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42 minutes | 3 days ago
27: Irish Potato Famine - A Tragic Lack of Lumpers
On a more relaxed episode, Cody and Sam discuss the Irish Potato Famine and its long-lasting effects on Ireland. Big shout out to all the lumper lovers our there!
46 minutes | 17 days ago
26: Alan Turing - The Evil Queen, and her Poison Apple
Cody and Greg discuss the life of Alan Turing, including his absolutely tragic death. Turing was instrumental in winning WWII until he was completely betrayed by his own people. If you've ever wondered how the boys feel about homosexuality, you're about to find out.
48 minutes | a month ago
25: The Atrocities of Unit 731 (Graphic)
In this Halloween episode Cody and Greg dive into the awful and depraved acts committed by Unit 731, a Japanese research and experimentation facility during WWII. Some of the acts discussed are brutal, so listener discretion is advised.
51 minutes | a month ago
24: Plagues - Black Fingers and Rectum Bleeding
Cody and Greg discuss different plagues and pandemics from history. (No, not Covid-19.) This episode covers four of some of the more intense plagues from history, including the Great Plague of London and one particularly bad measles outbreak.
54 minutes | a month ago
23: Liver-Eating Johnson - Just Kill Me
Cody and Greg discuss the over-the-top antics of one of the most intense mountain men you've probably ever heard of. Liver-Eating Johnson was the epitome of a mountain man, although not all mountain men are cannibals.
60 minutes | 2 months ago
22: Julius Caesar - Blinded by Blood
Cody and Greg are back (finally). In this episode, the guys cover the life of Julius Caesar. Caesar was an incredible general with some pretty lofty goals for Rome. The guys cover his birth up to the point of his severely pointy demise.
44 minutes | 3 months ago
21: Unfortunate Hollywood - Superman was a Murderer
Cody and Sam discuss some of the more unfortunate moments in Hollywood history (although there are many). The guys talk about everything including poltergeists, Jesus, and Superman (same thing, right?). /// The show will be having a break until 21 September for Cody to spend time with his new daughter.
69 minutes | 3 months ago
20: Sammy Davis Jr. - The Honorary Warlock
Cody and Greg discuss the incredibly interesting life of Sammy Davis Jr. From "dancing midgets", run-ins with the mob, and the Church of Satan, Sammy Davis Jr's life is one of the most amazing stories in music history.
47 minutes | 3 months ago
19: Viking Torture - Inventive, To say the Least
Cody and Greg discuss three forms of viking torture: the Hung Meat, the Fatal Walk, and the Blood Eagle. This episode is slightly more graphic than an average episode, although it was not graphic enough to need our graphic warning intro.
55 minutes | 4 months ago
18: Delphine LaLaurie - The Stirring of Brains (Graphic)
GRAPHIC WARNING - Cody and Sam discuss the awful killer Delphine LaLaurie. Delphine was a Creole socialite in New Orleans who allegedly murdered hundreds of African American slaves.
46 minutes | 4 months ago
17: Mike "the Durable" Malloy - He. Just. Won't. Die.
On today's episode, Cody and Greg discuss the incredible Michael Malloy: the man that just wouldn't die. The guys talk about Malloy's invincibility and the men who decided to test it.
50 minutes | 4 months ago
16: The Kray Twins Part 2 - A Few More Murders
Cody and Greg discuss the downfall of The Kray Twins. In this last episode on the series, the guys cover Reggie's relationship with his wife Frances as well as the "murders" of Frank "the Mad Axeman" Mitchell and Jack "The Hat" McVitie.
51 minutes | 4 months ago
15: The Kray Twins Part 1 - Let's Get Kray Kray
On today's episode, Cody and Greg discuss the identical twin crime bosses, Ronnie and Reggie Kray. This first part of the series covers the twin's upbringing and Ronnie Kray's descent into insanity.
41 minutes | 5 months ago
14: The Great Emu War of Australia - So Much Blood
Cody and Greg discuss The Great Emu War of Australia, the war that rocked Western Australia in 1932 and left thousands (of emus) dead. They discuss why the war was fought, how the war was fought, and who actually won the war. Special thanks to Rohan Windle for this episode's outro song.
60 minutes | 5 months ago
13: Captain Morgan Part 2 - Torture Tactics & Politics
On the conclusion of our Captain Morgan series, Cody and Sam discuss a few more of Captain Morgan's famous attacks and the torture tactics he used on his victims. They then finish the series discussing Morgan's later life, political career, and death.
58 minutes | 5 months ago
12: Captain Morgan Part 1 - The Pirate, Not the Rum
On today's first pirate episode, Cody and Sam Brown discuss the incredible life of Captain Henry Morgan. They discuss his early life and some of his infamous attacks in the Caribbean.
41 minutes | 5 months ago
11: Digby Tatham Warter - The Umbrella Soldier
Major Digby Tatham-Warter was an umbrella-wielding commander during the Battle of Arnhem that occurred during World War II. Cody and Greg discuss Major Digby and his insanely British antics before, during, and after the battle.
49 minutes | 6 months ago
10: Lorena Bobbitt - Yanked it Right Off
Cody and Greg discuss Lorena Bobbitt and her knife wielding skills. This story caused the world to take a hard look at domestic violence, and also caused a flurry of jokes on nearly every talk show around the world. Sorry in advance for all the laughing.
25 minutes | 6 months ago
9: Twilight Zone Accident - Dead in the Water
Cody and Greg discuss a fatal accident that occurred during the filming of the Twilight Zone movie. They discuss the accident itself, and also the legal fallout it caused in the filmmaking industry.
46 minutes | 6 months ago
8: The Murder of Emmett Till (Graphic)
GRAPHIC WARNING - In honor of George Floyd, Cody and Greg discuss the brutal lynching of 14-year-old Emmett Till. His murder galvanized civil rights activists throughout America, assisting in the fight for equality for African Americans.
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