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Posthumous Pals
The Posthumous Pals is a humorous podcast where we discuss dead people... and if we'd be their friends.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 8 ratings
Listening to Posthumous Pals is like hanging out with your smart, hilarious friends. I like it because it is an unpretentious history show which is always clever, sassy, and full of charm!
Fellow Scientist via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/11/17
Fun with friends
This podcast feels like sitting around having some laughs with good friends, plus you walk away having inadvertently learned some really interesting historical information! Witty, fun, and informative!
Chrissssied via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/12/16
Fun gals
I learn a lot and laugh too. If you like history and funny anecdotes, this is your podcast.
DangerPrid via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/30/16
Recent Episodes
Back from their hiatus, the Pals dive back in with a discussion of the original How to Make a Murderer, the original 99 problems, and some terrible nerds: Leopold and Loeb! We are trying some new things, so bear with the audio quality!
Published 11/09/17
In this episode the Pals are joined by returning Episode 17 guest Alexa to talk about a three toothed casanova, the original Charlie's Angels (of primate research), and yet another credit-stealing-cheater-cheater-pumpkin-eater: Louis Leakey! Join the conversation and get the recipe for the...
Published 07/12/17
In this episode the Pals discuss the original "Lost," the original Build-A-Bear, and the original there-goes-the-neighborhood: The Lost Colonies of Roanoke! Also features a discussion of the CW show "Supernatural." Join the conversation and get the recipe for the "Lost Island Iced Tea" cocktail...
Published 06/23/17
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