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Where History Comes Alive! A fast-paced, well-researched weekly podcast covering a wide range of historical events, persons, places, legends, and mysteries, hosted by Jon Hagadorn. 1001 Heroes Podcast is a proud part of the 1001 Stories Podcast Network, which includes 1001 Classic Short Stories & Tales Podcast, 1001 Radio Days, and 1001 Stories For the Road Podcast. The network enjoyed over 5 million listens in the past year from a worldwide audience. SUPPORT OUR SHOW BY BECOMING A PATRON! w ...
 
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1001 had the rare opportunity to speak face to face (on Skype) with physicist, lecturer, and professional UFOlogist Stanton Terry Friedman last year and at that time he shared his knowledge of UFO's as well as his ties to the story known as The Braxton County Monster. This episode is offered here in his honor, as we lost him this pat May 13th. He w…
 
This is the new long awaited for sequel to our ROSWELL UFO episode from last year, detailing the lengths our government went to to cover up the crash of an alien craft in New Mexico in July of 1947 as well as the removal of wreckage and alien bodies from the crash sites. Stay tuned at the end for a portion of our earlier interview with nuclear phys…
 
Jesse James was an American outlaw who rode for Bloody Bill Anderson's bushwhackers and Quantrill's Raiders before, during, and after the Civil War., As a guerilla raider Jesse and his brother Frank took part in the brutal slayings of hundreds of unarmed civilians as well as surrendered union soldiers. As an outlaw after the Civil War, the James br…
 
FROM OUR 2019 ARCHIVES;: Nearly 10 years ago, On April 27, 2011, the U.S. Storm Prediction Center (SPC) counted 219 tornadoes in the United States, breaking a previous record of 147 which was set in 1974. There were 317 fatalities that day alone, and a record-breaking 4 EF-5 tornadoes cut huge swaths through Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee, whi…
 
On July 4th, 1910. in Reno, Nevada, a fight for the Heavyweight Championship of the World took place between Jack Johnson and Jim Jeffries. Jack Johnson was a black man- the first black man to hold the heavyweight title in boxing, which he had won two years before. His lifestyle was, by 1910 standards, flagrant- he was frequently seen acting indece…
 
The first villager, Sarah Bishop, is chosen to be hung, 19 others follow. Anne Putnam Jr. and others put on courtroom shows, accusing innocent people of witchcraft, and the judges and jury all fall for it. This is the story of the victims and the Salem Village citizens, including the handful that stood up for truth in a town gone mad with witch hys…
 
In March of 1692 the little village of Salem Massachusetts became a hotbed of lies, deception, and fear as a group of teenage girls went into convulsions and named selected locals as witches who were possessing them. The judge, the reverends, and most of the townspeople were caught up in the frenzy and fear and those who spoke up faced sure retribu…
 
How were Hitler's forces finally defeated? What happened after the Battle of the Bulge? These questions and many more are answered in this interview with author Sam Mitchum, who the Wall Street Journal calls "a prolific chronicler of WWII". Catch ALL our author interviews in one place here at 1001 History's Best Storytellers! Android devices: https…
 
The movie Raiders of the Lost Ark was the highest grossing movie of 1981 and ensuring lasting stardom for Harrison Ford and Debra Allen. The plot, centered in the 1930's, featured an archeology professor from the US vying against Hitler's agents to recover the Lost Ark of the Covenant, which the Germans believed had power they could harness for war…
 
For a few months back in the summer of 1972, a shaggy beast terrorized the tiny town of Louisiana Missouri, scaring the living bejezuz out of kids and adults and mystifying researchers. He had been spotted at a year previous but forgotten- passed off as a prank, but when he came back, he did so with a vengeance- killing at least one dog, and runnin…
 
In this episode we discuss the spiritualism movement that lit up the country (but especially northwest and central New York) between 1840 and the 1920's, including the Fox sisters, who were fraudulent mediums who made lots of money cheating bereaved war widows and moms. Spiritualism and Ouija boards rely upon communing with spirits of the dead for …
 
