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Podcast 52 – New England’s Darkest Day


May 19, 1780 - New England's Darkest Day

In Episode 52 Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger mark the one-year anniversary of the podcast in the dark! On May 19, 1780, the skies over all six New England states turned black at 11 in the morning, and the moon turned blood red. The darkness lasted over 16 hours. Many believed this was judgment day and turned to their churches. Others turned to their taverns. What caused this strange phenomenon? And could it happen again?

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Produced and hosted by: Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger
Edited by: Ray Auger
Additional Voice Talent: Dave Schrader, Tim Dennis, and Michael Legge.
Theme Music by: John Judd

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Wonderful Dark Day - May 19, 1780 from Richard Miller Devens 1876 book, Our First Century

Wonderful Dark Day – May 19, 1780 from Richard Miller Devens 1876 book, Our First Century

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