Stories from everyday people about things that don't happen everyday.
The Library Built on a Cemetery and What Got Left Behind
Despite their best efforts to remove all the bodies from a cemetery in Green River, Wyoming, remains of people and their graves continue to be found under and around The Sweetwater County Library. In addition to physical items, staff and visitors have also claimed to have frightening and unusual encounters there. We interview two people who've worked there about some the weird things they've seen and heard there.
If you visit The Sweetwater County Library, please be respectful and remember that it is first and foremost a library.
Please check out Micki Gilmore's book about the library Spirits in the Stacks: Tales from Sweetwater County's haunted library
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The American Dream and the Mountain View Drive Inn
Harold Slagowski started construction on what would become a local landmark over fifty years ago using a Skill saw. Today it remains independent and still going, selling thick hamburgers with handmade patties and thick milkshakes. We ask Harold what got it started and what kept it going.
Please eat at the Mountain View Drive Inn located at 551 WY-414, Mountain View, WY 82939.
Forbes article about how many businesses fail in the first few years.
When your soda loving Bison gets murdered and mutilated - yes this really is a true story
In the late 1990's CJ Young's orange soda loving bison Ralphie was found mutilated. This is their story.
A Strange Encounter in Wyoming's Wind River Mountains
In the early 1970's, John Mionczynski was studying Big Horn Sheep in Wyoming's Wind River Mountains when something happened that would change his life forever.
Why no bones?
Numbers of Black Bear in Oregon
What throws better? Primates or People?
Sasquatch: Legend Meets Science - Dr Jeff Meldrum
The Relic Hominoid Inquiry
The Scientist Grover Krantz Risked It All... Chasing Bigfoot
Scientist John Bindernagel Spent Decades Stalking Sasquatch
In 1958, "Bandits" Robbed The Uinta County State Bank & Used Horses to Escape
Only about a decade before Neil Armstrong would walk on the moon, a posse was called in in Mountain View, Wyoming to hunt two "masked bandits" who robbed the Uinta County State Bank and then fled on horseback into the Uinta Mountains.
Cattle Mutilations in The Bridger Valley of Wyoming in the mid 1970s.
In the mid 1970’s, ranchers in Wyoming’s Bridger Valley suffered extensive cattle mutilations with little explanation of why or who was behind it. Former Uinta County Sheriff Leonard Hysell shares his memories of the mutilations as well as who he believes was behind it all.
Army: Nerve Agent Near Dead Utah sheep in ’68 – Jim Woolf. The Salt Lake Tribune 1998
Did Dugway Conduct Over 600 Radiation Tests? - Lee Davidson. The Deseret News 1994.
US Army Chemical Materials Activity - Staff. US Army Chemical Materials Agency 2012.
Really random stories here, but great stories. This show is always interesting.
Look forward to every episode, even growing up in Wyoming there are a bunch of stories I have never heard of before. Great podcast Dean!
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Wow brother what a great podcast love the topics you talk about and the stories are very interesting, keep up the great work !