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Everyone needs a hobby … why not impaling strangers?
Napoleon liked his girlfriends to be a soap free zone
Was J P Morgan dreamier than Brad Pitt?
Oh heavens yes … I’d much rather do it with a married gal
Any fool knows … educating women is “unnecessary”
Actually, we rather hoped you’d drowned, also
OK, 69 castles … but a marine architect, also?
There’s no denying it … Errol was a very naughty boy
The bakery’s special today is poisoned bread
Getting shot is no excuse for not turning up
The Naughty Teenage Roman Emperor
British Prime Minister Disraeli’s sparkling wit
Annie Oakley takes aim at Kaiser Bill
Five American sailor brothers lost in one day
Louis XVI has a light breakfast
Winston Churchill and his glow worm
Erskine Childers’ remarkable bravery.
His Grace, the Duke, is in one of his tunnels
Listen up, Cobber … this, was the original ‘Sheila’
Licking conquerors into shape
Can great wealth almost be a curse?
Kingship sometimes can be a bummer
School fees include ‘rioting’ tuition
Famed writer Charles Dickens’ gruesome holiday encounter
How much did the palace cost!!??
Budding billionaire’s beastly boarding school debut
Threat of a Royal cousinly punch settles the Dukedom
Are the best generals a bit unhinged?
Women couldn’t get drunk at all
‘Math geek’ Simpsons’ creators know their history
King Edward VII’s special order, luxury, threesome chair
White House girlfriends
Just another history grad successful CEO
Samurai life was not all cheerily lopping off heads
The ‘greatest movie ever’ spawns reprisals
The meaning of life … more or less
A Hollywood dreamboat explains what PR is
Only a fool would believe in UFOs, right?
Australia’s ‘Sons of Convicts’ reply to the compliment
The book that ‘made’ the Civil War
Medicine has always been a blood and gore business
Heavily pregnant women and children to be hanged also
The Switzerland of Asia combats lift urinating
Try telling that to a New Yorker today
Historical forecasts and winning the lotto
The glamour commando’s unhappy end
JFK tells a pal about his need for girls
An elephant critiques the opera
Lover boy, presidential assassin John Wilkes Booth
Any news today?
Treasure on the royal corpses
Are good looks the best introduction?
Beatle George Harrison invites the Hells Angels over
Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck or Hari Kari comics?
Was Queen Mary a klepto?
Pompeii graffiti and royal childhood candle beatings
Salad and fries with your horse?
Feeling better about your execution
Prince Harry has an arrow removed from his face
Liberace sues a venomous columnist
Facial hair and unsalted eggs
‘Ike’ as publishing deal maker
Redheads need not apply
A fitting memorial to a drowned prime minister
President Garfield’s killer blames the doctors
Gandhi’s life altering train journey
Joe Kennedy flatters President Roosevelt
Drowned in a vat of whiskey…
The World’s Greatest Entertainer’s unusual wedding night
The Sun King’s little, er, personal problem
Gertie shows the fellas how to do it
Mother and Father’s recipe for an unsavory dictator
Perhaps Admiral Lord Nelson didn’t want a kiss
No naughty nightie for Scarlett, thank you Rhett
The ‘roses’ wiped out a third of Europe
Are the French really “cheese eating surrender monkeys”?
King Ludwig and his psychiatrist’s unhappy end
Mark Twain’s celestial arrival and departure
Disembowelling the lawyer might’ve been a tad excessive
The ghastly science of hanging
Some folks just like to conquer
Her Majesty’s foundation bitch
‘Stonewall’ Jackson’s lemons and Secretary Cameron’s red hot stove
Dickie would’ve saved Prince Charles from a disastrous marriage
George Washington was no social butterfly
Italian dictator Benito Mussolini gives dietary advice
Harvard’s first African American Ph.D. tells it as it is
Queen Victoria seeks to message her dead husband
Rolls Royce insults a fabulously wealthy maharaja
The modern world’s debt to Ancient Greece
London Bridge did indeed fall down
Medieval battlefields were no place for hugs and kisses
Lawrence of Arabia’s legacy of safety
Ancient Sparta promotes social equality
America comes to the aid of a starving Europe
The quirky side of royalty
Dueling as a college subject
US President Lyndon Johnson speaks Vietnamese
Queen Boudica avenges the Roman assault on her daughters
Queen Elizabeth has her cousin Queen Mary beheaded
Castration as a job prerequisite
James Bond creator Ian Fleming’s brutal school days
The Zulus regret the French prince’s death
Blind Senator Gore’s promise to America’s mothers
Catherine the Great was one ballsy lady
Financial Advice from an English Duke
France’s famed songstress Edith Piaf
Japanese tourists choose an interesting destination
Alexander the Great’s not too shabby CV
Famed scientist Marie Curie’s garland rich life
The Mad Monk Rasputin’s Dreadful Prediction
Lord Cardigan and the heroic charge of the Light brigade
History’s Unluckiest Lovers
When In Doubt, Amputate
What General Eisenhower really thought of General MacArthur
The incredible strength of Russian Tsar Alexander III
The biggest land sale in history, the Louisiana Purchase
French Marshal Petain expresses his liking for food and girls
First black world heavyweight boxing champion and avid motorist Jack Johnson
Getting the top job at 24
A Brief History of the Brothel
Abraham Lincoln defends his wife Mary Todd’s honor.
The highs and terrible lows of famed American dancer Isadora Duncan.
King Henry VIII of England rewards his pudding maker.
Walt Whitman – American poet and Civil War leg saver.
Antoine Careme: The Chef of Kings and the King of Chefs.
Reichsmarschall Hermann Goring’s wine knowledge is put to the test.
Rich and dashing British Admiral Sir David Beatty and his unusual female advisors.