The Morbid Anatomy Transmission
By Morbid Anatomy Museum
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The Morbid Anatomy Transmission is the official podcast of the Morbid Anatomy Museum in Brooklyn, New York. The Morbid Anatomy Museum is an exhibition, library, and event space that explores "the intersections of death, beauty, and that which falls between the cracks." On this podcast, host Molly McBride Jacobson interviews event hosts, experts, and eccentrics on topics relating to death culture and obscure history.
||CleanThe Morbid Academy Series, with Mitch Horowitz||The Morbid Academy Series begins this month on February 25th with a conversation between authors ...||2/18/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanAbstracted Peepshows, with M.M. Serra and Josh Lewis||There was a point in time not so long ago when, for a nickel or so, one could enter a booth in th...||2/11/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanCriminal Insanity, with Judy Jackson||The "criminally insane" defense and all its trappings (longer sentences, institutionalization and...||1/10/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanKraftwerk, with Stephen Vesecky||4 German automatons changed music forever in the 70s. Stephen tells us how. You can listen to ...||12/11/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPETITE MORT 01: Rosie Sharp's "Spirit Post"||Dia de Los Muertos was last week, and to celebrate, here's a short, sweet interview with Rosie Sh...||11/1/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSword Swallowing, with the Lady Aye||Ilise Carter, a.k.a. the Lady Aye, tells me all about the history of sword swallowing - generally...||9/29/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanStrange Patents, with Eric Indin||Registered patent attorney Eric Indin (not his real name) talks me through the weird world of pat...||7/26/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Sacred Heart of Jesus, with Peter Nevraumont||Ever wondered why Jesus is often depicted with his heart outside his torso, shining and on fire? ...||6/21/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1980s Goth Culture, with Andi Harriman||In which Andi Harriman convinces me to give The Cure another chance. Note: This is a re-uploa...||5/31/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPsychedelics and Death, with Dr. Neal Goldsmith||On this episode of the Morbid Anatomy Transmission we talkin' psychedelic psychology, birth traum...||5/25/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTaxidermy, with Divya Anantharaman||This episode's guest, Divya Anantharaman, is an artist and taxidermist located in Brooklyn NY. Sh...||4/5/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTerror Management Theory, with Mike Johns||On this episode I talk with social psychologist Michael Johns about terror management theory, a p...||3/2/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanIntro to the Morbid Anatomy, with Joanna Ebenstein||Wondering what the Morbid Anatomy Museum is/does? Listen to this! Founder, director, and generall...||3/2/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
Excellent beginning. Five star material, five star presentation, five stars overall.
I need more!!
These are great! Please keep them coming! I miss the Last Tuesday Society podcasts, but yours are wonderful and scratch the same itch for strange lectures. <3
A Promising Start
As a commuting New Yorker and pretty ravenous consumer of weird information, two of my favorite things are podcasts and the Morbid Anatomy Museum in Gowanus. In the museum's short time in my neighborhood, it’s become as important an institution as The Bell House, so when I saw them plug this podcast on Twitter, I decided to check it out.
Morbid Anatomy and podcasts go together like a pickled turtle and its second head. Like blood and guts. Like unsettling taxidermy and glass domes. The point is that it’s about time, and I’m glad this finally exists. And if you like the strange, the obscure, or the morbid, you should be too. The first two are straightforward interviews, but hopefully they’ll go deeper as time goes on. I’m excited to see where they go with this.
Five stars. Not because it’s perfect (audio quality could use work) but because there’s a lot of potential here.