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Stories of lynchings are often glossed over in Texas history, and the brutal nature of the burnings that happened here are never discussed at all. I interview ER Bills about his book, "Black Holocaust: The Paris Horror and a Legacy of Texas Terror," that details the horrifying history of these burnings and why it is relevant today.…
 
Beneath an tiny, stone grave marker in a San Antonio cemetery, lies the remains of Beverly Hills socialite, Sandra West, a woman buried in her favorite lace nightgown at the wheel of her Ferrari...with the seat reclined to a comfortable position, of course. I tell her story and how her strange grave came to pass.…
 
Felix Longoria never knew the part he played in the civil rights movement. When his widow was denied access to the funeral home in Three Rivers because "the whites wouldn't like it," Dr. Hector P. Garcia intervened. With the help of LBJ, Longoria was buried in Arlington National Cemetery. But his story doesn't end there. Bitter racial tensions cont…
 
I interview Blane Conklin with the Round Rock Historical Preservation Commission. We talk about his role in getting the Tonkawa honored as an official Local Legend in the city of Round Rock after decades of sensationalized misinformation about Tonkawa cannibalism prevented acknowledgement of their rightful place in Texas history.…
 
For this episode, I interview Emily Collins with the Suzanna Dickinson Museum in Austin, Texas. We talk about Suzanna's place in Texas history as well as what you can learn by visiting her charming house in the middle of downtown Austin.Tales from the Moon Tower による
 
I interview Dale Flatt with Save Austin Cemeteries, a non-profit dedicated to preserving Austin's historical cemeteries and promoting their educational and cultural value. I also interview Jennifer Chenoweth, the Museum site coordinator for Oakwood Cemetery, Austin’s oldest historic cemetery. She shares current and future programming offered at Oak…
 
I interview Danelle Houck, Education Director of the Williamson Museum, to learn what we can expect on our ghost tour and paranormal investigation of the historical downtown square in Georgetown, Texas. Go to the website to get your tickets!Tales from the Moon Tower による
 
Guest, Dr. Christine Mann, talks about how Jessie Daniel Ames inspired herself and other Texas activists to engage and register voters, and to work on behalf of civil rights. Dr. Mann is a current candidate for Texas congressional district 31.Tales from the Moon Tower による
 
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