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.
Don't Give Up
Reflections on what's been learned about Erin Gilbert's case, and a final conversation with her sister, Stephanie.
Evan tries to tie up loose ends, but many questions remain.
Taking a closer look at the days and weeks after Erin disappeared, Evan talks to family members, eye-witnesses, and an Alaskan search and rescue professional.
Cold Case, AK
Curious about the investigations that took place after Erin Gilbert disappeared, Evan interviews a retired Alaska State Trooper, who also happens to be the lone investigator for the venerable Cold Case Unit.
The Forest Fair
New questions emerge when Evan takes a closer look at the details surrounding Erin Gilbert's disappearance from the Girdwood Forest Fair on July 1, 1995.
Erin Marie Gilbert
Hoping to learn more about who Erin Gilbert was as a person, Evan reaches out to some of Erin Gilbert's closest friends from childhood and high school.
Pretty good pod , good story telling and facts I’ve never heard from other one off pods , worth a listen .
This was the first podcast I got fully invested in. I listened as it was coming out and relistened recently. I am so happy Erin’s story is still being told and the case is still being looked into. I’m wondering if more Alaskan Mysteries will be delved into here. Our home state of Alaska can be quite a scary place and we have many unsolved cases.
Weaves a tapestry
The writer and host has a vision and memory of the times and places where this situation took place. I appreciate the honesty of the reporting, the music, and pace of which it is told.
The loss never ends for those involved, which is made clear, and an important reminder to the rest of us.