Jefferson Davis was the president of the Confederate states of America. On top of a hectic political career, his personal life was filled with tragedy. He died in failure and disgrace. This is the story of how it happened.


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Solzhenitsyn was a devout communist. Until he saw what happened in the gulag firsthand . After that, he spent his life exposing the truth about the Soviet Union.


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Joseph Stalin was the dictator of the Soviet Union. A lifelong Marxist, he worked tirelessly to create global communism. Instead, he murdered over a hundred million innocent human beings. This Biocast episode explains why.


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Mystery. Horror. Tragedy. All came to life when Edgar Allan Poe put a pen to paper. Discover the somber story behind one of the greatest horror writers of all time.


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Napoleon Bonaparte is a legendary military figure. He played a key role during the French Revolution & sparked the Napoleonic wars. France has never been the same. Discover the life behind one of history's most powerful dictators.


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January 21, 2019

The Life of Adolf Hitler

Adolf Hitler was the dictator of Nazi Germany during WWII. He is one of the most infamous political leaders in world history. This episode explores his childhood, personality, and what drove him to create the Third Reich.

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September 12, 2018

The Life of Nostradamus

Nostradamus is one of the most mysterious men to have ever lived. His predictions are what made him famous, but what about his life story? In this episode of Biocast, we will be diving into the life behind the ominous future seer who predicted the death of Kings.

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August 13, 2018

The Life of Joseph Goebbels

Joseph Goebbels was the infamous minister of propaganda in the Third Reich. His life story contains many valuable lessons, especially given the modern political situation.


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Today on Biocast, we take a look at the dark upbringing of enigmatic horror writer H. P. Lovecraft. Years after his death, he developed a cult following for his mysterious stories. Nearly a century later, his work is still celebrated as some of the greatest literature in horror.

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