History consists of heroes and villains (and, I suppose everything in between)... but it's usually the villains who are the most interesting: Their flaws, their quirks, the voids in their hearts that force them to do the unthinkable. These are the characters that fascinate us, that pull us in, that compel us to watch and don’t let us look away. And these are the characters that Scoundrel: History’s Forgotten Villains is all about. Scoundrel, is a new bi-weekly anthology podcast from Kast Media and the award winning creators of Myths & Legends, that tells the stories of the rapscallions through time who were just a little more adept at hiding their evil from historians than others. By joining them on their treacherous journeys, we not only learn about what makes them tick, but more importantly, the times that created them. Sidney Gottlieb, George Remus, Thomas Blood, James McClintock. They’ve all done horrible things...on varying scales. If there’s anything we can salvage from their mis... more
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Magnificent! An amazing gem.
Factual historical information, presented in a fun and light-hearted format. Anxiously awaiting more!!
This podcast has just come out but it’s so interesting to hear all kinds of stories about actually history. And that doesn’t mean I don’t love M&L, Best of the worst, and fictional too.
This show mixes history, storytelling and exceptional writing to illustrate the story! So good! Sounds, voice inflection and music to set the scene- you can picture it in your mind! Visualizing the “villain” completely. I highly recommend!
Jason and Carissa do an amazing job of writing delivering making truth and history come alive.
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