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Terrified Nation

Debilyn Molineaux

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Are you concerned about the future of our country? Do you feel the urgency to act before it’s too late? Then “Terrified Nation” is the podcast for you. Join us as we delve into the critical issues that threaten our nation’s fabric, regardless of your political stance. This isn’t about doom and gloom; it’s about facing reality head-on, understanding the risks, and finding real solutions.
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Ghosthunting can't be scarier than middle school, right? These 2 Terrified Teachers take on haunted locations in broad daylight in an attempt to help as many ghosts as we can. Come with us as we make even the scariest locations just a little bit cozier.
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Everyone Dies In Sunderland is a podcast about growing up terrified in the eighties and nineties. Ah, the good old days. People left their front doors unlocked. Children played out in the street. Everyone got burgled. Children got murdered, like, most days. Then there was Mad-Cow Disease and the Animals of Farthing Wood. It was a truly terrifying time to be a child. And those children are adults now. Adults with children and mortgages and Senseo Machines and jobs with actual responsibilities ...
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🎙️ Join us for Episode 9 of our podcast! In this episode of Terrified Nation, host Debilyn Molineaux engages in a deep conversation with guest Manu Meel, exploring alternatives to fear and anger amidst national crises. Discover how we can envision personal growth, community connection, and advance society by embracing hope and taking action. Tune i…
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Explore the imperative of prioritizing civic life in a polarized nation with host Debilyn Molineaux and guest Mike Murphy. Gain insights into future goals and aspirations as we envision our lives in 2044, focusing on career, family, and societal blessings. Discover strategies for improving US democracy, addressing national challenges, and fostering…
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🎙️ Embark on a journey of nonpartisan reform in the latest episode of "Terrified Nation" with your insightful host, Debilyn Molineaux. 🇺🇸 Explore the alternative to fear and discover how we can best serve our nation: Future Goals in 2034: Immerse yourself in Debilyn's vision of 2034, envisioning a diverse Washington DC neighborhood and reflecting o…
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Discover the profound impact of history on our national fears and explore alternative solutions with host Debbie Molineaux. In this episode, our guest, a historian and podcast host, shares their futuristic goals and preferences through time travel and self-reflection. 🚀 Key Highlights: Unveil personal and societal goals for a preferred future. Expl…
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Dive into Episode 5 with host Debilyn Molineaux as she explores innovative alternatives to fear in a nation gripped by uncertainty. This episode is packed with insightful discussions and personal stories: 📻 **Episode Highlights:** - **0:02** - Debilyn Molineaux embarks on a journey to save the nation by unraveling alternatives to fear, beginning wi…
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Join host Debilyn Molineaux on a journey to explore solutions for the United States in the midst of political and social crises. In Episode 4, expect thought-provoking insights and discussions: 📻 **Episode Highlights:** - **0:02** - Debilyn Molineaux delves into the imperative task of saving the United States from its current crises, framing the na…
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Ready to dive into the dynamics of fear programming, future skills, and the power of self-awareness? Join host Debilyn Molineaux in Episode 3: 📻 **Episode Highlights:** - **0:02** - Explore how dystopian narratives shape fear and influence societal action with insights from Debilyn Molineaux. - **1:41** - Cultural futurist Edmonds identifies the to…
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Ready to embark on a journey envisioning a brighter future for our nation? Join host Debilyn Molineaux in Episode 2: 🌐 **Insights:** - **0:02** - Explore the future with a question: What comes to mind when thinking about the future? Debilyn Molineaux navigates the path to saving the nation through unity and the pursuit of happiness. - **2:05** - Un…
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Ready to explore the path toward saving a nation divided by political polarization? Join host Debilyn Molineaux in the inaugural episode: 🌐 **Insights:** - **0:02** - Dive into the pressing question: Can America be saved from political polarization and the erosion of friendships? - **1:20** - Engage in a discussion with Debilyn Molineaux on the sus…
