Death in Yellowstone: Accidents and Foolhardiness in the First National Park Setting & Symbolism

Lee Whittlesey
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Yellowstone National Park

This is the famed national park where Death in Yellowstone is set.

Yellowstone Lake

This is the major lake in Yellowstone that claimed many lives due to currents.

Old Faithful

This is the most famous geyser in Yellowstone which is located between hot springs.

Mammoth Hot Springs

This is one of the major and popular hot springs areas where many died.

Yellowstone River

The central river in Yellowstone that, like Yellowstone Lake, claimed many lives due to currents.

Warning Signs

Signs litter the park, although some visitors choose to disobey them or through negligence, simply do not see them. When these visitors complain, park employees are often forced to place more signs, making the park less natural.

Water Hemlock

This is a very poisonous plant in Yellowstone that is often mistaken for a parsnip. It has killed several people.

Man-Made Death

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