Welcome to the 40th episode of Wild Society!John Douglas White appeared to be a pastor who had been saved from his past. But when his necrophilia fantasies got the best of him, he murdered 24 year old Rebekah Jane Gay on Halloween morning in 2012. However, this wasn’t the first time White had killed…Growing up in a devout Catholic family in 1960s Germany, Anneliese Michel was pretty, vibrant and caring. Attending mass twice a week, her religious practices became more extreme as she grew older, and were heavily influenced by her mother. All of this changed however, when at 16 she suffered convulsions that led to a diagnosis of temporal lobe epilepsy. What transpired from this baffled doctors and psychologists, and led to the worst case of exorcism ever recorded.Check out our merch hereSee all of our episodes hereSend us case ideas, or personal stories hereJohn Douglas White Sources:USA TodayCBS NewsCBS DetroitThe News HeraldMurderpediaInvestigation DiscoveryAnneliese Michel Sources:The Washington PostAll That’s InterestingBuzzFeed UnsolvedChasing the FrogAudio from Anneliese Michel Exorcism
Halloween killer time. This piece of poop was into necrophilia and somehow escaped the justice that should’ve come down on him for years. Oh and he was a church leader. Good times. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/murderpie/support
Metaphorosis magazine - beautifully written science fiction and fantasy
After the world around him is irreparably altered, a curious canine journeys to the far reaches of the universe to care for his human companions. Narrated by the author. Published in Metaphorosis on 02 October 2020. Find the original at magazine.metaphorosis.com.
Ep. #227: London sculptor Douglas White on harvesting roadside rubber
The Conversation Art Podcast
London-based sculptor Douglas White talks about: the harvesting of blown-out tires on the side of the road in Belize, which were collected and turned into his rubber palm tree sculpture, “Black Palm;” how the logistics of collecting and shipping flora and objects, and interacting with people along the way, is an intrinsic part of his work; how encountering a dead bat in Australia eventually led to a piece using dried banana peels; and what it’s been like getting to revisit Black Palm at Donum Estate two years after initial installation.
Digital to Foot Traffic - Online Marketing Guide for Retail Stores
Douglas White is a digital marketing strategist, particularly in social media marketing. He has over 25 years of experience and has lived and worked in 23 different countries. He is a University lecturer, experienced speaker, trainer, and most importantly, a social media marketing expert. This episode talks about digital marketing strategies using one of the biggest online platforms that people use - and that is social media. Doug explains how social media, especially Facebook, helps businesses collect customer data and increase conversions. He talks about the new Facebook developments, the B2B and B2C marketing, and the social media tools that would help drive customers to your retail stores. Listen to DTFT 7 on iTunes here or subscribe on your favorite podcast app. DTFT 7 Show Notes: Links: LinkedIn Email address - firstname.lastname@example.org Time Stamps: 01:47 – The journey to Hong Kong 06:36 – How he got into Digital Marketing 09:50 – Advantages of Social Media Marketing 11:17 – Facebook vs. Google 13:09 – Customer segmentation 18:16 – Facebook on customer segmentation 19:34 – Facebook’s developments over the years 20:24 – Lookalike audience on Facebook 25:03 – B2B vs. B2C Marketing 28:34 – Recommendations for Retail Store owners If you enjoyed this episode, do us a favor and share it! Also if you haven’t’ already, please take a minute to leave us a 5-star review on iTunes.
Crime and Science Radio with special guest Douglas White
SHOW TITLE: Vintage Computer Games, Missing Aircraft, and an Amazing Forensic Resource: An Interview with Douglas White of the National Institute of Science and Technology's National Software Reference Library (NSRL)Douglas White leads the National Software Reference Library project for the National Institute of Standards and Technology. He has 25 years of experience with distributed systems, distributed databases and telecommunication protocols, real time biomonitoring, real time video processing, system administration and network monitoring. He holds both a B.A and M.S. in computer science from Hood College. He has given lectures for the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, the High Technology Crime Investigation Association, the Digital Forensic Research Workshopand other digital forensic conferences.