Amazing Places Featured on Expedition Unknown, Season 2

In season 2 of Expedition Unknown, the adventures get even bigger, the climbs get higher and the dives go deeper. Check out some highlights from host Josh Gates' latest investigations around the world in places like Ecuador, Austria, Haiti and more. 

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Cathedral of Lima

Cathedral of Lima

Josh Gates poses in front of the Cathedral of Lima in Peru, an example of exquisite colonial baroque architecture that was originally built in 1535. 960 1280

  

Ancient Incan Prayer

Ancient Incan Prayer

Josh performs an ancient Incan prayer to bless his journey to search for the mythical lost city of Paititi in Peru. 960 1280

  

Lake Pumacocha

Lake Pumacocha

Josh and his team stop at Lake Pumacocha to see if there is truth to the myth that Incas dumped all their vegetables in the lake while retreating from the Spanish. 960 1280

  

Ancient Incan Artifact

Ancient Incan Artifact

This ancient Incan artifact was found in a previously undiscovered ruin deep in the Peruvian jungle. The artifact might hold clues to the legend of Paititi. 960 1280

  

Heading into the Peruvian Jungle

Heading into the Peruvian Jungle

Josh poses in front of a previously unknown Incan ruin deep in the Peruvian jungle. 960 1280

  

Where to Next?

Where to Next?

Explorer Greg Deyermenjian and his team confer over a map of the Incan Road of Stone in the Peruvian jungle while charting their next move. 960 1280

  

Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu

The beautiful Incan ruins of Machu Picchu perched atop a mountain in the Cusco region of Peru. 960 1280

  

Rock Art

Rock Art

Josh and his team decode rock paintings in the jungles of Peru, which provide directions on where to cross the Urubamba River on their way to the lost city of Paititi. 960 1280

  

Hiram Bingham Rail Line

Hiram Bingham Rail Line

Josh enjoys his time on the luxurious Hiram Bingham rail line on his way to Machu Picchu. 960 1280

  

Lake Pumacocha

Lake Pumacocha

Josh, explorer Greg Deyermenjian and the rest of their team take a moment near Lake Pumacocha in Peru to talk about the legend of how the Incas passed through the area while fleeing the Spanish. 960 1280

  

Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea

Josh Gates headed to the remote tribal lands of Papua New Guinea to dig into the iconic disappearance of Amelia Earhart. Take your own Papua New Guinea expedition with small tour sustainable travel company Intrepid Travel for a look into the indigenous cultures of this isolated land. 960 1280

DOZIER Marc / hemis.fr  

Lost City of Bagan, Myanmar

Lost City of Bagan, Myanmar

While under a military dictatorship. Myanmar was closed off to the rest of the world. Now this Southeast Asian nation is welcoming Westerners once again to areas that were previously off-limits. Don’t miss exploring the Lost City of Bagan, where over 2000 pagodas make up the 26-sq-mile Bagan Archaeological Zone. 960 1280

Bruno Morandi  

Fort San Lorenzo, Panama

Fort San Lorenzo, Panama

Follow Josh Gates' footsteps in Panama where he joined archaeologists to search for Captain Morgan’s lost gold. Designated as an UNESCO World Heritage Site, Fort San Lorenzo is the site in Panama where Captain Morgan’s Satisfaction sank. Today, it’s a popular diving spot for those looking to find a real "Pirates of the Caribbean" lost treasure. 960 1280

MyLoupe  

New Delhi, India

New Delhi, India

Get a unique look into daily life in India through a local -- a local street kid, that is. Learn what life is like in New Delhi from your guide, a former street child, on a National Geographic Journeys with G Adventures trip, while your tour supports your guide’s college education. You’ll also get a chance to meet village elders and teachers to discuss rural life in Chandelao Garh, a homestay in Rajasthan, too. 960 1280

G Adventures Inc.  

