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Mountain Murders Podcast
Appalachia's Charles Manson Part One

Mountain Murders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 103:52


A case we said we'd never cover....but here we are! Charles Manson is often associated with California-but he was born and raised in Appalachia! Join Mountain Murders as we examine his early childhood and teen years before he became an infamous criminal. Intro Music by Joe Buck YourselfHosts Heather and Dylan PackerEmail MountainMurdersPodcast@gmail.com

WPKN Community Radio
Walk for Appalachia's Future

WPKN Community Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 29:18


Three voices of people I met on my two-week Walk for Appalachia's Future against the Mountain Valley fracked gas pipeline along its route in WV and VA.

Hike: Explore | Wander | Live
Appalachia: Memories and Freedom

Hike: Explore | Wander | Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 17:00


Brian and Jennifer of Easy Wind Outfitters talk to Lori about what Appalachia means to both of them. It's a mix of sweet memories and sweet corn, the freedom of the trail and the beauty of it and finding joy in bringing that to others who love both the Appalachian trail and the land we call Appalachia.Connect with Easy Wind Outfitters: Web site: easywindoutfitters.comInstagram: @easywindoutfittersConnect with Lori:Instagram: @thehikepodcastTwitter: @thehikepodcastBlog: thehikepodcast.wordpress.comFacebook: @thehikepodcastEmail: hikepodcast@gmail.com Support the show

Stories-A History of Appalachia, One Story at a Time
Belle Boyd, The Siren of the Shenandoah

Stories-A History of Appalachia, One Story at a Time

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 10:43


Isabella Marie Boyd, better known to history as Belle Boyd, was a notorious rebel spy during the Civil War who used her wiles to obtain Union secrets which she then passed on to the Confederate government. Today we tell the story of this woman, who was born in what's now West Virginia.You can subscribe to the Stories podcast on Spreaker, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Audible, Goodpods, Audacy, Spotify, or on your favorite podcast app.Thanks for listening and for sharing our stories with your friends.

Black in Appalachia
Black in Appalachia: Swimming and Pools

Black in Appalachia

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 41:33


On this episode of the podcast Enkeshi and Pumpkin talk about Black people's relationship with swimming and pools in America. We discuss the stats,  dispel the myths, explore the racist histories and share the stories from Black experiences in Appalachia. Guests on this episode include swim advocate Beverly McCloud Iseghohi, University of Montana Professor, Dr. Jeff Wiltse, Black Appalachian author Malaika Adero and Knoxville based cultural worker Aishia Brown.

Doomer Optimism
Episode 51 - SaraDay Evans w/ Dr. Josh Kearns and Jason Snyder

Doomer Optimism

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 86:42


This episode of Doomer Optimism sees Jason Snyder (@cognazor) hanging out with two native children of Appalachian, returning guest/host Dr. Josh Kearns (@HillbillyNarnia) and SaraDay Evans (@esaraday). What naturally starts as an interesting dissection of the tragi-magic quality to Appalachian living turns inevitably to SaraDay's amazing work with Accelerating Appalachia, a nature-based business accelerator that connects innovative businesses, investors and mentors who aligned with people, place and prosperity. Oh, and SaraDay is Wendell Berry's niece-in-law! About SaraDay Evans Sara Day Evans is the Founding Director for Accelerating Appalachia and Co-Founder of Prosperity Collective. She's a sixth generation Kentuckian, and has worked with communities and small businesses across the southeast for over 20 years. She's served over 300 communities and small businesses in economic development, entrepreneurship and environmental protection and leveraged over $250M in funding in service to the southeast and Appalachian region. She was awarded a presidential commendation from Bill Clinton for her work in the health and livelihood of women living in Appalachian Kentucky through her clean water efforts. With degrees in Geology/Hydrogeology and a background in water law, she was instrumental in developing Kentucky's groundwater protection programs and later developed Kentucky's first ongoing solid waste management fund, resulting in an 85% reduction in illegal dumping and a 25% increase in recycling. She served western North Carolina's hardest hit counties by developing sustainable economy plans that fit with the people and place of the region and created North Carolina's Green Economy Resources Directory. She's particularly proud of the program she developed and implemented to install clean energy systems on farms in western NC's high-unemployment counties while also training high school and community college students in clean energy installation. In 2011, Sara Day co-founded the social enterprise Prosperity Collective and inspired by the textile, farming, forest products skills of Appalachians, the expanding world of social entrepreneurs and investing for good, she launched Accelerating Appalachia in 2012 to serve nature-based businesses in Appalachia and beyond. About Dr. Josh Kearns Josh is a born-n-bred Appalachian and a native of West-By-God-Virginia and damn proud of it. He studied chemistry and environmental engineering at Clemson (BS), biogeochemistry at Berkeley (MS), and environmental engineering at CU-Boulder (PhD). He's spent years bumming around rural and remote communities in Thailand, Burma/Myanmar, India, Nepal, Ladakh, Sri Lanka, and Mexico, and generally tried to make himself useful while doing so. He's the Director of Science for Aqueous Solutions, and the Chief Technical Advisor for Caminos de Agua, grassroots water and health development organizations in Thailand and Mexico, respectively. He taught environmental engineering courses at NC State University for a couple of years before returning to his roots as a freelance renegade scientist and exponent of ecological transition engineering. He lives with his wife Rachael and all their critters on a small mountaintop homestead in southern Appalachia. About Jason Snyder Metamodern localist | homesteading, permaculture, bioregional regeneration | meditation, self inquiry, embodied cognition | PhD from Michigan State University, faculty Appalachian State University.

