Dark History

Dark History

By Audioboom Studios

Bailey Sarian, a professional makeup artist & true crime connoisseur, is taking her expertise from her popular YouTube series, Murder, Mystery & Makeup, and expanding into the podcast world with Dark History! Each week, she will explore the chilling stories of the dark past from US and World History that they don't teach you in school!

Episodes

43: Cleopatra, Catherine, Jackie, And Yoko: Their True Stories

Women. We really get the short end of the stick don’t we. And it’s nothing new. In fact there are women all throughout history who could tell all kinds of tales of when the odds were stacked against them. Or when history completely ignored them. Or when society made them out to be the villain. Or, when nobody believed them. Well kitty cats, today we’re going to talk exactly about those kinds of stories.  We’ll be focusing on just four women: Cleopatra, Catherine the Great, Jackie Mitchell, and Yoko Ono. We’ll talk about these women's true stories, and not the way history has retold them.  Episode Advertisers Include:  Credit Karma Inc, SimpliSafe, Solo Stove,  and Hello Fresh. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!
11/05/2254m 42s

42: Heroin & Cigarettes & Tapeworms: The Dark History of Diet Culture

Did you know that researchers have found that 98% of all diets are complete failures? Did you also know that the diet industry is a multi-billion dollar industry and that whatever body a diet promotes has shifted drastically over the course of human history? Why do you think that is? Spoiler alert: it’s MONEY… and making women feel awful. Buckle in, and get ready for the dark history of Diet Culture. Episode Advertisers Include:  Apostrophe, Best Fiends, ZipRecruiter,  and Express VPN. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!
04/05/2258m 48s

41: Diving Into The Dark Web: Dark History of Silk Road

The internet isn’t really that old. But that doesn’t mean that it hasn’t already started to gather its own dark history. I mean we’re talking about a whole branch of the internet literally called “Dark Web.” And there was one site in particular that basically made the dark web the mainstream place for drugs, fake ids, and murder for hire. Today we’re going to talk about the Silk Road. The website that single-handedly validated bitcoin and laid the foundation for dark websites we still see in action today.
27/04/221h 0m

40: Puff, Puff, Pass: Dark History of Cannabis

Weed is a gateway drug. How many of us were warned about this in middle school health class? Well did you know it’s not true?  And has been disproven multiple times? I mean if you think about it, how much do we really know about cannabis.  Today we’re going to fix that.  We are going alllll the way back to the very start of cannabis’s history. Not only are we going to talk about all the ways Cannabis has benefited society throughout history, but we’ll also talk about the group of villains who made it their mission to make Cannabis illegal.  Episode Advertisers Include:  Daily Harvest, SkyLight Frame, ZipRecruiter,  and SimpliSafe. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!
13/04/2257m 53s

39: Is College Even Worth it?: The Dark History of Student Loans

Like pretty much everything we talk about, Student Loans started out as a great idea.  A way to ensure education for all. A way to advance America in the Space Race. And a way to promise citizens a brighter future. But as we’ve seen time and time again, with money on the table, student loans got dark, and FAST. Today we talk about how student loans came to be, how the evolved, and how they came to be something that plagues nearly 46 million Americans today.  Episode Advertisers Include:  Liquid IV, StitchFix US, Apostrophe, and Best Fiends. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!
06/04/2257m 28s

38: The Darkest Show on Earth: The Circus

Come one come all, gather around for the spectacle of the darkest show on earth.  The circus is definitely not the happy wholesome family adventure it sells itself to be. It’s a dark place filled with kidnapping, fires, murder, bribes, train wrecks, animal cruelty, labor abuse, and LIES. Oh the lies. Today we get the truth behind all the lies and learn alllll about the dark history of the circus.  Episode Advertisers Include:  SimpliSafe, Stamps, Solo Stove, ThredUP. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!
30/03/221h 2m

37: The Government Poisoning Alcohol?!: Prohibition

Most people have heard of Prohibition, the time when America decided drinking was bad. But how much do we really know? Because it wasn’t just the speakeasies that were hidden. We’re talking about Mafia turf wars and government poisoning alcohol for years. And that’s just the start. Because today we are getting into the deep, dark, and a little drunk, history of Prohibition.  Episode Advertisers Include:  Apostrophe, Square Space, Embark, ZipRecruiter. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!
23/03/2257m 53s

