Death Valley National Park Hosts Death Valley Scotty Radio Play Fundraiser

Metabolic Studio IOU Radio presented Death 10665748 1480094948929053 8255005072560505953 nValley Scotty a radio play at the Furnace Creek Visitor Center, January 30, 2016. About 80 people listened in on Death Valley Scotty, written by Ruth Woodman in 1931 and originally airing in 1955 in the Death Valley Days Series. Performers ranging from Bishop to Los Angeles read the play and performed live music and sound effects. We had a blast!

 
All proceeds of this event went to the Scotty's Castle Historic Preservation Fund to support flood recovery. Metabolic Studio has also decided to Chip in a $5000 grant for the casue!
 
Walter Scott (a.k.a. Death Valley Scotty) was a prospector, a performer with Buffalo Bill Cody’s Wild West Show, a racont10689713 1480094585595756 2900344290958529829 neur, a conman, husband and father. In 1885 he met an Easterner who was told he only had a few weeks to live. Scotty helped him to recover and cemented a secretive, life long partnership. In 1905 he beat the cross-country speed record on a train from L.A. to Chicago. Free with his stories and his cash, he quickly became one of the West’s most prominent and mysterious legends and kept reporters and the country on the edge of its seat for decades. His fabulous stories of secret gold mines and his million-dollar oasis in Death Valley (Scotty’s Castle) kept the public and newspapermen eager for the next story.

*We'd like to thank RIO TINTO for providing the material for this program.

* This show will be recorded and broadcast on the internet at: IOURADIO.org at a later date.
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