Ep. 156 - The Mad Trapper

Jun 14, 12:57 AM
Back in 1932, a mysterious stranger who led the Royal Canadian Mounted Police on a wild manhunt through the frozen wilderness of the Canadian Northwest. What should have begun as a simple questioning by police, turned into a violent gun battle and one of the largest manhunts in the history of the northwest. Although the man went by what is most likely an alias of Albert Johnson, he's better known by the name given to him by the newspapers, The Mad Trapper of Rat River. 


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Music:


Dexter Britain, The Tea Party


Mesmerize by Kevin MacLeod


Long note One by Kevin MacLeod