36: The Shocking & Shady Past of Bananas

Bananas. That yummy yellow fruit. We love it. But let me tell you, this simple fruit has a COMPLICATED past. We’re talking labor strikes, insurrections, murder, environmental destruction,  insider trading, and even potential nuclear war. No, seriously. Today we get into the very dark history of Bananas. And girl, it is wild.  Episode Advertisers Include:  Apostrophe, Hello Fresh, Stitch Fix US and Calm US. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!
16/03/221h 4m

35: Pre-Tampon vs Post Tampon World: The Dark History of Menstruation

PERIODS. MENSTRUATION. VAGINA. All no-no words according to society. But also all words we’re gonna be using today, A LOT.  That’s because today we are talking about the Dark History of Menstruation.  When did it get a bad rap? How did women back in the day deal with cramps? How is it celebrated in other cultures? When did the tampon come along? We answer all those questions and more when we dive into the dark history of periods.  Episode Advertisers Include: Squarespace, Apostrophe, Best Fiends, and Ouai Haircare. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!
09/03/2257m 2s

34: Private Prisons: Where Prisoners Become Profit

At this very moment, there are a bunch of business owners and investors in the United States who profit off people being arrested and imprisoned. It doesn’t seem right and definitely doesn’t feel legal, yet here we are. Welcome to the shocking history of Private Prisons. Today, we talk about the all-American story about how capitalism kept slavery alive long after it was abolished. Plus we discuss how state and federal governments still use these horrible facilities today.  Episode Advertisers Include: Ship Station, ZipRecruiter, Liquid IV, and SimpliSafe. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!
02/03/2250m 51s

33: The TRUTH behind Central Park, Lake Lanier and Dodger Stadium

America, she’s always been stealing land. Grabbing what she wants. And stealing land has never stopped in America, except now it’s done “legally” thanks to a little thing called eminent domain.  Today we will dive into just three of the MANY stories of communities being erased in the name of building landmarks like Central Park, Lake Lanier, and Dodger Stadium. And all of it was done legally because of eminent domain. Oh yeah, today’s stories are shady Episode Advertisers Include: Stitch Fix US, Thred Up, Apostrophe, and Squarespace. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!
23/02/2241m 10s

32: Equal rights and Access FOR ALL: The Americans with Disabilities Act

Just how accessible are accessible parking spots, bathrooms, tables etc. And what had to happen in order to even get to this point? Would you believe if I said something called Ugly Laws? Forced Sterilization? Supreme Court Battles? Well babe, that is just a start.  Today we talk about the road to the American with Disabilities Act and the dark history of treatment of people with disabilities.  Episode Advertisers Include: ZipRecruiter, Calm US, OUAI Haircare, and Hello Fresh. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!
17/02/2243m 2s

31: How the US STOLE Hawaii

Would you believe me if I told you Hawaii was stolen? Well yeah of course, hi this is Dark History. But would you also believe me if I told you, the US fully fessed up to taking the islands illegally and the International community has acknowledged Hawaii is it’s own country? Because that’s all true. But why is it still the 50th state? Well today we dive into the mind blowing history of Hawaii, how it was illegally overthrown, and why more people don’t know about it. Episode Advertisers Include: MeUndies, Best Fiends, Squarespace, and Apostrophe. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!
09/02/2247m 6s

30: The Woman who REALLY Started Rock & Roll: Sister Rosetta Tharpe

Do you know who Sister Rosetta Tharpe is? Would you believe me if I told you she’s responsible for Elvis Presley, Chuck Barry, Little Richard, The Beatles, The Who, The Rolling Stones, Jimmi Hendrix and basically Rock and Roll itself? Today we’re going to dive into Rosetta’s story and learn about how she is the unknown mother of Rock & Roll. Episode Advertisers Include: Liquid IV, StitchFix US, Ship Station, and ZipRecruiter. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!
02/02/2245m 4s

29: The Birth of Click Bait & Fake News: Yellow Journalism

Journalists are supposed to follow the principles of truthfulness, accuracy, objectivity and public accountability. But that wasn’t always the case for Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst. Today we’re going to talk about how their desire to beat each other led to the era of Yellow Journalism and reshaped Journalism as we know it. 
26/01/2244m 32s

28: The Many Crimes of The Nestle Company

How did Nestle go from feeding babies to poisoning puppies? Well let me tell you it is a bumpy ride.  As Nestle continued to grow, their scandals got bigger and bigger. Today we dive into just a few of the shady, shady things Nestle has done over the years.
19/01/2240m 7s

