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Ye Olde Crime

Lindsay Valenty and Madison Stangl

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Join sisters Lindsay & Madison every Wednesday as we discuss the funny, strange, and obscure crimes of yesteryear. Proud member of the Cultiv8 Network. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
 
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Lindsay and Madison discuss Alexander Turney Stewart, as well as how to start an empire from the ground up, that Amazon wasn’t the first to offer free shipping, and that you shouldn’t touch dead things. Information pulled from the following sources: 2016 Atlas Obscura article by Andrew Lenoir 2010 Unbound Smithsonian Libraries and Archives blog pos…
 
Lindsay is joined by Madison from the Ye Olde Crime podcast to see if she can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean. Listen to Ye Olde Crime wherever you catch your podcasts. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss Margaret Dickson, as well as how Scotland used to punish women just cause they could, that not every hanging ends how you think it will, and how to get a sweet nickname just for not dying. Information pulled from the following sources: 2022 Surgeons’ Hall Museum blog post 2021 Edinburgh Live article by Kaite Welsh 2020 R…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss Edward Jones—Queen Victoria’s stalker, as well as how to be the hide and seek champion, that doubling up on trousers is a great way to smuggle out goods, and how to improve security by pointing out how lax it was in the first place. Information pulled from the following sources: 2018 The Senior article by David Ellis 201…
 
Lindsay is joined by Autumn from the Autumn's Oddities podcast to see if she can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean. Listen to Autumn's Oddities wherever you catch your podcasts. Mentioned in this episode: Audible Get 1-month free of Audible! That's one free book and access to hundreds of free books and podcasts! Start reading tod…
 
Lindsay is joined by Shawn Peters, author of the book “The Infamous Harry Hayward.” Shawn teaches in the Integrated Liberal Studies Program at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. He has written five books, most recently The Catonsville Nine: A Story of Faith and Resistance in the Vietnam Era. Dubbed “one of the greatest criminals the world has eve…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss Viking werewolves, as well as why you shouldn’t steal magic wolf pelts, that wolves are pretty awesome, and how “alpha males” were supes into Odin. Information pulled from the following sources: 2021 Atlas Obscura article by Sarah Durn 2020 Nordic Culture blog post by Skjalden 2018 History article 2011 Scandinavian Studi…
 
Lindsay is joined by Marisa from the Victorian Variety Show podcast to see if she can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean. Listen to Victorian Variety Show wherever you catch your podcasts. Mentioned in this episode: Audible Get 1-month free of Audible! That's one free book and access to hundreds of free books and podcasts! Start r…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss Medieval book curses, as well as how Liam Neeson could have learned a thing or two from vengeful monks, that book curses would be a hilarious premise for Assassin’s Creed, and how sometimes all you have to say is “don’t.” Information pulled from the following sources: 2021 The Catholic University of America blog post by …
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss Villa de Vecchi, as well as how to construct a patriotic piano, that it all comes back to orgies, and how to ruin a perfectly amazing home. Information pulled from the following sources: 2021 History Things article by Jade 2020 Pasta+Plague Medium article by Emily Linstrom 2018 Atlas Obscura article by Lizzie Philip 2018…
 
Lindsay is joined by Cristina and MJ from the eSpooky Tales podcast to see if they can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean. Listen to eSpooky Tales wherever you catch your podcasts. Mentioned in this episode: Audible Get 1-month free of Audible! That's one free book and access to hundreds of free books and podcasts! Start reading t…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss the hilarious history of pedestrianism, as well as how you can gamble on literally anything, that sports doxing has been around a lot longer than we thought, and how competitive walking brought together all “walks” of life. Information pulled from the following sources: 2021 BBC Sports article by Zaria Gorvett 2017 Atlas…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss the Renwick Smallpox Hospital, as well as why size matters when it comes to treatment centers, that history has a funny way of repeating itself, and how to effectively cure a plague that’s claimed billions. Information pulled from the following sources: 2022 The Bowery Boys article by Greg Young 2020 The Travel article b…
 
Lindsay is joined by Jenny from the It’s Murder Up North podcast to see if she can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean. Listen to It’s Murder Up North wherever you catch your podcasts. Mentioned in this episode: Audible Get 1-month free of Audible! That's one free book and access to hundreds of free books and podcasts! Start readin…
 
Lindsay is joined by Andrew Noone, author of the book “Bathsheba Spooner: A Revolutionary Murder Conspiracy.” What possessed a woman from the elite of eighteenth-century New England society to conspire with American and British soldiers to murder her husband at the midpoint of the American Revolution? The story of Bathsheba Spooner has alternately …
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss the Bermondsey Horror, as well as why you shouldn’t trust the phrase “going to come into money,” that working for rich people doesn’t mean they got your back, and how NOT to get away with murder. Information pulled from the following sources: 2021 Southwark News article by Josh Salisbury 2020 The Ministry of History arti…
 
