In this episode, Georgia and Karen discuss the Cameron Todd Willingham arson case, the Oakland County child killings and comedian/We Watch Wrestling podcast co-host Tom Sibley shares his hometown upholstery murder story.
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how do we? start talking about murder. Now, here another day was pretty good you get. Moreover, I didn't I lived through today having resolved and get murdered, see, that's all we want yeah, that's all anyone want helping people knock at murdered over people did get today there are a lot of people. Here are ip those people. Yeah we're sorry, your time ended, it'll, start again soon enough, for that is not over yet either so right. I have the right to my car, enlightened, Dorias locks, because of course it is Home invasion, robbery, big, fair mine, is a really
the around here. That's it that's a reasonable fear. Yeah makes up from when you have close by yeah. That's a great thing: do you know your across the whole neighbour gather nice? They like me great, but on the other an amicable nights ago. I was thinking about how some look a bit And here I am thinking about how they could par core of the law and in valkyries adhere park or you're afraid to get murdered by Spiderman. Mia would be well you're, the one personally murders and that, if the envy of burma- and this is my favorite murder on Georgia, I'm Karen! Let's start with a new piece of news based on merit free stuff. Ok, so you know how carrying out. One of the many ways that you can collect and present evidence is matching here, follicles from the scene, to the person of the murderer whenever yet turns out, it's a completely bunk
science, no yes and the Justice Department is acknowledged, in the early. Every examiner, evidently FBI forensic unit gave flawed testimony all trials in which they offered evidence against criminal dependence over more than two decades period? No. Ninety five percent of the two hundred sixty eight trails viewed so far says that they, stated forensic match a whole Lee. No, this is human Ghana, because I've seen shows where they do this and I my great legit, that's crazy. Every like every friends of files that I've seen error, math right and their like pulling up those like the microscopic thing. Yes, lids and you see the riches and you see the color. It turns out in one of the cases brought to not be dog hair that day, Oh, isn't human hair and convicted. Do now that in the the guy it's the Atlanta child killings, the got that guy
the only had him on carpet fibres fully share which ones heat. That's the one where there is of tons of little kids in Atlanta Little Black, we're getting murdered and they had this guy and he is super suspicious because he was like. Do you wanna be a star posters all around the neighbourhood and data recording studio, which is like a textbook lake personnel, egg, entrapment stuff or also a way to get a star a youngster arise, but These kids were like getting dumped, they were getting murdered and then thrown in the river. So like an and then one night, it was connected because one night someone was near, The bridge were a kid, was rolled up in carbon and dumped over long and then his car was spotted like somewhere near by and they they truck. They got him on it. But it was all about matching the carpet kid. Was
then she carpet somewhere. In the home or in the car, but the same here he lay there was a big piece. A carpet couldn't yeah, I think so I mean now as do better. Yes, but the idea that were because such a believable piece of evidence. Will you know one another one is that might be. Father is one of my favorite ways to collect evidence. Besides handwriting analysis is blood spatter evidence that, they might totally debunk that do you really think I feel like it yeah? I guess it doesn't how do you scientifically prove those things? True is for every single time which, worse, puts me in mind of the staircase, where I all that blood spatter- and I mean that was a big part. That documentary was all that, but but are they saying that the science of how it lands in all.
A kind of stuff, isn't real yeah, I mean yeah, there's it this. We can call it scientific evidence, because it's not science, it's kind of like conjecture. It's like yeah, attic, but so are. When do they get to the part where they throw out owls? Because You can use these things to get someone to confess thing great, but using it completes the only thing to convict someone, that's yeah, we'll, but also I think it's a fascinating, like the Memphis West metals. Three, where You can get stupid people to confess very easily, but strong and peep and though those tactics, the other thing they need to reform is like keeping people.
