The History Guy Podcast: Historic Cryptids

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On this episode of the History Guy Podcast, The History Guy discusses two historical cryptids. First is the mysterious and deadly Beast of Gevaudan, which terrorized the French countryside in the 1760s. Also discussed is Washington's Eagle, an unproven species of sea eagle first described by famous ornithologist John James Audubon.
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  • The History Guy podcasts are released every other week, and are available wherever podcasts are found. Due to listeners’ requests, episodes are posted on MNthe with an approximately on month delay.

    The History Guy: History Deserves to Be RememberedThe History Guy: History Deserves to Be RememberedСарын өмнө
    • Ignore Brad, I love getting these to listen to and I have no interest in any other podcast or app/service

      yeahitskimmelyeahitskimmelСарын өмнө
    • @Stephens Butt we may do ab episode or two on historical sightings.

      The History Guy: History Deserves to Be RememberedThe History Guy: History Deserves to Be RememberedСарын өмнө
    • @Brad Ander What's wrong with bringing podcasts available also to the MNthe audience? Not all of the MNthe audience even have podcast apps so I think it's just adding even more value to the channel, and as THG already replied, the video content isn't replaced by the podcasts, it's an addition to if - so something to be happy about!

      yaragiyaragiСарын өмнө
    • Sometimes "10 minutes of history" just isnt enough. These podcasts are great!

      Explore! UndergroundExplore! UndergroundСарын өмнө
    • I've seen a few large creatures covered in fur at a nearby lake. I absolutely believe there are northern nomadic apes that have not been studied nor validated by government. If I hadn't seen 'em for myself with a friend then I would have thought it was nothing. That being said these creatures were higher than the grass line and once they saw me along the trail, they ran so fast I thought it was people on bikes but they were absolutely on their feet. At first I thought it was a group of people doing sketchy stuff along the trail but once they moved I knew they weren't human. And we don't get bears this close to the equator.

      Private EmailPrivate EmailСарын өмнө
  • You should do another cyrtid themed episode, it was great! Perhaps on the Jersey Devil in American folklore, or the Native American tales of sasquatch, or perhaps the Scottish legends of the Loch Ness monster! :)

    Five Bros Stop MosFive Bros Stop Mos5 өдрийн өмнө
  • Maybe this was the thunder bird of Indian Laure

    Lorraine J HobertLorraine J Hobert7 өдрийн өмнө
  • more fun to see you telling it!

    tonytony13 өдрийн өмнө
  • Two great tales, and examples of exteneded history that must be considered.

    Frank GullaFrank Gulla16 өдрийн өмнө
  • Blogs, podcasts are fine, but video record the presentation too. That is the draw of the History Guy. We enjoy the bow-tie. CBC Radio for example broadcasts its shows on audio, but many are also video taped. It's much more fun to watch and listen.

    Trucker Daddy - AKA John in QuébecTrucker Daddy - AKA John in Québec19 өдрийн өмнө
  • I've watched your videos for a while now (yours is one of the first channels to which I subscribed), but I've only recently stumbled onto your MNthe podcast posts. I just wanted to drop you a message to say that I really enjoy them. Yes, it's nice to have visuals when you have the luxury of devoting your full attention to a MNthe vid, but I love that your podcasts contain information and details that I can still find fascinating as a backdrop to more mundane activities. Not to provide too much information of my own, but I can tell you it's far more educational and enlightening to clean my cats' litter boxes if I'm being distracted by historical tidbits. Thanks so much!

    Bean's FriendBean's Friend22 өдрийн өмнө
  • I'm a little bit confused about these presentations called podcasts buy the history guy and his son. Are we to expect replays of videos punctuated by a few minutes of discussion and commercial presentations for various so-called sponsors? If the latter, then the new material it's not worth the time and energy it takes to endure the commercials as well as the replays.

