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Northwest of Normal is a true crime podcast featuring stories from the Pacific Northwest. Hosts Meghan and Jon share harrowing stories from their neck of the woods. They focus on victims and their families and dive into the deeper elements of these stories, exploring wider cultural implications of law, punishment, psychology, and the human condition.
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Pacific Northwest Missing Persons Project

Pacific Northwest Missing Persons Project

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Each year 2,400 people, on average, get lost in the wilderness in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. 90% of those that become lost are found alive, 8 % are located deceased, and the other 2% simply vanish without a trace. Our host Tanner Hoskins, Executive Director of the Pacific Northwest Missing Persons Project and Co-founder of Pacific Northwest Bigfoot Search, shares the mysterious true stories of adults and children who inexplicably disappeared while recreating in the great out ...
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Join hosts Shea and Jody on the Rainy Day Rabbit Holes Podcast for a whimsical journey through Pacific Northwest history. Explore weird tales, wacky legends, and hilarious anecdotes that define the region's charm. With infectious laughter and boundless silliness, each episode promises entertainment and a deeper appreciation for PNW's unique quirks! Tune in weekly for laughter and exploration!
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Tune in to Power of Place – Stories of the Pacific Northwest, an audio storybook hosted by Edward Krigsman honoring places that matter and the people who steward, protect or celebrate them. Whether you have just arrived or have spent a lifetime here, we hope you will find our podcast both entertaining and grounding. Enjoy Power of Place podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and your other favorite podcast platforms. To learn more about our podcast series including exploring photos from each ep ...
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Pacific Northwest Polyamory

Pacific Northwest Polyamory

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We are here to share our tips and tricks for better communication and self development that we've learned along our path in ethical non-monogamy. Cover art photo provided by Ivan Slade on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@flowinteractive
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Written, produced and edited by Seattle Tilth's Master Composter/Soil Builders. Learn how to compost in the great northwest. funded by Seattle Public Utilities, the King County Hazardous waste management program and the Saving Water Partnership and managed by Seattle Tilth.
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This Podcast is an exploration of the Pacific Northwest Region of the United States of America. The three states of Washington, Oregon, and Idaho, are a unique region of the United States with a fascinating history of exploration, pioneering, and experimentation. This Podcast will journey through the region from the time humans migrated to North America, to the present day.
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Send us a Text Message. In this weeks episode Tanner discusses the team's trip into Gifford Pinchot National Forest with The Oregonian Newspaper on June 14th through June 16th of 2024. Tanner also shares the great news that Pacific Northwest Missing Persons Project is officially a Public Benefit Nonprofit organization according to the State of Oreg…
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This week, Jody and I needed a little break, so we have a special treat for you. Today, we're sharing an episode from one of our favorite shows, "Audibly Haunted," a spine-chilling podcast hosted by the talented Ani Khajadourian. If you're a fan of ghost stories, eerie encounters, and supernatural mysteries, this is the podcast for you. Each episod…
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A depraved predator given every chance to turn his life around decides instead to give himself over to the darkness within. He stops at nothing to exert control and targets the most vulnerable among us – children. Sources People article, “She Survived a Monster” by Elaine Aradillas, June 6, 2022 Serial Killers podcast, “Jazzi Jet” Joseph Edward Dun…
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Join us in this episode for a conversation with Sarah Eichhorn, daughter of writer Dennis P. Eichhorn, known for his adult-oriented autobiographical comic book series “Real Stuff.” With reminiscences echoing a central premise of her father’s work—that truth is stranger than fiction—Sarah recounts his birth and orphanhood at Montana State Prison. Sa…
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Send us a Text Message. In today's episode of Pacific Northwest Missing Persons Project (PNWMPP) Tanner Hoskins, Executive Director of PNWMPP covers the amazing news of PNWMPP becoming a nonprofit entity in the State of Oregon and awaiting tax-exemption status from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to become a nationally recognized 501(C)(3). We h…
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Join Shea & Jody as they take a hilariously spooky tour of the Old Montana State Prison in Deer Lodge, Montana. This episode is packed with off-color humor, ghostly encounters, and a deep dive into the infamous prison riot. Buckle up for a rollercoaster of laughter, chills, and some historical insights that will leave you both entertained and a lit…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode, Tanner talks about the mystery unfolding in Josephine County, Oregon where a backpack containing multiple days worth of camping gear was located along with a dog leash, but neither an individual nor their canine companion have been located. Tanner also discusses the strange disappearance of Michael Bryson, a…
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In this thrilling drunk-isode of Rainy Day Rabbit Holes, we dive deep into the enigmatic life of Fred Crisman, a figure surrounded by mystery and controversy. From his involvement in the infamous Maury Island UFO incident to his alleged connections to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Crisman’s story is one that blurs the lines betwee…
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When a group of young people get together to have a good time, a lonely interloper comes onto the scene, leading to tragic consequences. Sources Seattle Met – “The 10 Crimes That Shook Seattle” by Bess Lovejoy, October 1, 2014 Wikipedia – Capitol Hill massacre Murderpedia – Kyle Aaron Huff Wikipedia – The Capitol Hill Arts Center Music: “Flowing Ri…
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In the summer of 1947, the skies over Maury Island, Washington, just north of Tacoma, held secrets that would captivate a nation. It all began when private pilot Kenneth Arnold reported seeing a string of nine shiny flying objects zooming past Mount Rainier at incredible speeds. His account led to the coining of terms like "flying saucer" and "flyi…
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