19 episodes

The Dear World, Love History Podcast, where we tackle the good, the bad, and the downright ugly history of the world one episode at a time.

Dear World, Love History The Outlandish Historians

    • History
    • 5.0, 26 Ratings

The Dear World, Love History Podcast, where we tackle the good, the bad, and the downright ugly history of the world one episode at a time.

    17: The Salem Witch Trials Miniseries, Part III: The Whys of It All

    17: The Salem Witch Trials Miniseries, Part III: The Whys of It All

    In our Salem Witch Trials finale (and season finale), we take a look at why and how the Salem Witch Trials happened. Which factors came into play? Why Salem Village? Why witches?
     
    As always, you can find all our recommendations, videos, and links in our show notes. Check them out at the Dear World, Love History Show Notes.
     
    Make sure you check out the Small Town Secrets Podcast, the promo for which is featured at the end of this episode.
     
    If you would like to submit a piece to Thank You For Your Service: An Anthology please email twistintimesubs@gmail.com.
     
    Follow us on Twitter @DearHistorians and Instragram @outlandishhistorians for updates on the podcast and to keep the conversation going.
     
    Find us on Facebook as well @outlandishhistorians and join our Facebook Group, The Outlandish Parlour Room, for chats, questions, and general history obsessions!
     
    Get in touch with us on social media or by email at hello@dearworldlovehistory.com.

    • 47 min
    16: The Salem Witch Trials Miniseries, Part II: Wicked Wiley Witches

    16: The Salem Witch Trials Miniseries, Part II: Wicked Wiley Witches

    It's Part II of our Salem Witch Trials Miniseries, and we pick up where we left off: with one execution and a bunch of other people awaiting trial. We're taking this crazy witch trial train all the way to the end.
     
    As always, you can check out the images we found in our show notes! Check them out at the Dear World, Love History Show Notes.
     
    Make sure you check out the 3 Beers In Podcast, the promo for which is featured at the end of this episode.
     
    Follow us on Twitter @DearHistorians and Instragram @outlandishhistorians for updates on the podcast and to keep the conversation going.
     
    Find us on Facebook as well @outlandishhistorians and join our Facebook Group, The Outlandish Parlour Room, for chats, questions, and general history obsessions!
     
    Get in touch with us on social media or by email at hello@dearworldlovehistory.com.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    15: The Salem Witch Trials Miniseries, Part I: Something Wicked to Salem Comes

    15: The Salem Witch Trials Miniseries, Part I: Something Wicked to Salem Comes

    In episode 15 we travel back to Salem Village in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1692. So many accused witches, so little time. Tune in to find out what the trials were all about, who was being witchy (or not), and what the heck happened during that time.
     
    As always, you can check out the images we found in our show notes! Check them out at the Dear World, Love History Show Notes.
     
    Make sure you check out the History of the Atlantic World and The Psyched Podcasts, the promos for which are featured in this episode.
     
    Follow us on Twitter @DearHistorians and Instragram @outlandishhistorians for updates on the podcast and to keep the conversation going.
     
    Find us on Facebook as well @outlandishhistorians and join our Facebook Group, The Outlandish Parlour Room, for chats, questions, and general history obsessions!
     
    Get in touch with us on social media or by email at hello@dearworldlovehistory.com.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Announcement: December 2019

    Announcement: December 2019

    Tune in for updates about the podcast and our next topic reveal!
     
    Follow us on Twitter @DearHistorians and on Instagram @outlandishhistorians or on Facebook, or visit us at dearworldlovehistory.com.
     
    Newsletter sign up ---> Right here.
     
    The initial classical piece that's a part of our intro is Concerto for 2 Oboes in F Major Op9 no3, 3 Allegro by Advent Chamber Orchestra (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Advent_Chamber_Orchestra/Selections_from_the_November_2006_Concert/Advent_Chamber_Orchestra_-_03_-_Albinoni_-_Concerto_for_2_Oboes_in_F_Major_Op9_no3_3_Allegro) under the Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 United States License (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/us/).

    • 6 min
    14: Jack the Ripper

    14: Jack the Ripper

    In this episode we head on back to Whitechapel, London 1888 to hunt Jack the Ripper. It's time to analyze, theorize, speculate, and articulate all the ugly things one lone killer (allegedly) accomplished on the darkened streets of Victorian London.
     
    Don't forget to visit our show notes for photosl! We have photos for ALL but one of the victims. Be warned, Catherine Eddowes and Mary Jane Kelly are gruesome and WILL give you nightmares! Check them out at the Dear World, Love History Show Notes.
     
    Make sure you check out the Body Count and Fataliteas Podcasts, the promos for which are featured in this episode.
     
    Follow us on Twitter @DearHistorians and Instragram @outlandishhistorians for updates on the podcast and to keep the conversation going.
     
    Find us on Facebook as well @outlandishhistorians and join our Facebook Group, The Outlandish Parlour Room, for chats, questions, and general history obsessions!
     
    Get in touch with us on social media or by email at hello@dearworldlovehistory.com.

    • 1 hr 47 min
    13: The Romanovs Miniseries, Part V: Lost, Then Found

    13: The Romanovs Miniseries, Part V: Lost, Then Found

    In Part V we complete our Romanovs Miniseries by taking a look at how the Bolsheviks hid the Romanov Family's bodies, the systematic hunting of other Romanov family members, the discovery of the imperial family's remains, and what the still living Romanovs were up to. Come hang out with us in post imperial Russia!
     
    Don't forget to visit our show notes for photosl! We have A LOT of photos of the family in captivity. Check them out at the Dear World, Love History Show Notes.
     
    Make sure you check out the How Will I Die Podcast, the promo for which is featured in this episode.
     
    Follow us on Twitter @DearHistorians and Instragram @outlandishhistorians for updates on the podcast and to keep the conversation going. Check our social media on November 2, 2019 for our giveaway winners!
     
    Find us on Facebook as well @outlandishhistorians and join our Facebook Group, The Outlandish Parlour Room, for chats, questions, and general history obsessions!
     
    Get in touch with us on social media or by email at hello@dearworldlovehistory.com.

    • 1 hr 7 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
26 Ratings

26 Ratings

LaylaZ80 ,

Love this podcast!

This is my favorite history podcast. I can’t wait for new episodes to come out! These ladies really know their stuff and I can’t recommend this podcast enough. History buff or not, this podcast is one size fits all. It’s fun, makes me laugh, and I learn more each episode.

Flarbles ,

Favorite

I listen to a lot of podcasts at work, and this one is my favorite. The hosts are fun without going off on tangents, and it's evident that they're both smart as a whip. The series on the Romanovs was fascinating, and they made a huge effort to humanize the family members that wove into the rest of the historical narrative. I look forward to new episodes.

karasmannequin ,

One of My Favorite and Informative Podcasts

Sincerely this is one of my favorite history podcasts to listen to . They are so thorough, enjoyable to listen to and pleasant, and very in depth about the topics they discuss. This is one of the most interesting history podcast that I found recently and both ladies do a wonderful job hosting.

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