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Episode 19: Tough Alaska Chick & Deep Creek

Updated: Jun 28, 2020

The Pacific Northwest has an ugly and secret past that continues to haunt indigenous personas and immigrants. This week, Alisha will be discussing two cases. First, a current investigations surrounding the murders of multiple Alaskan indigenous women. Then we go back to the 1800’s to discuss the largest massacre of Chinese immigrants in US history.

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Oregon Experience Hells Canyon Massacre | Massacre at Hells Canyon | Chinese Massacre at Deep Creek | A Most Daring Outrage | Hells Canyon Wilderness | Why Did He Do it  | An SD card found on an Alaska street showed a woman's murder | Man Accused Alaska Slaying Discovered SD Card Street Pleads Not Guilty | Human Remains Found on Seward Highway Near Beluga Point | Unknown Martha Toms Killer Alaska | A Family's Grief For Sisters Murdered Years Apart | SD Card Turned in to APD Depicts Brutal Murder of Unknown Woman in Anchorage Hotel | Kathleen J Henry | Missing and Murdered Indigenous Woman and Girls Report | Brian Smith Indicted for Second Murder | Alaska Murder Victim Kathleen Jo Henry Alleged Killer Filmed Assault

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