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Demystified | All That Glitters (Part 2)
If it’s a historical mystery, it’s going under the microscope.
Ashleigh Stiles
Published 15 April 2020
Demystified by Ashleigh Stiles

Ghost ships, lost cities, unsolved crimes and mysteries, ancient mythology, dissapeared explorers - if it’s a historical mystery, it’s going under the microscope.

History has always been fascinating, but more fascinating than what we know is what we don’t; in this podcast Ashleigh Stiles looks into famous and obscure episodes of folklore, unexplained circumstances, and unsolved mysteries from around the world and throughout time.

Taking a modern lens to these ancient puzzles, she uses all the evidence and findings to try and piece together what really happened, or as close a picture as we can get, to both entertain the listener, and inspire interest in these lesser-known chapters of the human experience. So sit back and listen along, and join us in pondering the great unsolved questions of history.


Welcome to part two of the two-parter...

Last week we explored what happens when a gold rush gets out of hand. But most people forget there was another place famous for it’s gold rushes, one whose cultural history was just as shaped by outlaws and mining towns.

This time, we go to the other great frontier, where it rains on the rock and there’s golden soil in a red centre. You’d better run, you’d better take cover.

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