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Frank's World features guests that include former mobsters and lawmen, entertainers and businessmen and women. Tonight Frank welcomes Lisa Schinelli and Georgia Durante. Lisa was born in Hartford, Connecticut in 1959. Starting at age 15 she worked at her mother's well-known costume store, The Doll Factory. In 1986 Lisa married assistant movie director Theodore Masuk and moved to Southern California. Theodore's died in 1994. In 2004 she became a Classic Car Dealer and began selling her Classics to the movie industry. In 2006, she met and became engaged to former New York mobster Henry Hill. With Henry, Lisa traveled around the country doing Mob events and movie premiers, and was on the TV series Mob Ladies. Georgia was born in Rochester, New York in 1950. At the age of twelve she began her national modeling career. At seventeen, she became the "Kodak Girl," immortalized with her life-size image displayed in more than 80,000 retail stores throughout the world. Following a marriage that produced a daughter and ended in failure, Georgia met and married Joe Lamandola, a seemingly successful businessman. However, Joe wasn't what he appeared to be. In reality, he was an abuser with ties to organized crime. Georgia is also the author of the best-selling book, The Company She Keeps. It tells the story of her life as a victim and how she overcame it. The Company She Keeps has been recognized by domestic violence prevention and recovery groups, for the inspiration and motivation it provides abused women who are looking to reclaim and rebuild their lives. She has appeared on the TV show I Married A Mobster.
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Shattered Lives Radio will talk with Amy Susan Crohn, a survivor of her brother Steve Crohn's suicide in August, 2013.New York Magazine gives the best description of the full, but often turbulent life of Steve Crohn, a man of many... more

Frank's World features guets that include former mobsters and lawmen, entertainers and businessmen and women. Tonight Frank welcomes author, screenwriter and musician Jon D'Amore.

Bexley, Ohio Police Chief Larry Rhinehart joins Shattered Lives Radio to discuss his role in domestic violence prevention and advocacy. Currently serving as the board president for Choices, a direct service provider to victims of violence in... more

All across the country law enforcement agencies are called during hostage situations, whether hostages being held for demands, political purposes, or more commonly relationship disputes. None of the described situations tend to end... more

The legacy of Morgan Harrington, and the significance of her short life can not easily be forgotten when Gil and Dan stand side by side with other families whose children are lost or murdered, or give attention to whole villages that depend... more

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December 5, 2007, 39 year old Patrick Smith was killed in a traffic accident in Mansfield, CT. This was not just a routine accident, the driver of a truck ran a stop light and plowed into Patrick's vehicle which was legally stopped at the light... more

Dennis Griffin, best known for his mob-related true crime books, started his "after retirement" writing career writing mystery/thriller novels, one of the most popular, THE MORGUE. The novel is based on his work as an investigator looking... more

Shattered Lives Radio talks with experts from the Connecticut Council on Problem Gambling, Mary Drexler and Donna Zaharevitz, who will dispel a lot of the myths surrounding problem gambling, provide information about what is, or isn't,... more
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