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Murder 101

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In a small Tennessee town, a local serial killer was caught by the most unlikely investigators: A group of high school students, led by their teacher, Alex Campbell. Throughout the course of one school semester, the class pieced together a 30-year-old mystery and identified the killer behind at least six brutal murders. Shockingly, while the Tennessee Bureau of Investigations publicly agrees with their theory, no charges have been filed against the murderer. While some sleuthing students alr ...
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Hosted by founder of The Local Mythstorian project, Eli Lewis-Lycett, each episode focuses on Eli's extensive research into a piece of folklore or curious local history from across Cheshire, Derbyshire or Staffordshire, revealing the hidden story within. Eli Lewis-Lycett is an independent writer and podcaster, feature writer for Haunted Magazine and resident folklore columnist for Cheshire Life Magazine. thelocalmythstorian.com
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Mainely History

Ian Saxine & Tiffany Link

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Unscripted conversations about Maine and New England history. Join Ian Saxine and Tiffany Link as they speak with writers, curators, and other knowledgeable guests, connecting colorful local stories to big ideas.
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Welcome to Love Your Local Larder, a podcast that celebrates the passion and inspiring stories behind locally sourced produce. Join us as we interview producers, chefs, and other food enthusiasts who share a love for good food and the community it brings. Get ready to discover the rich history and unique flavours of your local larder!
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People know their hometowns by streets, a favourite restaurant or the local mall. Crime Reporter Nancy Hixt knows hers by the crime scenes she's been to over the past 20 years. Journey deep inside some of Canada’s most high-profile criminal cases. Each episode will take you inside the story to give you details you didn't hear on the news. Winner of the 2020 & 2023 Edward R. Murrow Award (RTDNA).
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Each weekday, host Janet Michael hosts thirty minutes of conversation on topics such as tourism, business, events, healthcare, education, law enforcement, history, local government and more. Guests are recorded (mostly) in advance, some via computer and some in person. The conversations happen in local coffee shops, at local businesses, during local events. Local people making things happen in their community. The program airs just a few minutes after noon every weekday on The River 95.3 and ...
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Join best friends, Nicole and Noelle in the Haunted Attic as they talk about all sorts of strange and unusual topics. From history's most nefarious cults, local ghost stories, conspiracies, murder mysteries, paranormal activities, urban legends, UFO phenomena, and unexplained events. Nothing is off limits but everything is unusual, come get weird with us and remember to Celebrate the Strange and Keep it Unusual! Find us on social media @QuiteUnusualPod - Email us at QuiteUnusualPod@gmail.com ...
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A series that seeks to tell the story of the South Africa in some depth. Presented by experienced broadcaster/podcaster Des Latham and updated weekly, the episodes will take a listener through the various epochs that have made up the story of South Africa.
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UK comedian The Honourable Tom Houghton takes us inside Britain’s stately homes, castles and country estates to hear about their local histories, the scandals, the mysteries and occasionally the odd ghost that makes up the fabric of what they are. These are the tales you won’t hear in the guidebook.
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Join Jennifer & Brianna, two enthusiastic realtors with a deep love for their home state as they uncover local towns & communities, unique spaces & places, and the rich history that makes Kentucky a fantastic destination for both residents and visitors. This podcast is your go-to guide for all things Kentucky, featuring local business and events, community spotlights, and a focus on the people and stories that make each town unique. You'll come away with a newfound appreaciation for the beau ...
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Every week, journalist, broadcaster and local historian, Annemarie Evans, explores Hong Kong, digging up many (often forgotten or unknown) aspects of our cultural, architectural, and artistic heritage. Listen live via Radio 3's homepage https://www.rthk.hk/radio/radio3 Saturdays 7.30am - 8.00am (HKT) - first broadcast Sundays 6.15pm - 6.45pm (HKT) - repeat broadcast Podcast available weekly after the first broadcast. If you would like to share your story or some Hong Kong cultural history wi ...
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Past Perspectives

Westmeath Libraries

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A Westmeath Libraries podcast where we chat with a variety of local historians. We'll learn what started them on the path towards history and they'll share some gems of our local history collection
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Then Again

Northeast Georgia History Center

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The Northeast Georgia History Center staff and guests explore the historical context and significance of everything from pop culture to local history in this light-hearted and educational podcast.
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From the 206 to the 253, the 360 to the 425 (and even a little bit of the 509), Kevin Diers is dedicated to showcasing the best that the Northwest has to offer each and every week. Since his early teenage years, Kevin has been scouring the dark, seedy underground venues of this fine state to find up-and-coming bands, and there’s no signs he’ll be emerging from those clubs anytime soon. Kevin is proud to represent the local music scene in one of the most important regions in rock n roll histo ...
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The afikra Podcast is our flagship series featuring experts from academia, art, media and beyond who are helping document and/or shape the histories and cultures of the Arab world through their ‎work. Our hope is that by having the guest share their expertise and story, the community walks away with a new ‎found curiosity and maybe some good recommendations about new nerdy rabbit holes to dive into head first. ‎ afikra | عفكرة is a movement to convert passive interest in the Arab world to ac ...
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It's All History To Me