Kalahari Desert, Africa

Kalahari Desert, Africa

Josh Gates explored Kalahari Desert, the second largest desert in Africa, searching for a fabled lost city. Most travelers head to these vast sand-covered plains, which reach into Botswana, Namibia, and parts of South Africa, on safari searching for game like the black-maned Kalahari lion. (If you go, keep your eyes peeled for signs of lost civilizations, too.) 960 1280

AGF  

Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia

Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia

Forget learning about dinosaurs from "Jurassic Park"; instead head to the dinosaur hot spot in the foothills of Canada’s Rocky Mountains to follow real dinosaur tracks in Tumbler Ridge, UNESCO-supported site known for its discoveries of dinosaur and other prehistoric fossils. 960 1280

Mark Newman / Design Pics  

Socotra Island

Socotra Island

Landing on the remote island of Socotra in the Indian Ocean, you’ll feel as you’ve stepped foot on another planet, with its alien-looking flora and fauna, a third of which aren’t found anywhere else in the world. Conservation-focused WANT Expeditions leads tours on this isolated island, called the "new Galapagos" due to its human-friendly wildlife. 960 1280

Want Expeditions  

Jerusalem, Israel

Jerusalem, Israel

Explore the underground mysteries in the ancient city of Jerusalem with a visit to the Siloam secret water tunnels, believed to have been built in the late 8th and early 7th centuries BCE. Or dig for underground treasures by joining nearby archeological excavations where visitors can participate, such as the Temple Mount Sifting Project. 960 1280

Israel Ministry of Tourism  

Citadelle Laferriere, Haiti

Citadelle Laferriere, Haiti

Dive into Haiti’s rich past with a visit to Citadelle Laferriere, an imposing mountaintop fortress built in the early 1800s outside of colonial city Cap-Haitien. Climb the six-mile-long steep road that leads to this UNESCO World Heritage Site, one of the largest fortresses in the Americas, and the biggest in the Caribbean. Marvel at the magnificence of a fortress that took 20,000 men fifteen years to build. Explore more of Haiti with Haitian-led tours with EIM Adventures and G Adventures. 960 1280

Jupiterimages  

Voodoo Nations, West Africa

Voodoo Nations, West Africa

Follow the voodoo trail in West Africa with conversation-focused WANT Expedition’s Voodoo Nations of Africa Expedition that attempts to demystify the world’s most misunderstood religion. Visit Voodoo shrines and remote villages, which few outsiders have dared to venture to, then explore isolated national parks in search of rare wildlife. 960 1280

Want Expeditions  

The Arctic Circle, Russia

The Arctic Circle, Russia

Bundle up and travel far above the Arctic Circle to the isolated home of the Nenets, a tribe of nomadic reindeer herders, on the Yamal Peninsula in Russia. On a first-of-its-kind Intrepid Travel Expedition, travelers will be invited into the nomads’ community, to get a glimpse of life on the frozen tundra with reindeer herds. 960 1280

Intrepid  

Lalibela, Ethiopia

Lalibela, Ethiopia

Discover the mysteries of Ethiopia and its unique position straddling the cultures of Africa and the Middle East on a National Geographic Journeys with G Adventures tour. You’ll explore the ancient sacred sites of Lalibela and Axum, and learn to make injera, the spongy flatbread national dish, with a rural community. 960 1280

Daniel and Audrey / Uncornered Market  

Eternal Spring Shrine

Eternal Spring Shrine

Perched on the side of a cliff in Taiwan’s Toroko National Park, the Eternal Spring Shrine is not easily reached on foot, but those up for a steep climb to the temple’s bell tower will be rewarded with views of the spring waterfalls. 960 1280

Frances LaRose  

Baikonur, Kazakhstan

Baikonur, Kazakhstan

Journey to one of the least explored corners in the world in Kazakhstan, a former Soviet republic in Central Asia on a 10-day Intrepid Travel Expedition. Watch a live rocket launch in the remote settlement of Baikonur, the site of the former Soviet – now Russian – space program, and explore the ancient cities and Silk Road portals of Kazakhstan. 960 1280

Intrepid  

Altaussee Salt Mine, Austria

Altaussee Salt Mine, Austria

Follow the trail of the Monuments Men to the Altaussee Salt Mines in Austria (used in filming of the movie as well) where the Nazis stored stolen art, masterpieces such as the 12-paneled "Adoration of the Mystic Lamb", during WWII. Today you can see the recovered 15th century painting, also known as the "Ghent Altarpiece", in St. Bavo Cathedral in Ghent, Belgium. Although, one panel never has been found. 960 1280

