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Trail Tales 15

Trail Tales 15

2022-10-0601:02:37

Today’s stories include surviving a wall of white, sandwich stealers, bad vibes, and seeing the light. We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you’re listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon to gain access to ad-free episodes, bonus content, and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch, and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website. Thank you so much to our partners, check them out! Stamps: Use code NPAD to start your 4-week trial, and receive free postage and a digital scale. Faherty: Use our link and code NPAD to get 15% off. HoldOn Bags: Use code NPAD for 20% off your order. Taos AER: Use code NPAD30 for 30% off.
This week we are kicking off Spooky Season with a visit to the Edgar Allen Poe National Historic Site. We learn about the history of the house, and dive into Edgar Allan Poe's short and complex life. Hear all about the real life tragedies and events that inspired some of Poe's darkest works, from psychosis, to plague, to being buried alive. We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you’re listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon to gain access to ad-free episodes, bonus content, and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch, and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website. Thank you so much to our partners, check them out! BetterHelp: Get 10% off your first month of online therapy by using our link. Apostrophe: Get your first visit for only five dollars at our link and when you use code NPAD. Reel: Use promo code NPAD to sign up for a subscription and get 30% off your first order plus free shipping. Microdose: Use code NPAD to get free shipping and 30% off your first order. Sources: NPS, NPS (2), Biography, How Stuff Works, Britannica,  Interesting Literature, Smithsonian, History, Wikipedia, Wikipedia (2), Wikipedia (3)
We head into the beautiful mountain ranges of Norway and follow a survival story that seems impossible. When a woman has a ski accident, her body temperature plummets to a degree never recorded in a living person before. Medical professionals investigate how she could survive and in the process make huge advancements in medicine. We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you’re listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon to gain access to ad-free episodes, bonus content, and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch, and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website. Thank you so much to our partners, check them out! Upside: Download the free app and use code NPAD to get $5 or more cash back on your first purchase of $10 or more.    Two Girls One Ghost: Tune in this spooky season and beyond to Two Girls One Ghost wherever you listen to podcasts. Feals: Use our link and code AFTERDARK to become a member and save 50% off on your first order of Focus Melts, plus get free shipping. HelloFresh: Use our link and code NPAD65 for 60% off plus free shipping. Sources: https://honey.nine.com.au/latest/anna-bagenholm-swedish-radiologist-trapped-freezing-water-what-happened-where-is-she-now-explainer/4357261c-5ef8-4f16-8c5c-93a2b11b4e4a https://explorersweb.com/great-survival-stories-anna-bagenholm/ https://edition.cnn.com/2009/HEALTH/10/12/cheating.death.bagenholm/ https://medium.com/short-history/anna-bagenholm-73c6f5a566e5
Trail Tales 14

Trail Tales 14

2022-09-2257:16

Today’s tales include new perspectives on old favorites, tears of joy, unlikely friendships and a man in the shadows. Two bonus stories for Outsiders over on Patreon! All stories shared with consent. We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you’re listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon to gain access to ad-free episodes, bonus content, and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch, and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website.  Thank you so much to our partners, check them out!  Speedify: Use our link to download Speedify today. Babbel: Use our link to get up to 55% off your subscription. Uncommon Goods: Use our link and get 15% off. StoryWorth: Use our link to save $10.
Alice Simms always knew her grandfather Albert was murdered. For most of her life, she didn’t know much about him, his life or death. Her mother never talked much about him, and Alice never wanted to ask – afraid she may open a painful wound. But after her mother died, Alice believes she came back to her from beyond the veil – and encouraged her to finish what she had begun, to find who killed Albert Jones. Today we visit Crater Lake National Park, the location of the biggest unsolved mysteries in the Pacific Northwest – the murders of Albert Jones and Charles Culhane. We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you’re listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon to gain access to ad-free episodes, bonus content, and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch, and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website. Thank you so much to our partners, check them out! Apostrophe: Get your first visit for only five dollars at our link and when you use code NPAD. Bombas: Use code NPAD at checkout for 20% off your first purchase. BetterHelp: Get 10% off your first month of online therapy by using our link. Microdose: Use code NPAD to get free shipping and 30% off your first order. Sources: Alta, Crater Lake Institute, NPS, Herald and News, The Atlantic , KTEC
This week we're taking you on a haunted historic tour of Theodore Roosevelt National Park and its gateway town, Medora. We visit several buildings that will make you feel like you are still in the 1800s. Learn about Theodore Roosevelt, historic families, sword duels, almost mass extinctions of species, and all the [paranormal] activities that take place inside the badlands of North Dakota. We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you’re listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon to gain access to ad-free episodes, bonus content, and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch, and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website.  Thank you so much to our partners, check them out! Speedify: Use our link to download Speedify today. Prose: Use our link for a free in-depth hair consultation and 15% off your first order. Beam: Use code NPAD to get 40% off your first subscription order or 20% a one-time purchase. Sources: NPS (1), NPS (2), NPS (3), Spooky Creepy North Dakota by Lori L. Oser
Trail Tales 13

