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An overweight, 61-year-old retiree, with zero hiking experience, decided to hike the entire 2,185.3 mile length of the Appalachian Trail in 2014. What could possibly go wrong? As his brother, Mike, commented, "It's a bit like taking up boxing and fighting Mike Tyson in your first bout." Join Steve and his guests as they discuss all aspects of the trail, from gear to Lyme Disease, then back to trail magic and injury.
 
Will and Neil are two brothers born and raised in the coal fields of central Appalachia. A podcast about place and perspective, they talk about life in Appalachia and venture outside the region to better understand the negative perceptions of Appalachia and find out how their culture truly compares to the rest of the World.
 
In the mountains of central Appalachia, blood runs as deep as these hollers and just as dark. Since before our kind knew these hills, hearts of unknowable hunger and madness have slumbered beneath them. These are the darkest mountains in the world. How dare we think we can break the skin of a god and dig out its heart without bringing forth blood and darkness? Old Gods of Appalachia is a horror-anthology podcast set in the shadows of an Alternate Appalachia, a place where digging too deep in ...
 
Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/larry-bentley/subscribe Learn about the true Appalachian life, mysteries, legends & history. I’m Larry Bentley and I was born and raised in the Appalachian mountains of southwest Virginia. I want to take you on a fantastic journey through the Appalachian mountains. We’re going to explore everything from murder, native folklore and legend to true stories of hardship and what makes Appalachian life, Appalachian life. Come join me. I guarantee it’s no ...
 
Six book fantasy series located in the Smokey Mountains of Tennessee. Katie Johnson a Junior in high school doesn't realize she is about to enter into a fantasy world. Where she and others turn into were-animals. Each move she makes is like a game on a chess board where the decisions she makes will be life or death to her friends and family. The supernatural is common and is trying to destroy the natural world.
 
Welcome to Now Appalachia Radio with host and thriller author Eliot Parker. The show will profile Appalachian writers and creative people. Proud to be part of the August on the Air Global Radio Network. Authors on the Air Global Radio Network is an international digital media corporation comprised of radio talk shows, podcasts, book reviews and anthology publishing with 3 million listeners in 40 countries and over one million social media friends. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elio ...
 
Welcome to Appalachian Mysteria, a true-crime podcast series that all started with Mared & Karen: The WVU Coed Murders and Big Savage: The Death of Alexander Stevens. As the podcast has grown we decided to combine our feeds, join forces with Jam Street Media, and work on Season 3! So, if things look a little different, that's why. Stay tuned!
 
A comedic take on serious topics, such as, science, spirituality, technology, physics, philosophy, politics, current events, and so much more. Justin and Ryan are ordinary guys with an extraordinary thirst for knowledge. They are constantly learning about the world around them and what lies beyond. And they have a blast doing it.
 
Having long been in this region, Black Appalachians remain mostly invisible, while the dominant narratives of Appalachia depict an overwhelming, white cultural homogeneity. The Black in Appalachia Podcast challenges these misconceptions by highlighting how Black families have shaped and have been shaped by the region. Through historical and contemporary stories of people, places and experiences, hosts Enkeshi El-Amin and Angela Dennis interrogate what it means to be Black in Appalachia, crea ...
 
Co-hosts Bill Dunham and Dr. Fred Mackara provide monthly updates on the markets and the economy and conduct long form interviews with business, governmental, academic, and entrepreneurial thought leaders in the Southern Appalachians to find new trends in business and economic development in the region. Produced by Hoover Mutascope Productions in association with Public Radio 89.5 WETS-FM.
 
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Cam Collins and Sarah Faulk bring you tales of the strange and unusual from around the Appalachian region. From hair-raising accounts of true crime to haints and hauntings, ghost cats and goatmen, tune in for stories of the many things that go bump in the night in these hills.
 
Welcome to Appalachian Words, the show about language and culture in Appalachia. I’m your host, Jennifer Heinmiller. I am co-author of the Dictionary of Southern Appalachian English, a historical dictionary that is over 1.3 million words long and covers everything from "ain’t never" to "zonies alive." If you’re curious about that one, subscribe and tune in. I welcome your questions, comments, stories, suggestions, and pumpkin bread. Contact me at appalachian.dictionary@gmail.com
 
Appalachian Sound and Color sets out to interview and understand artists, musicians, writers, and makers living in Appalachia. ASC's light hearted interview style does not strictly focus on each maker's creative process, but rather their upbringing in Appalachia and how that steered them to create. The podcast also asks why each artist chose to stay and create here. ASC is an offspring of Clientele Art Studio located in Wheeling, WV and is hosted by Logan Schmitt and William Wallace. It is p ...
 
