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Have you ever seen a dead body? People find dead bodies everywhere, under floorboards, inside chimneys, and in their homes. They’re at crime scenes, disaster scenes and in morgues. There have been dead bodies on the red carpet, in cannibals’ dens, and even advertised in the classifieds. In this series, experienced crime and court reporter Sharnelle Vella, and veteran radio host Dee Dee Dunleavy look at where dead bodies have been found, how they got there, and most importantly, the effect on ...
 
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SHOW NOTES Meet the 6.8 Western: Browning's new high-performance, high-efficiency .270 magnum. This is the cartridge that host JvB used for a solo, drop-camp Alaska caribou hunt during September 2020. 1:7.5 rifling twist rate Engineered for efficiency and consistency True short-action magnum cartridge Optimized for heavy, high-BC bullets (165- & 17…
 
In this episode, I talk with Matt Trewhella about his book, "The Doctrine of the Lesser Magistrates: A Proper Resistance to Tyranny and a Repudiation of Unlimited Obedience to Civil Government." Probably one of the most important reads at our present moment, Matt's book is the topic of our conversation, as well as an examination of how it applies i…
 
Notorious Bega schoolgirl killer Leslie Camilleri was jailed for 28 years for the murder of 13-year-old Prue Bird in 1992. He was already serving two life sentences without parole for raping and murdering Bega schoolgirls Lauren Barry and Nichole Collins in 1997.Medical researchers have uncovered multiple cases of women giving birth after death, in…
 
This week our guest is Pulitzer Prize winning author Rick Atkinson. As book one of a three book trilogy, "The British Are Coming" is a long-awaited foray into the earliest years of the American Revolution. On this episode Rick Atkinson discusses the war, the young nation, its greatest leaders, and why he believes that now is the right time to revis…
 
SHOW NOTES WELCOME to the 101st Episode! As the title suggests, this fun discussion addresses two topics; big deer & compact gear. Must-read book: Ryan Hatfield's "Idaho's Greatest Mule Deer." Glory Day Story: Doyle Mooseman and the 48," 8x8 buck. Big buck statistics: An entertaining (and eye-opening) look at your chances of shooting a monster mule…
 
Two schoolgirls were abducted, raped and murdered in Bega, New South Wales, Australia on 6 October 1997. Lindsay Beckett claimed that he killed the girls under the orders of Leslie Camilleri.Traigo Andretti was given a life sentence for killing and dismembering his wife, and pleaded guilty today to the murder of another woman named Myrna Letandre. …
 
This week our guest is Dr. Colin Calloway, winner of the 2018 Book of the Year Award from the Journal of the American Revolution. In his new book "The Indian World of George Washington," Calloway details the life of George Washington through his interactions with the native peoples of North America. On this episode we discuss how these interactions…
 
In this episode, I talk with Ben Zornes, executive pastor at Christ Church in Moscow, ID. We talk about how post-millenial theology impacts their church's work, why singing as manly men in the church is so important, and what's wrong with modern contemporary worship music. Be sure to check out Ben's work (or follow him on Twitter, @benzornes). BenZ…
 
What would happen if singles in the biblical patriarchy camp had a resource to help them in their quest for godly marriage? In this episode, I'll talk with Brandon Durham about his startup Dominion Dating, a dating site built specifically for Christians looking to find and build fruitful marriages. We'll also talk about the crisis and affliction of…
 
Eric Edgar Cooke was known as the "Night Caller". He terrorised Perth, Western Australia in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s, committing at least twenty-two violent crimes, and eight murders. Kermit Gosnell was a doctor with a secretive, illegal and horrendous practise, where he and his untrained staff carried out abortions in the most unhygenic co…
 
This week our guest is award-winning author and chef Michael W. Twitty. Since their arrival in the 17th century, Africans have played an instrumental role in shaping the culture and cuisine of North America. Using food as a primary source, Michael Twitty traces the history of enslaved peoples in the New World and highlights their lasting influence …
 
SHOW NOTES Intro: 100 episodes! Topic: How to get kids started right in the wonderful world of hunting. Notes on past episode: Tikka considerations KIDS, HUNTING, and TEACHING a PASSION FOR THE SPORT Generating interest First guns Field prep Gear quality (for kids) Binoculars & scopes Early experiences (designed to grow the passion) Introducing sig…
 
