H.H. Holmes and the Mysteries of Murder Castle, Part 2 — In the first part of this episode, Deblina and Sarah covered Herman K. Mudgett’s early life, including how he first became known as H.H. Holmes. But how did Holmes manage to complete his murder castle? What happened to him afterwards? Tune in to find out.
The World’s Fair. Paris had the Eiffel Tower. Chicago had to top it.
Hollywood studios and the recording industry have railed against copyright infringement, but fair use advocates say intellectual property can be widely shared — legally.
As long as people are creating something new out of copyrighted work, it’s fair game.
Did a Cow Start the Great Chicago Fire? —It’s true: The newspapers of the day reported that a cow (or perhaps its owner) was responsible for a fire that burned half of Chicago in 1871. Yet in 1997 Mrs. O’Leary and her cow were exonerated. Join Josh and Chuck to find out who’s probably to blame.