The Deadly Grizzly Bear Attacks That Changed the National Park Service Forever

Adding Night of the Grizzlies to my reading list!

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Glacier National Park’s busiest season came to an abrupt halt in the summer of 1967. In a matter of hours, two grizzly bears had acted as they never had before in the park’s 57-year history. Several miles apart, each bear had mauled a young woman on the same day, in the dark, early hours of August 13.

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