Paul Harvey Archives

The Rest of the Story

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

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!

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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 (L)

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

L. Frank Baum (His childhood and Wizard of Oz) (1987)
L. Frank Baum (Old Fur Coat and Wizard of Oz)
L. Frank Baum (Wizard of Oz and book advance)
La Choy origin (American Chinese food)
Lady Bird Johnson (When she met Lyndon Johnson)
Lady Hamilton (Was originally a mistress)
Lady Mary Wortley Montagu (Smallpox)
Lafayette Versus Carlisle Track Meet (challengers beat best team)
Lagosuchus (very small dinosaur)
Lake Missoula (ice age scabland and Mars)
Lake Peigneur, Louisiana (disappeared and came back 1980)
Lake Peigneur, Louisiana (disappeared and came back 1980) (JR)
Lake Toplitz (Money from WWII found in lake 1984)
Lake Zurich Golf Club (Golf course saved by 3 dead men 1912) (1995)
Lakeway High School (Science team and fired teachers)
Lane Bryant (how it started) (version 1)
Lane Bryant (how it started) (version 2)
Languages (1445 in world and Rosetta project)
Larry King (Boom Boom)
Larry Zachary (Car Accident and recovery)
Las Claritas, Venezuela (Gold under village)
Lassie (motorcycle chaser)
Last emperor of China (at age 3 later botnist)
Last Shot in WW2 (14 days after atomic bomb)
Last Stage Coach Robbery (led by woman 1898)
Laughing Gas (first use and later anesthesia 1844)
Laughter (Prescribed since Biblical times)
Laughter is the best medicine (1992)
Lauren Chapin (Father Knows Best Kathy and drugs) (NO START OR END)
Laurence Olivier (Preacher Father)
Lawn Jockey Statues (painted black in honor of groomsman for George Washington)
Lawrence Hummel (Janitor Leaves Fortune to Bethany College)
Lawrence Washington (George's half brother)
Lawrence Welk (Diane and Lennon Sisters)
Lawrence Welk (farm boy)
Lawyers in Colonies in 1620 (hated)
Lead Poisoning (Why Roaman Empire Collapsed) (PART 2)
Leaning Tower of Pisa (construction problems)
Lech walesa (sister drove car, eluded police) (1992)
Lee de Forest (Invented radio tube)
Lee Harvey Oswald (wanted to kill Nixon too)
Leeches (saved boy's finger)
Leo Durocher (billiards then baseball)
Leo the Lion (MGM lion and plane crash) (1992)
Leonard Bernstein (Aunt Clara's piano) (JR)
Leonard Bernstein (sick kid learned to play piano)
Leonard Bernstein (Two pills not taken Assistant Conductor)
Leonard Smith (Spy Tree)
Les Boatwright (San Francisco 49ers ultimate fan)
Leslie Howard (shell shock then actor) (HQ)
Levi Strauss (stolen fabric and denim)
Lewis Powell (attempted murder of William Seward) (1994)
Lexan (polycarbonate plastic invented by Daniel Fox at General Electric)
Liberace (almost died from dry cleaning) (1994)
Liberace (infection and arm in hot water)
Liberty Bell (old building and scrap metal)
Liberty Films (It's A Wonderful Life)
Lie Detector First (donkey tail method more accurate)
Life 250 million years old in salt (Carlsbad, NM 1998)
Life Belt and Mom's Inspection Number (WW2) (1989)
Life Savers First (after dinner mint)
Life Savers First (after dinner mint) (JR)
Life Saving Payback (Saved each other's lives) (JR)
Life Saving Rat (saved owner from fire)
Light bulb (from 1901 still lit)
Lily Venizelos (Lilly of the Loggerhead Turtles)
Lily Venizelos (Saved Loggerhead turtles)
Limees (English Sailors and Scurvy)
Little Church Around The Corner (Actors church 1870)
Little Orphan Annie (originally Otto)
Little Richard (Father killed)
Lizzie Borden (falsely accused of murder)
Lizzie Borden (gentle person)
Lloyd Wood (Saved infected leg by riding bicycle to Mayo Clinic)
Log Burning on Christmas day (2001)
Log Cabin Origin (1638 in Delaware by Swedes)
London Bridge (Built in Roman times)
Lone Eagle (Bald eagle flew to Ireland in 1987) (HQ)
Lord Byron (Greek Hero)
Lord Nelson (Chronically Seasick)
Loreta Velazquez (Woman fought as man during Civil War)
Loretta Lynn (First time singing) (JR)
Loretta Lynn (Illiterate)
Loretto Chapel (mysterious staircase)
Los Adaes (first capital of Texas actually in Louisiana)
Lost Ring Found (lost in lake and husband found it)
Lost Squadron (WW2 Planes rescued from Greenland) (Version 1)
Lost Squadron (WW2 Planes rescued from Greenland) (Version 2)
Lottery (first by Quakers, financed Revoluationary War) (1989)
Lou Brock (went into baseball for the money)
Lou Costello (Boxing)
Lou Geherig (Chicken Heart Baseball)
Lou Gehrig (Buster and replacement player) (1993)
Lou Holtz (Down and out achiever)
Louis Armstrong (First time singing)
Louis Camuti (Vet makes house calls, allergic to cats) (HQ)
Louis L'Amour (Fiction Writer and Real Life)
Louis Pasteur (First Vaccination was by accident)
Louis Pasteur (slow learner and artist)
Louis Pasteur (slow learner and artist) (JR)
Louisa Mae Alcott (wrote risque books before writing Little Women)
Louisa May Alcott (tomboy)
Lozen (female Apache warrior and chief)
Luciano Pavoratti (teacher, insurance salesman, singer)
Luciano Pavoratti (teacher, insurance salesman, singer) (JR)
Lucille Ball (Accident Prone)
Lucille Ball (Brother's birthday party and shooting)
Lucille Ball (came down with arthritis and serum)
Lucille Ball (chained as a 9 year old)
Lucille Ball (did not get part)
Lucille Ball (girl in the back)
Lucille Ball (last autograph 1989)
Luckest Man In World (saved from Titanic but died later)
Lucy Brewer (First female Marine)
Ludwig & Isabelle Rudolph (Count & Countess Suicide)
Ludwig van Beethoven (lead poisoning and suffering)
Ludwig van Beethoven (No one believed who he was)
Lydia Pinkham (Vegetable compound and women)
Lyman Blackwell (Invented smoke detector and Dresden bombing)
Lyndon Johnson (Sam's boy)
Lyndon Johnson (Student loan)
Lyndon Johnson (Thomas Jefferson's Bird)
Lyndon Johnson (WW2 airplane adventure) (1994)
Lynn Adams (racquet locked in arthritic hand)
Lynn Adams (raquetball player and Arthritis) (part 1)
Lynn Adams (raquetball player and Arthritis) (part 2)