27: The Dark Side to the Golden Age of Hollywood

Hollywood, the place where dreams come true. But in reality, Hollywood, and especially during the “Golden Age” was a place of nightmares.  Horrible treatment of actors and actresses, drug addiction, cover ups, forced abortions, eating disorders, death. You name it, and it was happening behind the scenes.  Today we dive into the dark side of the glitz and glam of the movie industry and talk about it’s dark and seedy past.  Episode Advertisers Include: Best Fiends, Liquid IV, Stitch Fix US, and Zip Recruiter. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!
12/01/2235m 34s

26: Women Were Poisoned by Their Job for Years: The Radium Girls

When Radium popped on to the scene in the early 1900s, it was called “liquid sunshine” and a “mythological superbeing.” Why? Because it was incredibly powerful and literally glowed. But then a few companies had the bright idea to start making watches with it. Today, Bailey tells the tale of the Radium Girls who were exposed to the radioactive chemical, in horrible working conditions, and lost their lives because of it. Episode Advertisers Include: Squarespace, Apostrophe, Hello Fresh, and Ship Station. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!
05/01/2239m 57s

Bonus Episode: Death By Delicious Chocolate - Cordelia Botkin was WILD

Hi Friends! There's no Dark History episode this week, but here's a bonus episode of a story I did for Murder, Mystery & Makeup (which is now a podcast!!) about Cordelia Botkin. Hope you enjoy it and if you're interested in true crime, make sure to subscribe to Murder, Mystery & Makeup anywhere you listen to podcasts and on YouTube!
30/12/2149m 35s

25: Twisted Holiday Tales You’ve Never Heard: Dark History Holiday Edition

Pour some hot coco, slide on those comfy socks and gather ‘round the fire because it’s chilly willy out there. Week after week, we talk about the most horribly dark stuff on this show. So, we’re switching it up a bit. Today, Bailey gives you her first ever ANTHOLOGY episode with four SHOCKING holiday stories you’ve never heard. Don’t worry - they’re still SUPER dark, but there’s a bit of hope in each tale, too. Episode Advertisers Include: SimpleSafe, StoryWorth, Hello Fresh, and Wicked Clothes. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!  For 10% off go to Wickedclothes.com and use promo code DARKHISTORY.
22/12/2134m 3s

24: How Jazz Almost Wasn’t a Thing: The Dark History of Jazz

In the late 1800s, something really cool was happening down in New Orleans. A melting pot of cultures was blending to form a new style of music. These incredible sounds inspired a music revolution that swept the nation almost overnight. People LOVED Jazz. But there were some people who decided jazz was the devil’s music. Today, Bailey tells the shocking story of how the Federal Government tied Jazz to “immoral” behavior and aimed to take down its biggest star: Billie Holiday. Episode Advertisers Include: Apostrophe, Wicked Clothes, Ship Station, and Hunt A Killer. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!  For 10% off go to Wickedclothes.com and use promo code DARKHISTORY.
15/12/2136m 22s

23: Before COVID, there was Bubonic Plague in San Fran

121 years before COVID showed up, the U.S. nearly descended into chaos when the Bubonic Plague arrived in San Fran. The Black Death. When it began spreading in the city, politicians went to war with public health officials, claiming everything was blown out of proportion, even calling it a “Plague Fake.” Oy. Today, Bailey gives you yet another dose of how dark history tends to repeat itself. Episode Advertisers Include: Wicked Clothes, Hello Fresh, Stitch Fix US, and Apostrophe. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!  For 10% off go to Wickedclothes.com and use promo code DARKHISTORY.
08/12/2149m 37s

22: Why 20,000 People Wanted Italian Immigrants Dead: Sicilian Lynchings

In 1891, 11 Italian people were murdered in the streets of New Orleans, becoming one of the largest mass lynchings in American history. Because of this, there were rumors of war between the United States and Italy. So, to calm the tension, the American government… created a holiday? Wait. What? Today, Bailey tells the bloody story of the Sicilian Lynchings, where 20,000 people lost their damn minds.  Episode Advertisers Include: Aura Frames, Ouai Hair Care, Liquid IV, and Wicked Clothes. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!  For 10% off go to Wickedclothes.com and use promo code DARKHISTORY.
01/12/2139m 19s

