A TROUBLING AFTERMATH OF THE LYNCHING OF JOSEPH LYTLE

Sun Jul 23 2017 (09:10)


The tragic impact of the lynching of Joseph Lytle on his sister-in-law, Martha Lytle.



HISTORICAL REFERENCE:


Driven Crazy By The Action Of The Findlay Mob, Cleveland Plain Dealer, May 17, 1892.



GUEST VOICES:


Newspaper Reporter: Steven Cardinal of Aural Traditions podcast.


Listener Warning: Ali McLennan of In Sight podcast.


Host Intro & Extro Aphorism: Annabelle D-C of AnabelleAudios



EPISODE MUSIC:


Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech.com

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The following pieces of music by Kevin MacLeod were used - in whole, or in part - within this episode: 


At Rest


Comfortable Mystery


Dark Walk 


Dream Culture


I Knew a Guy


Not As It Seems


EXTRO APHORISM:


Source: The Napoleon of Notting Hill by G.K. Chesterton (1904).


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