Full episode 59: Fire Act Two Centralia Share a clip ByIra GlassAlix Spiegel An inextinguishable subterranean fire on the edge of a small Pennsylvania town, and why the residents are not afraid of it. Host Ira Glass and This American Life contributor Alix Spiegel. (15 minutes) More in HistoryView all 627: Suitable for Children Oct. 6, 2017 Act 2: History is Not a Toy There’s a museum in Baltimore that was created to memorialize the black experience in America. It’s called The National Great Blacks in Wax Museum. 627: Suitable for Children Oct. 6, 2017 Act 4: Rocket Boy Paul Zimmer is eighty-three years old now, and he’s still haunted by something he saw in his teens. Something very few Americans have ever seen: The explosion of an atomic bomb. 623: We Are in the Future Aug. 18, 2017 Act 2: Past Imperfect Comedian and actor Azie Dungey recounts her time playing a slave for visiting tourists at George Washington’s estate in Mount Vernon. More by Ira GlassView all 633: Our Town - Part Two Dec. 15, 2017 Act 5: Today In 2012, the fever broke, and the Albertville city council stopped targeting Latino residents. The mayor says he and the council are taking a cue from the public schools. 633: Our Town - Part Two Dec. 15, 2017 Act 3: Backlash Suddenly realizing just how many Latinos had moved to town, longtime residents jumped into action, fueled by a wave of national and statewide anti-immigration fever. Then in 2011, Alabama adopted the most extreme anti-immigrant law in the country. 633: Our Town - Part Two Dec. 15, 2017 Act 2: The March Latino residents decided to organize a peaceful march in support of a path to legal status, and their white neighbors were shocked when 5,000 people poured into the streets.