Bonus Podcast Episodes

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From time to time, we release short bonus episodes. When you subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, or wherever else you like, the bonus episodes show up during the week like a fun surprise. We’re also collecting them here where you can stream them or see links or images we mention during the bonus show. The newest one is always first!

Fallout In China

After Rebecca told the story of the USA’s most famous fallout shelter, Caitlin wanted to dig up what these shelters looked like on her side of the world. This bonus episode tells you about what fallout shelters are like in Shanghai and a particular fascinating one in Beijing that’s basically the size of a city.

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Droppin’ On New Year’s Eve

This bonus episode provides you with the history behind the New Years Day Gibson guitar drop on Beale Street in Memphis, TN… and a listing of a few other drops in the USA.

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Ice Skating at the Mall

This bonus episode features a listener who called and left a voicemail at Speakpipe about her time as a figure skater at the Mall of Memphis.

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Riding Elephants

This bonus episode features a listener who called and left a voicemail at Speakpipe all about her favorite Memphis mall memory.

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Goats on Parade

This bonus episode tells the story of the day a Silk O’Sullivan’s goat joined a parade.

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Runaway Goats

This bonus episode tells the story behind the day the Silky O’Sullivan’s goats ran away.

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Caitlin L. Horton

Author of Memphis Type History & Brand Strategist at Caitlin L. Horton Brand Strategy
Partner-in-crime for entrepreneurs and community builders getting their message out with thoughtful design and marketing.

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