Dead & Gone in Wyoming
After 12 episodes of Dead & Gone In Wyoming, we’ll soon be moving on to Season 2.We can’t express our thanks for your support of the show in its first year. And we’re looking forward to continuing into the Fall.
In 1995, Riverton hunter Ivan Schaefer set out into the Tetons on an elk hunting trip with two companions, and was never seen again. Among the usual suspects – bears and bitter cold – this story may yield something deeper, and darker,
This month: two of Wyoming’s oldest and most notorious unsolved and unidentified murders. 28 years ago, the bodies of two young women were found off I-80 and I-90 in Wyoming. It was feared neither case would ever be solved… until last month.
Between 1983 and 1997, at least nine young women were violently assaulted and dumped along highways within the Great Basin, from the Rockies to the Sierra Nevada. Their murders remain unsolved today. Dead & Gone in Wyoming is written, produced,
In March 1988, an 18-year-old young woman left Colorado on a trip to Montana. Lisa Marie Kimmell, and her vehicle, disappeared along the way somewhere in Wyoming. Dead & Gone in Wyoming is written, produced, and narrated by Scott Fuller.
In 1977, three people were killed inside an Evanston, Wyoming home when a bomb exploded while a family slept inside. The people of the small town were stunned at the murders of their long-serving former County Attorney and his wife and child. But,
This month’s episode focuses on the issue of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. Native women are killed at a rate up to 10 times higher than the national average, and 84% will experience violence in their lifetime.
In response to a new statement from the Sweetwater County Sheriff’s Department, Dead & Gone in Wyoming host Scott Fuller has recorded a new short episode. On January 23rd, the Sweetwater County Sheriff’s Department issued a release stating that the rem...
In this month’s bonus episode: how a Dead & Gone In Wyoming listener helped bring to light the discovery of human remains in Sweetwater County. Are the remains those of 12-year-old Sharon Baldeagle, who disappeared in 1984? And, if not,
On this months’ episode of Dead & Gone in Wyoming, a strange garage sale find leads to a decades-old mystery. And, the story of disturbing events on the University of Wyoming campus in 1985 that shook Laramie like never before, or since.