April 14, 2022

Episode 79 - Death by What? Three Deaths Caused by Unusual Circumstances

Episode 79 - Death by What? Three Deaths Caused by Unusual Circumstances

What do a toothpick, a  scarf and a banana peel have in common? This might sound like the beginning to a bad joke, but in this episode Jennie and Dianne share the stories of three artists who died under unusual circumstances. You will be introduced to writer and poet Sherwood Anderson, the mother of modern dance, Isadora Duncan, and Roland Reed whose photography helped the world to better understand the indigenous peoples of the American plains and the Southwest. All three lived adventurous lives and all three died Ordinary Extraordinary Deaths.

Resources used to edit this episode include:
*(We don't often use Wikipedia for research, however in this case, Wikipedia articles cross referenced with other sources helped to create a more complete picture of each person featured in this episode.)
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