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May 13, 2013

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Marlisse Silver Sweeney

The Dance with the Devil Cocktail.

Even if you prefer dancing with your friends instead of the devil, this tangy cocktail concocted by Dog Haus Biergarten's Brady Weiss is sure to get at least something hopping.

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Ingredients

  • 1.5 Ounces gin
  • .5 Ounce lime juice
  • .5 Ounce simple syrup
  • .5 Ounce Aperol
  • 1 slice of jalapeño
  • I.P.A.

Directions

Combine the gin, lime juice, and simple syrup. Muddle 1 slice of jalapeño. Pour over ice and top with I.P.A.

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What we learned from Demi Lovato’s raw ‘Dancing With the Devil’ docuseries

Pop musician Demi Lovato has developed a reputation for being outspoken about her demons. But her new YouTube documentary, “Dancing With the Devil,” presents at least one stunning revelation: She’s been holding back.

The revealing four-part series — which made a splash last week at the virtual South by Southwest film festival — sees the pop star recall, in vivid detail, the events surrounding her near-fatal 2018 drug overdose, as well as several other traumatic moments. The first two episodes of the buzzy project are streaming on YouTube, with the third installment coming March 30.

“I’ve had so much to say over the past few years . wanting to set the record straight,” Lovato says in the pilot. “FYI: I’m just gonna say it all, and then if we don’t want to use any of it, we can take it out.”

Here are five takeaways from the docuseries, including what led to her overdose, why she ended things with her quarantine fiancé and what inspired her latest album.


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Remember Activated Charcoal Cocktails?

The year was 2016. Justin Bieber’s anti-ballad “Love Yourself” was the No. 1 song in America. Leonardo DiCaprio had been mauled by a bear and finally won his Oscar. Beyoncé’s Lemonade arrived out of thin air. And well, you know the rest. A presidential election. A nation in shock. Everything, everywhere was suddenly submerged in grim darkness. Even cocktails.

The moment was awash in the brooding hue of activated charcoal. Rooted in the ideology of Goopian wellness, activated charcoal—traditionally used in hospitals as a treatment for ingesting dangerous levels of poison—entered the cultural consciousness in 2014 when Gwyneth Paltrow promoted a charcoal-infused lemonade, alleging that the porous substance would grab onto toxins and prevent them from being absorbed into your bloodstream. At the time, it seemed plausible enough wellness as a movement had yet to receive major critical appraisal, and activated charcoal began popping up in face masks, toothpaste, pizza crust, smoothies, ice cream and, in due time, booze.

The pitch-black hue of charcoal-infused everything was magnetic. Lattes brewed into black hole sludge were strange and yet enticing—a theoretically healthful dance with the devil of sorts. Charcoal ice cream was a sinful twist on a culturally innocent food: badass, chic and maybe toxin-clearing. A cocktail, on the other hand, like the Black Tie White Noise served at Beauty & Essex in 2016 (one of the first to appear in Manhattan) made with bourbon, Scotch, yellow chartreuse, lemon and activated charcoal, laid bare just how dichotomous “healthy” cocktails could be—delightful and yet steeped in potential darkness.

Like all viral food trends, Instagram pushed the novelty happily along. Somewhere between the cookie-and-cake-adorned milkshake and the Technicolor Unicorn Frappuccino, the activated charcoal cocktail slid into the collective feed, bolstered by bartenders who hopped on the bandwagon. At Slowly Shirley in New York, the Perla Negra (rum, kalamansi, orange, honey, ginger, Batavia Arrack and sorrel) was served in a glass skull and spiked with activated charcoal for the sole purpose of turning it black. A mile away at Goodnight Sonny, the Ashes to Ashes (gin, rose, charcoal) was topped with a layer of fluffy white aquafaba, the notorious chickpea byproduct. What began as a detoxifying medical tool had become, ironically, a bedfellow to re-toxification.

But then, in June of 2018, the local health department put an end to the black magic. “Restaurants in New York City are not permitted to use activated charcoal in food because it is prohibited by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration as a food additive or food coloring agent,” said Carolina Rodriguez, a Department of Health and Mental Hygiene spokeswoman, in a statement to the Observer. The proliferation of charcoal cocktails, a perhaps on-the-nose reflection of the times, ended as abruptly as it had begun.

