Anchorage

Marcus hunts the ghost of Anchorage’s first police chief, tracks down the shocking evidence that brought down a truly dark monster, and shoots a bow to prove that hunting and poaching are two different things ...

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Fraternal Order of State Troopers Museum

This museum provides a fitting meeting place for Marcus and author Tom Brennan to discuss the involvement of Alaska State Troopers in the Robert Hansen case.

245 W 5th Ave #113, Anchorage, AK 99501

 
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Alaska Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory

Crime lab technician Bob Shem takes Marcus through the process of ballistics testing and explains the forensic science used to identify bullets in the Robert Hansen case.

5500 East Tudor Rd, Anchorage, AK 99507

 
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State Trooper Ride-Along

Marcus accompanies Alaska State Trooper Tom Akelkok through the Alaskan wilderness to learn what it takes to enforce wildlife laws within this vast territory.

527 N. Pittman Rd, Wasilla, AK 99654

 
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Kincaid Park

Professional man tracker Ty Cunningham sets up a trail for Marcus within this municipal park to show just how much you can learn by walking in someone else’s footsteps.

9401 W. Raspberry Rd, Anchorage, AK 99507

 
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Portage Glacier, Chugach National Forest

Marcus treks out to Portage Glacier with former Fish & Wildlife Agent Lucinda Schroeder and hunting guide Steve Johnson to take in the views and practice bow hunting.

144 North Binkley St, Soldotna, Alaska 99669

 
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Native Alaskan Log Cabin

Marcus shares a meal with members of the Knik Tribal Council to show that it is possible to be both a carnivore and caretaker of nature.

10100 Schneiter Cir, Anchorage, AK 99507

 
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Jack Sprat Restaurant

Marcus and former Fish & Wildlife agent Lucinda Schroeder come in from the cold to have lunch at this rural restaurant and discuss her experiences in the 1992 Brooks Range mission.

165 Olympic Mtn Loop, Girdwood, AK 99587

 
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Historic Anchorage Hotel

Marcus spends a week in this notoriously haunted hotel in hopes of coming into contact with one of its most famous ghosts: Anchorage’s first police chief, John J. Sturgus.

330 E St, Anchorage, AK 99501

 

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