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In this special episode after gathering research over a period of several months Jay and Erin go over a small chunk of the history of Grand Rapids. Centered around the GR Crime Tour and crimes that were committed in Grand Rapids they invite the
On this episode based on a listener request, Jay and Erin dive into the life of Amelia Earhart. While not the only female pilot (more on that in the episode) she did live an extraordinary life, had many firsts for female aviators, and still lef
Erin and Jay take a break and do a very mini episode that features an event where everything that could go wrong, did go wrong.www.yesthatactuallyhappened.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/ytahpodcast)
Jay and Erin again take a dark turn into some darker crimes that occurred through history. First visit a small German town where an entire family was murdered and remains unsolved o this day. Then travel to Alcatraz and learn about one of their
Erin and Jay pop in for a quick mini bonus episode exploring a very unique plague that swept through Europe in the Middle Ages. What exactly was the dancing plague and what caused these unusual symptoms?Support the show (https://www.patreon.com
Erin and Jay explore medicine with a focus on how surgery today came to be. Learn how things first started (try not to cringe too much), how Jay is very anti-bug, where amputations first started, the legal aspects and change in education. Liste
Erin and a special guest (also named Aaron) explore the weird history of wine in where it originally came from, what it's uses were, and why it is so deeply engrained in our culture. They also hit a little history of wine in Michigan and highli
Erin and Jay travel to France to focus on the history of the Eiffel Tower, the good, the bad and the plain weird. Listen as they learned how the tower came to be, why some were against it being built at all and why Jay will get nervous visiting
Note: While this does not contain super explicit material, it does contain some ideas and images that might make some audience uncomfortable. Listener discretion advised.Erin and Jay decide to look into some details on the history of cannibalis
Erin and Jay get spooky again with another round of disappearances and murders. Join them as they investigate a Prime Minister's disappearance and then a serial killer in the Southern United States. History is a wild ride and it isn't always bo
Erin and Jay honor animals of all types that have served in the war, focusing on several animal stories in World War II. Meet a cat who spent way too much time in the water, a bear who enjoyed relaxing as much as the next person, and a dog who
This week Erin and Jay focus on the suffrage movement within New Zealand. Learn how New Zealand became one of the first countries to allow women to vote in Parliament elections and the women who got them there.Ā Support the show (https://www.pat
Erin and Jay explore the military forces of Ancient Rome, focusing on two different generals and two important battles that they fought. Were the Romans the obvious victors or was it more complicated than that and what would Sun Tzu think?Follo
This week Erin and Jay entertain themselves on the court system for animals on trial for crimes against humans. What crimes did they commit that they stood trial for? What were the punishments? Did this actually happen? Listen to their first vi
This episode contains mentions of crimes that include death and images that may be disturbing for some listeners. Listener discretion is advised. This episode Erin and Jay try out the role of investigators and explore some interesting mysteries
Ahoy! Hosts Erin and Jay (of High School Author Wannabe) set sail to explore the history of pirates in a less known location, the Great Lakes, trivia of pirates, and the differences between pirates in the history books and pirates today. They a
This week Erin and Jay learn about espionage in World War II. One man,Ā  Juan Pujol Garcia, becomes a spy for Germany and travels to England to recruit others for his mission and to spy on the Allies. But not all is what it seems and Garcia will
This episode Erin and Jay (High School Author Wannabe) go through 6 women throughout history who, for various reasons, would dress as and assume a man's identity as well as the difficulties associated with these disguises.Support Us On: Buy Me
This week Erin and Jay dive into the oddity that is Better Baby Contests, competitions that were popular in the early 1900's. Find out how they came to be, their connection to eugenics, and the history of eugenics in the United States. For a fu
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