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In this final episode I look at another disappearance on the PCT, and I discuss some possible sightings of Kris and the theories surrounding his disappearance.I want to thank everyone who took part in this series and helped bring Kris' story to life. I want to especially thank Sally for taking so much time to talk to me and being open to this series. I hope we bring Kris home soon. If you know anything about Kris' disappearance, please contact the Yakima County Sheriff's office at 509-574-2500.Support me on Patreon hereBring Kris Fowler Home Facebook Page---DISCLAIMER:The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are that of the creator and do not necessarily reflect that of any of the guests on this show. Assumptions or commentary made in the analysis are not reflective of the position of any entity other than the creator – and, since I am a critically-thinking human being, these views are always subject to change, revision, correction, or rethinking at any time.---FACEBOOK: @MissingUnexplainedPodINSTAGRAM: @missingunexplainedpodTWITTER: @missingXpodEMAIL: tyler@themissingpod.comWEBSITE: themissingpod.comCredits: Theme Music: Premium Beat, Dark Woods by Colorfilm Music VO Music: Epidemic Sound, Ever So Blue by Demure Artwork: Photo from Unsplash (Shapelined), design by Tyler Hooper Writing, Producing, Interviewing, and Editing: Tyler Hooper Sound Engineering and Mastering: Manfred Lotz Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/tylerhooper)
With the storm of the decade headed towards the Pacific Northwest and Washington State, Kris and other hikers hesitated on whether to continue hiking the PCT. Ultimately, Kris was determined to hike Washington state in its entirety. After re-supplying in Packwood, on October 12, 2016, Kris started out on the trail near the White Pass trailhead and seemingly vanished into the woods. Thank you to Pickles, Sally, David, and Aaron who chatted with me for this episode.If you know anything about Kris' disappearance, please contact the Yakima County Sheriff's office at 509-574-2500.Support me on Patreon hereBring Kris Fowler Home Facebook Page---DISCLAIMER:The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are that of the creator and do not necessarily reflect that of any of the guests on this show. Assumptions or commentary made in the analysis are not reflective of the position of any entity other than the creator – and, since I am a critically-thinking human being, these views are always subject to change, revision, correction, or rethinking at any time.---FACEBOOK: @MissingUnexplainedPodINSTAGRAM: @missingunexplainedpodTWITTER: @missingXpodEMAIL: tyler@themissingpod.comWEBSITE: themissingpod.comCredits: Theme Music: Premium Beat, Dark Woods by Colorfilm Music VO Music: Epidemic Sound, The Miner by Both Are Infinite Artwork: Photo from Unsplash (Shapelined), design by Tyler Hooper Writing, Producing, Interviewing, and Editing: Tyler Hooper Sound Engineering and Mastering: Manfred Lotz Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/tylerhooper)
In this second episode I look at Kris' time on the PCT. We hear from a Korean film crew that interviewed Kris and I talk to someone who, upon meeting Kris, was immediately drawn to him. I want to thank Colin, Amber and, of course, Sally for letting me talk to them for this episode. If you know anything about Kris' disappearance, please contact the Yakima County Sheriff's office at 509-574-2500. Support me on Patreon hereBring Kris Fowler Home Facebook Page ---DISCLAIMER:The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are that of the creator and do not necessarily reflect that of any of the guests on this show. Assumptions or commentary made in the analysis are not reflective of the position of any entity other than the creator – and, since I am a critically-thinking human being, these views are always subject to change, revision, correction, or rethinking at any time.---FACEBOOK: @MissingUnexplainedPodINSTAGRAM: @missingunexplainedpodTWITTER: @missingXpodEMAIL: tyler@themissingpod.comWEBSITE: themissingpod.comCredits: Theme Music: Premium Beat, Dark Woods by Colorfilm Music VO Music: Epidemic Sound, For the Weary by Bonnie Grace Artwork: Photo from Unsplash (Shapelined), design by Tyler Hooper Writing, Producing, Interviewing, and Editing: Tyler Hooper Sound Engineering and Mastering: Manfred Lotz Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/tylerhooper)
