Mad Bomber

Mad Bomber

George Metesky (1903-1994), who terrorised New York City during the 1940s and 1950s with bombs he planted in public places (phone booths, storage lockers and restrooms of Grand Central Terminal, Penn Station, Radio City Music Hall, the Public Library, Port Authority Bus Terminal, the RCA Building, and the subway).
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Various profiles of several famous bombers such as the Unabomber and the Mad Bomber are reviewed along with other psychological issues that might inspire bombers.
If Lee, in his cups, could reach a plane, so could a mad bomber.
It's not the easiest movie to digest, given that it's about parallel worlds and time-travel, where fighter pilot Colter Stevens is sent back over and over again to discover the identity of a mad bomber, who threatens a passenger train and the whole city of Chicago.
The Mad Bomber of New York tells of early terrorist plots in New York from the early 1960s on up, from the Sunday Bomber who left bombs on subway platforms to The Weather Underground and other groups.
This one involves the antics of three runaway nuns, two Hollywood celebrities, one mad bomber and Pope Paul VI, who remains offstage but serves as the catalyst for all the mayhem in Artie's apartment.
On the home front, we endure humiliating airport pat-downs and a gauntlet of scanners and bullying TSA thugs, all on account of some would-be mad bomber who couldn't even ignite the primitive device secreted in his underclothing.
This summer, Camp Baker offers "Centennial Challenge" games that hark back to the early 20th century - including Blind Pirate and Mad Bomber - that teach some of the basic skills needed to track unobtrusively and signal even when out of earshot.
Once away from their attack-dog expressions, though, I couldn't help wondering how, if I'd been a mad bomber instead of a Bloody Mary'd hack, and my tube had contained Semtex rather than Macleans, the plastic bag would have protected my fellow passengers.
TERRORISTS HAVE BEEN A HOLLYWOOD STAPLE SINCE Hitchcock introduced the mad bomber in Sabotage (1936) and unleashed foreign sleeper agents on American landmarks in Saboteur (1942).
The ad, in which a young girl pulls the petals off a flower until a mushroom cloud fills the screen, effectively painted Goldwater as a mad bomber and helped lead to his crushing defeat at the polls.
We act as if a mad bomber bent on mass murder will be deterred by the threat of a parking ticket.
LAPD officer Jack Tavern (Keanu Reeves) ruins mad bomber Howard Payne's plan to blow up a group of executives trapped in an elevator.