room, including what it's like to feel cheated on and betrayed, in addition to what's going on in the world, in Reno and how local workers are coping with the pandemic and staff shortages.
Max Hammer is a professional skier, mountain guide, and former member of the United States Ski Team. He was raised by the ski slopes of Jackson Hole, Wyoming and honed his skills on mountains around the world before finding a home in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The library of information found on his website (skimoregood.com) is born out of a personal desire to understand the art of skiing. The coaching services provided by Max are the result of over 10 years of experience during stints with the Jackson Hole Ski Club, Squaw Valley Ski Team, and US Development Team. Off the hill, Max shares a home with his two boys, Otto and Holden, his wife, Amy and his brother-in-law, Bob. In addition to skiing, Max is also a filmmaker with Houseplant Creative. Andrew Harris likes to be called Bob Hammer and he loves coffee. He is 34-years-young and lives in Reno, NV with his sister, Amy, brother-in-law Max and nephews Otto and Holden. In 2017, he became the first person with Down syndrome to summit the Grand Teton, a 13,776' craggy peak in Jackson, WY. A few of Bob's interests include skiing, hiking, running, climbing, skateboarding, biking, horseback riding, swimming, paddle boarding, kayaking and swinging at the playground. Bob is infinitely capable because he loves doing things. He has an open mind and willing spirit and he eats healthy, delicious food. Bob loves people and Gilmore Girls. He is sweet, loving and comforting; I guess you could say Bob is a real renaissance man. Find Bob at the skatepark, hiking in the desert in Reno, or in the upcoming movie Ducky Goes Up.
Having the proper systems in place in your nutrition business is important, if not necessary. Because when you don't, you'll find yourself flying by the seat of your pants and feeling overwhelmed REAL FAST. Today on the Make More Money as a Dietitian Podcast, Christine interviews Sarah Achleithner of Nutrium. Nutrium is an all-in-one nutrition software that includes nutrition analysis, meal planning, and practice management in one place. If you've been searching for an all-in-one solution to manage your clients and your nutrition business, Nutrium may be for you! WHAT YOU'LL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE How Nutrium can help you attract more clients to your nutrition business. What Sarah believes is the most important thing before you start working on attracting clients. How Nutrium's SEO-optimized website landing page can help you attract clients to your nutrition business. Nutrium's features that will help you consolidate all the programs you're currently using & paying for. How Nutrium's all-in-one program helps with mindset issues like overwhelm and decision fatigue. How the Nutrium client app helps to increase client retention rate. And, so much more! MORE ABOUT SARAH & NUTRIUM: Sarah Achleithner is Nutrium's regional manager for North America and is passionate about helping other dietitians streamline their online nutrition practices. She has her bachelor's degree in nutritional dietetics from the University of Nevada, Reno, and worked in a local hospital before creating her own digital marketing consulting firm. Sarah established herself as the go-to marketing consultant for nutrition professionals with an online business, and for the past six years, she has helped dozens of award-winning dietitians grow their businesses with SEO, social media, content creation, and website design. Because of her work with dietitians, Sarah knows what it takes to have an online nutrition business and succeed. From automated schedulers to tracking platforms, there is a lot of behind-the-scenes work that goes into a successful nutrition business, and Sarah knows how to skillfully manage all of that. After living and working in Reno, Nevada, Sarah moved to Europe in 2017 with her husband, dog, and cat, and spends her free time reading, traveling, and running. SOCIAL LINKS: Instagram Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Website FEATURED ON THE SHOW Learn more about Embody Academy and enroll today. Spots are limited, so don't delay! Grab a copy of the “How to Calculate Your Rate as an RD Entrepreneur” Workbook
Positive and negative takeaways from the Pack's 34-17 win over Hawaii (8:39). Nevada goes to Fresno State Saturday evening with all kinds of West Division title implications — three things to know, keys to a win, biggest concerns, and predictions (20:07). For slants, the Shoup brothers give bets of the weekend with Paramount Sports Founder Lee Sterling (44:33), weigh the likelihood of Jay Norvell taking the now-vacant Washington State job (1:11:50), and give odds the UNLV game sells out next Friday (1:19:45). To stay current everything on The Reno Slant, follow the brothers on Twitter and Instagram, and online at TheRenoSlant.com.