Petschenig  

Lost City, Colombia

Lost City, Colombia

Trek through the jungle to the ruins of Colombia’s Lost City or "Ciudad Perdida" with sustainable travel company G Adventures. Get a glimpse into the indigenous communities' way of life in the remote river valleys of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, sleep in hammocks and climb the 1,200 steps to reach the sacred site of the Lost City. 960 1280

PetraKosonen  

Romania, Moldova, Ukraine

Romania, Moldova, Ukraine

In "Expedition Unknown’s" Romania episode Josh Gates hunts for vampires. Escape Europe’s tourist track and explore more of its darker worlds in Romania, Moldova, and Ukraine on an Intrepid Travel Expedition that takes travelers to the breakaway republic of Transnistria that still clings to Soviet values, and Chernobyl, the site of one of the world’s worst nuclear disasters. 960 1280

Intrepid  

Djibouti, Africa

Djibouti, Africa

Live like a true nomad as you cross the otherworldly Djibouti landscape on a 13-day Intrepid Travel Expedition. Follow an Afar camel caravan as you trek to the top of Ardoukoba Volcano and to Lake Assal, Africa’s lowest point on land and one of the world’s saltiest lakes. 960 1280

Intrepid  

Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim

Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim

Follow in Josh Gates' tracks: He journeyed to Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim Norway, where he searched for the mythical Viking sunstone. The gothic cathedral is believed to be the final resting place of Viking King St. Olaf, who is rumored to have a treasured sunstone buried with him in an unmarked grave in the catacombs. See how the Vikings lived at a Viking settlement at Avaldsnes. 960 1280

Mark Edward Harris  

Taktsang Monastery, Bhutan

Taktsang Monastery, Bhutan

How far will you go to find happiness? Bhutan, the Buddhist country that developed its signature prosperity measure, Gross National Happiness, is a good place to start. On this National Geographic with G Advnentures Journeys tour you’ll trek up to the cliff-hugging Taktsang Monastery (Tiger’s Nest), one of the most sacred pilgrim sites in the Himalayas. And if you make it to the top, 2,953 feet above the valley, we guarantee you’ll find pure happiness. 960 1280

G Adventures Inc.  

The James Gang stone
The Legend of Jesse James

The Legend of Jesse James

Travel Channel's Expedition Unknown delves into the myths and legends of Jesse James’ infamous gang and its lost gold bullion. 960 1280

  

Buzzard's Roost

Buzzard's Roost

In an attempt to recover some of Jesse James’ lost gold, host Josh Gates tries out some high-tech treasure hunting with Jamie Dodson outside Buzzard's Roost in Oklahoma. 960 1280

  

Mother's Grave

Mother's Grave

The grave of legendary American outlaw Jesse James' mother is right outside his childhood home. 960 1280

  

Popular Treasure-Hunting Location

Popular Treasure-Hunting Location

As the sun sets over Buzzard’s Roost, a popular treasure-hunting location, Josh believes the surrounding fields may hold the final clues to the location of Jesse James' lost treasure. 960 1280

  

Robbers Cave State Park

Robbers Cave State Park

Beautiful Robbers Cave served as a refuge for many famous outlaws, including Jesse James and Belle Starr. 960 1280

  

Horseshoe Carving

Horseshoe Carving

Josh and Bud Hardcastle find a carving of a horseshoe and an arrow on a rock in Robbers Cave State Park in Oklahoma. It’s possible that this symbol provides directions to Jesse James' lost treasure. 960 1280

  

Traveling Like Jesse James

Traveling Like Jesse James

Josh hops on a burro in an attempt to re-create the ride Jesse James and his gang went on through the forests of Springfield, MO, traveling more than 800 miles on burros strapped with gold. 960 1280

  

Authentic 19th-Century Guns

Authentic 19th-Century Guns

A look at Bryan Ivlow's collection of authentic 19th-century guns. These are the kinds of firearms Jesse James and his crew used at the height of their crime sprees. 960 1280

  

Smile for the Camera

Smile for the Camera

Josh poses with a group of cowboy re-enactors after testing a Jesse James gun myth. 960 1280

  

Meeting the Comanche Leader

Meeting the Comanche Leader

After traveling to the Comanche reservation, Josh speaks with tribal leader Samuel E.D. Vinney about Jesse James' interactions with the tribe. 960 1280

  

