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Stone Cold Sober Podcast features Sandy and Reza sitting down to discuss what it's like to be growing up in today's society and culture. Sandy and Reza bring two different sets of views and experiences to the Stone Cold Sober Podcast; Sandy is a single 28 year old in the tech industry living in the big city, while Reza is a happily married PhD student in bioinformatics. Together, they discuss life events they're going through, funny and emotional stories they have, and their feelings about t ...
 
Thomas Alan Waits (Pomona, California, 7 de diciembre de 1949), más conocido como Tom Waits, es un músico, cantante, compositor y actorestadounidense, famoso por sus canciones de tono áspero, inspiradas en escritores como Charles Bukowski y algunos de la generación beat, en especial Jack Kerouac. Waits tiene una voz distintiva, descrita por el crítico musical Daniel Durchholz como «si hubiese sido sumergida en un depósito de bourbon, ahumada durante unos meses, y luego llevada afuera y aplas ...
 
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May 10, 1941. Carolina Beach, North Carolina. 36-year old Leila Bryan and her three-year old daughter, Mary Rachel Bryan, leave their home in the family car in order to drive to a nearby store, but never return. After they are reported missing, an extensive search fails to turn up any trace of them or their car, but Leila’s family suspects that her…
 
March 18, 2000. Whatcom County, Washington. A damaged Jeep belonging to 23-year old Leah Roberts is found at the bottom of an embankment next to a remote highway. Nine days earlier, Leah had left her home in North Carolina to take a cross-country road trip, but even though all of her personal possessions are left behind at the accident scene, Leah …
 
May 31, 1995. Goderich, Ontario. After leaving her school, 16-year old Mistie Murray fails to return home and is subsequently reported missing. Even though there are several eyewitness sightings placing Mistie at numerous locations in the weeks following her disappearance, police focus their attention on her adoptive father, Steve Murray. Over thre…
 
August 12, 1992. Panama City Beach, Florida. After leaving her home in Georgia on a vacation with her two children, 36-year old Pamela June Ray arrives at a beachfront motel during the early morning hours and parks in front of the office. Pamela’s children are sleeping in the back seat, but when they wake up a few hours later, they learn that their…
 
September 4, 1964. Great Falls, Montana. 43-year old Jim Arrotta and his 35-year old wife, Lois Arrotta, are found stabbed to death inside a grocery store where Jim works as the manager. Since the couple’s children last saw them at their home when they went to bed the previous night, investigators theorize that Jim and Lois were lured to the store …
 
April 13, 1976. Jessup, Maryland. Ralph Sigler, a 47-year old Chief Warrant Officer with the United States Army, is found dead inside a motel room after an apparent suicide in which he electrocuted himself. For the past decade, Ralph had been working as a counterintelligence agent who provided classified information to spies from the Soviet Union, …
 
September 10, 2001. New York City. 31-year old Sneha Philip leaves her Lower Manhattan apartment and is last seen purchasing items at a nearby department store alongside an unidentified woman. Sneha does not return home that night and after the September 11 attacks take place the following morning, she is never heard from again. Since Sneha lived o…
 
January 31, 1976. Bastrop County, Texas. After 73-year old John Whatley and his 68-year old wife, Faye Whatley, fail to show up at the wedding for Faye’s granddaughter, the police are asked to perform a wellness check at their ranch. John and Faye are discovered to be missing, but there is a bullet hole in their bedroom window and the entire bedroo…
 
Jose had a chat with fellow Ranter Steve Jackson in February, but it took a while to get the audio right. https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/08/14/magazine/1619-america-slavery.html. https://www.seminolenationmuseum.org/history/seminole-nation/john-horse/. Episode sketch of John Horse from Wikipedia https://cookingwiththatown2.square.site/…
 
In this episode, J Banzet, Taft Gantt, and Luke Stone share the hottest takes from their most recent brackets, talk about which teams are the most overrated in the Tournament field, share their Cinderellas, and (for the first time) fill out their own collective bracket by majority vote.
 
