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Ada and the rest of the expedition team struggle to find food resources and they are all getting weak. Lorne develops a terrible case of scurvy and when the ship they are expecting doesn't show up, they become desperate for survival. 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 our link and code NPAD at checkout for 30% off your first order plus frere shipping. BetterHelp: National Park After Dark is sponsored by BetterHelp. Get 10% off your first month of online therapy by using our link. Apostrophe: Use our link and code NPAD to get for first visit for only $5. Skylight Frame: Get $15 off a Skylight Frame with promo code PARK.
For more than three and a half decades, the disappearance of 12-year-old Jonelle Matthews was a mystery – a riddle neither authorities nor her family members could solve. The residents of her cloistered Colorado hometown had scoured every inch of prairie. Jonelle’s face had been on milk cartons nationwide. Even the President of the United States had appealed to the public for help. Still, every lead had fizzled. Every person of interest had turned out to be a dead end.  Then, in 2019, Jonelle’s remains were unearthed near the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. With the discovery came a troubling new question: Had the truth been hiding in plain sight the entire time? Was the man who couldn’t stop obsessing over Jonelle’s disappearance also the person who took her? From Campside Media and Wondery comes season two of SUSPECT. Former CNN reporter Ashley Fantz and executive producers Matthew Shaer and Eric Benson (Suspect, Over My Dead Body) dig into one of the most mind-bending cold cases in modern history, in an attempt to separate fact and fiction, compulsion from guilt, and true-crime fandom from a motive for murder. Hey Prime Members, listen to the Amazon Music exclusive podcast, SUSPECT: Vanished in the Snow, in the Amazon Music App. Download the app today. http://www.amazon.com/SUS_us_pfd_AA_110122.
In this 3 part series - we tell the story of an arctic expedition and the survival story of Ada Blackjack. Ada, an Inuit woman, joins a team of 4 men to the remote Wrangel Island to prove that it is survivable. As a polar bear nesting ground and known for tumultuous weather conditions, no human has successfully survived here for long. Join us for a LIVE show in Denver! Tickets 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 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! Skylight Frame: Get $15 off a Skylight Frame with promo code PARK. MasterClass: Use our link and give one annual membership to get one free. Uncommon Goods: Use our link and get 15% off your next gift. Resources: Ada BlackJack A true Story of Survival in the Arctic by Jennifer Niven https://www.history.com/news/ada-blackjack-inuit-wrangel-island https://www.britannica.com/place/Wrangel-Island https://whc.unesco.org/en/list/1023/ https://www.nps.gov/bela/index.htm
Trail Tales 17

Trail Tales 17

2022-11-2350:022

Today’s stories include lights over Idaho, forest knocks, tornado camping and Colorado moms. All stories shared with consent. Join us for a LIVE show in Denver! Tickets 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 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. MasterClass: Use our link and give one annual membership to get one free. Uncommon Goods: Use our link and get 15% off your next gift. 
The collab you’ve been waiting for! Today we are joined by Wes, Jeff and Mike of Tooth & Claw Podcast. We head back to Great Smoky Mountains National Park to share the tragic tale of Glenda Ann Bradley, the first person to be killed by a black bear in US National Park History. The T&C crew share their extensive knowledge on how to enjoy recreating in bear country safely, dissect what likely happened that day in the park and underline how wild and wonderful these animals are. Join us for a LIVE show in Denver! Tickets HERE Check out Tooth and Claw on Apple , Spotify , or wherever you get your podcasts!  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: National Park After Dark is sponsored by BetterHelp. Get 10% off your first month of online therapy by using our link. Apostrophe: Use our link and code NPAD to get for first visit for only $5. Skylight Frame: Get $15 off a Skylight Frame with promo code PARK. Burn Wild: Listen to all 8 episodes of Burn Wild wherever you listen to podcasts.
We all hope to get through life unscathed. No one wants to experience a traumatic event, as they inevitably come hand in hand with suffering. It may be immediate, or, it may take a lifetime, but according to studies on PTSD and trauma – an overwhelming amount of people who will experience a traumatic event in their lifetimes, were changed in fundamental, positive, ways. Donnie Priest was just 10 years old when the plane carrying his family crashed just outside of Yosemite National Park, killing all on board except for him. His incredible story of survival was only the beginning - it was what he went on to do with his life that would up being the true inspiration.  Join us for a LIVE show in Denver! Tickets 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 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! Miracle Brand: Use our link and code NPAD to claim your free 3 piece towel set and save over 40%. Prose: Use our link for a free in-depth hair consultation and 15% off your first order. Skylight Frame: Get $15 off a Skylight Frame with promo code PARK. StoryWorth: Use our link and save $10 on your first purchase. Sources: NPCA, The Porterville Reporter, SF Gate, World Wildlife, The Reporter, Time
Trail Tales 16