In a room for twelve hours, with no food and water and asking them the same question over and over and eventually having them just kind of go insane and want to be out of their leave the conversation yeah you convince them, though they did it or not. I think I'm gonna get out of there. Sometimes it's like maybe african, didn't later yeah. They tell you all these possibilities, crazy. It is super crate, and whenever it there's some fucking crazy, astute and there's a missing blonde kid, and they find a long one here in his trunk wilder Why was that one one hear me in there because he's a wig maker, because his mother has long land air, because this year I mean those exact the kind of thing where you it's late then being creepy as illegal yeah. That's the problem is that that is that thing like you, can't wear black shirt, depending on which The country live right, sir, Things aren't allowed cost that ties in my favorite murder today,
Does it really I'm an area? Let's do you sell each other? Are statement? Murder? Ok, we you dont, want to use that natural subway to go into your like you, and I would be talking too much you have to but you know little apply Gallagher, I admit, but all online there into my own. Ok, as the subway in mind, is that the ear he act, this person had like lead that plan and like death, metal, ban posters on the wall, so they were like his, but I think it is really I'm only ninety easier, so this my favorite murder is a man was Tryin convicted and put to death for this martyr, oh shit, I might probably isn't a murder in the first place, what oh, my God, Have I not heard of this that I would that's it. I would love his name is Cameron, Todd Willingham in
early nineties. He busted out of his house that was engulfed in flames and his three little daughters, guided I heard of the sun. Now it's like a big it's a big case about like the innocent, proper innocence project in and an debunking the Arsenal, arson investor, testimony that ended up being just completely boss. oh no yeah, so dead children? high stakes. We start out high stakes on this year. He was fuckin budget that for this ok tax, Yes, dumb ass, so yeah he and they think that what how it really started so that the arsenal of so that they found puddles, where accelerant would have been an like the ten, the the outline of wearing accelerant had been, you know, distributed around the apartment cause or the house because burns don't happen this way, and this is what fires do and hears you know we ve been studying this for years and years, but that we are.
go back draft rightly exactly so. It turns out that the duchess bullshit and the neighbours and the firefighters, not people who initially got there said that he seemed so insanely destroyed was trying to get back into the house that it couldn't goes on fire and then they later change their testimony Bethia, he was too upset. I think it was fake. I even think that at all he moved his car and then he takes it. He moved as he said, he moved his scars, open, explode and add to the fire in the cotton fire rent What movies does either I mean? Maybe that was so sorry. Would he be guilty of wanting? Is there, a dead just like it was his wife. His wife is gone at the time and he said he was sleeping and hurt his daughter say daddy and he and it was already smoke.
Have you smoke. So he left the house with the children s trot yeah. He said he tried to get to them, but the fire had originated in their bedroom, the Children- yes, he couldn't get to them. And he tried to go back any heartbreaking knows. I was like of one mind when you started a story that just turn me hard one hears what they say probably happened. my kind of consumers and believe that their they used space heaters? like those things, are deadly yeah, all junkie, space eaters, let literally fire. The daughter like to lay near it and fuck with it and her fuckin blankly protocol on, and her cheap Kmart polyester pajama. Yes, yes, wait! This was the nineties yes magazine,
when I was growing up, those pajamas were covered in stuff that caught on fire. It was a bit, maybe it's America, it's like anyone. That's my age is, is a total kind of just a walkie Maria that we ve got to this point. No seatbelts know you left home alone. All the time you imagine having a kitten watching them. Fuckin run, fulfil our Belinda, but well here's the thing it's that thing like it's the moralistic thing of oh no man, It goes back to that. The thing that have the certainly talked about, would like no man would let his white get raped in front of her more and over. It makes me want to say that of like no man, leave a house where his three children are burning right, but the instant to get out to live in the heat the amount of he I mean think of like the last time you could something like Japan was hot. You guess the panacea that
but the walls would have been like in my house is on fire. I mean reading these account. It sounds like it was, it was already up in smoke and he came out got her breath and tried to go back and budget. It was walls, lots. Then, what's the poster like the metal, posters and stuff, what is there was like an iron maiden poster that had a skull and cross phones on, like he said TAT, I can he's a sociopath and here's the proof, because he has a leg like a sword and a heart tat you on his arm, so he is in those culture, culture them and say, does that mean that small, that small town shit yet in the nineties and now that would be anyone if you enter intelligentsia right now to go so this whole place leaned over sameness, public I have a feeling, there's places in this country where you can still get that's evidence towards you being a martyr so yeah for sure
I do not know their bigger and also think of how creepy it would be if you were the fire investigator and you were walking through a burnt house, and you see, but because that those people there just p bull and though just civil servant so like they go in and see dead children in a room there first, responders, that's a huge emotional reaction. They look up and see a Pentagon poster or whatever the young as and they're, not thinking let's not be reactionary or whatever their just human beings going. This whole thing looks like living hell or look at this picture grandma. Let's look for a clear, excellent traces and got and find them. If you look or eat out a camera member, how they explained away the science, maybe that out dated saying something where that I was like but there was examined in the door. Fine yeah, like lighter fluid, and when this
riders came there? Was a barbecue grow on the porch? Maybe that's it got blasted. Often that's how the lighter fluid got there, which sounds like all the fishing but must happen it all when we also, it doesn't sound like they. They didn't. It wasn't like they're running take ship over there. I read it doesn't sound like it. If you have shields old hey cedars, yeah, the probably the rest of your house is like a lotta random paper towels in bad place. Right I mean. Oh, there was a refrigerator by blocking the second door in the kitchen and others but my get used to talk all the time is my does. It was around just go firemen and he would talk constantly about how stupid people were about stuff like a Christmas when there they would not water. There tree cover lights, leave the legs on our land and peep and then an things next, you old curtains or like that. People don't even realize or like I'll just at the time right now to tell everybody clean out the lint trap.
