NEW EPISODES JUNE 18
Lucius Dillon shares the odd circumstances and theories surrounding Hollywood producer Thomas Ince's death.
Ryan Gaul tells the story behind the mysterious death of journalist James Callender, whose suspicions of Thomas Jefferson's affair ultimately ended his career.
Sugar Lyn Beard tells the story of exotic dancer Mata Hari, who was wrongly convicted of spying for Germany during World War I.
Mae Whitman and Jane Levy share the story of Maurine Dallas Watkins's coverage of Murderess Row for the Chicago Tribune, which served as the inspiration for the musical "Chicago."
Jon Lovett breaks down the strange saga of John F. Kennedy's relationship with "Dr. Feelgood" Max Jacobson and the famous meth-fueled moments of his presidency.
Duncan Trussell shares the story of scientists John Lilly and Margaret Howe, whose work led to the worldwide recognition of dolphins and whales as intelligent lifeforms.
Drew Droege reveals the true-life inspiration behind "Dog Day Afternoon," which tells the story of what one man was willing to do to get his wife gender confirmation surgery.
Alison Rich shares the story of how Edie Windsor and Thea Spyer's fight for the U.S. government to recognize their same-sex union led to marriage equality.
Lyric Lewis shares the story of Bessie Coleman and the obstacles she conquered to become the first African-American woman to hold a pilot's license.
Amber Ruffin tells the trailblazing story of the Little Rock Nine and their courageous journey as Little Rock Central High School was integrated in 1957.
Carl Tart tells the story of Moses Fleetwood Walker, who left law school to become the first black player on an all-white baseball team in the 1880s.
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