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Vanport was created and assumed to be a temporary city, which brought many around the country to live and work. During the war, there was a need for workers, and workers had a need for shelter. How many tornados can hit in a short period of time? Together we will find out about a string of states fight against the elements. ** Yes, we have upgraded mics since Episode 1 & Episode 2 ** Don't forget to Rate, Review, & Subscribe! Come hang out with us: Instagram // Twitter // Facebook
We both had a theme this week of building code changes due to disasters. Breana goes over the infamous 1919 Boston Molasses Flood. Brett tells us all about how intense Hurricane Andrew was in 1992, the devastation that it caused, the news crews who stuck it out, and how it changed housing in Florida. And of course, surprise, Breana mispronounces some words, for your giggling pleasure. Don't forget to Rate, Review, & Subscribe! Come hang out with us: Instagram // Twitter // Facebook
And we back, and we back. Hello, our podcast listenin' friends. The Babes of Disasters want to tell you some tales of destruction. Brett takes us back to November in 1940 that took the city over on Armistice day. Of course, there are some degrees of separation that Brett keeps from us for a good few minutes, but don't worry. She does let us know. After that Bre wants to talk about some gas-filled contraption that took people over the Atlantic ocean. Like many, you too have heard of Hindenburg, but do you really KNOW about it? Well, you get to hear about it now. Australia Bushfire: linktr.ee/pdspodcast & middle.io/fires Instagram @pdspodcast Twitter @pdspodcast Facebook @pdangeroussituation Promo: Demiworld Instagram @demiworld_podcast Twitter @demiworldcast Facebook @Demiworldpodcast
Your favorite disaster babes are at it again. Holy Flamin' Balls there is a lot of heat and more ice in this episode. Breana starts with the 2017 Eagle Creek Fire that she remembers since it was close to her. When you mix teens, fireworks, and a forest, you get multiple people stranded in a burning forest overnight, and many still closed off trails. Brett thought she was gonna review the Great Flood of 1862...but, oops, that was done. So she hits us with another 1800 gnarly time. Apparently, if a huge volcano goes off it can create winter in the summertime around the world. Check out the second half of this episode to hear about this volcano and how it took the heat away from much of the world. you'll be shocked to hear it. Australia Bushfire: linktr.ee/pdspodcast & middle.io/fires Instagram @pdspodcast Twitter @pdspodcast Facebook @pdangeroussituation Promo: Drinking and Screaming Instagram @DrinkAndScream Twitter @Drink_Scream Facebook /drinkandscream
Listen - Learn - Do or Die: A winter storm is on the horizon and you are thinking - what do I need, what should I do, what if? Well your favorite PDS Babes are here to fill you in. Brett will breakdown some of your needs to get ready for that cold snap. Breana will go over what to di if you are stuck during, including if you are stranded in a car or among the elements. COme have a listen and tell us what particularly dangerous situation you want us to talk about and how to prepare! Instagram @pdspodcast Twitter @pdspodcast Facebook @pdangeroussituation
We both had a theme this week of building code changes due to disasters. Breana goes over the infamous 1919 Boston Molasses Flood. Brett tells us all about how intense Hurricane Andrew was in 1992, the devastation that it caused, the news crews who stuck it out, and how it changed housing in Florida. And of course, surprise, Breana mispronounces some words, for your giggling pleasure. 
