35 episodes

The American Midwest has often been given a wholesome, down-home image. We are humble, polite, hard-working, and kind. We live in ignorant, naïve bliss of the evils that happen outside of our small towns and close-knit sewing circles. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Every state in the Midwest has a dark side. Come with me, the Kitchen Table Historian, as I share these stories with you, and make you believe that bad things do happen here.

The Kitchen Table Historian The Kitchen Table Historian

    • True Crime
    • 4.8, 21 Ratings

The American Midwest has often been given a wholesome, down-home image. We are humble, polite, hard-working, and kind. We live in ignorant, naïve bliss of the evils that happen outside of our small towns and close-knit sewing circles. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Every state in the Midwest has a dark side. Come with me, the Kitchen Table Historian, as I share these stories with you, and make you believe that bad things do happen here.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

rkennebeck ,

The Kitchen Table Historian.

Great information. Well written. Love that he has multiple sources where you can follow him! Great work!

Anne HW ,

Lots of Promise!

I’m sure I’ll be upgrading this to 5 stars soon, but I want to give my honest feedback. This is a fairly new podcast, and while I think it’s a great concept, and the host does a wonderful job of narrating, the first ones spend a little too much time on the music. But, as more episodes came out, I heard a dramatic improvement. The only reason I’m going with 4 stars right now is because I’d like them to be a little longer and more in-depth. But maybe that’s just me. I think this is already very good and has a lot more potential. I’m looking forward to hearing more!

Mary Ihla ,

Too much music!

The topic is interesting and the narrator has a smooth voice, the interminable music spoiled it all.

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