May 1, 2002. San Francisco, California. After finishing a phone call with one of her sisters, 24-year old Evelyn Hernandez and her five-year old son, Alex Hernandez, vanish without explanation. At the time, Evelyn was only six days away from giving birth to her second child, but when she fails to resurface by her due date, she is officially reporte…
 
October 4, 1978. Lyon County, Iowa. The decomposed body of a murdered young woman is discovered in a ditch next to a rural road, but since she carries no identification, she remains a Jane Doe for the next 27 years. The victim is eventually identified as 23-year old Wilma June Nissen, who originally hailed from California and lived a transient life…
 
The S.N.I.C popped up at the Gladney residence in February and had a conversation with Flo and Dollie... this was cribbed together by Orpheus, the Audio God from 3 separate sources, so the audio may be a bit...disjointed none of us really discussed hitting “record” so you just get dropped into the middle of a conversation... about halfway through t…
 
June 1, 1983. Louisville, Kentucky. 12-year old Ann Gotlib leaves her friend’s residence in order to ride her bicycle back to her family’s apartment, but she never arrives. When Ann’s mother goes searching for her, she discovers Ann’s abandoned bicycle outside a department store, but no trace of her can be found. 25 years later, investigators annou…
 
In this episode, J Banzet, Taft Gantt, William Smythe, and Luke Stone share their thoughts on where some of the biggest names in college basketball will land in NCAA Tournament seeding, give their early Cinderella candidates for March, and predict some of this weekend's best games.
 
August 23, 1987. Saline County Arkansas. 16-year old Don Henry and 17-year old Kevin Ives head into the woods to do some late-night hunting, but never return. Hours later, the two boys are seen lying on some railroad tracks before they are run over by a cargo train and the medical examiner concludes they had fallen asleep after smoking marijuana an…
 
August 23, 1987. Saline County Arkansas. 16-year old Don Henry and 17-year old Kevin Ives head into the woods to do some late-night hunting, but never return. Hours later, the two boys are seen lying on some railroad tracks before they are run over by a cargo train and the medical examiner concludes they had fallen asleep after smoking marijuana an…
 
July 22, 1983. Redwood City, California. After spending the month travelling through the state, a pair of Swedish nationals – 23-year old Marie Lilienberg and 25-year old Maria Wahlen – leave their friend’s residence in order to hitchhike to Los Angeles. When they fail to make their scheduled flight and do not return home to Sweden, they are offici…
 
July 25, 1995. Lincoln, Nebraska. 18-year old university student Tina McMenamin fails to show up for her shift at work and her body is found inside her apartment bedroom later that night. Tina has been sexually assaulted and stabbed seven times and the apartment is ransacked. Nearly one year later, DNA testing links a suspect named Gregory Gabel to…
 
Luke Stone hosts the first-ever episode of Stone Cold Sports Jeopardy! and Taft Gantt, J Banzet, and William Smythe talk about Matthew Stafford's potential trade destinations, Alabama's ceiling in the NCAA Tournament, the Milwaukee Bucks' playoff chances, and Tom Brady's luck in Super Bowls.
 
August 4, 1984. Fort Myers, Florida. 20-year old Carol Woolsoncroft fails to show up for her shift at her workplace and is never heard from again. Three days later, Carol’s parents return home from vacation and discover her car parked outside their residence, as well as a note from Carol’s boyfriend, Eugene LaFaye Jr., who claims she has gone missi…
 
J Banzet, Taft Gantt, and Luke Stone talk about Mac Jones's NFL future, debate the statement that "defense wins championships," and preview Conference Championship Weekend in the NFL. In "Facts or Fake News," they discuss James Harden to Brooklyn and Philip Rivers's Hall of Fame chances.
 
April 10, 1967. Hometown, Illinois. Ralph Probst, a 30-year old officer with the Cook County Sheriff’s Police Department, spends the night at home watching television with his wife before he heads into the kitchen. Moments later, Ralph is fatally shot in back of the head after an unknown assailant fires a bullet through the kitchen window. Investig…
 
December 15, 1996. Willingboro Township, New Jersey. After saying goodnight to her family, 12-year old Celina Mays heads for her bedroom, but is discovered to be missing the following morning. At the time, Celina was living with her father and a number of other relatives, who were all members of Gospel of Christ Ministries Inc., a church run by her…
 
In this episode, the guys break down this weekend's Divisional Round matchups in the NFL, revisit the dominant 2011 Alabama Crimson Tide, and debate Doug Pederson's firing, Deshaun Watson's demanding a trade, and the Chiefs' chances of losing before the Super Bowl.
 
October 16, 1987. Indiana, Pennsylvania. Jack Davis Jr., a 20-year old sophomore at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, spends the night partying and drinking with members of his fraternity, but he never returns to his apartment. Five days later, Jack’s body is found at the bottom of an exterior stairwell on the university’s campus and the county c…
 
Taft Gantt, William Smythe, and Luke Stone preview each of this weekend's NFL Wild Card games, revisit the storied college career of Auburn RB Tre Mason, debate the Alabama-Ohio State clash in the National Championship Game, and discuss Dan Mullen NFL coaching rumors.
 