In this episode, I interview Zach Garris, author of "Masculine Christianity." We discuss many elements of Zach's book, which addresses biblical patriarchy, gender roles, and sexuality according to Scripture. Should women serve in combat? Do gender roles apply only to the pulpit and the home, or also to the civil sphere? We'll discuss these issues a…
 
In 1858, Cheesman Park in Denver, Colorado, was a graveyard called Prospect Hill Cemetery. When it closed, and the moving of the bodies was left to an undertaker named E.P. McGovern things started to go terribly wrong.Glenys Heyward disappeared from her home in Mt Gambier, Victoria, in July, 2007. Almost three years later her son, Matthew Reginald …
 
This week our guest is JAR editor and author Don N. Hagist. In his new book “Noble Volunteers” Don Hagist reveals the complex make up of the British Army and highlights the intricacies of daily life during the American Revolution. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.By Dispatches
 
SHOW NOTES Intro scenario: What not to do during a bear charge. Topics: How-to episode on: How best to carry a bear-protection sidearm in the backcountry. How to DIY customize your hunting rifle to make it shoot like a custom rifle. Bear-gun carry methods: Packs and interference Holsters and positions Bino harnesses and chest holsters Badlands Bino…
 
July 6, 1944, as the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus was beginning its 2pm matinee performance, a fire started under the big top, killing 167 people and injuring more than 700. It was years before arsonist Robert Segee came forward to confess.“Be careful. My uncle's a killer. He has a dead baby.” Those words from a young girl in New Hamps…
 
SHOW NOTES Intro: Ibex hunting in New Mexico Guest: Landon Michaels of Gunwerks The lure of Ibex & mountain country New Mexico's free-range, public-land ibex hunts Hunt types (rifle, muzzleloader, archery) Applying, dates, draw odds Prep: Physical, mental, research, scouting Technical mountain terrain Equipment Hunt narrative Application service & …
 
SHOW NOTES: Intro: Big changes coming to non-resident Idaho hunters Brief summary of how the changes effect Idaho residents Public service announcement: Outdoor show and conventions schedules and cancellations IDAHO HUNT CHANGES Idaho's website operating system: All new and hugely capable Elk zones & non-resident restrictions Tags on sale at 10am M…
 
In this episode, I'll review Zach Garris' new book, Masculine Christianity, which unpacks biblical, historic patriarchy in excellent fashion. As I said in the episode, "This is probably the most important book on masculinity, femininity, and biblical sexuality that I’ve ever read." Yup, it's that good. Notes: Masculine Christianity, Zach Garris Kno…
 
December 8, 1987, in Melbourne, Australia, a gunman opened fire in the Queen Street offices of Australia Post offices. He killed eight people before throwing himself out of an 11th-floor window.Anatoly Moskvyn is serving time in a Russian psychiatric facility, for stealing 29 girls' corpses and turning them into 'dolls’. Sharnelle has an update on …
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor Eric Wiser. Cornelius Hatfield earned a reputation as a daring raider and loyal subject. As he terrorized Patriots in New York and New Jersey, he cemented his legacy as one of the most infamous Loyalist outlaws of the American Revolution. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.…
 
In this episode, I interview pastor Jared Sparks of The Shepherd's Crook about Wild at Heart by John Eldredge. Jared had the unique privilege of interviewing John on his podcast, so he has some fascinating insights about the book, 90s men's ministries, and the main takeaways from the book. Show Notes: Shepherd's Crook Interview with John Eldredge S…
 
SHOW NOTES Intro: This episode may ruffle some feathers. Physiology of a big bull elk 6.5mm related elements The Great 6.5mm Deception Various classes of 6.5mm cartridges, and which are suitable for elk "It's the bullets fault." In this case, there's something to this claim Getting the best elk-killing capability out of your 6.5mm cartridge Exorcis…
 
Dorothea Puente ran a boarding house in Sacramento, California and murdered her elderly and mentally disabled boarders, leading to her being dubbed the "Death House Landlady".Kylie Maybury went missing from her neighborhood in Preston in 1984. More than 30 years after her death, police arrested and charged Gregory Keith Davies.…
 
This week our guest is New York Times bestselling author Thomas E. Ricks. Washington. Adams. Jefferson. Madison. First Principles follows these four members of the Revolutionary generation from their youths to their adult lives, as they grappled with questions of independence, and forming and keeping a new nation. For more information visit www.all…
 
