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She was the perfect wife and mother for decades, until something changed. Lori Vallow is now connected in some way to six violent or mysterious deaths. A former husband, an estranged husband, two of her children, her brother and her new husband’s then-wife – all dead. True Crime Arizona: Lori Vallow's Deadly Delusions explores the events and issues that motivated Lori Vallow, throughout her life, and during the tumultuous and tragic year of 2019. We will speak to family members, friends, inv ...
 
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In this episode, Kim Powell and Morgan Loew discuss the recent release of thousands of pages of police reports, emails and other evidence in the Lori Vallow case. They include a never-before-released letter from Charles Vallow to Lori, as well as new evidence that Alex Cox left the country three days after he shot and killed Charles.…
 
In this episode, Morgan Loew speaks to Lori Vallow’s mother and sister. The interview took place in May of 2020, before Lori was charged with murder. But the conversation you will hear includes information about Lori’s past and possible motivations. This episode includes parts of the interview that have never been published before.…
 
Charles Vallow had just arrived back in town. His marriage was falling apart. His wife had been behaving strangely. But Vallow was determined to keep things as normal as possible for his son and step daughter. Charles Vallow’s life came to a violent end in a Chandler rental home the morning of July 11, 2019. This episode chronicles what happened th…
 
In this first episode, Kim Powell and Morgan Loew discuss the murder charges filed against Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell. What new evidence was revealed when prosecutors made their announcement? And they set the stage for the episodes to come, which will detail what led a dedicated wife and mother down the path to become a defendant in a notorious m…
 
She was the perfect wife and mother for decades, until something changed. Lori Vallow is now connected in some way to six violent or mysterious deaths. A former husband, an estranged husband, two of her children, her brother and her new husband’s then-wife – all dead. True Crime Arizona: Lori Vallow's Deadly Delusions explores the events and issues…
 
LD (Diane) and Mo talk about what separates reality from fantasy when it comes to sobriety. Most people know the answer but it seems to be the first "to-do" to go out the window. Join us as we chit chat and laugh at inappropriate stuff and get a little awkward.Von Bright Lights & Dark Delusions
 
This week on BLDD, Blythe talks about pursuing her passion and Diane learns (yet AGAIN) that being a fan of isolation and being cooped up with mono isn't a good combo. After checking in we jump into the recovery theme; after the initial sobering fog lifts what compelled us to stay.Von Bright Lights & Dark Delusions
 
Psychologist Professor Daniel Freeman concludes his exploration of delusions, looking at both historic and contemporary case studies. In the final programme he examines the latest thinking on the causes of and treatment for delusional thinking. Daniel looks at the latest research suggesting delusions are part of a continuum in the general populatio…
 
Clinical psychologist Professor Daniel Freeman explores cases of delusions - strongly held, preoccupying false beliefs.In this series he unearths case studies from the archives dating back to the Renaissance, he meets people who have recently experienced delusions, and finds out about new thinking in this relatively little-known field from psycholo…
 
Clinical psychologist Professor Daniel Freeman continues his exploration of delusions, looking at both historic and contemporary case studies. In this programme he hears a case from 1892, of a patient at the Victorian psychiatric hospital Bethlem in London who believed that people were telephoning into her ears. And he meets a man who experienced d…
 
Psychologist and therapist Professor Daniel Freeman explores the history of delusions - strongly held, preoccupying false beliefs – with cases from the archives and first-hand testimonies from people who have experienced delusional thinking. Conversations usually confined to the clinic room. In recent years, delusions have started to emerge as a fi…
 
Clinical psychologist Professor Daniel Freeman explores historic and contemporary cases of delusions – a belief that is impossible, incredible or false; is held with a high degree of certainty; and endures despite evidence to the contrary.In this programme he examines the 'Capgras Delusion' or the 'Illusion of Doubles'.In 1923 the French psychiatri…
 
