Mystery. Alaska Mysteries w/ Tara, 3 Spooked Girls

Jun 03, 2020, 11:30 AM

Missing Ghost Ships, An Alaskan "Loch Ness" Monster, disappearing planes and a mass murder: Tara from 3 Spooked Girls Podcast guests to talk about the mysterious state of Alaska.

Tara from 3 Spooked Girls Podcast guests to discuss Alaskan Mysteries. On September 6th, 1982 in a small Alaskan fishing village an unidentified man murdered Mark Coulthurst, his family, and crew aboard his ship, The Investor. A Pan Alaska Airways Cessna 310 disappeared in Alaska on October 16th, 1972 somewhere between Anchorage and Juneau, Alaska; on board was Alaska Congressman Nick Begich, 40, his aide Russell Brown, 37, and Louisiana Congressman Hale Boggs, 58 who was the U.S. House of Representatives Majority Leader to an election rally in Juneau. The Lake Iliamna monster has been part of the local lore for generations. For 9 years, the ghost ship USS Baychimo was spotting along Alaska Shores. Teams still look for the steam ship.

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