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“Unbound: A Collection of Indiana Stories” Season 2 Premiere

March 29, 2024

What do Elvis, gravestones, Frank Dudley, and basketball have in common? Well, they all helped to shape pieces of Indiana history. And they all are explored in the Indiana Historical Society’s podcast Unbound: A Collection of Indiana Stories. If you have been listening, then you know that we have covered all these topics and more.

Unbound explores and retells the stories of the past which have been told through our publications, Traces of Midwestern and Indiana History and The Hoosier Genealogist, as well as our blogs, exhibits, and collections. I along with my co-host Regan will walk you through two stories every other week, providing our insight and commentary. We wanted to create a casual and entertaining listening experience so that you, our audience, don’t feel like you need to be an expert to listen and can still learn something new if you are familiar with the story.

As of now you can listen to our entire first season with topics covering everything including the Indiana Dunes to Elvis’ last concert. Regan and I have had so much fun exploring Indiana’s history and creating this series for you, and that has continued into our development of the second season. Season two covers an even wider array of subjects throughout state history like music legend Phil Harris and the state’s complicated history with gambling.  For those who have already started listening to the pod, thank you so much; we do it for you and couldn’t do it without your support. If this is your first time hearing about this podcast, then I hope you join us for this exciting and at times unexpected journey through Indiana’s history. You can stream all of season one now wherever podcasts can be found and check out the premiere of season two today, March 28, 2024!

Casey Terry Casey Terry is a Manager of Engagement at the Indiana Historical Society. He has used comic books to study history, loves the Peanuts Gang, and has turned talking into part of his job.

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