STBYM Live: Weird Science in the Windy City

World's Columbian Exposition, 1893, Chicago, Illinois. The center of the Midway Plaisance at dusk. Stock Montage/Getty Images

Robert, Christian and Joe transport you back to the Chicago Columbian Exposition of 1893, when the neoclassical architecture of Daniel Burnham’s White City loomed on the shores of Lake Michigan, Nikola Tesla’s alternating current powered thousands of decorative incandescent lamps, and the original Ferris Wheel gave visitors from all around the world a view from the top. Join them for a live C2E2 2017 discussion on the great wheel, the Parliament of World Religions and the H. H. Holmes Murder Castle.

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Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo

Topics in this Podcast: history, religion, technology, STBYM Live