Sponsored by Anchor also in partnership with Pandora. Ray Ray's Podcast is back from the 18th floor of Hello Studios. This is our 50th episode of the show so felt it was only right to bring back our 1st guest Cat Joya(@ladycatxx). We catch back up with Cat and talk about her transition back from Reno, relationships & so much more. As always big thanks to our Photographer Perrion (@P.manns_) and Tite (@Tite1205) for our Intro from his single "Get'n Paid" ft Chalie Boy. Continue to follow us on all social media IG @rayrays_podcast Facebook.com/RayRaysPodcast
TM Pod is back after a two week break with a special two part Episode 50 featuring guest Ian MacKaye. Part One of the conversation focuses primarily on the hardcore years of the early 80's. Ian shares memories of barebones tours with Minor Threat, road tripping in vans, buses and drive-away cars, crashing in punk houses and wild (and sometimes surprisingly quiet) punk shows. With a friendship stretching back to the mid 80's, "Birthday Twins" Ian and host Jason have more than just a birthday in common. The two also have a web of mutual friends, many of whom we've heard from on previous episodes. They talk about those relationships and experiences in the cities and scenes that have been reoccurring themes on the TM pod. Places like San Diego, Reno, San Francisco, Seattle and Olympia. It's a fun conversation between two old friends. Thank you for listening! Music: Egghunt 'Me and You' Fugazi 'Arpeggiator' demo TM pod theme by Jason Support the Pod: TraegerMethod Patreon Jason's art: TraegerMethod.com Venmo: @Jason-Traeger-1 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jason-traeger/support
Table minimums; Four for the Money craps side bet; Card craps; Chances of hitting that video poker royal flush; Buying in for more than you're willing to lose; Trip reports: Las Vegas; Biloxi; Oxford Casino; West Wendover; Reno; South Lake Tahoe
Stop by and tell our good friends at B&K Auto Salvage thank you for supporting the Far Reaches. Remember to use the exclusive Far Reaches promo code for savings on purchases and higher rates on your scrap! Episode 2 features Richard and Micah pack the water in this episode and have some fun trying to stay on track! The gang kick off the episode with a beautiful two way reach around and bring everyone up to speed on the week. Richard got to spend some time with his dad and R3 weaning and then take the fam to a great movie and spend some time in Reno! Micah has been busy around the house and was recently elected to the EOU Alumni board, which made his best thing of the week! The entertainment spotlight features the 1963 Paul Newman movie, Hud. Richard and Micah discuss why I can be so hard to watch. Micah get's them in the ditch by discussing how this movie and many others that have been important in his life were written by Larry McMurtry, and have been featured on Far Reaches as well! Richard does a fine job of keeping Micah focused but they still manage to wander through several other movies and writers and have some fun doing it! Richard picks the next Entertainment Spotlight and decides the world needs to be reminded how impressive the MASH movie is. Released in 1970, it later spawned the long standing TV series as well, but stands strong on it's own! It will surely lead to some great conversation! The gang then dives into the most recent examples of the Cancel Culture with the upheaval over the recent Dave Chappelle special on Netflix and the resignation of Raider's head coach Jon Gruden over leaked e mails. Then Micah clarifies what Let's Go Brandon means and the boys finish up by talking through some of the details on vaccination policies and how this is impacting the workforce. Strap in and hang on, as this is one you will want to share with your friends. So have fun, enjoy and keep on Reachin! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/micah87/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/micah87/support
Dave and Chuck the Freak talk about a listener trying to determine if a massage therapist ad is offering happy endings, Playboy Mansion may be haunted by ghosts of past Playmates, a dude arrested stealing stuff to sell to get money for meth so he can see his imaginary girlfriend, a woman underwent a beauty treatment that aged her 10 years, a girl that put a candy bar inside her vagina after TikTok video claimed better orgasms, the worst thing you've had inside you, Ask D&CtF: A listener needs to know if she is the side chick?, your weird but achievable fantasies, a boy that miraculously survives being run over by a harvester, why Reno just banned whips, a butcher selling beer brats stuffed with candy corn, and more!
Delaney and co host Eric Drysdale (Daily Show, Colbert Report) explore the music of SCTV. Then Mary Birdsong (Martin Short; Fame Becomes Me, Reno 911) joins us and talks in depth about performing in "Martin Short; Fame Becomes Me" the Broadway show and tour.
Positive and negative takeaway's from the Pack's 55-28 win over New Mexico State (10:08). Nevada hosts Hawaii Saturday night, looking to move to 5-1 — Three things to know, keys to a Nevada win, biggest concerns and predictions (19:36). For slants, the Shoup brothers give bets of the weekend with Paramount Sports Founder Lee Sterling (36:59), debate whether Saturday could be a “super duper mega” trap game (1:01:08), and if UTSA and North Texas would make the Mountain West stronger (1:10:24). To stay current everything on The Reno Slant, follow the brothers on Twitter and Instagram, and online at TheRenoSlant.com.
