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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    More on the Colorado bear attack


    http://www.thedenverchannel.com/news...est-of-boulder More at link

    Bear attacks camp staffer at Glacier View Ranch Christian retreat northwest of Boulder

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    UPDATE: Officials said Monday they have killed a bear believed to be the one that attacked a camper. Get the latest details here.

    BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. -- Parks and wildlife officials are looking for a dangerous bear that attacked a Christian camp staffer and dragged him roughly ten feet from his campsite in Boulder County early Sunday morning.
    The attack happened around 4 a.m. at Glacier View Ranch, a Christian camp site located northwest of Boulder in the Town of Ward.
    Officials told Denver7 the 19-year-old staffer, named Dylan, woke up to the bear biting his head and trying to drag him away. Fellow staffers tried to scare the bear away to save the teen's life. The animal eventually left on its own.
    "The crunching noise, I guess, was the teeth scraping against the skull as it dug in," Dylan told Denver7's Amanda del Castillo.
    Dylan said he and four other staffers were in sleeping bags along the camp's lakefront.
    "It grabbed me like this and pulled me. Then it bit the back of my head and drug me," he said, pointing to scars on his forehead.
    Dylan said the bear dragged him ten to 12-feet away before he was able to free himself. "When it was dragging me, that was the slowest part. It felt like it went forever."
    Wilderness Survival is something he is very familiar with, teaching the subject at camp.
    "I'm not afraid of the bears. I'm not afraid of sleeping outside anymore. You just have to be aware and respect the animals," Dylan said.
    Following the attack, Dylan was taken to a hospital and has already been released, according to Jennifer Churchill with Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
    Dan Hansen, director for the Glacier View Ranch, told Denver7 the bear wandered into the main area of campus where several staff members were sleeping. "Unprovoked, the bear proceeded to attack one staff member," he said.
    "Campers were not threatened or involved at any time," Hansen said in a press release obtained by Denver7.
    A summer camp program at Glacier View Ranch will continue through July 16, Hansen said in a statement, adding that staff is trained for contact, interaction and incidents with wildlife including moose, wild cats and bears.


    But Park and Wildlife officials said that "the dangerous bear is still in the wild" and has not been caught by authorities. Officials are asking outdoor enthusiasts to be extra vigilant.

    This most recent bear encounter comes after four bears were killed in the Durango area on Wednesday.
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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Quote Originally Posted by monty View Post
    That was the only link I had any luck with. No details on just exactly what he did to fight off the bear. The Ranger said it was not common behavior for a Black Bear. If you were to say something is not common human behavior, it would sure cover a lot of ground.

    Large predators do have typical behavior patterns but they are individuals subject to different levels of curiosity, temper, agressiveness etc.

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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Another video here done by Rusty West of ten disappearances in national and state parks. I see in the comments that person #10 Andrew McCracken has been found and is home with his family. No explanation of why he disappeared in the news story at this link though.
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    We are all travelers through this world
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    We are all travelers through this world
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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    I like to go to youtube and watch these on full screen. Pretty country and nice music but it's sure a puzzle as to what happened to these people.





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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Aliens. Didn't Eisenhower meet with aliens and make some kind of deal? The aliens would share technology but they wanted to harvest humans to study and breed with. Eisenhower said okay but don't make it obvious.

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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    ^ I read a story like that in the past but I have no idea if there's any truth to it. I've never seen a UFO or a Bigfoot but I've heard stories of people who claim to have seen things like that and they sound credible. I'll be damned if I know if they really do exist. I'd have to see something like that to make up my mind and I've been out in the wilderness and I never saw anything unusual along those lines.
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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    The big cat population is so dense here, they're literally on top of each other (Socal mountains at 7000'). Kids go missing often. The parents turn their heads and the kids are gone.

    I mountain bike and hike 100% solo. Most times I have two large dogs. I always have a 10mm in a Hill People chest rig.

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