Death in Yellowstone: Accidents and Foolhardiness in the First National Park - Chapters 21-25, Powerless in Eden: Deaths From Suicide, Missing and Presumed Dead, Deaths From Gas Stove Explosions and Structural Fires, Deaths From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, Travel in Wonderland: Death on the Road and in the Air, Conclusion: Pay Attent Summary & Analysis

Lee Whittlesey
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Chapters 21-25, Powerless in Eden: Deaths From Suicide, Missing and Presumed Dead, Deaths From Gas Stove Explosions and Structural Fires, Deaths From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, Travel in Wonderland: Death on the Road and in the Air, Conclusion: Pay Attention and Don't Sanitize the Woods Summary and Analysis

Fifteen people have committed suicide in Yellowstone and four outside of the park. Most have been park employees. Suicide is usually deeply personal, so it is not always clear why it occurs. The first suicide was committed by Mrs. Emily Moore, 27, who died January 27th, 1884 from overdosing on morphine. She had neuralgia and seems to have deliberately taken too much...

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