Captain Party and Producer Char are recording this #BasicBitch while driving home from Reno after the perfect week! They give you the deets on Erin's epic San Francisco wedding/pub crawl, and their crazy weekend in Reno for the Chili and Beer Festival. Between dancing on the streets of the Mission District to being hungover in a cabana and sleeping our way through a festival, you don't want to miss this one. And also, send Advil!Thanks for listening and for your support! We couldn't have reached 600 episodes without your help! --Be well, stay safe, Black Lives Matter, AAPI Lives Matter, and thank you for being vaxxed!--SUPPORT US HERE!Subscribe to our channel on YouTube for behind the scenes footage!Rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts!Visit our website! www.bitchtalkpodcast.comFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.Listen every other Thursday 9:30 - 10 am on BFF.FMPOWERED BY GO-TO Productions
EP#066 - The made for hollywood murder mystery of Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie is currently gripping the nation. Richard, Reno, Andrea & Natalie break down the interesting twists and turns of this developing story. I dunno dude - Please listen, subscribe & share! - IG: @IDunnoDudePodcast - www.IDunnoDude.com Please support our show by going to www.ByrdHair.com and entering promo code "DUDE" at checkout for 15% OFF. Thank You!!!
On today's episode of Chuy and the Man, the guys dig into the golden age of rock then deliver its eulogy. We also discuss America's recent supply shortage. Then, Dave hops in the studio and tells a story about his trip to Reno. Finally, Ricky Phillips from Styx stops by to chat with the guys about the band's upcoming show at ACL Live. Support the show: https://www.klbjfm.com/dudley-and-bob-with-matt-show/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week we feature bluegrass legend Ronnie Reno and talk with him about his life in bluegrass music with his father Don Reno, the Osborne Brothers, Merle Haggard and more. We will also discuss his exciting new online project bluegrass music TV.
This week Da Binge Bois return to talk about the conclusion of the Gravity Falls series with its second season. But before that We must do our classic segment, Whatcha Been Watchin' where Enrique talks about the penultimate episode of the first season of Heels on Starz, Tristan talks about the sixth season of Reno 911, and Eli watches the Disney+ movie Cruella and tells us how it was surprisingly decent. After that, Da Bois start talking about Gravity Falls season 2 and how the increase in seriousness provided a much more entertaining product, how Dipper never got a girlfriend or any serious relationship development despite Mable having 97 boyfriends, and how Bill Cipher might actually be one of the most terrifying villains in cartoon history. Next week, Da Binge Bois return with Squid Game as we try to capture an audience by jumping on the hottest trends around! As always thanks for watching, hit us up on social media for a shoutout! Instagram: @DaBingeBois Twitter: @BingeBois If you wish to support the show check out our Audible link to help with our equipment!: http://www.audibletrial.com/DaBingeBois Shoutout BNH for Chill Clap that opens the show every week!
A new novel takes a darkly comedic look at postpartum depression, featuring a protagonist who goes on a business trip to Reno and decides to stay, leaving her husband and new baby behind. Novelist Claire Vaye Watkins joins us to discuss her debut novel, I Love You But I've Chosen Darkness. This segment is part of our new series "Fall Book Fridays," where we highlight a new book each Friday of October.
