Catastrophe at Camp. Ouachita National Forest.

Episode 225,   May 20, 04:00 AM

On June 10 2010 all was well at the Albert Pike Recreation Area campground. 24 hours later, 20 people were dead following one the deadliest natural disasters in the history of the Natural State. Today we cover the devastating story of the Albert Pike flash flood.

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