21: A Church vs. The Feds: Who Shot First?? The WACO Siege

In 1993, the quiet Texas town of Waco was turned into a bloody battlefield when an extremist religious group and their leader went to war with the American Government. We’re talking assault weapons, helicopters, tanks, explosions and huge fires. Dozens were killed. Today, Bailey tells the wild story of how this stand off even happened, why the word cult was being thrown around and how the Feds may have made it all worse. Episode Advertisers Include: Apostrophe, ZenBusiness Inc, Wicked Clothes, and SimpliSafe. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!  For 10% off go to Wickedclothes.com and use promo code DARKHISTORY.
24/11/211h 6m

20: Secrets buried in unmarked graves: Residential Schools

In June of 2021, a bombshell investigation uncovered the bodies of 215 Indigenous children in unmarked graves on a Canadian school’s property. Wait. WHAT?! Yeah, they were students at something called a Residential School. And there were MANY of these in both Canada and the United States. Today, Bailey tells you about a horrifying program that resulted in thousands of deaths and even more missing children. Episode Advertisers Include: Wicked Clothes, Ship Station, Hunt A Killer and Stitch Fix US. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!  For 10% off go to Wickedclothes.com and use promo code DARKHISTORY.
17/11/2141m 3s

19: Concentration Camps... IN AMERICA?!: Japanese Incarceration

After the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, America became paranoid as hell, thinking every Japanese person in the U.S. was a spy. News flash: they weren’t. But that didn’t stop one of the ugliest chapters in American history from being written. Today, Bailey tells the grim story about how the Federal Government rounded up and imprisoned over 100,000 Japanese Americans during WWII. Episode Advertisers Include: Wicked Clothes, Liquid IV, Hello Fresh and Apostrophe. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!  For 10% off go to Wickedclothes.com and use promo code DARKHISTORY. 
10/11/2149m 19s

18: Secret Medical Testing on People & the Government Knew?! The Tuskegee Experiment

 In 1972, an article went viral before the internet existed. The headline read: “Syphilis Victims in U.S. Study Went Untreated for 40 Years.” This bombshell report exposed the Tuskegee Experiment for what it was: a crime against humanity. Today, Bailey tells the story of the study’s 400 participants and the monsters who lied and took advantage of them even though a cure to their illness was readily available. Episode Advertisers Include: Embark, Squarespace, Ouai and Wicked Clothes. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!  For 10% off go to Wickedclothes.com and use promo code DARKHISTORY. 
03/11/2142m 32s

17: People Danced Until They LITERALLY Died?! - The Dancing Plague of 1518

 In 1518, the peasants of Strasbourg, France began dancing and couldn’t stop. Because of it, 15 people were dying per day. Historians don’t know what caused it, but they all agree that it absolutely happened. Today, Bailey tells the puzzling story of a mysterious Dancing Plague that gripped this town and disappeared just as quickly as it arrived! Episode sponsors include: Hunt a Killer, Wicked Clothes, SimpliSafe and Square Space! Learn more during the podcast about special offers!  For 10% off go to Wickedclothes.com and use promo code DARKHISTORY. 
27/10/2149m 27s

16: From Riots and Raids to Gay Pride Parades: How Pride came to be

In 1969, the Stonewall Inn was just your typical, Mafia-backed queer bar in Greenwich Village, New York. But after yet another police raid, the LGBTQ+ community had enough and decided to fight back. Today, Bailey tells the story of how chaos in the streets of New York evolved into the colorful Pride parades we see around the world today.  Sponsors include: ZenBusiness Inc., Stitch Fix US, Hello Fresh and Apostrophe.
21/10/2151m 26s

16: From Riots and Raids to Gay Pride Parades: How Pride came to be

In 1969, the Stonewall Inn was just your typical, Mafia-backed queer bar in Greenwich Village, New York. But after yet another police raid, the LGBTQ+ community had enough and decided to fight back. Today, Bailey tells the story of how chaos in the streets of New York evolved into the colorful Pride parades we see around the world today.
20/10/2141m 23s

15: Who gave the Philly Police a friggin’ BOMB?!: The 1985 MOVE Bombing

In 1985, after a chaotic shootout and an hours-long standoff, the Philadelphia Police dropped a bomb on the home of the MOVE organization, a black liberation and environmentalist group. What? Why? How? Today, Bailey is going to get into that, but just know it killed 11 people and destroyed 61 surrounding homes. It took 35 years for the city to even apologize.   Episode sponosrs include: Liquid IV, Public Goods, Wicked Clothes and ShipStation!  Learn more during the podcast about special offers!  For 10% off go to Wickedclothes.com and use promo code DARKHISTORY.
13/10/2148m 16s

