The PodGOATs take on another decade. This time it's the '70s, a time of Watergate, disco, and the decade when rock and roll grew up. Phil and Campbell Valentine look back at the good, the bad, and the funky.
The second part in the Coincidences series, Phil and Campbell Valentine look at some of the most bizarre coincidences in history from a murder attempt that succeeded years later to the final resting place of a Canadian actor.
The PodGOATs continue their series of Mysteries with some unsolved cases including the disappearance of a lighthouse crew, a dancing plague, and a man who woke up naked in a dumpster. Help them solve these mysteries.
What exactly is reality? Sounds like a strange question until you really dig deep into the answer. Phil and Campbell Valentine do just that, and find that reality may not be exactly what you think it is.
Ben Franklin is one of the most colorful figures in American history. He's also one of the most important. From his inventions to his writings to his influence over the American Revolution, Phil and Campbell Valentine cover it all.
What exactly is Scientology? Where did it come from? Is it a religion or a cult? Phil and Campbell Valentine delve into this murky world and provide some answers.
Who are the biggest heartthrobs of all time? And who was the first? Phil and Campbell Valentine talk about the history of heartthrobdom, and some of the hottest stars of all time.
Ever thought about how we communicate? It's not just by speech. There's body language, sign language, even smoke signals. And animals communicate too. Phil and Campbell Valentine look at the history of communication.
We've all been children. Some are easier than others. Phil and Campbell Valentine talk about the history of raising kids, and some of the more famous children down through history.
The PodGOATs world tour of cities continues. This time we're off to one of the most densely-populated cities on the planet. Tokyo totally remade itself after World War II, and the result is nothing short of spectacular.