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.
The Deadly Grizzly Bear Attacks That Changed the National Park Service Forever
Adding Night of the Grizzlies to my reading list!