    NatewatlNatewatl23 өдрийн өмнө
  • My favorite story about the "Beast" is that it was a hyena (or Hyenas), trained to attack by the guy who killed it. I have no proof but it would explain a few things about the sketches, coloring and descriptions both of the animal and the wounds produced. I don't have any idea why the guy would want those people dead, but some victims may have been accidents or intended to throw off those who would have investigated. Audubon collected many of his subjects with a shotgun, sad but ironic to think he may have collected the last female of the species in his endeavor to immortalize it.

    Patricia staufferPatricia stauffer24 өдрийн өмнө
  • Love it! Second generation. Keep up the good work. Dad must be very proud. ❤️ from 🇨🇦

    Joan MayerJoan Mayer25 өдрийн өмнө
  • Can someone point me to where I can find episode 1? I can't find it on my podcast App

    ElmerstuddElmerstudd28 өдрийн өмнө
    • @The History Guy: History Deserves to Be Remembered thank you so much guys!

      ElmerstuddElmerstudd26 өдрийн өмнө
    • All episodes are posted on our website:

      The History Guy: History Deserves to Be RememberedThe History Guy: History Deserves to Be Remembered26 өдрийн өмнө
  • Thank you, Lance and Josh! Interesting history each! Your audio is much better as well.💜

    Trish the homesteaderTrish the homesteader29 өдрийн өмнө
  • You could make this another channel

    Cornbreadfed KirkpatrickCornbreadfed Kirkpatrick29 өдрийн өмнө
  • The R O C is a Pre Arabic tale of a huge black bird known to carry off ships as well as several sailors in the Middle East and the Medittearan

    Cornbreadfed KirkpatrickCornbreadfed Kirkpatrick29 өдрийн өмнө
  • I'm getting used to this

    Cornbreadfed KirkpatrickCornbreadfed Kirkpatrick29 өдрийн өмнө
  • It's great to learn more about THG! I was torn between a minor in psychology and anthropology in college, and while I decided psychology would suit my needs better, I still took enough anthropology courses that I could have had a double minor. History is another facet of my curiosity so this channel feeds me well.

    Wendy ChavezWendy Chavez29 өдрийн өмнө
  • A dire wolf sport (genetic throwback)?

    tom boydtom boyd29 өдрийн өмнө
  • The Beast was probably a stranded Kzin.

    Rich BarrRich Barr29 өдрийн өмнө
  • Washington’s eagle make me think of the thunder bird. Native American’s stories tell of a massive bird of prey that would soar on the thermals around storm clouds. It is contended that this was a real bird that has since disappeared. Why can’t they be the same type of raptor? Was far as it’s diet and hunting style, we have seen other species adapt to their present local. Think brown bears in Alaska vs Wyoming. I think it’s possible.

    Katmandu DawnKatmandu DawnСарын өмнө
  • Some things never change. If it bleeds, it leads.

    J. MearaJ. MearaСарын өмнө
  • Some things never change. If it bleeds, it leads.

    J. MearaJ. MearaСарын өмнө
  • I'm disappointed that this isn't a video. "Podcasts" just aren't for me. MNthe is a visual media. I'll never get the whole "radio on the computer screen" thing.

    JBJBСарын өмнө
  • Oh lord, Audubon shot the last one.

    KGatLCKGatLCСарын өмнө
  • Fact or fiction behind native american legands of big foot. Vers modern over embellishments

    Lawrence FergusonLawrence FergusonСарын өмнө
  • The beast is a dogman. The eagle is a variant of an Andean condor.

    swedishmanguyswedishmanguyСарын өмнө
  • Fail.

    SailorSailorСарын өмнө
  • Could have been a lion or bear escaped from someone's menagerie.

    rutabagasteurutabagasteuСарын өмнө
  • Washington Eagle didn't exist, they would have found remains of that species if it had existed.

    JohnyG29JohnyG29Сарын өмнө
  • I love your channel! I listen to your videos on my daily commute. I know of to pieces of forgotten history that might make for good topics: the Melbourne-Evans collision on June 3, 1969, and the January 7, 1953 crash of a C-46 Commando in Southeast Idaho.