In this episode, I'll review John Eldredge's book, Wild at Heart. Now in print for over 20 years, John's book was incredibly popular with men in the church. I'll explore what's good about this book and offer my critiques. We'll talk about why it was so popular with men, why so many in conservative churches reacted negatively to it, and what can be …
 
SHOW NOTES Gear notes & failure potential Tents for solo hunting Sleeping bags for wet, dangerous country Emergency communication devices Devices, power, & entertainment Planning for extreme weather Backup camp spots Emergency communication Walking out The Mental Game Unexpected challenges of hunting solo Staying occupied while waiting for a bush p…
 
Melbourne millionaire Herman Rockefeller’s disappearance mystified police, until they untangled his complex life that involved a secret mistress and an underground ''swingers'' network.Wade Frankum went on a shooting rampage at a shopping mall in Strathfield, Sydney, on 17 August 1991. He killed himself, after leaving eight dead and six wounded.…
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor Mark R. Anderson. After braving the harsh Canadian wilderness, Ethan Allen was defeated at Montreal. Two centuries later the event remains shrouded in mystery. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.By Dispatches
 
SHOW NOTES Intro: Backcountry Hunting is the territory of tough humans. Or, to use a classic term, Hard Men. Guest: Eric Conn, host of the Hard Men Podcast Fellow writer Serious gun guy Christian pastor Says it like it is Backcountry hunters are arguably the toughest hunters Manly hobbies, and why they're important Developing manliness Going West: …
 
John Conn was found guilty of the murder of Aveline Littler and sentenced to hang at Bathurst jail in 1872. The headlines read: “Frightful Scene” after an incident occurred in his final moments.Louis "Buddy" Musso was a 59 year old mentally handicapped man from New Jersey, USA who was horribly murdered by three men and three women in Houston, Texas…
 
SHOW NOTES Intro: Bear-country scenario Listener's requests: An episode on big-bores for backcountry hunting. In particular: .338-06 .35 Whelen 9.3x62 Why would a backcountry hunter want such a cartridge? More ammo in magazine Less recoil, faster follow-up shots Less expensive to reload Easy conversions of typical standard-size actions Controlled-f…
 
SHOW NOTES Intro: The excitement of taking a first buck! Sporadic podcast scheduling, and the hunts to blame. ;) Questions, Answers, & Success Stories: Tough bullets for tough Nilgai A matched pair of Weatherby Backcountry Ti's in .280 Ackley Favorite .280 Ackley Improved bullets & loads Hunting the Backcountry: An encounter with the sacred Lightwe…
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor Robert Scott Davis. Margaret Eustace led a famed life, but a mysterious letter in Georgia has left historians baffled for over two centuries. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.By Dispatches
 
SHOW NOTES Intro: A day to hunt, & a big muzzleloader buck Topic: The critical importance of intimate familiarity with your hunting area A tale of 24 hours, a faithful old hunting area, & a Utah mule deer tag Juxtaposition: Old areas vs. new What to research & learn: Habitat Game populations Summer vs. autumn ranges Migration routes & times E-Scout…
 
SHOW NOTES Intro: Potable water challenges Rain, rain, & more rain Gale-force winds Unsuitable equipment: Down sleeping bag & 3-season tent Equipment failures: Expect the unexpected The solo mental game: Staying productive Extraction & weather windows Post-hunt logistics: Prepping & flying with meat & antlers www.browning.com www.timneytriggers.com…
 
This week our guest is Jar Contributor and Youtube content creator Bridget Barbara. While Benedict Arnold’s treasonous gamble has become the stuff of legend, his conspiracy with John Andre is still readily traced. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.comBy Dispatches
 
In this episode, I'll discuss some of the reasons American pastors have become so soft and what can be done about this problem, from changes in the way we train ministers to how they work in a world of men. Show Notes: The Feminization of the American Pulpit, EricConn.com The Feminization of the American Culture, Ann Douglas The Church Impotent, Le…
 
SHOW NOTES Intro: Solo in Alaska Packing for the flight Down safe, camp setup Grizzly bears a'plenty! Caribou few and far away One lone big bull Hunting, photographing, and field butchering Packing meat Near hypothermia Hunkered down, waiting out the rain An accuracy tech topic for future study To be continued... Tune in for Part 2, when things beg…
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor Damien Cregeau. Washington, Hamilton, John Paul Jones. Their lives were critical in the cause of freedom, and their final resting places remind us of their sacrifices. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.By Dispatches
 
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