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Lost River Legends is a podcast exploring strange events and sightings in the Snake River Valley and beyond.

Lost River Legends is a podcast exploring strange events and sightings in the Snake River Valley and beyond.
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Lost River Legends is a podcast exploring strange events and sightings in the Snake River Valley and beyond.




Episode 12 – Laura Krantz from Wild Thing Podcast

Courtesy of Laura Krantz, Foxtopus Ink Laura Krantz is a journalist, editor and producer, in both radio and print. She's the host, creator and producer of the new podcast Wild Thing. Laura has worked in audio for over a decade. She edited and produced for NPR in Washington, DC, as part of multiple shows including Morning Edition and Weekend Edition. She also served as the lead editor for Take Two, a news magazine show from Southern California Public Radio (KPCC) in Los Angeles. She's written...


Episode 11 – Matt from Mattsquatch Presents – Part II

We discuss the cost of pursuing the truth and some of the social norms that contribute to some of the stigmas surrounding paranormal phenomena.


Episode 10 – Matt from Mattsquatch Presents – Part I

In this two-part interview we explore a wide range of topics with a focus on Antarctica and the mysteries surrounding this vast and hard-to-reach region. Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction, and sometimes it just makes sense.


Episode 9 – Little People Hunters (LPH) from the Pryor Mountains, MT

LPH is a group that was founded in October of 2018, they have set out to solve the mystery of the little peopled the Pryor Mountains in Southwest Montana. The group was founded by Quentin Martinez.


Episode 8 – Steven Sedlmayr from Divinia Water

Steven Sedlmayr has an extensive background in mathematics and engineering, he was the youngest recipient of the National Science Foundation Grant at age of 16. He has worked for Martin Marietta, NASA, and the Denver Nuggets and several other institutions. Steven has many patents to his name. He has founded several companies and also is the inventor of the fiber optic television - ahead of its time, but was the precursor to high-definition television. Later in his career he worked with Dr....


Episode 7 – D. Jeffrey Meldrum, Ph.D. Professor Anatomy & Anthropology

Dr. Jeff Meldrum is a Full Professor of Anatomy & Anthropology at Idaho State University (since 1993). He teaches human anatomy in the graduate health professions programs. His research encompasses questions of vertebrate evolutionary morphology generally, primate locomotor adaptations more particularly, and especially the emergence of modern human bipedalism. His co-edited volume, From Biped to Strider: the Emergence of Modern Human Walking, Running, and Resource Transport, proposes a more...


Episode 6 – Brien Foerster – The Paracus Skulls and Beyond

Brien Foerster was born in Rochester, Minnesota, U.S.A. but grew up on the west coast of Canada. At age 11, he became fascinated with the Native art of the Haida native people and began carving totem poles, and other related art forms, learning from Native teachers. After completing an Honours Bachelor Of Science degree, Brien decided to take up carving and sculpture full time, at the age of 25. In 1995 he moved to Maui, Hawaii, and was hired as assistant project manager for the building of...


Bonus Content Creepy Green Text – Bowhunting with Dad and Grandpa

We decided to try another Creepy Green Text reading. This time we have Will Bad Guy reading it for us. Anon goes deer hunting in N. Michigan with is dad and grandpa and has a close encounter. If you don’t already follow @creepygreentexts on Instagram, be sure to check them out! This story is taken from this instagram post. Podbean Player: HTML 5 Player:


Episode 5 – Timothy Renner from Strange Familiars

We are super excited to have Timothy Renner on our show. He has a vast amount of knowledge and experience on a range of subjects. We appreciate him taking the time to join us to discuss some of the happenings of past and present in Pennsylvania and the surrounding areas. Timothy Renner is an illustrator, author, and folk musician living in Pennsylvania. His illustrations have appeared in the pages of various books, magazines, fanzines and comics as well as on many record and CD covers. Since...


Episode 4 – Show Update and Personal Encounters

We've gone too long without recording and wanted to take a minute, thank our audience and update you with the new goings on with Lost River Legends. We also take some time to delve into our own personal experiences and how they have impacted us. We have some exciting new guests lined up and we think the content we have to bring to you will knock your socks off. If you haven't yet, please subscribe to us on your favorite podcast app, also we are on YouTube. We are 2 hard working dads who love...


Episode 3 – Brian “Duke” Sullivan from World Bigfoot Radio

Brian “Duke” Sullivan is a popular Bigfoot Researcher from Montana, USA. He saw his first Bigfoot in 1972 when he was just ten years old. Duke has been researching Bigfoot for well over 40 years and has multiple sightings. His intense interest in Bigfoot revolves around the behavioral attributes of these creatures vs. proving their existence. Duke’s Facebook Bigfoot group is called Montana Bigfoot Project. He also hosts a podcast called World Bigfoot Radio and field research videos. Duke is...


Halloween Special

We wanted to share some our favorite, fun & offbeat stories from @creepygreentexts. If you don't already follow @creepygreentexts on Instagram, you're totally missing out! If you don't know what 4Chan is, just remember its probably a NSFW site to explore - in general. JLast from creepygreentexts has curated some 4Chan posts that make you scratch your head and wonder if people have had strange things happen. Taking that grain of salt and understanding the context might help frame the...


Episode 2 – Bill Sheehan, Bigfoot Terror in the Woods: Sightings and Encounters

W.J. Sheehan is the compiler and author and of 5 volumes of Sasquatch experiences meticulously captured in his series of Bigfoot Terror in the Woods: Sightings and Encounters.


Episode 1 – Pete Travers from Bigfoot Reality

Pete Travers is a Visual and Digital Effects Supervisor for some of the biggest household name films of the last 25 years. He is a disciplined artist who utilizes his mechanical engineering background to better understand the world around him and bring imagination to form. One of the areas Pete has specialized in is Bigfoot sketches. He has worked in collaboration with BFRO for several years capturing visual representations of eyewitness accounts. His Bigfoot Sketch project has allowed him...


Episode 0 – What is Lost River legends?

In this initial episode we introduce ourselves and delve into why we are covering the subjects we are. This is a good way to get to know us and what our style is like.