Your favorite disaster babes take you through a historical journey of the west coast! First stop:  San Francisco! Have you heard of the 1906 quake that left more than half of the population homeless? Well, Brett breaks it down, then gives you some earthquake facts & myth busters. Going North, Breana takes you to learn about Gallopin' Gertie! That Tacoma Narrows Bridge that collapsed because of wind and science! Learn about aeroelastic flutter and how this changed engineering! Galloping Gertie Video Australia Bushfire Donations: linktr.ee/pdspodcast Non-profit Highlight: ShelterBox.org PROMO: Crime Time Snacktime Twitter & Instagram: @crimesnackpod FB: /crimesnackpod Social Media: Instagram @pdspodcast Twitter @pdspodcast Facebook @pdangeroussituation
While there wasn't much of modern plumbing in the 1800s, there was some crazy stuff going on on the west coast. Breana starts us off in 1889 with the Great Seattle fire which is why there is an underground Seattle there. Including setting some false facts straight! Brett goes a few years past to that to 1862 to the Great Flood of...you guessed it, 1862! This flood takes over stateS! Yes, you read that correct, as in more than one state! Don't forget to rate, subscribe, and tell a friend! Instagram @pdspodcast Twitter @pdspodcast Facebook @pdangeroussituation
This episode Brett takes you down memory lane to last year when the camp fires took over California. Bre will take you further back, where there is no memory many years ago when huge floods would cross state lines. Join us in what mother nature has to offer us, and how she punishes us as well.  Don't forget to Rate, Review, & Subscribe! Come hang out with us: Instagram // Twitter // Facebook
This is one of those "Holy SH*T" type of episode. Both disasters involve chainsaw amputations & people sandwiches. Brett goes breaks down all the extremities of the Loma Prieta Earthquake in 1989. Breana lets us know about the infamous engineering malfunction of the Hyatt Walkway Collapse. Don't forget to Rate, Review, & Subscribe! Come hang out with us: Instagram @pdspodcast // Twitter @pdspodcast // Facebook @pdangeroussituation
Holy crap! Where did THAT come from? In this shorter episode, Breana talks about a meteor that essentially exploded in the air over Russia. We're those people shocked! Brett takes us back further in time for an Avalanche in the Pacific Northwest (1910 Wellington Avalanche) that took down a train with it and halted the movement of others. One had death, one didn't. Have a listen to find out. Video of Meteor airblast: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:%D0%92%D0%B7%D1%80%D1%8B%D0%B2_%D0%BC%D0%B5%D1%82%D0%B5%D0%BE%D1%80%D0%B8%D1%82%D0%B0_%D0%BD%D0%B0%D0%B4_%D0%A7%D0%B5%D0%BB%D1%8F%D0%B1%D0%B8%D0%BD%D1%81%D0%BA%D0%BE%D0%BC_15_02_2013_avi-iCawTYPtehk.ogv Instagram @pdspodcast Twitter @pdspodcast Facebook @pdangeroussituation
Winter Break is done, and the episode is up! This episode is dedicated to Michele of The Cornfield Meet. If you haven't listened to The Cornfield Meet yet you definitely should! She with another co-host - either Mel or Andy depending on the subject - covers a variety of transportation disasters. She sent us some amazing research for this episode. Brett revisits one of the tornados that happened during the 2011 Super Outbreak. Joplin experienced quite the feat! Breana covers the Love Canal. It is one of those man-made disasters of a different kind. It will make you wonder what other companies do with THEIR toxic chemical waste.  Don't forget to rate, subscribe, and tell a friend! Instagram @pdspodcast Twitter @pdspodcast Facebook @pdangeroussituation The Cornfield Meet: Listen on Soundcloud now! Instagram @thecornfieldmeet Twitter @cornfieldmeet Facebook @thecornfieldmeet
This episode is especially special to us! We had the PLEASURE of getting to podcast with Michele of The Cornfield Meet! She co-hosts an amazing transportation-focused disaster podcast that we’ve mentioned a couple of times. Brett starts us off with a blizzard in 1913 that dumped inches upon inches of snow onto Denver. (You get to hear about how tall we are with this one.) Learn about what they had to do to just get around town, and the silly things the newspaper dealt with. Next Breana goes over the infamous Mount St. Helens eruption! After mentioning it in previous episodes she realizes she should just do it already! Michele has a little shorty for us too! She gave us some amazing facts, and jokes, throughout the episode, but she did not forget a story. She tells us about how dioxin was spread all over the little town of Times Beach, Missouri. You get to learn how this town formed, how the dioxin got all over, AND just what dioxin can do to the body. Don’t forget how long it stays with the body too! This episode causing too much fun!?! Us too! That’s why we will be coming out with a bonus episode of us chatting. Learn about how we all got into podcasting, some real-life stories of our own disasters, and what is an episode without some terrible puns?! Coming soon! Australia Bushfire: linktr.ee/pdspodcast & middle.io/fires Instagram @pdspodcast Twitter @pdspodcast Facebook @pdangeroussituation The Cornfield Meet: Listen on Soundcloud now! Instagram @thecornfieldmeet Twitter @cornfieldmeet Facebook @thecornfieldmeet
