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We're All Mad Here

We're All Mad Here

We're All Mad Here

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The history of mental illness is insane.

Latest Episodes

123: The Hollywood Pilot

Jimmy Stewart is one of the most famous actors in Hollywood history. He was also a pilot during World War 2. Returning with hearing loss, a hair-trigger temper, and PTSD, Jimmy wasn’t sure if it was worth it to return to Hollywood, or even continue with his life. www.patreon.com/allmadpodcast

12 MIN1 w ago
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123: The Hollywood Pilot

122: Code 12

When Christine Collins’ nine year old son Walter went missing in 1928, she insisted the LAPD find him. When they introduced her to a boy who claimed he was Walter, Christine knew he wasn’t her son. Considering her too much trouble, the LAPD committed her to the Psychopathic Ward of the Los Angeles County Hospital. But there was even more to Walter’s disappearance than just a boy gone missing and another acting as an imposter. Christine’s story would soon be found to be connected to a serial killing mother-son team and one of the most devastating murder cases in California history. www.patreon.com/allmadpodcast

20 MIN3 w ago
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122: Code 12

121: Churchill’s Black Dog

Winston Churchill is one of history’s most famous depressives. But as one of the most noted Churchill biographer was working on his own book about the man, he realized that there was almost no evidence to support the claim that Churchill had a diagnosis of depression. How did someone with no depression diagnosis become famous for conquering his depression to save the world? Main sources: Podcast: What Really Happened? hosted by Andrew Jenks Book: Clementine by Sophia Purnell www.patreon.com/allmadpodcast

20 MINAPR 23
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121: Churchill’s Black Dog

120: Goth Girl

If Mary Wollstonecraft was the first feminist, her daughter, Mary Shelley, was the first “goth girl.” The author of Frankenstein, Mary battled with depression for most of her life. She doubted her writing talent, her husband had a wandering eye, and all but one of her children died. Still, she managed to created a completely new genre of writing and break some glass ceilings on the way. www.patreon.com/allmadpodcast

21 MINAPR 8
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120: Goth Girl

119: A New Genus

Mary Wollstonecraft is considered by some to be the first feminist. Brave though she was, she still suffered from depression, attempting suicide several times. In her short life, she had an impressive amount of adventures and produced an amazing amount of writing. www.patreon.com/allmadpodcast

19 MINMAR 25
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119: A New Genus

118: The Fever

Why are we furiously washing our hands to try and prevent getting the Corona Virus? Because of this week’s subject! www.patreon.com/allmadpodcast

17 MINMAR 14
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118: The Fever

117: All These Delicate Things

Francesca Woodman, with her dark, Gothic photographs and a life ended in suicide, was the quintessential “depressed artist.” Or was she? patreon.com/allmadpodcast

19 MINFEB 28
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117: All These Delicate Things

116: Deprimere

Rachel talks about depression, something she is very familiar with. Artwork by Suhana patreon.com/allmadpodcast

22 MINFEB 14
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116: Deprimere

115: Affluenza

16 year old Ethan Couch took a drunken joyride in 2013 that led to 4 deaths and 9 injuries- yet was only sentenced to rehabilitation. Why? Because a psychologist testified that Ethan suffered from affluenza- meaning, he was too rich to understand that actions had consequences. Is affluenza real? How will this ruling affect similar cases in the future? PROMO: Fresh Hell Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fresh-hell-podcast/id1456161753 www.pateron.com/allmadpodcast

19 MINJAN 30
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115: Affluenza

114: The Reformer

Dorothea Dix suffered an abusive childhood, but escaped through school and, eventually teaching. After a nervous breakdown, Dorothea went abroad for a vacation, but ended up falling in with a group of healthcare reformers. She adopted their method of investigating hospitals and reporting her findings to the government and took it home to America. She traveled through the US, trying to fix the mental health system and treatment of the insane. What she left behind was a kinder, more efficient healthcare system. (Please forgive the audio quality… it’s been quite a week.) www.patreon.com/allmadpodcast

