A macabre history podcast in which Jess and Philippa wax lyrical over the awful oddities of the past.
The John Smith Journals
Pocahontas. John Smith. The love. The colours. The wind. You've seen the movie. Now bear witness to the journal ramblings of the hero himself. John Smith, British explorer (2021) https://www.britannica.com/biography/John-Smith-British-explorer First...
Cutting Edge: A Tale of Two Surgeons
If there's one thing you've come to expect from our history podcast it's that we look at the very bluntest edge technology available. And where else to look other than the operating theatre? Join Jess and Philippa as they look at two surgeons: one, the...
Blood and Butter: The Final Spread
Artichokes! Church brawls! Bounties! Tennis matches to the death, fought beneath the cold gaze of the indifferent stars. Pimp knights. Join Jess and Philippa for one last look at the life of the walking catastrophe also known as Caravaggio.
We've looked at demonic possession in Demoniac and Double Demons, but how exactly does one get rid of them once they've invaded your home, made a mess, and insulted your mother-in-law? In this episode, Jess and Philippa look at some of the ways in which...
Blood and Butter: Black Cloaks and Bawbags
Art! Betrayal! Stabbing! Also, what rhymes with testicle? Join Jess and Philippa as they continue with the Blood and Butter epic tale of one artist testing the limits of just how many people he can stab. Caravaggio can get away with murder...but what...
Double Demons: The Haunting of the Gibbons Twins
We had one demon, yes. But what about second demons? Another turn of the screw, so to speak. In addition being possessed by paraphrase, Jess and Philippa are obsessed (possessed) by the case of June and Jennifer Gibbons. Join us as we look at this...
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Wonderfully fun podcast of dark crimes. The birds are clearly besties!
Witty and funny banter!
What can you say that hasn't already been said? It's true these ladies are super witty and VERY funny! Plus, they take deep dives into dark subjects. Very easy to listen to, music is delightful, great quality!
Two very witty British women talking about history and the macabre? Why, yes please!