14: Gay Conversion Therapy: Pseudo Science is Destroying Innocent Lives

700,000 people have experienced some form of Gay Conversion Therapy over the years. Yet, survivors of this horrible practice call it torture, evil and abusive. So, why, then, is it still legal in 30 states? Today, Bailey tells the dark history of a practice not only happening in camps, but in doctor’s offices and church basements all over the country. Episode sponosrs include: Ouai, Apostrophe, Wicked Cloths and Squarespace!  Learn more during the podcast about special offers!  For 10% off go to Wickedclothes.com and use promo code DARKHISTORY.
06/10/2144m 21s

13: The story of the first female President of the United States: Edith Wilson

A rowdy mountain girl inherits a million dollar jewelry business, drag races through the streets of Washington D.C., goes on a blind date with the President, marries him and then takes over the country after he suffers a stroke. No, this isn’t the premise of a Rom Com. Today, Bailey dishes on the true story of Edith Wilson - the unapologetic First Lady who gave Washington politicians the middle finger and did what she wanted.
29/09/2147m 29s

12: MKUltra: Mind Control, Drugs and Robocats

What if we told you the Government thought LSD could be used for mind control? What if we told you they tested this on thousands of people without their knowledge? Or what if we told you the CIA was slicing open cats and putting microphones in them to create adorable little spies? You’d probably think we’re high. Nope. Just the Government. Well, today Bailey tells the story of a secret Government project called MKUltra, where they did all of this. And more. Episode sponosrs include: Zip Recruiter, Wicked Cloths, Upstart and Calm US!  Learn more during the podcast about special offers!  For 10% off go to Wickedclothes.com and use promo code DARKHISTORY.
22/09/2142m 57s

12: MKUltra: Mind Control, Drugs and Robocats

What if we told you the Government thought LSD could be used for mind control? What if we told you they tested this on thousands of people without their knowledge? Or what if we told you the CIA was slicing open cats and putting microphones in them to create adorable little spies? You’d probably think we’re high. Nope. Just the Government. Well, today Bailey tells the story of a secret Government project called MKUltra, where they did all of this. And more. Episode sponosrs include: Zip Recruiter, Wicked Cloths, Upstart and Calm US!  Learn more during the podcast about special offers!  For 10% off go to Wickedclothes.com and use promo code DARKHISTORY.
22/09/2151m 14s

11: Thomas Edison maybe killed a guy and other enlightening Edison tales

When people think of American innovation, one name always comes up: Thomas Edison. But, just like everything else in our series, there’s a dark side to Tommy boy. Today, Bailey reveals a story that shines Edison in a different light, a more unflattering one filled with buried tales of greed, fame, dishonesty and, dare she say, murder.  Partners for this episode include: Stamps.com, Hello Fresh, Squarespace and Apostrophe.
15/09/2147m 40s

10: Who stole grandma’s body?!: The Doctor’s Riots of 1788

Modern medicine had to start somewhere, right? And where it started ain’t too pretty. In order to study the inside of the body, bodies had to be dissected. And where did medical students and doctors get bodies to dissect in 1788? They stole ‘em from the cemetery, silly. Today, Bailey tells the wild story of the 1788 Doctor’s Riots.
01/09/2141m 28s

9: When the American Dream Goes Up in Flames: The Triangle Shirtwaist Fire

Welcome to the Dark History podcast. Today, we are going to talk about the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire, where 146 garment workers lost their lives. This tragic story lives at the intersection of greedy capitalism, immigrant exploitation and social justice. Workers fighting for basic rights found themselves fighting for their lives.  Real Rosewood Foundation https://rosewoodflorida.wordpress.com/   "I will be matching donations for the first 48 hours after the podcast goes live at 12:00am PST on Wednesday August 25, 2021." Partners for this episode include: Wicked Clothes, Pura Vida Bracelets and Upstart. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!  For 10% off go to Wickedclothes.com and use promo code DARKHISTORY.
25/08/2146m 19s

