129 – Shunka Warakin – Ennis, MT


On this week’s episode, Harley and Brett have to pretend to be qualified for dude-ranch life to explore the beautiful mountain town of Ennis, MT.

Ennis is nestled between three mountains with some of the best rivers in the country. It also has a cowboy charm that will have you dusting off your spurs and shining your six-shooter….or whatever actual cowboys do…we just see them on T.V.

We discuss the legend of the Shunka Warakin(just think giant, primitive, red-haired, crazy wolf). They have been spotted in Montana, Illinois, Nebraska, Idaho and Iowa.

What does the Ioway term,shhuhnkha Warahwalkin, mean according to Loren Coleman?

Where did the modern legend begin?

What is Ringdocus?

How many sheep would a shunka warakin eat in a year?

If you are tired of running from large wolf creatures…maybe you can have cute husky creatures pull you on a friendlier adventure. Spirit of the North Sled Dog Adventures is now on our bucket lists.

The Bear Trap Grille is a must if you are traveling to this little mountain town.

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62 – Vampire Beast of Bladenboro – Bladenboro NC


Join Brett and Harley as they attempt to uncover the mystery of the “Beast of Bladenboro, NC. an oddity like no other. Is it a bear,panter,bobcat or someother blood sucking foul beast that crushes it’s victims’ skulls,eats there tongues and sucks their blood dry. One things for sure is it’s not a MANATEE. what creature would prompt thousands of hunters to come to this sleepy town in North Carolina in the mid 1950’s. Perhaps Julian “Tater” Shaw can shed some light onthis dark cryptid tale.
Travel to the tiny town of Bladenboro and enjoy the best fried chicken around.

I’ll have the Yuengling Brew with my yoga please…
Beer YOGA is the latest fad on the way up and seems to be catching on. Brett doesnt want to be as sick as a downward dog in the process.

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