Thursday Mar 21, 2024

Border Dangers: What The Mainstream Media Is Not Telling You

Welcome to Dark Outdoors, where we shine a light on the often ignored perils in the great outdoors. In this episode, we navigate through increasing encounters with criminal activities, unstable wildlife, and unexpected weather in the wonderful outdoors.

This episode dives into a sobering, first-hand account by a father and son duo, who during a deer hunt, encounter what seems to be an organized crime unit in South Texas brush country. This chilling ordeal underscores the unseen threats that lurk within our beloved natural parks, particularly in vicinity of border lines.

Focusing on an issue largely ignored by mainstream media, the podcast amplifies the problems faced by landowners, hunters, fishermen, backpackers, and hikers along borderlines. Explicating countless narratives of illegal crossings by individuals linked to criminal syndicates and terror networks, it throws light on the disturbing aspect of the outdoor sphere often in conflict with our peaceful perceptions.

We highlight the poignant case of Teresa Hartley as part of our ‘Missing in the wild’ segment brought to you b B.A.C Shows. It serves as a stark reminder of the unsolved cases that demand our awareness and collective efforts towards spreading the word, aiming to bring closure to their loved ones.

Featuring Sheriff Ronnie Dodson from Brewster County, the episode reveals the tribulations associated with maintaining law and order in a vast, secluded territory. It outlines an increasing trend of property damage, theft, and even human trafficking, superseding drug smuggling in border areas. The sheriff shares insights into how emerging technologies like drones and high-grade optics are being misappropriated by criminal groups, further escalating the uncertainty and risks in these regions.

As outdoor enthusiasts navigate the dark outdoors, the podcast offers important advice on how to handle an unexpected encounter with illegal migrants, defensive strategies such as bear sprays, and the significance of readiness, prayer, and self-defense.

This episode underlines the importance of being educated, prepared, and equipped to face potential life-threatening scenarios that are rarely discussed but are a grim reality, and urges listeners to stay vigilant while enjoying the allure of the West Texas outdoors.

Dark Outdoors is sponsored by Texas Fish & Game.

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