13 episodes

This podcast takes a look at the lesser known, scandalous ladies in history.

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This podcast takes a look at the lesser known, scandalous ladies in history.

    Fredegund

    Fredegund

    Is Fredegund the real life Cersei Lannister of the Franks? Listen to find out about this tale of sex, manipulation, and murder... Please rate and subscribe! Find me on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. Visuals for each episode are available on the Pinterest page. You can email me at scandalousobscureandfab@gmail.com. You can link to me at @scandalousobscureandfab or #scandalousobscureandfabulous

    • 25 min
    Moll Frith

    Moll Frith

    Find out about the infamous Moll Cutpurse. You know she's gotta be pretty cool to get a badass name like that!

    • 21 min
    Héloïse

    Héloïse

    How did a nun make our list of scandalous, obscure, and fabulous ladies? Listen to find out and decide if its the love story of the centuries or a kind of gross grooming situation...

    • 27 min
    Ankhesenamum

    Ankhesenamum

    Who's ready for my wild Egyptian conspiracy theories?! Listen to learn about Ankhesenamum, Egyptian Queen, and don't be afraid to create some conspiracy theories for yourself!

    • 31 min
    Anacaona

    Anacaona

    Let's learn about the Golden Flower! An amazing queen in her own right! Find out why I'd rather celebrate Anacaona day than Christopher Columbus Day as this intelligent woman deserves it!

    • 22 min
    Queen Ranavalona

    Queen Ranavalona

    Was she truly the Mad Monarch of Madagascar? You can listen and decide for yourself. Please rate and subscribe! Find me on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. Tune in every Tuesday to hear about a woman from history who is scandalous, obscure, and fabulous! Visuals for each episode are available on the Pinterest page. You can email me at scandalousobscureandfab@gmail.com. You can link to me at @scandalousobscureandfab or #scandalousobscureandfabulous

    • 30 min

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