We have a seasonal holiday theme for this week’s episode of The Adventure Podcast as we take a turn for the spooky. My cohost Dave Adlard and I explore some of the allegedly haunted spots in America’s national parks, and elsewhere, with stories of headless ghosts, Civil War apparitions, and crying spirits. If you haven’t heard these tales before, they’ll make good stories for the next time you’re huddle around a campfire.
Before delving into that topic however, we start by taking a look at the latest adventure news, with updates from the Himalaya, a look at a winter expedition to K2, and an adventurous couple who are driving across Antarctica in a solar-powered buggy. As usual, we also wrap things up with our latest gear reviews, this time sharing a new jacket from Eddie Bauer and interesting new ways to up you camp-cooking game.
You can listen to the podcast by clicking on the play button in the embedded episode below, or you can choose to download us on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Sticher, and Spotify. You’ll also be able to reach us via Facebook, Twitter, and email if you want to share feedback, ask a question, or share a spooky story of your own.
As usual, thanks for giving us a listen.
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