Busty Asian Beauties: A Supernatural Podcast
Episode 35: Instructions Unclear I Got My Dick Stuck In The Flaming Michael's Sword

Busty Asian Beauties: A Supernatural Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 136:36


Today, Crystal & Grey discuss Supernatural Episode 02.13 - Houses of the Holy. We talk about: the introduction of Magic Fingers, how Grey thought New England was a fake place, and Mama Mary. U.S. Reproductive Rights Organizations to Donate To Funds: 1. The National Network of Abortion Funds takes donations and splits them among various abortion funds nationwide that help pay for abortion procedures or other costs related to abortion. It also has a page to find local abortion funds in your state 2. Indigenous Women Rising provides financial support to any indigenous people in the US seeking an abortion 3. The Brigid Alliance helps book and pay for transportation, lodging, food, and childcare for people who are getting an abortion at 15+ weeks pregnant 4. Holler Health Justice is a POC-led abortion support fund in Appalachia that also provides free emergency contraception 5. Midwest Access Coalition helps Midwesterners with transportation, lodging, and other expenses related to traveling for an abortion Clinics: 1. The Abortion Care Network is a network of independent abortion clinics nationwide. Donations help keep these clinics running. You can also find a member organization here and donate directly 2, Planned Parenthood provides abortion procedures, contraception, and other reproductive health services 3. You can also find a local clinic to donate to through the National Abortion Federation's "Find a Provider" page Episode Transcript: https://bustyasianbeautiespod.carrd.co/#transcripts Give us a Tip! Ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/bustyasianbeautiespod Follow us! Twitter: https://twitter.com/beautiespodcast Tumblr: https://bustyasianbeautiespod.tumblr.com/ Email us! Email Address: bustyasianbeautiespod@gmail.com Podcast art is made by cyvvang! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cyvvang/ Redbubble: https://www.redbubble.com/people/cyvvang/shop --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bustyasianbeautiespod/message

The Matthew West Podcast
Stephen Miller on the Art of Messing Up

The Matthew West Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 66:23


My guest today is an author, vlogger, and entrepreneur. His popular YouTube channel The Miller Fam has a million subscribers and his family journey is an inspiring one. We're celebrating the release of his great new book, The Art of Messing Up. Let's go to the Story House with Stephen Miller! THANK YOU TO MY SPONSORS! Catalina Crunch - Snacks that are both nourishing and delicious. Score 15% off your first order + FREE shipping with code MATTHEWWEST at checkout. Christian Appalachian Project has been serving the people of Appalachia for nearly sixty years through donor support, dedicated volunteers, and selfless staff. CAP now touches the lives of more than 1.5 million people each year. Donate today to help CAP restore hope in the lives of children, their families, and seniors in Central Appalachia! FIND PODCAST RESOURCES AND MORE FROM THIS EPISODE at matthewwest.com/podcast/stephenmiller

Your Average Witch Podcast
Margo of The Hearth & Hedge Podcast. Gandalf, families, and silence

Your Average Witch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 43:04


In this episode I talk to Margo, cohost of The Hearth and Hedge podcast. Margo talks about delving into the family practice, what advice she'd like to hear from Gandalf, and how maybe what we need sometimes is to be silent. As a reminder it's podbirth month! You can check out the giveaway over on instagram. I'm giving away three gift bags and one of my monthly Patreon spell boxes, which was offered froma previous guest- the always wonderful Andrea of Appalachia. thehearthandhedge.cominstagram.com/thehearthandhedgeMediumship MattersMedium Hannah Macintyre has been working with the Spirit World for over a decade...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

Writer, Writer, Pants On Fire
Jamie Lyn Smith On Writing Appalachia & Short Stories

Writer, Writer, Pants On Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 26:16


Today's guest is Jamie Lyn Smith, author of Township, a collection of short stories set in Appalachia. Jamie joined me today to talk about writing literature of place, the art of the short story, and ways to make money on your short fiction.  Read the Transcript Support the Podcast Follow on Facebook   Jamie's Links: Site Twitter Instagram     Ad Links: ShePodcasts Use Code WWPF for $50 off your ticket! Beneath the Water by Eve S. Evans Meet Cute Box Use Code SUMMER20 for 20% Off in June!

The Midnight Podcast
Episode 189 | My girlfriend and I were chased by a satanic cult in the Appalachia mountains of West Virginia

The Midnight Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 9:03


Special thanks to: Randomguyspeaks Story: My girlfriend and I were chased by a satanic cult in the Appalachia mountains of West Virginia https://www.reddit.com/r/nosleep/comments/vb1q3g/my_girlfriend_and_i_were_chased_by_a_satanic_cult/ Music by: Myuu https://www.youtube.com/user/myuuji ► Want to send me a story? https://storiesaftermidnight.reddex.app/ ► Stories After Midnight on Twitter https://twitter.com/S_A_Midnight ► Follow Stories After Midnight on Instagram @storiesaftermidnight ► Listen Offline With Spotify! The Midnight Podcast - https://open.spotify.com/show/1PZtWmKZftMks0NXKO4mRw ► Listen Offline With Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-midnight-podcast/id1466702639 ► Join The Midnighters Community! https://discord.gg/WBkGuAb ► Grab Some Merch & Support The Channel! https://teespring.com/stores/stories-after-midnight ♥ I love you all! ♥

Mountain Murders Podcast
The Outlaw Rube Burrow

Mountain Murders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 92:44


Rube Burrow started life as the son of a simple Alabama farmer. He moved to Texas where he became a cowboy, cattle hand and a farmer. The hardscrabble life of a rancher wasn't working for Rube-so he organized a gang along with his brother Jim-The Burrow's Gang. He became an infamous train robber in the Southern US. During the final years of the American frontier, Rube became one of the most wanted outlaws since Jesse James (his hero!). Join us for a tale of adventure and true crime as we go way back to the 1800s! Intro music by Joe Buck YourselfHosts Heather and Dylan Packeremail mountainmurderpodcast@gmail.com

