Show Me The State
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Missouri has had a curious history, with many iterations and incarnations powered by changes in its political, cultural and religious climate. Show Me The State explores Missouri’s strange and misunderstood past as it relates to the present.
||CleanShow Me The State: Sedalia Tries To Steal The Capital||What would the state look like today if the capital wasn't Jefferson City? But Sedalia? That almost happened 120 years ago. Sedalia champion John Bothwell was determined to make Sedalia a state institution and for 30 years he was relentless trying to ma||2/11/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanShow Me The State: The Legend Of Doc Annie||If you grew up in 1970s Poplar Bluff, you likely heard of the story of Doc Annie. Legend has it, Doc Annie was a witch-like woman who operated a haunted hospital in the woods. She kept fetuses in jars of formaldehyde there. She also would throw babies||1/28/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
Great podcast, cool state!
The show does a great job of connecting what might be perceived as strange or trivial bits of Missouri history to broader cultural and societal trends that are very much evident today. It’s also creatively presented, and exceptionally well-produced!