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Born A Secret: Abandoned At Birth is A Foundling Podcast. You may be wondering what a foundling is. A foundling is an infant that was abandoned and was found and raised by someone else besides their mother or father. Each episode will cover a foundling's unique story. Of how they coped with life as a foundling and their pursuit to find out why their life started the way it did. The Born A Secret podcast hopes to inspire compassion among all sides of a search journey and to raise awareness fo ...
 
Explorers in a hot-air balloon land on an island, figuring that they must be the only inhabitants. However, they discover a bullet inside a wounded animal--one which must have been fired within the previous three months. The men propose to build a canoe so they can survey the island in search of other human life. Many adventures follow, one after another. They find a large chest filled with provisions and tools. Setting off in search of who might have left the chest, the travelers make their ...
 
As she walks up the aisle to her waiting husband, a young bride undergoes a sudden change of heart. She goes through the marriage ceremony in a daze, but refuses to talk to her new husband, a seafaring man. Her family is stunned and bewildered. After the ceremony, the bride stays shut in her bedroom. The bewildered groom departs in despair. The next day, the family receives news that the groom has been mortally injured in an accident. The bride rushes to his side on board a ship. When she en ...
 
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Your support makes the Born A Secret mission possible! As we are at the beginning of our mission, we need your help to grow into fruition! Your support will enable the podcast's progression of episode frequency, production quality, and audience growth. Sincerely, thank you for considering joining us in the mission to inspire compassion and raise aw…
 
Please go to www.bornasecret.com for more information about the podcast ways to contribute. Your support and contributions enable us to continue our mission to raise awareness for The Safe Haven Law and inspire compassion among all sides of a search journey.A Foundling Podcast による
 
The Sixteen Showings of Julian of Norwich https://vimeo.com/449378026 New proof of concept short https://vimeo.com/508480958 Rolling fund for Revelations of Divine Love https://fundraising.fracturedatlas.org/revelations-of-divine-loveabandonedfilms による
 
Racism, Riots, and Euclid Beach Park Urban theme parks were often shuttered in part due to racist discrimination. This episode of The Abandoned Carousel gives a broad overview of 20th century recreation riots and urban theme park closures, focusing on Euclid Beach Park in Cleveland OH as an example. Find complete show notes and references for this …
 
The First Ferris Wheel George Ferris is credited with the invention of the first Ferris wheel, star of the 1893 Columbian Exposition in Chicago, Ferris Wheel Park, and the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St. Louis. This is the history of that incredible invention. Find complete show notes and references for this episode at https://theabandone…
 
Carousel 15 Philadelphia Toboggan Company carousel #15 has been around for 113 years and counting. It's survived at least four parks, two fires, and two malls, and it's been on the National Register of Historic Places twice. Listen to the history of this plucky carousel that could. Find complete show notes and references for this episode at https:/…
 
Lucy Maud Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables, and Canadian World A fierce woman who made her own way in a time very different from today. Several fierce women, in fact. This is the incredibly interesting story of Lucy Maud Montgomery, her creation Anne of Green Gables, and the Anne-themed "Canadian World" in Hokkaido, Japan. Find complete show notes …
 
Royal Land (Meridian, MS) Today's story covers an amusement park mostly lost to time, except for its iconic castle-styled entrance gate. Royal Land operated for two years, but to talk about it, we've also got to cover the drive-in movie theater, Buckwalter Stadium and the Cotton States League, and of course, a train or two. Find complete show notes…
 
Dinosaur World, or John Agar's Land of Kong (Arkansas) Today a crumbling pile of concrete in rural Arkansas, this park was once a glimmering roadside haven for the family vacations of decades past. In today's episode, I get into the history of this beacon of a simpler time. On the way, I talk about a history of the US road systems, and the sculptin…
 
Wobbies World (Australia) At Wobbies World, there's lots to do... This week, the story of an oddball transportation-themed park in Australia. Super 80s, with plenty of vintage planes, helicopters, and trams. The park looked far more exciting than it ever was, and I'll get into it. You might even call it Pissweak World. Find complete show notes and …
 
A Town Called Santa Claus Season's Greetings! Why, we've got a topically related episode for you today! This is a good one, folks. This episode covers the towns called Santa Claus: Santa Claus, IN; Santa Claus, GA; and Santa Claus, AZ. There are a few important Santas, like Charles Howard and Jim Yellig; and a few other important people too. Oh, an…
 
Gaslight Village Gaslight Village was a shining gem in Lake George, NY, providing summer vacationers with "yesterday's fun today". Though the park was shuttered decades ago, it still holds the hearts and minds of those that knew it. Come find out what made Gaslight Village special in a wide landscape of theme parks. Find complete show notes and ref…
 
Disney's Discovery Island (Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida) This is the story of a place, abandoned in plain sight at Walt Disney World for over two decades. This is the story of Discovery Island. It had a long history before it became Disney property, hosting fruit farmers and hunting enthusiasts and tax delinquents. As part of WDW, the island…
 
Okpo Land Internet legend holds that this place is one of the scariest abandoned theme parks out there. The truth seems more prosaic, as always. A little bit history, a little bit horror. Find complete show notes and references for this episode at https://theabandonedcarousel.com/23. Social Mediahttp://www.theabandonedcarousel.comhello@theabandoned…
 
Takakonuma Greenland (高子沼グリーンランド) Takakonuma Greenland (高子沼グリーンランド) was a small local theme park in Japan. Now demolished, it is best known for its urban legends and ghost stories. In this Halloween-adjacent episode, I tell you the legends and then get to the truth of this popular park. Find complete show notes and references for this episode at ht…
 
The Floyd J. Moreland Dentzel/Looff Carousel The story of a century-old carousel that's survived multiple theme parks, multiple fires, and even a hurricane. You'll also hear about Burlington Island, Rancocas Lake Park, and Casino Pier. Yes, I also talk about the rollercoaster in the ocean. Find complete show notes and references for this episode at…
 
Recent live performance. Pretty much complete, with some clunks cleaned up here and there. Videos of excerpts here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ip2dUvDRLvY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pu4LDL42aq0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoY8xgGOYXUcasuallyabandoned による
 
Little Amerricka Born out of a miniature train hobby, Little Amerricka formed organically, like a theme park mushroom. Lee Merrick and Darryl Klompmaker collected rides from defunct amusement parks. They've carefully restored them in a cornfield in Wisconsin, between Madison and Milwaukee. Here you can find the last Chance Toboggan in operation (ye…
 
Dogpatch USA Dogpatch USA started out as a trout farm. Through an enterprising vision and a connection with the hugely popular Al Capp "Li'l Abner" comic strip, the park became successful for a time. Changing cultural interests, money troubles, and legal entanglements brought down Dogpatch, and continued on decades after the park was closed and aba…
 
C. P. Huntington Collis Potter Huntington was a railroad tycoon involved in the making of the Transcontinental Railroad. One of the engines on his line was named after him: C. P. Huntington. She operated in active train service from 1863 through about 1900, and then began a life on display that still continues in 2019. She's a relic from the Iron H…
 
Skinner's Wet 'n Wild (Manitoba) We're back to Canada for another waterpark this week. Enjoy the last days of summer - school is almost back in session (or maybe already in session where you are). Today, a short history of Skinner's Wet 'n Wild, a local waterpark up in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The park operated from 1984 through 2004, and sat abandoned,…
 
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