Mountain Murders Podcast
Jolee Callan

Mountain Murders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 43:53


We skipped this week's Wednesday episode so let us make it up to you! This week we're staying in Alabama to cover the case of Jolee Callan who was lured on a hike by her ex-boyfriend. Hosts Heather and Dylan Packeremail mountainmurderspodcast@gmail.com

Stories-A History of Appalachia, One Story at a Time

Lawyer, politician, Confederate general, land developer, promoter of coal and the founder of the town of Damascus, Virginia. All these jobs were held by one man for whom a mine and a coal camp were also named: General John D. Imboden.Today we tell his story.Be sure to subscribe to the Stories podcast on your favorite podcast app.Thanks for listening!

Hike: Explore | Wander | Live
Appalachia: My Trip to West Virginia

Hike: Explore | Wander | Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 5:52


Lori shares how the summer before her 3rd grade road trip influenced her life. She shares the roller coaster roads and what farm to table really means in Appalachia. From walking the forest roads collecting rocks or marveling at the hilltop cemeteries, she'll also read the short essay she wrote for her 3rd grade writing assignment. Roller coaster sound effects downloaded from BBC Sounds. Connect with Lori:Instagram: @thehikepodcastTwitter: @thehikepodcastBlog: thehikepodcast.wordpress.comFacebook: @thehikepodcastEmail: hikepodcast@gmail.com Support the show

Justified Radio
The Book of Daniel Chapter 9 Part 6 - The 70th Week

Justified Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 39:34


David and Phil discuss the 70th week of Daniel and touch on the Church Age, the Tribulation, and the Rapture along the way.

Wild & Weird Radio
Eerie Appalachia The Eerie World of Mark Muncy

Wild & Weird Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 70:47


Author Mark Muncy joins us to talk monster on the heels of his latest book release. "Eerie Appalachia".  Mark shares various stories and legends that made it in to the book plus some tales from his past that influenced his work.  If your a fan of the Wild & Weird pick up Eerie Appalachia then dim the lights and listen to this episode of Wild & Weird Radio!Hosts: Ron Lanham, Joe Perdue, Jessi Leigh The Legend of Indrid Cold Ep#25:https://studio.youtube.com/video/KswD...Watch this Episode HERE Consider supporting us by sharing this video or visiting our shop and picking up an item or two.Visit The Wild & Weird Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/wildandweirdwvHellbent Holler: https://hellbentholler.com/Land Between The Lakes: The Werewolf Experiments Part Three:https://youtu.be/N4uTj9DpdzYVisit Mark's  Sites!http://www.eerieflorida.com/https://www.instagram.com/eerietravel...https://www.facebook.com/eerietravels/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzlH...Eerie Appalachia:https://www.amazon.com/Eerie-Appalach...

agri-Culture
Ep 171 James Reams: Too Many Songs, Not Enough Time

agri-Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 23:21


James Reams (1956-2022)So many songs to sing; and so little time to sing them. That was the mantra of James Reams, beloved and well-known Bluegrass performer and song writer. Because of his driving promotion of Bluegrass and Americana music, he had earned several nicknames durning his lifetime that reflected his contributions to the genre; Kentucky Songbird, Father of Brooklyn Bluegrass, and Ambassador of Bluegrass. Unfortunately for those of us who loved him, and the many people who were impacted by his zest for life and music he has passed on. On June 17th at 4:30 in the afternoon he passed away, at home surrounded by family and friends who loved him. Just a few days before his death, he commented to those sitting by his bed, “Dying – this gives me an idea of a new song.”James who was raised in the hills of Appalachia, was exposed to bluegrass from the time he could walk. At an early age he showed a talent for writing and performing the music of the region. James spent many an hour watching the regional variety show “Cas Walker Farm and Home Hour”.  The Farm and Home Hour featured many of the pioneers of bluegrass and launched many emerging stars. This, along with his father's love of bluegrass had a profound effect on him.Kentucky SongbirdJames earned the nickname Kentucky Songbird by building an extensive library of work during his three-decade career and ten album releases. IBMA nominated him as Emerging Artist of the Year. The same year he was also nominated for Recording Event of the Year for his album James Reams, Walter Hensley and the Barons of Bluegrass.His latest album release occurred early in 2022. It is a massive 2 CD release with thirty songs - Like a Flowing River & Soundtrack Album on Mountain Redbird Music. This highly anticipated project follows the release of a documentary film from the previous year. The documentary celebrates the long musical performing and song writing career of James.Father of Brooklyn BluegrassThis James identifier was conferred on him because of his role in being a founding father of the Park Slope Bluegrass Oldtime Music Jamboree in Brooklyn, New York. This music event started in 1998, was organized by James, along with his long-time partner Tina Aridas. The event was a glorious celebration of bluegrass music. It accomplished this by combining live performances and workshops over a two-day period in September each year. The event was popular and attracted top performers from the northeast, and hundreds of participants every year.Ambassador of BluegrassJames promoted the spread of bluegrass beyond the release of his albums and extensive touring. A major accomplishment of his was the releasing of two documentary films that sought to spread the music he loved to people who otherwise not had an opportunity to sample this foot-stomping music. In 2021 the documentary of James' bluegrass life in was released, Like a Flowing River: A Bluegrass Passage. The film that captures the spirit of what it means to be a musician, documenting all of the twists and turns that occur on a musician's journey.On top of the previously mentioned accomplishments, James was also an ex-president of the Arizona Bluegrass Association. James has been a busy contributor to bluegrass from the early days of his career. His passion for music can be seen in his everyday life. You can be sure if there is a kitchen table in heaven, James will be sitting at it singing a soulful tune.Music from Mountain Redbird MusicLinks:http://www.jamesreams.comhttps://bluegrasstoday.com/james-reams-passes/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Reamshttps://www.youtube.com/user/MrJamesReamsSupport the show