    Nathan McLemoreNathan McLemoreСарын өмнө
  • If it bleeds it leads what has changed?

    Ken MartinKen MartinСарын өмнө
  • Excellent! Far better than "Yet Another War Episode."

    geonerdgeonerdСарын өмнө
  • Big fan. Audio seems kinda tinny vs the normal youtube vids. Am I wrong?

    MAGA MexicanMAGA MexicanСарын өмнө
  • I wonder if it was a rabies outbreak among the area wolf packs at the time?

    DawnStormDawnStormСарын өмнө
  • You've come a long way ,baby

    Hugh G RectionHugh G RectionСарын өмнө
  • it was real because Washington couldn't tell a lie. remember the cherry tree that is real history

    Franky FlowersFranky FlowersСарын өмнө
  • i found a giant bug floating in a swimming pool it was over a foot long and looked like a mix between a dragonfly and a scorpion. i wish i would have frozen it because i have never been able to identify it

    Franky FlowersFranky FlowersСарын өмнө
    • @Edward H i found it. it was a dobson fly with pincers. it was giant. thanks

      Franky FlowersFranky FlowersСарын өмнө
    • Try looking up American Pelecind or maybe Megarhyssa macrurus or anything in that family of insects.

      Edward HEdward HСарын өмнө
  • Took till the 23:00 mark: pirates.

    Constance MillerConstance MillerСарын өмнө
  • You should to the Tsavo Lions

    Big DaddyBig DaddyСарын өмнө
  • If it was in fact a lion, it reminded me of The Ghost and the Darkness. A true story played out in a great movie of the same name. What is striking is, the 2 lions were a breed of African lion that don't grow manes like a traditional African lion we're all familliar with. The 2 lions are in the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago and were dispatched by Lieutenant-colonel John Patterson.

    Charles RobertCharles RobertСарын өмнө
  • Why old men collect stamps

    James HammonsJames HammonsСарын өмнө
  • I loved this! Always been a fan of the history guy and a longer fan of cryptids!

    Patrick WhitePatrick WhiteСарын өмнө
  • That a single flock could take three days to pass overhead is utterly astonishing. I can't imagine what that would have been like. It's shameful that we have killed so many species of animals off.

    Lisa HintonLisa HintonСарын өмнө
  • I don’t like that in the pod days, you are speeding up your father’s delivery! I like listening to the your father’s normal cadence, which gives you time to think about what is saying (think of the masterful use of cadence and pregnant pauses unemployed by the Iconic Paul Harvey! And now, the rest of the story! Also dump thx stupid audio filters. podcasts have the same full bandwidth and dynamic range of an MP3. What you are doing to the audio is quite annoying. I’m am talking about what you are doing here and on The Apple a podcast app. Fix it or I will unsubscribe.

    Ronald LeckforRonald LeckforСарын өмнө
  • big percentage of down votes; what's with that? (2% downvotes compared to up votes is to be expected, is my estimated observation)

    Syncerus Caffer CafferSyncerus Caffer CafferСарын өмнө
    • People unhappy about the lack of pictures?

      jlillerjlillerСарын өмнө
  • Such a great storyteller that one easily imagines what he describes. Reminds me of my great grandfather from Bohemia. Utterly spellbinding.

    Mr EdMr EdСарын өмнө
  • Gevauden beast could have been a maneless male lion similar to the lions of Tsavo in the fields museum in Chicago . Or a lioness. However wolves can also grow to an astounding size. One shot last year near Duck Lake SK was 6’ long snout to arse not including the tail.

    Peter WrightPeter WrightСарын өмнө
  • The lion need not have been a juvenile. The lions of Tsavo do not develop the huge shaggy mains like other lions. Their mains are small and appear to be a ridge of short stiff hairs starting at the top of the head and going down the back of the neck.

    Lurker1954Lurker1954Сарын өмнө
    • The American Lion had no mane it was slick other big cats built like a Jaguar I think hunted during the day there was a book called America before Columbus that listed animals that were here before humans it goes through the ages it was awesome that was here before us.