Authentic Drum Circle

Authentic Drum Circle

Upon Josh’s arrival, the Comanche reservation hosts an authentic drum circle. 960 1280

  

Photos

Cathedral of Lima

Cathedral of Lima

Josh Gates poses in front of the Cathedral of Lima in Peru, an example of exquisite colonial baroque architecture that was originally built in 1535. 960 1280

  

Ancient Incan Prayer

Ancient Incan Prayer

Josh performs an ancient Incan prayer to bless his journey to search for the mythical lost city of Paititi in Peru. 960 1280

  

Lake Pumacocha

Lake Pumacocha

Josh and his team stop at Lake Pumacocha to see if there is truth to the myth that Incas dumped all their vegetables in the lake while retreating from the Spanish. 960 1280

  

Ancient Incan Artifact

Ancient Incan Artifact

This ancient Incan artifact was found in a previously undiscovered ruin deep in the Peruvian jungle. The artifact might hold clues to the legend of Paititi. 960 1280

  

Heading into the Peruvian Jungle

Heading into the Peruvian Jungle

Josh poses in front of a previously unknown Incan ruin deep in the Peruvian jungle. 960 1280

  

Where to Next?

Where to Next?

Explorer Greg Deyermenjian and his team confer over a map of the Incan Road of Stone in the Peruvian jungle while charting their next move. 960 1280

  

Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu

The beautiful Incan ruins of Machu Picchu perched atop a mountain in the Cusco region of Peru. 960 1280

  

Rock Art

Rock Art

Josh and his team decode rock paintings in the jungles of Peru, which provide directions on where to cross the Urubamba River on their way to the lost city of Paititi. 960 1280

  

Hiram Bingham Rail Line

Hiram Bingham Rail Line

Josh enjoys his time on the luxurious Hiram Bingham rail line on his way to Machu Picchu. 960 1280

  

Lake Pumacocha

Lake Pumacocha

Josh, explorer Greg Deyermenjian and the rest of their team take a moment near Lake Pumacocha in Peru to talk about the legend of how the Incas passed through the area while fleeing the Spanish. 960 1280

  

Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea

Josh Gates headed to the remote tribal lands of Papua New Guinea to dig into the iconic disappearance of Amelia Earhart. Take your own Papua New Guinea expedition with small tour sustainable travel company Intrepid Travel for a look into the indigenous cultures of this isolated land. 960 1280

DOZIER Marc / hemis.fr  

Lost City of Bagan, Myanmar

Lost City of Bagan, Myanmar

While under a military dictatorship. Myanmar was closed off to the rest of the world. Now this Southeast Asian nation is welcoming Westerners once again to areas that were previously off-limits. Don’t miss exploring the Lost City of Bagan, where over 2000 pagodas make up the 26-sq-mile Bagan Archaeological Zone. 960 1280

Bruno Morandi  

Fort San Lorenzo, Panama

Fort San Lorenzo, Panama

Follow Josh Gates' footsteps in Panama where he joined archaeologists to search for Captain Morgan’s lost gold. Designated as an UNESCO World Heritage Site, Fort San Lorenzo is the site in Panama where Captain Morgan’s Satisfaction sank. Today, it’s a popular diving spot for those looking to find a real "Pirates of the Caribbean" lost treasure. 960 1280

MyLoupe  

New Delhi, India

New Delhi, India

Get a unique look into daily life in India through a local -- a local street kid, that is. Learn what life is like in New Delhi from your guide, a former street child, on a National Geographic Journeys with G Adventures trip, while your tour supports your guide’s college education. You’ll also get a chance to meet village elders and teachers to discuss rural life in Chandelao Garh, a homestay in Rajasthan, too. 960 1280

G Adventures Inc.  