Lindsay is joined by Lorraine from the Once Upon a Nightmare podcast to see if she can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean. Listen to Once Upon a Nightmare wherever you catch your podcasts. Mentioned in this episode: Audible Get 1-month free of Audible! That's one free book and access to hundreds of free books and podcasts! Start r…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss the history of Yellowstone, as well as why you shouldn’t rob a governor, that commercializing protected land is a dick move, and how being petty can sometimes lead to great change. Information pulled from the following sources: 2022 Yellowstone National Park Trips article 2021 Inside Hook article by Tobias Carroll 2021 S…
 
In this special crossover episode with Shots and Thoughts podcast, Lindsay and Madison, along with Sean and Chris, learn about the Golden Age of Piracy. You also get to hear Lindsay and Madison freestyle rap if that’s an extra draw for you. This episode is sponsored by Athletic Greens. Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of im…
 
Lindsay is joined by Paul from the History Rage podcast to see if he can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean. Listen to History Rage wherever you catch your podcasts. Mentioned in this episode: Audible Get 1-month free of Audible! That's one free book and access to hundreds of free books and podcasts! Start reading today! Audible T…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss Queen Olga of Kyiv, as well as why it’s not the best idea to propose to someone whose husband you murdered, that revenge is always best served crispy, and how all can be forgiven if you convert an entire empire to Christianity. Information pulled from the following sources: 2022 All That’s Interesting article by Geneviev…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss Sin Eaters, as well as why bread can be dangerously delicious, that you should be appreciative of the kindnesses given to you, and how witch hunts can happen even when no witchcraft is involved. Information pulled from the following sources: 2021 History of Yesterday article 2018 History Collection article by Trista 2018…
 
Lindsay is joined by Dom from the Horror House: True Crime and The Macabre podcast to see if he can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean. Listen to Horror House: True Crime and The Macabre wherever you catch your podcasts. Mentioned in this episode: Audible Get 1-month free of Audible! That's one free book and access to hundreds of …
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss the haunted Muriel’s Jackson Square, as well as how you should never bet your home in a poker game, that Lindsay can’t speak French to save her life, and how easy it is to start a conspiracy theory. Information pulled from the following sources: 2020 Only in Your State article by Jackie Ann 1891 Louisiana Review article …
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss the Gentleman Pirate, Stede Bonnet, as well as how you should never give up on your dreams (unless it’s a midlife crisis), that you should never trust a pirate who will shoot his first mate, and how silly it would be to be a pirate starfish. Information pulled from the following sources: 2022 Grunge article by Josh Sippi…
 
Lindsay is joined by Jen and Christine from the Nopeville podcast to see if they can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean. Listen to Nopeville wherever you catch your podcasts. Mentioned in this episode: Audible Get 1-month free of Audible! That's one free book and access to hundreds of free books and podcasts! Start reading today! …
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss the Plague Village of Eyam, as well as how inventive they were in remaining no contact, that vinegar has many uses, and how far-reaching the effects of simple acts of kindness can be. Information pulled from the following sources: 2022 British Heritage Travel article 2021 Mental Floss article by Virginia Williams 2020 Th…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss Florence Maybrick, as well as why micro-dosing yourself with poison is a bad idea, that having a second family makes you a douche canoe, and how being imprisoned for 15 years when you didn’t do shit sucks. Information pulled from the following sources: 2020 Who Do You Think You Are? article by Kate Colquhoun 2016 Jack th…
 
Lindsay is joined by Anne Marie from the Armchair Historians podcast to see if she can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean. Listen to Armchair Historians wherever you catch your podcasts. You can check out the episode where Lindsay was a guest. Mentioned in this episode: Audible Get 1-month free of Audible! That's one free book and…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss poisoness Madame de Brinvilliers, as well as why you should never trust a lady with access to poison, that writing a full confession and locking it in a box isn’t the smartest move, and how waterboarding started as a “cure for what ails ya.” Information pulled from the following sources: 2018 Bonjour Paris blog post by M…
 
Lindsay is joined by special guest Dom from the Horror House True Crime and the Macabre podcast to discuss Carl Panzram, as well as why more than 2 hour of sleep is important, that using the same alias when committing multiple felonies isn’t the smartest move, and how to be a piece of shit. Be sure to check our friend Dom over at Horror House True …
 
Lindsay is joined by Becky and Diana from the Homespun Haints podcast to see if they can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean. Listen to Homespun Haints wherever you catch your podcasts. Mentioned in this episode: Audible Get 1-month free of Audible! That's one free book and access to hundreds of free books and podcasts! Start readi…
 