IMPACT STIGMA
A Juneteenth Conversation

IMPACT STIGMA

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 69:03


Join us for this special episode of Impact Stigma as we talk with Adam Dickson, Supervisor of the Langston Centre, a facility promoting multicultural awareness. Langston Centre sits on the site of the former Langston High School, Johnson City, TN's black high school from 1893-1965. He is an Adjunct Instructor of Political Science at East TN State University. For 16 years he has taught the course “Black American Political Thought” which examines black political ideology and the role of race in American political development. He also currently serves as Vice-Mayor for the Town of Jonesborough, TN, and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Carson-Newman University and obtained his Master of Public Administration degree from East Tennessee State University in 2004. Juneteenth is a federal holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States, observed annually on June 19. Mr. Dickson is an avid historian and taught us a thing or two. Listen to find out why August 8th is so important for Black Americans in Appalachia and what Mr. Dickson's favorite childhood memory. Thank you to Food City for sponsoring this episode of Impact Stigma.

The MODUS Files - A Fallout 76 Enclave Podcast Series
The MODUS Files Presents - Bedtime Stories - Tales from Vault 76 Episode #2 "Lilith"

The MODUS Files - A Fallout 76 Enclave Podcast Series

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 26:35


Once upon a time, many years ago in a very special place called Vault 76, there lived a girl named Lilith. Unlike the other children, who liked to run, play and eat sweet treats, Lilith preferred to hide and sneak, and eat things that were mostly meat. Before the monster that was Lilith was unleashed upon Appalachia, she stalked the halls of the Vault. Far too late, her Father would come to realize just how dangerous his creation had become. In the depths of the Vault, the monster removes her mask.

Old Gods of Appalachia
Episode 37: The Other Walker House

Old Gods of Appalachia

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 31:17


Miss Belle discovers her roots in another dead town.CW: references to deaths of parents and siblings, reference to death by monster, frank discussion of historical sex work, bodily injury and disability, emotional trauma, minor self-injury, blood.Written by Steve ShellEdited by Cam CollinsNarrated by Steve ShellSound design by Steve ShellProduced by Cam Collins and Steve ShellIntro music: “The Land Unknown (The Pound of Flesh Verses)” written and performed by Landon BloodOutro music: "I Cannot Escape the Darkness" written and performed by Landon BloodSeason Sponsor: Sucrebeillle – Visit sucreabeille.com/products/nightshade and use the code LOVEGODS. Spend $25 anywhere in the store and add a dram of Nightshade to your cart and get that dram free.To learn more about Old Gods of Appalachia, visit our website at www.oldgodsofappalachia.com, and be sure to complete your social media ritual and follow us on Facebook and Instagram @oldgodsofappalachia, or Twitter and Tumblr @oldgodspod. If you'd like to support the show, you can join or Patreon at www.patreon.com/oldgodsofappalachia, or support us on Acast at supporter.acast.com/old-gods-of-appalachia. You can also find t-shirts, hoodies, mugs, and other Old Gods merch in our shop at www.teepublic.com/stores/oldgodsofappalachia.Transcripts available on our website at www.oldgodsofappalachia.com/episodes. Get Build Mama a Coffin, Black Mouthed Dog and other exclusive content on Patreon!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/old-gods-of-appalachia. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Cryptids Of The Corn
Snallygaster: Cycloptic Pterodactyl or Giant Flying Cave Amphibian S.1 Ep.48

Cryptids Of The Corn

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 57:18


In this amazing episode we get our butterfly net and try to catch this quick spirt, the Snallygaster. This formidable beast is known for coming out of cave systems on 21-to-23-year cycles to lay its eggs all over the eastern Appalachia and Midwest countryside. This cycloptic monstrosity was so fearsome that Teddy Rosevelt postponed a political trip to hunt the monster and the Smithsonian Institute offered a $30,000 equivalent reward for just the beasts hide. We put a never heard spin on what we think this cryptid could be. So please Join us on this weeks episdode of Cryptids of the Corn. Find us on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Telegram, and Patreon at Cryptids of the Corn. Do you have a story you would like to share, or would you like to be on the show? Message us through our social medias or email us at hardinbigfoot@gmail.com. As always, stay Magical. Patron Checkout | Patreon Cryptids of the corn Podcast | Facebook

Appodlachia
#136: Activist Judges Shaping Appalachia's Federal Courts [Part 2]

Appodlachia

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 86:07


In part two, Callie and Chuck run through some cases involving Federalist Society judges that will affect parts of AppalachiaPLUS! Callie and Chuck talk about father's day feasts and recap the January 6th hearings-----------------------------------------------Anonymous feedback survey: https://forms.gle/ji3VeYB1yvLHRybH8ACTION ALERT: Help protect coal miners suffering from Black Lung! https://secure.everyaction.com/uNIQhEGvHUeo-ghjUNjHQw2-----------------------------------------------HELP SUPPORT APPODLACHIA!Join our Patreon, for as little as $1/month, and access live events, weekly exclusives, bonus series, and more http://www.patreon.com/appodlachia-----------------------------------------------Timestamps02:25 - Intro: Fathers day feasts10:20 - Campaign Check-in: J635:36 - Announcements37:35 -  The Federalist Society stacking Appalachian Courts (Part 2)01:25:02 - Celebrating queer joy in Appalachia!-----------------------------------------------Check out our wonderful sponsors!CBD and THC gummies & more: (use code "APPODLACHIA" for 25% off) http://www.cornbreadhemp.com/Our website is great, and it's because Starry Eyes Media built it.  Yours can be too! https://www.starryeyes.media/-----------------------------------------------Follow us!-Instagram: http://instagram.com/appodlachia-Twitter: http://twitter.com/appodlachia-Facebook: http://facebook.com/appodlachia-TikTok:  http://tiktok.com/appodlachia-Discord: https://discord.gg/czgUeWzvhT-----------------------------------------------None of the views expressed on this show represent the views of either Chuck or Callie's employersSupport the show

