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Find out why it's all falling apart on the new Abandoned America podcast! Join host Matthew Christopher, author and photographer of the Abandoned America book series and website, and explore what incredible stories ruins have to tell, what mysteries they hold, and why they were left behind. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/abandonedamerica/support
 
This podcast tells the stories from all of the most interesting abandoned amusements and theme parks from around the world: the big (Six Flags New Orleans) and the small (Time Town) and everything in between. Every photo of an abandoned place you'll see out there has a story behind it, and I'm here to share those stories.
 
Born A Secret: Abandoned At Birth is A Foundling Podcast. You may be wondering what a foundling is. A foundling is an infant that was abandoned and was found and raised by someone else besides their mother or father. Each episode will cover a foundling's unique story. Of how they coped with life as a foundling and their pursuit to find out why their life started the way it did. The Born A Secret podcast hopes to inspire compassion among all sides of a search journey and to raise awareness fo ...
 
An enthralling locked room mystery, The Abandoned Room focuses on the mysterious circumstances under which Silas Blackburn has been murdered at The Cedars, an eerie and isolated country estate. The most obvious suspect to the murder is Bobby Blackburn, the victim’s grandson who seems to have the best motive for the murder, although he has no recollection of the fateful night. Furthermore, Camp integrates a vibrant array of characters, detailed description, supernatural occurrences, and a gen ...
 
As she walks up the aisle to her waiting husband, a young bride undergoes a sudden change of heart. She goes through the marriage ceremony in a daze, but refuses to talk to her new husband, a seafaring man. Her family is stunned and bewildered. After the ceremony, the bride stays shut in her bedroom. The bewildered groom departs in despair. The next day, the family receives news that the groom has been mortally injured in an accident. The bride rushes to his side on board a ship. When she en ...
 
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What can be said about Jimmy Ashhurst? Rock–n-roll troubadour? CHECK Bass player with creative wanderlustlust? CHECK Rock Star? CHECK Nice guy? CHECK Great storyteller? CHECK Musical Ambassador? CHECK Geopolitical operative? HUH? Jimmy returns to Abandoned Albums to chat up Izzy Stradlin and the Ju Ju Hounds. A record firmly embedded on Keith’s des…
 
In this episode we cover the demolition of Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament in West Philadelphia, a beautiful and historic church that could have easily been saved and repurposed but like so many others was torn down under questionable circumstances. We'll talk with Christopher Daniels, a teacher who found himself thrust into the role of a communi…
 
The Shootouts create “country music for people who don’t like country.” Keith, Geoff, and Rufus can confirm. They got a chance to chat about The Shootouts when lead singer, guitarist, and chief shooter Ryan Humbert stopped by Thunderlove Studio. The band didn’t expect to be back in the studio so soon after the release of their Top 10 Americana albu…
 
The Pauses released their first album, A Cautionary Tale, in 2011 through New Granada Records. The band recorded the album with producer J. Robbins of Jawbox fame in Baltimore, MD, at The Magpie Cage. Lead singer Tierney Tough stopped by Thunderlove Studios to chat with Geoff and Keith about The Pauses and take a deep dive into their second album -…
 
WELCOME TO SEASON 4 Comin in HOT!! Keith & Geoff sit down with Steve Brooks of both Torche and Floor. Torche was formed in 2004 and has released five full-length studio albums, four EPs, two split albums, and three singles.They released their fifth full-length studio album, Admission, on July 12, 2019.In May 2022, founding frontman Steve Brooks ann…
 
Today's episode is about an abandoned garden - but not just any garden, this one was created by America's first female landscape architect, Beatrix Farrand. Farrand is remarkable for many reasons - she designed the innovative and revolutionary landscapes for some of America's wealthiest families and most prominent universities and even landscaped t…
 
So, this is the last episode for our third season... and it's the final episode of 2022. We could think of no better way to go out than having our old friend Ronnie Barnett stop by and Geoff Calhoun pop 'round to discuss one of our all-time favorite bands - the MIGHTY VAN HALEN!! The question of what version of the band is better - the one with Dav…
 
One year ago, I hit “Publish Now” on the first episode of Abandoned Albums. I had no idea what I was doing. Fortunately, I learned rather quickly, and over the past year, the show has evolved into what it is now a pretty damn good podcast. Luckier still is that I didn’t do too much to this episode because it was still pretty damn good! The origin o…
 
In this episode we talk with Dr. Cristina Visperas about her new book "Skin Theory: Visual Culture and the Postwar Prison Laboratory", which explores the shocking past of the now-abandoned Holmesburg Prison in Philadelphia. For decades Dr. Albert Kligman conducted unethical and harrowing medical experiments on Holmesburg's inmates - in this episode…
 
Blinker the Star is Jordon Zadorozny, and Jordon Zadorozny is Blinker the Star. The Canadian solo artist has created eleven albums (both major label and indie) and worked with musicians as varied as Leland Sklar (bass player with the big bushy grey beard... you know him), Ken Andrews, and one of his childhood heroes, Lindsey Buckingham (a couple of…
 
