Mesa Verde Voices is a podcast that connects the past with the present through stories about people, places, and agriculture in the American Southwest.
And a law called NAGPRA.
From the 1940s until the 1970s, one of the most well-known exhibits in Mesa Verde's museum contained a human body - the mummified remains of a young woman known as Esther.
Even today, people have vivid memories of Esther. Visitors to the park often ask why she was removed from display, and where she went.