In this first episode I explore Kris' life prior to deciding to hike the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT). I chat with his stepmother, Sally, about Kris' childhood, and chat with Jeff, one of Kris' best friends, about his time in school and university. Ultimately, a major shift in Kris' life prompts him to start planning to hike the PCT with his friend Colin. Support me on Patreon hereBring Kris Fowler Home Facebook Page---DISCLAIMER:The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are that of the creator and do not necessarily reflect that of any of the guests on this show. Assumptions or commentary made in the analysis are not reflective of the position of any entity other than the creator – and, since I am a critically-thinking human being, these views are always subject to change, revision, correction, or rethinking at any time.---FACEBOOK: @MissingUnexplainedPodINSTAGRAM: @missingunexplainedpodTWITTER: @missingXpodEMAIL: tyler@themissingpod.comWEBSITE: themissingpod.comCredits: Theme Music: Premium Beat, Dark Woods by Colorfilm Music VO Music: Epidemic Sound, Sincerity by Gavin LukeArtwork: Photo from Unsplash (Shapelined), design by Tyler Hooper Writing, Producing, Interviewing, and Editing: Tyler Hooper Sound Engineering and Mastering: Manfred Lotz Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/tylerhooper)
On Mother’s Day, May 8, 2016, 34-year-old Kris Fowler set out the Pacific Crest Trail, a 2,653 mile hike stretching from Mexico to Canada, all through the west coast of the United States. But on October 12, with less than 400 miles to go on the trail, Kris, who had stopped in Packwood Washington for supplies, set off to resume the PCT near White Pass in the Cascade mountain range. Kris was hoping to get ahead of a brewing storm, one that people would later claim was the biggest Washington State had experienced in decades.  As other hikers left the trail to wait out the inclement weather, Kris, in his sandals, set off into the dense Washington wilderness and seemingly vanished into the thick wilderness of the Pacific Northwest.Support me on Patreon here.---DISCLAIMER:The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are that of the creator and do not necessarily reflect that of any of the guests on this show. Assumptions or commentary made in the analysis are not reflective of the position of any entity other than the creator – and, since I am a critically-thinking human being, these views are always subject to change, revision, correction, or rethinking at any time.---FACEBOOK: @MissingUnexplainedPodINSTAGRAM: @missingunexplainedpodTWITTER: @missingXpodEMAIL: tyler@themissingpod.comWEBSITE: themissingpod.comCredits: Music: Premium Beat, Dark Woods by Colorfilm Music Artwork: Photo from Unsplash (Shapelined), design by Tyler Hooper Writing, Producing, Interviewing, and Editing: Tyler Hooper Sound Engineering and Mastering: Manfred Lotz Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/tylerhooper)
DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are that of the creator and do not necessarily reflect that of any of the guests on this show. Assumptions or commentary made in the analysis are not reflective of the position of any entity other than the creator – and, since I am a critically-thinking human being, these views are always subject to change, revision, correction, or rethinking at any time. ---In this fourth episode I talk to Corporal Jennifer Sparkes, a missing persons investigator from the RCMP, and I continue my talk with editor of Sun Peaks Independent News, Jean Strong, and Heather, about what may have happened to Ryan. This is the last episode (for now) on the disappearance of Ryan Shtuka. --- Feel free to check social media for more information and updates: FACEBOOK: @PodcastfortheMissing INSTAGRAM: @apodcastforthemissing TWITTER: @podcast4missing EMAIL: apodcastforthemissing@gmail.com If you would like to know more about Ryan's case, please visit: https://ryanshtuka.com/---Credits: Intro/Outro Music: Premium Beat, Dark Woods by Colorfilm Music VO Music: Epidemic Sound, Blue Adrian by 369Artwork: Photo from Unsplash (Shapelined), design by Tyler Hooper  Writing, Producing, Interviewing, and Editing: Tyler Hooper Sound Engineering and Mastering: Manfred Lotz Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/tylerhooper)
DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are that of the creator and do not necessarily reflect that of any of the guests on this show. Assumptions or commentary made in the analysis are not reflective of the position of any entity other than the creator – and, since I am a critically-thinking human being, these views are always subject to change, revision, correction, or rethinking at any time. ---In this third episode I talk to Heather about searching for Ryan, as well as Alan Hobler from SAR Kamloops, and Gerry Tremblay, a volunteer, who helped organize and conduct the search for Ryan. --- Feel free to check social media for more information and updates: FACEBOOK: @PodcastfortheMissing INSTAGRAM: @apodcastforthemissing TWITTER: @podcast4missing EMAIL: apodcastforthemissing@gmail.com If you would like to know more about Ryan's case, please visit: https://ryanshtuka.com/---Credits: Intro/Outro Music: Premium Beat, Dark Woods by Colorfilm Music VO Music: Epidemic Sound, Fracture by Jakob AhlbomArtwork: Photo from Unsplash (Shapelined), design by Tyler Hooper  Writing, Producing, Interviewing, and Editing: Tyler Hooper Sound Engineering and Mastering: Manfred Lotz Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/tylerhooper)
DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are that of the creator and do not necessarily reflect that of any of the guests on this show. Assumptions or commentary made in the analysis are not reflective of the position of any entity other than the creator – and, since I am a critically-thinking human being, these views are always subject to change, revision, correction, or rethinking at any time. ---In this second episode I talk to Jean Strong, the editor of Sun Peaks Independent News, about the town of Sun Peaks, and I continue my conversation with Ryan's mother Heather Shtuka about Ryan's time in Sun Peaks before going missing. --- Feel free to check social media for more information and updates: FACEBOOK: @PodcastfortheMissing INSTAGRAM: @apodcastforthemissing TWITTER: @podcast4missing EMAIL: apodcastforthemissing@gmail.com If you would like to know more about Ryan's case, please visit: https://ryanshtuka.com/---Credits: Intro/Outro Music: Premium Beat, Dark Woods by Colorfilm Music VO Music: Epidemic Sound, Partners in Crime by Christoffer Moe DitlevsenArtwork: Photo from Unsplash (Shapelined), design by Tyler Hooper  Writing, Producing, Interviewing, and Editing: Tyler Hooper Sound Engineering and Mastering: Manfred Lotz 
DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are that of the creator and do not necessarily reflect that of any of the guests on this show. Assumptions or commentary made in the analysis are not reflective of the position of any entity other than the creator – and, since I am a critically-thinking human being, these views are always subject to change, revision, correction, or rethinking at any time. ---In this first episode I talk to Ryan's mother Heather Shtuka, and Ryan's friend Daniel Perrault, who candidly discuss Ryan's childhood, his high school years, and his eventual decision to move to Sun Peaks. --- Feel free to check social media for more information and updates: FACEBOOK: @PodcastfortheMissing INSTAGRAM: @apodcastforthemissing TWITTER: @podcast4missing EMAIL: apodcastforthemissing@gmail.com If you would like to know more about Ryan's case, please visit: https://ryanshtuka.com/---Credits: Intro/Outro Music: Premium Beat, Dark Woods by Colorfilm Music VO Music: Epidemic Sound, Lake Huron by DEX 1200Artwork: Photo from Unsplash (Shapelined), design by Tyler Hooper  Writing, Producing, Interviewing, and Editing: Tyler Hooper Sound Engineering and Mastering: Manfred Lotz Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/tylerhooper)
Ryan Shtuka - Trailer

Ryan Shtuka - Trailer

2020-10-2302:04

DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are that of the creator and do not necessarily reflect that of any of the guests on this show. Assumptions or commentary made in the analysis are not reflective of the position of any entity other than the creator – and, since I am a critically-thinking human being, these views are always subject to change, revision, correction, or rethinking at any time. ---A Podcast for the Missing is a new, narrative podcast with the aim of bringing awareness and humanity to missing persons cases.Each case will be multiple episodes, delving into details of the disappearance and the life of those who have gone missing.  The podcast will feature cases from all over North America and other parts of the world.  The first series will look at the disappearance of Ryan Shtuka, who vanished from Sun Peaks Ski Resort in British Columbia, Canada, on Saturday, February 17, 2018. All four episodes on Ryan will be available in late fall, or early winter of 2020. Feel free to check social media for more information and updates: FACEBOOK: @PodcastfortheMissing INSTAGRAM: @apodcastforthemissing TWITTER: @podcast4missing EMAIL: apodcastforthemissing@gmail.com If you would like to know more about Ryan's case, please visit: https://ryanshtuka.com/Credits: Music: Premium Beat, Dark Woods by Colorfilm Music Artwork: Photo from Unsplash (Shapelined), design by Tyler Hooper Writing, Producing, Interviewing, and Editing: Tyler Hooper Sound Engineering and Mastering: Manfred Lotz Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/tylerhooper)