In your drier every time you do a load of dry every time you dry alone, because that's the number one way: people's houses catch on fire. While you don't you pull off like that, big crazy, whether because it so much fun, it's like right and it's like a big bang, but that's how people's houses catch on our part not batteries view leave like, battery out and near another one they can spark somehow together on fire, is the truth of billions of euros both most like crazy way. Yeah. I worry of its hyena. Will in some people, don't at all. That's why shit like that happens there just like you, will see what happens, but that's fucked up three little because each new either way the beginning. His wife was like he's absolutely Emerson on his side later. She divorced him and kind of went back and forth between if he was innocent are guilty in the end when he was but the doubt she thought he was guilty. But she won't behave on several times yeah. How could you
it also. It's not. You didn't lose one child, you lost all of your children and now there is theirs color backlash because there was a there was a prison, inform him that he shares our I'm, whose now who who testified that this, the Sarah Camera Unwilling guy confess to the murders. But now it's coming that he actually had been like paid with money and less jail time to testify yet- and Yeah jailhouse tests, it's also in How do you ever go? No! This guy's really telling the dry this time this on yes, trustworthy! This is it. Is it perfectly fine our investigation and what we need here right now and now we have the aviation. I have our time. One like in this article that I was reading, it saw in the New Yorker called trial by fire
they were saying that, like his parole officer had said how nice and soon he was- which I can never sociopath are the nicest most charming. You'll ever me. I now believe any I don't give a shit about nice. Nice does not qualify for anything with me because it's the easiest way to be right. Nice is not a big deal, challenge charming and prevent my charming people. Yeah. Well, they want something right I mean everybody does but like if you're gonna be agreeing to put the energy behind being charming than there's something going on. Is an agenda at play us if you feel like you need a please every single person that you mean when you got a fucking emotional mental issue, yeah there's some governor. I mean truly at the end of their giving an asshole, and I don't mean that the weight limit, the thing and one thing about it, yeah, but you know I just stand by factors, thereby desert. Now of just like people who are self possessed
do not care what other people think or need them needs populate. What other people think that's what it is like, I'm gonna make you think this certain thing about me. That's were that's the problem. A thing, but my ears me so much that I just don't never believe anyone and talent. I know them well enough, but I think that's the healthiest way because I remember, being my twenties and getting tricked by plenty of people who I'm sure or sociopaths or deep nurses said Anne, you kind of Eventually, you learn You know you just are picking up on those signs and that's a good thing. That's what we're supposed to do Recession, let's like lets you half martyr, have half psychological analysis of how be in its all. Twined, isn't it to tell everyone is. I mean who also taking a harem right
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My favorite Merv this week is one that so I've been so excited talk about because I this was one of those ones where I went deep, Wikipedia one night alone and had no. It was too late at night and often there are not very many friends. I have that. I can be like guess what guess guess what about these children that Burma, Eight? Seventy Asia? Not until I met you, yeah money, only people their own tax back. Are you what's really going so there were these murder for kids were murdered in Oakland County mission, and in the late seventies, and they this poor case was called the open county, child killings and announced back an awesome right so They found a twelve year old boy, kidnapped and raped and smothered, and that was the
one and then liked a week later at these I didn't write down. I didn't do more, super accurate. How Martha s heart coming after facts are thrown back and play the, and also I it's all off Wikipedia, so you can get. I M really really enjoy it for yourself. First him, but essentially all twelve year old children, and so it goes a boy. a girl. A twelve year old girl was found kidnapped, ray RE bathed said and then shot point blank and left in this. Now? How is the first kid killed? you re a smothered smother, so those are the same murderer, probably well, Data they don't, they probably didn't connect them, then look I but then the third key who was an eleven year old boy who was kidnapped, and so he was gone for like he disappeared.
