“America’s history is written in Folk songs,” says Wyoming born Spencer Bohren. Like the story of “Delia.” Living around a hundred years ago, she was a gambler, the song’s lyrics reveal. “A woman you wound not want to have your son hang around with,” Bohren says.
“There’s always a risk,” says German solo sailor Lina Rixgens. “But I’m studying medicine and my on board pharmacy is quite well prepared.“
It’s a mystic place. Berlin Devil’s Mountain. Piled up with World War II rubble. An artificial hill just outside of German capital Berlin. And once, in the times of the Cold War, a seemingly perfect place for a listening station.