Trail Tales 13

2022-09-0801:01:11

Today’s tales include uninvited house guests, strange sights, and sounds & backpacking baptisms! All stories shared with consent. We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you’re listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon to gain access to ad-free episodes, bonus content, and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch, and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website.   Thank you so much to our partners, check them out!  Microdose: Use code NPAD to get free shipping and 30% off your first order. Faherty Brand: Use our link and code NPAD at check out for 20% off. 
On today’s special episode of NPAD we speak with Ash and Alaina from Morbid! They bring us to the Appalachian Trail and The Grand Canyon where they share stories of murder, and a mysterious disappearance. We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you’re listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon to gain access to ad-free episodes, bonus content, and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch, and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website. Thank you so much to our partners, check them out! Reel: Use code NPAD for 30% off your first order and free shipping. BetterHelp: Get 10% off your first month of online therapy by using our link. Apostrophe: Get your first visit for only five dollars at our link and when you use code NPAD. HelloFresh: Use code NPAD16 for 16 free meals across 7 boxes and 3 free gifts.
Our family members are not always who we think. When Eleonore Richland exposed her father’s dark legacy, she vowed to clean up the family business – and hired her half-brother, Santino Reyes, to help her do it. But old habits die hard. In the shocking new third season, Eleonore reckons with what her father always taught her growing up: medicine is a bloody business. From Wondery, the makers of “The Shrink Next Door” and “Dr. Death,” Blood Ties stars Gillian Jacobs (Community, Love), Christian Navarro (13 Reasons Why), and Peter Stormare. Listen to Blood Ties: wondery.fm/NPAD_BTS3 
Water – we live and die by it! Today, we head to southern California and visit the ruins of the Saint Francis Dam to learn about the worst civil engineering failure of the 20th century and the second greatest loss of life in California state history. Make a donation: Kentucky Relief Fund We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you’re listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon to gain access to ad-free episodes, bonus content, and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch, and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website. Thank you so much to our partners, check them out! Feals - Become a member today and save 50% off your first order of Focus Melts with promo code: AFTERDARK Cozy Earth - Save 35% with our promo code: NPAD Stride Career Prep - Prepares your teen for in-demand careers in business, tech, health science, criminal justice and more! Aspiration - Fight climate change by planting trees with every swipe. Apply for the Aspiration Zero credit card today and earn a $300 welcome bonus after spending three  thousand dollars in the first ninety days. Sources: Floodpath by Jon Wilkman, Smithsonian, USDA, The OutBound, Wikipedia, St. Francis Dam Memorial, Water and Power, A Brief History of: The St. Francis Dam Disaster, The Massive LA Disaster You’ve Never Heard Of, SCV History
Trail Tales 12