Throughout the 1920, 30’s, and 40’s strange things happened in a small, oceanside town on the Alaskan Kenai Peninsula known as Portlock (Port Chatham). Portlock was a seemingly quiet cannery town. But people started to go missing while others were found seemingly brutally murdered or killed. Rumours began to circulate of a large yeti like creature stalking the woods. There were reports of man-like tracks 18 inches in length. People claimed to see and hear a wailing spirit, wandering the woods. I spoke to Brian Weed to try and find some answers. Check out Brian's Facebook Group, "Juneau's Hidden History". Support the show on PatreonSupport the show on Buy me a Coffee---DISCLAIMER:The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are that of the creator and do not necessarily reflect that of any of the guests on this show. Assumptions or commentary made in the analysis are not reflective of the position of any entity other than the creator – and, since I am a critically-thinking human being, these views are always subject to change, revision, correction, or rethinking at any time.---FACEBOOK: @MissingUnexplainedPodINSTAGRAM: @missingunexplainedpodTWITTER: @missingXpodEMAIL: tyler@themissingpod.comWEBSITE: themissingpod.com---Credits: Theme Music: Premium Beat, Dark Woods by Colorfilm Music  Artwork: Photo from Unsplash (Shapelined), design by Tyler Hooper Writing, Producing, Interviewing, and Editing: Tyler Hooper Sound Engineering and Mastering: Manfred Lotz Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/tylerhooper)
Halloween is here! I know it’s been awhile since you’ve had some content from this show so I am happy to say, in light of my favourite time of year, I have a couple of one-off episodes to share with you. In this first Halloween special I sat down with friend and author Shanon Sinn to talk about a resident Vancouver Island phantom ship, the Valencia. We also talked about folklore in general and the new book Shanon is working on. I hope you enjoy our conversation.  You can purchase Shanon's first book, "The Haunting of Vancouver Island", here.---Support the show on PatreonSupport the show on Buy me a Coffee---DISCLAIMER:The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are that of the creator and do not necessarily reflect that of any of the guests on this show. Assumptions or commentary made in the analysis are not reflective of the position of any entity other than the creator – and, since I am a critically-thinking human being, these views are always subject to change, revision, correction, or rethinking at any time.---FACEBOOK: @MissingUnexplainedPodINSTAGRAM: @missingunexplainedpodTWITTER: @missingXpodEMAIL: tyler@themissingpod.comWEBSITE: themissingpod.com---Credits: Theme Music: Premium Beat, Dark Woods by Colorfilm Music  Artwork: Photo from Unsplash (Shapelined), design by Tyler Hooper Writing, Producing, Interviewing, and Editing: Tyler Hooper Sound Engineering and Mastering: Manfred Lotz Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/tylerhooper)
Hello listeners of The Missing and Unexplained Podcast! I have a new podcast titled "True to the Story". Don't worry! The Missing and Unexplained Podcast is not going anywhere. In fact, I am currently doing research for season 3 which I am hoping to release later this year. True to the Story is just another vehicle for me to tell stories not entirely linked to missing persons or crime. You can subscribe to True to the Story where you get your podcasts, including iTunes. True to the Story is a new podcast dedicated to long-form storytelling, with each season telling a true narrative. In this first series I look at the war in Afghanistan and the interpreters who served alongside the Canadian Armed Forces. From 2001-2014, over the course of 14 years, more than 40, 000 Canadian soldiers participated in the longest war in Canadian history. Now in 2021 many of these Canadian Afghan war vets are fighting a different fight: Their fighting to get these same interpreters who helped them in Afghanistan to safety in Canada. This is the story of these interpreters, the crucial role they played in helping the Canadian Armed Forces, and their ultimate journey to try and seek shelter in Canada...Episode 1 will be coming in the following weeks. You can check the social media pages below for regular updates:FACEBOOK: @truetothestorypodTWITTER: @Truetothe_StoryEMAIL: tyhooper8@gmail.comSupport the show on PatreonSupport the show on Buy me a CoffeeIf you would like to donate directly to the interpreters, please check out: Veterans Transition NetworkAfghan-Canadian Interpreters  Credits: Music: We are Giants, Silver Maple Writing, Producing, Interviewing, and Editing: Tyler Hooper Sound Engineering and Mastering: Manfred Lotz Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/tylerhooper)
