Updated: Jun 27
For a teen from California, the jarring Alaskan temperatures of late January were unbearable. Luckily, he had three guides there to help him stay warm and to show him the hunting traditions of their ancestors. The day after they began their adventure, the dark figure of the young man was spotted by hunters in a helicopter. Something had happened to his chaperones, and no one, not even the boy knew what had occurred. His story left Alaskan authorities wondering, who killed Oscar Henry, Freddy Jackson, and Clarence Arnold?
Episode Host: Alisha Holland
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