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If Katie and Sarah could bring one holiday back to modern culture, it would be Saturnalia. Learn more in "What was Saturnalia?"
In 1928 Henry Ford built a city named Fordlandia in Brazil, with plans to create his own tires and other automobile components. Learn more in "Why did Henry Ford build a city in the Amazon?"
Before Emperor Norton I appointed himself Emperor of the United States in 1859, he was a businessman named Joshua Abraham Norton.
Elizabeth I never married and was hailed as the Virgin Queen by her admirers. Learn more in "The Virgin Queen's Great Love."
Katie and Sarah started their podcast partnership with "How the Sacco and Vanzetti Trial Worked". They discussed how the Italian-born anarchists didn't receive a fair trial because of their political views and foreign birth.
Edward VIII voluntarily abdicated the throne in 1936. He did this so that he would be able to marry an American socialite named Wallis Simpson. Learn more in "Wallis Simpson and the Abdication Crisis."
In 1919, a massive molasses spill in Boston killed 21 people and injured more than a hundred others when a storage container burst. Learn more in "How the Boston Molasses Flood Worked."
Both Ludwig II, the "Mad King," and newspaper tycoon William Randolph Hearst built opulent castles. Learn more in "Mad King Ludwig Dines Alone" and "How the Hearst Castle Works."
Before Stuff You Missed in History Class had its current name, it was known as Fact or Fiction.
In addition to being an incredibly unpopular criminal, John Billington is also known as "America's First Murderer." Learn more in "Who was America's first murderer?"
According to a long-standing -- and incorrect -- historical rumor, Nero played a fiddle as Rome went down in flames. Learn more in "Did Nero really play the fiddle while Rome burned?"
In addition to being the daughter of Lord Byron, Ada Lovelace was one of the earliest pioneers of computer programming. Learn more in "Who was the Enchantress of Numbers?"
When Stuff You Missed in History Class began in 2008, it was hosted by Candace Keener and Josh Clark.