Trail Tales 12

2022-08-2501:00:18

Today's stories include sitting bears, family reunions, yellow bugs, and lost history. All stories shared with consent. We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you’re listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon to gain access to ad-free episodes, bonus content, and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch, and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website. Thank you so much to our partners, check them out! Babbel - Learn a second language! Save 60% on your subscription when you use our link. Modern Fertility - Get $20 off your fertility test when you use our link! Upside - Use our code NPAD to get $5 or more cash back on your first purchase of $10 or more. Bombas - get 20% off your first purchase when you use our link!
In today's episode, we speak with John Jurko II, the lead producer of an upcoming documentary film, Rhino Man. We discuss the poaching crisis in places like Kruger National Park and the Rangers who risk their lives to protect the wildlife. We also take the time to honor the legacy of Anton Mzimba, a lead ranger and protagonist of the film, who recently had his life taken because of the work he did in wildlife conservation. We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you’re listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon to gain access to ad-free episodes, bonus content, and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch, and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website. Thank you so much to our partners, check them out! Microdose: Get free shipping & 30% off your first order with code NPAD. Apostrophe: Get your first visit for only five dollars at our link and when you use code NPAD. Athletic Greens: Get a free 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs with your first purchase by using our link. Feals: Become a member and save 50% off your first order of Focus Melts, and get free shipping by using our link and code AFTERDARK. Sources: rhinomanthemovie.org | Movie Website  rhinomanthemovie.org/podcast/ | Podcast Website  antonmzimba.com | Anton Mzimba Education Trust  globalconservationcorps.org | Global Conservation Corps Website  Instagram:  @rhinomanthemovie  @theglobalconservationcorps  @johnjurko  Facebook:  @rhinomanthemovie  @rhinomanrangers | GCC's facebook  Twitter:  @rhinomanmovie  @corps_global  @johnjurko
In 1945 a sightseeing tour plane carrying American military personnel crashed into the western New Guinea jungle. The survivors spent the next several weeks trying to survive the harsh elements in a land that they knew very little about. They weren't alone though, they had landed right in the middle of indigenous tribal territory, people who they knew to be cannibalistic and violent. In this struggle for survival, they'll  have to open their hearts and minds to people who are foreign to them if they want to make it out alive.  We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you’re listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon to gain access to ad-free episode, bonus content and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook , and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website.   Thank you so much to our partners, check them out!  BetterHelp: Get 10% off your first month of online therapy by using our link. Beam: Use code NPAD to get 40% off your first subscription order or 20% a one-time purchase. Prose: Use our link for a free in-depth hair consultation and 15% off your first order. First Leaf: Use our link and get your first 6 bottles for $39.95 plus free shipping. sources:   Lost in Shangri-La by Mitchell Zukoff , History Net, Pacific Wrecks, YouTube 
 In part two of the story of Dian Fossey we discuss Dian’s murder, who could be responsible, her unethical practices, and who paid the ultimate price during the messy, questionable and confusing process of uncovering the truth.  Lean more about and contribute to the Fossey Fund HERE. We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you’re listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon to gain access to ad-free episode, bonus content and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook , and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website.   Thank you so much to our partners, check them out!    Athletic Greens: Use our link and get a free 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs with your first purchase. Away: Use our link and start your 100-day trial. Faherty: Use our link and get 20% when you use code NPAD at checkout. Stride Career Prep: Help your student take charge of their education and their future. Sources Volcanoes National Park Rwanda, Wikipedia , Vanity Fair, National Geographic , YouTube , World Wildlife Fund , Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund
Today we are headed to the mountains of Rwanda for part one of our two-part series on the story of Dian Fossey. Her unorthodox and sometimes volatile “active conservation” methods undoubtedly saved the mountain gorillas, but ultimately may have led to her demise. Her love for the animals and passion for conservation changed the tides for the future of the species – never underestimate the change one person can enact. NPAD trip information and itineraries to South Africa and Madagascar ! We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you’re listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon to gain access to ad-free episode, bonus content and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook , and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website.   Thank you so much to our partners, check them out!  Apostrophe: Save $15 off your first visit with code NPAD. Factor: Use our link and code NPAD130 to get $130 off across six boxes. Microdose: Use code NPAD to get free shipping and 30% off your first order. Reel: Use code NPAD for 30% off your first order and free shipping. Sources Volcanoes National Park Rwanda, Wikipedia , Vanity Fair, National Geographic , YouTube , World Wildlife Fund , Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund
Trail Tales 11

