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In the mountains of central Appalachia, blood runs as deep as these hollers and just as dark. Since before our kind knew these hills, hearts of unknowable hunger and madness have slumbered beneath them. These are the oldest mountains in the world. How dare we think we can break the skin of a god and dig out its heart without bringing forth blood and darkness? Old Gods of Appalachia is a horror-anthology podcast set in the shadows of an Alternate Appalachia, a place where digging too deep int ...
 
An overweight, 61-year-old retiree, with zero hiking experience, decided to hike the entire 2,185.3 mile length of the Appalachian Trail in 2014. What could possibly go wrong? As his brother, Mike, commented, "It's a bit like taking up boxing and fighting Mike Tyson in your first bout." Join Steve and his guests as they discuss all aspects of the trail, from gear to Lyme Disease, then back to trail magic and injury.
 
Welcome to Appalachian Mysteria, a true-crime podcast series that all started with Mared & Karen: The WVU Coed Murders and Big Savage: The Death of Alexander Stevens. As the podcast has grown we decided to combine our feeds, join forces with Jam Street Media, and work on Season 3! So, if things look a little different, that's why. Stay tuned!
 
Co-hosts Bill Dunham and Dr. Fred Mackara provide monthly updates on the markets and the economy and conduct long form interviews with business, governmental, academic, and entrepreneurial thought leaders in the Southern Appalachians to find new trends in business and economic development in the region. Produced by Hoover Mutascope Productions in association with Public Radio 89.5 WETS-FM.
 
Having long been in this region, Black Appalachians remain mostly invisible, while the dominant narratives of Appalachia depict an overwhelming, white cultural homogeneity. The Black in Appalachia Podcast challenges these misconceptions by highlighting how Black families have shaped and have been shaped by the region. Through historical and contemporary stories of people, places and experiences, hosts Enkeshi El-Amin and Angela Dennis interrogate what it means to be Black in Appalachia, crea ...
 
A podcast dedicated to ending the environmentally destructive practice of Mountaintop Removal Mining (MTR) that is devastating the Appalachian Mountains. Featuring a summary of the best current news items and media pieces focusing on MTR.Email: StopMTR@WaterPodcast.comFor further information on Mountaintop Removal Mining visit: ilovemountains.org and appvoices.org
 
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On April 11, 1946, Earl McFarland was captured by the FBI at the corner of Gay Street and Magnolia Avenue in Knoxville while waiting for a streetcar. Why this happened to a Marine veteran of the Battle of Guadalcanal is the subject of our story today. You can subscribe to the Stories podcast on your favorite podcast app. Thanks for listening to our…
 
In this week’s episode of Inside Appalachia, we’ll talk with West Virginia native, Anna Sale. And we’ll hear from teenagers in Charleston who lost their friend to gun violence. We’ll hear the history behind Mother’s Day, and we’ll go on a nature hike with biologists who are restoring wetlands for frogs and salamanders.…
 
The light dies and the darkness comes to the big parlor house out in the gap. There will be blood. There will be death. The conclusion of the The Railroad Man and the Local Magistrate storyline. CW: Discussion of agency and consent, gunfire, body horror, decay, aging, death by magic, death of human appearing monsters, familial stress and conflict. …
 
Today we speak to two leaders of the Reimagine Appalachia campaign, which seeks to promote clean energy and economic revitalization in our region. https://www.reimagineappalachia.org https://www.facebook.com/ReImagineAppalachia/videos/?ref=page_internal https://www.eia.gov/state/?sid=WV#tabs-5 https://www.marshall.edu/drinko/…
 
Fred and Bill revisit two interviewees this week. ETSU engineering technology graduate Joey Powers took notice of an article on Yahoo! back in his undergraduate days inn 2011 and turned it into a thriving business - Green Cube Solutions - that now employs 15 people in Blountville. Then Elizabethton Parks & Recreation Director Mike Mains talks about…
 
On April 11, 1946, Earl McFarland was captured by the FBI at the corner of Gay Street and Magnolia Avenue in Knoxville while waiting for a streetcar. Why this happened to a Marine veteran of the Battle of Guadalcanal is the subject of our story today. You can subscribe to the Stories podcast on your favorite podcast app. Thanks for listening to our…
 
Jim Harrison serves as the Director of Outdoor Programs at Emory and Henry College, where he created and oversees the Semester-A-Trail program. The only one of its kind in the country, this program allows students to thru-hike the Appalachian Trail while enrolled in courses tailored to their experience. Jim was shaped by his 1997 southbound AT thru…
 
A cryptid with a legend that dates back to the 18th century in the mountains of Maryland. Who had a $100,000 warrant out for its capture. Who hunted the children and animals of Fredrick County, Maryland. In this episode of Appalachian Monsters & Mysteries we discuss the Snallygaster. Instagram: @ammpod Twitter: @ammpod1 TikTok: @ammpod Facebook: ht…
 
Economic news was mixed last month, yet the market continued on its run, with indices closing near their record highs at the end of the month. Fred Mackara reports on economic news highlighted by a disappointing labor number for April. Markets took this as a sign of continuing easy money policy - giving Bill Dunham a pleasant Wall Street trend on w…
 
In 1925 the state of Tennessee passed the Butler Act, which made it illegal to teach the theory of evolution in public schools. Today we tell part two of that story, the trial itself. You can subscribe to the Stories podcast in many ways: on our website, www.storiespodcast.net, at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, Audible, Player FM and ma…
 
In 1925 the state of Tennessee passed the Butler Act, which made it illegal to teach the theory of evolution in public schools. Today we tell part two of that story, the trial itself. You can subscribe to the Stories podcast in many ways: on our website, www.storiespodcast.net, at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, Audible, Player FM and ma…
 