On this episode of Abandoned Albums, Steve Isaacs stopped by Thunderlove Studios to chat about his career. Now Steve is one of those guys who generate positivity. After paying dues on the coffee house circuit in Los Angeles in the early 90s (that he helped create), he packed up and moved east to become a VJ at MTV right when grunge broke. From ther…
 
The documentation and exploration of ruins may have existed for centuries, but the history of the subject in the internet age is still a relatively short one. In the last episode we talked about the legacy of Ninjalicious, who helped turn people on to the subject, and in this episode we're going to take a look at the best known and most popular web…
 
Geoff Calhoun joins Keith as they talk with Matt Mahaffey, the frontman and visionary behind the band sElf... and so much more. Oh, trust us, you know Matt's work. Matt Mahaffey grew up in Kingsport, Tennessee, and started writing songs and playing the drums at age 4. He would often perform with his brother, Mike Mahaffey when they were growing up.…
 
"Urban Exploration" is a term used by many to describe trespassing, primarily in abandoned places, and over the last 20 years it has developed into its own counterculture and art genre. Today we'll talk about Jeff Chapman, also known as Ninjalicious. A Canadian who found his love for going into restricted areas during his struggle with a terminal i…
 
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Bill HIcks was an American stand-up comedian, social critic, satirist, and musician. His material—encompassing a wide range of social issues including religion, politics, and philosophy—was controversial and often steeped in dark comedy. At the age of 16, while still in high school, Hicks began performing at the Comedy Workshop in Houston, Texas. D…
 
Buffalo Tom is an American alternative rock band from Boston, Massachusetts, formed in 1986. Its principal members are guitarist Bill Janovitz, bassist Chris Colbourn, and drummer Tom Maginnis. Released on March 10, 1992, Let Me Come Over is the band's third album. Take your Xanax Gen X’ers; that makes the album 30 years old. We're fairly certain s…
 
WARNING: This episode mentions alcohol abuse, depression, and self-harm. This album is a long-time favorite around the offices. The Holy Bible (The Manic Street Preacher's third album, not necessarily the book) is caustic, relentless, and at times, verbally claustrophobic... and as it approaches 30 years of age, it's still one of music's most poten…
 
The Retail Apocalypse is upon us, or so we're told: the US has gone from 2,500 malls in the 1980s to about 700 today, and as anchors fold even more are expected to close in years to come. Today I'm joined by guest Alexandra Lange, architectural critic and author of the new book "Meet Me by the Fountain: An Inside History of the Mall", to discuss th…
 
After reading a profile of Richie Weeks in The New York Times, we thought: "if ever there was an artist that should be on the pod, it's this guy." In the spirit of transparency, Keith is a rock-n-roll guy, so dance music/disco isn't his jam. But he couldn't help but bop up and down and smile while listening to Richie's music. We're confident his mu…
 
Keith manning the keyboard here - On this episode of Abandoned Albums I sat down with singer/songwriter Chris Canterbury stopped by to chat about Quaalude Lullabies. This album is the first album in a very long time that made me stop and listen to the lyrics. There was a time when that would’ve been standard practice listening to new music, but now…
 
Brownsville, Pennsylvania used to be a prosperous town - what happened to turn it into a ghost town of dozens of rotting buildings that include the former train station, hotel, hospital, banks, churches, apartments and homes, and stores? The answer is a haunting mystery centering around how one man purchased scores of properties to build a dream, a…
 
Hailing from the great plains of Witchita, Kansas, The Embarrassment, like their contemporaries R.E.M., The Replacements, and Husker Du, helped blaze the trail for what would become college or alternative rock in the early to mid 1980s. Affectionately known as The Embos, their smart, catchy, and quirky songs were a ballast to the moodier sounds of …
 
As the principal songwriters and creative forces, Andy Chase and Adam Schlesinger brought a Lennon/McCartney aspect to their songwriting. This is to say that Andy’s view is a little left of center while Adam leans a little more commercial and when combined with Dominique Durand's voice, it’s astounding. The music of Ivy is the convergence of three …
 
Zero Boys frontman Paul Mahern drops by Thunderlove Studio to talk with the guys about the band’s album Vicious Circle… and Punk Rock. In addition to fronting what is arguably the seminal pop-punk band Zero Boys, Paul Mahern is a Grammy-Nominated producer/engineer and manned the boards behind several platinum albums. He’s worked with artists as var…
 
Irwin Chusid is to outsider music as Irving Azoff was to Atlantic Records. Here in Part Two, Irwin gives us the low-down on music rights. He goes into his involvement in a Lizzo song, a Lady Gaga song, and how that led to his involvement with Sun Ra. You don't NEED to listen to Part One to follow along here, but it is strongly encouraged. It provid…
 
Irwin Chusid is to outsider music as Irving Azoff was to Atlantic Records. This is to say that Chusid is the outsider music mogul. He's the guy behind the guy behind the artist… that you've probably never heard of. However, you're familiar with Chusid and some of the artist's work he champions. You may not know who Raymond Scott is, but if you're a…
 
