Best of 2018: HumaNature Episodes

A curated episode list by AnnaBRader
Creation Date December 12th, 2018
Updated Date Updated July 3rd, 2019
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Episode 35: Time Bomb
Brian Corliss just wanted to quench his thirst. But on a snowmobile outing, he grabbed the wrong bottle. *Disclaimer: The actions taken in this story do not constitute medical advice. In the case of poisoning, call Poison Control at (800) 222-1222. (more…)
Episode 38: The Hunt
Jessi Johnson is a modern-day Artemis. But the perfect shot led her on a heartbreaking odyssey. (more…)
Episode 41: Carbon And Dust
Felicia Friesema and Steve Julian had a “miracle relationship.” They carved out an oasis in the middle of Los Angeles. But then they found themselves facing one of the most fundamental aspects of nature: death. (more…)
The Event Horizon Part 1: Black Hole
This is the first part of a three-part series on creation and destruction. Black holes are the most destructive force in the universe. But what if they’re also creative? (more…)
The Event Horizon Part 2: Creativity
If creative and destructive forces are linked, what does this say about artists, or mothers, or god? (more…)
The Event Horizon Part 3: Death
To Alua Arthur, life made no sense. But then she began to make sense of death. (more…)
Episode 46: Sanctuary
In 2012, 30 wolves and wolf-dogs were living at W.O.L.F. Sanctuary in northern Colorado. But one sunny June morning, a massive wildfire closed in on their mountain home. (more…)
Episode 48: The In-Between II
A haunted shop. An interview with spirits. A protective force field. It’s the time of year when the shadows lengthen and we bring you stories that aren’t quite natural and aren’t all the way human. (more…)
Episode 49: Murphy’s Law
Marty Edwards wanted to go on a fun trip with his girlfriend. But Mother Nature had other plans. (more…)
Episode 50: Witness
Gayle Woodsum finally found a safe place in the remote Rocky Mountains. But when an oil rig moved in, she wondered how safe it was after all. (more…)