      Cornbreadfed KirkpatrickCornbreadfed Kirkpatrick29 өдрийн өмнө
  • Just a friendly FYI, its pronounced "newfinland" :)

    MrLoobuMrLoobuСарын өмнө
  • How could it be a "good story"? I don't recall any mention of pirates. And "don't all good stories involve pirates"? LOL

    tenhirankeitenhirankeiСарын өмнө
    • Second story is the son of a pirate ;-)

      David CarrollDavid Carroll26 өдрийн өмнө
  • Could the Washington's Eagle been a very large Stellar's Sea Eagle that had been blown out of its original territory? 3 1/2 foot tall and 10 foot wingspan is a Stellar's Sea Eagle.

    Corey SCorey SСарын өмнө
  • Could Washington's Eagle been some sort of Auk? There were many different types of Auks in various sizes, some very large, in America up until the early 19th Century. They weren't just on seaside cliffs. They were on cliffs along great rivers as well. I've read 18th & early 19th Century references to Auks along the Tennessee River, where they were called "Water Pigeons".

    SparkySparkyСарын өмнө
  • 73rd

    Merlin WizardMerlin WizardСарын өмнө
  • Please tell the story of "Utah Prisoner of War Massacre" AKA Midnight Massacre. See These 9 german POWs deserve to be remembered.

    Wayne KartchnerWayne KartchnerСарын өмнө
    • do the germans even honor their own ww2 veterans?

      Franky FlowersFranky FlowersСарын өмнө
  • "News sells the paper. And the paper will tend to make the news that sells the paper." Well said!

    freesk8freesk8Сарын өмнө
    • @freesk8 Wm Randolph Hearst

      Cornbreadfed KirkpatrickCornbreadfed Kirkpatrick29 өдрийн өмнө
    • @Cornbreadfed Kirkpatrick Whom do you mean by "he?"

      freesk8freesk829 өдрийн өмнө
    • don't forget he was good at yellow journalism as well

      Cornbreadfed KirkpatrickCornbreadfed Kirkpatrick29 өдрийн өмнө
    • The Hurst propaganda machine had a Cryptid story about flesh eating trees I think somewhere in Mexico or South America...crazy half remembered thoughts, sorry.

      The Unknown GamerThe Unknown GamerСарын өмнө
  • Chupacabra on steroids.

    IDNHANTU2dayIDNHANTU2dayСарын өмнө
  • I personally have my doubts of The Beast being a lion, lions are pretty big animals & you would think it would take larger prey & adults more often like the Man Eaters of Tsavo. Not to mention, how would a lion that was raised in captivity non the less be so skilled at evading humans? Not to mention, there has been documents of the beasts kills & they do match a wolf/canid kill pattern with half the body being eaten & when the kill was disturbed by humans the beast did not return to the kill. This pattern does match up surprisingly well with recent man-eating wolf attack patterns down in India.

    TheOutrageousOrangeApe 101TheOutrageousOrangeApe 101Сарын өмнө
  • I could totally enjoy the Son of History if the History Torch were passed on!