In 2018, “The Trail Went Cold” released a special Q&A episode in which Robin Warder answered a number of questions from listeners. This year, we decided to do a follow-up episode and received some more interesting questions. Of all the cases you’ve covered, which ones have the best chance of being solved in the near-future? What do your family and …
 
In this episode, J Banzet, Taft Gantt, William Smythe, and Luke Stone talk about the Jets' quarterback situation now that they won't get Trevor Lawrence, give their Locks of the Week around the football world, and debate what the criteria SHOULD be for the Heisman Trophy.
 
J Banzet, Taft Gantt, William Smythe, and Luke Stone make their pitches for how they'd reform college football if they were "Czar for a Day" (1:30), break down the New Year's Six Bowls (11:45), give their Locks of the Week (42:45), talk about the circa 2010 Oregon Ducks on Throwback Sports Thing of the Week (46:30), and debate whether the Cowboys s…
 
In this episode, J Banzet, Taft Gantt, and Luke Stone predict each of the Power 5's conference championship games, give their locks of the week, and debate the NFL MVP race in Facts or Fake News.
 
Christmas Day 1929. Stradbally, Ireland. After completing his holiday route, 49-year old postman Larry Griffin fails to return home and his bicycle is found on a road outside the village the following morning. Once a missing persons investigation is launched, rumours start circulating that Larry was killed after an incident at a local pub and a mas…
 
William Smythe and Luke Stone preview this weekend's Commonwealth Cup showdown between Virginia and Virginia Tech with a recap of both teams' seasons, an interview with UVA football player Lee Dudley, and predictions for how the long-awaited edition of one of Virginia's best rivalries will ultimately turn out.…
 
Christmas Eve 2002. Port Allen, Louisiana. After leaving her home on a road trip to visit her husband in prison for the holidays, 65-year old Mari Ann Fowler stops at a strip mall to purchase some food from a Subway sandwich shop. When she walks back into the parking lot, Mari Ann vanishes without a trace and surveillance footage from a security ca…
 
A Special Birthday Rerelease of Ishmael Brown's (the HNIC) interview with the birthday girl, Candace Gorham, re her book, The Ebony Exodus Project: Why Some Black Women are Walking Out on Religion--And Others Should Too. ABR Podcast: 057 – The Ebony Exodus Project Oct. 26, 2016 01:58:08 Author of the Ebony Exodus Project, Candace Gorham, stops by f…
 
December 17, 1988. Miami, Florida. Lisa Bishop, a 23-year old journalism student from Georgia State University, leaves on a trip to Haiti on a boat called the Freedon, which is being captained by a German national named Florian Meyer Bourch. When they do not arrive at their destination and Lisa does not contact her family, a search from the Coast G…
 
In the milestone 25th episode of the Stone Cold Sports Talk podcast, J, Taft, William, and Luke debate which teams could conceivably win the College Football Playoff, debate the Heisman race, and take a deep dive into the NFL in their tiered power rankings.
 
November 28, 1985. Tarrant County, Texas. The family of 44-year old Joe Blount gathers together for Thanksgiving dinner in their trailer at the Hilltop Mobile Home Park. After making a trip to a convenience store later that night, they return home to discover a briefcase on their front doorstep. When the briefcase is opened, a bomb goes off, claimi…
 
February 7, 1999. Kettering, Ohio. Nine-year old Erica Baker leaves her family’s home to take their dog for a walk. While a pair of eyewitnesses see Erica in a nearby park, she soon vanishes without a trace and the dog is found unattended. Six years later, a suspect named Christian Gabriel is indicted on the charges of evidence tampering and abuse …
 
In this episode, Taft Gantt, Luke Stone, and Beau Watts talk about all things Masters. After the guys discuss the weirdness of the 2020-2021 PGA Tour Schedule and predicting the finishes of 25 golfers in the field in the Lightning Round Game, Beau talks about driving distance and strokes gained in Beau's S*xy Stats. Finally, they each predict their…
 
January 25, 1977. Lexington, Kentucky. 24-year old Melanie Flynn leaves her workplace, but fails to show up for an appointment and does not return home for dinner with her family. Two weeks later, Melanie’s abandoned car is discovered in an apartment complex parking lot and her purse is found washed up next to the Kentucky River later that summer. …
 
In this episode, J Banzet, Taft Gantt, William Smythe, and Luke Stone grade Carlos Dunlap's move to the Seahawks, break down top ten tangles Florida-Georgia and Clemson-Notre Dame, and talk about the Steelers, Lamar Jackson, Trevor Lawrence, the Cowboys, and JT Daniels.
 
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