The assassination of Abraham Lincoln in 1865 resulted in a 12 day manhunt which would see both Confederates and Union supporters momentarily united in their pursuit of a killer whose crime shocked a nation. @juliejaycomedy (instagram, TikTok) speaks to @seanburkeshow (instagram, TikTok). If you have enjoyed this episode we would be so grateful if you could rate or review us wherever you listen to your pods and recommend us to a friend.Grá Mór,J x Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This Week we are looking at one of the first famous assassins the man who killed one of the most famous presidents of all time John Wilkes Booth. We will also take a look at the links between the two most famous assassinations in history Lincoln and JFK
S1E8 – I Got Assassinated By John Wilkes Booth And Now I'm A Catboy??
Fwd: Fwd: Re:Zero
Your fearless hosts have been stuck in a loop for the last couple of months, but we've finally made it out, with guest Jordan in tow! And we're just in time to dive into Subaru's longest cringe compilation of all time. We also talk about liberal Roswaal, presidential isekai, little hats, and how this is definitely 100% all Rem's fault (woman moment). For those watching the original airing order, we’re discussing episodes 10 and 11, “Return to the Capital” and “Self-Proclaimed Knight Natsuki Subaru”! Intro/Outro music: Dead! by My Chemical Romance Cover Art: https://twitter.com/kaloliferart
S2 Ep5: An Assassin’s Escape: What Happened to John Wilkes Booth?
Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan
After former president Abraham Lincoln was shot dead at Ford’s Theatre, a manhunt for John Wilkes Booth ensued immediately. History tells us Booth was captured by Union soldiers on a farm in Virginia 12 days after the assassination, but contrarians to this story have been begging to differ even since. Did John Wilkes Booth escape after all? On this episode, we’ll explore alternative fates for the famed killer and the theories behind them.
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Keepers Of The Fringe
Hey there Keeperinos! It’s your favorite time of the week! That’s right, it’s time for another episode of the Keepers Of The Fringe! In this episode, the Keepers discuss all kinds of topics, including: Hints that we might be getting a second season of Masters Of The Universe Revelations The full length of the finale […]
Weird? Unfocused? Its hard to say with us sometimes but as always we are all over the place. We talk about the rising cost of toys, some of out favorite cartoons, and we delve into the mysterious past of professor pickman. Also someone's got a bone demon, thank god we know where to go for exorcisms
Karen Joy Fowler targets John Wilkes Booth, America's first presidential assassin
The Book Show
Karen Joy Fowler wades into American Civil War history and the story of John Wilkes Booth, the first presidential assassin, in her novel Booth.Also, Kalkadoon author Megan Albany's comic novel about death and Lloyd Jones's latest allegorical novel, The Fish.
#256 - John Wilkes Booth: Baldwin Brother or Pimp To The Elite?
This week the boys discuss the assasination of Abraham Lincoln and go over a few lesser known details about that whole situation. Also, casting ugly people in movies.... whats that process like you reckon? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices