18 episodes

From Scott Fuller, the host of the Frozen Truth Podcast. Every, month we tell the story of a murder or mystery in the wild west history of the remarkable state of Wyoming. Produced by Scott Fuller for the 10Cast Network and brought to you by the team at county10.com.



Cover art photo cred to: bluedoorphotography.co

Dead & Gone in Wyoming Scott Fuller for the 10Cast Network

    • True Crime
    • 4.8, 190 Ratings

From Scott Fuller, the host of the Frozen Truth Podcast. Every, month we tell the story of a murder or mystery in the wild west history of the remarkable state of Wyoming. Produced by Scott Fuller for the 10Cast Network and brought to you by the team at county10.com.



Cover art photo cred to: bluedoorphotography.co

    Dead & Gone in Wyoming: What Happened to Ivan Schaefer?

    Dead & Gone in Wyoming: What Happened to Ivan Schaefer?

    In 1995, Riverton hunter Ivan Schaefer set out into the Tetons on an elk hunting trip with two companions, and was never seen again.







    Among the usual suspects – bears and bitter cold – this story may yield something deeper, and darker, and just below the surface of the frozen Wyoming ground.







    Dead & Gone in Wyoming is written, produced, and narrated by Scott Fuller.







    Fuller is also the host of the Frozen Truth Podcast.







    For more Wyoming podcasts, follow 10Cast.







    To support Dead & Gone in Wyoming on Patreon, click here.







    To reach the show or to inquire about sponsorship opportunities, please e-mail: 10cast@county10.com

    • 22 min
    Dead & Gone in Wyoming: Bitter Creek Betty and Sheridan’s Jane Doe

    Dead & Gone in Wyoming: Bitter Creek Betty and Sheridan’s Jane Doe

    This month: two of Wyoming’s oldest and most notorious unsolved and unidentified murders.







    28 years ago, the bodies of two young women were found off I-80 and I-90 in Wyoming.







    It was feared neither case would ever be solved… until last month.







    For more information about the DNA technology referenced in this episode, visit GEDmatch.com 







    Dead & Gone in Wyoming is written, produced, and narrated by Scott Fuller.







    Fuller is also the host of the Frozen Truth Podcast.







    For more Wyoming podcasts, follow 10Cast.







    To support Dead & Gone in Wyoming on Patreon, click here.







    To reach the show or to inquire about sponsorship opportunities, please e-mail: 10cast@county10.com

    • 25 min
    Dead & Gone in Wyoming: The Great Basin Killer

    Dead & Gone in Wyoming: The Great Basin Killer

    Between 1983 and 1997, at least nine young women were violently assaulted and dumped along highways within the Great Basin, from the Rockies to the Sierra Nevada.







    Their murders remain unsolved today.







    Dead & Gone in Wyoming is written, produced, and narrated by Scott Fuller.







    Fuller is also the host of the Frozen Truth Podcast.







    For more Wyoming podcasts, follow 10Cast.







    To support Dead & Gone in Wyoming on Patreon, click here.







    To reach the show or to inquire about sponsorship opportunities, please e-mail: 10cast@county10.com

    • 26 min
    Dead & Gone in Wyoming: Lil’ Miss

    Dead & Gone in Wyoming: Lil’ Miss

    In March 1988, an 18-year-old young woman left Colorado on a trip to Montana. Lisa Marie Kimmell, and her vehicle, disappeared along the way somewhere in Wyoming.







    Dead & Gone in Wyoming is written, produced, and narrated by Scott Fuller.







    Fuller is also the host of the Frozen Truth Podcast.







    Dead & Gone in Wyoming is made possible by the Hampton Inn and Suites in Riverton, Wyoming.







    For more Wyoming podcasts, follow 10Cast.







    To support Dead & Gone in Wyoming on Patreon, click here.

    • 30 min
    Dead & Gone in Wyoming: The Vehar Bombing

    Dead & Gone in Wyoming: The Vehar Bombing

    In 1977, three people were killed inside an Evanston, Wyoming home when a bomb exploded while a family slept inside.







    The people of the small town were stunned at the murders of their long-serving former County Attorney and his wife and child. But, nobody could have imagined how complicated the rest of this story would be.







    Dead & Gone in Wyoming is written, produced, and narrated by Scott Fuller.







    Fuller is also the host of the Frozen Truth Podcast.







    Dead & Gone in Wyoming is made possible by the Hampton Inn and Suites in Riverton, Wyoming.







    For more Wyoming podcasts, follow 10Cast.







    To support Dead & Gone in Wyoming on Patreon, click here.

    • 34 min
    Dead & Gone in Wyoming: Indigenous

    Dead & Gone in Wyoming: Indigenous

    This month’s episode focuses on the issue of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women.







    Native women are killed at a rate up to 10 times higher than the national average, and 84% will experience violence in their lifetime.







    Cases from this episode come from Wyoming’s only Indian Reservation, one of the largest in the country, along with some hopeful commentary that this issue might be resolved.







    Dead & Gone in Wyoming is written, produced, and narrated by Scott Fuller.







    Fuller is also the host of the Frozen Truth Podcast.







    Dead & Gone in Wyoming is made possible by the Hampton Inn and Suites in Riverton, Wyoming.







    For more Wyoming podcasts, follow 10Cast.







    To support Dead & Gone in Wyoming on Patreon, click here.

    • 34 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
190 Ratings

190 Ratings

StephyG2020 ,

Vehar episode

I’m related to Mark Hopkinson and some of it seems like you relied on information from people who didn’t know him as well. There are some mispronunciations of the names as well. Overall I enjoyed the episode however!

Bristle cone ,

Great stories, great voice.

I’m really glad I found this :)
This podcast deserves more attention

littlemissKMS ,

One of the Best

Truly this is among the best true crime podcasts I’ve had the pleasure of listening to. It’s up there with Dave Cawley’s Cold. Thoroughly researched, superbly written, and beautifully presented. I’m a professional researcher and writer so I know quality when I hear it. Also, I love the niche of this show - it’s about cases I’ve never heard of from a state I’d never really considered for crime. Keep up the fantastic work. I need more episodes!

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