On this episode of They Walk Among America… In the early 1990s, Hawaii welcomed millions of visitors to Big Island and the other six inhabited islands. Kilauea volcano on Big Island has been erupting regularly since 1983, making it the world's most active volcano. While most eruptions are self-contained, the unpredictable volatility of nature makes the volcano seem like the most dangerous thing on the island. But a horrific crime in 1991 proved that was not the case. The laid-back feel of Hawaii could lull someone into a false sense of security, making them a victim of those who seek to do them harm…


‘They Walk Among America’ is a Law & Crime podcast network production.

This episode was hosted by Nina Innsted.

Researched and written by Eileen Macfarlane.

Editing and scoring by Kory Hilpmann

Script editing, additional writing and production direction by Rosanna and Benjamin Fitton.


Things Gone Wrong by Moments

My Heart Is In Hawaii by Dresden, The Flamingo

As Dusk Descends by Wicked Cinema

Cimmeria by Lost Ghosts

Altered Fate by Cody Martin

Retreat by Chelsea McGough

Stygian by Hill

Constant Surveillance by JCar

Evil Intent by Kurtis Parks

Half Memory by Glasseyes

Shadow Passage by Cody Martin

Center of Gravity by Yerself

Fight or Flight by Yerself

Call to Battle by Louis Lion

Runner by Falls

Recognize by Grant Borland

Lonely Company by Anthony Catacoli 

Additional musical compositions by Kory Hilpmann.

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