Today I have a dynamic duo on the show! They are Caitlin and Graeme, the hosts of the True North True Crime Podcast. True North True crime is a podcast that brings awareness to missing persons and victims of violent crimes in Canada. I have to say I was a huge from TNTC before this interview and after getting to know these two wonderful hosts I am a super fan. I hope you enjoy my conversation with Caitlin and Graeme. SEASON 2 Trailer on the disappearance of Kris "Sherpa" Fowler coming SOON!  Support me on Patreon here.DISCLAIMER:The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are that of the creator and do not necessarily reflect that of any of the guests on this show. Assumptions or commentary made in the analysis are not reflective of the position of any entity other than the creator – and, since I am a critically-thinking human being, these views are always subject to change, revision, correction, or rethinking at any time.---Feel free to check social media for more information and updates:FACEBOOK: @MissingUnexplainedPodINSTAGRAM: @missingunexplainedpodTWITTER: @missingXpodEMAIL: tyler@themissingpod.comWEBSITE: themissingpod.com---Credits:Intro/Outro Music: Premium Beat, Dark Woods by Colorfilm MusicArtwork: Photo from Unsplash (Shapelined), design by Tyler HooperWriting, Producing, Interviewing, and Editing: Tyler HooperSound Engineering and Mastering: Manfred Lotz Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/tylerhooper)
Today I have Marissa Jones on the show who is the host of The Vanished Podcast. The Vanished is not only one of my favourite podcasts, but was one of the inspirations in starting the Missing and Unexplained Podcast. In my opinion, it is the best podcast out there that focuses on missing persons. It was my pleasure to chat with Marissa, enjoy our conversation.  Support me on Patreon here.DISCLAIMER:The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are that of the creator and do not necessarily reflect that of any of the guests on this show. Assumptions or commentary made in the analysis are not reflective of the position of any entity other than the creator – and, since I am a critically-thinking human being, these views are always subject to change, revision, correction, or rethinking at any time.---Feel free to check social media for more information and updates:FACEBOOK: @MissingUnexplainedPodINSTAGRAM: @missingunexplainedpodTWITTER: @missingXpodEMAIL: tyler@themissingpod.comWEBSITE: themissingpod.com---Credits:Intro/Outro Music: Premium Beat, Dark Woods by Colorfilm MusicArtwork: Photo from Unsplash (Shapelined), design by Tyler HooperWriting, Producing, Interviewing, and Editing: Tyler HooperSound Engineering and Mastering: Manfred Lotz Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/tylerhooper)
Today I have Jon Walczak on the show who is an investigative journalist and hose of the Missing in Alaska Podcast. Missing in Alaska is about two congressman who go missing from a small plane over Alaska in 1972. I don’t want to say much more than that because the story that unravels is wild. I highly encourage you to check it out and I hope you enjoy my conversation with Jon. Support me on Patreon here.DISCLAIMER:The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are that of the creator and do not necessarily reflect that of any of the guests on this show. Assumptions or commentary made in the analysis are not reflective of the position of any entity other than the creator – and, since I am a critically-thinking human being, these views are always subject to change, revision, correction, or rethinking at any time.---Feel free to check social media for more information and updates:FACEBOOK: @MissingUnexplainedPodINSTAGRAM: @missingunexplainedpodTWITTER: @missingXpodEMAIL: tyler@themissingpod.comWEBSITE: themissingpod.com---Credits:Intro/Outro Music: Premium Beat, Dark Woods by Colorfilm MusicArtwork: Photo from Unsplash (Shapelined), design by Tyler HooperWriting, Producing, Interviewing, and Editing: Tyler HooperSound Engineering and Mastering: Manfred Lotz Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/tylerhooper)
