Jack Olsen's true account, traces the causes of the tragic night in August 1967 when two separate and unrelated campers, a distance apart, were savagely mangled and killed by enraged bears.
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The night the bears lost their fear of humans
Just like you are THERE!
It was like listening to a very REAL campfire story--a great way to hear the tale.
As a camper and hiker and someone who has lived in Alaska, I truly appreciated the ENTIRE STORY. There were so many great moments…don't want to give any spoilers. But here's one: at the end when The Journalist gets outraged about killing one of The Grizzly's Cubs, he unsheathes his knife which he flings to the ground and yells, "Dammit, the cubs would not come around if you just stopped feeding them!" Pretty much sums up the whole book. Also, I truly appreciated all the changes that came about from the deaths of the campers.
LOVED the narrator and his deep piercing voice.
ABSOLUTELY!!!! I didn't want to to end! : (