He fought in Vietnam and Korea. He was a Mormon-turned-Catholic priest who went by Bill or Wolfgang or Wolf. He was an ROTC instructor, an exorcist and paranormal researcher. He was a radio host. He was a runner. And, many believe, he was D.B. Cooper.
Running saved Leadville and brought new fire to Chamonix. The new 140-mile Route 66 UltraRun could make a big difference here, too—in the restoration of one of the nation’s most historic routes, and in seeing that it has a future as well as a past. Says RD Marshall Ulrich, “We have to see where we came from so we can move forward.”