Mysterious Chicago: History at Its Coolest Audiobook, by Adam Selzer Play Audiobook Sample

Mysterious Chicago: History at Its Coolest Audiobook

Mysterious Chicago: History at Its Coolest Audiobook, by Adam Selzer Play Audiobook Sample
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Read By: Todd McLaren Publisher: Tantor Audio Listen Time: at 1.0x Speed 5.83 hours at 1.5x Speed 4.38 hours at 2.0x Speed Release Date: November 2022 Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download ISBN: 9798765089804

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Longest Chapter Length:

18:59 minutes

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04:36 minutes

Average Chapter Length:

12:02 minutes

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Publisher Description

A historian shares strange-but-true stories of the city and its unsolved mysteries, from the nineteenth century to today.

From Chicago historian Adam Selzer, expert on all of the Windy City's quirks and oddities, comes a compelling anthology of forty unsolved mysteries from the 1800s to the modern day. Among many other topics, he explores what really started the great Chicago fire; who was the first "automobile murderer;" the identity of the Tylenol killer; and whether there was actually a vampire slaying at Rosehill Cemetery.

The result is both a colorful listen separating true crime from urban legend and an offbeat historical tour of this Midwestern metropolis, from the person behind the Mysterious Chicago blog, podcasts, and tours.

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About Todd McLaren

Todd McLaren, an Earphones Award–winning narrator, was involved in radio for more than twenty years in cities on both coasts, including Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. He left broadcasting for a full-time career in voice acting, where he has been heard on more than five thousand television and radio commercials, as well as television promos; narrations for documentaries on such networks as A&E, Discovery, and the History Channel; and films, including Who Framed Roger Rabbit?