This is Queens of the Mines. Today I am going to tell you the story of the Murderous Mail Order Bride of Tuttletown from 1929. The preceding episode may feature foul language and or adult content including violence which may be disturbing some listeners, or secondhand listeners. So, discretion is advised. On a ranch on blanket creek, near the current Kress Ranch Road, lived Carroll and his parents Stephen Rablen and Corrine Brown. They were a well known family in Sonora who were pioneers there during the gold rush. Corrine was the daughter of the late C.C. Brown, a prominent lawyer of Sonora. Carroll had been married twice, first to Martha Copeland and second to Eva Young. Neither marriage lasted. While serving during WW 1 in France, a German shell exploded in Carroll's dugout, causing him to lose his hearing. The thirty-four year old veteran returned to Tuttletown to live with his widower father. The hearing impairment made Carroll too shy to meet a local girl. Yet he was lonely. So lonely that, in June of 1928, Carroll placed an ad in a San Francisco matrimonial paper in search of a bride. He stated that he was looking for a woman who would enjoy a life with him hiking and enjoying the natural wonders of the Sierra Nevadas. The ad was printed in matrimonial papers across the nation and a thirty-three year old waitress in Texas responded to Rablen's request. They wrote back and forth. She told him she was a heavy boned blond with a twin sister who she called Effie and a son, Albert. About Albert, Eva wrote to Rablan, he has had no father since he was a month old. The father left her. She hasn't seen him and if a man left her she wouldn't want to see them again and she would make sure she didn't.” It was an odd thing to say during courtship. They continued to write back and forth and it was decided that Eva would leave Texas, come to California and the two would be married. Carroll met Eva at the station in San Francisco, and together they traveled to Nevada where they were married in Reno. Her twin sister Effie and son Albert soon followed her out to California. Stephen Rablen was not keen on the idea of his son's previously divorced “mail order bride”. Steven questioned her motives. The town was curious. One year after the wedding, the gossiping had died off. Carroll had found a job as a clerk with Standard City Lumber, which was being acquired and would soon be named Pickering Lumber and the couple was living on a chicken ranch in Standard City. The two of them quarreled often and shared a toxic and unhealthy relationship. When Eva transferred herself as the beneficiary on the $3,500 life insurance policy Carroll had purchased for himself, his father Stephen was alarmed. Stephen Rablen played the fiddle and a local wedding or party seldom went without Stephen and his brother John providing the music. The brothers had been asked to play at a community dance at the Tuttletown school house on the 29th of April in 1929. Carroll and Eva joined them for the party. Well, Eva did. Carroll's insecurities with his hearing impairment kept him from fully enjoying the festivities and as per usual, Carroll waited out the night in the car while his wife danced the night away with the people from town. Halfway through the night, Stephen was playing “Turkey in the Straw” on his fiddle when Eva went to the refreshment table to make up a sandwich and a cup of coffee for Carroll. She would bring him a refreshment to the car. With her hands full, Eva made her way across the dance floor towards the front door. Alice Shea, a local woman who was dancing, jostled her arm, and some of the coffee spilled on Alice's pink dress. Oops. Eva made her way outside with the sandwich and cup of coffee to her husband who was still in the car. “Here dear, here is something to eat.” Carroll thanked his bride, she waved and returned to the dance floor. He had a few bites of his sandwich while he waited for the hot coffee to cool down. He blew into it, and took a sip. He made a strange face. He took another drink and then another. Then, he dropped the cup. This episode was brought to you by our main Sponsor Columbia Mercantile 1855, Columbia Historic Park's Main street grocery store. Teresa, the owner carries a mix of quality international and local products that replicate diverse provisions of when Columbia was California's second largest city after San Francisco. I love the selection of hard kombucha, my favorite. It is common to hear, "Wow! I didn't expect to find that here in Columbia". The Columbia Mercantile 1855 is located in Columbia State Historic Park at 11245 Jackson Street and is a great place to keep our local economy moving. At a time like this, it is so important to shop local, and The Columbia Mercantile 1855 is friendly, welcoming, fairly priced and accepts EBT. Open Daily! Now, back to Tuttletown- A few minutes after midnight, Rancher Frank Shell and a group of his friends were smoking in front of the schoolhouse on the night of the dance. The men stopped mid conversation when they began to hear groans of distress. Frank Shell realized it was coming from a nearby parked car and followed the sound. He found Carroll doubled over and shouted to him. “What's the matter, are you sick?” Carroll mumbled to Shell, “That coffee - bitter - get - my - father.” Frank Shell opened the car door, picked the vet up and carried him into the schoolhouse. Shell was yelling as he burst through the door, “Steve - Steve Rablen- Your boy is sick!” The music in the Tuttletown schoolhouse stopped and everyone heard Carroll cry out in pain. Stephen threw his fiddle down, jumped off the platform and rushed through the crowd towards his son. Eva had rushed out from the kitchen where she had been helping clean up. She stood and watched the action play out around her, seemingly terrified. She finally attempted to hold her husband down as he thrashed around but Frank Shell carried Carrol outside and placed him on the ground. Carroll reached out for his father's hand and