43 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 • 376 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: The Gun In The Box

    Dead & Gone in Wyoming: The Gun In The Box

    38 years after a young man, Eric James "Jim" Cooper, disappeared from downtown Jackson, Wyoming, speculation and theories abound.Answers have been much harder to find.Interact with the show on Twitter (@wyomingpodcast) and by email (wyomingpodcast@gmail.com (mailto:wyomingpodcast@gmail.com)). Special thanks to our Patreon supporters: www.Patreon.com/WyomingPodcast (http://www.patreon.com/WyomingPodcast)

    • 26 min
    Dead & Gone in Wyoming: At Dawn on the Hoback River

    Dead & Gone in Wyoming: At Dawn on the Hoback River

    In June 1984, Lisa Ehlers left Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and never came home.
    Her notorious murder remained unsolved for 25 years, until authorities made a shocking arrest.
    But, even today, this story remains far from over.
    Sources for this episode include The Jackson Hole News, and The Casper Star-Tribune.
    Thank you for your Patreon support! www.Patreon.com/WyomingPodcast (http://www.patreon.com/WyomingPodcast)
    Follow Scott on Twitter: @wyomingpodcast
    Or email: wyomingpodcast@gmail.com (mailto:wyomingpodcast@gmail.com)

    • 41 min
    Dead & Gone in Wyoming: The Stolen Legacy of Renee Yeargain

    Dead & Gone in Wyoming: The Stolen Legacy of Renee Yeargain

    In 2004, an abandoned station wagon was found along a highway between Torrington and Casper.But the vehicle's driver hasn't been seen or heard from since.

    Thank you for listening to each episode of Dead & Gone in Wyoming.

    Email us: wyomingpodcast@gmail.com (mailto:wyomingpodcast@gmail.com)
    Interact with us: www.Twitter.com/WyomingPodcast (http://www.twitter.com/WyomingPodcast)
    Support is: www.Patreon.com/WyomingPodcast (http://www.patreon.com/WyomingPodcast)

    • 25 min
    Dead & Gone in Wyoming: Walking The Floor Over You

    Dead & Gone in Wyoming: Walking The Floor Over You

    In the summer of 1954, a terribly devised love triangle ends in the death of a 27-year-old woman in Casper, Wyoming.

    Sources for this episode: WyomingTalesAndTrails.com, Casper Star-Tribune, and Hartford Courant.

    Email Scott at wyomingpodcast@gmail.com (mailto:wyomingpodcast@gmail.com), and support the show while receiving exclusive episodes and other content here: www.patreon.com/wyomingpodcast (http://www.patreon.com/wyomingpodcast)






























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    • 27 min
    The Gettysburg Address

    The Gettysburg Address

    "As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words but to live by them."
    - John F. KennedyEnjoy the long weekend, but spend some time in appreciation and recognition of those who have given their lives for the rest of us.Thank you for your support of the podcast!

    • 5 min
    Dead & Gone in Wyoming Bonus Episode: Into A February Night

    Dead & Gone in Wyoming Bonus Episode: Into A February Night

    In nearly two years of telling stories of the missing and murdered in The Cowboy State, we've come across many cases which couldn't be included in the main episodes of the podcast. So these shorter, extra episodes are now being made available to Patreon supporters of Dead & Gone In Wyoming.

    On this preview Bonus Episode: a 13-year-old boy at a group home in Casper seems to vanish in the middle of the night. Now, nearly two decades later, there remain only questions surrounding what happened to Justin Harris.

    • 12 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
376 Ratings

376 Ratings

neoexcello ,

Great storyteller

Thanks for all the research and great storytelling

Jennifer G Johnson ,

So Wyoming, so thoughtful, so thought provoking

I cannot tell you how excited I get when I see a new episode drop in my Patreon.
You are doing such an excellent job of bringing up some amazing stories and presenting them with such care.
When you have pondered certain aspects of each case and present your listener with thoughtful questions to chew on, this query brings the listener into the story and makes them change the angle of their perspective. I deeply appreciate your own honest thoughts on each case.
I have written reviews on Patreon and now this platform and I hope you know they come from a profound respect for what you are doing.
I do,however, have a request:
This is a case from Rawlins that I hope you will cover. It is a case close to me and I have always wanted fresh eyes on the details. I was a young girl when it all happened so it is not a new case. I grew up with the girls, now strong , independent, and educated women. I know them, respect them and would never request a public telling of their story unless I knew it could be done right and with the utmost care.
You are, in my humble opinion, the only person who could tell this story with dignity.
I also believe this story needs to be told to whomever will listen so as to instill in them that our children, even in this small state, need to have the watchfulness of a village on them to keep them safe.
Thank you for all of your hardwork,
Sincerely, Jennifer Johnson

M. Bess ,

One of the BEST

Simply put, amazing storytelling!!! I look forward to every new episode!!!

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