14 MINJAN 10
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114: The Reformer

Latest Episodes

123: The Hollywood Pilot

Jimmy Stewart is one of the most famous actors in Hollywood history. He was also a pilot during World War 2. Returning with hearing loss, a hair-trigger temper, and PTSD, Jimmy wasn’t sure if it was worth it to return to Hollywood, or even continue with his life. www.patreon.com/allmadpodcast

12 MIN1 w ago
Comments
123: The Hollywood Pilot

122: Code 12

When Christine Collins’ nine year old son Walter went missing in 1928, she insisted the LAPD find him. When they introduced her to a boy who claimed he was Walter, Christine knew he wasn’t her son. Considering her too much trouble, the LAPD committed her to the Psychopathic Ward of the Los Angeles County Hospital. But there was even more to Walter’s disappearance than just a boy gone missing and another acting as an imposter. Christine’s story would soon be found to be connected to a serial killing mother-son team and one of the most devastating murder cases in California history. www.patreon.com/allmadpodcast

20 MIN3 w ago
Comments
122: Code 12

121: Churchill’s Black Dog

Winston Churchill is one of history’s most famous depressives. But as one of the most noted Churchill biographer was working on his own book about the man, he realized that there was almost no evidence to support the claim that Churchill had a diagnosis of depression. How did someone with no depression diagnosis become famous for conquering his depression to save the world? Main sources: Podcast: What Really Happened? hosted by Andrew Jenks Book: Clementine by Sophia Purnell www.patreon.com/allmadpodcast

20 MINAPR 23
Comments
121: Churchill’s Black Dog

120: Goth Girl

If Mary Wollstonecraft was the first feminist, her daughter, Mary Shelley, was the first “goth girl.” The author of Frankenstein, Mary battled with depression for most of her life. She doubted her writing talent, her husband had a wandering eye, and all but one of her children died. Still, she managed to created a completely new genre of writing and break some glass ceilings on the way. www.patreon.com/allmadpodcast

21 MINAPR 8
Comments
120: Goth Girl

119: A New Genus

Mary Wollstonecraft is considered by some to be the first feminist. Brave though she was, she still suffered from depression, attempting suicide several times. In her short life, she had an impressive amount of adventures and produced an amazing amount of writing. www.patreon.com/allmadpodcast

19 MINMAR 25
Comments
119: A New Genus

118: The Fever

Why are we furiously washing our hands to try and prevent getting the Corona Virus? Because of this week’s subject! www.patreon.com/allmadpodcast

17 MINMAR 14
Comments
118: The Fever

117: All These Delicate Things

Francesca Woodman, with her dark, Gothic photographs and a life ended in suicide, was the quintessential “depressed artist.” Or was she? patreon.com/allmadpodcast

19 MINFEB 28
Comments
117: All These Delicate Things

116: Deprimere

Rachel talks about depression, something she is very familiar with. Artwork by Suhana patreon.com/allmadpodcast

22 MINFEB 14
Comments
116: Deprimere

115: Affluenza

16 year old Ethan Couch took a drunken joyride in 2013 that led to 4 deaths and 9 injuries- yet was only sentenced to rehabilitation. Why? Because a psychologist testified that Ethan suffered from affluenza- meaning, he was too rich to understand that actions had consequences. Is affluenza real? How will this ruling affect similar cases in the future? PROMO: Fresh Hell Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fresh-hell-podcast/id1456161753 www.pateron.com/allmadpodcast

19 MINJAN 30
Comments
115: Affluenza

114: The Reformer

Dorothea Dix suffered an abusive childhood, but escaped through school and, eventually teaching. After a nervous breakdown, Dorothea went abroad for a vacation, but ended up falling in with a group of healthcare reformers. She adopted their method of investigating hospitals and reporting her findings to the government and took it home to America. She traveled through the US, trying to fix the mental health system and treatment of the insane. What she left behind was a kinder, more efficient healthcare system. (Please forgive the audio quality… it’s been quite a week.) www.patreon.com/allmadpodcast

14 MINJAN 10
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114: The Reformer

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