Full episode 539: The Leap Prologue Share a clip Transcript ByJoe Richman Ira recounts the story of William Cimillo, a New York bus driver who snapped one day, left his regular route, and drove his municipal bus down to Florida. (5 minutes) More in TravelView all 494: Hit the Road May 3, 2013 Act One: The Slowest Distance Between Two Points Andrew Forsthoefel's story continues. 483: Self-Improvement Kick Jan. 4, 2013 Act One: Is that a Compass, a Map, a Toothbrush and a Bottle of Purell in Your Pocket, or Are You Just Happy To See Me? Elna Baker tells a story about her friend Daryl Watson. 477: Getting Away With It Oct. 19, 2012 Act Three: Crime and Tutus Molly Shannon tells the story of when she and a friend evaded a whole lot of adults to travel half-way across the country, despite the fact that they were twelve years old and wearing tutus. More by Joe RichmanView all 634: Human Error in Volatile Situations Dec. 22, 2017 Act One In 1980, deep in a nuclear missile silo in Arkansas, a simple human error nearly caused the destruction of a giant portion of the Midwest. 555: The Incredible Rarity of Changing Your Mind Apr. 24, 2015 Act Two: Crime Pays Reporter Joe Richman visits a program in Richmond, CA that is trying a controversial method of reducing gun violence in their city: paying criminals to not commit crimes. 539: The Leap Nov. 7, 2014 Act One: Busman’s Holiday Radio Diaries’ Joe Richman continues William Cimillo’s story and talks to his two sons about what it was like to have lived through the drama that ensued after their father’s big journey.