His name is Mudd | Lincoln Assassination

Visiting Dr. Mudd’s home may not have worked out (don’t try to visit on a Thursday!) but we still got to visit some amazing historical spots!! Including the spot where John Wilkes Booth was killed. Plan your visit to Dry Tortugas National Park: https://www.nps.gov/drto/ Video Tour of Lincoln Assassination Sites Intro: 0:00Home of Dr. SamuelContinue reading “His name is Mudd | Lincoln Assassination”

African American Medal of Honor First

Sergeant William Carney was the first African American to be awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions during the Civil War. I was honored to make a video about him. Intro: 0:00 Elmwood Cemetery: 1:03 West Point Memorial: 3:07 Sergeant Carney’s Actions: 5:18 Sgt Carney Historic Marker: 12:41

Interview with  The History Underground  on the History Buzz!

We interview JD from The History Underground and have an absolute blast. The audio only podcast is live everywhere now…and you can get the first two parts of the video interview at our Talk with History YouTube channel. Talk with History

Preview: Interviews on the History Buzz podcast…featuring the History Underground

We have some interviews that we are working on releasing and one of our first ones will be with JD from the History Underground YouTube channel. The videos will be released on our new Talk with History YouTube channel… The video interviews will be put out in segments but the full audio podcast is availableContinue reading “Preview: Interviews on the History Buzz podcast…featuring the History Underground”

History of the First Flight

As a former Navy pilot, visiting the Wright Brothers National Memorial in North Carolina was something I have wanted to do for a very long time. Being at the location of the first ever powered flight felt so close to who I am…as I still take pride in what I did for my country andContinue reading “History of the First Flight”

Walking in Black Beard’s Footsteps

Walking in the footsteps of Black Beard on Ocracoke island was an adventure that we will never forget. Join us and learn about why this infamous pirate loved this part of the Outer Banks of North Carolina and why he was killed just after being pardoned by the British. Intro: 0:00 Ocracoke British cemetery: 0:11Continue reading “Walking in Black Beard’s Footsteps”

Graveyard of the Atlantic History

The Graveyard of the Atlantic is the perfect name for the Outer Banks of North Carolina…and we’ll tell you why. We learn about the history of one of the oldest light houses in America, walk in Black Beard’s footsteps, and learn about an Ironclad battleship that sank not far from where we were! Intro: 0:00Continue reading “Graveyard of the Atlantic History”

History behind famous graves at Hollywood Cemetery

Hollywood Cemetery is more than the spot of 3 US Presidents…a Titanic survivor, Confederate Generals, and the “Richmond Vampire” are just a few of the famous residents that you can visit there. Intro: 0:00 Dr. Hunter McGuire: 0:52 Florence Bernadin Rees: 4:30 Ellen Glasgow: 5:32 The “Richmon Vampire” WW Poole: 6:57 Sallie Partington: 8:15 GeneralContinue reading “History behind famous graves at Hollywood Cemetery”

Army Navy Store History

Through a twist of fate we discovered the oldest Army Navy Surplus Store in Norfolk, Virginia! M and G Surplus has been around since 1946, starting up right after World War II ended. It was so neat to talk to the owners about the history behind the store as well as hear from them onContinue reading “Army Navy Store History”