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The Morbid Curiosity Podcast

Apr 22, 2019

In this episode, we discuss the supposed Ancient Greek origins of Hysteria, a common psychiatric diagnosis of females from the 18th to the early 20th century. We also cover how the symptoms of hysteria were interpreted in the Medieval era.
 
NOTE: This episode contains discussions of female anatomy,...


Feb 18, 2019

Teratomas are a unique type of tumor that are best known for containing human teeth and hair. Let's discuss the history of these tumors, and how those teeth and hair end up inside them.

 

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Aug 27, 2018

The myth of Spontaneous Human Combustion, which holds that it is possible for people to spontaneously burst into flames, has been prevalent since the 1600s, but what can modern science reveal about these mysterious deaths by fire? In this episode, we discuss some of the well-known cases, as well as the theories...


Aug 13, 2018

In this episode, the MCP presents an interview with expert Dr. Jenna Dittmar about Corpse Theft in 18th-19th century England. Hallie and Dr. Dittmar discuss the connection between the rise of human anatomical studies and the gruesome rise of corpse theft that came with it.

 

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Apr 9, 2018

Imagine someone close to you, someone you trusted, convinced you that they were being followed. Imagine you became so wrapped up in their paranoia that you followed them into dangerous situations without question, until finally someone got hurt, and it was revealed to you that it was all a delusion caused by...