Kalahari Desert, Africa

Kalahari Desert, Africa

Josh Gates explored Kalahari Desert, the second largest desert in Africa, searching for a fabled lost city. Most travelers head to these vast sand-covered plains, which reach into Botswana, Namibia, and parts of South Africa, on safari searching for game like the black-maned Kalahari lion. (If you go, keep your eyes peeled for signs of lost civilizations, too.) 960 1280

AGF  

Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia

Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia

Forget learning about dinosaurs from "Jurassic Park"; instead head to the dinosaur hot spot in the foothills of Canada’s Rocky Mountains to follow real dinosaur tracks in Tumbler Ridge, UNESCO-supported site known for its discoveries of dinosaur and other prehistoric fossils. 960 1280

Mark Newman / Design Pics  

Socotra Island

Socotra Island

Landing on the remote island of Socotra in the Indian Ocean, you’ll feel as you’ve stepped foot on another planet, with its alien-looking flora and fauna, a third of which aren’t found anywhere else in the world. Conservation-focused WANT Expeditions leads tours on this isolated island, called the "new Galapagos" due to its human-friendly wildlife. 960 1280

Want Expeditions  

Jerusalem, Israel

Jerusalem, Israel

Explore the underground mysteries in the ancient city of Jerusalem with a visit to the Siloam secret water tunnels, believed to have been built in the late 8th and early 7th centuries BCE. Or dig for underground treasures by joining nearby archeological excavations where visitors can participate, such as the Temple Mount Sifting Project. 960 1280

Israel Ministry of Tourism  

Citadelle Laferriere, Haiti

Citadelle Laferriere, Haiti

Dive into Haiti’s rich past with a visit to Citadelle Laferriere, an imposing mountaintop fortress built in the early 1800s outside of colonial city Cap-Haitien. Climb the six-mile-long steep road that leads to this UNESCO World Heritage Site, one of the largest fortresses in the Americas, and the biggest in the Caribbean. Marvel at the magnificence of a fortress that took 20,000 men fifteen years to build. Explore more of Haiti with Haitian-led tours with EIM Adventures and G Adventures. 960 1280

Jupiterimages  

Voodoo Nations, West Africa

Voodoo Nations, West Africa

Follow the voodoo trail in West Africa with conversation-focused WANT Expedition’s Voodoo Nations of Africa Expedition that attempts to demystify the world’s most misunderstood religion. Visit Voodoo shrines and remote villages, which few outsiders have dared to venture to, then explore isolated national parks in search of rare wildlife. 960 1280

Want Expeditions  

The Arctic Circle, Russia

The Arctic Circle, Russia

Bundle up and travel far above the Arctic Circle to the isolated home of the Nenets, a tribe of nomadic reindeer herders, on the Yamal Peninsula in Russia. On a first-of-its-kind Intrepid Travel Expedition, travelers will be invited into the nomads’ community, to get a glimpse of life on the frozen tundra with reindeer herds. 960 1280

Intrepid  

Lalibela, Ethiopia

Lalibela, Ethiopia

Discover the mysteries of Ethiopia and its unique position straddling the cultures of Africa and the Middle East on a National Geographic Journeys with G Adventures tour. You’ll explore the ancient sacred sites of Lalibela and Axum, and learn to make injera, the spongy flatbread national dish, with a rural community. 960 1280

Daniel and Audrey / Uncornered Market  

Eternal Spring Shrine

Eternal Spring Shrine

Perched on the side of a cliff in Taiwan’s Toroko National Park, the Eternal Spring Shrine is not easily reached on foot, but those up for a steep climb to the temple’s bell tower will be rewarded with views of the spring waterfalls. 960 1280

Frances LaRose  

Baikonur, Kazakhstan

Baikonur, Kazakhstan

Journey to one of the least explored corners in the world in Kazakhstan, a former Soviet republic in Central Asia on a 10-day Intrepid Travel Expedition. Watch a live rocket launch in the remote settlement of Baikonur, the site of the former Soviet – now Russian – space program, and explore the ancient cities and Silk Road portals of Kazakhstan. 960 1280

Intrepid  

Altaussee Salt Mine, Austria

Altaussee Salt Mine, Austria

Follow the trail of the Monuments Men to the Altaussee Salt Mines in Austria (used in filming of the movie as well) where the Nazis stored stolen art, masterpieces such as the 12-paneled "Adoration of the Mystic Lamb", during WWII. Today you can see the recovered 15th century painting, also known as the "Ghent Altarpiece", in St. Bavo Cathedral in Ghent, Belgium. Although, one panel never has been found. 960 1280

Petschenig  

Lost City, Colombia

Lost City, Colombia

Trek through the jungle to the ruins of Colombia’s Lost City or "Ciudad Perdida" with sustainable travel company G Adventures. Get a glimpse into the indigenous communities' way of life in the remote river valleys of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, sleep in hammocks and climb the 1,200 steps to reach the sacred site of the Lost City. 960 1280

