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The Podcast of Doom explores famous disasters and calamities throughout history.

During World War II, after delivering the world's first operational atomic bomb, the United States Navy Cruiser USS Indianapolis is sunk by a Japanese submarine in the middle of the western Pacific. More than 300 sailors drowned; but for the more than 880 survivors of the torpedoes, more horrors awaited.

Direct download: The_Sinking_of_the_USS_Indianapolis_Final.mp3
Category:Social and Culture -- posted at: 11:00pm PST
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A brief statement about the recent typhoon that hit the Phillipines.

Direct download: Commentary-Typhoon_Haiyan.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:58pm PST
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In turn-of-the-century India and Nepal, an injured Bengal tiger develops a taste for human flesh. During her rampage, she manages to kill over 400 people and strike terror into the hearts of the villagers in the region. She was the fiercest of many man-eating beasts prevalent in Northern India and Nepal during the late 19th and early 20th century.

Direct download: Man-eater_of_Champawat_Final.mp3
Category:Social and Culture -- posted at: 9:43pm PST
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The Rwandan Genocide of 1994, resulted in the largest loss of life in the shortest period of time. It is believed that more than 800,000 people died in less than 3 months in a violent struggle that pitted neighbor against neighbor and family member against family member.  Find out how this small sub-Saharan nation became a ticking time-bomb.

Direct download: Rwanda_11.04.13_Final.mp3
Category:Social and Culture -- posted at: 9:25pm PST
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