Doomtown. Ah, my home address. This time, we look at the rise and fall of civil defense in the United States, with all of the virtual nuclear wars at ...View Details

In Part 1 of this series, the Vault looks at early attempts by the U.S. federal government to save itself in the face of nuclear war. What started out...View Details

In this episode we discover Moscow’s “Summer of Love” of 1957, when Khrushchev, 30 years ahead of his time, attempted a social and cultural “opening.”...View Details

On this current events episode, we look at all of the ins, outs, ups, and downs of the Korean Balloon Crisis of June 2020 and speculate about the pote...View Details

When the Soviet ambassador started looking for a new embassy, he couldn't have known it would take decades. This episode looks at the various games ea...View Details

A current events episode. How does a global crisis reveal even more clearly the new Cold War with Communist China? Let's explore it together, shall we...View Details

Not Quite "Science and the CIA," but definitely a sequel to those last couple of episodes, this show deals with a subproject of MKULTRA called "Magic ...View Details

In this very special episode, we'll look at the very real world examples of times that biological weapons have slipped the grip of their government ha...View Details

This episode delves into the origin and realities of the sometimes mundane (and sometimes insane) world of MKULTRA and particularly its most lurid epi...View Details

In 1953, a CIA experiment with LSD triggered deep depression in a Department of Defense biochemist. Dr. Frank Olson committed suicide - or was murdere...View Details

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