*** For Australia Bushfire Relief Options, please visit: linktr.ee/pdspodcast *** Winter Break is done, and the episode is up! This episode is dedicated to Michele of The Cornfield Meet. If you haven't listened to The Cornfield Meet yet you definitely should! She with another co-host - either Mel or Andy depending on the subject - covers a variety of transportation disasters. She sent us some amazing research for this episode. Brett revisits one of the tornados that happened during the 2011 Super Outbreak. Joplin experienced quite the feat! Breana covers the Love Canal. It is one of those man-made disasters of a different kind. It will make you wonder what other companies do with THEIR toxic chemical waste. Don't forget to rate, subscribe, and tell a friend! Instagram @pdspodcast Twitter @pdspodcast Facebook @pdangeroussituation The Cornfield Meet: Listen on Soundcloud now! Instagram @thecornfieldmeet Twitter @cornfieldmeet Facebook @thecornfieldmeet
Particularly Dangerous Situation: A Disaster Podcast With Climate Change continuing, it is best to know what to do when the next disaster strikes. Be prepared to hear about event after event of intense destruction. Mother Earth and Climate Change are in the ring, and we're watching the fight. As well as people making dire planning mistakes. Join us every weekend as we each discuss a disaster that sucked us into a research rabbit hole. Available where ever you listen to podcasts.  Particularly Dangerous Situation Instagram @pdspodcast Twitter @pdspodcast Facebook @pdangeroussituation
For three days in 1993 Along the whole east coast Was the storm of a Century Where the mountains got the most It was chilly and cold No power around Well, I am told This snow will be sticking to the ground Brett will reveal to us How it all went down It gave the states quite a fuss affecting town to town but it is not over quite yet Bre will tell us about a ship Three days later came a threat Titanic did not last After it hit an iceberg There were icebergs in the forecast One of them became a slicer So let's take a moment to relax And listen to the your hosts tell tales Both with quite the emotional tax Of what can happen when you set sails Come hang out! Instagram @pdspodcast Twitter @pdspodcast Facebook @pdangeroussituation
Thundersnow? Like THUNDER? AND SNOW? This grand phenomenon has been on our minds recently and Brett breaks down the science behind it and some personal experiences. It's pretty clear Brett and Bre get as excited as Jim Cantore did when he experienced thundersnow (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PdRWGMyeSYY). Bre takes us back to 1959 to one of the most devastating disasters to music. The day music died. She tells the story of why they were flying and how the crash was discovered. Why did the plane crash? Take a listen to find out. Reed McDonough video of Thundersnow: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eEaWdNnS8fo Bre's interview on The Sustainable and Green Movement podcast with Andy Andrews: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-sustainable-and-green-movement/id1489042602?i=1000457887467 Instagram @pdspodcast Twitter @pdspodcast Facebook @pdangeroussituation
Let's travel internationally and talk about some disasters that changed History. Brett goes into the 2004 Earthquake that literally shook the world, and created a massive tsunami that hit Thailand and took many lives. Bre takes you to Italy to discuss the Pompeii volcano eruption that gave us a snapshot of Roman's lives during the catastrophe. The extra time of this podcast will be worth it to learn a few new things and explore the details of these shocking events. Don't forget to Rate, Review, & Subscribe! Come hang out with us: Instagram // Twitter // Facebook
Holy Forking Shirt Balls! Somehow, Breana actually guesses what Brett is going to cover...well, sort of. Have you heard of the city of Centralia? Welp, here you go! There is an ongoing fire UNDER the city. This may be Bre's favorite disaster that Brett has covered since it seems so unreal. Then we get a rundown of the 1993 Great Midwest Flood. Finally, Breana touches on a natural disaster. Okay, mostly natural. Wait until you hear about what James Scott decides to do so he can party hardy! Let's just pretend that at some point Breana doesn't say Jack, and continues to say James.  Australia Bushfire: linktr.ee/pdspodcast & middle.io/fires Instagram @pdspodcast Twitter @pdspodcast Facebook @pdangeroussituation PROMO: Wining About Herstory Twitter WaH_Pod Instagram winingaboutherstory Facebook: /WAHpod Listen Now!
Let's talk about the huge Cascadia Earthquake that rocked the Pacific Northwest, and then go over how you can fall into a sinkhole! Also, Anker, we really weren't kidding about wanting you to sponsor us! ** Yes, we have upgraded mics since Episode 1 & Episode 2 ** Don't forget to Rate, Review, & Subscribe! Come hang out with us: Instagram // Twitter // Facebook
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Podcast Details
Started
Oct 9th, 2019
Latest Episode
Feb 11th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
20
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
Yes

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