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A collection of legitimately fascinating stories from history and science.

Latest Episodes

-049- Dead Reckoning

The 18th century misadventures of HMS Wager and her reluctant crew

73 MIN4 days ago
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-049- Dead Reckoning

-048- The Eponymous Mr. Ponzi

The little known story of an age-old scam

42 MIN1 weeks ago
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-048- The Eponymous Mr. Ponzi

-047- The Most Modern Of Modern Sports

The secret runaway success of Kenneth Gandar-Dower’s racing cheetahs.

35 MINAPR 15
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-047- The Most Modern Of Modern Sports

-046- A Debaculous Fiasco

The most expensive, bizarre, and obscure work ever created by Dr. Seuss.

30 MIN2018 NOV 5
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-046- A Debaculous Fiasco

-045- Drawing The Shorter Straw

Working almost single-handedly, visionary Argentine filmmaker Quirino Cristiani created full-length animated films between 1917 and 1931. He has since been all but forgotten.

40 MIN2018 JUL 30
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-045- Drawing The Shorter Straw

-044- The Curse Of Konzo

In 1981, an international group of doctors identified the devastating disease behind a perplexing outbreak of paralysis in northern Mozambique.

25 MIN2018 MAY 2
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-044- The Curse Of Konzo

-043- A Jarring Revelation

Amanda Theodosia Jones was a 19th-century poet, entrepreneur, and inventor who found inspiration in some unlikely places.

13 MIN2018 MAR 30
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-043- A Jarring Revelation

-042- Death By Derivatives

The opening of a canal in 1848 led to the birth of modern financial derivatives, and the early demise of some of the men who traded them

14 MIN2017 NOV 21
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-042- Death By Derivatives

-041- Ghoulish Acts & Dastardly Deeds

In the 1950s, an anonymous terrorist planted a pipe bomb in a New York City public space. Then another. And another.

54 MIN2017 JUL 30
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-041- Ghoulish Acts & Dastardly Deeds

-040- No Country For Ye Olde Men

Britain’s practice of transporting convicts to American colonies was a fearsome punishment, but not for the chronic criminal James Dalton.

12 MIN2017 JUL 18
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-040- No Country For Ye Olde Men

Latest Episodes

-049- Dead Reckoning

The 18th century misadventures of HMS Wager and her reluctant crew

73 MIN4 days ago
Comments
-049- Dead Reckoning

-048- The Eponymous Mr. Ponzi

The little known story of an age-old scam

42 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
-048- The Eponymous Mr. Ponzi

-047- The Most Modern Of Modern Sports

The secret runaway success of Kenneth Gandar-Dower’s racing cheetahs.

35 MINAPR 15
Comments
-047- The Most Modern Of Modern Sports

-046- A Debaculous Fiasco

The most expensive, bizarre, and obscure work ever created by Dr. Seuss.

30 MIN2018 NOV 5
Comments
-046- A Debaculous Fiasco

-045- Drawing The Shorter Straw

Working almost single-handedly, visionary Argentine filmmaker Quirino Cristiani created full-length animated films between 1917 and 1931. He has since been all but forgotten.

40 MIN2018 JUL 30
Comments
-045- Drawing The Shorter Straw

-044- The Curse Of Konzo

In 1981, an international group of doctors identified the devastating disease behind a perplexing outbreak of paralysis in northern Mozambique.

25 MIN2018 MAY 2
Comments
-044- The Curse Of Konzo

-043- A Jarring Revelation

Amanda Theodosia Jones was a 19th-century poet, entrepreneur, and inventor who found inspiration in some unlikely places.

13 MIN2018 MAR 30
Comments
-043- A Jarring Revelation

-042- Death By Derivatives

The opening of a canal in 1848 led to the birth of modern financial derivatives, and the early demise of some of the men who traded them

14 MIN2017 NOV 21
Comments
-042- Death By Derivatives

-041- Ghoulish Acts & Dastardly Deeds

In the 1950s, an anonymous terrorist planted a pipe bomb in a New York City public space. Then another. And another.

54 MIN2017 JUL 30
Comments
-041- Ghoulish Acts & Dastardly Deeds

-040- No Country For Ye Olde Men

Britain’s practice of transporting convicts to American colonies was a fearsome punishment, but not for the chronic criminal James Dalton.

12 MIN2017 JUL 18
Comments
-040- No Country For Ye Olde Men

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