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In Part 2 of our Forbidden Places Series, we’re going to explore locations around the world that few people have ever gone. In this episode, we explore some of Earth’s most mysterious and restricted places like North Korea’s Room 39,
In Part 1 of our Forbidden Places Series, we’re going to explore locations around the world that few people have ever gone. From famous strange place like Area 51, the Royal Living Quarters at Buckingham Palace,
Pizza, it’s the go-to party food. The Ninja Turtles love it, Pizza rat loves it, and humans love it too. We’re heading to the Big Apple and joining us is Youtuber Jon Barr, to talk with us about his one-dollar pizza challenge, dumpling,
Travel used to be an activity that only the rich could afford. But around the 1800s, advances in technology changed that industry. In this episode, I chat with author Mark Tungate, about his new book, The Escape Industry,
To keep fans and paparazzi off their trail, crew members of the new Star Wars film, The Last Jedi, referred to the movie as Space Bear. But now that filming is done and the trailers have been released, producers are starting to confirm the real-life lo...
Most of our episodes deal with places that you can travel to, like Iceland or Cuba. But what about the places you’re never allowed to explore? The places that are closed off the public, off-limits and top-secret? In this episode,
Did you know that during the American Civil War, both Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis wrote letters to the Pope trying to get him on there side? These letters are stored in the Secret Vatican Archives, deep beneath the surface of Vatican City.
Donald Trump pardons a turkey this week, keeping the Thanksgiving tradition alive. Thanksgiving also happens to be the busiest week of the year for travel, but did you know that it’s the busiest week of the year for plumbers?
The original design for one of America’s most recognized monuments was very different from its finished product. Lead sculptor Gutzon Borglum meant to depict the four presidents from the waist up and Susan B. Anthony was almost added to the landmark.
Did you know that North Korea and South Korea are still technically at war? The Korean Armistice Agreement, signed in 1953, was only supposed to be a temporary ceasefire, but it’s still in place. Over sixty years later and there is still no treaty.