Episode 125…Lost Cities, Lost Bones

Urkhammer or Ashely were just the beginning. Sure, we can agree they probably never existed, but did they have their own merch? In walks Doveland, Wisconsin and says, “Hold my urban legend.”

In the second part of their Lost Cities, Lost Bones show, Trippers Christopher Balzano and Deanna Mulhern continue their trek across towns that never existed looking trying to make sense of all of these Mandela Towns before shooting over to Lake Okeechobee to debate whether their infamous bones are sketchy or point at a darker history of the “hole in the state.”

We apologize ahead of time for the audio quality and Balzano’s comments about Wisconsin.

Listen to the first half of the journey:

Episode 125…Lost Cities, Lost Bones

Listen to some of the episodes mentioned:

This Town in Myth:


The Humpty Dumpty Haunting:


Live at Arbuckle Creek:


The Lost Love Potion of Arbuckle Creek where we get more into the background of the story at: https://traffic.libsyn.com/d243872e-1d21-4562-b35d-55b376605546/triplegend-20190217202207-7748.mp3


Check out Christopher Balzano’s books, including the newly released Haunted Ocala National Forest

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