Nate Dicken is a heartwarming dude, and we figured that's what we and the world needs right now. We got possibly the best starting link of all time, because the possibilities were endless (or statistically too difficult for us to calculate). There are ghosts, skeptics, murders, and millionaire Mormons all over this episode!
Another hosts-only jaunt (apologies, we'll have a super fun guest on next week to make up for it), this time we started at a pretty cool history book written in the middle of history. From there we learned about daguerreotypes and pacific theories.
We were in NYC on a hot day without our fancy microphones and we recorded an episode even still. From a nuclear physicist we learned about hot aired professors and old fashioned practitioners.
More than just Brennan, Megan joined us to talk about an act that repealed an act. From there we discussed passports, manifestos and controlled substances.
You could only dream of having Kelly Dugan as your teacher, and luckily for us, she was a dream of a guest! Starting off with a questionably edible mushroom, we ranged wide and learned about Confucianism, cliches and catastrophes medieval.
Erin and Tyler duo it their way with a high society film from the down under. From there we learn about famous Monégasque (people of Monaco) and a highly celebrated uncorseted actress.
Wildcat Brittany Bookbinder joined us to talk about a really specific Wikipedia page. From there we got eponymous, we learned about GHOSTS, and Erin had another chance to drop some personal anecdotes about living in Atlanta.
Bright-eyed baby boy Jon Matteson comes back and gets in tune with us on the merits of a sight-seeing trip to an up-and-coming country. From there we learn about Erin's continuing love for Garfield, portals to hell, and the oldest biggest city in history.
The man closest to our hearts (and refrigerator) Tim Dunn joined us to be inspired by the most self-indulgent birthday commemoration possible. From there we learned about not-so-mythic birds, Williamsburg NYC, and woof, skinheads.
Hyper organized Sarah Shockey blew into our lives and blew away our hearts as we talked about a little asteroid, its noble namesake, and his questionable cleverness. From there we learned about the famous actors of Canadian kids shows, the beginnings of the beginnings, and the truly cinematic story of the man who found Pluto.
Rabbit Hole Director of Marketing Adam Marier stopped by to chat with us about a kooky little mansion in Iowa. From there we learned about mining techniques, the twee-est UFO group in history, and everything about chiropractic. Sorry Adam. Chiropractic.
The wacky and wonderful Mary Tilden came on the show to talk about ancient Egypt, and to mark the very first instance of Total Twin Rabbit Holes. We did some word association and a little magical thinking, and had a very great time!
Nate "Widget Neapolitan" Dicken joined us to josh around all over the place! From a macroeconomic concept, we learned about the world's greatest game, the world's secret groups that control it, and the world's most "shock"-ing photo. (I feel bad about that pun.)
John Sabine went Han Solo with us to talk about new hot ticket Alden Ehrenreich. From there we learned about the tallest humans, old English chain stores, and the art of the pool hustle.
The bright-eyed Jessie Cadle jumped into a Spanish car company with us to see where it would go. It went to Bernie Madoff, torch men, and Earnest Hemingway's family, and further beyond. Plus, the show became interactive! Send us your Bacon answers!