    MeeoowwzerMeeoowwzerСарын өмнө
  • I'm pretty sure that, at least 2 decades ago, the Beast of Gevaudan was identified or revealed to have been some exotic animal that escaped (or was maliciously set loose) from a nobleman's "menagerie" which - if you remember any European history at all - you know were more common than modern zoos. I recall a fictionalized film being made about it as well as a group of documentaries on the History Channel, Animal Planet, and The Discovery Channel all at once. The "cryptid" story pretty much surfaced and got debunked in the same month if not the same week, because any modern child in any 1st World Country will readily identify the African Hyena from the presented descriptions and drawings. A little research will turn up the matching hunting behavior. As for Audubon's Washington Eagle... it's utterly ridiculous to question the veracity of any of Audubon's claims, especially just 1 out of over 25 fully/continually confirmed species identifications. This entry even mentions the fact that at least 2 separate specimens were killed, stuffed, and shipped to separate museums in both the USA and the UK, and by persons other than Audubon himself, before being lost to private collections and/or museum fires. The glaring reality is that the description (uniform brown-to-black coloring) and the measurements (3-4 foot body length, 10 foot wingspan) match the juvenile American Condor perfectly. I'm not a historian or an ornithologist, but I did a quick web-search for "Audubon's Washington Eagle" and found the measurements and descriptions and immediately thought "Condor" and then confirmed that with a second web search. I really don't get this new "History Guy" format. I think I've seen dozens of this guy's videos. I'm accustomed to the old guy in the interesting room, talking to the camera, with images and historical video clips interspersed into the main entry. This new narrator (who is allegedly History Guy's son) has a whiney voice that just annoys me. I spent a lot of time jumping around the video track, trying to get the fingernails on the chalkboard out of my head. I really don't get this new "History Guy" story style either. Cryptids. SERIOUSLY? Not very well researched cryptid tales either. This entry is more appropriate for "Creepy Pasta" than "The History Guy." I'm turning off notifications.

    baudgaudbaudgaudСарын өмнө
  • thanks

    Marsh Oak Dojo - Tim PruittMarsh Oak Dojo - Tim PruittСарын өмнө
  • I had always read that there is no documented instance of wolves attacking humans. Many thought to be, but never subsequently proved. But may have that wrong, but wolves always got a bad reputation. Like my dog - a Siberian Husky, which despite reputation, is completely harmless.

    DrivermanODrivermanOСарын өмнө
  • The beast was likely a lion

    Oldjohn52Oldjohn52Сарын өмнө
  • George Washington's Eagle makes me think of map makers creating a fictional town as trademark protection.

    sis knothinbutruthsis knothinbutruthСарын өмнө
  • Maybe it was an escaped hyena?

    Jon LanphierJon LanphierСарын өмнө
  • 👍👍👍💙💙💙💙💙💙

    X VSJX VSJСарын өмнө
  • For the eagle, I'm thinking maybe a Condor. They could have been around but as Europeans pushed westward they were pushed to the west coast, and natives would not be believed about a large bird, where today they still exist but only in areas really hostile to humans. He could have seen a very large bird and thought it was an "Eagle" since it wouldn't have been classified yet and an 'eagle' was known as a large bird.

    bitsnpieces11bitsnpieces11Сарын өмнө
    • @The History Guy: History Deserves to Be RememberedMy thoughts also, a fairly wild possibility. I think he would recognize a Condor also, but, others might just see a big bird and think eagle. So it's just a remote chance which would need more research and thought. However, it is tempting to think it was a really large eagle since we are discovering new things all the time.

      bitsnpieces11bitsnpieces11Сарын өмнө
    • I don’t know how likely a condor east of the Mississippi would be, but I am confident that John James Audubon would have known it wasn’t an eagle.

      The History Guy: History Deserves to Be RememberedThe History Guy: History Deserves to Be RememberedСарын өмнө
  • This will be good

    B-radB-radСарын өмнө
    • Duh It's the history Guy & son

      Cornbreadfed KirkpatrickCornbreadfed Kirkpatrick29 өдрийн өмнө
  • Sounds like a mange-y bear!

    StarlightEaterStarlightEaterСарын өмнө
  • I am in the live chatrooms of most the crypted channels on MNthe all the time. See you there.

    Jordan CoggburnJordan CoggburnСарын өмнө
    • Riddle me this...A Cryptid is Bigfoot? Only tales over 100 years old describing unknown/unusual animals describe a Cryptid? Not trying to be a skeptic, just tied to what I am not finding or reading about Cryptids OTHER THAN Bigfoot. The university and biology sites do not respond when trying to report findings of lizards with a shell, fresh water Jellyfish, three inch long blue Termites.

      The Unknown GamerThe Unknown GamerСарын өмнө
  • The even more spectacular Haast’s eagle has been proven to have existed, so hopefully someone rediscovers a collected sample mis-catalogued in a museum.

    robert patrickrobert patrickСарын өмнө
    • What about the ancestor to the condor that was huge.

