The diverse human storytelling of Narratively.com, spoken out loud.
The Great Cottonmouth-Catching Get-Rich-Quick Scheme of 1956
As a reptile-obsessed teen, I ran away to hunt lizards in the Everglades, then hatched a plan to milk venom from deadly snakes. It went even more comically wrong than you're thinking.
The World War II Hero Who Proved It’s Possible to Beat the NRA
A half-century after he helped liberate Dachau, Felix Sparks lost his grandson to gun violence. His surprising victory reminds us how one determined person can take on political giants.
The Royal Spy Who Became the Feminist Answer to Shakespeare
Aphra Behn was the first English woman in history to work as a professional writer. The only thing more colorful than her boundary-pushing stories was her own secretive life.
The Lost Prince of Yacht Rock
In 1978 he was music’s next big thing. Then his album bombed, he began a long slide into obscurity, and a bizarre fraud sent him to prison. Will Dane Donohue finally get his encore?
How I Wrote Myself into a Real-life Romantic Comedy – That Turned into a Survivalist Thriller
The Audacious Tabloid Couple Who Scammed Their Way Into New York’s High Society
The vaudeville dancer and his beguiling Parisian wife arrived in Manhattan in 1911 with secret identities in tow. They enjoyed wealth and notoriety for years—until it all came crashing down.
Terrific stories - HUGE new fan/ just go ahead & subscribe
I have no idea how I found the website narratively.com but I listened to just one story and am hooked. I am not a fan of podcasts that are just free wheeling jabber, I like a more scripted podcast and narratively delivers that in spades. If there was a best sellers list for podcasts, narratively should win. They also produce the podcast called believable, i listened to 2 of those stories also and again GOLD STAR, Home run! I am not affiliated with them at all just so happy to find these high quality productions.
Syrian Children being treated for burns
Just listened to my first Out Loud Narratively story and was very impressed. The subject was depressing but I was happy to learn about all the wonderful people helping these war victims.