PetraKosonen  

Romania, Moldova, Ukraine

Romania, Moldova, Ukraine

In "Expedition Unknown’s" Romania episode Josh Gates hunts for vampires. Escape Europe’s tourist track and explore more of its darker worlds in Romania, Moldova, and Ukraine on an Intrepid Travel Expedition that takes travelers to the breakaway republic of Transnistria that still clings to Soviet values, and Chernobyl, the site of one of the world’s worst nuclear disasters. 960 1280

Intrepid  

Djibouti, Africa

Djibouti, Africa

Live like a true nomad as you cross the otherworldly Djibouti landscape on a 13-day Intrepid Travel Expedition. Follow an Afar camel caravan as you trek to the top of Ardoukoba Volcano and to Lake Assal, Africa’s lowest point on land and one of the world’s saltiest lakes. 960 1280

Intrepid  

Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim

Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim

Follow in Josh Gates' tracks: He journeyed to Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim Norway, where he searched for the mythical Viking sunstone. The gothic cathedral is believed to be the final resting place of Viking King St. Olaf, who is rumored to have a treasured sunstone buried with him in an unmarked grave in the catacombs. See how the Vikings lived at a Viking settlement at Avaldsnes. 960 1280

Mark Edward Harris  

Taktsang Monastery, Bhutan

Taktsang Monastery, Bhutan

How far will you go to find happiness? Bhutan, the Buddhist country that developed its signature prosperity measure, Gross National Happiness, is a good place to start. On this National Geographic with G Advnentures Journeys tour you’ll trek up to the cliff-hugging Taktsang Monastery (Tiger’s Nest), one of the most sacred pilgrim sites in the Himalayas. And if you make it to the top, 2,953 feet above the valley, we guarantee you’ll find pure happiness. 960 1280

G Adventures Inc.  

The Legend of Jesse James

The Legend of Jesse James

Travel Channel's Expedition Unknown delves into the myths and legends of Jesse James’ infamous gang and its lost gold bullion. 960 1280

  

Buzzard's Roost

Buzzard's Roost

In an attempt to recover some of Jesse James’ lost gold, host Josh Gates tries out some high-tech treasure hunting with Jamie Dodson outside Buzzard's Roost in Oklahoma. 960 1280

  

Mother's Grave

Mother's Grave

The grave of legendary American outlaw Jesse James' mother is right outside his childhood home. 960 1280

  

Popular Treasure-Hunting Location

Popular Treasure-Hunting Location

As the sun sets over Buzzard’s Roost, a popular treasure-hunting location, Josh believes the surrounding fields may hold the final clues to the location of Jesse James' lost treasure. 960 1280

  

Robbers Cave State Park

Robbers Cave State Park

Beautiful Robbers Cave served as a refuge for many famous outlaws, including Jesse James and Belle Starr. 960 1280

  

Horseshoe Carving

Horseshoe Carving

Josh and Bud Hardcastle find a carving of a horseshoe and an arrow on a rock in Robbers Cave State Park in Oklahoma. It’s possible that this symbol provides directions to Jesse James' lost treasure. 960 1280

  

Traveling Like Jesse James

Traveling Like Jesse James

Josh hops on a burro in an attempt to re-create the ride Jesse James and his gang went on through the forests of Springfield, MO, traveling more than 800 miles on burros strapped with gold. 960 1280

  

Authentic 19th-Century Guns

Authentic 19th-Century Guns

A look at Bryan Ivlow's collection of authentic 19th-century guns. These are the kinds of firearms Jesse James and his crew used at the height of their crime sprees. 960 1280

  

Smile for the Camera

Smile for the Camera

Josh poses with a group of cowboy re-enactors after testing a Jesse James gun myth. 960 1280

  

Meeting the Comanche Leader

Meeting the Comanche Leader

After traveling to the Comanche reservation, Josh speaks with tribal leader Samuel E.D. Vinney about Jesse James' interactions with the tribe. 960 1280

  

Authentic Drum Circle

Authentic Drum Circle

Upon Josh’s arrival, the Comanche reservation hosts an authentic drum circle. 960 1280

  

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