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The camp was located in several buildings in the city : in former Yugoslav Falconry Association building (so called Sokolana) , in the nunnery of the (Roman Catholic) Sisters of St . Vincent , saltwork Rice warehouse , Guci building , in the elementary school in New Sisak and in so called Quarantena in one of six concentration camp barracks . All these buildings were utterly unsuitable for the housing of children . For example in the Falconry associaltion there were no doors; it was drafty because the whole construction was set up for drying the salt
In the town of Sisak, situated near the town of Jasenovac, Ustaše presence was vigilant. Early in 1942, The local synagogue was robbed utterly, and the building later housed a worker's hall. The settlers of Sisak were quickly brought to Ustaše attention, and those of them that were of Serbian or Jewish kinship were tormented. One example is Miloš Teslic, a Serbian philanthropist, who was tortured gravely: his eyes were cut out, his arms were sawn off, all while his chest was being burned with a hot iron and his heart cut out.
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Hello parents join us on Mike's first endeavor as he returns home for his first basketball camp for the youth in his community. This camp is a FREE camp and open to the first 100 young athletes to sign up. Mike grew up with a solid foundation of giving back to those who have supported him over the years and years to come. Join me as we broadcast live from the site of this huge endeavor. We hope to have parents of the children attending stop by and share their thoughts as well as a few young athletes just to talk about their experience here at the cap. So we look forward to you joining the conversation as well .................... Call-in or log-in to stay connected
Kyle and Michelle join us on this episode of WIIM Radio to discuss what they've observed at the Red Wings' Development Camp in Traverse City. They've been able to watch the practices and talk to several of the players while in town and have some good news about the Red Wings' future.
Behind The Curtain welcomes retired police detective John A. Cameron for a discussion on the most notorious serial killer you've never heard of—Edward Wayne Edwards, who allegedly killed scores of people over a sixty-six-year period and was never caught (for murder). Cameron described Edwards' tragic childhood, noting that he was born in 1933 at the height of the Great Depression, raised by an aunt while his mother served out her prison term, and eventually placed into an orphanage at age five. "By time he's eight years old... he's been sexual abused by the older boys, beaten by nuns for bedwetting, and turns into a psychopathic monster," Cameron revealed.
Edwards' experiences at the orphanage destroyed him spiritually, compelling him to rebel against Catholicism and embrace Satanism and the teachings of occultist Aleister Crowley, Cameron continued. At age eleven Edwards was a full-fledged sadomasochist and had committed three gruesome murders in the Chicago area, he added. Cameron said he connected Edwards to the Chicago 'Lipstick' murders after tying him to a series of 'Lovers Lane' killings in Great Falls, Montana in 1956. Edwards left behind messages at the Chicago murder scenes that appeared to have been written by a young person and was smart enough to steer the evidence toward an innocent person, he explained.
Is Summer Camp for kids only??? NO WAYYY! each year I work with our young people over a week's time and then parents ask me.."do you ever do a Summer Camp for adults?" Of course, if their is enough interest. I am holding an online camp this year so please let me know if you are interested. This is for BOTH children and adult sessions. Email me firstname.lastname@example.org for details. This will start in JULY!!!