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THE WEST MESA MURDERS
Police suspect that the bodies were all buried by the same person or persons, and may be the work of a serial killer sometimes referred to as the West Mesa Bone Collector. Authorities also believe that the murders are closely linked to the annual state fair, which attracts large numbers of prostitutes to the area in the fall.
Two men who initially attracted police attention in connection with the murders were Fred Reynolds and Lorenzo Montoya. Reynolds was a pimp who knew one of the missing women and reportedly had photos of missing prostitutes; he died of natural causes in January 2009. Lorenzo Montoya lived less than two miles from the burial site; in 2006 there were reportedly tire tracks leading from his trailer to the site. In December 2006, Montoya strangled a teenage prostitute at his trailer; he was shot to death by the prostitute's boyfriend
A Woman thats very concern with missing people in the Albuquerque New Mexico area and what she believes happened to the missing women that society has forgotten about. Well she is here to remind us and to shed some light on what really went down, who is involved and who should be sitting in jail as a convicted serial killer(s).
This persons Identity will not be given to protect her.
Jim Beaver and the Down & Dirty Radio Show are bringing you a show LIVE from the Best in the Desert Blue Water Desert Challenge. We'll have qualifying results and interviews with some of the top drivers in off-road live from the Down & Dirty Radio Show and General Tire Off-Road Appreciation and Welcome Party. #GameOn
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Terrorism, Police Brutality, Natural Disasters ... the world is full of negativity and fear. Where's the balance?
Who will save us?
Heroes, who else??
This week we bring you stories of people (like you and me) committing acts of heroism.
Running a charity race, donating blood, helping a neighbor with a flat tire ... the stories in this episode and the upcoming events will help you to bring the balance back to your week.
As always, we invite you to call in, join the chat room, or just listen in.
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‘The Brilliant Brit’ Lewis Hamilton, driver for Mercedes dominated the track in Sochi today, winning the inaugural race of the Formula One, Russian Grand Prix. In what can only be called a spectacular performance on the track, Lewis Hamilton clinched the Constructors Championship title for the Mercedes AMG F1 team giving them their first ever; win, of the title that honors the entire team.
Mercedes won 13 out of 16 races thus far, with three more remaining. Lewis Hamilton won 9 of the 13 for Mercedes. One does not have to be a fan to recognize Hamilton is a superior driver who has made a great contribution to the Mercedes team. As usual, the dignified and gracious Hamilton pointed out, the engineers, mechanics and workers in the factory and the garage were all part of what made his success on the track possible.
Starting in second and finishing second was Hamilton’s teammate, Nico Rosberg. He tried to overtake Hamilton on lap-1 but ran out of space and locked up. The error forced Rosberg to pit early for a tire change on lap 2. But when he got back out, he did a great job fighting his way from eleventh, to a second place finish, on the same set of tires. Rosberg has four wins under his belt and exclaim, “I’m looking forward to the last three races.”
Fans can always count on an impressive drive by Valtteri Bottas, with Williams-Martini. He landed third on the podium giving his team enough points to leapfrog over Ferrari. Bottas seemed satisfied with third after giving up second position to Rosberg, something his fans believe would not have happened had Bottas been more aggressive, in protecting his position.
Rounding out the top five were Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen, with McLaren. Sergio Perez with Sahara Force India scored a point for his team coming in tenth.
I really tire of reading stories of "unfortunate" cause by police officers and then hearing the excuses. More on todays show!
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The Speculative Fiction Cantina: your weekly hypodermic injection of science fiction, fantasy, horror, alternate history, and things weird and wonderful in the world of books and writers. We ask authors the hard questions. You'll hear from writers who bend the rules and drive the narrative. Join S. Evan Townsend on this journey over the rainbow and through the looking glass. And remember to take the red pill.
Today's guest are science fiction writer Kent Hart and paranormal fiction writer Barb Jones
Kent Hart: Having been born on December 24 created an important life lesson; choose wisely, the best gifts are not always large, or heavy. Armed with a high school diploma, I followed a family tradition of military service, and despite Army tours in Vietnam and Iraq, I continued to pursue my favorite activity of reading science fiction. Now retired, I have more time to pursue writing which I hope never to tire of.
