118 episodes

History Uncovered is brought to you by the digital publisher All That’s Interesting, where we explore all things weird and bizarre in the natural world and the world past. Each Wednesday, we take a deep dive into a topic we haven’t been able to stop thinking about.

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    • 3.6 • 16 Ratings

History Uncovered is brought to you by the digital publisher All That’s Interesting, where we explore all things weird and bizarre in the natural world and the world past. Each Wednesday, we take a deep dive into a topic we haven’t been able to stop thinking about.

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Follow our page on Facebook: HistoryRevealed
Follow us on Instagram: @realhistoryuncovered
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Please contact advertising@airwavemedia.com if you would like to advertise on our podcast. History Uncovered is part of the Airwave Media network: www.airwavemedia.com

    When Teddy Roosevelt Was Shot By An Assassin — Then Gave A Speech

    When Teddy Roosevelt Was Shot By An Assassin — Then Gave A Speech

    On October 14, 1912, Teddy Roosevelt — then running for an unprecedented third term under the banner of the Bull Moose Party — set out to give a speech at the Milwaukee Auditorium in Wisconsin. En route, he crossed paths with a mentally ill saloon owner named John Schrank.

    For some reason, Schrank had become convinced that Roosevelt had assassinated President William McKinley in 1901. And so Schrank waited with the crowd, then fired at Roosevelt with a Colt revolver.

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    • 36 min
    History Happy Hour, March 2024: A Plague Grave With 1,000 Skeletons, A 500-Year-Old Jesus Ring, And More

    History Happy Hour, March 2024: A Plague Grave With 1,000 Skeletons, A 500-Year-Old Jesus Ring, And More

    It’s the end of March 2024, and we’ve handpicked a few of our favorite history stories from this month. Today, we’ll be talking about…

    The discovery of a mass grave of Black Death victims in Nuremberg…
    …the story of how a well-preserved Ming tomb was found in China…
    …how archaeologists finally unearthed the missing half of a Ramses II statue in Egypt…
    …the discovery of Europe's oldest known human settlement in Ukraine…
    …and the discovery of a golden ring with Christ imagery in Sweden…
    …as well as a number of historical anniversaries from March, including the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, the discovery of China's terracotta army, and much more.

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    • 41 min
    The Truth About Mary Magdalene

    The Truth About Mary Magdalene

    Most depictions of Mary Magdalene in popular culture characterize her in the same way: as a sex worker. In the musical Jesus Christ Superstar, for example, Mary is critiqued by Judas for her "profession" and later describes how she's quote-unquote "had so many men." Indeed, most people, when asked to describe Mary Magdalene, would probably say she was a sex worker, one who became a symbol of forgiveness and redemption through her relationship with Jesus.
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    • 32 min
    Osage Murders: The True Story Behind 'Killers Of The Flower Moon'

    Osage Murders: The True Story Behind 'Killers Of The Flower Moon'

    In the 1920s, the hills of northeast Oklahoma were soaked in oil — and blood. Though the oil deposits found in the area had made the Osage Native Americans who owned the land rich, tribe members soon began to die at an alarming rate. And they often died in shocking and violent ways.
    This is the true story of the Osage Indian Murders and Killers of the Flower Moon. 
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    • 32 min
    Jack The Ripper, Episode 6: Who Was The Whitechapel Murderer?

    Jack The Ripper, Episode 6: Who Was The Whitechapel Murderer?

    So who was Jack the Ripper? More than a century later, the killer's identity continues to elude investigators. Some theories are outlandish — like that writer Lewis Carroll or even British royal Prince Albert Victor were behind the heinous crimes. Some theories appear to be supported by DNA — as in the case of Polish barber Aaron Kosminski. Then again, theories like these also assume that Jack the Ripper was a man — and not a murderous local woman.
    Here are some of the most likely — and most interesting — Jack Ripper suspects that have emerged since his reign of terror in 1888. We'll discuss who these suspects are and why investigators believe they could have been the notorious killer.
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    • 46 min
    History Happy Hour, February 2024: The Titanic Of The Alps, Amelia Earhart's Plane, And More

    History Happy Hour, February 2024: The Titanic Of The Alps, Amelia Earhart's Plane, And More

    It’s the end of February 2024, and we’ve handpicked a few of our favorite history stories from this month. Today, we’ll be talking about…

    How Amelia Earhart's missing plane may have been found in the Pacific Ocean…
    …the discovery of a warrior's grave in Hungary, with intact armor and his horse…
    …how archaeologists in London unearthed the city's first fully intact Roman funerary bed…
    …the recovery of the so-called "Titanic of the Alps" shipwreck in Switzerland…
    …and the historical mystery behind another shipwreck discovered in Lake Superior.
    …as well as a number of historical anniversaries from February, including the launch of Facebook, the arrival of the Beatles in New York City, and the foundation of the NAACP.

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    • 43 min

Customer Reviews

3.6 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

spoookymulder ,

So good

Interesting and easy listening for horror and history fans!

dinom guildford ,

Cheerio

It’s just the voices.. unbearable. Content good.

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