CHAD: A Fallout 76 Story
Minisode #14: Portal (June 2022 Alzheimer's Charity Drive video broadcast guest starring Wes Johnson, Karen Carbone and Jan Johns)

CHAD: A Fallout 76 Story

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 55:01


This is a very different minisode, performed as a live webcam play on Zoom for charity, but I'm sharing it here because it was epic. In an original story written by Alexander Luthor, the Mad God Sheogorath has shattered both time and space in pursuit of something he desperately needs. He will find his unlikely fetch quest heroes in an unlikely place: Appalachia. In this Fallout/Elder Scrolls crossover event broadcast on our Twitch channel during the #FalloutForHope campaign to benefit the Alzheimer's Association, special guest stars join us for a ridiculous romp through a mysterious land. Wes Johnson ~ Sheogorath Karen Carbone ~ Eveli Sharp-Arrow Jan Johns ~ Tenniel Alexander Luthor ~ Chad Dr. Mark Hauswirth ~ Brian Clint Winberry ~ Player Kenneth Vigue ~ Narrator Official Site: https://fallout76podcast.com Join Our Discord: https://discord.gg/fnBFR6Rn8N Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/fallout76chadpodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fallout76podcast/ Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/fo76creators/ YouTube: http://bit.ly/YouTubeChad Email and business inquiries: fchad@fallout76podcast.com I hope to see you all in the Wasteland... CHAD: A Fallout 76 Story and its websites are not affiliated with, endorsed by, or sponsored by Bethesda Softworks LLC, ZeniMax Media Inc., Microsoft Corporation, or their affiliates or subsidiaries. All logos, designs, and product and company names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. It does not reflect the views or opinions of either company or anyone officially involved in producing or managing Fallout 76. All other content on this site is copyright by the author, and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Audio program ©2022 Kenneth Vigue - All Rights Reserved. No reproduction of this content is permitted without express written consent. This content is protected by Digital Millennium Copyright Act Services Ltd. © --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fallout76podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fallout76podcast/support

Literary Quest
Interview with East S.M.

Literary Quest

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 52:52


Meet East S.M.! A new author who is about to release her debut novel, Mercy's Quest. East discusses her inspiration for the book, her favorite characters, what she is looking forward to and more! Mercy's Quest releases 6/21/2022, it is a fantasy novel inspired by her own mystical experiences. Mercy Stone comes from a long line of Blood Moon witches and, as such, is no stranger to coexisting alongside life's great mysteries. Haunted by visions of a past life and the discovery of a gruesome family talisman, Mercy is led away from the hollows of Appalachia to New Orleans in search of answers. Along her path, Mercy re-encounters the magical beings she has known across her many lifetimes since time immemorial, including King Solomon, the Battle Crows of Carpathia and the Devil himself.

Strong Sense of Place
Appalachia: Buttermilk Biscuits, Bluegrass, and a Big Blue Moon

Strong Sense of Place

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 49:09


Let's get this straight immediately: If you want to make friends with the good people of the mountains, you'd better pronounce the name of their home the way they do. When you say Appalachia, make it sound like 'throw an apple atcha'. This fabled region of the US includes parts of 12 states and the entirety of West Virginia. It encompasses forested peaks and deep hollers (the local name for valleys) along the Appalachian Mountains that stretch from Canada to Alabama. Although the population is predominantly of white Scots-Irish or German descent, about 10% of the population is African-American. But circa the 1700s, it was a melting pot that blended white, Black, and Native Americans. That means there's damn good food, foot-stomping music, and a lively storytelling tradition, along with long-held wisdom about the importance of kin, living in harmony with nature, and being self-reliant. In this episode, we discuss Appalachian folklore, celebrate the magic of Dolly Parton, listen to eerie country ballads, and daydream about banana pudding. Then we recommend five immersive books that took us to Appalachia on the page. The Book Woman of Troublesome by Kim Michele Richardson F*ckface: And Other Stories by Leah Hampton Victuals: An Appalachian Journey with Recipes by Ronni Lundy The Animators by Kayla Rae Whitaker She Walks These Hills by Sharyn McCrumb For more on the books we recommend, plus the other cool stuff we talk about, visit show notes at http://strongsenseofplace.com/podcasts/2022-06-06-tasmania Do you enjoy our show? Do you want access to awesome bonus content? Please support our work on Patreon! Every little bit helps us keep the show going and makes us feel warm and fuzzy inside - https://www.patreon.com/strongsenseofplace As always, you can follow us at: Our web site at Strong Sense of Place Patreon Twitter  Instagram Facebook YouTube  

Stories-A History of Appalachia, One Story at a Time
The Legend of Swift's Silver Mine

Stories-A History of Appalachia, One Story at a Time

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 18:56


It's been said that there is a mine somewhere in Appalachia, in which a vein of the highest quality silver can be found. And it's located...well, that's the problem. Nobody knows where this supposed silver mine can be found. Today we tell the story of the legendary Swift's Silver Mine.

