The Kitchen Table Historian isn’t just a blog, it’s now a podcast, too!
The American Midwest has often been given a wholesome, down-home image. We are humble, polite, hard-working, and kind. We live in ignorant, naïve bliss of the evils that happen outside of our small towns and close-knit sewing circles.
This couldn’t be further from the truth. Every state in the Midwest has a dark side. Come with me, the Kitchen Table Historian, as I share these stories with you, and make you believe that bad things do happen here.
Make sure to tune in and listen to stories of true crime, the paranormal, and the downright bizarre from the dark history of the Midwest. Available on Apple iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, Blubrry, and TuneIn Radio.
Episode 1: The Devil You Know
Episode 2: Bloody Matrimony
Episode 3: Sudden Endings
Episode 4: Unfortunate Circumstances
Episode 5: The Giant of Scott County
Episode 6: And The Rain Fell, And The Water Rose….
Episode 8: Uninvited Guests
Episode 9: Unseen Malady
Episode 10: Stolen Lives
Episode 11: Buried Secrets
Episode 12: Premonitions of Doom
I’ve also had the opportunity to do some radio interviews over the past year with some really cool people. They’re too good not to share, so I’ve posted links to them below, along with a little blurb about who they are and what we’re talking about. I hope that you enjoy listening to them as much as I enjoyed talking about them!
KALA Radio ‘Relevant or Irrelevant’
KALA is a public radio station based out of St. Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa. One of their programs, ‘Relevant or Irrelevant,’ is an award-winning interview show where they discuss a variety of topics ranging from history, to politics, to, well, pretty much anything.
ROI Episode 273: Murder and Mayhem in Scott County, Iowa
ROI Episode 273, Bonus Web Content: Murder and Mayhem in Scott County, Iowa
ROI Episode 280: Unsolved Murders in Scott County, Iowa
ROI Episode 280, Bonus Web Content: Unsolved Murders in Scott County, Iowa