told him one last time, “ Papa, that coffee was awfully bitter.” His words faded as he slipped into an unconscious state. Emergency services arrived 45 minutes later with Tuolumne County Sheriff Jack H. Dambacher, who pronounced Carroll B. Rablen dead at the scene. Eva rode along quietly as the ambulance took her husband's body to Coroner Josie Terzich. Dr. Bromley also built a two-story hospital called the Bromley Sanitarium, which we talked about in the Open Mic episode, it later became known as Sonora Hospital. It was situated at the current Yosemite Title parking lot. Dr. Bromley performed an autopsy on Carrol Rablen's body and sent Rablen's stomach contents to the University of California for analysis. Foul play was not obvious, and it was assumed Carroll had died of natural causes but Steven Rablen did not buy it. He stormed Dambacher's headquarters, demanding that the search continued. Sheriff Dambacher returned to the Tuttletown schoolhouse on May 1, 1929, the day of Carroll Rablen's funeral. After an hour of searching which turned up nothing, he placed his hat on his head and turned to leave the scene, he paused. On the ground in a bush, near where the Rablen's car had been parked, was a small medicinal bottle from Bigelow's drugstore. He picked up the bottle and read the label. STRYCHNINE. The poison used to kill rodents. We want to welcome this month's featured sponsor, Sonora Florist. SONORA FLORIST has been providing our community with beautiful flower arrangements for whatever the occasion since the early 1950s. You can visit sonoraflorist.com, or search Sonora Florist on Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram. There is a special website for wedding florals, visit sincerelysonoraflorist.com to see their wedding work, read reviews, or to book a consultation with one of their designers if you are getting married in the area. Thank you Sonora Florist. And if you have not checked out the mural on the side of the shop, on the corner of Washington and Bradford in downtown Sonora, in honor of the local Chinese history, do so! It was a fight to get it up, and it was worth it! This Episode is brought to you by the Law Offices of CHARLES B SMITH. Are you facing criminal charges in California? The most important thing you can do is obtain legal counsel from an aggressive Criminal Defense Lawyer you can trust. The Law Office of Charles B. Smith has effectively handled thousands of cases. The Law Offices of CHARLES B SMITH do not just defend cases, they represent people. Charles is intimately familiar with the investigative techniques the police and prosecutors use and is able to look at your case and see defenses that others can, and do, miss. Visit cbsattorney.com for more information. Even during the gold rush, no one liked attorneys, and Chrles, you will love. After finding the empty bottle of strychnine at the scene of the crime, Dambacher headed to Bigelow's Drug Store to question the clerk about the recent purchases of the poison. There had been only one purchase of the substance that week, to a Mrs. Joe Williams, who lived on a chicken ranch near the junction of the Sonora Mono road and the road to Soulsbyville, at about 10 o'clock on the morning of Crroll's death. The purchase was under the pretext of the need for poisoning gophers. When the drugstore clerk described the appearance of Mrs. Joe Williams, it was an exact description of Eva Brandon. Eva had been staying with Mrs. Jasper Shell after the accident, and Dambacher headed to the Shell's Hale Ranch. Eva came outside, and the Sheriff told her they were going on a ride with Constable Hoskins to the drugstore. The employees that were present when she bought the poison for 50 cents were Walter Ronten and Mrs Warren Sahey. They told the officers that Eva was the woman who bought the bottle. Dambacher made the clerks aware that their certainty would end in a murder charge for Eva, they took a second look but were positive. Eva was immediately accused of murder. She vigorously denied the charges, saying her husband was broken-hearted over his health problems and had surely poisoned himself. She demanded the Sheriff bring her home but Jack Dambacher told Eva she was not going home for a long time. At the sheriff headquarters, Carrol's father Stephen insisted that he suspected his daughter-in-law had killed his son over a $3,500 insurance policy. For reference, $3500 would be the equivalent of $56k in 2021. Stephen Rablen told the deputies he believed that Eva found her victims through mail-order bride advertisements. He suggested she surely killed her last husband, a mail-order groom named Hubert Brandon. Eva was formally charged with premeditated murder the following day in a complaint signed by Stephen Rablan. Her twin sister Effie had been working night and day to prove someone else bought the poison. Effie insisted that the two were deeply in love and that Eva was miles away when the poison was bought. Sonora's Dr. Bromley conducted the autopsy and sent Carroll's stomach to western laboratories in Oakland to be tested for poison by the famed scientist Edward O. Heinrich. Local Coroner Jesie Terzzich attended the testing. Heinrich was a famous American criminologist in the 20's known as the Wizard of Berkeley, America's Sherlock Holmes and the Edison of Crime Detection. He was an extraordinarily skilled criminologist who, almost single-handedly, helped to instill a systematic and scientific level of criminal investigation in the 20s and 30s. Heinrich is still held in the highest esteem by those who are familiar with his methodologies. The Mother Lode was seething with controversy, everyone had their own opinion on whether it was murder, suicide or natural causes. Eva sat calmly in jail for a week proclaiming “why would I kill my husband? I never poisoned him!” The San Joaquin attorney Charles H. Vance, offered to defend Eva, telling her that “No hick sheriff or county prosecutor would ever be able to convict her”. The entire case was heavily