Hike: Explore | Wander | Live
Appalachia: This Land Feels Like Home

Hike: Explore | Wander | Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 19:24


Denise shares how her father's land in Albany, Kentucky has inspired her and how her family ties to Appalachia has intersected the past and present in her own life. Connect with Denise:Instagram: @blondienbootsConnect with Hiker Babes:Hiker Babes web siteFacebookInstagramListen to her previous  episode hereSupport the show

Inside Appalachia
From The Land Of The Luchador To East Tennessee: Chatting With Appalachians Across The United States

Inside Appalachia

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022


On this week's episode, we're journeying far and wide through Appalachia and beyond. Author Mesha Maren takes us from the hills of West Virginia to the Texas/Mexico border — the land of the Luchador. We'll also hear about what West Virginians are doing to help Ukrainian refugees. And, we'll learn about what doctors are saying about medical cannabis in the Mountain State — where it's now available to more than 8,000 patients.

Doomer Optimism
Episode 47 - Simon Mostafa w/ Dr. Josh Kearns and Jason Snyder

Doomer Optimism

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 75:58


The guest on this episode of Doomer Optimism is world traveler and do-gooder Simon Mostafa, who joined hosts Josh Kearns (@HillbillyNarnia) and Jason Snyder (@cognazor) from Spain, where he is currently working on various homesteading projects .Topics include: water and sanitation projects in the developing world, Mostafa's work in Chiapas and Spain, and facing down the existential crises of our time. About Simon Mostafa After graduating from Colorado University with a Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering, Mostafa moved to Chiapas to work as the Director of Research for Cántaro Azul, focusing on water sanitation research. He now lives in Spain doing community homesteading work. About Dr. Josh Kearns Josh is a born-n-bred Appalachian and a native of West-By-God-Virginia and damn proud of it. He studied chemistry and environmental engineering at Clemson (BS), biogeochemistry at Berkeley (MS), and environmental engineering at CU-Boulder (PhD). He's spent years bumming around rural and remote communities in Thailand, Burma/Myanmar, India, Nepal, Ladakh, Sri Lanka, and Mexico, and generally tried to make himself useful while doing so. He's the Director of Science for Aqueous Solutions, and the Chief Technical Advisor for Caminos de Agua, grassroots water and health development organizations in Thailand and Mexico, respectively. He taught environmental engineering courses at NC State University for a couple of years before returning to his roots as a freelance renegade scientist and exponent of ecological transition engineering. He lives with his wife Rachael and all their critters on a small mountaintop homestead in southern Appalachia. About Jason Snyder Metamodern localist | homesteading, permaculture, bioregional regeneration | meditation, self inquiry, embodied cognition | PhD from Michigan State University, faculty Appalachian State University.

WPKN Community Radio
Journey for Appalachia's Future

WPKN Community Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 31:03


Interviews and recordings of people I met fighting the incomplete fracked gas Mountain Valley pipeline through WV and VA.

WPKN Community Radio
Journey for Appalachia's Future

WPKN Community Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 31:03


Interviews and recordings of three of the people I met on a walk/drive along the route in WV and VA of the unfinished fracked gas Mountain Valley pipeline.

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network
Now, Appalachia interview with author Zach Steele

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 29:27


Now, Appalachia interview with author Zach Steele by Authors on the Air Global Radio Network

Southern Songs and Stories
Tradition and Diversity: A New Appalachia with Dori Freeman

Southern Songs and Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 29:31


A conversation with Dori Freeman as well as songs from her performance the Albino Skunk Music Festival in May of 2022. Sloane Spencer joins in this conversation that touches on Dori's deep Appalachian roots, recording her family album in Nick's newly constructed studio in their backyard, how she draws inspiration and ideas from listening to rap artists, and even her love of Topo Chico brand seltzer.

Rednecks Rising
(Ep 2) Getting Uncomfortable & Doing the Hard Work: Interview with Zoo from the Pulaski County Free Store, Southwest Virginia

Rednecks Rising

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 79:09


In today's episode, I sit down with Hazel Wines, AKA Zoo - a working class Mama based out of Southwest Virginia who helped to start a Free Store in her hometown. We get real fired up about the conditions of public schools in poor Appalachian communities, the military state's efforts to bust up Appalachia and keep the working class from coming together, and Zoo's work to advocate for her local public schools as well as her successful efforts to start the Pulaski County Free Store.Support the PC Free Store:https://pulaskifreestoreva.org/TikTok: @freestorepcIG: @pulaskicountyfreestorFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/freestorepc

Rednecks Rising
What is a Redneck?

Rednecks Rising

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 47:33


We are officially LIVE!!! In our first ever full-length episode, I introduce myself as your host and dive into the history behind the term "redneck," where it comes from, how its meaning has changed over time, and how it gets used today. Hint: the personal is always political.

Appodlachia
#135: The Dark Money Group Shaping Appalachia's Federal Courts [Part 1]

