Vonda Pelto, Ph.D. Does an Intense, Probing Interview with Sancho Jones, host of Thunderstruck Radio, That Went Down Avenues Not Explored by Other Shows Talking About
Serial Killers and Her Book, Without Remorse

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New Playlist from Vonda’s Own Sound Cloud Channel Coming Soon

ec0aba52-a47f-4153-8c11-1f656b1fac24_shtf300x300When the process began of editing the radio show of Vonda Pelto talking with Sancho Jones, host of Thunderstruck Radio, the editors at E.B. GO Vision Media were surprised to hear questions and inquiries never explored by radio, TV or press reporters. The lengthy interview format, cf course, gives the host more latitude than say a morning drive time show that has maybe one short segment, nonetheless his inventiveness makes for terrific podcasts and will be make great Radio Show Videos for use in Internet PR.
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Book Review by Chuck N. Baker, Editor/Publisher of Las Vegas Veteran’s Reporter, of Without Remorse: The Story of the Woman Who Kept Los Angeles’ Serial Killers Alive.

Without Remorse Book Cover “The title of this book is cute, catchy, and perhaps a bit deceiving. Pelto kept the killers alive, alright, but it’s because she worked at the Los Angeles County Men’s Central Jail, where the freeway killers, trash bag murderers and hillside stranglers were kept. Pelto was hired to help keep those killers alive. She came to know the killers and befriended them. Some were charmers, some were talkers, and none had guilt or remorse, she writes. She has many stories. 

“One inmate complained about being arrested for rape after attacking a woman when he found her lost purse and returned it to her.  ‘She invited me to have a cup of java. I would’a rather had a beer, but I didn’t say nothin’. She took me into her kitchen, I was sittin’ there watchin’ her, thinking I’d gone through a lot of trouble and figured she used me…then I don’t know what happened, but next thing I remember I had this here knife up against her neck and we was goin’ to her bedroom.’  A dynamite one-of-a-kind book for lovers of true crime.”
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