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Sometimes the most beautiful places hide the darkest secrets.

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Sometimes the most beautiful places hide the darkest secrets.

    The Hitchhiker

    The Hitchhiker

    In 1983, one man’s kind gesture to give a hitchhiker and his dog a ride into Glacier National Park, ends in murder and a manhunt that spanned from California, to Canada and eventually Mexico. Scott David Steel’s hopscotch pattern of crimes throughout the 1980’s and 2000’s leads investigators down a dark road of robbery, renegade behavior and remorselessness that spanned almost 40 years.

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    • 25 min
    The Hunter

    The Hunter

    In a matter of four months between late 2007 and early 2008, drifter Gary Michael Hilton went on a killing rampage in national parklands across three states on America’s East Coast. He left a 4-victim body count for authorities to piece together. He used the cover and isolation of park trails and campgrounds to stalk and murder his victims. However, even after his arrest, authorities became convinced that his murderous crimes could go back much further than anyone ever thought.

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    • 46 min
    Trailer

    Trailer

    Park Predators is an 11-part series hosted by Delia D'Ambra coming on July 7th, 2020.
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    • 1 min

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873 Ratings

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Flowers Guilt

To Rachel from Texas...you really should know what you are talking about before you show your blatant ignorance/stupidity on a subject where you clearly haven’t a clue as to what Ashley Flowers has done to other professional journalists, writers and Podcasters. She with no remorse plagiarized other podcast scripts and copyrighted newspaper editorial and documentary pieces word for word...not just a fact of an actual murder or incident...but exactly stole word for word from others which has been reported on by the New York Times, Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, just to name a few and also verified by the journalists, attorneys, news organizations and the rightful owners of the podcast scripts. You have been listening to a podcast of Ashley Flowers who was reading stolen scripts written by Podcasts without any permission whatsoever such as Robin Warder’s “The Trail Went Cold”, Esther Ludlow’s “Once Upon a Crime”, Steven Pacheco’s “Trace Evidence”, and Investigative Journalist Cathy Frye from the Arkansas “Democratic Gazetter Reporter”...and this is only a hand few of scripts plagiarized by Flowers. Flowers also buys written reviews and five star ratings for Apple Podcasts/ITunes so even her standing as a top show is done by trickery but you wouldn’t know this either because you have done absolutely no research on her immoral and unremorseful activities. So Rachel from Texas, before you speak, do your research.

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