Rock & Roll’s Weird Lyrics, Poop Art, Hitler’s Toilet, and the Tale of Elvis’s Missing Underwear – all Now on Ripley Radio
In the July 1 Episode of Ripley Radio: Carl Wiser of songfacts.com shares a few weird and bizarre facts behind the lyrics of several rock songs; Intern Clara tells us about artwork on display at a London Museum – made from human feces; AOL’s Buck Wolf explains what he did when he discovered Adolf Hitler’s toilet in a New Jersey gas station; Marci Pikel introduces us to some weirdly-themed restaurants; The Great Throwdini, the world’s fastest knife thrower, appears in a celebrity Spot the Not! quiz; and Ripley’s archivist Edward Meyer reveals that the greatest theft ever at a Ripley’s Believe It or Not! odditorium – someone stole Elvis’s black underwear!
Ripley Radio – an On-Demand Oddcast
Ripley Radio is a journey through the weird, wacky, whimsical, wild, and totally unbelievable world of the odd, strange and unusual. Each show provides listeners with amazing and absolutely true tales of today as well as unbelievable facts culled from the extensive archives of the company that has been freaking out families for more than 90 years!
The show is an unpredictable and fun-filled show that proves beyond all dimensions that Ripley’s is indeed, the global authority on the weird, strange, bizarre and the UNBELIEVABLE!
You can enjoy Ripley Radio – An On-Demand Oddcast at the dedicated Ripley Radio website and in the Podcast section of iTunes.
About Ripley Radio
Ripley Radio is owned by Ripley Entertainment Inc., keepers of the venerable Ripley’s Believe It or Not! brand and is a global leader in location-based entertainment. More than 13 million guests visit its 80-plus world-wide attractions annually. The Orlando-based company also has divisions that oversee publishing, licensing and broadcast operations. Ripley Entertainment is a Jim Pattison Company, the third-largest privately held company in Canada.
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