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ATS.X: A DCFusion PODCast #3 - Gadianton Canyon: Did a Portal to an Alternate Universe Open in Utah

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posted on Nov, 11 2006 @ 01:04 PM
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PODcast: A DCFusion PODCast #3 - Gadianton Canyon: Did a Portal to an Alternate Universe Open in Utah in 1972
The story of a group of college students who supposedly passed though a portal to an alternate universe and an examination of whether or not the story could be true.

length: 15:50
file: atsxpod_2000.mp3
size: 14845k
feed: atsx
status: live (at time of posting)

EDIT: To add -
Music Credit: "Emptyness" by Gahnah - found at www.podsafeaudio.com

[edit on 11/11/2006 by DCFusion]





posted on Nov, 12 2006 @ 12:28 AM
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DCFusion...

Liked the podcast... I first heard about this Gadianton Canyon about 5 years ago. I also
did at that time quite a bit of research on the subject. Much later, I was on a forum that
said someone from Alien Dave was supposed to be in touch with the supposed Sheriff.
They never posted later whether or not anything was verified or not...

Still.. it's an interesting story..


Nice podcast,, I really enjoyed it.

Johnny



posted on Nov, 12 2006 @ 01:25 AM
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DCFusion.... Good stuff.

I'm not sure if it was on ATS or in a book, but I have read an alternative version of the same story. Almost the exact same 'storyline' but involving a different location (possibly Canada?) and different names. There was possibly also a reference to the housing or buildings being either futuristic or outdated during the 'lost' period.



posted on Nov, 12 2006 @ 09:15 AM
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Hi, DC! I've got to hand it to you. Your podcasts are interesting and intriguing. I had not heard about Gadianton Canyon before. I especially like the fact that you actually take the time to verify as many elements of an incident before passing judgement.

Great hobby! BTW, it looks like you've got a great niche going here.



posted on Nov, 13 2006 @ 07:12 PM
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Thanks for listening, everyone!


Originally posted by JohnnyAnonymous
I was on a forum that said someone from Alien Dave was supposed to be in touch with the supposed Sheriff. They never posted later whether or not anything was verified or not...


I stumbled on this too, but was unable to find any verification of the claim, even after searching aliendave.com.


Originally posted by Irma
Almost the exact same 'storyline' but involving a different location (possibly Canada?) and different names.


I wouldn't be surprised if there were hundreds of versions of this story out there on the internet. This one just stuck to me because I had heard it a few times from friends before finding it on the internet.


Originally posted by maria_stardust
...it looks like you've got a great niche going here..


Ah! You noticed!



posted on Apr, 29 2010 @ 06:57 PM
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I first read this story on about.com almost 10 years and also tried to research it with little luck. Then came across this 2006 podcast 2 days ago and decided to look some more, with some results this time.

according to this link: www.prairieghosts.com... , Gadianton Cayon really is supposed to be near Modena, Utah and a haunt of the supernatural Gadianton robbers of mormon folklore. Common knowledge - for mormons, I guess.

As for the State Trooper 'Vic Lundquist' , I found 'him' too...sort of. A 'Victor Lundquist' turned up on an intelius search and a 'Vickie Lundquist' turned up in ussearch and both live/or lived in St George, UT. That's about about 60 miles south of Modena. 'Vickie' is listed as 60 years old as of 2010 and was 21-22 at the time of the story. So she would just barely fit the requirements for a Utah state trooper.

LINKS:

'Vickie Lundquist' look at no. 8

www.ussearch.com... ity=Saint%20George&searchFName=Vickie&adID=619200D752&adsource=9&TID=5&searchtab=home

Utah Department of Public Safety - employment

publicsafety.utah.gov...


One can easily pay for the public records and contact the individual but,
overall I too think the story is a hoax, and probably fairly recent as well. The big mystery here is why the author never bothered to use a map.



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