Activated charcoal may have disappeared from New York City backbars, but it’s still kicking in other corners of America, its diaspora of kin almost always leaning into the most literal overtones of darkness. There’s the MF Doom-inspired drink at Salt Lake City’s Good Grammar. And, at the forthcoming Blade Runner-inspired Nexus pop-up in Los Angeles, there’s the activated charcoal margarita, featuring a plastic eyeball, frozen into a block of clear ice.


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A Dance With the Devil

Jennifer Dorey has returned home from London to be with her mother after the death of her father, a fisherman who fell overboard off his boat.. or she tells herself that this is the reason.

“I’m not afraid of the darkness. Only what hides in it.”

Returning to her childhood home in Guernsey, a small island in the English Channel,

There was a joke about it: something about sixty thousand people clinging to a rock. At twenty-four square miles it wasn’t quite a rock, but it wasn’t far off.”

she thinks she will slip into a quiet reporter job at the Geurnsey News. Then a girl is found dead on the beach and everything changes…

When Jenny starts to find similarities between this girl and other girls who had drowned in the past she thinks that maybe they are more alike than she’d like and begins to delve into the folklore and history of the island and those who have been living on it

Le Table des Pion, or the Fairy Ring as everyone called it, was a rough table hewn into a grassy plateau, surrounded by a ring of stones. On one side, dense foliage of bracken and gorse formed a natural windbreak, and on the other, flat, grassy headland led to sheer cliffs and beneath them, the sea.

Built as a picnic spot for officials who’d inspected the island’s roads hundreds of years ago, locals preferred the other stories surrounding the place. About witches. And the Devil. The Devil came here, disguised as a goat or a wolf, or a big, black dog and danced with witches. There was a tunnel somewhere here too. Not a real one, at least as far as Matt knew, but according to legend all of the Devil’s cronies used tunnels to get around”

As Jenny delves deeper into the deaths of these girls, with only Detective Chief Inspector Michael Gilbert to listen, she realises that the Devil may never have left the island… and he may be one of the sixty thousand still clinging to that rock closer than she thinks. Only

This was a nice cosy mystery. It was a little predictable, but I really enjoyed the descriptive way that it was written. It had some very beautiful descriptions that really made me feel like I was actually there:

“London, two years ago. An unpleasantly hot summer, untempered heat absorbed by roads and pavements and then thrown back up in hazy, iridescent waves floating above the sticky Tarmac. No breeze. No whisper of sea spray in the air to cool hot cheeks with its fresh, salty touch.”

“He parked up and walked down to the shoreline , which was swathed in slick brown ribbons of vraic, the islanders’ name for the local seaweed. It covered the wet, leaden sand in thick banks, lighter-coloured branches reaching up out of the piles, like emaciated arms searching for daylight. In the summer, the smell was overpowering, rotting and stale, and the flies were legion. Now, in November, the smell was bearable, almost pleasant, a sea-earth hybrid of salt and vegetation with only the odd sleepy bluebottle taking a break from the tip down the road to hover around a dead fish, scales shimmering between the seaweeds’ fronds.”

My main complaint was some of the mentions that went nowhere. DCI Michael and his affiliation with the Christian Fellowship Foundation, everything that made Jenny leave London, etc. I understand that Lara Dearman was leaving these things open for more books… I assume, and I would like to check out another one if she writes it, it was just that there were things that I felt didn’t have to be mentioned in this book that probably could have waited until they were going to be a focus of some sort.

All in all though it was an enjoyable read for a rainy night!


Panic Disorder & My Dance with the Devil

For the first time in an exceptionally long time, a sense of clarity washes over me as I navigate the twists and turns of Oregon Coast Highway 101 alone.

Slowly at first—and then suddenly—over the course of the last three years, the things that have kept me tethered to what I have called my life for well over a decade came undone. Throughout this untethering process, I felt like a boat moored at a ramshackle dock during a storm. I swear at times I could hear the high-pitched groan of thick, aging ropes stretching, straining and then snapping as I was launched side to side, and up and down by angry waves that were both unpredictable and unforgiving. When the last mooring line finally released, there was an instant but temporary sense of peace as I slipped out to sea.

