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Summer is finally here! Summer water safety is a very serious concern. Countless deaths occur each summer due to drownings. It's vital that guardians protect children from the dangers of water. Let's Talk America with Host Shana Thornton will feature a very important segment on summer water safety. Water safety advocate and expert Jennifer Hill will join Shana for a game-changing conversation that aims to help prevent drownings this year. Join the award-winning national radio talk show on Tuesday, July 8, 2014 at 7:30 pm EDT to be educated and empowered! Tune in!
Let's Talk America with Host Shana Thornton is talk radio with substance!
Join us for the live EMS Paramedic radio show. Jim, Josh and Dave will bring their own topics and open the back of the ambulance doors so you can add your own to the jump bag.
The bag is as full as ever but we can jam some more in as always. This week:
OMG EMT <- Jim watched a few episodes - pleazzzzzzz.
In hospital time, EMS utilization and it's effects on patient care
Summertime, drownings and July 4th shenanigans.
Plus member questions and more.
Set in the Pacific Northwest the "44 Series" is a Chilling and Thrilling Book series written by the Upcoming famous Author Jools Sinclair. Sinclair who herself is also a Pacific Northwest resident, shares her story or becoming who she is today as an author as well as the coming about of the 44 Series. Make sure you listen, and more than that, make sure you get a copy or follow the 44 series which is available all over.
That Was Then, This is Now
We are discussing Supernatural's first 3 episodes, Pilot, Wendigo, and Dead in the Water.
Two brothers, Sam (Jared Padalecki, "Gilmore Girls") and Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles, "Smallville"), witness their mother's paranormal death as children and grow up trained to fight by a distraught father who wants nothing more than to hunt down the thing that killed his wife. Sam escapes to college to start a new, normal life, but gets pulled back in after Dean shows up on his doorstep to tell him their father is missing. Following clues from their father's eerie phone message, the boys travel to a small town and encounter a violent and vengeful spirit called the "Woman in White." Eric Kripke wrote the episode directed by David Nutter.
Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) follow the coordinates left in their father's journal and land in the middle of the woods where they investigate the disappearance of several campers. The two brothers soon learn they are dealing with a Wendigo, a creature made famous in Native America legends. A Wendigo is a former human whose cannibalism has transformed him into a creature with superhuman strength and speed that feasts on human flesh. Eric Kripke wrote the episode directed by David Nutter
Dead in the Water
Sam and Dean investigate a series of mysterious drownings written off as suicides. They discover the spirit is an angry little boy with the power to travel through water who is taking revenge on certain town inhabitants for a dark secret buried long ago. Dean forms a bond with a young boy who seems to have the power of premonition. Sera Gamble & Raelle Tucker wrote the episode directed by Kim Manners.
This week's Lineup:
Note: We expect a live report about the Aurora shooting frm Beverly White who went there to cover it.We also have some audio frm the Willis Edwards services, time permitting.
10:05 Entertainment with Darlene Donloe
10:20 Fashion: A Profile of Mikel Kilgour, Fashion Designer, Kilgour & Sweet, Fine Artist, Art Historian and Art Director/Photographer www.Facebook.com/mikel.kilgour
11:00 Swimming with So Lynn
So Lynn has many talents but his day job is as an aquatics instructor for L.A. City Pools. In light of tragic drownings recently, So will come aboard to talk to those with water phobias and also talk about the best way to teach children, waterobics and summer water sports like white water rafting. He loves swimming and diving all over the world. Stay afloat and join us!
Noon: Have a great week!
Sunday Morning Live starts at 10 AM PST. Join Us!
Hosted by Isidra Person-Lynn
Host Marie Hulett talks with Susan Keyes about a special event hosted by the So. Cal. Animal Response Team, (http://scart.us/) and Bob Lyons, inventor of Safety Turtle (http://www.safetyturtle.com/)- a device to prevent accidental drownings for both humans and pets.
"There have been an alarming number of deaths where young men of college age are found in a body of water with a smiley face drawn nearby them. The killings are completely unconnected in most ways aside from the fact that most are completely unsolved and listed simply as accidental drownings. The thing connecting all of them is a sort of calling card that two investigators are suggesting is the link to all the drowned victims. The case is known widely as the smiley face killings. Currently there are some 40 suspected victims over 11 states."
When criminal profiler Pat Brown first approached me about airing a segment on the Smiley Face Killers, I must admit that I had not heard anything of any real consequence about the case.
Perhaps her breadth of knowledge and passion for her work is why Pat is without a doubt one of the top, if not the top criminal profilers in the world, and like other notorious unsolved cases, she wanted to tackle the subject head on.
Now for the uninitiated, the Smiley Face killings as they have come to be called has captured the imagination of the public, gaining mainstream media attention in 2009 when Detectives Kevin Gannon and Anthony Duarte talked with Larry King about their investigation into the mysterious drowning death of college student Patrick McNeill back in 1997.
Since 1997, a clear pattern of predatory behavior has emerged causing authorities to consider the possibility that the seemingly random drowning deaths of 40 (perhaps more) male college students is the work of a single killer or worse yet killers.
In today's True Profiler segment, Pat will talk about the case in which which a happy or smiley face has been a consistent signature spanning many years and many states in a silent, yet terrifying embroidery of predatory opportunism.
Today's show will feature special guests: Kristi Piehl (Award winning investigative reporter), and Bill Szostak the father of the smiley face victim Josh Szostak. Retired NYPD detectives Kevin Gannon and Anthony Duarte say they've found a link between the river drownings of at least 40 men in 25 cities in 11 states. They say 19 men were killed in Minnesota and Wisconsin alone. Detectives say this is the mark of a gang of killers. The men are all young and athletic. City after city, the spot where the body went into the water, left behind was the symbol of a smiley face. *Spolight BTR Host: Jerry Butler will also stop by the show.
How One Responsible Leader's Calling Has Already Saved almost 800 Infants from Drowning: My Interview with Dr. Harvey Barnett, Founder of Infant Swim Resource.
The life story of a calling to responsible leadership: Harvey Barnett was horrified as a teenager (and a lifeguard) by senseless infant drownings he witnessed. Young Harvey began a continuing 44-year quest to teach infants how to save themselves when they fall into the backyard pool -- and to teach parents to take responsibility to prevent infant drowning, the #1 cause of accidental death among infants.
To date, 178,000 infants have been trained. There are 780 documented cases of "self rescue" and zero drownings among these students.