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Hello, this is PMs in your DMs - it’s like Tinder, except with Prime Ministers This panel show from the makers of Everyone Dies In Sunderland takes two of the 54 men and 3 women to have been the British Prime Minister and imagine they’ve matched with one of our panel on a dating app – are they swiping left or are they swiping right? In show one, Ha…
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Hello, this is PMs in your DMs It’s like Tinder, except with Prime Ministers In this panel show from the makers of Everyone Dies In Sunderland we take two of the 54 men and 3 women to have been the British Prime Minister and imagine they’ve matched with one of our panel on a dating app – are they swiping left or are they swiping right? And by the e…
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You know when Noel Edmonds would turn up in a helicopter on Christmas morning to deliver Christmas presents to deserving members of the public? Even through there was no indication they wanted him to? We don’t have a helicopter, but we do have 22 minutes of bloopers from the last 12 months – SOME OF IT ORIGINALLY CUT FOR PROFANITY AND ALL OF IT WE …
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In the mid 1990s Britain carried out an interesting social experiment to see if taking a children from a chaotic and poverty-ridden childhood in some of most deprived parts of the North, giving them a dehumanising nickname, making them some kind of weird celebrity, and repeatedly publicly condemning in the hope that would stop their offending behav…
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Something particularly alarming about growing up in the eighties and nineties was how ambivalent everyone was about basic road safety – even though horrific accidents happened with terrifying regularity. In June 1925, the brakes failed on a coach as it made its way down a steep hill at Dibbles Bridge, in North Yorkshire. Seven people would die in w…
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Between 1964 and 1965 a still unidentified serial killer took the lives of six sex workers in London, earning the nickname “Jack the Stripper” as their bodies were left naked or undressed in public. Was the killer someone famous enough to have had their own This is Your Life and had Bruce Forsyth as a pallbearer at their funeral? This is a story wi…
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In today’s show we revisit the time in 1999 when a Northumberland doctor casually admitted to killing 300 people in a local TV interview. I’m genuinely surprised you don’t remember. Doctor David Moor was a much loved GP who would often appear in the regional media as a local medical expert. But one such appearance would lead to him facing a murder …
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Michael Straughan was 23 stone and nearly two metres tall, so he was certainly conspicuous. But on the 18th of June 1992 he was seen waiting for a friend outside a pub in Newcastle City Centre... and he hasn’t been seen since. In June 2005, Janet Brown spent the day working as an extra on a TV show being filmed in Northumberland called “Distant Sho…
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We interrupt this podcast for a very special episode where the gang talks harrowing children’s television of the eighties and nineties with Dave and Steve from the deservedly popular Scarred for Life books and stage shows. As regular listeners know, for the true crime happening literally down our roads, the most upsetting moments of our childhood w…
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Close to midnight on March the 19th 1990 the doorbell rang at the home of Gateshead science teacher Jack Royal. As he looked though the porch window to see who it was, he was shot in the face at point blank range. Jack had enemies – he’d twice stood trial for murder – but over 30 years later, we still don’t know who killed him. But we do know it wa…
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Remember Christmas TV before the BBC gave up? You know they have. Even people who actually like Call the Midwife and Mrs Brown’s Boys are like, “what, again?” Anyway, back when Everyone Dies In Sunderland is set, Terry Wogan would come on at Christmas and present a show called “Auntie’s Christmas Bloomers”, which was like a gag reel for the entire …
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On November 26th 1980 John Welch checked into room 101 of the Swallow Hotel in Newcastle – but he would never check out. Welch was found murdered in his room the same evening. Nothing had been taken, no weapon ever found. Half a cup of tea and a half-eaten sandwich next to his body. After 40 years, the murder is still unsolved . We also take a look…
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On May 23rd 1986 Julie Perigo told a friend that she was meeting a man named “Old Geoff”. A week later she was found murdered in her home. Police have never traced “Old Geoff” and 35 years on, her killing remains Sunderland’s longest unsolved murder – despite a list of 6000 suspects. But could Margaret from the chip shop hold the key to solving thi…