and so on, say the seventh day or whatever they went on. Then the parents went on the news and said: please, you know bring him home, so we can give him his favorite dinner Kentucky Fried Chicken, and you know that that they may do to personalize and next day. They found his body count. How many have Kentucky overtook them as well. rape smothered with Kentucky Fried Chicken laughed in his belly. Now exactly what you didn't wanna hear mine and he was also washed. The girl was his nails, were trim his clothes Spotless they were washed and pressed, and his body was still warm when they found so that's when they knew something super terrible was happening. And then the last girl, what eleven and she was she disappeared. Now and then she was found murdered a so
girls were not sexually interfered worthy and the boys were raped yeah. So that was just. That was like a big thing that happen and they called the so after they got all the information they called him. The baby sitter killer witches it's fucked up and almost sweet to him, because the way you treated because he'd the way he well because the way he left them ass, which kind of implies the way he treated them, was nice. Except for we all know, that's not true and imagine, because He kept them for a while, which is a lot the nightmare heart alive, a lie so yeah, so that horrifying. So I feel I put when you're alive there, some chance of escape, like there's some hope left. yes! Well, while it still happening for sure, but then it that thing of lake it it's the edge
goes to the total insanity in and I don't know the private. I wish I knew the difference, yes to probably for sure, but like when you really psychotic or whatever, where your keeping the thing you're going to murder. Let you know this is all the plan and so your keeping a child like up. Or whatever it's just beyond, but when they started looking at the suspects that were around Oakland County, one the people, MRS. This is where I went down the home one of people that was a suspect, was twenty four year old Rich, can and his name shit. I'm not gonna find it Christopher Bush, so his father was lake there, the GM or the vice president of one
huge motor companies waited might have been GM and his father was the vice president, GM or wonders once hugely rich he was always in this big mentioned by himself. His parents were always liked. Working or on vacation wherever, and there was a cop since dream of young boys coming out of the house because he was a child monster, he was paying kids to come over and whatever, and so he got arrested for sexual assault and child molestation. Several times like he was unknown. Pedophile those people stay because he was rich so his aid, they always bought him out of jail and cleared him and whatever and try to do Stephanie. So they went and found him and started looking through his room and looking through all his staff, and they thought that they found a picture of what the boys. I think this was to be ten third one score
like a drawing of him with his hoodie on, because I think they said he was found in a hoodie or something so it picture of him with the hoodie. Looking like you in total terror but they don't know for sure that that's who the face was, but that's what he looked like, and so it was like it was this, from central over there never was such a small go on yeah and they are trying to put all that together. But apparently is room was really messy and filled with all kinds of creepy stuff, and then one of the things that they connected big apparently so that kid Christopher Bush of They confiscated rules film in his room, and it was keep her eyes and they find out- and this is the thing that stuff like this is makes me so fascinated it peaks, my interest in it probably the writer and me words like this- is such a good story separate from tragedy or whenever they figure out there,
an island. So I guess there's like an island chained up way, north and the peninsula area of Michigan and one of them is called North Fox Island ended. It was empty, they thought and they find out that there is christian Boys Camp, a there's, a camp, Saint somebody's, for wayward boys on North Fox Island. The only way to get on or off the island is by plane is one ersatz down the centre, that when they go to investigate the this island, ah they find out that they had set up this fake boys camp to get boys alike. Poor children who would sign up place like that. It was like this free thing like come and we are all being used and Kitty Party was a sickening harm. It was a kiddie porn racism when they showed up that's what was happening and
nightmare. I mean like that's like that's like a Friday, the thirteenth Freddy Krueger Nightmare Movie rank there every which parliament you upset about the idea that these boys it would be there thinking vague to go to carry on and what, that turns into and the nightmare that it would be on the island and also then, when they go back as someone outside sounded out there like why, when they say anything- and I was like I bet you- these were the kids, there are probably getting kids out of juvy or in situations where they dont have their faster kids are like the most under represented in the already wayward anomalies, is also exactly travel right or their paid. I bet because it turns out the guide. The island. Is this multi millionaire now that and when they busted they find out what whatever they realize, This camp is there no church affiliation theirs.