Clinical psychologist Daniel Freeman explores cases of delusion from the archives and speaks to people who have experienced them first-hand.In this programme, Daniel examines the most common type of delusion – paranoia. The incorrect belief that others are observing you and may be trying to harm you. Occasionally in the archives, cases emerge that …
 
Clinical psychologist Professor Daniel Freeman continues his exploration of delusions, looking at historic and contemporary case studies.In this programme, he looks at delusions relating to trauma. He begins with a case study from 1800 recorded by the pioneering mental health physician Philippe Pinel in Paris, of a man who believed he had lost his …
 
Clinical psychologist Professor Daniel Freeman continues his exploration of delusions, looking at both historic and contemporary case studies.In this programme he examines the Delusion of Despair.He begins with the story of Francis Spira, the 15th-century Italian lawyer who believed he was damned by God – a case of delusional thinking that haunted …
 
Clinical psychologist Professor Daniel Freeman continues his exploration of delusions, looking at both historic and contemporary case studies. In this programme, he examines Cotard's Syndrome - the belief that you are dead. In Paris in 1880, Jules Cotard wrote the case study of a 43-year-old woman he called Mademoiselle X. He described her conditio…
 
Clinical psychologist Professor Daniel Freeman begins an exploration of delusions, looking at both historic and contemporary case studies. He hears first about the fourteen "Emperor Napoleons" who presented at Bicetre Asylum in Paris in 1840, the year Napoleon's body was returned to the city. This "Delusion of Grandeur", featuring Napoleon in parti…
 
On this week’s Delusions of Grandeur: What’s up with sending a Padawan to do a Jedi’s work? Is it possible to do a mashup of “The Walking Dead” and “Aliens”? (Spoiler: it is!) It’s been established that Clones can reproduce, even cross-species. Will that mean that the entire galaxy will one day be populated by descendants of Jango Fett? All this an…
 
In this weeks episode of Delusions of Grandeur, we muse that nobody in the Star Wars universe has adequate back-ups of their important files. Baby Jedi, can they get cuter? And do all children in the galaxy have that Twilek doll? Did Bonnie Burton design it? Is whiny cartoon Anakin still degrees cooler than whiny live-action Anakin? (Spoiler: Yes.)…
 
Hera Syndulla: Legacy of Rebellion A very special episode as we wrap up Clone Wars season one, and start discussing Star Wars: Rebels! What’s with the tail-heads? How does it get decided how many tails do they get on their heads? Is it equal to the number of chins they have? Why do we like bounty hunters so much? Will Clones with cool names ever su…
 
Now that we’re establishing Clones as individuals, does it make sense that some of them are not on board with the program? Is it possible to name a Star Wars creature without referring to the earth creature it’s based on? Is it okay with James Cameron that the blue people we meet this week are from the world of Pantora? Does the mad scientist stere…
 
This week, we cover episodes 5 through 12 of the first season of the Cartoon Network’s Clone Wars. We discuss the growing individuality of Clone Troopers, how the Jedi are starting to lose their way, and how Jar Jar Binks works so much better as a cartoon character in a cartoon setting, than as a cartoon character in a live action setting. Also, Dr…
 
Hey listeners! This is Mondo, host and dungeon master of the geek trash family. You may have noticed that this downloaded mighty fast, and that all of the Geek Trash podcasts, like Delusions of Grandeur and the Geek Fight Club D&D games have been a little quiet. It’s summertime, which means people go on vacation or have things come up a little more…
 
In this episode of Delusions of Grandeur, we discuss Star Wars: The Clone Wars, the movie and the first four episodes of the Cartoon Network series 1.01: Ambush (Yoda-centric), and then the Malevolence story arc in episodes 1.02-1.04. Some of the questions we address: Are Clones people too? Is it easier to look cool using the force as a CGI cartoon…
 
In the very first episode of Delusions of Grandeur, we discuss Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace! We rundown the whole movie, what we like, what we hate and why Yoda was still a muppet and why Battle Droids are designed they way they are. Give me more…Von AngryBob
 
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