Appodlachia

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 70:25


In part one of this two-part series, Callie and Chuck do a deep dive into the right-wing dark money group called the Federalist Society and how they've deliberately helped install radical fringe judges in some of the most powerful courts in Appalachia and across the country PLUS! Callie and Chuck talk porch sittin', JD Vance's campaign finance blunders, and how you can help miners get the Black Lung benefits they so desperately need-----------------------------------------------Anonymous feedback survey: https://forms.gle/ji3VeYB1yvLHRybH8ACTION ALERT: Help protect coal miners suffering from Black Lung! https://secure.everyaction.com/uNIQhEGvHUeo-ghjUNjHQw2-----------------------------------------------HELP SUPPORT APPODLACHIA!Join our Patreon, for as little as $1/month, and access live events, weekly exclusives, bonus series, and more http://www.patreon.com/appodlachia-----------------------------------------------Timestamps04:10 - Intro: Porch sittin'09:45 - Campaign Check-in: JD "I hate porches" Vance20:12 - Announcements (Patreon Limericks!)21:37 -  The Federalist Society stacking Appalachian Courts (Part 1)52:00 - Under-the-Radar in Appalachia: Black Lung resurgence01:07:07 - Celebrating queer joy in Appalachia!-----------------------------------------------Check out our wonderful sponsors!CBD and THC gummies & more: (use code "APPODLACHIA" for 25% off) http://www.cornbreadhemp.com/Our website is great, and it's because Starry Eyes Media built it.  Yours can be too! https://www.starryeyes.media/-----------------------------------------------Follow us!-Instagram: http://instagram.com/appodlachia-Twitter: http://twitter.com/appodlachia-Facebook: http://facebook.com/appodlachia-TikTok:  http://tiktok.com/appodlachia-Discord: https://discord.gg/czgUeWzvhT-----------------------------------------------None of the views expressed on this show represent the views of either Chuck or Callie's employersReddit On WikiJoin us as we react to the craziest stories we can find on Reddit!Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Grits With a Side of MurderA true crime podcast (with a dash of humor and a splash of alcohol). Produced out of...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

WISE ABOUT TEXAS
Ep. 113: The Travis County Dog Wars

WISE ABOUT TEXAS

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 24:00


Shortly after the civil war, Appalachia came to Austin.  Known as the cedar choppers, migrants from the mountains moved into the limestone hills of western Travis County.  They kept to themselves, didn't like outsiders, and loved a good fight.  But the city dwellers loved to hunt in the hills.  Hunting their game and shooting guns in their hills didn't sit well with the cedar choppers.  Finally, dogs started getting shot.  When one cedar chopper was brought to trial, we'd see who had the bigger claim to Travis County.  Learn about the Travis County dog wars in the latest episode of Wise About Texas. 

The Room Where It Happened
Elder County, TN Ep. 11 I Love That Bird

The Room Where It Happened

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 91:40


CW: Vomiting, discussion of death, aggressive, repeated sounds, sudden loud noises, depictions of poverty Twitter: https://twitter.com/roomwherepod Discord: https://discord.gg/ZjwPuRv Website: https://roomwherepod.com/ Patreon: https://roomwherepod.cash And the wheel starts to turn once more, dear viewer. There are strings to be pulled and palms to be greased. Even those at the center of the wheel find themselves struggling from time to time. While many of these folks are put up on a pedestal as paragons of that pull yourself up by the bootstraps mentality that gets applied to Appalachia, even they need a helping hand now and again. Though that hand, more often than not, contains a hook. Pulling in those that take and dragging them down.

Mountain Murders Podcast
Hayward Bissell's Crime Spree

Mountain Murders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 89:52


Hayward Bissell was a man who led a troubled life. Seemingly plagued with mental illness, Bissell found himself within law enforcement's purview. After self-reporting symptoms of schizophrenia, he often refused further treatment only to be hospitalized again later. In 2000, Hayward embarks on a terror rampage through the south leaving behind a trail of carnage. Mountain Murders dives into one of the strangest true crime cases to date on episode 258! Intro by Joe Buck YourselfHosts Heather and Dylan PackerEmail mountainmurderspodcast@gmail.com

Justified Radio
The Book Of Daniel Chapter 9 Part 5 - The First 69 7's

Justified Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 39:20


David and Phil discuss the 7 7's and 62 7's that occur from the beginning of the rebuilding of Jerusalem to the death of Christ.

Stories-A History of Appalachia, One Story at a Time
The Murder of the Richards Sisters

Stories-A History of Appalachia, One Story at a Time

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 14:53


Early in 1940 two middle-aged sisters and a teen-aged boy who did odd jobs for them were brutally murdered in their home in Oliver Springs, Tennessee. These killings were unsolved for over 60 years.Today we tell that story.

Inside Appalachia
Children's Authors Discuss Creativity, Appalachia, Diversity

Inside Appalachia

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022


On this week's encore episode of Inside Appalachia, we're dedicating the show to children's authors. Hear from Cynthia Rylant, author of “When I Was Young In The Mountains,” “Messy Larry” author David J. Perri and storytelling champion Bil Lepp reading from his children's book “The Princess And The Pickup Truck.”

Mountain Murders Podcast
Chupacabra wears a Kitty Cat Costume

Mountain Murders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 55:52


This week's Mountain Murders show discusses some recent crime news and goes off on about 40 tangents. You're welcome. Hosts Heather and Dylan email mountainmurderspodcast@gmail.com

The MODUS Files - A Fallout 76 Enclave Podcast Series
Season 2 - Episode 8 "The Blood Eagle War, Part 1"

The MODUS Files - A Fallout 76 Enclave Podcast Series

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 36:30


The Colonel has put her plan in motion to eliminate the Blood Eagles as a threat to the New Enclave. Major Lilith has been unleashed and she will make Appalachia howl. Deep in the Ash Heap, what will later be known as “The Blood Eagle War,” begins.

