Podcast Ep10: Surprising History You Discover at a Cemetery

We visit Lakeview Cemetery in Cleveland Ohio. The burial site of President James Garfield, John D. Rockefeller, Eliot Ness and many more famous Americans.  This was our first video we recorded at a cemetery and it was much more interesting than we imagined! For more visit us at: talkwithhistory.com Want to have a question featured onContinue reading “Podcast Ep10: Surprising History You Discover at a Cemetery”

Podcast Ep09: History and Rock and Roll: Visiting Bret Michaels’ Hometown

Best known as the lead singer of the 80’s hair band, Poison, Bret Michaels had a big impact on Jenn’s life. We took an opportunity to do something a little different and film a Walk With History video from his hometown of Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania!  Walking through small town Pennsylvania was that much more fun asContinue reading “Podcast Ep09: History and Rock and Roll: Visiting Bret Michaels’ Hometown”

Podcast Ep 08: The Lincoln Assassination – Facts You Never Knew

We walked in the footsteps of history when we visited each location of the various events surrounding the night of President Abraham Lincoln’s assassination. Walking in the footsteps of Lincoln and his cabinet, John Wilkes Booth and his fellow Conspirators is an experience you don’t want to miss!!  The Video: On Location at the Lincoln AssassinationContinue reading “Podcast Ep 08: The Lincoln Assassination – Facts You Never Knew”

Podcast Ep 07: Night of the Living Dead – Visiting and Filming the Cemetery Where it All Happened

Scott and Jenn visited the Evans City Cemetery. The very place where The Night of the Living Dead was filmed in 1967. This film was so iconic and groundbreaking for its time, that is DEFINED the Zombie Movie Genre…forever being known as the father of the zombie film. However, what is the HISTORY of thoseContinue reading “Podcast Ep 07: Night of the Living Dead – Visiting and Filming the Cemetery Where it All Happened”

Podcast Ep06: Dan Rice – The most famous person you have never heard of

Dan Rice was a circus clown…or rathe a circus leader…in the mid 1800s. It is because of him that we have terms like “Jump on the bandwagon”. He essentially made fun of politicians…before that was cool! He also is the reason that we have the iconic “Uncle Sam” Army recruiting posters…those drawings were modeled afterContinue reading “Podcast Ep06: Dan Rice – The most famous person you have never heard of”

Podcast Ep05: Lucille Ball – Her life, hometown, and the museum everyone should visit

This week we talk about the “First Lady of Comedy”, Lucille Ball. Did you know she was the first leading woman to be pregnant on an American TV show? Or did you know that the I Love Lucy show was the FIRST TV show to use film? Many people only know her for the IContinue reading “Podcast Ep05: Lucille Ball – Her life, hometown, and the museum everyone should visit”

Podcast Ep04: Jimmy Stewart – Visiting his hometown and the Jimmy Stewart Museum

Have you ever watched “It’s a Wonderful Life” at Christmas time? If you have then you will probably love this episdoe of Talk With History. Jenn and Scott talk about visiting Indiana, Pennsylvania…not only the Christmas Tree capitol of the world…but also Jimmy Stewart’s hometown! Jimmy grew up here and visited his childhood home allContinue reading “Podcast Ep04: Jimmy Stewart – Visiting his hometown and the Jimmy Stewart Museum”

Happy International Podcast Day

It seems appropriate that we just launched our Talk With History podcast and now it is #InternationalPodcastDay! While we are only 3 episodes in, the feedback from friends, family, and you all here has been incredible. Thank you! Starting and producing this podcast has been much more fun than we expected and now that weContinue reading “Happy International Podcast Day”

Podcast Ep02: How should controversial historical figures be taught?

This week is podcast launch week! We talk about Nathan Bedford Forrest and how he came to have a statue in Memphis…and later why that statue was taken down. Listen to more of our Talk With History podcast here. Transcript Ep02: How should controversial historical figures be taught? Scott 0:11Greetings, and welcome to the TalkContinue reading “Podcast Ep02: How should controversial historical figures be taught?”