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The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

Author: Mike Rowe

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All good stories have a twist, and all great storytellers are just a little twisted. Join Mike Rowe for a different take on the people and events that you thought you knew -- from pop-culture to politics from Hollywood to History... The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe -- short mysteries for the curious mind with a short attention span.
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He was destined for greatness.  No one knew it but him.
Episode 143: Rude Awakenings

Episode 143: Rude Awakenings

2019-11-0500:13:3211

Some said he was cursed, others said he was blessed, but everyone agreed--he was the luckiest kraut in the navy.
It's All Hallow's Eve! So what better way to mark the occasion than with an episode of OCCASIONALLY. Mike pays homage to the macabre musings of the great Edgar Allan Poe by reciting perhaps his most famous story. Light a candle, pour a beverage, and let the Victorian goosebumps wash over you. Prepare yourself for the insidious beating of... The Tell Tale Heart
But for this woman... maybe a bit more.
This group gave us the most iconic sound of all time.
Who earned a funeral fit for a king.
A love story.  Sort of...
She simply had no choice.
Episode 136: A Boy And His Dog

Episode 136: A Boy And His Dog

2019-09-0300:07:5141

The skinny kid was so desperate that he was about to sell his best friend.
Denied his father's true last name for most of his life, James reclaimed it--in a monumental way.
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Comments (212)

Jeremy Medlock

Poe was a master of suspense and horror if read properly, Mike you've proved this fact now.

Nov 13th
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Karen Harkness

OMG you had me completely engrossed in this story. It is by far my favourite. You, sir, are a master wordsmith. We'll done!

Nov 10th
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Bg Stutes

begins at 4:18

Nov 7th
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Andrew Fain

That was absolutely amazing. you should do something like this more often.

Nov 1st
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Silver

That was an amazing rendition! I felt like I was really listening to the ramblings of the mad killer.

Nov 1st
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Scott Hall

great job Mike!! probably the best version I've heard✌

Oct 31st
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progunner1973

Spielberg? Come now Mike, he'd have never made that movie if not for the hard work of the great American historian and storyteller Stephen Ambrose.

Oct 26th
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Nathan Miller

The way Mike pronounces "Giancarlo" is adorable. Wrong, but adorable.

Oct 25th
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Lynn Hurley

Your insights have refreshing common sense, and your moral compass always points to True North.

Oct 23rd
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Robin Jellema

I used to peruse the thesaurus as a child. Words are fascinating.

Oct 19th
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Caleb Shuler Sr

Actors...money makes them think they're more than who they are. We shouldn't ever see them, except in their shows

Oct 15th
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Rodger Suprise

love the story's Mike. It sounds so much like Paul Harvey the rest of the story that I grew listening to thank you so much

Oct 13th
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Matthew Weitz

👍

Oct 1st
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Matthew Weitz

Good stuff

Oct 1st
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Mark Moll

I was not expecting that ending! Well done Mike!

Sep 28th
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Eddie Fackler

been waiting for this story for a very long time. THANK YOU!!!!

Sep 27th
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Betsy Hart

I could listen to you talk all day Mr. Rowe!

Sep 26th
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Jeff Culp

this man has a voice that could speak for to everyone. all I t like Paul harvy

Sep 25th
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Matthew Weitz

Love it!

Sep 24th
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Nita Clark Grattan

tricked me again...I was so picturing a different scenario...loved loved loved this one

Sep 18th
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