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Ep57: The Gulf of Tonkin Incident

Gulf of Tonkin

Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara explains the Gulf of Tonkin incident, which even he didn’t really understand.

On August 4, 1964, President Lyndon Johnson claimed North Vietnamese crafts attacked U.S. ships in the Gulf of Tonkin. But what really happened that night?

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Ep56: The Real James Bond

James Bond

Was James Bond based on real spies during World War II?

James Bond: real or super real? Join conspiracy expert Lee Goldin as he investigates the real James Bond on this episode of Inside Jobs.

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Ep55: The Wall Street Bombing of 1920


Dd a former tennis player kill 38 people on Wall Street in a politically motivated 1920 terrorist bombing?

On September 16, 1920, the world’s first car bomb detonated on Wall Street, killing 38 people and wounding hundreds of others, in the worst terrorist attack on U.S. soil up to that time. The police focused on warnings sent out several days before the bombings by a former professional tennis player. Join Brian as he investigates the Wall Street Bombings of 1920 on this episode of Inside Jobs.

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Ep54: Julius and Ethel Rosenberg


The Rosenbergs were the self-proclaimed “first victims of American fascism.” But were they actually Soviet spies who received their just desserts?

In 1953, the United States executed Julius and Ethel Rosenberg for selling American atomic secrets to the Soviet Union. But doubts linger about their guilt. Join Brian as he investigates The Rosenberg Case on Inside Jobs.

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Ep53: The Black Sox Scandal


One requirement for being an early baseball player: extreme homeliness.

Did the Chicago White Sox really throw the 1919 World Series? Join conspiracy expert Lee Goldin as he investigates the Black Sox Scandal.

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Ep52: The Man with the Goldin Name


Join Lee Goldin, conspiracy expert, Gene, Brian, and a host of special guests as they present the radio drama The Man with the Goldin Name.

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Ep51: Let sLeeping Dogs Lie (re-release)


Travel to the world of old-time radio in our radio play, Let sLeeping Dogs Lie, originally released in November 2013.

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