Twitter | Search | |
Just A Story Podcast
We take a look at the stories we tell over and over again. What our myths, misdeed, fears and fables say about us as humans. Also creators of Audio Dime Museum
4,788
Tweets
428
Following
973
Followers
Tweets
Just A Story Podcast retweeted
JP Sewell Sep 20
Raven crisis - less than six ravens at the Tower and the kingdom will fall.
Reply Retweet Like
Just A Story Podcast Sep 17
hey! My 8 year old loves your books (ok fine, I do too 😄) I was wondering if you had any recommendations of books in the same vein for him. Thanks!
Reply Retweet Like
Just A Story Podcast retweeted
Last Seen Podcast Sep 16
We’ve been looking into the holy grail of art crime: the theft of 13 irreplaceable artworks from the Gardner Museum. We wanted to know why, after 28 years, this theft hasn't been solved. Listen to our new podcast with the now:
Reply Retweet Like
Just A Story Podcast retweeted
Twin Dad Sep 10
Do you have a friend, a coworker, an acquaintance who isn't acting normal? Reach out. Ask them if they are really Scott Bakula attempting to change history for the better.
Reply Retweet Like
Just A Story Podcast Sep 12
Reply Retweet Like
Just A Story Podcast retweeted
TMBWBITWT Sep 11
THE MCELROY BROTHERS WILL BE IN TROLLS 2
Reply Retweet Like
Just A Story Podcast Sep 10
Reply Retweet Like
Just A Story Podcast Sep 6
Reply Retweet Like
Just A Story Podcast retweeted
Chris Woodyard Sep 6
The rural equivalent of urban legends, spread virally on the web: The sinister stories of Ohio's legendary "Helltown" examined by James Willis.
Reply Retweet Like
Just A Story Podcast retweeted
Kiki Dombrowski Sep 6
Old Stone Fort in Tennessee has ancient walls constructed by Native Americans to align with the Summer Solstice. The area went on to gain fame in the 19th century with the reported discovery of giant skeletons in one of its many caves along the Big Duck River.
Reply Retweet Like
Just A Story Podcast Sep 6
Vincenzo Peruggia, who stole the Mona Lisa from The Louvre
Reply Retweet Like
Just A Story Podcast retweeted
Pedlarsandpetticoats Sep 6
London has some peculiar connections to ancient Egypt. Spectres, screams & suicides haunt Cleoptra's Needle on the Embankment.The ghost of Amun-Ra is said to use a secret tunnel from the Egyptian room at to Holborn for nefarious acts & abductions
Reply Retweet Like
Just A Story Podcast retweeted
Maria J Pérez Cuervo Sep 6
Orford, Suffolk, where a feral man covered in hair was caught by local fishermen in the 12th century. Legend has it he was a merman. He was held captive in Orford Castle, but he managed to escape.
Reply Retweet Like
Just A Story Podcast Sep 6
King’s Tavern in Natchez Mississippi is one of the oldest, dating back to the 1700s, and most haunted buildings in the South. Hidden bodies found in the chimney, a cursed dagger, ghostly highwaymen, and a murdered servant girl....
Reply Retweet Like
Just A Story Podcast Sep 5
Reply Retweet Like
Just A Story Podcast Sep 5
Replying to @SuperShan20
Who would do that!?
Reply Retweet Like
Just A Story Podcast retweeted
Shannon Schultz Sep 5
You guys are so on topic lately. Here’s a museum heist for the books!
Reply Retweet Like
Just A Story Podcast Sep 5
A case of (most likely) mass hysteria.... going on in real time
Reply Retweet Like
Just A Story Podcast Sep 5
I love this so much!
Reply Retweet Like
Just A Story Podcast Sep 4
Great article on the first Maroon colony in the now US, dating back to 1738
Reply Retweet Like