Trail Tales 11

2022-08-0156:511

Today’s stories include misleading boy scouts, guiding hands, clap backs, near death experiences and cautionary tales. All tales shared with consent. We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you’re listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon to gain access to ad-free episode, bonus content and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook , and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website.   Thank you so much to our partners, check them out!  Modern Fertility: Use our link and get $20 off your fertility test. Hello Fresh: Use code NPAD16 for 16 free meals across 7 boxes and 3 free gifts. BetterHelp: Get 10% off your first month of online therapy by using our link. Microdose: Use code NPAD to get free shipping and 30% off your first order.
Louis Hastings wanted to get away from the fast life of California and into a place where he felt more at peace in nature. He decided the best place to venture to would be the tiny remote town of McCarthy Alaska, a place with limited resources and only accessible by plane during the long winter months. When Louis begins to disagree with the way the state of Alaska is handling the lands though, he goes on a murder spree. We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you’re listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon to gain access to ad-free episode, bonus content and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook , and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website.   Thank you so much to our partners, check them out!   Microdose: Use code NPAD to get free shipping and 30% off your first order. Athletic Greens: Use our link and get a free 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs with your first purchase. Xanterra Travel Collection: Become and employee and get FREE shared onsite housing. Taos AER: Use code NPAD for 30% off. Sources: Fandom, Only in Your State, YouTube, Justia
After feeling betrayed by his lawyer and the Union Pacific Railroad, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid flee Utah to start a new life in South America. Their lavish lifestyles and gambling habits cause them to make a quick stop and they make a terrible mistake that leads to a manhunt to find them. Their life of crime catches up to them and sparks a mystery that to this day, has yet to be solved. We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you’re listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon to gain access to ad-free episode, bonus content and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook , and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website.   Thank you so much to our partners, check them out!   Cozy Earth: Use code NPAD at checkout for 35% off. Taos AER: Use code NPAD for 30% off. Hello Fresh: Use code NPAD16 for up to 16 free meals and 3 free gifts. Zbiotics: Use code NPAD at checkout for 15% off.
This week we head back to the 1800s in the wild wild west. We follow Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch gang – the most prolific bank and train robbers in outlaw history. Butch Cassidy created an extremely organized group of outlaws who spent their time fleeing authorities on horseback into the most remote areas of Utah, taking sums of money that would be worth millions today.  We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you’re listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon to gain access to ad-free episode, bonus content and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook , and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website.   Thank you so much to our partners, check them out!   Beam: Use code NPAD to get 40% off your first subscription order or 20% a one-time purchase. BetterHelp: Get 10% off your first month of online therapy by using our link Apostrophe: Save $15 off your first visit with code NPAD Microdose: Use code NPAD to get free shipping and 30% off your first order. Sources: NPS, The Last Outlaws by Thom Hatch, History.com, Britannica, History Vault 
Today we sit down with Bruce Poon Tip, the Executive Producer of the 2022 documentary, The Last Tourist. This episode will inspire you to see the world and discusses how to be a more responsible and compassionate traveler. Source: https://thelasttouristfilm.com/about/ Watch The Last Tourist on Apple TV, Hulu, and more. We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you’re listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon to gain access to ad-free episode, bonus content and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook , and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website.  Thank you so much to our partners, check them out!   Feals: Use our link and become a member to get 50% off your first order plus free shipping.  Prose: Use our link for a free in-depth hair consultation and 15% off your first order. First Leaf: Use our link and get your first 6 bottles for $39.95 plus free shipping. Athletic Greens: Use our link and get a free 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs with your first purchase.
Comments (30)

SugarFoot

These ladies are too cute! The Spanish Inquisition rooted out "hearsay." I giggled.

Oct 3rd
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I<3America

Everything in the world has been stolen from someone else. Its human nature and so what do, we do should give it back? No idk if any of you have been on a res(that's what they call it) but they aren't exactly stewards of the land. Their governments are just crooked and abuse their power. No one is innocent here.

Oct 1st
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I<3America

cervas not carvas stop trying to sound fancy

Sep 28th
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Kim Harris

I've heard the rule of thumb is a person isn't dead until they are warm and dead.

Sep 26th
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Lori C.

