Doomsday: History's Most Dangerous Podcast

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Grab your clan robes and your snow shovels, today we’re heading to the Nation’s capital. We’re going to see a movie so funny it actually brought the house down. No really, people died. If you want to complain about this episode or just need a hug or an apology, you can find us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. All episodes can be found at Anchor.fm/Doomsday or wherever podcasts are found.
Riddle me this. I make intestines peek out of a belly. I make bone protrude from a fractured shin. I make blood spurt from a gash in the buttocks. What annual sporting event am I? Find out this week on Doomsday: History’s Most Dangerous Podcast. If you want to complain about this episode or just need a hug or an apology, you find us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. All episodes can be found at Anchor.fm/Doomsday or wherever podcasts are found.
This episode is the disaster equivalent of one of those trick birthday candles that just won’t blow out. So if the idea of close, intimate contact with insects, arachnids and reptiles bothers you, today’s episode will bother you. A lot. On today’s episode you will hear-tell of a plague of terror being cleared away by cleansing mercy of a volcano and people voluntarily jumping into boiling water, on purpose, because it was the best of all available options. If you want to complain about this episode or just need a hug or an apology, you find us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. All episodes can be found at Anchor.fm/Doomsday or wherever podcasts are found.
There are over 400,000 caskets in Arlington National Cemetery, but only one is lined with lead, sealed under several feet of concrete and placed in a metal vault just to prevent it from killing you. On today’s episode we’ll describe the worst groin injury in the recorded history of medical science. You’ll learn how to autopsy a corpse from across a room, and you’re also going to hear Kool-Aid Man and Silkwood Shower both used as verbs.  This was our very first episode, It was a labor of love. We thank you for the incredible response. We look forward to bringing you much weirder and medically perplexing stories in the future. If you like what you hear, consider leaving a positive review at Apple Podcasts. It really helps others like yourself find the show. 
If you Google “worst jobs” you’re going to see things like crime scene clean up and sewer diver, but compared to medieval bell ringer? At least sewer divers can be hosed down. Bell ringers had to be hosed off – like, every surface. If you want to complain about this episode or just need a hug or an apology, you can find us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. All episodes can be found at Anchor.fm/Doomsday or wherever podcasts are found.
Weather prediction is hard, and chances are your local weather person has a terrible track record and you think they stink at their job. Well, the weatherman in today’s episode would like you to hold your judgement – and their beer. If you like shipwrecks, sharks and celebrity guest stars, this is the episode for you. On this episode you will hear about some pretty casual olde-timey racism, the strange tale of a man swimming after a torpedo in hopes they could blow up together, and the dietary habits of sharks. You can find us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. All episodes can be found at Anchor.fm/Doomsday or wherever podcasts are found.
In India you can make prayers to any one of 33 different top tier deities. You may want to. Today’s episode is a bit of a Russian Nesting Doll of suffocation and electrocution and explosions. If you want to complain about this episode or just need a hug or an apology, you can find us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. All episodes can be found at Anchor.fm/Doomsday or wherever podcasts are found.
Do you like blood loss and decapitations and debris poking through your skin? If you like your Gods angry, your buildings collapsible, and your insects organized into living quilts, Doomsday is the podcast for you. Subscribe to rediscover some of the most traumatic, bizarre and awe-inspiring but largely unheard-of disasters from throughout human history and around the world. This first season you will hear about the worst groin injury in the recorded history of medical science, people compressed to the height of a business card, preheated to the temperature of the sun, electrocuted by coconuts, and phrases like “the plague of horror had been cleared away by cleansing mercy of the volcano”. This is not the podcast you play around kids, or while eating, or in mixed company; but as long as you find yourself a little more historically engaged and learn something that could potentially save your life, our work is done. All this and more on the Doomsday: History’s Most Dangerous Podcast; a Funeral Kazoo podcast on the Anchor.FM network. Find it wherever podcasts are found.
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Podcast Details

Created by
Funeral Kazoo
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Nov 9th, 2020
Latest Episode
Feb 21st, 2021
Release Period
3 per week
Episodes
8
Avg. Episode Length
34 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English
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