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From 1974 to 1978, serial killer Ted Bundy killed at least an estimated 30 women and girls across six states. He slinked into basement apartments, stalked beaches and preyed on college campuses. In "Hunted," a special, three-part podcast, the Coloradoan delves into Bundy's crimes, his victims and his little-known time terrorizing Colorado
 
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In the early morning hours of June 30, 1951, a four-engine luxury airliner flew off course and slammed into Crystal Mountain, killing all 50 people on board. To this day, more than 70 years later, it remains the deadliest commercial airline disaster in Colorado history. On a rocky mountain slope west of Fort Collins, signs of its devastation still …
 
In the summer of 1862, U.S. soldiers trekked along the Cache la Poudre River to find a home for a new military outpost called Camp Collins. But they were not the first people to live in Northern Colorado - not even close. In this episode, host Erin Udell dives back thousands of years to learn about the Native American history of the area.…
 
On Aug. 24, 1996, the bodies of two unidentified newborn girls were pulled from a river and reservoir about 180 miles apart in Colorado. While not related by blood, their homicide cases remained oddly in step with each other, all the way to the end when genetic genealogy helped close their homicide cases within just months, 23 years later. This is …
 
He was a father, a farmer, a family man and natural handyman. When he wasn't trimming trees or slinging cement bags in faded overalls, he was decked in a suit and tie - off to another committee meeting or voter registration drive. You've heard his name. You've probably even been to his beloved Fort Collins park. But do you know about the legacy of …
 
For more than 40 years - until 1999 - Poudre Canyon mountain woman Polly Brinkhoff lived without running water, electricity or plumbing. She had a pet mountain lion, kept her food in a cave and once nearly sliced her bunion off with a chainsaw. More than 20 years after her death, Polly's grandson recalls what exactly made her the last of a dying br…
 
In this special, three-part podcast, Way it Was host Erin Udell digs into Ted Bundy's notorious 1970s killing spree. An estimated 30 women and girls were abducted and murdered by Bundy across four years and six states. But could it have stopped cold in Colorado? Find "Hunted" on Apple Podcasts or Soundcloud.…
 
On August 15, 1933, a 22-year-old graduate student went for a hike in Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park. He was never seen again. More than eight decades later, the disappearance nags at Joe's nephew, who's still trying to figure out if Joe's remains rest somewhere in Rocky or if the family rumors are true...…
 
In this episode of "In the Know," Erin Udell sits down with Coloradoan breaking news reporter Cassa Niedringhaus to discuss new details of an Oct. 19 murder-suicide that left three dead and one injured outside a Fort Collins apartment complex.Editor's note: In this podcast, shooting victim Tristan Kemp is described as a friend of Savannah McNealy. …
 
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