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It’s spooky season, so the gang takes a trip back to 1683, when the devil arrived in Country Durham and commanded a farm hand named Andrew Mills to murder three children with an axe in a crime described as “the most horrid and barbarous murder that was ever heard in the North”. And if you so wish, you can try and summon the killer at midnight on Ha…
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In March 1988 Britain experienced an odd couple of weeks of public executions, lynchings and even a gun attack at a funeral. You’d think you’d remember it. In the concluding episode of our three episode series the bodies of the so-called Gibraltar Three – IRA members shot in the street by the SAS – are returned home for burial, but a mourner at the…
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In the spring of 1988, Britain lost its mind. Public executions. Lynching. A gunfight at a funeral. Four million chickens dying in the aftermath of an interview on regional TV. We’re genuinely surprised you don’t remember. In the second of a three part series we examine the aftermath of the SAS’ very public killing of three IRA members in Gibraltar…
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In the spring of 1988, Britain lost its mind. Public executions. Lynching. A gunfight at a funeral. Unforeseen consequences for the makers of Count Duckula and Danger Mouse. We’re genuinely surprised you don’t remember. In the first of a three part series, we return to March 1988, when the SAS used lethal force to prevent an IRA bomb attack in Gibr…
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On July 8th 1998, Stephen Sweeney didn’t come home from work. Maybe this wasn’t unusual – his furniture business had been struggling lately, so it’s to be expected that he was working every hour he could to keep the factory open. But he wasn’t answering his phone. And at 9pm his partner went to the Gateshead factory to see where he was. She found h…
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Something you might not appreciate about climbing Everest is... it’s a bit fiddly. Lethally fiddly. And lethally chilly. And lethally tiring. In fact that 4% of people die while doing it. And in most cases, it’s impossible to recover their bodies. As a result there are as many as 300 dead bodies on the mountain, including the remains of David Sharp…
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On July 1st 2010 Raoul Moat was released from Durham prison. 5 days later - after the largest manhunt in Northumbria Police history – he would be dead, having shot three people, declared war on the police, seen 35,000 people join a supportive Facebook group and had a football legend in a dressing gown turn up to take him fishing. But he was an utte…
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At 8am on Friday August 1981 the phone rang at Ripon police station. A voice announced police would find “a decomposed body among the willow herbs” at a particular grid reference close to Sutton Bank top. The caller refused to give a name “for reasons of national security” and hung up. Police attended the scene and, at popular picnic site, found th…
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In this very special episode, Everyone Dies in Sunderland teams up with the wonderful Jenny from Its Murder Up North to take a look at the crimes of Hartlepool-born multiple murderer Arthur “The Fox” Hutchinson, one only 23 prisoners to be serving a whole life tariff. Don’t compare Bold the Fox Cub to a murderer though – call him “Slapstick Bundy” …
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A little after 7am on Sunday September 1st 2016 Peter Maine went for a jog through the centre of Durham. A short while later he was found by the banks of the River Wear with three stab wounds to the heart. To this day we don’t know if it was murder or suicide. No sign of robbery. No defensive wounds. So suicide? In which case, what happened to the …
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In November 1995 the sitcom Caroline in the City – Lea Thompson played a woman called Caroline who lived in a city – tried to boost its profile with crossover episodes with the (much popular) Friends and Frasier. In a completely unrelated note, this episode sees us team up with Lindsay and Madison from Ye Olde Crime podcast! They tell us all about …
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Ever wondered why we called our show “Everyone Dies In Sunderland”? It’s actually nothing to do with true crime at all. But it is related to the very sad, very public, death of Carry On legend Sid James. The gang then takes a look at the harrowing lives of some of the other cast members of the legendary comedy franchise.Gareth tells us about the li…
