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Legendary Lasses 9h
Sorry we are a day late in our release! But at 8:00 pm our newest episode will be available! Here's a teaser for you...
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Zombie Fishbowl Podcast 43m
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Generic Podcast Network 12h
THE TURTLE SHIP! 🐢 if you’ve listened to our History in a Hurry about Admiral Yi, then U KNOW 🎧
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Horrifying History 18h
This day in 1778 - Captain James Cook discovers the Hawaiian Islands, naming them the ‘Sandwich Islands’ after the First Lord of the Admiralty, Lord Sandwich.
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EriMin Jan 14
Podcast Suggestion! I recently found a podcast called “Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History”. The WWI series “Blueprint for Armageddon” is absolutely amazing! Check out if this stuff is your cup of tea!
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Horrifying History 18h
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Edward T. O'Donnell 7h
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Casting Lots Podcast Jan 17
Have you liked and followed our page on Facebook yet? We're on all the social media sites!* 💻🍖🎧✔️ *Most of the social media sites.
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History That Doesn’t Suck Jan 16
1 million downloads hit! We've been saying this a lot lately but thank you! Thank you for listening, thank you for reviewing, and thank you for your support!
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Horrifying History Jan 17
Liked our episode Check out its sister episode about a series of so bad that it is now part of folklore Find The Black Donnellys at
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Horrifying History Jan 17
This day in 1773 - Captain James Cook becomes the first person to cross the Antarctic Circle
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Travis Roy Jan 16
For ep 17 of A Very Broad History, we are taking a look at the Disney animated feature The Black Cauldron. Scary, violent, weird, disjointed, messy, beautiful, and a box office bomb, this movie has a story behind the story. Check it out!
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Stigmata Studios Jan 17
"In this episode, let me introduce you to this brand new podcast! THE IMMORTAL HOUR! Link in bio.   "
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History That Doesn’t Suck Jan 16
to our first (official) introduction to ( Episode 14: ). There are so many things to say about Ben and none of them really do him justice. What a life he led! Photo Cred: SARIN IMAGES/THE GRANGER COLLECTION
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Horrifying History Jan 12
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Ransack History Podcast Jan 13
is back!!! This week we excavate the and perseverance behind the first transatlantic cable. Find it wherever you get ! Promos included: and
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Horrifying History Jan 16
Did you know that the Platypus was considered a If you liked our episode check out its sister episode “Cryptids that are Actually Real” at
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Ominous Origins Podcast Jan 17
This is a very special episode. It's about Canada's Highway Of Tears. If you listen, please share. It's rather important. via
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Horrifying History Jan 15
This day in 1624 - Riots flare in Mexico when it is announced that all churches are to be closed.
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Notorious Narratives Podcast Jan 12
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