Each week, a new story or roundtable talk about lost artifacts, paintings, locations, and treasures. Who created them? Who lost them? And where might we find them again?
The Trove Halloween Episode: Too Many Frickin’ Mummies
ARGHH! Courtney and Max discuss what scares them, their own spooky encounters, as well as curses, curses, and more curses!
* Cursed mummies!
* Cursed Pompeii
* Cursed witch symbols!
* And more!
The Relic Halloween Special 2020: Scary Movies with Filmmaker Shane Anderson
Because the world isn’t scary enough, Relic celebrates Halloween 2020 with a look into some horror movies that were almost lost, and some influential titles. We’re joined by special guest, Shane Anderson, filmmaker and host of the Mighty Motion Picture Rangers Podcast. We discuss how one of the most influential horror films of all time was almost a lost treasure; the waves and booms of the horror genre; some of our favorite fights; and the difference between American and Australian horror movies.
You can check out some of Shane’s work, featured here.
MMPR on Spotify
Tales From The Reliquary – Episode 3: Tape 342
In 1973, President Richard Nixon is accused of spying on his political opponents and undermining the constitution of the United States of America. His secret recordings are handed over to the authorities, but a mysterious eighteen-and-a-half minute gap remained…
New project announcement! While Relic will release intermittently until next year, you can check out my other project: Arcanum Age.It’s a multimedia fantasy/sci-fi series told over e-book and audio.
Tales from the Reliquary – Episode 2: And Your Little Dog Too
The most iconic prop in Hollywood history…stolen! The weird saga behind the heist of the Ruby Slippers.
Tales from the Reliquary – Episode 1: A Bell for Buddha
Surprise! Formerly a Relic Patron exclusive, this minisode focuses on the very lost (and very big) bell of a Burmese king.
Stay tuned for a few more releases, fresh from the Patreon.
Episode 52 – It Belongs in a Museum! – Lost Libraries
Special guest: author and podcaster Moxie LaBouche, host of “Your Brain on Facts“.
In this episode, we tackle two great literary losses: The Library of Alexandria and The Library of Ivan The Terrible.
Check out Moxie’s book here!
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Relic is one of my favourite podcasts. The research is great, the stories covered are always fascinating and almost always ones which haven’t been covered by every other historical mystery type show. The narration is witty and genuinely interesting and feels well informed. Thanks Maxwell!