The Obituary Files

The Obituary Files

The Obituary Files podcast features forgotten stories and historical obituaries. Real people brought back to life, if only for a moment. If you enjoy the show, please tell your friends. Email us at theobituaryfiles@gmail.com

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October 19, 2021 8 min

On Episode 33, I read from The Fillmore County News, Exeter, Fillmore County, Nebraska, April 27, 1922.

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On Episode 32, we're going to do things a little differently than that to which you have become accustomed.  This time, I’ll read several stories about the mysterious disappearance and death of Lucille Drew, from April of 1931. Because sometimes there's more to say than simply reading an obituary. I’m not here to try and solve the case, this isn’t a True Crime podcast, there are thousands of those out there already. Instead...

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On Episode 31, I read from The Greenville Advocate Saturday April 25, 1931.

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On our 30th episode, I read from the Necrological Column in the Minneapolis Journal, May 31 and September 10, 1902.

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On Episode 29, I read three historical obituaries from The Riley Regent, Thursday January 16, 1930. Riley, Kansas.

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On Episode 28, I read from The Baltimore Sun, March 4, 1906, Baltimore, Maryland.

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On Episode 27, I read historical stories from The Stockton Daily Independent, July 25, 1921, Stockton, California.

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On Episode 26, I read stories of deaths from the Spanish Influenza Pandemic, from The San Pedro Daily News, Monday evening, October 21, 1918, San Pedro, California.

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On Episode 25, I read stories from the Friday September 14, 1906 edition of The Red Bluff News, from Red Bluff, California, and historical obituaries from The Albany Ledger, Thursday August 17, 1950, Albany, Missouri.

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On Episode 24, I read the death announcements from the Tuesday November 3, 1925 edition of The Daily Gleaner, Fredericton, New Brunswick.

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August 23, 2021 8 min

On Episode 23, I read the death announcements from the March 24, 1930 edition of The Winnipeg Tribune.

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On Episode 22, I read obituaries, and a story of suspected murder, from the December 30, 1892 edition of The Brewster Standard, Brewster, New York.

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August 17, 2021 7 min

On Episode 21, I read the death announcements published in The Butler Citizen, April 20, 1905, Butler, PA. Most of these people were relatively young when they died.

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On Episode 20, I read A Not-So-Merry Christmas and A Sure-To-Be Unhappy New Year, from The Steubenville Herald Star, December 27, 1923, Steubenville, Ohio.

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On Episode 19, I read obituaries from The Bristol Phoenix, Bristol Rhode Island, January 30 & March 5, 1920.

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On Episode 18, I read obituaries from The Portland Daily Press, Portland, Maine, January 13, 1890.

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On Episode 17, I read Have You Seen Junior's Grades and Other Sensational Items, from The Sandusky Register, March 23, 1927 and The Cincinnati Commercial Tribune, December 11, 1922.

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On Episode 16, I read Killed By A Shot Put, And More, from The Connecticut Western News, March 27, 1902.

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On Episode 15, I read A Suicide, The Dropsy, and Foul Play Suspected, from The Bradford Era, Bradford, PA. Friday April 8, 1892.

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On Episode 14, I read A Murder and The Death Record, from The Brownstown Banner, Brownstown, Indiana, Wednesday January 10, 1912.

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