Nathan Glenn William grew up like every other kid in the 1920’s except his hero’s were Americas enemies. Glenn began a life of serious crime at age 11 by 12 he was in a reformatory and at 23 sentenced to life in prison for being a habitual criminal. After early release he was back to his life of crime that eventually led him to a 25 year sentence on Alcatraz where he befriended some of the notorious criminal he idolized as a kid.
Season 4 of High Adventure Podcast takes you on a journey following a career bank robber Nathan Glenn Williams. Literally using planes, trains, and automobiles to commit his crimes Glenn Williams goes from reformatories to state prisons and chain gangs to Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary.
Sam and Lennie go deep into the cave system in search of answers but the cave provide more questions than answers. Earthquakes, flash floods, collapsing exits, Jet Ski’s and unreasonable of people make this the worst place imaginable.
Samuel Candle is on a rope dropping into the darkness of a cave in the Mexican jungle. He’s dropping into a finite place in the infinite darkness. This is not a pleasure trip of unpleasurable obstacles, Sam is working. He’s traveled the world of high and steep mountains and of deep and dark caves, but this trip feels different. People, friends, have already died. Devil’s Domain is an original screenplay presented in multiple parts.
Check out our audiobook Everest Alone: Maurice Wilson’s 1934 Journey to be the first stand on the summit.
Maurice Wilson is leaving the Rongbuk Monastery and heading for the slopes and the summit of Mount Everest. Will he finally be able to fulfill his destiny, prove his critics wrong and be the first person the stand on the summit on the highest place on earth?
Maurice navigates the Ever Wrest across the North Africa, the Middle East and into India. The British government attempts to stop him at every turn. Maurice is forced too makes decisions that alter his plans and could end his life.
In this special episode we interview Anna Smith an internationally known mountaineer. Anna explains the attraction of mountaineering in remote regions and explains what it takes too mentally and physically take on the worlds biggest and hardest mountains.
Maurice climbs out of the darkness to find his reason to live, and or die trying. Maurice Wilson struggled to find his place in the world. He emigrated from England to New York, San Francisco, New Zealand and then back to London. In London, He met Leonard and Enid Evans a vivacious couple that befriended Maurice. Their relationship remains mysterious, but it’s thought it may have been a bit more than platonic. With the onset of serious health issues, Maurice consulted a man with a “miracle cure.” The cure worked, and it set in motion Maurice’s plans that would change his life and his hope to change the lives of people around the world.
Maurice Wilson was from Yorkshire, England. He was a decorated but damaged WWI veteran. In 1933 he became obsessed with Mount Everest and becoming the first man to stand upon its’ summit. His plan seemed reasonable. Fly a plane from England to Everest, land somewhere on the mountain and walk or climb to the summit. Maurice’s main obstacles were that he had no climbing experience and have never piloted a plane before. Why let details interfere with destiny?