Death in Yellowstone: Accidents and Foolhardiness in the First National Park - Chapters 11-14, Fatal Attraction: Deaths From Falls, Deaths From Forest Fires: Smoke Chasing Can Kill, The Gloom of Earthquakes: Shaky Breaky Park, Danger in the Water: Deaths From Drowning Summary & Analysis

Lee Whittlesey
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Chapters 11-14, Fatal Attraction: Deaths From Falls, Deaths From Forest Fires: Smoke Chasing Can Kill, The Gloom of Earthquakes: Shaky Breaky Park, Danger in the Water: Deaths From Drowning Summary and Analysis

As of 1995, twenty-four people have died from falls in Yellowstone, four from manmade structures, three from mounts and the rest into canyons. There is also a special case of a man and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Dunn, who backed their car off the rim of the Yellowstone Grand Canyon on July 13th, 1924. No one could figure out how it happened. Other deaths were more 'normal' such as the death of Jack Davis, who died after falling off a high scaffolding on August 29th...

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