covered in extreme detail in the papers as front page news. The trial for the murder of Crroll Rablan was so largely attended on June 10 1929, the hearing was held outside in an open-air dance pavilion, where there was no shortage of space. Eva arrived on the arm of her attorney and quickly pleaded not guilty. Her defense focused on the mental state of the husband and wife. Carroll, they claimed, was suicidal. His first wife was there to testify that she had heard him make suicidal remarks in the past. The defense stated that Eva was manic depressive with developmental disabilities leaving her with an IQ equal to her eleven year old son. Then, the opposition took the stage. An insurance agent from Oakdale was called on as a witness, testifying that he had called on Carroll the day before he died to let him know his insurance would soon expire, and he had refused to renew the policy under Eva's name. Next, a handwriting expert proved the signature on a drugstore's registry with Eva's handwriting and they were a perfect match. It wasn't looking good for Eva. Now, forensic science was still new, and forensic science using DNA would not be used to solve a crime until 1984, but it was forensics and chemical analysis that cracked this case in 1929. Edward O. Heinrich was called to the stand. Heinrich proved to the judge, and the curious audience, that there was strychnine in Carroll's stomach, on the coffee cup, and on the coffee stain that was left on Alice Shea's dress. Eva and her team's mood changed when they realized the strong case against her and the crowd was shocked when suddenly, Eva took the stand and changed her plea to guilty. She told the judge the war had left horrific effects on her husband. He constantly victimised himself and complained about his ailments. “Quarrels, quarrels, I was sick and tired of them. We talked things over. It was decided we should both commit suicide. But I couldn't bring myself to do it. I was exhausted by my husband's suicidal tendencies, he constantly talked about self-harm and asked me to kill him. Finally I decided to poison him. It was the best way out, I thought. Now they want to hang me? I could only put him out of the way because I felt it was the only way to get my freedom.” Her confession eliminated the need for the trial and Eva Brandon-Rablen was sentenced to life in prison at San Quentin for Murder, without the possibility of parole. By pleading guilty, Eva evaded the death penalty. Sheriff Jack Dambacher and his wife escorted Eva to the ferry that would take her to the penitentiary. Eva was all smiles as she told the couple “I feel fine, not a bit tired. I'm not at all downhearted or discouraged.” Effie was there with Eva's son, eleven year old Albert Lee so he could say farewell to his mother. She held her son in a cold embrace. “I will be alright,” she told him. “I'm going to study Spanish. I've always been crazy to learn Spanish. Then if I get along well with that I can take on other subjects.” Reporters on hand at the ferry dock asked her why she killed Carroll. “I can't tell you why. I can't tell you why I confessed to putting strychnine in my husband's coffee. I told the court all and I want to tell.” Eva boarded the ferry that would transport her to San Quentin and looked to the distance as the ferry left the shore. She disappeared behind the prison walls to spend the rest of her life; she would never again be free. Well, never say never. Nine years later, on Jan 27th 1938, against the recommendations of the Tuolumne County Superior Court and officials at prison, she applied for parole. You see, Eva was one of the original prisoners transferred from San Quentin to the California Institute for Women at Tehachapi. Eva had served longer than most of the other criminals incarcerated there. Parole was granted. The forgotten woman left the prison walls and was whisked away in a car that was waiting for her outside. I guess we will never know what Eva's true motive was. Was she insane, as her lawyers would have argued? Did Carroll poison himself and she took the blame? Did he ask her to do it? Was it for $3,500, as her father-in-law believed? Or is there a story, still untold? What do you think? John Henry “Jack” Dambacher, whose tenure as sheriff from 1922 to 1946 is the longest in county history. Dambacher was known by his nickname “The Black Hat”, apparently after his iconic headwear. The new county jail was named the JH Dambacher detention center. He was originally buried in Sonora's Mountain View Catholic Cemetery but he was dis-interred and moved to the Casa Bonita Mausoleum in Stockton. Carroll Burdette Rablen, his mother and his father Stephen are buried in the Sonora City Cemetery. Heinnrich was buried at Chapel of the Chimes Columbarium and Mausoleum at hot - topic on QOTM Mountain View Oakland. Alright, love you all, be safe, get vaccinated, wear a mask, stay positive and act kind. Thank you for taking the time to listen today, subscribe to the show so we can meet again weekly, on Queens of the Mines. Queens of the Mines is a product of the “Youreka! Podcast Network” and was written, produced and narrated by Andrea Anderson. Go to queensofthemines.com for the book and more. Primary sources: Oakland Tribune Tue May 14, 1929 The Ogden Standard Examiner Sun Jul 14, 1929 www.murderpedia.org/female.R/images/rablen_eva/eva-rablen.pdf https://oldspirituals.com/2019/06/16/from-the-end-eva-rablen-mail-order-bride/ THE MAIL ORDER BRIDE MURDER- C.A. Asbrey Object: Matrimony: The Risky Business of Mail-Order Matchmaking on the … By Chris Enss
An overseas research team has linked soot preserved in Antarctic ice to fires set in Aotearoa New Zealand, by Māori settlers, 700 years ago. The researchers say the finding is a dramatic example of early humanity's environmental impact. However, there has been some criticism here in New Zealand about the research. Joseph McConnell is an environmental scientist at the Desert Research Institute in Reno, Nevada. He spoke to Kim Hill.