The Cost of Breaking Free

This isn’t the first time I’ve broken away from “my life” and indulged in the impression of freedom and the momentary belief that I could do and become anything I wanted. One of the first times was about two years into community college. I was working a shit job in the shit town I had spent my adolescence in. I was doing poorly in school and exceptionally well at staying inebriated in my free time. After visiting a friend who was going to school at Berkeley, I summoned the courage to quit my job and tell my very displeased parents that I was heading to California.

And just like that, I drifted out to sea. It was exhilarating at first. I was full of hope and on my own with only the most minimal of support. But it wasn’t long before things got rough. Being in murky, unfamiliar waters without a floatation device woke a new kind of fear in me that would continue to grow. One that I couldn’t contain. I began waking at night with tingling limbs. I’d quietly wander the dark rooms of the house I was staying in, trying to shake off an unsettling question that whispered on repeat in the back of my mind: “Am I alive?”

It sounds insane, I know. I started to wonder if I was in fact going crazy. During the day my chest was alive with butterflies that wanted nothing more than to be set free. Their wings beat against my ribcage demanding to be released as I interviewed for jobs with sweaty palms and answers plucked from the confusion of a racing mind. In the evening, my parents would call oftentimes asking me to come home. They offered financial and emotional support, but only if I would come back to the very things I desperately wanted to escape.

One day, only a couple of months after arriving in Berkeley, I waited until my household was empty, packed all of my belongings into my car, and headed back towards the shithole town I had come from. I didn’t tell anyone—even those who were closest to me. I was sure if I could just get back to the familiar that predictable, awful life would put the butterflies and frightening thoughts to rest. But somewhere along the never-ending stretch of I-5 that runs from California to Oregon, things took a turn for the worse.

The Beginning of a Long-Term Relationship

Actors and actresses never portray panic attacks right in the movies. The go-to reenactment always includes hyperventilating, a paper bag, and curling into a tiny ball. But real panic attacks aren’t like that at all. At least not in my case. In my case, the butterflies that had only filled my chest up until that moment…well, they moved into every cell of my body until my skin and bones, and even the folds of my brain vibrated with the desperate pulse of their wings. Billions of them trying to break away in every direction, taking me in pieces with them.

My skin buzzed. My mind filled with the roar of thrumming wings. I flew off the highway and almost ran my car into a gas station. There, a fireman and police officer checked both me and my car (to make sure I wasn’t on drugs), gave me a clean bill of health and sent me on my way with worried looks. That first attack and the long ride home began a cycle that would keep me in its grips for most of the rest of my adult life.

The Cycle of Panic Disorder

Panic disorder is a beast to break free from. Some doctors even say it is impossible. Marked by recurrent attacks that give way only to stretches of time spent fearing the next episode, panic disorder is a cycle that shrinks one’s world significantly. My first attack happened on a long stretch of highway all by myself. I experienced several more before I would make it home. By the time I reached my parents’ house, I had developed an intense phobia of driving on anything other than neighborhood streets. Suddenly I was completely dependent on the very people, places, and things I wanted nothing more than to leave behind.

It took many years to regain my ability to drive long distances on my own. As did doing anything without a bottle of Xanax within reach in case of an emergency. In the two decades that followed, I learned how to find a “safe dock” to tie myself to as I moved from one phase of life to the next. Each just a slightly different version of the one I had left it for. From my parent’s house, I went to a University in a tiny college town where I barely had to drive at all. The two-hour road trip home for holidays was always accomplished with a friend.

In college, I found a predictable routine and a boyfriend who checked all the right “decent boyfriend” boxes. Decent…but emotionally unavailable and not someone who had even half of the traits I had longed for in a partner. Always settling and securely moored to him, I went wherever he wanted. From there, my life is a string of fighting to get away from, but always returning to, the same type of people, places, and situations that kept me small and insecure, but panic-attack-free and stable in the eyes of others.

Friends and lovers came and went over time, each quickly replaced with different versions of the same thing. It was as if I couldn’t help but be drawn right back into the very situations and relationships that kept that whisper in the back of my mind audible: “Am I alive?”

The Devil You know

I have always known deep down that I have to sacrifice what feels safe and comfortable in order to escape the vicious cycles I’m caught in and finally Become.

Become what? I have no idea. A better version of myself? My best self? My truest self? My happiest and most fulfilled self? Who the fuck knows? But what I am sure of is that it is fear that has kept me from truly living my life in many ways, and I have worked like hell to overcome it.

