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#228: SEAN CRIBBIN "Escaping a Serial Killer" "WAS I NEXT?" Part 2 Too Posh Podcast

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We welcome the team of the Canadian feature documentary detailing the nearly fatal encounter on July 26, 2017 between Sean Cribbin and Canada's biggest serial killer Bruce McArthur. Follow Sean on his journey through the psychological storm of PTSD, Survivors Guilt and Victim Shaming.

This podcast gives an amazing behind the scenes look with the entire team of the highly anticipated, award winning documentary "WAS I NEXT?". You must stay to the end and listen to each of their
FINAL THOUGHTS about what it meant to them to make this documentary - such a sensitive story with very personal information.
There was not a dry eye in the house.

Sean Cribbin has been able to heal a tremendous amount over the last couple of years since he escaped the most notorious serial killer in Canada, Bruce McArthur.

This episode gives the executive producers, Tami Rydall, Craig Huckerby as well as producer Bill Greer and musical director Steve Sauder and of course Sean Cribbin an opportunity to really talk about how they came together to make this amazing team and produce their first full documentary.

Tami, a single mother of 5 daughters says that it is such an important story to be told and she is so honored and grateful that Sean trusted her with his story and her passion for this documentary is far beyond what she can explain.

Billy wanted to make sure that Sean's wish to remember all 8 victims would be honored. Here are the names of the victims Skandaraj Navaratnam, Abdulbasir Faizi, Majeed Kayhan, Soroush Mahmudi, Kirushna Kumar Kanagaratnam, Dean Lisowick, Selim Esen and Andrew Kinsman.
If you would like to know more about them we have included a link. .

It was most important for Billy that the person that would interview Sean would have a big heart and not judge in order to make Sean have setbacks since you are talking about a lot of really far out stuff.
Tami was perfect for the job.

Billy remembers the time when he was homeless 25 years ago and Sean and his partner at the time took him in and that changed the course of his life and got him back on his feet.

About 3/4 way through filming Sean had a bacterial pneumonia that went septic. He was dying. The hospital told his partner Steve that Sean would not be coming home and to get his family together. The sepsis had gone into his
bloodstream. His organs were shutting down and he almost was put into a medical induced coma. By some miracle he survived, but was in the hospital for 6 weeks.

At the same time executive producer Craig experienced severe heart trouble and had to have open heart surgery.

Sean is using this documentary as a catalyst to spread Internet Safety Awareness for everyone. He wants the hashtag #tellsomeone to trend everywhere so people always tell someone they know where they are going and with whom.

"HEALING, EMPATHY, UNDERSTANDING, LOVE AND PEACE" is what they want to spread across the world with this documentary.

We talk about the touching scenes from the celebration called Illumination Night which honored all the victims and Sean got to plant a tree and hug lots of people.
Sean says that was a cathartic moment for him and he was able to let a lot of stuff go.

At the time of this recording the documentary has won over 50 awards worldwide from film festivals.

Billy's biggest dream for the documentary was to make sure that their friend was totally healed and taken care of.

There were many critical moments during filming, but they pulled it off.

Sean felt very lost after almost becoming the 9th victim and he wanted to make sure to have his story heard and that "HE MATTERS".

This is when Craig, Tami, Billy, Steve and Sean give their final thoughts and it is a MUST LISTEN!! Do not miss this.

IN THE END SEAN IS A HUMAN BEING AND...

We welcome the team of the Canadian feature documentary detailing the nearly fatal encounter on July 26, 2017 between Sean Cribbin and Canada's biggest serial killer Bruce McArthur. Follow Sean on his journey through the psychological storm of PTSD, Survivors Guilt and Victim Shaming.

This podcast gives an amazing behind the scenes look with the entire team of the highly anticipated, award winning documentary "WAS I NEXT?". You must stay to the end and listen to each of their
FINAL THOUGHTS about what it meant to them to make this documentary - such a sensitive story with very personal information.
There was not a dry eye in the house.

Sean Cribbin has been able to heal a tremendous amount over the last couple of years since he escaped the most notorious serial killer in Canada, Bruce McArthur.

This episode gives the executive producers, Tami Rydall, Craig Huckerby as well as producer Bill Greer and musical director Steve Sauder and of course Sean Cribbin an opportunity to really talk about how they came together to make this amazing team and produce their first full documentary.

Tami, a single mother of 5 daughters says that it is such an important story to be told and she is so honored and grateful that Sean trusted her with his story and her passion for this documentary is far beyond what she can explain.

Billy wanted to make sure that Sean's wish to remember all 8 victims would be honored. Here are the names of the victims Skandaraj Navaratnam, Abdulbasir Faizi, Majeed Kayhan, Soroush Mahmudi, Kirushna Kumar Kanagaratnam, Dean Lisowick, Selim Esen and Andrew Kinsman.
If you would like to know more about them we have included a link. .

It was most important for Billy that the person that would interview Sean would have a big heart and not judge in order to make Sean have setbacks since you are talking about a lot of really far out stuff.
Tami was perfect for the job.

Billy remembers the time when he was homeless 25 years ago and Sean and his partner at the time took him in and that changed the course of his life and got him back on his feet.

About 3/4 way through filming Sean had a bacterial pneumonia that went septic. He was dying. The hospital told his partner Steve that Sean would not be coming home and to get his family together. The sepsis had gone into his
bloodstream. His organs were shutting down and he almost was put into a medical induced coma. By some miracle he survived, but was in the hospital for 6 weeks.

At the same time executive producer Craig experienced severe heart trouble and had to have open heart surgery.

Sean is using this documentary as a catalyst to spread Internet Safety Awareness for everyone. He wants the hashtag #tellsomeone to trend everywhere so people always tell someone they know where they are going and with whom.

"HEALING, EMPATHY, UNDERSTANDING, LOVE AND PEACE" is what they want to spread across the world with this documentary.

We talk about the touching scenes from the celebration called Illumination Night which honored all the victims and Sean got to plant a tree and hug lots of people.
Sean says that was a cathartic moment for him and he was able to let a lot of stuff go.

At the time of this recording the documentary has won over 50 awards worldwide from film festivals.

Billy's biggest dream for the documentary was to make sure that their friend was totally healed and taken care of.

There were many critical moments during filming, but they pulled it off.

Sean felt very lost after almost becoming the 9th victim and he wanted to make sure to have his story heard and that "HE MATTERS".

This is when Craig, Tami, Billy, Steve and Sean give their final thoughts and it is a MUST LISTEN!! Do not miss this.

IN THE END SEAN IS A HUMAN BEING AND...

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