The incredible story of America's greatest magician Harry Houdini, who came over from Hungary with his family as a young boy, saw his share of poverty, and decided to make it on his own, using his brain and his God-given talents. He learned magic, married a woman named Bess who became his partner, and worked his way up through stage shows and vaude…
 
In my research, footnotes often contain some of the best history-and here are 9 stories that I found through footnotes. Explicit: animal abuse in story #8 see below. A life saved- a life taken. A young man is rescued from danger by a famous actor in 1864. A man named Burns invents a wacky musical instrument and while the instrument fades into histo…
 
This story chronicles the most powerful and destructive earthquake to ever hit the U.S. mainland, and it was only one of many that hit the settlement of New Madrid Missouri and surrounding towns. Of the top twent earthquakes to hit the U.S. mainland and Alaska, three nit the New Madrid region within a few months, destroying entire towns, causing ge…
 
Nikola Tesla was an American electrical engineer and inventor who made significant bounds in the areas of electrical applications, motors, remote controlled boats, dynamos, and the invention of alternating current motors which could power cars. To honor Tesla's contribution, Elon Musk, the head of the electric car company Tesla, named his company a…
 
Two great stories from the old west! 1) THE LEGEND OF THE LOST SUBLETT MINE They thought Old Ben Sublett was crazy when he rolled into the town of Odessa Texas and persisted in saying that one day he would come back from his weeks of prospecting in the Guadalupes with a wagon full of gold. Those mountains were full of Apaches and rattlesnakes- but …
 
"Close Encounters of the Third Kind: The Incredible Story That Inspired the Spielberg Movie", tells of Project Serpo, a top-secret U.S. government program that arranged an exchange program with aliens that sent 12 astronauts to a planet 40 light years away with hopes of gaining insight to another civilization and their technologies. Inspired largel…
 
A 1947 Lux Radio Theater presentation of the Christmas Classic "Miracle on 34th Street" that you will enjoy. Starring the original film stars Maureen O'Hara. Edwin Gwynn, William Payne and Natalie Wood. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesโดย Jon Hagadorn Podcast Host
 
THREE GHOSTLY STORIES 1, The Greenbrier Ghost- a young lady is murdered by her husband and no one suspects her husband until the dead girl's ghost appears to her mother and explains that she was murdered. This true story from West Virginia is the only murder case in the US that used testimony provided by a ghost as evidence. 2. The White House Ghos…
 
The amazing story of John Dillinger: Public Enemy No. 1 continues. We cover the FBI raid on the Little Bohemia resort, which turned into a public relations nightmare for Hoover and the FBI, as well Dillingers face-changing operation, two of the Dillinger gang's most memorable bank robberies, AnnaSage's betrayal of Dillinger and the FBI's execution …
 
In the episode we take a look at the life and early career of America's most notorious gangster, John Dillinger. His gang, within a one year period from 1933 to 1934 robbed 24 banks and 4 police stations, killing or wounding a number of policemen and creating fear and panic in 5 states, Ohio, Indiana, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Indiana. Catch ALL ou…
 
We interview "The Admirals" author Walter Borneman to get an in-depth look at why Admiral Chester Nimitz was the right man at the right time to lead our US Naval Forces in the Pacific during WWII. Enjoy 1001 Heroes, Legends, Histories & Mysteries on the Podbean Podcast App today! Android - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.podbean.a…
 
In November of 1620 the Pilgrims arrived by ship to a new land filled with danger and uncertainty, a world in which nearly half of them would soon die of starvation and sickness, their final resting place being unmarked graves so as not to let the surrounding Indians know how many of their group had been lost. Yet with unshakable faith and strength…
 
You may not have heard of this largely unsung hero of the Civil War- William J. Cushing...but you are about to. In this interview with author Jerome Preisler (Civil War Commando-William J. Cushing and the Daring Raid to Sink the CSS Albemarle) we are treated to a first-hand look at what goes into the writing of a great non-fiction novel and why 21 …
 
