An audio guide to the world’s strange, incredible, and wondrous places. Co-founder Dylan Thuras and a neighborhood of Atlas Obscura reporters explore a new wonder every day, Monday through Thursday. In under 15 minutes, they’ll take you to an incredible place, and along the way, you’ll meet some fascinating people and hear their stories. Our theme and end credit music is composed by Sam Tyndall.
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Atop a mountain in a picturesque Colorado town is the frozen corpse of a Norwegian grandpa. We get the tale of how this came to be, from the person who for years has trekked up and down the mountain for this unique preservation mission. more
We visit southern Benin to hear the story of the Temple of Pythons and clear up some misconceptions about one of the world's most misunderstood spiritual systems. more
A famous movie actress from the 1920s left the world a lasting piece of art — a remarkable miniature home that could be considered Chicago’s cutest piece of real estate. more
Love the podcast but would love more locations outside the US. The Swedish woman with the handbag was great ( but the intro needs to be edited; lots of weird takes of the same intro line ).
All the host are wonderful, they bring there own perspective to the table and that is what makes the show so interesting. Thank you for doing the leg work. Love hearing and then visiting the wondrous places this world can offer.❤️
What a great way to dive into random and interesting topics that make you go hmmm…and I love the length. The show gets right to the topic without a ton of fluff!
Seriously, or not.
Finally something different about places most didn’t know about. I found a podcast and website where i want to read every single article… I discovered it when setting up my SnailMailChronicles.com project and it was love at first sight! Right up my alley.
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