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Bath County Chronicles

Bath County Chronicles

By Bath County Chronicles

A history podcast about Bath County Kentucky hosted by Rob Kiskaden and Holly Howard. The podcast was created to help promote the beautiful area and the local history museum.
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Bath County Memorials

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Owingsville's Fortress
Owingsville's Fortress
Col. Thomas Deye Owings won a bet and named the county's seat, Owingsville. Find out all the care and craftsmanship that he used to win and how his creation is still in use today. Rob and Holly discuss the Owings family and the Owings House with its incredible staircase and ..... curses.
53:28
August 01, 2022
Thunder Mill
Thunder Mill
Join Rob and Holly in a discussion about the furnaces that helped to create Bath County. We may even debunk a myth or two. A special thanks to Tony at RT WeGo for stopping by the museum!
56:32
July 01, 2022
Bath County Memorials
Bath County Memorials
Learn a few things about the beginnings of Memorial Day and hear about some of our own hometown heroes. Did you know we have a former Sharpsburg native buried at Arlington National Cemetery?
47:48
May 02, 2022
Forts v Station
Forts v Station
Welcome to the second episode of the Bath County Chronicles! We are so pleased you have enjoyed it so far. In This episode we are going to talk about the difference between forts and stations, find out which ones made their homes in Bath County. Plus, find out about a mysterious home thousands of people see every day and how it relates to our topic. 
44:48
April 01, 2022
What's in a Name?
What's in a Name?
Welcome to the first episode of the Bath County Chronicles! In this episode, your hosts, Rob & Holly, introduce you to the ancient history of beautiful Bath County, Kentucky. Find out how it got its name and some interesting tidbits about the place.  Each episode will be released on the 1st day of the month.
47:27
March 01, 2022