We love dining out on bad behavior so much it's practically our national dish. But while some scandals stick, most front-page stories end up forgotten. Till now! Armed only with Google and their own indefatigable curiosity, co-hosts Kasey Howe and Mark Peikert scrabble through the graveyards of forgotten headlines to unearth the stories that once consumed the country. Join the fray as Shocking! Lurid! Tawdry! remembers what America forgot. Logo: Jessica Balaschak | Music: Caveman of Los Angeles by Party Store Music Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/american-scandals/support
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There's just something about seeing hypocrites fully exposed that is so satisfying, particularly when the takedown is as juicy and salacious and, yes, tawdry as that of Jerry Falwell Jr. You no doubt remember the Pool Boy Scandal of 2020, which began... more
It's an unintentional double-header of acid heads, as Kasey follows up Mark's episode about Unmask Alice with a deep dive into an aside from the book about the CIA's Operation Midnight Climax. Yes, it sounds like some horny high school boys started a... more
Mark went to Vegas and came back brimming over with awe at Rick Emerson's book "Unmask Alice: LSD, Satanic Panic, and the Imposter Behind the World's Most Notorious Diaries." Do you know the book "Go Ask Alice"? Probably. You're likely less familiar ... more
Two lovely people talking vile trash and truth is stranger than fiction. Love from Australia.
Too much giggling & stretching the story.
A little more research (or some fact-checking) would be in order. The San Fernando Valley is not the same as the San Joaquin Valley. The former is actually part of Los Angeles County and, although a center of citrus production and other agriculture that suffered when the LA basin became a metropolis, it is not the great loser in the Owens Valley water battle. The latter, the San Joaquin Valley - otherwise known as the Central Valley - is actually the "breadbasket" you spoke of and the region tha... more
Not only is there no script, weak research and a barely discernible grasp of story, this pod is also crammed with lame interjections, clichés and the most inane filler — like a book report written on the bus to school. Have a little more regard for your audience, guys.
Great stories with great unheard information, I'm sure. I just can't get past the lip smacking, umm's, lip smacking, likes, lip smacking and giggling. more
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