Very early in the morning on January 21, 1985, 65 passengers boarded a charter flight from Reno to Minneapolis for the trip home after a quick weekend away. As the plane became airborne, the entire frame began to shake violently. In this week's episode of Take to the Sky: The Air Disaster Podcast, Stephanie shares the story of devastation, shock, and confusion that emerged as investigators learned what went wrong as well as how the flight served to make flight safer for future passengers. Don't miss a single legacy: join our Patreon for exclusive air disaster stories, layover episodes, and surprises! Visit our website at taketotheskypodcast.com for show notes and our merch store!
Positive and negative takeaways from Nevada's 41-31 win at Boise (8:52). Nevada head coach Jay Norvell joins (21:32). The Pack concludes non-conference play Saturday vs New Mexico State — Three things to know, keys to a Nevada win, biggest concerns, and predictions (37:23). For slants, the Shoup brothers give bets of the weekend with Paramount Sports Founder Lee Sterling (51:08), pump up Justin Lockhart (1:13:20), and determine whether it's fair to think about the Pack's next head coach (1:08:08). To stay current everything on The Reno Slant, follow the brothers on Twitter and Instagram, and online at TheRenoSlant.com.
Greg's Garage Pod with Co-Host Jason Pridmore P/B Bike911.com - A motorcycle racing Pod about MotoGP, MotoAmerica, and World Superbike, Pro Motocross, American Flat Track, Supercross, and more. If you'd like to support the channel here is our Patreon link: https://www.patreon.com/gregsgaragetv In this episode, Co-Hosts Greg White and Jason Pridmore talk: ARAI News - Loris Baz to BMW in WorldSBK? De Keyrel off to Italy! Tomac to Yamaha, Anderson to Kawasaki. MotoGP - COTA news and results. A horrific crash in MOto3 and the penalty discussed. WorldSBK - Jason is in Europe and attended Portimão. We talk about the races and what he saw. Race Calendar/Next Week - FIM World Endurance is an 8 Hour at MOST, AMA Pro Flat Track and Super Hooligans is in Charlotte at the Speedway, AMA Pro Hillclimb is in Oregonia, OH, GNCC in Newburg, WV, Endurocross visits Reno, NV, Hare & Hound visits Lovelock, NV, and FIM World Trials, England, FIM Motocross in France, Bye, Bye
Fr. Roger J. Landry Church of the Holy Family, New York Memorial Mass for Jesse Reno October 6, 2021 Job 19:1.23-28, Ps 25, Rev 21:1-7, Mt 25:31-46 To listen to an audio recording of today’s homily, please click below: https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/catholicpreaching/10.6.21_Jesse_Reno_1.mp3 The following text guided the homily: The first time I met Jesse Reno […] The post You Did It For Me, Memorial Mass for Jesse Reno, October 6, 2021 appeared first on Catholic Preaching.
On the second day of the Battle of the Little Bighorn, the combined companies of Major Marcus Reno and Captain Frederick Benteen must survive blistering heat, a shortage of water, the stench of death, and constant gunfire and attacks from the warriors who surround Reno Hill. The end of the day brings a glimmer of hope, but the soldiers still don't know the fate of Custer's command. Join Black Barrel+ for ad-free episodes and bingeable seasons: blackbarrel.supportingcast.fm/join For more details, visit our website www.blackbarrelmedia.com and check out our social media pages. We're @OldWestPodcast on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. This show is part of the Airwave Media podcast network. Please visit AirwaveMedia.com to check out other great podcasts like Ben Franklin's World, Once Upon A Crime, and many more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today my guest for the podcast is one of my friends since childhood, Diane Sykes Bartholomew. Diane agreed to come on the show and share her personal story of dealing with mental illness, depression and bi-polar 2. She shares about her dealing with suicide ideation, and a 72 hour involuntary hold in a mental health facility. I some of you will relate to what she went through, and for others it may give insight to what people feel when placed on a 72 hour hold. My hope is that this will give us ideas to better serve those who are seeking treatment. Thank you Diane for sharing your vulnerable truths.