      Cornbreadfed KirkpatrickCornbreadfed Kirkpatrick29 өдрийн өмнө
  • I first heard of the Beast of Gevauden from a French movie called The Brotherhood of the Wolf. I loved the movie and it wasn't until afterwards the I found out it was based on a historical event.

    ThePremiumChickenThePremiumChickenСарын өмнө
    • That's one of those films which looks like it is going to be bad, but was suprisingly great. I love it and have watched it probably 20 times. I love it.

      travis millertravis miller28 өдрийн өмнө
    • A movie also was based was on this starring Julian Sands also, I got to find that one also thanks.

      Cornbreadfed KirkpatrickCornbreadfed Kirkpatrick29 өдрийн өмнө
  • Hi , oh we are in my country today , cool ... Nice subject as always . Peace from France ; )

    logyalogyaСарын өмнө
  • "They stab it with their steely knives, But they just can't kill the beast.."

    Janick GoudeauJanick GoudeauСарын өмнө
    • Again welcome to the Hotel California Such a lovely place.

      Cornbreadfed KirkpatrickCornbreadfed Kirkpatrick29 өдрийн өмнө
    • Do you mean Washington's Eagle?

      Celtic BatmanCeltic BatmanСарын өмнө
  • The Washington eagle is the first episode of the history guy I ever watched, been hooked ever since.

    G3 HeathenG3 HeathenСарын өмнө
  • Top Tier History as usual History Guy! Keep up the unsurpassed quality!

    IcoNIcoNСарын өмнө
  • Wow. I had to check the calendar; I see we are still in March, though.

    davel ldavel lСарын өмнө
  • The news media embellished a story? Tell me it isn’t so. 🤔

    NAVRETNAVRETСарын өмнө
    • WR Hearst created it as well as yellow journalism and lived in sin and had a love child in front of the censors of the Catholic Church and the US censor board known also as Marion Davies niece

      Cornbreadfed KirkpatrickCornbreadfed Kirkpatrick29 өдрийн өмнө
    • Don't believe the hype. -Flavor Flav

      Bill SchlaflyBill SchlaflyСарын өмнө
  • Washington's Eagle is the reason I first started watching The History Guy. Thank you for this. I think a plausible explanation for Washington's Eagle is that it's a veritable Argleton or copyright trap.

    Levi WarrenLevi WarrenСарын өмнө
  • I'm sorry that I missed this !!!!!! I've lived listening to him and his wife for a Long time !!!

    Russ CorbettRuss CorbettСарын өмнө
  • The lion make me think of the red dead redemption 2 mission

    King EricsonKing EricsonСарын өмнө
  • You can call me crazy, IDC. I saw a bizarre crytid in CT about a dozen years ago, & 3 others saw it too. The Mothman is the closest thing stories describe something similar but this looked more like an animal. Made a quick video on my channel on "UFOs etc". People apparently don't believe me. I don't make videos, I just occasionally talk into the camera about politics, strange topics etc. I don't want a following, not a creator, but check it out for a discussion. The only reason I make videos. To talk and aggregate information.

    Timmy FayTimmy FayСарын өмнө
  • Very cool - sounds familiar. Deja vu all over again?

    keydudekeydudeСарын өмнө
  • Didn’t THG do a standard episode on this creature?

    Robert PierceRobert PierceСарын өмнө
    • Yes, the podcasts are largely audio versions of previous videos, although we do include some original content.

      The History Guy: History Deserves to Be RememberedThe History Guy: History Deserves to Be RememberedСарын өмнө
  • Good ol' Lance. Historic Cryptids is something that I am unaware of and am looking forward to the education.

    Patman CrowleyPatman CrowleyСарын өмнө
  • I miss the visuals you get with regular History Guy productions. I guess you have spoiled us with the production quality.

    Mark NMark NСарын өмнө
    • These are cool. Big fan of history and love the History Guy channel. Just kinda stumbled on these, very good!

