Ungeniused is a show dedicated to covering the weirdest articles found on Wikipedia. Stephen Hackett and Myke Hurley dive into the strange corners of the world's most amazing website so you don't have to. Hosted by Myke Hurley and Stephen Hackett.


Ungeniused 10: The 1904 Summer Olympics  

The Games of the III Olympiad were marred by exploitation, experimentation and a near-deadly marathon.

Ungeniused 9: The Bermuda Triangle  

The Bermuda Triangle is a loosely-defined region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean, where a number of aircraft and ships are said to have disappeared under mysterious circumstances.

Ungeniused 8: The Principality of Sealand  

The Principality of Sealand is an unrecognized micronation off the coast of England with a very colorful history.

Ungeniused 7: The Emu War  

In 1932, farmers in western Australia were having their crops destroyed by a migrating emu population. Their solution? Soldiers armed with machine guns.

Ungeniused 6: The Hum  

The Hum is a phenomenon involving widespread reports of a persistent and invasive low-frequency humming, rumbling, or droning noise not audible to all people.

Ungeniused 5:  The World's Littlest Skyscraper  

There's more to the Newby-McMahon Building in Wichita Falls, Texas than meets the eye.

Ungeniused 4: Inventors Killed by Their Own Inventions  

History is full of people tragically killed by their own inventions. This episode is full of their stories.

Ungeniused 3: The Ghost Army & Inflatable Tanks  

During World War II, the United States Army deployed a divisions made up of artists armed with inflatable tanks, sound equipment and more, all designed to deceive and manipulate the enemy.

Ungeniused 2: Dancing Mania  

In mainland Europe between the 14th and 17th centuries, large groups of people would dance in the streets. Were they sick? Was it just a form of escape? Did someone curse them?

Ungeniused 1: Action Park  

Action Park claimed six lives in the 1980s. From water slides with loops to racing tracks on the sides of mountains, the amusement park's shocking history raises lots of questions about what was allowed at the time, and what people are willing to risk for a few shots of adrenaline.

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