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25 minutes | Dec 22, 2017
Criminal Feminism: How Sophie Lyons became the Princess of Crime
Part 2 of our Queens of Crime series, Today we talk about how Sophie Lyons lightened the purses of people in New York in the late 1800s. It is a surprisingly romantic and sympathetic tale of harrowing crime sprees and the love the blossomed from it. Or maybe she was just a sociopath. Who knows. Give it a go, and watch your pockets.
29 minutes | Dec 6, 2017
This kindly old lady taught children how to steal: Frederika Mandelbaum, Queen of Crime
We're Back! After a few months Hiatus, the podcast is finally back. New Location, same ol' amateur crap you listen too! Today's show is about a little known crime lord of the New York City streets in the 1800s. Frederika Mandelbaum was her name, and she provided food, shelter, and a place for orphans to unload their stolen goods. She even had a school dedicated to teaching children how to steal. Sounds like a grandmother everyone would want!
20 minutes | Aug 25, 2017
Why does Daryl Davis have all those KKK robes?!
In a remarkable story about understanding and culture, Daryl Davis brings men out of the Klu Klux Klan with the power of friendship. Follow on twitter: @hownotamovie1 email: email@example.com Music by Bensound https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IUHl3D2oqiY
24 minutes | Aug 14, 2017
Radical Priest: How Father Dan Berrigan ended up on the FBI Most Wanted List
So today's podcast is about on of the icons of the Peace Movement, Father Dan Berrigan. Father Dan was a Catholic priest who specialized in Peaceful Protests. You might call him a PRIESTful Protester. Does that scan? Alex just laughed at it so it must be funny. Just came up with that on the fly. Should I change the title of the episode now? Anyway, He was a Radical. And not radical in the 90s doing-kick-awesome-moves-on-a-skateboard sense, the 60s Radical, and ended up on the FBI most wanted list. What did he do? Stop reading and listen! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tweet: @hownotamovie1 Music: Great Leap, by Topher Mohr and Alex Elena https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ynopDw9klE
28 minutes | Aug 1, 2017
Bank Robbing 101: What Public Enemies got right... and wrong
So Alex and I are comparing the historical accuracy and inaccuracies of Michal Mann's Public Enemies, in which Johnny Depp plays the dashing John Dillinger, notorious bank robber of the 1930s. You know every bank robbery movie? Well, John Dillinger did it better. Listen and find out what the movie got right and wrong! Follow on twitter! @hownotamoive1 Music can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wGF9PxjmWjw
27 minutes | Jul 20, 2017
How to become the most decorated Roman Legionaire: The Sperius Lingustinus story
This week we discuss Sperius Lingustinus. What, you never heard of Sperius Lingustinus? He's ONLY the most decorated Roman Soldier in history. You need to brush up on your Ancient Mediterranean Imperial History. Give it a listen! Contact here: https://twitter.com/Hownotamovie1 and here: email@example.com Music this week by Ross Bugden Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SKGP6TaZxM Follow Ross here: https://twitter.com/RossBugden
17 minutes | Jul 11, 2017
Extreme Mechanics 101: Building a motorcycle in the Saraha
You crashed your car in the middle of the desert miles from help of any kind. What do you do? If your answer was "Build a motorcycle out of the car I crashed" Then you are correct! Listen and find out how Emile Leray was able to do just that in the middle of the Northern Sahara. Be sure to like and subscribe on iTunes, or you know, where ever you listen to podcasts. Also, why not give us a review on iTunes. It'll really help us out. Music this week is "Desert Stings" by Russ Makiwicz https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXZmIwpyY0g
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