Recent ITRH Survival Podcast Episodes
Where to Start...
These are ITRH’s most acclaimed episodes that paint a clear picture of what the Podcast is about are and what you should know getting into preparedness and survivalism:
- You Need to Know This ONE Thing About Survival!
- Survival CHI Final Summation: The foundational principles of ITRH.
- Fundamentals of the Survival Model Basic-8 Made Easy
- TEOTWAWKI Reality Check: What do you really need to be prepping for
What We Do...
Our mission is to help you stay safe in person and sound in mind while making the dark topic of survival and preparedness fun and approachable.
And did we mention, survival is our jam! ITRH takes listeners through the journey of becoming better prepared for whatever comes next. We don’t shy away from topics. But we also call ourselves out when the tinfoil hats get a little too tight too.
Why We Do It & A Quick History...
Aaron and Jonathan took to the web and founded In The Rabbit Hole Urban Survival in February of 2010 after years of being frustrated. You see, no one was adequately addressing the concerns of urban survivalists.
There was also a lack of reason, practicality, and humor in most other information sources. These deficits in thinking and presentation diminished the validity of the community in their estimates.
Shortly after the show started, long-time friend and accomplice in shenanigans, Jason joined the show to add a touch of “Red Neck Cajun.” Since then the show enjoyed many great guests and a wide range of topics.
They are three “city boys” with a lifetime love for the outdoors, an affinity for city life, passion for urban survival, and a focus on libertarian ideals.
In ladder years of the show, Jonathan and Jason each went on “baby sabbatical.” The two still made annual appearances and the rest of the time Aaron held down the fort with weekly subject matter expert guests.
Currently, the show is not in production. Aaron decided in late 2019 the show had contributed enough to the survival body of knowledge. This decision was made shortly before ITRH produced 300 episodes.
Aaron also had personal projects that would be his focus going forward. You can learn more about why production stopped and what’s next in this episode: WTF is Happening to ITRH