Ep #3: The Rosewood Massacre | Dark History Podcast

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Welcome to the Dark History podcast. Today, we are going to talk about the horrifying story of The Rosewood Massacre, and how one lie led to mass death and destruction. I appreciate you for coming by, and tune in next week for more dark history.

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03:30 The Town of Rosewood
07:56 The Beginning
10:15 The Rumor
12:51 Jesse Hunter and Sam Carter
18:31 The Mob
21:40 The Carrier House
24:12 Fleeing Rosewood
27:50 The Bryce Brothers
30:26 The Final Day
33:17 The Aftermath
37:40 The Victims
40:54 Rosewood Today


Dye, R. Thomas. “Rosewood, Florida: The Destruction of an African American
Community.” The Historian 58, no. 3 (1996): 605-22. Accessed May 23, 2021.

González-Tennant, Edward. “Contextualizing the 1923 Violence.” Rosewood Heritage and
VR Project. Accessed May 21, 2021.

González-Tennant, Edward. “History.” Rosewood Heritage and VR Project. Accessed May
21, 2021.

González-Tennant, Edward. “Intersectional Violence, New Media, and the 1923 Rosewood
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Newman, Richard. “Rosewood Revisited.” Transition, no. 80 (1999): 32-39. Accessed May
23, 2021.

This podcast is Executive Produced by:
Bailey Sarian,

Chelsea Durgin from Slash Mgmt,


Fanny Baudry, Avi Gandhi, Derrial Christon and Spencer Strasmore from Wheelhouse DNA

Video Director: Trent Barboza

Producer: Lexxi Kiven

Research provided by: Elizabeth Hyman

Writer: Haley Gordon & Bailey Sarian

I’m your host – Princess of the Dark, Bailey Sarian


Historical Consultants:

Dr. Edward González-Tennant
(Professor of Anthropology, University of Central Florida)

Dr. Maxine Jones
(Professor of History, Florida State University)