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John Dillinger
Airdate: Monday - April 25, 1966

WOR Show
Original Airing

First Line After Theme Ends
Here's a sad note. . .
Show Description
Shep opens show speaking over the opening theme A Warning the show is to be a Cheapy deepy or a deepy cheapy. UPI note: Miami - Al Capone's son not living up to expectations. Chicago Gangsters, and the fact that people in Chicago never talked about gangsters. Dillinger Fan Clubs, where Shep would visit famous crime scenes. Red Hamilton, Dillenger's right hand man, and visits to the Michigan City State Pen in Indiana in hopes of seeing an escape. Babyface Nelson and the history of these guys as country bumpkins, not city types. Dillinger's first arrest was over a simple fist fight over money. Dillinger got to the state pen based on his ability to play shortstop. Shep teaches us how to make a rubber gun as a part of playing a game. The Dillinger escape using a gun made from a bar of soap.
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Notes
News at end mentions East coast event - Yahoo News - April 25, 1966: This brilliant exploding meteor passed northward over New Jersey and eastern New York into Canada along a flat trajectory. Observations were analyzed by both U.S. and Canadian experts, who determined that the end point of the meteor's visible path was at an altitude of around 9 miles (15 kilometers) near Huntingdon, Quebec. Canadian astronomers B.A. McIntosh and J.A.V. Douglas noted, "The anticlimax of so spectacular an event is surely the failure to recover meteorites ... Much of the possible fall area is either sparsely populated or unfavorable terrain for recovery." They suggest that part of the meteoritic mass may have come down in the rugged Adirondack Mountains, along the trajectory but before the end point.
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By: Ken Applegate
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Rating: Not Rated
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