      Michael AttickMichael AttickСарын өмнө
    • @The History Guy: History Deserves to Be Remembered Are the podcasts going to be mostly topics like these where there aren't many relevant visuals?

      jlillerjlillerСарын өмнө
    • We plan to continue releasing videos on our regular schedule in addition to the podcasts.

      The History Guy: History Deserves to Be RememberedThe History Guy: History Deserves to Be RememberedСарын өмнө
  • Don't you go all History Channel on us THG. It's a slippery slope. A cheeky cryptid here and there and before you know it... ALIENS

    Transvesto SaurusTransvesto SaurusСарын өмнө
  • Expecting a certain "paleo" youtuber who often debunks cryptids to show up......

    WatcherMovie008WatcherMovie008Сарын өмнө
  • 30 mins of the history guy?? Awesome!!

    Shelby BrownShelby BrownСарын өмнө
  • oh good episode

    S PS PСарын өмнө
  • Josh, I'm glad to have your input in these podcasts. You have a lot to offer. So take a break from digging out the driveway and record a few podcasts and videos of you own. Don't leave it to your mom and dad alone.

    Steven SeysSteven SeysСарын өмнө
  • Yay! One of my favorite topics! My favorite is the Jackelope. Also Mothman.

    Lady ChalkLady ChalkСарын өмнө
  • You need to read Seanan Mcquire's Cryptid series

    Mark DurhamMark DurhamСарын өмнө
  • Occam's Razor is always wrong. I over reacted. I will resubscribe.

    Tom TomTom TomСарын өмнө
    • @Steve Dietrich I am having second thoughts. I night erase my objections. Thanks.

      Tom TomTom TomСарын өмнө
    • @Tom Tom Here is the link to the Beast of Gevaudan video, originally published on June 29, 2017.

      Steve DietrichSteve DietrichСарын өмнө
    • @Steve Dietrich I didn't know that. Thank you. But does it have THGs ruminations the how people were stupid because they thought it was a very dangerous.

      Tom TomTom TomСарын өмнө
    • @Tom Tom Have some more Kool-aid...

      Paul HPaul HСарын өмнө
    • @The History Guy: History Deserves to Be Remembered love your work.

      Joe TimbrelJoe TimbrelСарын өмнө
  • It dose sound like a large cat.

    joshua stamosjoshua stamosСарын өмнө
  • 13:25 - you said that at that time sensationalist news sold newspapers etc. But that has ALWAYS been the case, then and now...

    Zadak LeaderZadak LeaderСарын өмнө
    • well it sells

      Cornbreadfed KirkpatrickCornbreadfed Kirkpatrick29 өдрийн өмнө
  • Loved it!

    TCLTCLСарын өмнө
  • Son of History Guy sounds like a more mellow History Guy; like Jazz History Guy. :)

    Euan SmithEuan SmithСарын өмнө
    • It just struck me that it sounded like the same guy, except he seemed sleepier. lol!

      Bee WhistlerBee WhistlerСарын өмнө
    • @JohnyG29 I dunno, I like the throaty crack in OG History Guy's voice. He sounds like what, I imagine, Mark Twain would have sounded like. :D

      Euan SmithEuan SmithСарын өмнө
    • Yes, he has a much better voice doesn't he.

      JohnyG29JohnyG29Сарын өмнө
    • I thought the channel got hacked when the "wrong" voice came up. I had to do a double-take! ;-)

      Mark HudsonMark HudsonСарын өмнө
  • Nice man I love these

    DevonDevonСарын өмнө
  • The first beast sounds like a feline and not a canid.

    Paul PutterPaul PutterСарын өмнө
    • Yep so much that the idea has been used in a french film on the subject . Peace from France ; )

      logyalogyaСарын өмнө
  • I was excited but then I realized this is just re released material No offense but id rather click a play list and not look at the video

    JordaniusVonRhodJordaniusVonRhodСарын өмнө
  • Greatly enjoying this.

    TrevorTrevorСарын өмнө