By Susannah Cahalan. The Space Race heroes had the right stuff for space travel, but the wrong stuff for happy and lasting marriages. But back on Earth, their wives were left to suffer in silence with only the glare of the international spotlight — a kind of celebrity only known to very few in this world— and the help of booze and pills to stay sane. Out of the 30 astro-marriages— spanning from the first American launched into space in to the moon landing in — only seven couples would stay married.
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To call T. Holmes the "new" Ed Gordon of BET would be misleading since the "old" Ed Gordon is still around -- although the veteran anchor is now mostly confined to convention news coverage for the network. Nevertheless, Holmes, 35, host of late-night talk show "Don't Sleep! I recently spoke with the Arkansas native, who joined from CNN, where he was an anchor and correspondent. His new show 11 p. People are confused about that; they hear it's anchored by this news guy but that it's late night and that throws them off.
At six feet nine inches and with an IQ of , Edmund Kemper was an intimidating killer in every sense of the word. Ed Kemper was born in Burbank, California, in and he presented troubling behavior from an early age. His family, however, was ill-equipped to deal with his problems. Clarnell was an alcoholic, possibly suffering from borderline personality disorder. At the same time, Kemper began to display dark fantasies relating to sexuality and death.
And why did you leave BET in the first place? This is tour of duty number three for me at BET. The first time I left was right after I did the O.