Acaimie rescued her husband WWTL 36

What Was That Like

Explicit content

0:00
43:25
10
10

Acaimie rescued her husband WWTL 36

What Was That Like

Explicit content

Acaimie and her husband, Clay, have been through a pretty bizarre experience. When I heard this story, I knew I needed to talk to this young lady.

She and Clay were doing a volcano hike. That in itself might seem story-worthy. But this was not actually an “active” volcano so it wasn’t spewing lava. They hiked the 2 ½ miles up to the rim, hung out for a while, took some pictures. Then Clay decided he wanted to climb down into the crater. Acaimie didn’t feel safe because of the steep incline, so Clay ventured down on his own. Things didn’t go as planned.

This happened on an island, and they were all alone, and Acaimie had no phone signal to call for help.

And, they were on their honeymoon – they had only been married a few days.

Acaimie and Clay are back home in Indiana now. What you’re about to hear is an experience they would not have chosen to go through, but they do have quite a story to tell their grandchildren some day.

And did you know we have a private Facebook group for listeners of this podcast? We’d love to see you there – WhatWasThatLike.com/facebook.

And if you’d like to join the others who support this show for as little as $1 per month, you can do that at WhatWasThatLike.com/support.

Episodes
Date
Duration
Recommended episodes :

Liz discovered a suicide WWTL 63

What Was That Like

Terri witnessed a murder WWTL 62

What Was That Like

Robin drove the Wienermobile WWTL 61

What Was That Like

The podcast What Was That Like has been added to your home screen.

Acaimie and her husband, Clay, have been through a pretty bizarre experience. When I heard this story, I knew I needed to talk to this young lady.

She and Clay were doing a volcano hike. That in itself might seem story-worthy. But this was not actually an “active” volcano so it wasn’t spewing lava. They hiked the 2 ½ miles up to the rim, hung out for a while, took some pictures. Then Clay decided he wanted to climb down into the crater. Acaimie didn’t feel safe because of the steep incline, so Clay ventured down on his own. Things didn’t go as planned.

This happened on an island, and they were all alone, and Acaimie had no phone signal to call for help.

And, they were on their honeymoon – they had only been married a few days.

Acaimie and Clay are back home in Indiana now. What you’re about to hear is an experience they would not have chosen to go through, but they do have quite a story to tell their grandchildren some day.

And did you know we have a private Facebook group for listeners of this podcast? We’d love to see you there – WhatWasThatLike.com/facebook.

And if you’d like to join the others who support this show for as little as $1 per month, you can do that at WhatWasThatLike.com/support.

Subscribe Install Share
What Was That Like

Thank you for your subscription

For a better experience, also consider installing the application.

Install