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#26 Craigslist, Horsley's List

May 27, 2015

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Show Notes

Craigslist is the internet’s classifieds section, but it’s also one of its more shadowy corners, where the ads are anonymous and ephemeral. So we found ourselves wondering - what would we find if we replied to a couple? This week, we track down the people behind two intriguing ads. And in the second half of the show - Neal Horsley was an anti-abortion activist who created a website called "The Nuremberg Files," a website that listed the names and addresses of abortion providers around the country. He died last month, but the legacy of his website lives on. We talked to Jennifer Boulanger, a woman who works at a number of abortion clinics, and whose name ended up on Horsley's website in the 90's. 


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Philip Bowden is currently running two GoFundMe accounts - 



one to find a new place to live because his landlord is selling his house, and one to send his dog to the vet. We had extra help on this week's episode from David S. Cohen and Krysten Connon also Living in the Crosshairs: The Untold Stories of Anti-Abortion Terrorism