Affiliation it's just these. It's a pedophile ring that had are also been operating in, like the really bad part of Detroit that Well, now we're like kids on the street. They would get kids pay them and get them into that ring and and the pay them to have sex at them, and it was just this whole huge ugly thing. Long exploitation of poor children my shot so that that's exposed in the in me baby civil killer investigation, which is amazing, and then they they just. I just read article that they found a man, so they had all these people that they suspect and they Found a man named TAT, Lambert Jean who they they got kitty on those kiddie porn charges where he was definitely involved in that that there is the risk that they busted in the bad part of Detroit OWN,
He was at the somehow definitely linked or whatever it was, and then and this was a thing or a prisoner. A detective from that right was out in California interviewing someone about something else, and then the prisoner was like oh you're, babysitter killer is all he and says it's TED Lambert Jean. I knew him from this pedophile ring we, I'll go and paid for kids in Detroit essentially, and this I told me he basically and into to a picture and said does not look like TIM, whoever, the third little boy and so that that detective went back and went and they started casing this guy. Who is now seventy? only leaves it house to go to church and data done like living like this silent old man. That no one knows anything about They go into his house and they find all this evidence and he will not admit that he was the it Keller, but he first of all the evidence by all the
its points to that end. He and they have him on all the pedophile charters and all the ring, charges now that as he, one of this happened wondering about two thousand five yeah. So and they o o Christopher Bush. The rich kid killed himself in nineteen. Seventy eight to the kind of like soon it was him because there was all that weird evidence and stuff so them Ted Lambert Jean thing they let chronic came out of the blue. Are we ok with Christopher Bush killing and was off because he was a charm lost, or do we not think that were allowed to make them a I mean, we have a kind of do anything we want coming what that guy. If these people can pay children to rape, then we can make judgment calls on these motherfuckers like I never want to say. I'm glad summons dead, but it's probably for the best that this person was harassed so much by the cops it he called them.
well, yes, because and also that you he killed them. Sulphur lots of other raise like in in so far as that. Here, lived a life where this terrible thing that he a compulsory couldn't control was basically being ok. his rich parents who didn't give enough of a shit about him to take any real action so is trapped in this weird world of money anyway, that's, also really fascinating to of lake you. That's a person gets to do whatever they want because of money same as those people of the North Fox Island, yeahs like what did that that I get those people all disappeared, the guy that only Island the escaped to Europe Polish like have Lou left the island flew away, and they Giovanni didn't find him are extradite em, honey. I loved. It was this island that no one thought you just take it over who's, gonna, fucking, now right angles: an entire camp. There, a fake church, counter.
Yet I mean to me it like pedophiles and kiddie porn. That kind of shit is, the darkness. He I legs They'll kill us just kill random people, obviously not good idea, but that car stuff You know what is wrong with the person where that's there, I'm just doing the wrong thing, but they are there. They are doing. The right thing entered and specifically to helpless people who can't make, They need decisions about where you know you know. Can it all you don't think you do as an adult when you're kidding understand what's happening to you yeah, it's, it's super ugly, It's like that x, its exploitation is the dark. The darkest Yassin me it's like the closest thing to Rio monsters. Those people are real monster kind of a bummer there too.
so there were passing a seven year old and that's how well they they got him on the other charges, but they can't get him. They don't have enough hardy on those murders that their positive they they lie? cause. He also the murder stopped when he moved Cleveland and when he moved it when he started going to church every day, and they think that the priest, their nose like they think He confessed priest in pieces and saying at TAT date, there's all kinds of things like that that are good cleared. It was like the days he wasn't at work because the children disappeared. All This does not always interesting to me or like finding out that someone had someone clock in for them Nor are they have an alibi and turns out its total bullshit and here's. How they now and yet so fascinating the detective work I pay so yeah and also those poor detectives lake, the way your life gets affected by having to go and investigate these,
I mean nothing, justifies the crazy, murdering, that's happening on the street of most black people. today in America will never see. I never ever mean anything is justified in that way. What I mean is it when you like, as a detective when you have to visit time and again people who our deprave. So it's not just crime or lay I'm desperate and on drugs and yeah. I'm a fight with my wife and color yeah. It's the depravity, like? A child rapist murderer. They face to face with the actual evil thing, you and I probably never wellness researchers out, but these detect another word, but these people have to then dealt as deep as they can into it and all the facts. And not killed them so that they can be brought to justice and hasn't some jailhouse justice and just get killed terribly in rail, but that's the ideal, but then
