Garth Brooks: Earthquakes, Internet Rumors, and Missing Persons
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Garth Brooks has more albums that have sold over 10 million copies than any other artist in history. He cut one of the biggest record deals in history – bigger than Madonna or Prince, a deal matched at the time only by Michael Jackson. His live shows are just as big, like when he triggered an actual earthquake in Baton Rouge. But it was along Garth Brooks’ seismic tour route that online detectives began to suss out a rumor…a rumor tying together the cities in which Garth Brooks performed and missing persons cases. A rumor that left some people asking, “Where are the bodies, G?” This episode contains themes that may be disturbing to some listeners, including descriptions of domestic violence. To see the full list of contributors, see the show notes at To listen to Disgraceland ad free and get access to a monthly exclusive episode, weekly bonus content and more, become a Disgraceland All Access member at Visit Tecovas in store or go to and find your new favorite pair of boots today! Sign up for our newsletter and get the inside dirt on events, merch and other awesomeness - GET THE NEWSLETTER Follow Jake and DISGRACELAND: Instagram YouTube X (formerly Twitter)  Facebook Fan Group TikTok Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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