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A bi-weekly podcast hosted by Andrew Massie and Rachael Clark, Armchair Apocrypha features armchair experts telling stories from the subjects they’re passionate about. Featuring a social servant with theories about mixed martial arts, a barista with opinions about first ladies, and a news content specialist with feelings about ghosts.
 
An open forum for Discussion and everyone to continuously question and seek the best ways to handle life's biggest issues. In the Apocryrpha, we also cover higher intellect random topics, like the pyrimids and other subjects that do require research. All of this information and everything else, is coated in lots of our humor to keep the ambiance mellow.
 
Judith is the 18th book of the Bible and one of the historical books in the Old Testament. The overall theme is the power of prayer. The Israelites are besieged by the forces of Holofernes and pray to God to overcome the forces. Judith seduces Holofernes and beheads him in his sleep, when the forces find their leader dead, they flee in battle. The Israelites benefit from their spoils and Judith sings praises to God. (Summary by Sean McKinley)
 
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In this episode of Armchair Apocrypha, we're joined by local musician Gunner Basinger to talk about his experimental music project Dub Peveau. Afterward, Andrew talks about the life and times of green activist Judi Bari and the mystery surrounding her bombing, while Rachael delves into the apocryphal history of the Marx Brothers.Transcript of the i…
 
On a crossover episode with Hip Squared, Andrew discusses a mysterious talking mongoose on the Isle of Man, Rachael delves into the sordid history of The Peoples' Temple and Jonestown, and guest John Beechem from American Fantastic discusses journalist and proto-feminist Nellie Bly.You can find more from American fantastic athttp://www.americanfant…
 
In this week's episode of Armchair Apocrypha, Andrew follows up his episode about Bernardine Dohrn with a deep dive into the Weather Underground Organization, some of the rock stars of American terrorism in the 1970's. Meanwhile, Rachael explores the life and times of Jacqueline Cochran, the first woman to break the sound barrier.…
 
In the first episode on the new recording setup, we return to our classic go-tos, with Andrew memorializing Ito Noe, another Japanese anarchist who died tragically before her time, and Rachael recounting the short life of James Garfield, the second president to be assassinated.This episode contains depictions of police violence and gun violence. If…
 
On today's episode of Armchair Apocrypha, Andrew talks about Betty Boop, the black woman who inspired her, the white woman who inspired her, two other black women who may have inspired her, and the corporation who won the lawsuit against the white woman who inspired her. Afterward, Rachael recounts the day that almost all the women in Iceland took …
 
In another double dose of badass women, Andrew talks about what drag queen Dorian Corey kept in her closet, while Rachael delves into some Hollywood history with B-Movie pioneer Ida Lupino.This episode features a content warning for brief mentions of rape and assault. If this subject matter affects you, please proceed with caution.…
 
In this week's episode of Armchair Apocrypha, Andrew fits the themes of Martyrs, Mysteries, and Murder into a single story, the sordid tale of Anna Mae Aquash of the American Indian Movement. Rachael recounts the life and scandals of Elisabeth Vigee Le Brun, portraitist of Marie Antoinette, Maria Carolina, Stanislaw August Poniatowski, and other de…
 
Andrew talks about "The Motorcycle Queen of Miami," while Rachael recounts the tale of Grandma Gatewood, who walked the Appalachian Trail not once, not twice, but three times.This episode includes a trigger warning for racism, misogyny, misogynoir, and domestic abuse. If these things trigger you, please be aware and protect yourself.…
 
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