Sofia Foradori, Victoria Ashley

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Each week, Sofia and Victoria invite local professionals to discuss their work and fields of interests as it relates to their theme for the 2024 spring semester- "Bridging the Past and Present." You can also listen live at WEGL 91.1 on Thursdays at 8am.
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In this podcast, we'll visit 200 Wonders of the World, from the Pyramids to the Great Barrier Reef, to tell the story of our people, our civilization, and our planet. My name is Caroline Vahrenkamp, and I'm a travel junkie. The world is filled with amazing places that reflect the greatest achievements of human accomplishment. In these uncertain times, understanding our great shared history may help to bridge the divides between us. And if not, it will be a fun ride anyway! We'll discuss the ...
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Listen to “The African History Network Show” with Michael Imhotep founder of The African History Network on 910 AM The Superstation WFDF in Detroit, Sundays, 9pm-11pm EST. We focus on Educating, Empowering and Inspiring people of African Descent throughout the Diaspora and around the World because Right Knowledge corrects wrong behavior. Listen LIVE on 910 AM WFDF in Detroit or around the world online at www.910AMSuperstation.com or by downloading the iHeart Radio App to your smartphone or a ...
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KMAS & The Fjord Magazine

Rachel Hansen, Jeff Slakey

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KMAS - The Fjord celebrates what's unique about Hood Canal and South Puget Sound, sharing stories of individuals, examining our shared history a well as highlighting local happenings and festivals. Join us on adventures to discover local hikes, events, and forgotten treasures and learn new ways to enjoy our backyard.
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Welcome to Hometown History, where the forgotten past comes alive. Our mission? To unearth the hidden gems of history that do not make it into the textbooks. Whether it's a local legend that's been overlooked, a historical event that shaped a small town, or a mysterious occurrence lost in the annals of time, we dig deep to bring you the untold stories that deserve to be heard. Tune in as we travel back in time, uncovering the history you thought you knew and introducing you to the stories yo ...
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Retired Biology_Environmental Science educator... passion for old time radio... protecting the environment, civil rights, and volunteer audio/video editing for local radio and TV station. Produced 60+ OTR re-enactments with local actors. 13 years as radio host for "Audio Theater".Just retired (2014) as a volunteer co-host for a show on local cable TV called "Living and Learning with Disabilities" and produced a storytelling program called "True Tales Live" which is found on Soundcloud and ma ...
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PNW Haunts & Homicides

PNW Haunts and Homicides

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Join Caitlyn and Cassie as they chat about true crime, the paranormal, and all kinds of spooky sh*t in the Pacific Northwest. Just two "normal-ish" friends who wanted more local, creepy stories so they never sleep or leave their houses again. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/pnw-haunts-homicides--5955451/support.
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Lancaster Connects

Jeff Giagnocavo, Ben McClure

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Lancaster Connects brings together local charities, local heroes, and local businesses to showcase the best of what Lancaster, PA has to offer so that in 2021 and beyond – our local neighbors and friends may thrive, be more productive, and live happily and generously. The Lancaster Connects Podcast is hosted weekly by Gardner's Mattress & More co-owners Ben McClure & Jeff Giagnocavo, and can be viewed on numerous streaming services as well as listed to on your favorite podcast platforms.
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Join local scumbag Dee, and renowned kommunist A.J. on a sadistic adventure through time. A comical discussion on unusual, unethical, and unfortunate events. Weird deaths? Check. Disease? Check. Nazis? Check. And lots of cannibalism.
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Artists from Bristol present original podcasts about making art, their ideas and art history. - Bricks is a social enterprise with the mission to support local & creative communities to thrive in Bristol. We believe in the civic role of artists and that through collaboration we can have a strong collective voice for inclusive growth in the city.
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James takes listeners through all the sports action from the past weekend, from Sheridan Broncs to Denver Broncos, we will cover all things sports, local and national! Along the way, we may talk about some betting, some mind-numbing stats, some sports history, and more!
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Two ladies with a morbid fascination of the world's odd and eerie histories and mysteries. Every week, we explore a new topic in the true crime and history communities, with a sprinkling of the paranormal. So, come on in...we're waiting...
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The Extra is WXPR’s daily news podcast. Get the news you need to stay informed about your local community – all in six minutes or less. Available weekdays by 1 p.m. Subscribe, listen and support local public radio.
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Southern Stories told by Spooky Gingers. Co-hosts Robin and Zoey talk about a story a week that falls in the general spooky category, including ghosts, unexplained events, true crime, and local cryptids.
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Voices Of Boyle

Carlo Cretaro | Florence Cretaro

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Finally, after years of talking about bringing a podcast to Boyle, we’re live! This podcast is our way of documenting stories about Boyle and its people.So what motivated us to take this big leap into the unknown (it’s our first time recording audio and doing interviews!)? We were lucky enough to spend 7+ years travelling and, like the majority of people that live abroad, we came back to Boyle with a greater appreciation for our hometown, its people and its history.We love the idea of creati ...
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Our Westlake

Emmett Shelton, Sr.

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Austin/Westlake/Texas - Roughly 100 Years Ago. As told by Emmett Shelton Sr.(1905-2000). He was the Original Developer of Westlake Hills, Criminal Defense Lawyer, Political Operative and popular local Storyteller.
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The Seventh Frontier war has burst into flame, and across the Ceded Territory and down into the land around Port Elizabeth amaXhosa warriors are on the warpath, the British have been forced into the defensive. If you remember, Sir Peregrine Maitland declared war on the amaXhosa chief Mgolombane Sandile Ngqika on 1st April 1846 — but the eastern Xho…
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This week we are joined by the lovely hosts of My Skeptical Sister!! After listening we hope you'll find yourself inspired to share a ghostly encounter or two for My Skeptical Sister. Meghann and Erin are more than ready to dissect your spookiest stories, with a healthy dose of skepticism and a side of sisterly love. Check them out at My Skeptical …
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In today's episode Edel talks to Gretta Connell. Gretta worked for many years with Westmeath Libraries, and since her retirement is even busier with local history queries. Her book A Guide to tracing your Westmeath ancestors is a great help for anyone interested in researching their own family history.…
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This afikra podcast episode with Hamed Bukhamseen and Ali Ismail Karimi of Civil Architecture delves into the architectural, geographic, cultural, and historic fabric of "the Gulf". We ask what and where is the Gulf? Is it a concrete geography or an abstract entity? Ali and Hamed reflect on what it means to be of and from this region and how this h…
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In today's episode of Hometown History, we dive deep into the turbulent waters surrounding Alcatraz Island, unearthing the harrowing saga of the Battle of Alcatraz. This tale, far removed from its Hollywood depictions and video game incarnations, reveals the true face of what was considered the most secure prison in America. With its iron-clad secu…
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Join us for an inspiring episode as we sit down with Sandra Valdez, Chief Human Services Officer at the Spanish American Civic Association (SACA) in Lancaster, PA. With over two decades of dedicated service to SACA, Sandra's leadership shines as she advocates for the interests of the Latina/o/x community in the Lancaster region. Her extensive backg…
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In this episode, we trace the remarkable life of O.J. Simpson, from his rise to football stardom to the infamous trial that defined his legacy and the events that followed. Beginning with Simpson's early years as a celebrated athlete and his transition to Hollywood icon, we explore the factors that shaped his public persona and contributed to his f…
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Ep 42--- In this episode, we dive deep into Danny Tiernan's life, exploring his family history, his military journey, and cherished memories of growing up in Boyle. We discuss Danny's grandfather's service in the Connaught Rangers and the significance of the poppy symbol. From reminiscing about Boyle's vibrant characters to refl…
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Join Suzie as she explores Jump/Ship Brewing, Scotland's sole non-alcoholic brewery. Founder Sonja Mitchell shares her journey crafting flavourful beers, driven by her frustration at the lack of options for those seeking a lifestyle free from hangovers. Discover the passion behind the brand, the art of brewing, and the delightful tasting experience…
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Episode Notes In this special program preview, Libba chats with Madison Davis, K-12 Education Coordinator at theMuseum of History and Holocaust Education at Kennesaw State University. Madison will be presenting a program about the Tuskegee Airmen during the Northeast Georgia History Center's next Homeschool Day: World War II on Thursday, April 25th…
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Emmett Shelton, Sr. original developer of Westlake Hills recalls a number of first-hand stories about the early land deals of the western area of Westlake Hills, he referred to as the "Pennisula". Emmett tells of incidents with interesting characters like Rob Roy and Mrs. Davenport and the initial land deals, like a deal Emmett made in1929 to buy 5…
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Our conversation today features Katie Harvard from the Little Garden Club. Katie talks about the significance and history of Historic Garden Week in Virginia, the impact it has on restorations, the collaboration between The Little Garden Club and Winchester-Clark Garden Club, and the details of the upcoming garden tours on April 27th. We discuss th…
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Mason County Search and Rescue is a dedicated 501c3 organization that helps people in their time of need. Jeff talked with some of their volunteers who all undergo extensive training and put in countless hours to assist in search and rescue missions. Despite being donor-funded and volunteer-driven, they collaborate with various agencies and organiz…
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Bonnie Catcher, Jack Bivens, Bob Hartenburger, and Mary Skoll were the actors, Carl Schmidt was the Director. These are three short (less than 9 minutes each) quite funny and well acted plays that were written for Earplay which was produced at WHA Radio by the University of Wisconsin under a grant from the corporation for public broadcasting. They …
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