87 year-old Marie Castro, who was a young child on Saipan in 1937 during the Japanese occupation, recalls accounts of Amelia Earhart as a Japanese captive in the summer of that year before her death due to dysentery. Ms. Castro provides a fascinating first-hand account of life on Saipan during the American invasion in 1944. Catch ALL our author int…
 
The search for hijacker D.B. Cooper has perplexed the F.B.I. and hundreds of investigators for 50 years. The History Channel contacted us at 1001 to let us know they are launching a new show called Histories Greatest Mysteries on Nov 14th and asked if we would like to interview the lead investigator for the premier show of the series, titled THE FI…
 
Tom Bass was the son of a slave who developed highly sought after skills in horse training and was known for introducing a new, gentler way of training horses. He became known world-wide for his skills, becoming friends with a wide range of showmen and celebrities like Wild Bill Cody, Will Rogers, and a number of US Presidents. This is his story. E…
 
In 1764 in a small province in south central France,a wolf-like beast began to prey on the people of that community. For three years it continued killing, savagely, terrorizing the region, while eluding all efforts to kill it. Many thought it was unstoppable-that it was the beast from hell. In this story we cover all the theories as to what this be…
 
"Jack the Ripper TUMBLETY DID IT Prime Suspect: Dr. Tumblety. Ripper Author Michael Hawley, author of "The Ripper's Haunts", discusses his new evidence on the only Ripper suspect that provides all these proven matches: 1), Was held by police as a suspect in the Ripper murders, 2), jumped bond and escaped after the last murder; 3) had an open hate f…
 
Rob Demarest, former TV host of the hit show, Ghost Hunters International, takes us on a tour of the some of the spookiest places in the world. Catch ALL our author interviews in one place here at 1001 History's Best Storytellers! Android devices: https://podbay.fm/p/1001-historys-best-storytellers (cut and paste into your url) Apple devices: https…
 
In 1952: THE YEAR OF THE UFOS (PT 2)/SAUCER SWARMS OVER DC/DR. STANTON FRIEDMAN INTERVIEWwe tell "the rest of the story", including the 1952 flying saucer swarms over Washington DC on two consecutive weekends in July of 1952, Washington's reaction, the scrambling and loss of US jet fighters, Feschino's work to discover this and tie all these events…
 
In JACK THE RIPPER (PT 3 OF 3) FROM SUSPECTS TO KILLERS we finish laying out the case for the prime suspects in the brutal Ripper murders that rocked England's Whitehall district in the late 19th century.. This is one of the most heavily researched episodes we have ever done at 1001 Heroes and we believe that the information provided here leads to …
 
A manned UFO lands in a small West Virginia town and becomes of the most believable UFO incidents in American history. Contains an in-depth Ivan Sanderson review. Part two next week we will be speaking with nuclear physicist Dr. Stanton Friedman.and covering the UFO swarm over Washington D.C. 1952. Enjoy 1001 Heroes, Legends, Histories & Mysteries …
 
We name the suspects and narrow them down for you. Then in Part 3 we give you our opinion based on a lot of research as to who did- and we believe it was multiple killers. We will explain why. Catch ALL our author interviews in one place here at 1001 History's Best Storytellers! Android devices: https://podbay.fm/p/1001-historys-best-storytellers (…
 
In part two we cover the finding of the Pendleton bow section with all hands lost, and the rescue of the Ft. Mercer bow and stern sections in high seas off Cape Cod. At the end- parts of a Cape Cod Times interview with Andrew Fitzgerald; portions of the Coast Guard memorial flag ceremony for Berne Webber with words from USCG Master Chief Petty Offi…
 
EXPLICIT-In 1888 London, in the slum district of Whitehall, a murderer was attacking a brutally killing women n the early morning hours. He became known as Jack the Ripper. This is his story.. Catch ALL our author interviews in one place here at 1001 History's Best Storytellers! Android devices: https://podbay.fm/p/1001-historys-best-storytellers (…
 
