David Windecher & Emiley Cox on ‘Hunted’: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
Search Heavy

David Windecher & Emiley Cox on ‘Hunted’: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

David Windecher, Emiley Cox, David And Emiley On Hunted, Hunted CBS Series, Hunted Cast, Hunted Cast 2017, Hunted Series

(CBS)

David Windecher and his girlfriend Emiley Cox are cast members of the new reality competition series Hunted on CBS. The purpose of the show is for contestants who are dubbed as “fugitives” must evade the “hunters” and professional investigators for 28 days, without being captured. Windecher and Cox are a team of fugitives and we’ve got the details on the duo in our 5 Fast Facts below.


1. Growing Up, Windecher Was In a Gang

Tune in @huntedcbs 1.22.17 – These Hunters can't catch a cold! #Hunted

A post shared by David Lee Windecher (@davidleewindecher) on

Windecher may be a criminal defense attorney today, but, growing up, he had it rough and said that he joined a gang in order to survive. He also said that he was arrested 13 times, so he’s familiar with police. Windecher admitted that, though he was arrested 13 times, he got away with a lot more than he was actually caught doing. Upon meeting girlfriend Cox, she said that telling her he used to be in a gang was one of the first things he told her.


2. Cox Makes a Huge Mistake

-41 degrees. No probs. Meanwhile back in Atlanta … "state of emergency" .. with a low of 35. #jacksonhole #wyoming

A post shared by David Lee Windecher (@davidleewindecher) on

When the investigators start going through Cox’s belongings, they discover a blank calendar with the month of June ripped off of it. Soon, the investigators realize that Cox’s entire itinerary and schedule had imprinted through onto the calendar. This helps the hunters to quickly get on their trail.


3. Apparently, Cox Found Out About the Show Via Facebook

noi a #venezia

A post shared by David Lee Windecher (@davidleewindecher) on

According to Alabama.com, Cox said she found out about the competition show via Facebook, so she presented her boyfriend with the idea. Cox said her man thought the show was an amazing idea and they decided to try out for it. She described the audition process as this:

It was a very long, detailed process. They asked so many questions, really got to know everything about our lives.


4. The Couple Had to Give Up Their Cell Phones to Be On the Show

Not only today, but erryday grateful for @emilliarosee – Happy Thanksgiving!

A post shared by David Lee Windecher (@davidleewindecher) on

Cox and Windecher were only allowed to tell a couple close loved ones about their participation on the show and they had to give up their cell phones for the month-long experience. In addition, Cox said that:

We couldn’t pre-plan, or pre-pack. I don’t think you can really prepare yourself for this.’ You’re overwhelmed, and excited, and scared.’ You have to look over your shoulder every second of every day.

The couple were not allowed to tell anyone about their time on the show.


5. Windecher Used to Sell Drugs

When Windecher was in a gang and going through rough times, he actually used to sell drugs, which he wrote about in his memoir “The American Dream: HisStory in the Making.” At the time, he was a high school dropout, but he decided to make positive changes in his life when a friend of his went to jail.

No Comments

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Discuss on Facebook