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History Dweebs - A look at True Crime, Murders, Serial Killers and the Darkside of History

The Great Emu War

When the Australian government declared war on a herd of Emus, the Emus decided to fight back!

Written by: Tim Scott

Hosts: Brandy Herrmann, Chuck Walters, Thadd Scott and Tim Scott

Produced by: Thadd Scott

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