Scared Monkeys Radio

For over a decade, Dana Pretzer has been doing his own brand of unique, entertaining, informed and refreshing style of talk radio. Talk radio where he allows the guest to talk, answer questions and inform the listeners on the important news stories of the day. Dana refers to it as "Main Street Media." We like to refer to it as a welcome and appreciated change.

Dana Pretzer brings his energetic yet relaxed demeanor and his well prepared yet spontaneous style of interviews to Scared Monkeys. Along with some of the biggest and most high-profile guests in the news today. Dana also brings a background in satellite radio and over 20 years in law enforcement. That, coupled with his relaxed yet professional and focused demeanor, makes him a natural behind the SMR microphone.

Dana and Scared Monkeys Radio focuses on Missing Persons, Unsolved Mysteries, Victims Rights, Politics, Crime & Punishment, Exploited Children, Entertainment, Technology and whatever the breaking and relevant stories are of the day. The stories that people want to talk about and hear.
The Dana Pretzer Show – Friday, February 1, 2008 – Guests Include Jossy Mansur, Dr. Jeremy Reynalds, Mary Beth Brown and Joel Brodsky
February 1st, 2008 Aruba, Joel Brodsky, Jossy Mansur, Missing Persons, Natalee Holloway, Podcasts, The Dana Pretzer Show

Join us this week as Dana welcomes:

Comment from Bill February 1, 2008, 9:50 pm

I hope that the fate of Natalee can finally be determined, but we all fear that the hype will let us down.

If Joren got rid of Natalee’s body if must be due to a DNA trail that leads to him.

Comment from LilPuma February 2, 2008, 12:21 am

I missed Jossy, but I agree with Bill’s sentiments. I also missed Joel and MariBeth. I’ve got to get a new computer! But I did hear Dr. Reynalds and e-mailed him just now. I remember an interview on some TV magazine show of one of the young men convicted of killing a homeless man. When asked why they did it, he said one of his friends kicked the guy and then they all hit and kicked him. Again, the interviewer asked why. He said I guess it seemed fun at the time. He was serving 35 years. Fun. Sounded like they didn’t even think of this homeless person as human, didn’t care about any pain or suffering they might cause, even death.

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