A podcast dedicated to ending the environmentally destructive practice of Mountaintop Removal Mining (MTR) that is devastating the Appalachian Mountains. Featuring a summary of the best current news items and media pieces focusing on MTR.Email: StopMTR@WaterPodcast.comFor further information on Mountaintop Removal Mining visit: ilovemountains.org and appvoices.org
 
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After the end of the Revolutionary War the land north and west of the Ohio River was organized by Congress into the Northwest Territory. Soon settlers began to move into the eastern part of the territory (the future state of Ohio) and form new towns, including Marietta, at the junction of the Muskingum and Ohio Rivers. One of these new settlers was…
 
For some, winter can be a difficult time -- dark and cold. For others, time outside in the winter is a powerful experience. Getting outside can also be one way to help with the stress. In this episode of Inside Appalachia, we’ll go outside into a cold, crisp forest on a winter hike.We’ll also learn about a group of Italian immigrants who escaped re…
 
In this last episode of the Appalachian Music series, Neil and Will sit down with singer/songwriter Cody Howard from the "deep dark hills of Eastern Kentucky." Listen as Cody talks about what inspires his writing and how he learned to appreciate where he's from. You might also find out what the difference is between "Maters and Skeeters." Also, Nei…
 
On the latest episode of Now, Appalachia, Eliot interviews Virginia author John Copenhaver about his latest book THE SAVAGE KIND. John is the author of Dodging and Burning, which won the Macavity Award for Best First Mystery Novel and garnered Anthony, Strand Critics, Barry, and Lambda Literary Award nominations. Copenhaver writes a crime fiction r…
 
It's Christmas Eve 1924, and Pretty Polly Barrow has come all the way from the home office in Pennsylvania to deliver a special holiday message from the family to the workers at Barrow Alkali Works in Palmer, Virginia. CW: Discussion of weird breeding habits, environmental disaster, body horror, gore. Written by Cam Collins Narrated by Steve Shell …
 
This holiday season has been a tough one for us, so we haven’t had the opportunity to put together this year’s Christmas episode. Instead we give you last year’s wonderful tale of the Krampus. By the way, all the references in that episode to 2020? Nothing’s really changed, so just mentally put in “2021” when you hear us say “2020.” Merry Christmas…
 
In this episode, Justin and Ryan interview Jeffrey Ratliff and hear an account of his chilling encounter with a bigfoot while hunting when he was 16 years old. We cover a lot of information and strangeness in this one. This was a super fun episode. Thanks again Jeff! Please rate and review this episode wherever you listen to podcasts. Reach out to …
 
Garrett Tandy is this week's guest, a 2021 flip flopper who finished at Delaware Water Gap in October 2021. He has fresh memories that he shares in a wide-ranging conversation. Garrett is in his late 30s, which is a rarer demographic on the trail, and he did what he needed to do to hike the AT, making necessary changes and arrangements to fulfill h…
 
Used to be an old man that sat out in front of the downtown store where I lived who always had a story. Listen as I try to bring you a little bit of him just for fun. Come on over and check out the Huskel T poll over on Anchor.fm. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/larry-bentley/message
 
At the turn of the 20th century, a Kentucky man obsessed with spiritualism, fortune-telling, seances and speaking to the dead, was convinced to marry a "psychic" and give her all his property. This act set off a chain of events involving this man, his siblings, his new (fourth) wife, and a man named Fred, all of which ended up very badly for him. T…
 
People in coal country are pleading for help as coal’s decline accelerates. This week on Inside Appalachia, we explore the economic and health impacts coal has had on coal communities in Appalachia. We’ll talk about the past and the future of this industry, through the lens of its labor history, to the climate crisis. And we’ll hear from members of…
 
In this episode Neil and Will sit down with Terrell Benton a virtuoso of the history of music in The Shoals. As the "Hit Recording Capital of the World," The Shoals represents the diversity that is found throughout the Appalachian region. Listen as Terrell describes the Muscle Shoals Sound and the magic that is made in the hallowed halls of the rec…
 
My guests normally get on the show through listener suggestions, but this week, I found Michael Dunford on Facebook. He received a remarkable letter from a grateful father, and it was Mike's reaction to that letter that made me want to reach out to him and invite him on the show. Our initial conversation, which I always try to do prior to recording…
 
