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NEW PODCAST: ATLANTA MONSTER
From the producers of Up and Vanished, Tenderfoot TV and HowStuffWorks present, ‘Atlanta Monster.’ This true crime podcast tells the story of one of the city’s darkest secrets, The Atlanta Child Murders. Nearly 40 years after these horrific crimes, many questions still remain. Host Payne Lindsey aims to find truth and provide closure, reexamining the disappearance and murder of over 25 African American children and young adults.
 
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NEW PODCAST: CULTURE KINGS
Carl, Edgar, and Jacquis get into a sports update, Carl getting his hair restored, the 15 ultimate hip hop & R&B albums, deep cut of the week, & more!
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Paris Syndrome (Entry 901.JS1002)
In which twenty tourists a year have a psychological breakdown because the most magical city in the world is a little disappointing. Certificate #507

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Paul F. Tompkins on Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
This week Chuck had the great pleasure of chatting with beloved comedian Paul F. Tompkins about the movies they grew up with, and his take on Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
 
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GOP vs. FBI, That Google Art App Owns Your Face 1.24.18
In episode 70, TV writer Phil Rosenthal (Somebody Feed Phil, Everybody Loves Raymond) joins Jack O'Brien & Miles Gray.
 
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London Made a Train for the Dead
When London was in the grips of a cholera epidemic, the already-overfilled cemetaries couldn't handle the extra bodies. So when there's literally no room in the soil for another dead body, what's a city to do? To the creators of the London Necropolis Railway, the answer was simple -- build a train for the dead.
 
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How Hoarding Works
You may be familiar with compulsive hoarding from TV, but something that’s often missing from those shows and the news is the deep and overwhelming shame that this disorder creates in its victims who are neurologically incapable of parting with their stuff.
 
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The Donation of Constantine
In the 8th century, a document was written that would have a lasting impact on the course of medieval Europe. The Donation of Constantine granted a large amount of Roman Empire land and power to Pope Sylvester I and his successors. But it was a fake.
 
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Is Recycling Worth the Hassle?
Why does Germany use 5 different bins for their recycling efforts? Is recycling a smart business to be in? And can you really trick Bros into being greener by putting wolves on packaging? Will and Mango take a deep dive into the state of American recycling and discover some great facts. Plus, why Totes McGoats is one of the worst phrases of all time... but also, perhaps the best recycling mascot ever. Featuring HSW's Christopher Hassiotis.
 
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Aquatic Humanoids
From the sirens of “The Odyssey” to “The Creature From the Black Lagoon” and beyond, humans have always imagined their underwater doubles. In this two-part Stuff to Blow Your Mind exploration, Robert and Joe discuss the revealing myth and fiction of mermaids and gillmen -- as well as the aquatic ape theory and the biological possibilities of an aquatic humanoid..
 
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What does it mean to be 'Unladylike" in 2018?
Bridget and Emilie sit down with former SMNTY hosts, Cristen & Caroline to hear how they’re embracing being ‘Unladylike’ and how you can, too.
 
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How Did a Parisian Lemonade Craze Fight the Plague Anxiety Cause?
While the black plague ravaged the rest of France, Paris remained relatively untouched -- and they may have had their fondness for lemonade to thank. 
 
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Absinthe: The FoodStuff Green Hour
Banned for a century throughout the Western world, absinthe is officially back on the market. But was it ever dangerous in the first place? Come drink in the history and science behind the Green Fairy in this episode of FoodStuff.
 
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What exactly are 'Ghost Lights'
For centuries people in countries across the planet have reported seeing mysterious, glowing lights that appear to move of their own volition through the darkness. Whether you call them Ghost Lights, Spook Lights, Will o' the Wisps or any other number of names, chances are there's a local version of this legend somewhere in your region. So what exactly are these things?

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CES 2018 Roundup
Every year, manufacturers, retailers and the press gather in Las Vegas to look at the latest in tech. What were the big takeaways this year, apart from an awkward power outage?
 
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