Was asked why I do the Milwaukee Mob Podcast.
Good question, I stated after talking with Mr. Jenkins and his encouraging me to do so, but what keeps me going is not the money I am making for I am not nor am I pushing that aspect and I should if only to cover what little costs I have doing this Podcast/web page but that is another story for another day.
Why I do this then?
Its very easy because of this Podcast I have been able to come to know so many great folks.
I have learned so much from all my guests and my followers on Twitter, in very real ways I have been blessed by this and I am mega thankful.
I hope to repay your kindness by bringing top notch guests on the Podcast with exploring interesting ideas I have like doing more with conspiracies the more interesting ones.
Just maybe talk a look at a well a local mystery
Due to hackers not likening the show we have reposed this
She tells a wild story of Cocaine Bear
A 2001 graduate of the FBI National Academy, Spingola holds two masters degrees. He is also a death investigation’s expert, a police related shooting reconstruction specialist, and has formal training in criminal investigative analysis (profiling).
Prior to his retirement as a lieutenant of detectives with the Milwaukee Police Department (MPD), Spingola supervised all major categories of criminal investigations, including stints in the Homicide Unit, Vice Control Division, Sensitive Crimes Unit, and Violent Crimes Division. He further served as the lead investigator for the Critical Incident Unit, a group that probes police related shootings, use-of-force incidents, and other significant events. As a detective, Spingola spent several years conducting death investigations for a homicide unit with one of the highest clearance rates in the country.
Spingola’s role in academia is that of the coordinator of Criminal Justice Studies for Gateway Technical College and an adjunct professor of criminal justice and security management for Waukesha County Technical College and Marian University.
Steve is also the author of Best of the Spingola Files, Vol. I, and Predators on the Parkway: a Former Homicide Detective Explores the Colonial Parkway Murders. Check out these periodicals by visiting www.badgerwordsmith.com/books.html
The Chopper S.A. Bradley joined us in the hideout to talk True Crime as film.
He had many interesting ideas to share with the Boys and I
Had the great writer of True Hollywood Noir Dina Di Mambro
on the show, after driving off a hit by hit men set by The South Side boys was able to bring her on a very wild time
she will be on a lot for she is a true lover of film and what film brings out in mere men
You guys know I am a big film fan love film and talking about them,
Thank God I know others who share my enjoyment, I had one on
Martin Kessier who like me is a fan of Pre code film and Gangster films, this was dangerous
We did two shows
With the use of a poll via Twitter, I found that there was great interest in more shows on true crime in Hollywood from Murders to Mob involvement in film making as well in the history of the studios
So I will do more of this time of show on Blog Talk Radio but not use a new twitter or Blog hell I do not do a good job with this!
Shall be fun bring more stories of true perhaps even strange crime to you all!
My thought is to post each new Podcast within a day or so to prevent a huge backlog that then gets put up all at once.
here are the last few.
My thanks to my guests and all who take the time to hear them
We have Gerry Jenkins Host of Gangland Empire
Then we have the great Christian Cipolini
And of course The Captain from True Crime Garage
Our first Film Maker, Mr. Dennis “Blue Eyes” Mohr the man behind the documentary Ravenite life next door to a Mafia social club was our first film maker on the podcast.
You like I did will find the show to be an fun take on film maker on an unusual type of film.
When he gets back from England, I hope to bring him on again to talk on his film Mug Shots
The first show is with Ed Dentzel host of Unfound check out his first show and you will be hooked like I was
Here is my interview with Mr. Dentzel
And here is the show with author Robert Sberna we have quite the time on a range of topics.