Episode 24: Don't Be A Dummy

This week, Kate tells the story behind the World War II spy, Betty Pack, who lived a heck of a wild life. Jen reviews how Alphonse Bertillon developed a new type of identification system for law enforcement. Let’s just say it wasn’t perfect, and led to the adoption of fingerprinting in America. Kate’s oshituary is about a massacre. A bird massacre to be exact. Speaking of things that can’t fly anymore, Jen explains how inventor Franz Reichelt died in 1912.