Death in Yellowstone: Accidents and Foolhardiness in the First National Park Short Answer Test - Answer Key

Lee Whittlesey
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1. The author, Lee H. Whittlesey, was a Yellowstone Park Ranger and later a ______ student.

Law.

2. The author studied _______________________ cases in Yellowstone.

Wrongful death and personal injury.

3. In most Yellowstone cases, the author argues, the ______________ are simply incorrect that the injury or death suffered was a true accident.

Victims.

4. Death in Yellowstone covers ____________ hundred deaths and each one was a very emotional story for someone, so the author has tried to be delicate.

Three.

5. On July 20th, _________, David Allen Kirwan, 24, and his friend, Ronald Ratliff, 25, parked at Yellowstone's Fountain Paint Pot.

1981.

6. While they view the springs, Ratliff's dog 'Mossie', a large Mastiff, escaped from the car and jumped into Celestine Pool, which routinely measures _______ degrees Fahrenheit.

202.

7. Kirwan prepared to go in the spring and a bystander yelled what?

Not to do so.

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