Novels: The Eyes Behold Tomorrow, Behind the Gem
Barb Jones: I loved telling stories ever since I was a child about vampires, werewolves, angels, demons, and witches. I was a little girl who loved scary stories, much to my mother's dismay. The scarier - the better. Hawaii was a perfect place for stories until I moved to Seattle. I decided to turn a love for the supernatural into writing stories to see if others would love them as much as I do. Currently, I live in Florida but since I'm a Seattle girl at heart, my stories take place in the Northwest. I continue to write supernatural stories of vampires, werewolves, witches, and more while enjoying the beaches and sunshine.
Novel: Blood Prophecy One: Queen’s Destiny
On tonight's episode of Talking in Circles; we discuss the Hollywood Casino 400 @ Kansas today. Joey Logano wins his 8th career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, advancing him through at least Phoenix, which is huge. 1 1/2 mile tracks have been Penske's bread and butter this season.
Jimmie Johnson, Dale Earnhardt Jr, Brad Keselowski, and Kasey Kahne are all chase contenders who had
Goodyear brought a tire that drivers and analysts were complaining about. The cooler temperatures made 4 tires king, for added grip. We'll talk about the issues with the tire, and if it's the team's fault, or if it's Goodyear's problem.
Big days for some guys, who we said last week were locks to get eliminated. We'll talk about who's good, and who needs to run strong at Charlotte.
We'll look at points, and talk about our attaboys, some smaller teams were able to have good runs today.
The Formula One Japanese Grand Prix got off on an extremely wet track with blinding visibility, behind a safety car. The race was red-flagged in the second lap due to increasingly harsh weather. By lap ten, track conditions had improved enough to recall the safety car and the race recommenced with pole sitter Nico Rosberg in the lead, closely followed by teammate and championship leader Lewis Hamilton. In lap 43 Adrian Sutil crashed his car along the tire barriers as torrential rains started once again. Then disaster hit in lap 44 as Marussia driver Jules Bianchi veered off the track hitting the Crain that was cleaning up the Sutil crash site. Hamilton had a ten second over Rosberg when the safety car was once again deployed due to the severity, of the Bianchi crash and worsening weather conditions, which lead to race officials stopping and calling the race.
Third place on the podium was Red Bull Sebastian Vettel followed by his teammate Daniel Ricciardo. Sadness over the Bianchi crash kept the celebrated atmosphere at a minimum. This win was a 30th career victory for leader and 2008 champion Lewis Hamilton who is one win short of matching champion hero and compatriot, Nigel Mansell’s record.
This race focused series of The Wheel Men Show will cover stories and results of the recent race weekend along with driver and team incites of the events. Jay and Gorilla Steve will work to bring opinions on all things involved in the sports car racing world. We will be concentrating on Tudor United Sportscar Series, Continental Tire Sportscar Challenge, Pirelli World Challenge, SCCA Trans-Am, and Formula 1 Racing. We will also cover other european series and ameteur american racing from time to time but remain focused on sportscars.
Jeff Gordon wins his 92nd career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race. Kevin Harvick once again had the fastest car of the race, and had a dominant performance before misfortune on a late race pit stop lead to a blown left front tire, and Harvick had to survive for a 13th place finish.
Four drivers were eliminated today after the conclusion of the AAA 400 @ Dover. Greg Biffle, A.J. Allmendinger, Kurt Busch and Aric Almirola were eliminated. We'll talk about how our chase grids are looking, and discuss who we think may not make it through the next round.
And also, let's talk about the 3,000 pound elephant in the room; Dale Earnhardt Jr has really struggled so far in this chase. We'll discuss why, and after his comments today, does Dale Earnhardt Jr still have a shot to win this thing in 2014?
And if Dale isn't a contender any longer, is Jeff Gordon the only driver at Hendrick Motorsports that is still a contender? Can Jimmie Johnson still do it, or are he and Chad Knaus just too far off to win this thing? We'll talk about that too.
With the high flyin' Cincinnati Bearcats coming to Columbus this Saturday, we sit down with Tom Croeschen of the Cincinnati Enquirer to chat all things Bearcat, including what makes Gunner Kiel so special, what this game means to the fertile recruiting grounds of SE Ohio, the state of Cincinnati's running game, what the hell happened against Miami (OH), and more. Also discussed: the tire fire at Michigan and the Big Ten.
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