Today I have Andrea Lankford on the show who is a former National Park Service ranger; she wrote a book about her experiences titled “Ranger Confidential”. It’s a great book and I highly encourage you to go check it out. Andrea is also an advocate for missing persons. She helps run a site called Missing from the Pacific Crest Trail and is currently working on a book about missing hikers on the PCT. Enjoy my conversation with Andrea.  Support me on Patreon here.DISCLAIMER:The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are that of the creator and do not necessarily reflect that of any of the guests on this show. Assumptions or commentary made in the analysis are not reflective of the position of any entity other than the creator – and, since I am a critically-thinking human being, these views are always subject to change, revision, correction, or rethinking at any time.---Feel free to check social media for more information and updates:FACEBOOK: @MissingUnexplainedPodINSTAGRAM: @missingunexplainedpodTWITTER: @missingXpodEMAIL: tyler@themissingpod.comWEBSITE: themissingpod.com ---Credits:Intro/Outro Music: Premium Beat, Dark Woods by Colorfilm MusicArtwork: Photo from Unsplash (Shapelined), design by Tyler HooperWriting, Producing, Interviewing, and Editing: Tyler HooperSound Engineering and Mastering: Manfred Lotz Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/tylerhooper)
I sat down with Lorna Ferguson who is a Ph.D. Student in the Sociology department at the University of Western Ontario, Canada, is the Founder of the Missing Persons Research Hub, and is the Book Review Editor for Police Practice and Research: An International Journal. Lorna has a broad interest in policing research and developing evidence-based approaches to policing and crime prevention, including issues related to firearms and social media use. Currently, her research focuses on police responses to missing person cases. We had an interesting chat about her research and how academics and podcasters can collaborate better. Support me on Patreon here.DISCLAIMER:The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are that of the creator and do not necessarily reflect that of any of the guests on this show. Assumptions or commentary made in the analysis are not reflective of the position of any entity other than the creator – and, since I am a critically-thinking human being, these views are always subject to change, revision, correction, or rethinking at any time.---Feel free to check social media for more information and updates:FACEBOOK: @MissingUnexplainedPodINSTAGRAM: @missingunexplainedpodTWITTER: @missingXpodEMAIL: tyler@themissingpod.com---Credits:Intro/Outro Music: Premium Beat, Dark Woods by Colorfilm MusicArtwork: Photo from Unsplash (Shapelined), design by Tyler HooperWriting, Producing, Interviewing, and Editing: Tyler HooperSound Engineering and Mastering: Manfred Lotz Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/tylerhooper)
A quick update on the podcast re-brand and how you can support me on Patreon! Season 2 on Kris Fowler coming spring 2021. Thanks for listening!Support me on Patreon here. DISCLAIMER:The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are that of the creator and do not necessarily reflect that of any of the guests on this show. Assumptions or commentary made in the analysis are not reflective of the position of any entity other than the creator – and, since I am a critically-thinking human being, these views are always subject to change, revision, correction, or rethinking at any time.---Feel free to check social media for more information and updates:FACEBOOK: @MissingUnexplainedPodINSTAGRAM: @missingunexplainedpodTWITTER: @missingXpodEMAIL: tyler@themissingpod.com---Credits:Intro/Outro Music: Premium Beat, Dark Woods by Colorfilm MusicArtwork: Photo from Unsplash (Shapelined), design by Tyler HooperWriting, Producing, Interviewing, and Editing: Tyler HooperSound Engineering and Mastering: Manfred Lotz Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/tylerhooper)
With it being the third anniversary of Ryan Shtuka's disappearance this week, I had a brief chat with Heather about whether there was any updates in her son's case and we chatted about a new initiative she is part of, The Free Bird Project. DISCLAIMER:The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are that of the creator and do not necessarily reflect that of any of the guests on this show. Assumptions or commentary made in the analysis are not reflective of the position of any entity other than the creator – and, since I am a critically-thinking human being, these views are always subject to change, revision, correction, or rethinking at any time.---Feel free to check social media for more information and updates:FACEBOOK: @PodcastfortheMissingINSTAGRAM: @apodcastforthemissingTWITTER: @podcast4missingEMAIL: apodcastforthemissing@gmail.com---Credits:Intro/Outro Music: Premium Beat, Dark Woods by Colorfilm MusicArtwork: Photo from Unsplash (Shapelined), design by Tyler Hooper Writing, Producing, Interviewing, and Editing: Tyler HooperSound Engineering and Mastering: Manfred Lotz Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/tylerhooper)
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