Music Nerding 101 - the inaugural World Music Podcast Forum!! Keith and Rob host the inaugural World Music Podcast Forum with Steve J. from the All Music Books Podcast, Lance from Yesterday's Concert Podcast, and Steve E. from The Music Rewind Podcast. The five guys discuss some things podcasty and all things music - up to and including the perenni…
 
Singer/Songwriter, Troubadour, and Texas Guitar Slinger Gary Myrick drops by Thunderlove Studio to chat with Keith and Rob about the self-titled debut album by Havana 3am from 1991. Havana 3am took shape when singer Nigel Dixon (of rockabilly band Whirlwind), guitarist Gary Myrick and bassist Paul Simonon (of The Clash) went out riding their motorc…
 
Singer/songwriter Kim Fox popped around Thunderlove Studios to talk with Keith and Rob about her 1997 debut album Moon Hut. And what a great conversation they had! Kim takes the guys on her musical journey from college through today. Including her pivot from music to photography. They cover a lot of ground and her stories help paint a more textured…
 
Communication breakdown at HQ as Keith and Rob are sans guest this week. For reasons that remain murky, at best, Keith and Rob had to pull a rabbit out of their proverbial hat this week as the guest they had booked vanished. Authorities have been notified. Thinking on his feet EP Rufus Thunderlove proved his worth by deciding to pull in the Words a…
 
The Muffs bass player Ronnie Barnett joins Rob and Keith in Thunderlove Studio to chat about the bands 1995 album Blonder and Blonder. Along the way they talk about the history of the band as well as a bunch of other things - like a riveting story about Maurice White of Earth, Wind, and Fire. Information on Amyotrphic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).…
 
**BE AWARE** THIS PODCAST CONTAINS EXCITING NEWS! Singer/songwriter Deborah Holland stopped by Thunderlove Studios to chat with Keith and Rob about fronting the "supergroup" Animal Logic with jazz superstar Stanley Clarke and The Police drummer Stewart Copeland. Wake the kids, text the neighbors.על ידי Abandoned Albums Podcast
 
No one would ever say writer/musician/comedian/rockstar Dave Hill is lazy. Hill has done just about everything, including being the brainchild behind black metal icons Witch Taint. Witch Taint is fronted by Dave's alter ego, Lance from Gary, Indiana - the king of black metal. The band has been called “the most extreme black metal band of all time” …
 
Chernobyl and its neighboring city Pripyat are two of the most haunting abandoned places on earth - but what is it really like in the exclusion zone today? In this season finale we'll hear from Mykhailo "Misha" Teslenko, a Ukrainian guide who has spend years exploring the remains of the worst nuclear disaster ever. We'll talk about what the real ri…
 
One of the more controversial subjects in the exploration of abandoned buildings is whether or not to keep locations secret. Join host Matthew Christopher of Abandoned America, guest host Matt Lambros, creator of the After the Final Curtain podcast, book series, and website, and Drew Scavello, the photographer behind Truth and Destruction Photograp…
 
The Catskill Game Farm grew from one man's collection of animals into the largest privately owned zoo in the United States and an incredibly popular tourist attraction that hundreds of thousands of people visited over the course of several decades. In this episode of the Abandoned America podcast, we'll talk about how the Catskill Game Farm became …
 
The Catskills region of New York has had two different periods of incredible popularity among vacationers and two different periods of decline that saw many of its most popular resorts left in ruins. In this episode I'm joined by guest co-host Matt Lambros, creator of the After the Final Curtain podcast, website, and book series, and we'll explore …
 
The vacant Third Presbyterian Church in Chester, Pennsylvania was an endangered architectural treasure in a city that has already lost many. A team of dedicated preservationists were making strides toward rehabilitating it into a much-needed community art center, but a sudden and horrific turn of events resulted in the destruction of the church. Jo…
 
Aside from homes, abandoned churches may be the most prevalent type of abandoned building in the United States - but why is that? In this episode I'm joined by Matt Lambros, author/photographer of the After the Final Curtain book series, and we'll discuss why churches are closing in such staggering numbers. The answers may surprise you! We'll also …
 
Season Two is coming in hot! Keith and Rob get a visit from Mike Leonard, founder of Bleeding Hearts - the last band Replacement legend Bob Stinson was a member of. Leonard and Bar None Records dusted off the recordings and have released one fine dirty rock album, Riches to Rags (which kinda describes Bob Stinson's career arc). Mike sheds some insi…
 
In this episode I'm joined by my guest Matt Lambros, creator of the After the Final Curtain podcast and book series, and we'll discuss Danvers State Hospital, one of the most infamous of the abandoned American asylums. Starting with the fascinating history and lore surrounding the site and journeying to the hospital's closure and the impact that ha…
 
In part 2 of our exploration of America's abandoned asylums, I'll discuss what led to the closure of so many state hospitals across the United States. Why was such an expensive, ambitious system dismantled and why is the word "asylum" now associated with such stigma and sadness? Together with my guest Matt Lambros, creator of the After The Final Cu…
 
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