Trail Tales 16

2022-11-1058:09

Today’s stories include making the papers, plane crashes, magical moments, keeping connected, cougar encounters and wrestling in the swamps. Two bonus stories for Outsiders available on Patreon. 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! Beam: Get 50% off when you follow the link and use code CYBER at checkout. Lomi: Use our link and code NPAD to get $50 off your Lomi. Microdose: Use code NPAD to get free shipping and 30% off your first order. Apostrophe: Use our link and code NPAD to get for first visit for only $5.
For this episode we follow the 72 year battle for women to have the right to vote. Women are beaten, tortured, spit on, and imprisoned. But one night in history was especially brutal. Today The Night of Terror serves as a reminder of female solidarity and resistance. It is a reminder of how strong and powerful women are and just how much they are willing to fight and sacrifice for their rights. For more information on the history of the Women's Movement, check out these videos! Women's Suffrage - FilmArchivesNYC Women's Suffrage - PBS 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! Skylight Frame: Get $15 off a Skylight Frame with promo code PARK. Reel: Use our link and promo code NPAD to sign up for a subscription and get 30% off your first order plus free shipping. BetterHelp: National Park After Dark is sponsored by BetterHelp. Get 10% off your first month of online therapy by using our link. Hello Fresh: Use our link and code npad65 for 65% off plus free shipping. Sources: History, Wikipedia, A Mighty Girl, History (2), National Archive , Declaration of Sentiments, Jailed for Freedom by Doris Stevens
The Generation Why Podcast released its first episode in 2012 and pioneered the true crime genre in the podcasting world. Two friends, Aaron & Justin, break down theories and give their opinions on unsolved murders, controversies, mysteries and conspiracies. One of the longest running true crime podcasts out there, Generation Why has a little something for every true crime listener. Follow The Generation Why Podcast on Amazon Music, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Or you can listen ad-free by joining Wondery Plus in the Wondery app. Listen here:  wondery.fm/genwhy_npad
Rumors. We’ve all heard one, spread one or have been directly involved in one. More often than not, by the time these tall tales reach your ears – whatever story your hearing is muddled. Murky and questionable details lie in layers, coating whatever grain of truth there may be at the center, and finding that grain can be difficult. Today we return to Death Valley National Park to investigate legends and tall tales in a search for that grain of truth, because more often than not, where there’s smoke, there’s fire. Join us for a LIVE show in Denver! Tickets 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 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! Blissy: Use our link and code NPAD to get an additional 30% off. BetterHelp: National Park After Dark is sponsored by BetterHelp. Get 10% off your first month of online therapy by using our link. Stamps:  Sign up with promo code NPAD for a special offer that includes a 4-week trial, plus free postage, and a free digital scale. Away: Use our link and start your 100-day trial. Sources: History,NPS,Weird Tales, Wikipedia, History Daily, Discover Magazine , Only In Your State, Stuff They Don’t Want You To Know Podcast, Wikipedia (2)
In the mid 1800's a mysterious man deemed one of the Apostle Islands as his own, and left society to be a hermit. He was known to not approve of visitors and would remove them by force. When he turns up murdered, rumors spread that there is a buried treasure on the island. 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. Lomi: Use our link and code NPAD to get $50 off your Lomi. Blissy: Use our link and code NPAD to get an additional 30% off. Sources: https://www.wisconsinshipwrecks.org/Attraction/Details/303?region=ByAttractionType https://www.lakesuperior.com/the-lake/the-ghost-of-hermit-island/ https://www.nps.gov/apis/learn/historyculture/on-the-trail-of-the-island-hermit.htm https://boingboing.net/2011/08/10/preserving-human-history-in-a-national-park.html
Today we sit down with National Geographic Explorer and Wildlife Ecologist, Dr. Rae Wynn Grant. She dives deep into how she became a Wildlife Ecologist and how she was able to start working with National Geographic. She has spent her career exploring some of the wildest places on the planet, conducting research on animals like Lions, Tigers, Bears, oh and Lemurs.  In this episode Dr. Rae Wynn Grant inspires us and educates us on how we can all contribute to conservation. Don't forget to check out her podcast, Going Wild with Dr. Rae Wynn Grant, where she tells stories of what working in wild places entails. You can listen on all podcasting platforms. 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! HelloFresh: Use our link and code NPAD65 for 65% off plus free shipping. Microdose: Use code NPAD to get free shipping and 30% off your first order.
Jurassic Park. The Lazrus Effect. Frankenstein. All of these stories emulate our fascination with turning back the clock, to revive those which we have lost. In a time where technological advances have matched our curiosity with the past. No longer is the question if we can bring back species from the dead – but rather, should we? 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! Factor: Use our link and code NPAD60 to get 60% off your first box. BetterHelp: National Park After Dark is sponsored by 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. Aspiration - Make your dollars make a difference. Use our link and open an Aspiration account today. Sources: National Geographic, The Atlantic, Scientific American, CNN, TechnologyWorks, Pleistocene Park, BBVA, Quanta Magazine , Mongabay News, Tasmania Parks & Wildlife, Smithsonian, Natural History, National Geographic, Griffith University, Colossal, Pleistocene Park, YouTube, Wikipedia, Mammoth, Science
Today we explore the moorelands of Exmoor National Park. From rolling hills, wild ponies, and beautiful cliff side towns, this is a place to add to your bucket list. While it is beautiful, it is also the home of one of the spookiest castles in England. We're taking a deep dive into all the ghostly happenings and terrifying history before we head out to the hill side for a good ole' British Afternoon Tea. 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! Prose: Use our link for a free in-depth hair consultation and 15% off your first order. Beam: Use our link and code NPAD to get up to 40% off . Sources: https://castrumtocastle.com/english-castles/somerset-dunster-castle/ https://www.dunster.info/dunster-castle-an-overview-of-1000-years-of-historical-journey/ https://castrumtocastle.com/blogs/dunster-castle-ghost-stories/ https://www.exmoor-nationalpark.gov.uk https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/holnicote-estate/features/eating-and-shopping-at-the-holnicote-estate-
Trail Tales 15

Trail Tales 15

2022-10-0601:03:071

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. 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

2022-09-2257:032

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
Comments (33)

I<3America

I would do bright angel trail( Grand Canyon), Greer and Sedona again. Beyond AMAZING. I love any hike in AZ.

Nov 20th
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I<3America

Makes my heart hurt for you. Live everyday as your last and love hard. Rip Ian

Nov 17th
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Lucinda Rafter

just found your pod cast today and enjoying it while canning hot and spicy green enchalada sauce! love the baby monitor and mountain lion in the house stories! I even order the gummies you shared with your Mom in law! I'll keep listening, thank you for doing what you two do!

Oct 17th
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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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