Over the past 20 years, I’ve done the hard work. I have gone to therapy and have an arsenal of tactics that help me head off panic attacks before they hit. If one should catch me off guard, I’m armed to the teeth with ways to deal with it all by myself.

I’ve driven that stretch of I-5 that marked the beginning of my battle with anxiety more than once without feeling a single flutter of panic. I’ve flown across the country and overseas countless times. I have zip lined through forests and over lakes repeatedly, and even went hang gliding over Georgia and Tennessee without the need for more than a shot of tequila to calm my nerves after.

All of these things I’ve done to prove to myself that I am capable and in control of my life, and that I can do, be, and have anything I’ve ever wanted. Yet here I am white-knuckled with the whisper of wings growing louder in my mind as I sail the twists and turns of 101 just a couple of months into my latest great escape when I’m suddenly struck by how fucking familiar everything feels. That’s when I realize, I’ve done all of this hard work but the truth is, these were simply singular situations that my anxiety and I devised to trick myself into believing that it was I who was captaining my own ship—not my fear.

The Devil that Might Be

Panic and anxiety are tricky little Bitches. They will take the devil you know over the devil that might be lurking out there any day. In fact, they hate the unknown so much that they do their best to convince you that you’ve made progress in your journey to be rid of them when you’ve gone exactly nowhere. They’ll replace your old neglectful boyfriend with a new lover who looks very different but makes you feel just as insignificant. You’ll end a toxic friendship only to find yourself hanging out with another bestie who is just as unreliable, backstabby, and quick with those cutting comments. As for jobs and social and spiritual communities—you’ll never be able to prove yourself enough to feel like you truly belong as you hop from one situation to the next. The Bitches will bring you back to the exact same place again and again.

In truth, I’m not unlike the unsatisfied housewife who finally leaves her misogynistic husband to experience life as something more than a lunchbox packer and dinner maker…only to find herself in yet another domesticated relationship preparing supper for five. And I’ve got more in common with the domestic abuse victim who returns to her abuser and the teenage girl who just can’t fucking help but hang with the mean girls—than I do with the image of the badass, free-spirited, take-no-shit and accept-no-less-than-the-best woman I long to be. After each of my anxiety-crushing adventures, I had simply returned to a life that looked the same as the versions that had existed before. Nothing gained from my experience other than a make-me-look-good story to share.

As it turns out, it’s neither panic nor anxiety that I need to overcome, it’s the root of the fear that feeds them that has to be confronted if I ever truly want to be free.

Thus, begins the thrumming of the wings.

What Lies Beneath

Since that drive along Hwy 101, I’ve spent time identifying my personal cycles and considering why I keep engaging in them. I’ve done a lot of soul searching and have had long talks with close friends. It was during one such conversation that a light went off for me. After sharing my moment of clarity with a dear friend of mine, she responded by saying, “Our traumas lead us back down the same fucking road if we’re not aware of them. Our traumas are insidious. And a lot of the time, for women traumas play out in their relationships.”

For the last 20-plus years, my battle with anxiety and panic has remained in the shallows. I’ve learned to still the water’s surface, while what lies beneath roils unnoticed. Panic and anxiety are merely symptoms of our traumas. They light fires that threaten to burn down our life, stealing our attention away from that which needs most to be dealt with. Whether they are the result of assault, abandonment, neglect, or any number of atrocities—confronting traumas is terrifying work. It wakes the butterflies and encourages the whispers. But neither will ever truly go away until that which has wounded us most deeply has been discovered, acknowledged, and made peace with.

I don’t know how the peace-making is done. I don’t know what it takes to be able to finally believe you deserve those things you want most whether it is reciprocal love, loyal friendships, or authentic communities. I’m still in the discovery and acknowledgment phases of this journey and learning to change my relationship with those familiar symptoms that want to knock me off track.

What if the pounding of those wings against my ribcage is just a reminder that my heart is still beating? And that whisper…when I awoke last night―limbs tingling and lungs gasping for air—I could have sworn I heard it say, “Now, you are living.”