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In 1994 four teenage boys in Sunderland – all students from the same school – died one after another, with their bodies found for the most part in burning sheds or derelict buildings with ligatures around their neck. The police insisted nothing sinister was going on. A lot of true crime shows will at some point say “this sounds like something out o…
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Meet the possible serial killer who might be back on the streets this December The gang revisits 1997, and investigates North Shields-born Allan Grimson – convicted of killing two men, suspected of killing three and possibly responsible for the deaths of up to twenty undiscovered victims. There’s a good chance he’ll be released this December. The g…
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In 1978 a hoaxer from Wearside led the police searching for a notorious serial killer on a wild goose chase. Actual wild geese would have done a better job of catching him. Seriously, the guy literally fell out of the sky and landed on the police at one point and it still took them 18 years to catch him. This is the story of the notorious hoaxer We…
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The gang takes a look at the murder of noted dermatologist Dr David Birkett by the notable idiot Reg Wilson, an attempt to commit the perfect murder with the aid of Japanese erotica, stencils and crashing a motorbike into a wall like Jay did on The Inbetweeners that time, but still managing to leave fingerprints at the scene. Reg did manage to buil…
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The gang remembers the Monkseaton Shootings of 1989 – which despite being Britain’s fourth worst mass shooting – no-one else seems to do. Seriously, the BBC’s anniversary story was literally headlined “town struggles to remember shootings”. Britain’s fourth worst mass shooting! John takes steps to avoid an accidental comeback in local radio. Claire…
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The gang’s time travelling Vauxhall Cavalier once again materialises in 1991 to conclude the story of Albert Dryden, his sort-of-televised murder of Harry Collinson, and shootings of BBC reporter Tony Belmont in the arm and police officer Stephen Campbell in the “lower back”. Claire boycotts KFC. John considers buying opium. Gareth channel’s Russ A…
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The gang takes a trip back to 1991 to explore the sort-of-televised murder of planning officer Harry Collinson by “harmless lover of ballistics” Albert Dryden, close to John’s native Consett. John discusses the Hartlepool monkey-hanging incident with Doc Brown from Back to the Future. Gareth takes a shine to a catchphrase idea. Claire’s brother blo…
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The gang revisits 1990 to take a closer look at the unsolved murder of Ann Heron in Darlington in 1990, and yes, the poetry inspired by it. John improves ITV dramas before becoming preoccupied with honey. Gareth raps twice. Claire convinces some children that she’s a witch before teaching the listeners how to impregnate a pig. Jasper Carrot parodie…
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The gang returns to 1993 to explore the unsolved murder which took place at the end of John’s road, the killing of takeaway delivery driver Paul Logan. John writes to the Queen. Claire explains where baby foxes come from. Gareth loses 52% of the audience. The IRA fail to stop Mr Blobby. Digressions in this episode include: The Animals of Farthing W…
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....And we're back!In Episode 4, Ben talks in depth to Adam Pearson, a Freelance Data and Research Specialist, and owner of Pearson Insight Ltd.Ben and Adam chat in a noisy coffee shop about freelance life, and how he made his mind up to make the leap in a van in a snowstorm, driving back to Lancashire after a weekend in France.Is freelancing scary…
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In the final episode of this series, Ben talks to the panel about the practical things you need in order to start your successful freelance comms career.From office space to union membership, from rucksacks to Casualty on iPlayer, it's all covered, thanks to the contributions of Dave, Kate, Dan, Darren, Rebecca, and Bridget.Thanks everyone for list…
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In Episode 2, Ben talks to his panel of freelance comms experts to explore how they defined their offer in terms of:- lists of services- articulating what makes them different- brand identity.Once you've decided to make the leap into freelancing, this is the essential next step to being successful. It's a great listen again.Thanks a lot to this epi…
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Ben talks to freelance communications consultants about their experiences of moving from in-house to working independently.In this episode Ben explores:- How to get over the fear- Where do your first clients come from?- How important is networking and how the hell do you do it?The episode features contributions from:Darren Caveney https://www.linke…
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