Jun 30, 2020
In the late 1880's, John Hyrum Koyle had a dream that a local mine was full of treasure to assist the LDS church in times of crisis. Koyle had a history of his dreams coming true in his waking life, and others believed this to be true as well. After selling thousands of shares to dig in the mine, nothing of value was...
Jun 23, 2020
To celebrate Zion's Lost 2nd anniversary and the re-boot of Unsolved Mysteries, we discuss some of our favorite segments from the series. Some of the categories include Lost Loves, Missing Persons, Ghosts, and Aliens.
Jun 16, 2020
This week we discuss two more murdered Salt Lake City residents of the LGBTQ community. Douglas Coleman was found dead in a boxcar in 1978, and Mona Ulibarri was found in the Jordan River. Even though DNA evidence was retrieved in both cases, their murders have gone unsolved for nearly 4 decades.
Jun 2, 2020
Anthony Adams was ahead of his time in the late 70s in Salt Lake City. Being a gay, African American socialist in the community was not easy, but he thrived being a voice and bringing awareness to the causes he was passionate about. When Anthony failed to show up for a protest he was expected to attend, his boyfriend...