In this era, kids spend so much time looking at screens. This week on Inside Appalachia, we’ll meet a storyteller and songwriter who inspires kids to get outside and explore nature. And we visit a former strip mine where Elk are being reintroduced. This episode explores stories about humans and nature, and what experiencing the outdoors means to di…
 
Will Campbell "Guano Man" joins the show this week as the first "subject matter expert" to discuss electronics and technology on the trail. With his electrical engineering background, we discuss batteries, cell phone systems, and chargers, all while considering the unique needs and challenges of the trail. Guthook Articles: https://atlasguides.com/…
 
Today on Appalachian Vibes Megan Jean reveals the meaning behind "Playground Queen" the story of a fictional mother, a mother Megan imagines as the type of mother she would like to have, telling her daughter not to be like her. To show herself love and not allow the judgement of the world to determine who her daughter becomes. To learn more about M…
 
It's been a busy few weeks of work for the both of us, but we were excited to reminisce everything the podcast has let us experience the past 6 months. We've been able to share the unique stories of some folks we know personally as well as meet great people along the way. If you're a new listener, we encourage you to check our our previous episodes…
 
Just weeks before moving, a 20-year-old secretary seems to disappear into thin air. When police discover that nightmares, a secret admirer, and mysterious phone calls are involved, it proves that this case is anything but normal. Listen as we discuss the mysterious disappearance of Cynthia "Cindy" Anderson. Instagram: @ammpod Twitter: @ammpod1 TikT…
 
The seven year project to remediate a leak at the Tennessee Valley Authority's Boone Dam in Gray is nearing completion, as lengthy stretches of the Watauga River and Beaver Creek are being covered up by the rising pool. Mary Ellen Miller, Community Relations Program Manager for TVA, revisits the history of the dam's reconstruction and shares the an…
 
In 1925 the state of Tennessee passed the Butler Act, which made it illegal to teach the theory of evolution in public schools. A group of men in Dayton, Tennessee, decided to challenge that law with the help of the ACLU, picking a high school teacher named John Scopes as their defendant. Today we tell part one of that story. You can subscribe to t…
 
In 1925 the state of Tennessee passed the Butler Act, which made it illegal to teach the theory of evolution in public schools. A group of men in Dayton, Tennessee, decided to challenge that law with the help of the ACLU, picking a high school teacher named John Scopes as their defendant. Today we tell part one of that story. You can subscribe to t…
 
Lots of rural communities in Appalachia also have unsafe drinking water. This week on Inside Appalachia, we’ll hear from people in Appalachia who are trying to bring clean drinking water to their friends and neighbors. President Joe Biden’s “American Jobs Plan” includes billions of dollars that would go to fixing water systems, but will it be enoug…
 
Lisa and Gordon Simmons are the proud owners of Hostel Around the Bend in Hiawassee, Georgia. The hostel is just half a mile from Dick's Creek Gap (AT Mile 69.2) and this is their first season fully open. We discuss the experience of running a hostel, how the year has gone for them, and even share some advice for hikers. If you'd like to stay at Ho…
 
Built in 1779 with guests ranging from President Abraham Lincoln to outlaw Jesse James. The Old Talbott Tavern is full of paranormal activity and a very famous ghost who still walks the halls today. Instagram: @ammpod Twitter: @ammpod1 TikTok: @ammpod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Appalachianmm/ Contact us at: appalachianmm@gmail.com…
 
ETSU Professors Robin Feierabend, Ronald Roach, and Randy Wykoff provide us an interdisciplinary perspective on how Appalachian community efforts have fought against our two biggest pandemics in the past century.โดย Chris White
 
Over a 40-plus year career with the city, Phil Pindzola has overseen the expansion of Johnson City infrastructure, the development of several business corridors, and the redevelopment of the downtown district. He's not done. Phil talks new parks, new arterial roadways, and the downtown to ETSU campus Walnut Street corridor, and how he approaches ec…
 
Today we go back and retell one of our favorite stories, about a very odd occurrence at a farm in Kentucky in the 1870s that’s still a mystery today. A tasty tale, indeed. You can subscribe to the Stories podcast on such fine podcast apps as Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Audible, IHeart Radio and more. We’re also on YouTube! B…
 
Today we go back and retell one of our favorite stories, about a very odd occurrence at a farm in Kentucky in the 1870s that's still a mystery today. A tasty tale, indeed. You can subscribe to the Stories podcast on such fine podcast apps as Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Audible, IHeart Radio and more. Thanks for listening!…
 
This week's episode of Inside Appalachia is a mix of rich storytelling and cross-cultural collaborations. What happens when a musician from Belarus gets together with Appalachian folk musicians? And we’ll talk with Affrilachian writer Crystal Wilkinson, who has just been named Kentucky’s Poet Laureate.…
 
The Railroad man and his new friends follow Vera Blevins to Baker's Gap in 1913, and things will never be the same. CW: Mention of death of a family member by illness, family strife, mention of consentual sex work, verbal threats, discussion of religious issues. Written by Steve Shell and Cam Collins Narrated by Steve Shell Sound design by Steve Sh…
 
For my show this month, I've returned to the Class of 2019 and a woman I met quite early on. Sarah Jane Hatfield was an outwardly confident hiker, with a YouTube channel and blog for a local newspaper, chronicling her way north. However, that wasn't at all how she felt in those early days. Her fascinating story is punctuated with a birth (her daugh…
 
We sit down with the owner/curator of the Mothman Museum, Jeff Wamsley, to discuss the impact that one of the most famous cryptid creatures has had on its hometown. We talk about how the interest in the paranormal has grown the local economy and has been a catalyst for positive chance over the past 20 years. Mothman Museum…
 
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