Dance with the devil

For at least 10,000 years the human race has, at regular and officially sanctioned intervals, abandoned the hard diurnal grind of work and taken to the streets. Accompanied by drums and pipes, in masks and costumes, people, often hand in hand and usually in circles, sang and danced, faster and faster, until a climactic state of shared bliss was attained. Then, much invigorated, they returned to work and everyday life. This habit persisted until around the 13th and 14th centuries it was finally stamped out, in the west, by the 17th. Why this should have happened, and what the consequences have been, are the matter of Barbara Ehrenreich's witty and quizzical new book, a follow-up to her devastating study of war, Blood Rites. It is, by contrast with that dark book, essentially an affirmation of the ability of human beings to regulate themselves - if, that is, they are allowed to.

No one quite knows how those first recorded festive processions, so vividly recorded on pottery and in cave drawings, came about, though it has been plausibly surmised that they may have been designed to scare marauding animals. But this defensive activity quickly proved to have a striking side-effect: the exhilaration of the group moving and singing as one produced an experience of collective joy that was both pleasurable and therapeutic and different in kind from verbal communication. The ecstatic emotion engendered was perceived by its participants as a direct experience of god, unmediated by priests or interpreters. The revellers' gods - Dionysos, Krishna and Pau - especially attracted women and working people to them their joyful rituals were essentially demotic, and inevitably drew down on themselves the disapproval of the clerical and civic establishment.

Priests and monarchs have ever been the foes of genuine popular celebrations. Ehrenreich chronicles the early church's systematic attempts to remove the Dionysian elements from their services - dancing, singing, speaking in tongues, the tossing of freely flowing hair. Free expression was discouraged pews were installed to compel worshippers to control themselves, and their possessed brethren were duly evicted on to the streets. Dance manias erupted at various points in the 13th and 14th centuries and dance itself was deemed the devil's work. The church dissociated itself from its own former joyous demeanour, offering instead ritual, solemnity, high aesthetics. Ehrenreich traces the sudden explosion of carnivals and popular festivals in the 15th century to the suppression in the churches of the more exuberant forms of worship, and makes a very striking point: the separation of the divine connection from carnival made it a merely hedonistic exercise, essentially devoid of meaning.

Not, however, without point. It became the great creative outlet of the people. Both carnival and the Feast of Fools, in which social roles were reversed and wild behaviour briefly allowed free rein, had initially been endorsed by church and state as being useful safety valves the endorsement was soon enough rescinded, but not before the people had taken over. Great festivities were planned, dreamed of, reminisced about: costumes were made, floats built, routines rehearsed. Carnival, in Goethe's words, was "a festival that is not really given to the people, but one that the people give themselves". That sort of autonomy was intolerable. The church moved decisively, confining festivities to Sundays, whereupon, "in a classic catch-22", as Ehrenreich says, it prohibited all recreations and sports on the Sabbath.

Capitalism and its handmaiden, Puritanism, were on the rise. Max Weber famously analysed the need of the former for a strong, disciplined workforce to this Ehrenreich strikingly adds the adoption of guns by the military as a further constraint on the proletarian population (from which the armed forces were of course drawn). To make effective use of their new weapons they needed to be relentlessly drilled. The traditional compensations of military and naval life - alcohol, women, carousing, brawling - were now proscribed, not only in Europe but also in China and, somewhat later, under the Wahhabist influence, in the Arab world. Meanwhile, in the west, the sense of society as a single body was decaying with the rise of that new entity, the self, and its attendant anxieties about the opinions of others and fears of loss of individual identity.

Melancholy, or more baldly, depression, Ehrenreich notes, grew fourfold, at least partly as the result of the abandonment of collective festivities with their "mind-preserving, life-saving techniques of ecstasy". Christian missionaries wrought havoc among conquered peoples by depriving them of long-established customs that effectively maintained psychic and social balance within the group tribal song and dance were ruthlessly repressed. The very phrase used by the South African Namaqua tribe for "one who converts to Christianity" was "one who has given up dancing".

In the west in the 19th and early 20th centuries, festivities had been replaced by spectacles, whether concerts at which the audience sat mute and motionless, or huge organised events such as the rallies of Hitler and Mussolini at which the spectators, scarcely less well-drilled than the marching soldiers they beheld, were reduced to utter passivity. Later in the century, football and, especially, in Ehrenreich's view, rock, represented the revolt of the audience, a reclamation of creative participation and life-enhancing abandonment to rhythm and flow. But, she somewhat gloomily reports, crafty old capitalism has reclaimed both of these, leaving only the illusion of ecstatic release.

