Paul Harvey Archives

The Rest of the Story



The Rest of the Story
Stories Starting With the Letter "K"

The Paul Harvey Unofficial Archives has over 3000 episodes of The Rest of the Story. We don't know if we have every single episode that Paul ever did - but we're sure it's darn close!

These files are in MP3 format that can be easily played with a number of programs such as Windows Media Player, VLC Player, and most portable music devices.

In order to save server space and for easier downloads, these files have been stored in ZIP format compressed files. 

The stories that were hosted by Paul Harvey Jr. are noted with (JR) in the file name. Otherwise they were by Paul Harvey. Those denoted with (HQ) are in High Quality audio.

 

Download File - Letter (K)

Click on the above link to download the ZIP file for Stories that start with the the letter "K"

Kamikaze American Bats (World War II)
Karankawa Indians (wiped out due to stupdity)
Karen Prendergast (Blind aviator)
Karl Benz (his family's car trip in Germany 1888)
Karl Kroyer (Raised the Al Kuwait with ping pong balls)
Karl Marx and Fred Engles (communism authors)
Karsten Solheim (inventor and Ping golf club designer)
Kartchner Caverns (Secret Cave Under Farm)
Kate Smith (her life) (JR)
Katharine Hepburn (Devotion to Spencer Tracy)
Katharine Lee Bates (America The Beautiful) (HQ)
Katherine Hepburn (as a tomboy)
Katherine Hepburn (Easter at age 10 and brother's suicide)
Katherine Hepburn (her father and syphilis)
Katherine Hepburn (her mother)
Katherine Hepburn (nude on dorm roof)
Kathy Costello (Hard way to be doctor)
KDKA Radio (first scheduled broadcast and transmitter moves)
Ken Beer (best oldest tennis player)
Ken Parks (Sleepwalker and tire iron murder)
Ken Venturi (freak golf shot 1956 Masters) (1995)
Kentucky Bourbon (first in Virginia)
Kentucky Derby (how it was named) (HQ)
Ketchup (originally marketed as a medicine)
Key West (union fort during Civil War)
Kidney Dialysis (machine made for an infant)
Kids predicted outcome of 2000 presidential election
Kilt (Banned in Scotland in 1746)
Kim Wickes (blind singer adopted from Korea)
Kincsem (Ugliest horse and winning horse)
King Charles IX of France (April Fool's Day)
King Coel (king of England and nursery rhyme)
King Frederick of Prussia (addiction to coffee and beer)
King George II (Messiah 1743)
King George IV (fired from job for fixing horse races)
King James (views on smoking)
King Louis XIV (High heels) (JR)
King Louis XIV (map of Paris found at junk shop)
King Ludwig II of Bavaria (developed Fantasy Land with Wagner)
King Richard III (shamed by Shakespere)
King Wenceslas (Christian king was murdered)
Kingsford Charcoal (lumber factory now charcoal plant)
Kite Flying (wayward kite and girl almost drowned)
Kite Flying (with a 7000 pound lift, may have been used to build pyramids)
Kitty Litter (an alternative to sawdust)
Kleenex (originally made for gas masks in WWI)
Knute Rockne (as a student) (NOISY) (1989)
Knute Rockne (his father)
Knute Rockne (his father) (JR)
Knute Rockne (Razel Dazel forward pass football)
Kosher Cat
Kristi Yamaguchi (Club foot)
Ky Laffoon (Indian Golfer) (1998)