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Our Fake History
A podcast about myths we think are history and history that might be hidden in myths! Awesome stories that really (maybe) happened!
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4.7 stars from 2,872 ratings
This podcast has been in my top three since it’s start. I’ve replayed the episodes hundreds of times like a weird stalker. So much now that my two year old yells 4, dances for the intro, then returns Sebastians hello with a hearty returned HELLO! It seems odd to write a review of something...Read full review »
saltleafstudios via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/16/20
Aces research and delivery
I appreciate that he does true research and balances out the merits of that research, instead of using only online resources like many history podcasts. His scripts keep you curious and analyzing from beginning to end—all without the need for a bantering sidekick, which tends to annoy me with...Read full review »
RachL2020 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/14/20
Our Fake History is definitely in my top 5 podcasts! The information is laid out in a way that’s easy to understand and follow, and Sebastian is great at explaining different theories without being condescending. Thanks for what you do!
GramD via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 02/12/20
Recent Episodes
In the 1890's a team of physicians and scientists discovered the cause of bubonic plague, a bacteria they named Yersinia Pestis. It was assumed for most of the 20th century that Yersinia Pestis also caused the infamous Black death of the 14th century. But starting in the 1980's a number of...
Published 02/12/20
When studying the plague of the 14th century it can be easy to focus on the death, but on Our Fake History we are so much more interested in life. The people who lived through the plague dealt with the horror of the disease in a variety of weird and wonderful ways. Some people turned to religion,...
Published 01/29/20
The epidemic known as the Black Death struck Europe in 1347 and completely upended medieval society. It's been estimated that roughly half of the European population was killed by this gruesome disease. Despite huge advances in our understanding of this epidemic debate still remains about the...
Published 01/15/20
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