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Nicholas Anable
History's Great Mysteries
Every other week, I take a deep dive into some of the most compelling and unexplained events in human history. As you listen, develop your own theories to these mysteries and revel in the beautiful unknown.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 52 ratings
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I like listening to this podcast while at work! The only thing is I wish you didn’t talk so fast .. I’m hard of hearing so sometimes it’s hard to follow.
✨✨✨🎭✨✨✨ via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/24/22
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This podcast is a time machine into history describing in such detail and in depth I feel as though I am there myself whether it’s the coast of Australia at the somertan beach or in ancient Egypt. This podcast truly is amazing please keep uploading.
InfernoBee10 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/20/22
A solid listen
I’m really enjoying your storytelling style as you narrate these fascinating mysteries, most of which I’d never heard of. I love when the music kicks in when you tell us your theory! Keep up the good work!
Spanishdelyte via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/06/22
Recent Episodes
A mysterious man is found dead on Somerton Beach in Australia, 1948. No one recognizes him, has no belongings, and no known cause of death. As investigators try to piece together the puzzle, it quickly becomes clear that secrets are everywhere. Secret motives, secret identities, secret messages,...
Published 04/24/21
Published 04/24/21
Is there any way that the greatest anomalies of history, from the ancient pyramids of Egypt, to Stonehenge, the Nazca Lines of Peru, and multiple out-of-place artifacts, could be linked under one explanation? Is it possible that our history books have missed something huge? What would this mean...
Published 04/08/21
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