Anne Marie Cannon is the host of two podcasts, Armchair Historians and Last Train Leaving Belgium. Last Train Leaving Belgium is a supplemental podcast to a soon to be released documentary of the same name. She is passionate about history and storytelling and impressed by the influence it has on people and the decisions they make in life.
Today I talk to Simon J. James, host and producer of the up and coming podcast Achtung History. We talk about his favorite history, Berlin, and some of the lesser known aspects of this vibrant city's past. Simon J. James also known as the Berlin Tour Guide, loves Berlin so much he moved there from Yorkshire England and started a tour guide business. His tours are not your run of the mill though, Simon dives deep into the research to curate his one of a kind history tours of Berlin. Simon has guided entrepreneurs, celebrities and royalty around Berlin since 2014. According to his website theberlintourguide.com Simon goes beyond shallow history taking you on a storytelling journey through the secrets of Berlin’s history, inside stories of drama and intrigue, alongside the largest historic events in Berlin’s history. An approach that is apparent in his podcast.How to find Simon J. James:website: https://theberlintourguide.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/AchtungHistoryInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/achtunghistoryFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/achtunghistorypodcastTo Support Armchair Historians:Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/armchairhistoriansKo-fi: https://ko-fi.com/belgiumrabbitproductions
Today my guest is Nicki Woodard. Nicki is the host and producer of the podcast As the Money Burns, a deep exploration into the lives of actual heirs and heiresses to some of America's most famous fortunes and what happens to them when the great depressions hits. As the Money Burns is part audio drama, part documentary and part contemporary commentary.As the Money Burns:website: https://asthemoneyburns.comInstagram: https://bit.ly/3lWqLUOFacebook: https://bit.ly/3l1zgfS Resources:Doris Duke: https://bit.ly/2Hwn4q1 Barbara Hutton: https://bit.ly/3fwiCUw John Jacob Astor IV: https://bit.ly/372N314Gloria Vanderbilt: https://bit.ly/3m1VPma To Support Armchair Historians:PatreonKo-fi
Today Ruth Rosenfeld shares her personal account of the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, a history that literally shook her world.Ruth Rosenfeld is an author, blogger, photographer and world traveler. She has been to all but one of the world's continents, lived in four countries and visited over fifty!  Her yet to be released travel memoir, Go Wherever You Want, is an account of her unique experiences living abroad in three different countries over an eight year period. Always looking for a new challenge, she has had many careers. Most recently she has been an international teacher, tutor for at-risk youth, and chair of a cultural arts center. Ruth Rosenfeld website: https://ruthrosenfeld.com Ruth on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rrontheroad Twitter: https://twitter.com/rrontheroadInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ruthrontheroad/ Resources:Tsunami Stones: https://bit.ly/32KORul Shibuya Crossing: https://bit.ly/3eYHDaOShōji Hamada: https://bit.ly/38HlBboFuchu: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fuchū,_TokyoSendai: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SendaiPop Culture:Unsolved Mysteries: https://bit.ly/3lF52jZA Tale for the Time Being, Ruth Ozeki: https://bit.ly/3lF52jZ
Today I talk to the makers of the soon-to-be-released Amazon series, Trails to the Unknown which follows three paranormal investigators as they explore mysterious locations in hopes of uncovering clues to some of today’s most interesting myths & legends.In part four of our Halloween 2020 series we hear from not one, not two but three different guests involved in the making of Trails to the Unknown.Filmmaker, Alan Megargle known for his work in the documentaries, The Back 80, Ghosts in Ghost Towns: Haunting the Wild West and Minerva Monster. Alan the “true believer” of this trio of investigators.Jesse Morgan, who also worked on The Back 80 and Minerva Monster is known as the skeptic of to the Trails to the Unknown crewAnd Anna Meyer-Evans Director of Ghosts in Ghost Towns: Haunting the Wild West and children’s fantasy author is  considered the “sensitive” of the group.Not only do Alan, Jesse and Anna share their adventures in making Trails to the Unknown, they also share some of their scariest ghost stories. Trails to the Unknown YoutubeTrails to the Unknown on Social Media:FacebookInstagramTwitterPlaces mentioned in this episode:Squire CastleMoonville TunnelHelltown, OhioWhat Really Happened in Helltown, OhioThe Mysterious Legends Surrounding Helltown, OhioHotel de Paris MuseumUFO Watch TowerGlen Isle ResortMansfield Penitentiary Neil Zurker's One Tank TripGhosts in Ghost TownsMinerva MonsterBack 80To Support Armchair Historians:PatreonKo-fi
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Creator Details

Location
Georgetown, Colorado, United States of America
Episode Count
39
Podcast Count
2
Total Airtime
23 hours, 28 minutes
PCID
Podchaser Creator ID logo 527567