George Washington vs William Wallace. Epic Rap Battles of History

George Washington faces off with William Wallace in this episode of Epic Rap Battles of History. Who won? You decide? Want to help ERB? Support us here: Download This Song: ► ◄ Watch behind the scenes ► ◄ Official ERB Website: Official ERB Merch: And don’t forget to subscribe to our channel: Thank you! np… Continue reading George Washington vs William Wallace. Epic Rap Battles of History

Haunted Places in Pennsylvania (Ep. 2)

From aged libraries whose many rows are filled with knowledge, mystery, and chilling supernatural activity… to battlefield landmarks stalked by the restless ghosts of soldiers killed in action centuries past. Are you prepared to brave our second list of picks for some of the most haunted places in Pennsylvania? Photos: “Sachs Covered Bridge” by m01229… Continue reading Haunted Places in Pennsylvania (Ep. 2)

Hersheypark Review, Pennsylvania Amusement Park | Sweetest Place on Earth

Hersheypark is the self-proclaimed sweetest place on Earth and it’s hard to disagree. This Pennsylvania amusement park has a stacked ride lineup with 14 roller coasters (including 2 hyper coasters) and the full-fledged Boardwalk water park. Along with the thrills, this park manages to be beautiful and charming. Plus, you also have Hershey’s Chocolate World… Continue reading Hersheypark Review, Pennsylvania Amusement Park | Sweetest Place on Earth

The Time Pennsylvania Almost Went Nuclear | WHAT THE PAST?

There have been nuclear accidents and near-meltdowns all across the world. Even in Pennsylvania! Images used under license from Shutterstock.com Narrated by: Kayla Rosenberg Written & Directed by: Matt Levy Edited & Animated by: Matt Schneck Executive Producer: Judy Meyers

Haunted Places in Pennsylvania

From hot springs resorts whose halls are stalked by mischievous spirits after dark, to popular colleges, saturated in all manner of urban legend and ghost story. Are you ready for some of the most haunted places in Pennsylvania? Photos: “The Bridge in Allentown” by Jared Kofsky ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 “Positively 8th… Continue reading Haunted Places in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Elk: Celebrating 100 Years – long version

Follow the trail of restoring elk to Pennsylvania. In 1911, the Pennsylvania Game Commission began bringing elk back into the state. For educational resources to go with this and our other productions, please visit: Cinematography: Tracy A. Graziano & Hal Korber Video Editing: Tracy A. Graziano #elk #trapping #education #research #wildlife #nature #science #mammal #ungulate… Continue reading Pennsylvania Elk: Celebrating 100 Years – long version

Washington: The First President | Exclusive | History

In this digital exclusive from “Washington” learn how George Washington took the framework of the constitution and forged history as the first president of the United States of America. Subscribe for more from other great HISTORY shows: Check out exclusive HISTORY content: History Newsletter: Website – Facebook – Twitter – HISTORY® is the leading destination… Continue reading Washington: The First President | Exclusive | History

New York's LOST marvel – The Story of Pennsylvania Station – IT'S HISTORY

Today we explore the rise and fall of New York Cities famous Pennsylvania Station. This station was once one of the most beautiful structures in America, but now – little remains beyond photographs. Pennsylvania Station was a historic railroad station in New York City, named for the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR), its builder and original tenant.… Continue reading New York's LOST marvel – The Story of Pennsylvania Station – IT'S HISTORY

Pennsylvania State Capitol Building

Discover the beauty and history of the Pennsylvania State Capitol Building in Harrisburg, a priceless palace of art filled with opulent décor, brilliant paintings and statues, and centuries of commonwealth history. It’s free to visit the Capitol building and take a guided tour while your expert escort points out the artistic and architectural highlights. Learn… Continue reading Pennsylvania State Capitol Building