Countdown to Dallas Episode 1: What Happened in Dealey Plaza?
Crime Capsule
by Evergreen Podcasts | Killer Podcasts
2M ago
Evergreen Podcasts, the network that brings you Burn the Boats, is pleased to introduce Countdown to Dallas. On the sixtieth anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, former White House correspondent Paul Brandus takes an in-depth look at the seemingly unconnected events that led to that infamous afternoon in Dallas, Texas. He explores the troubled and broken life of Kennedy’s killer, Lee Harvey Oswald, and challenges six decades worth of conspiracy theories—none of which have been proven. Enjoy the first episode here. You can find more episodes of Countdown to ..read more
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FEED DROP – Introducing “Countdown to Dallas: The Kennedy Assassination”
Crime Capsule
by Evergreen Podcasts | Killer Podcasts
2M ago
Evergreen Podcasts, the network that brought you From First Lady to Jackie O, is pleased to introduce Countdown to Dallas, another podcast from Host Paul Brandus.  On the sixtieth anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, former White House correspondent Paul Brandus takes an in-depth look at the seemingly unconnected events that led to that infamous afternoon in Dallas, Texas. He explores the troubled and broken life of Kennedy’s killer, Lee Harvey Oswald, and challenges six decades worth of conspiracy theories—none of which have been proven.  Enjoy this trailer ..read more
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Haunting Poe: An interview with author Chris Semtner Part 2
Crime Capsule
by Evergreen Podcasts | Killer Podcasts
2M ago
One of the most popular poems in the English language, Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven" has thrilled generations of readers. In 1882, the Anglo-American artist James Carling decided to produce the definitive series of illustrations for the poem. Carling's bizarre images explore the darkest recesses of Poe's masterpiece, its hidden symbolism and its strange beauty. Although the series remained unpublished at the time of the artist's early death in 1887, the drawings reemerged fifty years later, when they entered the collection of the Edgar Allan Poe Museum in Richmond. There they lined the blood-r ..read more
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Michigan Scoundrels: An interview with author Norma Lewis
Crime Capsule
by Evergreen Podcasts | Killer Podcasts
2M ago
The rich history of the Wolverine State has a serious dark side. In the Detroit area, the Black Legion outdid the Ku Klux Klan in hate but remained secret until one of its leaders was implicated in a murder. John Harvey Kellogg of Battle Creek was equal parts physician and quack. Then there were the state's two self-proclaimed kings--James Jesse Strang, the leader of a Mormon group on Beaver Island, and Albert Molitor, the reputed illegitimate son of German royalty who established his own kingdom on Presque Isle. Michigan author and historian Norma Lewis present a gallery of the state's most d ..read more
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Colorado's Mrs. Captain Ellen Jack: An Interview with Author Jane Bardal PT. 2
Crime Capsule
by Evergreen Podcasts | Killer Podcasts
2M ago
Ellen E. Jack backed up her orders with a shotgun as she stood at the entrance to her Black Queen Mine. To profit from the mine, located near Aspen, she engaged in many other battles with lawyers and capitalists who tried to wrest her ore away. Mrs. Captain Jack contributed to the myth of the West by crowning herself as the “Mining Queen of the Rockies” as she entertained tourists at her roadhouse near Colorado Springs. Author Jane Bardal offers a captivating biography of a pioneering woman who fashioned a legacy through true tenacity and maybe even a few tall tales. Jane Bardal’s previous pub ..read more
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Lost California Treasure: An Interview With Author W. Craig Gaines
Crime Capsule
by Evergreen Podcasts | Killer Podcasts
2M ago
Tales of California’s hidden treasures and lost mines span the state from the Pacific Ocean to the eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains. Sunken cargo from the steamship Brother Jonathon is rumored to still be out there, awaiting discovery, as is the location of the famous lost Breyfogle Mine. Outlaws like Three Finger Jack and Joaquin Murrieta were said to have stashed their loot while evading law enforcement, and Sir Francis Drake’s English pirates buried treasures all along the coast. Deep underground and underwater, a bounty awaits for some lucky prospector. Join author W. Craig Gaines as he une ..read more
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Countdown to Dallas Episode 1: What Happened in Dealey Plaza?
Crime Capsule
by Evergreen Podcasts | Killer Podcasts
5M ago
Evergreen Podcasts, the network that brings you Burn the Boats, is pleased to introduce Countdown to Dallas. On the sixtieth anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, former White House correspondent Paul Brandus takes an in-depth look at the seemingly unconnected events that led to that infamous afternoon in Dallas, Texas. He explores the troubled and broken life of Kennedy’s killer, Lee Harvey Oswald, and challenges six decades worth of conspiracy theories—none of which have been proven. Enjoy the first episode here. You can find more episodes of Countdown to ..read more
Visit website
FEED DROP – Introducing “Countdown to Dallas: The Kennedy Assassination”
Crime Capsule
by Evergreen Podcasts | Killer Podcasts
6M ago
Evergreen Podcasts, the network that brought you From First Lady to Jackie O, is pleased to introduce Countdown to Dallas, another podcast from Host Paul Brandus.  On the sixtieth anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, former White House correspondent Paul Brandus takes an in-depth look at the seemingly unconnected events that led to that infamous afternoon in Dallas, Texas. He explores the troubled and broken life of Kennedy’s killer, Lee Harvey Oswald, and challenges six decades worth of conspiracy theories—none of which have been proven.  Enjoy this trailer ..read more
Visit website
Haunting Poe: An interview with author Chris Semtner Part 2
Crime Capsule
by Evergreen Podcasts | Killer Podcasts
6M ago
One of the most popular poems in the English language, Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven" has thrilled generations of readers. In 1882, the Anglo-American artist James Carling decided to produce the definitive series of illustrations for the poem. Carling's bizarre images explore the darkest recesses of Poe's masterpiece, its hidden symbolism and its strange beauty. Although the series remained unpublished at the time of the artist's early death in 1887, the drawings reemerged fifty years later, when they entered the collection of the Edgar Allan Poe Museum in Richmond. There they lined the blood-r ..read more
Visit website
Spooky Season Teaser
Crime Capsule
by Evergreen Podcasts | Killer Podcasts
7M ago
Join us next week for a new episode of Crime Capsule as we kick off Spooky Season. We will continue bringing you captivating stories as we enter season 3. Check us out wherever you get your podcasts or on Evergreenpodcasts.com; all the books we cover are available from the History Press ..read more
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