Matt and Melissa Dunphy buy a magic theater from a pedophile, discover treasure, and become accidental amateur archaeologists.
Melissa and Matt consider investing in a live/work space and discover a real estate listing for a theater with a sordid past.
Melissa and Matt are frustrated by architects and banks. Will they prevail?
Melissa and Matt tear down walls and make surprising discoveries.
Melissa and Matt unearth old pottery, and make a strong effort to stop unearthing old pottery.
Melissa and Matt get a visit from experts in the field of ceramics, and learn more about what they've found.
The Boghouse becomes a history podcast: first subject, Hannah Callowhill Penn.
Exploring the quirks of two colonials who first developed 103 Callowhill Street.
Daniel Williams: baker, merchant, man about town, and owner of 103 Callowhill Street.
Continuing the story of Daniel Williams and his son Ennion during the Revolutionary War.
As Daniel Williams sells 103 Callowhill Street, it becomes apparent he is behind the curve on Quaker attitudes towards slavery.
Antoine Probst, America's first true crime media sensation, drank lager right under I-95 after committing mass murder.
A dramatic reading of The Life, Confession, and Atrocious Crimes of Antoine Probst.
Stories of true crime in 19th century Philadelphia's Tenderloin district.
Historical archaeologist and materials specialist Debbie Miller talks about her experience in the field
When a planned interview falls through, Matt and Melissa give a quick State of the Podcast
Contractor Larry Alice joins Matt and Melissa to chat about post-privy-digging construction
Michael Frechette and Tom Salvatore have a fireside chat with Matt and Melissa Dunphy
Matt and Melissa continue their conversation with Tom and Michael, then share a first-hand privy digging experience
Melissa and Matt answer listener questions
Melissa goes full archaeologist at Dish Camp, Matt goes to an art gala in the World Trade Center
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