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Welcome to 1001 Heroes, Legends, Histories & Mysteries Podcast!

This fast-paced, compelling audio show has set a new standard for history storytelling in podcasting, often placing the listener at a crucial moment in history from the outset, and always managing to deliver on tense human drama based upon accurate and painstaking research.

In five words: We Make History Come Alive

1001 Heroes has delivered 5 million episode listens worldwide since our first episode (Gremlins) in 2015. 

Top episodes:

Jack the Ripper: Mayhem in Whitechapel

Bonnie & Clyde: Born To Die (Pts 1 and 2)

The Battle of Midway: Turning Point

Unsung Heroes of The Revolution (1 and 2)

Amelia Earhart (1 and 2)

 The Lost Colony (1 and 2)

You are invited to join us for new episodes every Sunday night at 9pm wherever great podcasts are found.

 

 

Mar 26, 2016

This short story comes from our Mysteries file and is a chilling short story from classic American author Edgar Allen Poe. Poe is considered one of the greatest horror story writers and as the only author that has a professional football team named after one of his works (The Baltimore Ravens). This story is not...


Mar 22, 2016

In this sequel to our previous "FOUR AND TWENTY BLACKBIRDS", we discuss the real meaning behind some of those of those innocent nursery rhymes that kids have been enjoying for years., and look at the "grim" facts behind some well known fairy tales. In order: London Bridge is Falling Down, Jack and Jill, Humpty Dumpty,...


Mar 12, 2016

It is the kind of story you expect to find in the movies- but this one is taking place in real life. When 21 year-old American soldier Norwood Thomas met 17 year-old Joyce Durrant on the banks of the River Thames in London a few weeks before the JUne 6, 1944 D-Day Invasion, neither had any idea they would be reunited by...


Mar 8, 2016

This is the story of the Irish in America. Many people do not realize that in England the protestants were rounding up Irish catholics and selling them into slavery and that many were driven to leave their homeland. They came to America with nothing but hope, suffered hardships and hatred, and fought to earn...