Lindsay is joined by special guest Paul Bavill from the History Rage podcast to discuss body snatching, before Lindsay and Madison revisit the infamous killers Burke & Hare, as well as how easy it was to make money selling cadavers, that it wasn’t illegal as long as you left all their stuff (including their clothes) behind, and how to leave a lasti…
 
Lindsay and special guest Lena discuss Mary Pearcey, as well as how not to choose a life partner, that murdering your lovers’ family isn’t the best way to get him back, and how a woman could be the most infamous serial killer of all time. Information pulled from the following sources: 2021 All That’s Interesting article by Genevieve Carlton 2016 Ja…
 
Lindsay is joined by Syrai from the Freaky AF podcast to see if she can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean. Listen to Freaky AF wherever you catch your podcasts. And don’t forget to check out the other great podcasts over at the Darkcast Network. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://…
 
Lindsay and Madison are joined by Elyse from True Crime Cat Lawyer to discuss Madame Restell, as well as how abortions and birth control were legal once upon a time, that calling yourself a doctor doesn’t make you one, and how quickly men and the church decided they knew more about women’s bodies than women. Information pulled from the following so…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss the Servant Girl Murders, as well as how dangerous it was to be a POC in 1800’s Austin, that not everything can be linked to Jack the Ripper, and how to have a platonic pass list for famous celebrities. Information pulled from the following sources: 2017 Mental Floss article by Sonya Vayomsky 1885 Austin American-Statesm…
 
Lindsay is joined by CJ from Beyond the Rainbow podcast to see if she can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean. Listen to Beyond the Rainbow wherever you catch your podcasts. And don’t forget to check out the other great podcasts over at the Darkcast Network. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss con-artist Bertha Heyman, as well as how you can seemingly make it as long as you have “confidence,” that it’s never okay to fat-shame someone (even if they’re an asshole), and how you can find a new career even after a life of crime. Information pulled from the following sources: 2021 Geri Walton blog post 2019 Atlas Ob…
 
Lindsay is joined by Eliza from Leave the Lights On podcast to see if she can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean. Listen to Leave the Lights On wherever you catch your podcasts. Mentioned in this episode: Audible Get 1-month free of Audible! That's one free book and access to hundreds of free books and podcasts! Start reading toda…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss the first American witch, Alice Young, as well as how easy it was to be a scapegoat, that there were a million and one Johns, and how being first at something isn’t always super great. Information for Lindsay’s story was pulled from the following sources: 2021 Connecticut History article 2019 Hartford Courant article by …
 
Lindsay and special guest Emily discuss the supposed white witch, Elizabeth Budd-Graham, as well as St Osyth’s Witches, that mo’ money equals massive monuments, and how Essex County was the worst county in England for supposed witches. Information for Lindsay’s story was pulled from the following sources: 2020 Florida Public Archaeology Network blo…
 
Lindsay is joined by John from The Dumb, Found Dead podcast to see if he can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean. Listen to The Dumb, Found Dead wherever you catch your podcasts. Mentioned in this episode: Audible Get 1-month free of Audible! That's one free book and access to hundreds of free books and podcasts! Start reading toda…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss the history of hot chocolate in Latin America, as well as why you should never put pubes in someone’s morning cup of cocoa, that accusing people of witchcraft is always a dick move, and how denouncing your sins is a great way to avoid being immolated. Information pulled from the following sources: 2020 Atlas Obscura arti…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss the Great Scottish Witch Hunt of 1597, as well as why you should never trust the word of a woman out to save her own skin, that quarrels with neighbors shouldn’t result in someone’s immolation, and how one woman stood up for what was right in the most kickass of ways. Information pulled from the following sources: 2020 G…
 
Lindsay is joined by Kayla and Lexi from A Little Wicked to see if they can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean. Listen to A Little Wicked wherever you catch your podcasts. Mentioned in this episode: Audible Get 1-month free of Audible! That's one free book and access to hundreds of free books and podcasts! Start reading today! Aud…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss the Bigfoot-Choctaw War of 1855, as well as why you shouldn’t anger a bigfoot, that you’re gonna smell a sasquatch before you see it, and how you should always take bigfoot sightings with a grain of salt. Information pulled from the following sources: 2020 Texas Cryptid Hunter blog post by Mike 2019 Ripley’s article by K…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss the Crown Prince Sado, as well as how being a super strict parent doesn’t always achieve results, that it’s important to address warning signs of mental illness, and how miscommunication can have deadly consequences. Information pulled from the following sources: 2020 book “The Prince of Mournful Thoughts” by Caroline Ki…
 
Lindsay is joined by Sean from Shots and Thoughts podcast to see if he can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean. Listen to Shots and Thoughts wherever you catch your podcasts. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy…
 
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