Russ was a member of an infamous karate cult in the 90’s. The leader John C. Kim was believed to have supernatural abilities including; the ability to heal, super speed and the ability to digest pine sol. Listen as Russ talks about his time working up the ranks under the tutelage of a small, track suit wearing, perm rocking Asian legend.
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Kathleen Bangs has a long and impressive career in the field of aerospace. She's flown everything from commercial airliners to floatplanes. She's also an expert on airplane crashes and a fox news correspondent.
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Warning this episode is graphic and not for those with a weak stomach. It was our honor to sit down and talk with John Kriesel. John lost both his legs and nearly his life overseas protecting the country. Hear his story in this week's episode.
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This episode strays from our normal format. One punch deaths are something everyone hears about, but rarely do you actually meet the guy who threw the tragic punch. Jeets was a 21 year old kid from the burbs whose preteen years were spent in foster care bouncing from school to school. Often the new black kid at white schools, he learned how to defend himself early on. Far from a thug, he was well liked by teachers, parents, and his peers. None of that mattered much when he was challenged to a fight at a summer festival. His victim was a larger man who threw the first punch. Our guest ducked it and countered with an uppercut that would land him in a maximum security prison for 8 years, and many lives forever shattered.
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Episode 50! Thank you everyone for sticking with us along this journey. We couldn't have accomplished any of this without you and we are excited to continue to grow the show moving forward.
This week's episode features a hospice nurse, Patty. She has experienced more death than just about anyone. She cares for and builds relationships with patients just to have them die. The emotional rollercoaster she is on would take it's toll on anyone. Don't worry it's not all sad. We talk about breaking corpses bones, stabbing dead bodies and playing practical jokes in the hospital as well.
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This week's episode features Morgan, an eye removal technician. She harvests corneas from dead bodies so they can be donated to people in need. This episode brings us back to cringe worthy gore. She goes into great detail about her experiences cutting out corneas.
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