47:35 | Nov 14th, 2014More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Amelia Earhart is one of the most famous aviators in the world and she flew into the history books in July of 1937 when she and her navigator, Fred Noonan, took off from Lae, Papua New ...Show More
This is the definitive Earhart podcast--until Scott's collaboration comes out later this year! Bone up (no pun intended) on it here!
1:18:09 | Sep 12th, 2015More Details keyboard_arrow_right
On January 27, 1959, a group of outdoor enthusiasts, known as 'tourists' in Russia, consisting of seven men and two women, mostly students and graduates of the Ural Polytechnical Instit...Show More
Such a crazy, mysterious tragedy. I do love unsolved mysteries..
2:02:23 | Nov 27th, 2014More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Did Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan live short lives as castaways, or were they lost at sea after running out of fuel and ditching their Lockheed Electra 10E? Maybe they were taken prisoner, i...Show More
2:56:49 | Oct 13th, 2019More Details keyboard_arrow_right
The interview you’re about to hear is one of the most compelling, fascinating, and terrifying personal accounts we’ve ever come across. We realize it may also be one of the most controversial subject...Show More
1:05:16 | Oct 30th, 2014More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Welcome to episode 3 of Astonishing Legends!
This episode is about the most well documented ongoing physical haunting in the world at the legendary Greyfriars Kirkyard
Links for folks who are intere...Show More
This one started off really slow, but about halfway in it gets better
1:10:25 | Aug 29th, 2015More Details keyboard_arrow_right
While having lunch near the Los Alamos National Laboratory one day with the likes of Edward Teller, "father of the nuclear bomb" Nobel Prize winning physicist Enrico Fermi wondered out ...Show More
I tried to listen to this, but when it comes to science I think I need to read it more than listen tonit
1:15:18 | Jul 7th, 2015More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Pirate treasure? English, French or Spanish military plunder? The secret Rosicrucian works of Sir Francis Bacon and therefore also the possible original missing folios of Shakespeare? Or ...Show More
I love Oak Island but after watching every episode of “the curse of oak island” I don’t feel like there is anything new here. I’m skipping t...Show More
1:08:46 | May 16th, 2015More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Have you ever taken a camping trip by yourself? A trip to get away? Were you alone? Are you sure?
Tonight we interview retired Emergency Room Physician and now published author Dr. Ric...Show More
This story isn’t super creepy, but I think it’s something we can all relate to...KNOWING you are alone and then suddenly being sure you aren...Show More