Lost Highways from History Colorado explores stories about Colorado and the American West--overlooked stories about how we got to now and how our region has shaped the world. Hosts Noel Black and Tyler Hill take listeners well beyond the “mountains and marijuana” stereotypes to uncover stories about their home state they can’t believe they never heard. Lost Highways is presented by the Sturm Family Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
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In the winter of 1874, Alfred Packer led a group of prospectors into the San Juan Mountains of Colorado. After returning alone, he confessed to eating the remains of his travel companions, and was convicted of murder despite claiming self-defense. Th... more
As we get to work making Season 3 of Lost Highways, we wanted to share a podcast we think our listeners would love as much as we do. This is Episode 2 of a 4 part series called "The Order of Death" by JoshMattison and Shannon Geis. It's an in-depth l... more
A must for every Colorado transplant! This is a great way to feel connected to not just the beauty of the state, but also its history. It’s also been comforting in these wild times to know that we as a state have faced similar challenges.
I binged all the podcast until 9/20/2020. They are great. They are factually accurate, in-depth on the topics, unique in the stories and unapologetic/bashful about the deplorable parts & the parts that show the independent CO spirit of CO history!
The reporting and storytelling in this podcast is riveting! It definitely has a really polished radiolab vibe, with beautifully told stories that hit home for a Colorado native. Super rad.
Yes, folks, I loved this episode. A delicious way to weave together the past in a culturally relevant story. To hear Neyla and Kate’s stories told side by side and so well integrated peaked my curiosity. It’s not everyday that you hear an historic story about the making of a contemporary musical and a legendary dress. All that yet so personal. A celebration of all my CO favorites- mixing myth and folk music! We need more like this. Can’t wait! more
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