On this episode of They Walk Among America… It was the summer of 1973 in Three Forks, Montana, and the Jaeger family were on a month-long camping vacation, touring the west. On June 25th, they were camping in Missouri Headwaters State Park, a recreational area comprising 535 acres of woodland alongside the Missouri River. The State Park is known as a popular haunt for vacation makers, wanting to be close to nature, and is replete with bountiful fishing spots, hiking trails, hunting areas, and water-related activities. Just five years earlier, the state park had become a no-go zone after a little boy was stabbed in the arm and then clubbed to death after an unknown person cut a hole in his tent. But by now, that was just a faded memory, and the state park was as popular as ever…
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‘They Walk Among America’ is a Law & Crime podcast network production.
This episode was hosted by Nina Innsted.
Researched and written by Emily G. Thompson.
Editing and scoring by Kory Hilpmann.
Script editing, additional writing and production direction by Rosanna and Benjamin Fitton.
Shadow Passage by Cody Martin
Still by Alsever Lake
Haunted by Emorie
Sharaf by Cast of Characters
Revenant by Clark Walker
Petalstone by Cody Martin
Turpentine by BRASKO
Unrelenting by Dakota Mack
Insidiously by Wicked Cinema
Leatherface by Wicked Cinema
Evil Intent by Kurtis Parks
Mind Over Matter by Chelsea McGough
The Curse of the Hourglass by Phillip Mount
The Evil Within by Dresden The Flamingo
A Most Sinister Kind by Dresden, The Flamingo
Additional musical compositions by Kory Hilpmann.
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