Size Matters in Spook Nation :
Spook Spann Hunting Highlights :
I Shouldn't Be Alive is a documentary television series made by Darlow Smithson Productions, a UK-based production company, that featured accounts of individuals or groups caught in dangerous scenarios away from civilization in natural environments. The show aired on multiple networks in the United States, Canada, the UK, the Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand, India, Iran, Pakistan, South Africa and the Philippines.
The show was compiled using footage of interviews and dramatic reenactments of the situation. The main focus of the show was providing an explanation of how the participants survived the ordeal against typical odds and outlining the decisions they made that kept them alive.
In March 2004, 3 amateur hunters and their 20 local guides become stranded in the remote mountain wilderness of Kyrgyzstan when their trapped vehicle falls into a large snow drift after their hunt. Then, just as they believe they have been saved, the rescue helicopter goes out of control and crashes not far from where they were originally trapped. The pilot and the guide tending the horses die in the crash and the others are left lost in a barren, mountainous nightmare.
Season 3 - Epsidoe 9 - "Blizzard of Death"
Survivors: Dennis and William "Spook" Spann, Clay Lancaster, 13 Kyrghiz guides, 6 government officials. Deceased: 1 Kyrghiz guide (horse tender) and helicopter pilot
April 23, 2010