Book explores death in Glacier Park

By | July 1, 2016

Arrow Lake. With hundreds of cold, deep lakes and streams, the No. 1 cause of death in Glacier is drowning. From the Hungry Horse News

The Hungry Horse News says that when Randi Minetor was 8 years old, a teacher read to her class an account of the night of the grizzlies that took place in Glacier National Park in 1967. From that day forward she fostered a desire to see bears in Glacier. She finally visited the Park in 2007 and this spring published “Death in Glacier National Park.” Its a book about the deaths that have occurred in the Park since it was formed in 1910. And it includes the chilling story of the night of the grizzlies, the first reported fatal bear attacks in the Park. Read the full story here.

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