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Feb 5, 2021
subject matter right up my street, but the narrator's going to take some getting used to, half the time she sounds like a tape recorder on fast forward 😱
Dec 17, 2020
the narrator draws out some words for what seems like dramatic effect, which, when speaking about sensitive topics, comes off as disrespectful.
Sep 3, 2020
How Robert Smalls went from stealing a Confederate ship to gain his freedom, to owning the very mansion he'd been enslaved in.
|Feb 25, 2021|
Though there have been several attempted coup d'états on American soil, this is the story of the only successful one to date.
|Feb 11, 2021|
On the Trail
Believing they'd found peace on land no one else wanted, the Osage soon became more hunted than ever.
|Jan 28, 2021|
George Parrott claimed to have ridden with Butch Cassidy and Jesse James, but his legendary status has nothing to do with being an outlaw.
|Jan 14, 2021|
An inoculation for smallpox should have been something to celebrate. Instead, it caused outrage and violence.
|Dec 31, 2020|
Life on British Prison Ships during the Revolutionary War, and the horrifying tale of a man who spent time aboard the most notorious of them all: the HMS Jersey.
|Dec 17, 2020|
In the Flesh
The story about how stolen corpses played a crucial role in the development of Western medicine -- and how one man made a living at the center of the trade.
|Dec 03, 2020|
A life insurance scheme involving murder, fraud, and a whole lot of alcohol. But some things just don't go the way they're planned.
|Nov 19, 2020|
Prophets Over People
How one woman found God, murder, and the Anti Christ -- multiple times! -- in 1850s Connecticut.
|Nov 05, 2020|
Seeds of Change
One man's quest to control the weather in Southern California -- with disastrous results that would change a city forever. Weather control has always been a vestige of the gods -- or so we've always thought. But there way one man at the turn of the century who convinced people otherwise -- with disastrous results.
|Oct 22, 2020|
Body of Truth
It was a long time before President Abraham Lincoln would finally rest in peace -- his corpse would first have to survive counterfitters and grave-robbers.
|Oct 08, 2020|
Political intrigue and murder in the aftermath of an American invasion of Canada in 1866.
|Sep 24, 2020|
The darker side of American horse racing, and the shadows cast by some of the tragedies along the way.
|Sep 10, 2020|
One man's obsession with lonely hearts ads of a century ago, and his abuse of the false trust they engendered.
|Aug 27, 2020|
At the intersection of scientific advancement and tragedy is the story of US Radium and the young women who stood up to them.
|Aug 13, 2020|
Official Trailer - American Shadows
American Shadows is a bi-weekly podcast from iHeartRadio and Aaron Mahnke’s Grim & Mild. The show focuses on the darker stories from American history: the people, places, and things that are hidden and forgotten in the shadows. From better-known tales like the conspiracy to steal Lincoln’s body, to less-known stories, like the rainmaker who flooded San Diego. Join host Lauren Vogelbaum as she spans two centuries of omitted lore from our country’s history books.
|Aug 05, 2020|