Old Gods of Appalachia
Episode 36: Eminent Domain

Old Gods of Appalachia

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 32:27


A voice from the past calls a family to go back home one last time. CW: Loud telephone ring, references to deaths of parents and siblings, death of a mother and child in childbrith, death by monster, death by pollution-induced illness, frank discussion of historical sex work, bodily injury and disability, emotional trauma. Written by Steve ShellEdited by Cam CollinsNarrated by Steve ShellSound design by Steve ShellProduced by Cam Collins and Steve ShellIntro Music: “The Land Unknown (The Pound of Flesh Verses)” written and performed by Landon BloodOutro Music: "I cannot Escape the Darkness" written and performed by Landon BloodNew Sponsor: Christophe Maso's new novella: The Scream of the ButterflySeason Sponsor: Sucrebeillle – Visit sucreabeille.com/products/i-come-from-a-long-line-of-terrifying-women and use the code LOVEGODS. Spend $25 anywhere in the store and add a dram of I'm Too Old For This Shit to your cart and get that dram free.To learn more about Old Gods of Appalachia, visit our website at www.oldgodsofappalachia.com, and be sure to complete your social media ritual and follow us on Facebook and Instagram @oldgodsofappalachia, or Twitter and Tumblr @oldgodspod. If you'd like to support the show, you can join or Patreon at www.patreon.com/oldgodsofappalachia, or support us on Acast at supporter.acast.com/old-gods-of-appalachia. You can also find t-shirts, hoodies, mugs, and other Old Gods merch in our shop at www.teepublic.com/stores/oldgodsofappalachia.Transcripts available on our website at www.oldgodsofappalachia.com/episodes. Get Build Mama a Coffin, Black Mouthed Dog and other exclusive content on Patreon!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/old-gods-of-appalachia. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Taking it for Granted
Taking it for Granted Ep 74 Charles Wesley Godwin

Taking it for Granted

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 66:24


Charles Wesley Godwin is a singer/songwriter who touches home with all types of music lovers through his genre-bending sound. His latest album "How The Mighty Fall" takes you on a ride through hard-hitting songs like "Lyin' Low" to ballads like "Gas Well" that you can see play out in your mind. Charles' road hasn't been without its bumps, and he certainly paid his dues, but he is starting to bear the fruits of his labor, touring to larger crowds than ever, and even playing at Red Rocks. To learn more about Charles and his music, check out his website http://www.charleswgodwin.com/.

Appodlachia
#134: The Last Abortion Clinic in West Virginia

Appodlachia

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 90:43


Today, Callie and Chuck talk to Kaylen Barker, Communications Director and Chief Lobbyist for the Women's Health Center of West Virginia about the attack on abortion rights and the future of reproductive healthcare in Appalachia.And, Callie and Chuck talk about their experiences with having friends over when they were kids, why Herschel Walker would be the disastrous U.S. Senator, and celebrating PRIDE Month in Appalachia. Transition music by Corduroy Brown https://corduroy-brown.com/-----------------------------------------------HELP SUPPORT APPODLACHIA!Join our Patreon, for as little as $1/month, and access live events, weekly exclusives, bonus series, and more http://www.patreon.com/appodlachia-----------------------------------------------Timestamps04:10 - Intro: Did y'all have sleepovers?12:32 - Campaign Check-in: Herschel Walker Texas Deranger28:55 - Announcements (Patreon Limericks!)31:37 -  Interview with Kaylen Barker 01:03:47 - Under-the-Radar in Appalachia: PRIDE Month-----------------------------------------------Check out our wonderful sponsors!CBD and THC gummies & more: (use code "APPODLACHIA" for 25% off) http://www.cornbreadhemp.com/Our website is great, and it's because Starry Eyes Media built it.  Yours can be too! https://www.starryeyes.media/-----------------------------------------------Follow us!-Instagram: http://instagram.com/appodlachia-Twitter: http://twitter.com/appodlachia-Facebook: http://facebook.com/appodlachia-TikTok:  http://tiktok.com/appodlachia-Discord: https://discord.gg/czgUeWzvhT-----------------------------------------------None of the views expressed on this show represent the views of either Chuck or Callie's employersHistory of the GermansA German history starting in the Middle Ages when the emperors fought an epic struggle...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Fear FrequencyThis is Dr. X. H. Balthazar. I'm broadcasting in the hopes of reaching an...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

Reckon Interview
Neema Avashia describes 'Another Appalachia'

Reckon Interview

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 47:22


Neema Avashia was born and raised in the bedroom suburban community of Cross Lanes, West Virginia. She's an Appalachian through and through. She can sing Take Me Home Country Roads by heart. She knows the state's mountains and waterways by heart. In her new collection of essays, “Another Appalachia: Coming Up Queer and Indian in a Mountain Place,” she describes feeling more hillbilly than hindu. She wrestles with big questions about identity in her book. Could she really call herself Appalachian if her family didn't go back several generations like her neighbors? What are the ways in which the ethics of community and kinship interact with an ethics of survival and assimilation? What does it mean to grow up in a business environment like chemicals or coal that extracts so much from its places and people? And what does it mean to see the people you love posting vile, hateful things about immigrants and people of color on Facebook?  Neema now lives in Boston as a teacher and advocate for her students and school.  On this episode of the Reckon Interview, she describes her Appalachian upbringing and how it feels to love and support a place from afar – even on days when it doesn't feel like it gives you the love you deserve in return. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Old Gods of Appalachia
Meet Our Cousins: Malevolent

Old Gods of Appalachia

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 50:14


Arkham Private Investigator Arthur Lester wakes up with no memory of who he is or what has happened, only a nameless, eerie voice guiding him through the darkness.Blind, terrified, and confused, his journey will lead him towards a series of mysteries in the hopes of understanding the truth of what has transpired.As cosmic horrors seep into the world around, Arthur must ask himself whether this entity truly seeks to help him, or are its intentions more… Malevolent.Old Gods of Appalachia is pleased to introduce you to this exciting podcast from creator Harlan Guthrie. Get Build Mama a Coffin, Black Mouthed Dog and other exclusive content on Patreon!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/old-gods-of-appalachia. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.