The cabinet of curiosities, or Wunderkammer (wonder cabinet) displayed personal collections of specimens, artifacts and oddities beginning in the 17th century. These collections showcased small, yet wondrous worlds and served as precursors to the museum.
The Cabinet Of Curiosities Podcast curates a collection of the extraordinary and the mysterious.
Glen Tavern Inn: Where the Past Comes Alive
This elegant, historic inn located in California has served as a gambling parlor, brothel, speakeasy and was a favored place among early Hollywood celebrities. It is believed that some former guests of the hotel like the Glen Tavern so much, they have checked in for an eternal stay... Listen to The Glen Tavern Inn: Where the Past Comes Alive Host, Sarah, in the lobby of the Glen Tavern Inn with members of the American Paranormal Research Association __________ Top photo by Jeffrey Earle for the VC Star
"True Story" Behind Sam Rami's "The Possession."
This week's new episode reveals the "true story" behind Sam Ramis latest film, The Possession. Listen now to Episode 22 - The Dibbuk Box The Possession - Official site Jason Haxton's site The Book
Episode 21 - The Vile Vial
A personal story from The Cabinet's own hostess, about a mysterious possession belonging to a Hollywood legend. Listen to "The Vile Vial" now!
Episode 20 - The Stanley Hotel: Of Cars and Kings
The historic Stanley Hotel, in Estes Park, Colorado offers up a rich and fascinating history and provided the inspiration for one of the most iconic horror stories and films of all time - The Shining. Listen now!! - The Stanley Hotel: Of Cars and Kings By Shane Parker
Valentine's Day Show - Bat Man
This Valentine's Day we bring you a story containing one part vixen, one part teen sex slave and garnish it with some Grade A Crazy - listen to Bat Man now! Dolly and Otto's story inspired two movies, the first was The Bliss Of Mrs. Blossom, starring Shirley Mac Laine and a favorite here at The Cabinet, Patricia Routledge. The second film was Man In The Attic, starring Neil Patrick Harris. Oh My. Yes, it's as hilarious as it seems. You really should watch the trailer.
January -The Season Of The Witch
In January skies a myriad of stars hang cold in the night, but there too, are witches Her red, red lips curved up into a smile of such beauty, such brilliance, such pure and perfect happiness that it would have frozen your blood in your veins to have seen it. And the wind of the mountain pass howled about her triumphantly, as if in answer...as the children fled. (adapted from Neil Gaiman's Stardust) The first Cabinet episode of 2012, January - The Season Of The Witch is available now!
Love the show BUT I need more pleaseeee
Fun to listen to
I really enjoy this this and both of Aaron’s other podcast. All of them are very much worth giving at listen to. I bet you’ll enjoy all of them.
I found this podcast by chance and so happy I did!! Excellent storytelling. Fascinating subjects.