469: Hiding in Plain Sight

469: Hiding in Plain Sight

Jul 13, 2012
Sometimes when something is happening right under your nose, it becomes even harder to notice than if it were happening in secret. Stories of people of using that to their advantage, including one man who takes down some of the most powerful criminals in the world.
  • For a year, Morgan Block saw her pilates instructor, Mary Archbold, twice a week. She watched closely as Mary demonstrated moves and corrected poses. And still, Morgan never noticed that Mary had a disability that should've been very obvious. (5 1/2 minutes ) Health Care/Medicine

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  • Mary Archbold's story continues. She talks to Ira about the tactics she uses to hide her disability, and why she goes through all the effort to do it. (8 minutes)Health Care/Medicine

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  • Anton DiSclafani tells the story of her desperate search to find a stranger who left something on her porch. Anton's book The Yonahlossee Riding Camp for Girls comes out next summer. (8 1/2 minutes)Technology

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  • For years, Jorge Salcedo was chief of security for the Cali drug cartel in Colombia. He was in charge of protecting some of the most powerful criminals in the world...until he decided to take them down. Karen Lowe tells the story. (35 minutes)Criminal JusticeDrugsHeroism

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