link to the podcast (with twitter card)
Embed code for the latest episode (iframe)
After his death in 1938, a prominent conservationist proved to have a surprising background.
link to the episode (with twitter card)
Embed code (iframe)
In 1930, the residents of a remote Scottish archipelago returned to the mainland.
In 1907, hunter Jim Corbett stalked a Nepalese tiger that had taken 434 victims.
Play along as we untangle six strange-sounding situations using yes-or-no questions.
In 1932 an enigmatic trapper led police on a 300-kilometer chase through northern Canada.
Socialite Rose O'Neal Greenhow established a Confederate spy ring in Washington D.C.
In 1961 a Goya masterpiece disappeared from London's National Gallery.
Frances Glessner Lee created miniature death scenes to train investigators in the 1940s.
In 1909, Alice Ramsey set out to cross the United States by car.
In 1822, eight desperate prisoners fled a penal colony in western Tasmania.