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Best Drunkhistory podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Drunkhistory podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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You would think that the horror movie version of a Grimm Fairy Tale would be the scariest version, but you would be wrong. We examine the original story of Hansel & Gretel, talk about the moral quandaries of famine, and dive into the origins of Amanda’s favorite Grimm adaptation: Into the Woods. This week, Amanda recommends Something That May Shock…
 
30 is the sexy one, 31 is the light hearted one. That’s what everyone says, right? Also featuring recalibrating your creepy-meter, just some casual human bones, the Bobcat Goldthwait of the imagination, and more! This week, Julia recommends Killing Gravity by Corey J. White. Grab tickets to our L.A. live show at multitude.productions/live! Our epis…
 
We’re joined this week by Celticist, teacher, and musician Sharon Paice MacLeod who provides a beautiful, nuanced primer for Irish Cosmology. We discuss the Maiden-Mother-Crone, music in Celtic lore, keening, and Brigid’s cross. This week, Julia recommends Dooku: Jedi Lost. Content Warning: This episode contains conversations about religious persec…
 
This week they invade March 1964 with Scott Cavanaugh and run down The Beverly Hillbillies, The Pink Panther, and Chinese pickup lines. Join the invasion! https://www.instagram.com/invadethedecade/?hl=en https://www.facebook.com/invadethedecade/ https://twitter.com/InvadeTheDecade Miller & Son BBQ Sauce: https://www.millsauceco.com/…
 
Since we’ve watched Amanda’s favorite vampire movie, it seemed like a good time to submerge ourselves in all things vampire. We touch on the vast history of vampire folklore and tradition, then dive into some of our favorite examples of vampire media. This week, Amanda recommends Blood, Bones, and Butter by Gabrielle Hamilton and Burn the Ice by Ke…
 
This week they invade April 1988 with Michael Rowland and run down The Cosby Show, Colors, and letting a hawk loose in your mom's house. Join the invasion! https://www.instagram.com/invadethedecade/?hl=en https://www.facebook.com/invadethedecade/ https://twitter.com/InvadeTheDecade Miller & Son BBQ Sauce: https://www.millsauceco.com/…
 
First it’s spooky. Then it’s sexy. That’s right, it’s our THIRTIETH Your Urban Legends special! Hear all about menacing cows, ghost crushes, and a very VERY sexy Mothman. Join the MultiCrew for just $5 at multicrew.club! This week, Julia recommends Magic for Liars by Sarah Gailey. Content Warning: This episode contains conversations about death, ha…
 
The internet’s newest favorite Pokémon game has real-life mythological origins, from its towns and cities to the wild new Pokémon making their debut in Sword & Shield. Join us to learn about new horrifying fossil animal mashups, Viking forest cats, and why the Weald isn’t just a Galar thing. This week, Amanda urges you to donate to the Fire Relief …
 
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