8: The Trail of Tears: Not one, but many

Too many Americans think the Trail of Tears was just some difficult nature walk. Like, one path that a bunch of Native Tribes hiked to get from point A to point B. In reality, it was a death march through wild forests and raging rivers. Native Americans had to battle the unforgiving summer sun, harsh winters, brutal diseases, food shortages and abuse from the American Military meant to guide and protect them. Partners for this episode include: Stitch Fix, Apostrophe, Best Fiends, and ZipRecruiter.
18/08/2142m 52s

7: Crack vs. Cocaine: Welcome to Incarceration Nation

America is an Incarceration Nation, locking more people up than any other country. That includes countries with dictators. Think about that. In today’s episode, Bailey pulls back the curtain to show us the ugly truth behind why ONE gram of crack gets the same criminal sentence as ONE HUNDRED grams of cocaine. The crazy thing? They are the SAME DRUG. Today, Bailey takes you on an eye opening ride through the story of crack and cocaine. Partners for this episode include: Squarespace, Hello Fresh, Calm US and Stamps. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!
11/08/2145m 46s

6: Mind Games - The Dark History of Lobotomy

What do the Kennedy’s (yes, those Kennedy’s), ice picks and depression all have in common? The lobotomy. Decades ago, this terrifying procedure was seen as the miracle solution to dozens of psychological problems. Today, Bailey digs into the dark history of lobotomies and how one man convinced America that he can cure all mental illnesses by sticking sharp objects in people’s brains while they were STILL AWAKE. Partners for this episode include: Upstart, True Crime Obssessed, Brooklinen and Wicked Clothes. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!  For 10% off go to Wickedclothes.com and use promo code DARKHISTORY.
04/08/2139m 43s

5: Let's Talk About The Dark History Of Birth Control. Buckle In.

Birth Control is in medicine cabinets all over the world, used by millions of women. But few know its scandalous history involves mass sterilizations of Puerto Rican women, an American business tycoon, and an activist who dabbled in eugenics. What’s eugenics? You’ll find out. And it ain’t pretty. Today, Bailey reveals the big history behind the little pill that changed family planning forever. Partners for this episode include: Apostrophe, Embark, Scentbird and Wicked Clothes. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!
28/07/2142m 33s

4: Andrew Jackson

Today, Bailey dives deep into the story about Andrew Jackson, the master duelist, the man on the $20 bill, and the man responsible for the death of thousands of Native Americans. Partners for this episode include: Stitch Fix, Audible, Jordan Harbinger and Brooklinen.
21/07/2149m 21s

3: Rosewood Massacre

Murder, Destruction and Racism are all discussed as Bailey digs into the unsettling story of The Rosewood Massacre, which was an attack on the predominantly black town of Rosewood, Florida, in 1923 by large white mobs destroying the entire location. Partners for this episode include: Best Fiends, HelloFresh, Squarespace and Stamps.com. Learn more during the podcast about special offers!
14/07/2141m 11s

Dark History Relaunch Trailer

In this trailer, Bailey Sarian shares exciting updates on the relaunch of her #1 podcast "Dark History" and news on upcoming episodes!
23/06/211m 2s

2: Zoot Suit Riots

On this week’s episode, Bailey explores the story behind the Zoot Suit Riots of 1943 in Los Angeles alongside an Historical Expert, Professor Pagan. Together, they discuss race relations in the US during this period, Zoot Suit inspiration from Jazz culture and the implications that the riots have even today! We also would love to thank our sponsors. Apostrophe: Save $15 off your first visit with a board-certified dermatologist at apostrophe.com/darkhistory and use code, DARKHISTORY. StitchFix: 30% off when you keep everything with stitchfix.com/darkhistory. Scentbird: 30% off your first month with scentbird.com/darkhistory.
09/06/2143m 44s

1: DuPont Chemical Scandal

On our premiere episode of Dark History,  Bailey dives deep into a topic that still is affecting us today! It is about an experiment and an injustice. The DuPont Chemical scandal is an exploration into synthetic chemicals possibly poisoning us all, a cover-up, and an unlikely lawsuit that exposes everything!
02/06/2136m 13s

Dark History Trailer

Bailey Sarian, a professional makeup artist & true crime connoisseur, is taking her expertise from her popular YouTube series, Murder, Mystery & Makeup, and expanding into the podcast world with Dark History! Each week, she will explore the chilling stories of the dark past from US and World History that they don't teach you in school!
20/05/211m 3s
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