In this episode, Justin and Ryan discuss the notorious Bigfoot. We've both been interested in Bigfoot lore since we were little kids. Tune in to hear different theories, accounts, and opinions on the evasive creature. This is our favorite episode so far. Y'all do not want to miss this episode! It is a banger! Please rate and review this episode whe…
 
In their final broadcast episode on Public Radio, Fred Mackara and Bill Dunham are joined by economic journalist Don Fenley in critiquing their predictions for the past year (spoiler alert - they score a solid C-) and donning their purple turbans to predict markets and the economy in 2022. First aired on Public Radio 89.5 WETS-FM.…
 
In May of 1902 one of the best-run mine companies in the Coal Creek, Tennessee, area suffered a disaster when an explosion trapped and killed 216 miners, all but 3 of the adult male population of the Fraterville community. Today we tell that story. Be sure to subscribe to the Stories podcast on your favorite podcast app!…
 
In the latest episode of Inside Appalachia, we’ll hear stories from creators across Appalachia and how they process their lives through their art, including songwriting, photography and self-published zines. We’ll talk with a climber who challenged the climbing community to rename racist and sexist route names, and won. Also in this episode, West V…
 
In this special New Year's episode Will and Neil sit down with legendary long distance hiker Nimblewill Nomad, the oldest man (at 83 years of age) to through hike the Appalachian Trail. While others are making New Year's resolutions, Nimblewill lives them everyday through his hiking accomplishments. Take a listen and hear him discuss his purpose an…
 
Our guest today is Sarah Robison. As you'll hear, she is very reflective about the hike and how it came about, articulating clearly some of her thought processes along the way. Sarah has changed her life to suit the "new" person who came back from the trail. She is a Nurse Anesthetist, specializing in neurosurgery, and resigned from this position t…
 
Let's listen to some of the best roots music to come out of 2021 as we look forward to 2022! "Whiskey River" by Miko Marks "Goodbye, Honey, You Call that Gone" by Jake Blount "Mama's Milk" by Sunny War "Deep Water Blues" by Adia Victoria "Tender Organs" by Amythyst Kiah "Someone That I Used to Be" by Joy Oladokun…
 
Yes, we know. You were expecting a few laughs at our expense as we reviwed our 2021 predictions for markets and the economy. But with things so turbulent with Omicron, a premature review wasn't in the cards. Next week. To spur on some New Year's resolutions, here's a reprise of our conversation with Bristol estate attorney Rob Peel on planning for …
 
In this special Christmas episode Neil and Will discuss some past traditions and talk of the meaning of "Old Christmas." To highlight the brief and special episode, Neil gives an Appalachian rendition of "Twas the Night Before Christmas." So...sit back, relax, enjoy a hot cup of cocoa and take a listen as Neil tells the tale of "Twas the Night Befo…
 
This holiday season has been a tough one for us, so we haven't had the opportunity to put together this year's Christmas episode. Instead we give you last year's wonderful tale of the Krampus. By the way, all the references in that episode to 2020? Nothing's really changed, so just mentally put in "2021" when you hear us say "2020." Merry Christmas…
 
Glory Ann Boggs does what she can to help Cowboy, and there are repercussions. CW: mutilation, simulated harm of a child, descriptions of wounds/bleeding, injury via thorns/flora, intense rumbling, sentient plant violence, occult rituals. Written by Steve Shell and Cam Collins Narrated by Steve Shell Produced by Cam Collins and Steve Shell The voic…
 
We have another of the newly minted Class of 2021 thru-hikers today. Kyle Stranagan, or Huck Finn, was just as inexperienced as I was when he started his own AT thru-hike last year. Yet, a combination of grit, luck, and determination saw him at the top of the brown sign at Katahdin just a couple of months ago. Kyle is clearly still processing what …
 
In this week’s episode of Inside Appalachia, we explore stories about the power of memory and tradition. Listeners across Appalachia share some of their favorite traditions, and our reporters and hosts share some of our family traditions, too. We’ve got recipes for things like cranberry salad and sorghum gingerbread. Reporter Zack Harold tells us h…
 
In this episode, Justin and Ryan discuss Missing 411 cases. Missing 411 is a collection of data based on missing persons cases around the world. The details of these cases are often strange and a lot of these cases remain unsolved. Justin and Ryan share a few of the most interesting accounts, and share their theories along with other possible theor…
 
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