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Two women. Half the population. Several thousand years of history. About an hour. Go.

2:00:13 | Apr 9th, 2018

Louisa May Alcott fictionalized (and sanitized) her childhood reality in her novel Little Women; she left out life in a commune, starvation, 19th century action thriller stories, and becoming the family breadwinner at a young age.

1:29:11 | Sep 30th, 2014

Once a season we obsess over a subject for our Fictional Episode and this time we let ourselves be carried away with Gone With The Wind. The epic book and movie is only part of the story of a free-spirited, rebellious, creative and unconventional Sou...Show More
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1:20:57 | Apr 16th, 2013

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1:13:09 | Nov 12th

Native American Pocahontas was nothing like the cartoon, she was far more interesting.

1:14:25 | Oct 29th

The Winchester Mystery House has intrigued us for almost a century. Its story has always been a dramatic one, full of ghosts, guns, and desperation - but perhaps there is a simpler explanation buried within the life of Sarah Winchester herself.
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