Wyoming true crime podcast’s latest episode highlights Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Coalition

The most popular show on County 10’s podcast network, 10Cast, remains the true crime show Dead & Gone in Wyoming.

The show is hosted and produced by former Fremont County radio host and podcast professional, Scott Fuller. Each month, Fuller narrates two stories involving a Wyoming murder or disappearance.


This month’s episode focuses on the issue of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women.

Native American women are statistically killed at a rate up to 10 times higher than the national average, and 84% will experience violence in their lifetime.

Cases from this episode come from the Wind River Indian Reservation, one of the largest in the country, along with some hopeful commentary that this issue might be resolved.

For more information on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, and for ways to contribute, click here. 

To listen to this month’s episode, find Dead & Gone in Wyoming on your favorite podcast app or click the player below.

Dead & Gone in Wyoming is made possible by the Hampton Inn and Suites in Riverton, Wyoming.

For more Wyoming podcasts, follow 10Cast. To contact the show, e-mail: [email protected]

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