8 episodes

A podcast series about unsolved cases in Alaska. Season One: An Alaskan podcaster investigates the puzzling disappearance of Erin Marie Gilbert, who vanished from a festival in Girdwood, Alaska on July 1, 1995.

Through interviews with family members, law enforcement, and a myriad of witnesses and Alaskan characters, the host traces the events leading up to her disappearance, why the case remains unsolved after 24 years, and her family’s continued quest for the truth.

Alaska Unsolved Pod Peak

    • True Crime
    • 4.2, 324 Ratings

A podcast series about unsolved cases in Alaska. Season One: An Alaskan podcaster investigates the puzzling disappearance of Erin Marie Gilbert, who vanished from a festival in Girdwood, Alaska on July 1, 1995.

Through interviews with family members, law enforcement, and a myriad of witnesses and Alaskan characters, the host traces the events leading up to her disappearance, why the case remains unsolved after 24 years, and her family’s continued quest for the truth.

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
324 Ratings

324 Ratings

Ashley Claude ,

Really great podcast

I didn't know what to expect, being from Alaska myself, but this was a really good listen. I'm not all the way through, but my heart goes out to the Gilbert family.

hjortians ,

2 stars for earnestness

So many things were not good. First, why did this random guy think he could solve it? Second, is he trying to sell his music? He injects his acoustic music in places that seem inappropriate for the subject matter. Third, the other music is irritating and too loud, and there’s too much of it. Fourth, he found out nothing more than a simple Reddit search would give you in 5 minutes and you could save a few hours. Don’t bother. I’ve listened to a lot of these and this is worst amongst them.

7MaggiePR ,

Is all about me...

Another podcast for which the host uses a tragic real story to talk about - spoiler alert - THEMSELVES! There is an early giveaway at around the three and a half minute mark of the first episode; and I quote: "to understand how my path would eventually merge with Ellys' story..." So yes, the negative comments are true. His story telling style (not content) is good so he gets points for that. In the future, people will refer to our current epoch as the "I (me)" times. Moving on!

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