Horrific History Podcast
By Horrific History with Eric Slyter and Jordan Watney
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Join us as we peel back the skin of history and exploring the morbid, the macabre, the horrible and sometimes flat-out gross things in the historical record which you might not have heard of before! While attempts are made to try to keep our episodes family-friendly, be forewarned that we often discuss subject matter which may not be suitable for younger listeners. If this is a concern to you, we recommend saving it for when young ears are out of listening range! New episodes are released bi-weekly on Tuesdays! Horrific History Podcast is a program of Kron, an educational 501(c)3 nonprofit headquartered in Ellensburg, WA.
||CleanH2-OhNo! Part 2: Raw Water||For what purpose would you willingly use raw water? Drinking? Cooking? Bathing? Join Horrific History co-hosts, Eric Slyter and Jordan Watney, as they look at more instances of raw water usage, both in the past and modern history (including some histor.||5/15/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanH2-OhWait…||What happened? This isn’t the regularly scheduled Horrific History Podcast episode! Both your co-hosts are currently dedicating their energy to recovering from a seasonal bug that took over our offices and are getting ready for public outreach this we||4/24/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanH2-OhNo! Part 1: Raw Water||Just how pure is your raw water source? Do you trust it? Would you drink it? Join your Horrific History co-hosts, Eric Slyter and Jordan Watney, as they take several trips in the Horrific History time and space machine to look at cases in history when .||4/17/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTime to Float||Would you drink raw water? Listen to your co-hosts, Eric Slyter and Jordan Watney, give you a special preview of our upcoming raw water episode. While our nonprofit had to briefly pull our volunteers from the podcast to do a week of programming for Kni.||4/10/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Starvening, Pt. 2: Winter Cannibalism 2||From the last episode, we know Jamestown’s English settlers got their colony off on the wrong foot; this week, join your Horrific History co-hosts, Eric Slyter and Jordan Watney, as they get to the meat of the subject and explore both the period accou||3/27/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Starvening, Pt. 1: Winter Cannibalism 2||Have you ever felt your body wasting away? Most of us know what it’s like when we forget to eat for too long, often described as the physical sensation of the stomach “eating itself.” But, what occurs in the body and mind when it’s true over a p||3/13/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanIt’s Aliiiiive!||Hello Squeamers! Around the conclusion of “Season 1” of our Horrific History Podcast your hardworking co-hosts were forced to take some time off from recording. Thankfully, in the world of squeam and horror,||1/4/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanChild’s Play, Part 2: Children Who Kill||What do you see when you look into the face of a child? Do you see innocence or the devil incarnate? Love, or murderous intent? Join Horrific History Podcast as our co-hosts, Eric Slyter and Curtis Bender, examine three cases from history when children.||11/7/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHalloween Special: Spring-Heeled Jack||After a month of horror-themed fun for another of our non-profit’s programs, Haunting Ellensburg, Horrific History Podcast’s co-hosts Eric Slyter and Curtis Bender were in the mood for a change in pace and a spooky story to share with our favorit||10/31/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanChild’s Play, Part 1: Children Who Kill||What do you think of when you look into a child’s eyes? Do you think of innocence and a world of potential? Or, do you think of torture, murder and evil intent? Join your Horrific History Podcast co-hosts, Eric Slyter and Curtis Bender,||10/12/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
Love this show!!!!!! 😻😸😻😸😻😸
Love this show!!!!!! 😻😸😻😸😻😸
This podcast has good potential. Great research and both hosts have pleasant speaking voices however they both need to stop the constant fake chuckles. It comes off as a nervous habit and is completely distracting for the listener. That one change would make this podcast 100% better.