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This is an RSS feed provided by WhenItWasCool.com for the DragonKing Dark and Thrash Metal Show Podcast. DragonKing Dark is a podcast which covers science, the supernatural, and societal issues. The NoFriender Thrash Metal Show podcast is a docu-series covering the origins and evolution of thrash style heavy metal music. Please visit WhenItWasCool.com for our other shows.
 
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Magic ritual and little understood areas of the human consciousness share big acreage on the paranormal farm, and the border fences have many gaps. The following individuals are recognized explorers of that realm. Franz Mesmer and Eliphas Levi are the subjects of this episode. Contact The Rat: thedesertrat3@yahoo.com Support the platform that house…
 
NoFriender returns to continue the tale of the famous Clash of the Titans metal tour in 1990-1991 featuring Slayer, Megadeth, and more. The Thrash Metal Show podcast explores the origins and evolution of thrash style heavy metal music. And in total NoFriender style, he ends the podcast in mid-sentence for no apparently good reason. Rock on.…
 
We continue our series of 100 of the darkest moments in pop culture history. This week we look at the destruction wrought by Warner Brothers against the iconic characters of DC Comics. Characters who have been around since the 1930s have been rendered generationally irrelevant by a terrible connected universe of movies, bad castings, awful scripts,…
 
Magic ritual and little understood areas of the human consciousness share big acreage on the paranormal farm, and the border fences gave many gaps. The following individuals are recognized explorers of that realm. Gerald Gardner, Franz Mesmer, and Eliphas Levi are the subjects of these episodes.저자 WhenItWasCool.com
 
We continue our series 100 of the darkest moments in pop culture history with a band that started off with a string of hit songs, signed to The Beatles' record label, with songs written by The Beatles with many people believing they might BE the new Beatles. But a rash of "whatever could go wrong will go wrong" events struck Badfinger leaving them …
 
We continue our series of 100 of the darkest moments in pop culture history and this week I am your father who is very disappointed in you. No, this week nobody died. No tragedy has befallen a cast member (aside from a few arrests) but the general state of show which was very popular predicated on laughing at the lowest common denominator. This sho…
 
Where were you when JFK was assassinated? Elvis died? Man landed on the moon? Or... the OJ Simpson verdict came down? NFL football star and actor OJ Simpson was accused of murdering two people including his ex-wife. This case, has of course, been discussed a million times (or more) but here as part of our 100 darkest moments in pop culture history …
 
Reminisce with The Desert Rat today as we review the fictional lands created by master author Piers Anthony! His novels span the time from the late 1950s until today with a large and well deserved following. High up on The Rats recommended reading list, His subject matter is largely family friendly but also fearless in discussing the issues that pl…
 
Join The Desert Rat today as we discuss the life and times of the Great Grandmother of Theosophy: Madame Helena Blavatsky. Regarded by many to be the progenitor of many of the modern magical orders, her story is integral in understanding the roots of the paranormal stew of modern times.저자 WhenItWasCool.com
 
Continuing our series look at 100 of the darkest moments in pop culture history this show is the second one that examines the rise in popularity of the true crime documentary/TV Channels/Podcasts. Today we look back at the murder of six year old JonBenet Ramsey. We aren't going to dive into the details of the crime beyond the basics because this is…
 
The life and times of Charles Fort discussed in this episode seeking the roots of modern paranormal pop culture. Also, from deeper back in time the life history of John Dee. Contact The Desert Rat: thedesertrat3@yahoo.com Support the platform that houses this podcast: whenitwascool.com on Patreon Support Wrestling with The Dawg: dirtydawgmes on Pat…
 
Continuing our 100 darkest moments in pop culture history we are beginning a three-episode run of tragic events to give rise to the true crime genre of documentaries, podcasts, and TV channels. The murder of Adam Walsh was a tragedy beyond comprehension. Yet, born out of that horrible event many incredibly good things came, including the Center for…
 
DragonKing Dark Podcast continues its ongoing series of 100 of the Darkest Moments in Pop Culture History with a look at the movie scandal that spawned the #MeToo movement and the many crimes of producer Harvey Weinstein. Harvey Weinstein was a powerful movie producer in Hollywood who is accused of numerous heinous sexual assaults against a large n…
 
Bill Cosby was America's Dad. He was a mega-popular comedian and actor. His TV sitcom The Cosby Show was the biggest television show of the late 1980s. It all came crashing down a few years ago when allegations of rampant sexual misconduct and assault began to surface which, ultimately, saw Bill Cosby spend 3 years in prison... then his conviction …
 
Our series - 100 of the darkest moments in pop culture history continues with a look back at the 1994 sports scandal involving Olympic skaters Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan. Harding was accused of being involved in a physical assault of Kerrigan in order to increase her Olympic medal chances. The attack was the darkest even in figure skating his…
 
Travel back vvith The Desert Rat today as vve take a look at the Unsolved Mysteries property, and revievv the life of one of its hosts, Robert Stack. A fun time capsule revievving the occurrences that still have people scratching their heads today, coupled vvith the story of one of the most accomplished actors of his time.…
 
Continuing our 100 darkest moments in pop culture history, we return to the world of sports entertainment (pro wrestling) to find out how one company became the most profitable and successful wrestling company in the world and then sank over half of genre with it. It's an amazing account of how to literally run off half of an entire fanbase of a ve…
 
We continue our look at 100 of the darkest moments in pop culture history by looking at the late 1980s pop music act Milli Vanilli, who were busted as lip synching imposters after a hugely successful album and even a Grammy win. But, were Milli Vanilli the bad guys or victims? Don't most live acts lip synch anyway? The story is more complex than it…
 
NHL Hockey is a fast, high impact, and sometimes violent sport. So, you may be surprised to learn that only one hockey player has ever died as a direct result of the game. In 1968 Bill Masterton became the only NHL player to date to die as the result of injuries suffered during a game. His death eventually lead to rule changes but they were not qui…
 
Another tragedy from the cast of Saturday Night Live and part of our 100 darkest moments in pop culture history series. This week we take a look at the domestic violence murder of comedian Phil Hartman. Phil Hartman was a popular SNL cast member, voice actor, and comedian who was killed by his wife in 1998 at the age of 49. We look at the tragic ev…
 
Continuing our series of 100 of the darkest moments in pop culture history we take a look back at the death of young comedic star and a Saturday Night Live original John Belushi. Belushi was a star still on the rise with multiple hit movies and an iconic stint on SNL, however, drugs gained a hold on Belushi that he just couldn't break and it ultima…
 
100 darkest moments in pop culture history continues with another black eye for Major League Baseball - The Mitchell Report. This 2007 report was officially titled The Report to the Commissioner of Baseball of an Independent Investigation into the Illegal Use of Steroids and Other Performance Enhancing Substances by Players in Major League Baseball…
 
If you know any big band swing music, then it is probably by Glenn Miller and his orchestra. Some of the most recognizable instrumental hits were arranged and recorded by the biggest pop star of the early 1940's, Glenn Miller. He was every bit as big a star as Elvis or The Beatles in that era. So, what happened to him? Where is he now? Nobody knows…
 
We continue our series on 100 of the darkest moments in pop culture history. This week we look back at the 2017 Las Vegas concert massacre that took place on the strip in Las Vegas targeting a large country music festival. 61 people died during the attack. It remains the largest mass shooting conducted by an individual on American history.…
 
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