Neither Ehrenreich's tone nor her method is academic. She covers her vast terrain comprehensively yet incisively, casting her net sometimes perhaps a little too wide but often landing delicious detail at the same time as more strictly germane matter. (She reports, for example, the hilarious attempts of the American Life Application Study Bible to subvert Christ's manifest socialism: "This way of living is different from communism because 1) the sharing was voluntary 2) it didn't involve all private property 3) it was not a membership requirement in order to be a part of the church.") Her lightness of touch is commendable, because the story she has to tell is in many ways a dismaying one. Dancing in the Streets suggests that with the disappearance of carnival we have lost a crucial part of the human experience, though she is understandably unable to propose what form the healing collective joy she so vividly describes might take in our 21st century dystopia.

· Simon Callow's Orson Welles: Hello Americans is published by Jonathan Cape


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Episode #214 - Utah&rsquos Bonnie & Clyde

When young bride-to-be Angela Hill reconnects with her childhood friend Logan McFarland, the result is a devastating rampage that ends the lives of two Salt Lake City residents.

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Another Shot #137 - John&rsquos Viral TikTok

John and Daryn discuss the recent state sanctioned death of Lisa Montgomery, John’s viral tiktok, and the upcoming WandaVision Marvel series.

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Episode #213 - The LOL Murders

When Air Force Sgt. Nathan Paet collapses, dead, outside his home, investigators become suspicious of Nathan's wife Michelle when her infidelity makes it clear the marriage was in trouble.

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Another Shot #136 - New Year, Same Old Matt

John and Daryn recap their Christmas and New Years celebrations, talk about the coolest presents they received, and deep-dive into their favorite Bath and Body Works flavors.

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Episode #212 - Flashback: 19 Nine Day

John and Daryn flashback to Episode #119 - Yahweh ben Yahweh and The Death Angels to revisit a favorite old episode, and relive John's most iconic tipsy flub, "Nineteen NineDAY".

Episode #119 Description - John and Daryn discuss the case of the cult of Yahweh ben Yahweh, whose members started out doing positive works for their Miami community, until their leader started demanding more gruesome acts from his followers.

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Another Shot #135 - Reflecting on 20-Twen-TAY

John and Daryn recap the things they learned and their own personal highlights of 2020.

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Episode #211 - Flashback: TershBern

John and Daryn flashback to Episode #73 - Almost Murder for Hire to revisit a favorite old episode, and relive the naming of Daryn and Matt's reindeer baby, TershBern.

Episode #73 description: John and Daryn discuss the case of Dalia Dippolito, who would do just about anything to get rid of her husband and inherit his fortune. and wasn't very smart about it.

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Another Shot #134 - Snow Shovel Strokes

John and Daryn chat about recent winter activities, the Great Conjunction of 2020, and the Christmas gifts they're hoping for this year!

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Episode #210 - Murdered At Sea

When Thomas and Jackie Hawks are reported missing, investigators suspect the people who would stand to benefit most from their murder - the down-on-their-luck couple who have been attempting to purchase the Hawks' houseboat.

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Another Shot #133 - William Eyelash

John and Daryn talk about Dionne Warwick’s recent tweets, some exciting Marvel news, and their unexpected nostalgia for christmas activities in NYC.

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Episode #209 - Killed In Peekskill

When mild-mannered cab driver Terry Camper is found murdered, authorities first assume a robbery gone wrong, until they begin to suspect the killer may be someone Terry knew personally.

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Another Shot #132 - Holidays With Aliens

John and Daryn go over ‘John’s Favorite Things’ of 2020, the recent alien contract news, and answer some listener questions.

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Episode #208 - Murdered and Missing Mementos

John and Daryn discuss the case of Derrick Todd Lee, known as Baton Rouge Serial Killer, who murdered seven Louisiana women over the course of eleven years.

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Another Shot #131 - Daryn&rsquos Is Bigger Than John&rsquos

John and Daryn chat about Daryn’s recent appearance on Good Morning America, their 2020 top music playlists, and celebrate some recent celebrities coming out.

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Episode #207 - Butcher Baker Robert Hansen

John and Daryn continue their virtual tour in Alaska, where they discuss the case of "Butcher Baker" Robert Hansen, who raped and murdered at least 17 women.

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