Jeremy Bassetti Speaks with Ryan Murdock about “The Hill of the Skull”

by Jeremy Bassetti
Jeremy Bassetti Ryan Murdock Personal Landscapes

Toady I’m bringing you a conversation I had with Ryan Murdock for his Personal Landscapes Podcast. He was kind enough to not only chat with me about my book The Hill of the Skull on his podcast, but let me re-broadcast a the conversation here on Travel Writing World. We talk about sacred mountains, anthropology, Bolivia, globalization, pilgrimage, and other topics.

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In personal news:

The crowdfunding campaign for The Hill of the Skull is entering its last two weeks. We’ve raised about 1/3 of the funds needed to publish the special edition book. If you are in a position to support the campaign, please consider doing so by visiting:, which will redirect you to the Kickstarter campaign page where you will find several ways to support the book.

So, without further ado, here is my conversation with Ryan Murdock on the Personal Landscapes  podcast.

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