He then getting even arrested is small in our Campi, a huge percentages of them, so the even getting some and arrest it has to be hard. So imagine when hiring after never having solve this case. No, it's terrible now and then and it ruins people's lives to go, investigate this stuff and to discover this like it see me underside, and I only I I served it Wikipedia and was just I'm mesmer. Eyes by how horrifying watching cynicism of Argo, oh yes, this is related. That's not like an like anyways tell him that bad about not now then others, the carbon that is went to WAR and is now seeing all this insane stuff at home? Yes and the what it meant the toll it must take on? You should have gone to war and seen shit that you would never tell anyone about and then come home into that too yes, which? How is how it happens a lot of the time
I just started thinking about the fact that this, with the whole France bombing people talking about going to war again where I was like how many we We have that many more men left that this she ravage who does think they're gonna send to war right who's, gonna who's, gonna get the people who are going to yeah. It's our list are have already unlisted right. Ends and yeah, and then how do you I mean there are planned. People who come home and make life but they're, probably people it didn't, have super terrible. things happen to them, but they It's so bad. I know there's plenty of people or just it's still a horrific experience here, I love that tv show so much it's so right now. This season is fucking. Outcome it's so cinematic gorgeous easy, and I love that native American he's at all. He said
very soon done stuff is. I will just watch the whole thing a per day, yes she's so funny and well, and also that it finally came together of her and all those magazines which I never paid attention to before. The stacks of machines everywhere index that she wants to escape is out it's for your leg. she finally sat down at TED Writer and they start at least spoiler, referring as issues like buyers. Why have this obsession is because I'm not supposed to fucking beer, yeah, yeah yeah and then that That's his childhood home, yes, that they live in and help bucket depressing that slit your whole life in the same Yes and there's some people that are happy with that, and I want it yes and then, if there's some people who just dream of going to California. I now Hungary is so much easier than it is now too, like breakaway can do that. Secondly, as you can get traced, you could go unchanged or fucking identity. You're, probably you got there
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therefore definitely ending up now. I think we all should be. I have Tom Symbolism That story. Oh yes, that's a greatly so yeah explain your time, so I think we this in our last episode, but we want to hear other the stories of like me, tat. They grew up with her things that happen in their home town or the one like me Your story, you tell of right from your hometown or the thing that you now and so this was we were all at our friend Map, Mccarthy's birthday Party and Georgia was smart enough to ask our friend, I am simply his a comic any love of rustling as carefully as is then sent back from the Faro Audio Pike ass. We watch rustling. Yours said this this. His home town, murders.
Aid is sound. Simply. My murders story is where my parents live, how might say where they live with an island, no New Jersey, and there was a guy that everyone use for their upholstery may really good couch cushions browser furniture like outdoor cushions. Everyone has his stuff. He killed his mother s even with his mother. Any Childer. Any captor like in the movies for months have no one knew where his mother was and etc etc. Later I came out that he had killed her and with this kind of keeping her body in the house I'm not sure I think it may have been strangulation and love and because we all everyone persons of his guy, he was the
You guys are cursor my. I was just sitting on those questions like a week, but it was the cushions of another murder the cushions after they found out. There were like, while their good cushions when I listen back earlier, I I, is that when he said like he was there was this. And there was this guy. murdered his mother, and you could hear me in the background, Frank, ha I be like giving glee at the story. Yes, that's fucking
those people who are not you'd be what the laughing and killing of my, because you know what it is. It's like this is the shit people walk around all day, going like what you watching tv last night in the queue believe this, whether it still so warm, but at the end of the day people are murder, ring he pull and doing extreme insane things us away. the second and you said, made couch cushions. I started laughing because it for some reason, and maybe it's because the hillside stragglers the war of them was a upholsterer early. I think so. I think That's why, where it came from I'm not sure their upholstery has something to do with it. But some about that is so sinister to me. It's like like those tools that are very like violence in an upholstery, and I thought it was yeah. That's that's a really good one, I love that everyone housewives stories and like no one ever asks them these stories yet will never tell them rate,
Everyone has one of these story ass in it and it just gets its like the thing that freak do you out. There's always something freaky see India and other things? Is there anything you everything I don't know sake be nice. If you go people I get murdered. People, you don't really know, and you see in the grocery store line that suck for them. And also just yourself like, be excited that you're, not murder. enjoy yourself. Do what you want. Don't do what like your ears? months telling you you have to do cause, there's no have to work as you. Never never could have you never. Now. This is really are you when it comes out of this is a positive part, can gather or trying to lift people out there and make their vessels and cinders you lift he loved each other up by pushing down the murdered it as if to say
it's a celebration of life yeah. Well, I'm to live a life and death
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