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Episode 131:
Lost Locusts

Published
Sep 11, 2018

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Music

  • The music on this one comes from High Aura’d, a project from my old friend, John Kolodij. The main drone piece is All the Spirits that Dance. The beginning and end were composed specifically for this episode.

Notes

  • I read a lot of articles from a lot of sources on this one, but the linchpin here is Jeffrey Lockwood’s book that, to my mind, convincingly solves the mystery of the vanishing locusts.

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5 Comments on Lost Locusts

  1. j schuh says:

    ugh, you ask for a survey during the aural assault that you created for this episode? Who thought that was a good idea?

  2. Jacob Gordillo says:

    You are a fucking genius. Your work consistently brings me to tears. Are there Oscars for podcasts? You deserve them all. Brilliant, brilliant, BRILLIANT!

  3. Kenneth McKlinski says:

    I just listened to The History Guy’s piece on the passenger pigeon on his youtube channel. It is fascinating to have experienced back to back reflections on how extensive the population of insects and animals were in North America before European settlement eliminated them. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8BPANZzsyU

  4. Peter McCumber says:

    I love this guys podcast but why the sound effect of the locust

  5. Catherine says:

    https://lithub.com/laura-ingalls-wilder-and-the-greatest-natural-disaster-in-american-history/

    This reminded me of Laura Ingalls account of this in the famous book On the Banks of Plum Creek. So wild.