pronunciations are TERRIBLE still. nails on a chalkboard GOOGLE exists ladies

Sep 5th
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Jello

grizzly man .... owie boo boo... 😢

Aug 30th
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Jenni Godfrey

we def call them "peepers" or "Spring peepers" in Tennessee 😅

Aug 27th
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Matt Garrett

I have to say both Danielle and Cassie are both great natural storytellers. I usually dont like podcasts but there are three I listen to and yall are one of them 👍🙂This is not a criticism but on the episode with you talking about haunted trails the grand canyon aircraft collision with flight United Airlines 718 & TWA flight 2 you mentioned a mayday radio call from 718 to my knowledge of that specific accident there was no call made( before the time of flight data recorders and cockpit voice recorders) they had radio but the collision severed the signal. although because of this accident they established the FAA and nationwide radar and our modern day traffic control system. from my knowledge of this incident both pilots were trying to show the grand canyon off to their passengers when the TWA flight 2 came out of the clouds flight 718 was just to close to him and a collision was unavoidable. Anyway I'm not an NTSB aircraft investigator just an individual with a curious mind for many areas in science and of course all things strange and unexplained Regardless though I'm a huge fan, and you are both natural story tellers. I have a question. I've been hearing about random sets of stairs in the national forests and parks have you heard anything about this? or is this just internet BS that has gotten massive amounts of coverage. I would like your take on this. I've been researching people just vanishing in the parks system. David Palliedes has done a great job bringing this out into the open because he only does the cases with no rational explanation, and he doesn't speculate. which brings credibility to the seriousness of the missing individuals cases. anyway keep on doing what yall do best. In regards to the loss of Ian. I know it seems like the whole will never be filled and honestly it won't be, but the pain will dissipate in time I swear that it will. When I had similar loss the best thing you can do is stay busy.( I wasted two years of my life because of anger and grief)Staying busy keeps your mind focused on productive things and helps you gradually get out of your comforzone without even realizing it. Sincerely, Matt email: MattsSkyIsLimitless@gmail.com

Jul 21st
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Lori C.

I have a love/hate relationship with episodes for areas that I know so this is prob more critical because of rhat. Pronunciations can be determined .... shoot. Google exists. if you are saying you live in the area .... ask a local! Yakima, Squaxin and Enumclaw aren't that bad compared to other native language locations and words. if you say you live that close to the mountain, to truly Get the episode you should have gone to the site in Enumclaw as yes, real location isn't realistic. I wish this story didn't mimic so close to a couple online articles. sorry, I didn't find your pod much different. except for when you put the UFO things on.... 😐. that's an interesting story in and of itself and could have been a standalone topic......... The crew and passengers on this Marine flight do deserve recognition. the story is moving and at least you recognized that part.

Jun 26th
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Charlie

I wish Steve had been eaten

Jun 22nd
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Jessica Thomas

I've listened to the first 31 episodes. I'm not really into true crime/murder but I do love the outdoors! I have enjoyed almost every episode (the ones about kids really make me emotional!) yes sometimes they say words weird but sometimes that's just how you are raised to say things! 😂 I love the survival and adventure episodes!

Jun 21st
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Lori C.

oh my .... some of the pronunciations 🤦🏼‍♀️🤦🏼‍♀️🤦🏼‍♀️😐

Jun 19th
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Charlie

Listening to this episode & they recommend an episode of Joe Rogan's podcast. Now I don't know if I've been accidentally listening to a podcast by extreme right-wingers...yikes

May 28th
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Charlie

I cannot imagine how terrifying the final hours of that poor baby boys life must have been. And I agree the cannibalism theory is disrespectful to the family left behind to mourn. The realistic suffering is horrifying enough on its own.

May 22nd
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Charlie

This is a really interesting podcast. I'm only a few episodes in, but one thing that will stop me binging is how the hosts repeat each other. One of them will make a point, & rather than just agreeing, the other will make exactly the same point, not even really re-worded or expanding on anything. It happens every few minutes, & they both do it. I do wonder if that improves in later episodes once they figure out how to streamline the content, so will continue to listen. People moaning about vocal fry, I think it's just their accents, it doesn't bother me.

May 20th
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GoatDuckHorseElf

Effigy mounds found at a small county park surrounded by farmland. Over the years, tilling the land has destroyed a majority of the mounds, only a few have been preserved. Nitschke Mounds County Park (920) 386-3700 https://maps.app.goo.gl/w9jk7wpfEkrsGNJ78

May 9th
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GoatDuckHorseElf

it will always baffle me that ppl think they can fool predators. Seems we are the fools.

May 4th
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Kit Harrison

26 min. and you finally get to the episode ! C'MON MAN OR WOMAN !

Apr 19th
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SugarFoot

That first story was terrifying! I was mortified.

Apr 16th
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GoatDuckHorseElf

I've gotta comment about promoting bamboo toilet paper. This is an American problem. I suggest trying a bidet.

Apr 14th
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