The 70s were the Me Decade, and the 80s were the Greed Is Good decade. But what is this strange decade of the 20s we are living in now? Here at Air Mail, we’re calling it “the Raging 20s,” and Bruce Handy explains why. Then John Glatt has the bizarre true-crime story of a Utah mother of three whose husband died from poisoning. She then wrote a bereavement book for kids, and you won’t believe what happened next. And speaking of wild: Legs McNeil has the inside story of two very strange bedfellows. Specifically, how Kenneth Anger, the writer who influenced everyone from Led Zeppelin to Martin Scorsese, became the unlikely friend of Alfred Kinsey, the father of the sexual revolution. All this and more make this a show you won’t want to miss. Listen by clicking Play below. And be sure to subscribe at Apple Podcasts or Spotify so you don’t miss an episode.

Episode 143: Welcome to the Decade of Anger—It’s the Raging 20s!

Plus: John Glatt on a murderous Mormon mother; Legs McNeil on the bond between Kenneth Anger and Alfred Kinsey; and more