Part One- Saving the crew of the Pendleton- On February 17th, 1952, a wicked nor'easter tore through New England, leaving 42 deaths n its wake. The cyclone winds, driving snow and sleet, and 70 foot waves caused havoc off Cape Cod, causing two huge T-2 oil tankers to break in half- leaving over 80 crewmen and officers in all 4 ship sections at the …
 
One Holocaust Family's Desperate Plea For Help- "you are surely informed about the situation of all Jews in Europe...help us to follow our children. It is our last and only hope"... This was the desperate plea of Alfred Berger, mailed in a letter to an American stranger who shared the same last name. Fifty years later, after languishing in a trunk …
 
A collection of diverse stories including 1) The origin of the croissant, 2) The race for the atom bomb- it was closer than you think 3), Peter Francisco, teen hero of the revolution, 4,) Annie Oakley misses her chance,5) Brother Can You Spare A Dime, 6), The Legend of the Silver Madonna, 7) Steve Goodman and the City of New Orleans. Link to "the C…
 
We interview Mark Lender, one of the contributors to this fascinating new book, which is a collection of ten new historical works which provide unique insight to the inner workings of the American Revolution. From the Battle in Brooklyn Heights to the Quebec Campaign and the Southern Campaigns for the hearts and minds of patriots and then to Yorkto…
 
In 1942, the United States, still reeling from the Japanese surprise attack on our naval fleet at Pearl Harbor, needed to show Japan that they were not invincible. Jimmy Doolittle led a fleet of 16 bombers on a successful raid over Tokyo- 13 of those crews managed to crash land safely in China -but a handful of American pilot were captured and kept…
 
This is the story of the bloody battle for Okinawa in 1945- the last stop before the invasion of the island of Japan, which continued to refuse to surrender even though Emperor Hirohito and the top military elite knew they had no chance of winning.The Japanese dug in with 140,000 army regulars and Okinawan conscripts and prepared for an all out sui…
 
1001 Best History Storytellers Podcast offers this special interview with Tuskegee Airman Lt. Col. Harry T. Stewart in which recalls the challenges he faced being among the first black pilots to enter the US Air Force- and provides an inspiring account of the kind of focus and hard work which is needed to achieve your dreams...along with the necess…
 
Solving one of America's greatest unsolved mysteries- the location of the Lost Dutchman's treasure trove- and solving the mystery of the legendary Peralta Maps-is a feat that very people can accept. But one humble cab driver who has spent 30 years part-time prospecting in gold-rich Arizona has apparently found the key. Now he has to figure out how …
 
When Berlin fell in April-May of 1945 under the Russian onslaught, Adolph Hitler and his new bride Eva Braun, as the story went for years, committed double suicide- he by a gunshot to his head, and she by cyanide. The story continued that their bodies were carried outside of their bunker and set ablaze by their personal guards. For years the Russia…
 
Joan of Arc leads France to a series of victories against the English until she is captured and imprisoned. She is given an unjust and illegal trial and the Catholic Bishop declares her to be a heretic- after which she is burned at the stake.. We discuss what the world might look like had France not won its freedom against England, and most histori…
 
In 1425 France was reeling from decades of war with with England and almost all hope was gone, The French people, never giving up hope, found solace in an old prophecy that had come from centuries ago. The prophecy stated "A woman shall loose France...but it shall be redeemed once again by a virgin from the border of Lorraine". The first part of th…
 
In VETERAN'S FORUM, which is a new feature within 1001 Heroes podcast, we talk with military service veterans about their time spent on deployment outside of country. Contact us at 1001storiespodcast@gmail.com if you would like to volunteer your time to speak with us. All fronts from WWII to present day are welcome. Bobby Randall served with the US…
 
Bigfoot, also called Sasquatch, is the last great American natural mystery to be solved. Join us for a look at the science behind the search for Bigfoot and decide for yourself whether he exists or is the product of hypes, hoaxes and misidentifications. NEW 1001 Ghost Stories & Tales of the Macabre is now playing at Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts…
 
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