86 episodes

Each episode, Assassinations Podcast delves into one of history's most notorious assassinations and explores the mysteries and conspiracies that surround it.

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    • 4.7 • 147 Ratings

Each episode, Assassinations Podcast delves into one of history's most notorious assassinations and explores the mysteries and conspiracies that surround it.

    The Legend of Abraham Lincoln's Ghost

    The Legend of Abraham Lincoln's Ghost

    In the first episode of Season 7 of the show, Niall considers the life and death of the sixteenth president, before sharing the stories of those who claim to have seen Lincoln stalking the corridors of the White House in spectral form.

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    To find out more about the people and music featured in today’s episode, visit the Assassinations Podcast website, www.AssassinationsPodcast.com

    While there, you can also check out our Bookstore, where we recommend some great episode-related books and reading material, and shop our Merch Store to nab a logo tee or tote bag.

    You can also contact us through the website - we love to hear your comments, questions, corrections, and suggestions!

    If you’d like to support the show, we have a Patreon page. We offer a variety of different support levels with lots of fun perks, including bonus episodes, stickers, merch store credit, and more! Find us at patreon.com/AssassinationsPodcast

    Assassinations Podcast was created by Niall Cooper, who also researches and writes the show. Lindsey Morse is our editor and producer. Our theme music was created by Graeme Ronald. If you’d like to hear more from Graeme, check out his band, Remember Remember. You’ll find them on iTunes.

    • 31 min
    Season 7 Trailer

    Season 7 Trailer

    Season 7 of the show begins next week, October 26th, with a special seasonal episode.

    • 3 min
    Don Bolles

    Don Bolles

    In the final episode of our season on the theme of conspiracies, we look at the case of journalist Don Bolles, whose death has been linked to Mafia activities and a powerful political operative in Arizona.

    To find out more about the people and music featured in today’s episode, visit the Assassinations Podcast website, www.AssassinationsPodcast.com.

    While there, you can also check out our Bookstore, where we recommend some great episode-related books and reading material, and shop our Merch Store to nab a logo tee or tote bag.

    You can also contact us through the website - we love to hear your comments, questions, corrections, and suggestions!

    If you’d like to support the show, we have a Patreon page. We offer a variety of different support levels with lots of fun perks, including bonus episodes, stickers, merch store credit, and more! Find us at patreon.com/AssassinationsPodcast

    Assassinations Podcast was created by Niall Cooper, who also researches and writes the show. Lindsey Morse is our editor and producer. Our theme music was created by Graeme Ronald. If you’d like to hear more from Graeme, check out his band, Remember Remember. You’ll find them on iTunes.

    • 32 min
    Dr David Kelly Part 3

    Dr David Kelly Part 3

    Did he commit suicide, as claimed by the Hutton Inquiry, or was he murdered? We conclude our look at this case by considering the scenarios, with the help of guest Andy Thomas. Part 3 of 3.

    To find out more about the people and music featured in today’s episode, visit the Assassinations Podcast website, www.AssassinationsPodcast.com.

    While there, you can also check out our Bookstore, where we recommend some great episode-related books and reading material, and shop our Merch Store to nab a logo tee or tote bag.

    You can also contact us through the website - we love to hear your comments, questions, corrections, and suggestions!

    If you’d like to support the show, we have a Patreon page. We offer a variety of different support levels with lots of fun perks, including bonus episodes, stickers, merch store credit, and more! Find us at patreon.com/AssassinationsPodcast

    Assassinations Podcast was created by Niall Cooper, who also researches and writes the show. Lindsey Morse is our editor and producer. Our theme music was created by Graeme Ronald. If you’d like to hear more from Graeme, check out his band, Remember Remember. You’ll find them on iTunes.

    • 59 min
    Dr David Kelly Part 2

    Dr David Kelly Part 2

    We go over the evidence presented at the Hutton Inquiry and consider the conclusion that Kelly had killed himself - a verdict that was hotly contested by medical experts. We will conclude this case next week.

    To find out more about the people and music featured in today’s episode, visit the Assassinations Podcast website, www.AssassinationsPodcast.com.

    While there, you can also check out our Bookstore, where we recommend some great episode-related books and reading material, and shop our Merch Store to nab a logo tee or tote bag.

    You can also contact us through the website - we love to hear your comments, questions, corrections, and suggestions!

    If you’d like to support the show, we have a Patreon page. We offer a variety of different support levels with lots of fun perks, including bonus episodes, stickers, merch store credit, and more! Find us at patreon.com/AssassinationsPodcast

    Assassinations Podcast was created by Niall Cooper, who also researches and writes the show. Lindsey Morse is our editor and producer. Our theme music was created by Graeme Ronald. If you’d like to hear more from Graeme, check out his band, Remember Remember. You’ll find them on iTunes.

    • 40 min
    Dr David Kelly Part 1

    Dr David Kelly Part 1

    David Kelly had experience dealing with spies, generals, Stalinist apparatchiks, and Ba’athist officials. But when he questioned the official justification for the Iraq War in 2003, he entered into truly dangerous territory. Part 1 of 3.

    To find out more about the people and music featured in today’s episode, visit the Assassinations Podcast website, www.AssassinationsPodcast.com.

    While there, you can also check out our Bookstore, where we recommend some great episode-related books and reading material, and shop our Merch Store to nab a logo tee or tote bag.

    You can also contact us through the website - we love to hear your comments, questions, corrections, and suggestions!

    If you’d like to support the show, we have a Patreon page. We offer a variety of different support levels with lots of fun perks, including bonus episodes, stickers, merch store credit, and more! Find us at patreon.com/AssassinationsPodcast

    Assassinations Podcast was created by Niall Cooper, who also researches and writes the show. Lindsey Morse is our editor and producer. Our theme music was created by Graeme Ronald. If you’d like to hear more from Graeme, check out his band, Remember Remember. You’ll find them on iTunes.

    • 44 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
147 Ratings

147 Ratings

Memotothemasses ,

fascinating and fantastic

cant speak highly enough. narrator, researcher weaves rich tales from history and context. love it.

Zenthropologist ,

The history podcast I’ve wanted

Gets into the deep end of researching some really interested historic cases with quite the soothing voice to listen to murders abounding

tdq198 ,

Entertaining... for a while

While the subject matter was compelling, the overall tone is a little off putting. I had the impression that the broadcaster was coloring the reporting with his own political leanings. This was evident to me when he read certain quotes in what I perceived to be somewhat mocking tone. This was evident to me in the Litveneko and Skripal podcasts.

I would gladly subscribe and support if The reporting felt more impartial and if didn’t feel like they were trying to influence me.

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