We're kicking off Jocktober with a radio show that does four hours of talk every morning and then for some reason another fifteen minutes of podcasting. I guess they just can't get to everything they want to talk about in just four short hours. Doug from Who's Right joins us this week to once again complain about his homework assignment. Also, we get an update on Opie's parking situation, Patrick Michael's policy on the name Karl, Stuttering John's flight to Reno, and the review girls' battle for boob superiority. https://whosrightpodcast.com/ Support us and get bonus episodes: http://bit.ly/watp-patreon https://watp.supercast.tech/
Nevada goes to Boise State Saturday for maybe the biggest game of the year — Three things to know, keys to a win, biggest concerns, and predictions (6:54). Attorney Matt Winters joins for Sage Advice No. 14 (29:18). For slants, the Shoup brothers give best of the weekend with Paramount Sports Founder Lee Sterling (57:28), debate whether the Mountain West should try to retain Air Force/Colorado State (1:25:39), and consider whether the Craig Thompson angst is warranted (1:29:43). To stay current everything on The Reno Slant, follow the brothers on Twitter and Instagram, and online at TheRenoSlant.com.
Main Fiction: "Forty-Flesh Barrier" by Raluca Balasa.This story was first published in Mad Scientist Journal, January 2019.Raluca Balasa holds an MFA in Creative Writing: Fiction from the University of Nevada, Reno. Her approach to writing is character oriented, often dealing with love/hate relationships, antiheroes, and antagonists who make you agree with them. Her short work has appeared in Andromeda Spaceways Magazine, Aurealis, The Mithila Review, and Grimdark Magazine, among others.Currently, Raluca works as a freelance editor and English teacher in the Toronto area. Her debut science fiction novel, Blood State, was released in September of 2020 from Renaissance Press. She can be found at her website.Narrated by Tatiana Grey.Tatiana is a critically acclaimed actress of stage, screen, and the audio booth. She has been nominated for dozens of fancy awards but hasn't won a single damned thing. She went to NYU and lives in Brooklyn, New York. You can find her at tatianagrey.com.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/starshipsofa. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
EP#065 - One of the original Taco Bell locations are shutting down. Richard, Reno w/ Natalie and Audrey Soderstrom share all their favorite Taco Bell memories and play a trivia game to test their knowledge. Also check out our new sponsor www.ByrdHair.com and enter promo code "DUDE" to get 15% off your order! Every order helps support the pod!!! Please listen, subscribe, and share!!! www.IDunnoDude.com - IG: @IDunnoDudePodcast
Lazlo's worried he's being a bad dad because he didn't make dinner for the boys until 9pm. I think 9pm should be the default dinner time for any person under 65. *There's a mom on tik tok who lost her teeth during pregnancy. Now she gets millions of views demonstrating how she makes herself over. The transformation is really something to behold and we all agree that it's cool. We don't all agree on whether or not someone in her position should divulge this information on a first date. Jeriney says there's absolutely no reason this woman should have to divulge anything about her looks to anyone at any time. This gives Lazlo an idea. He wants to start renting Lambo's and multi-million dollar mansions so he can make a good first impression on the ladies. Julia says Lazlo's comparison is garbage which leads to a full blown father/daughter fight. *Doomscrolling! COVID boosters for seniors, still no sign of Brian Laundrie, Biden says no more horses at the border, Reno says no more permitless whips downtown (?), a high school football player dies from head injuries, white water fountains, and nipples turning black and falling off. *Patrick Mahomes' brother tossed water on Ravens fans at the game last weekend. Do you hide any family members from your coworkers or are you the sibling being sent to stay at the cabin in the woods? *Science has proven several random factors can seriously impact your success as an adult. Oh, and it turns out everything we thought we knew about the popular kids in high school was wrong. *Americans waste a lot of money on a lot of things but how many of you bought beef liver pills in bulk this month? *Welp, bout time I hit the old dusty trail. I hope you manage to mosey on over here again tomorrow. Until then..... -Everybody Wang Chung!!!! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.