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Grizzly Attack in Colorado:  
The Ed Wiseman Story
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Ken Teter said:   December 28, 2017 6:09 pm PST
Just found out about the book. I knew Ed when I was guiding in Colorado. The last time I saw him was at a meeting in Salida, Colorado for the Outfitters Professional Society. Believe me, his battle scars were quite significant.

DON OLDHAM said:   December 21, 2017 12:15 pm PST
1998--YOU WERE OUR GUIDE. JOHN(MY SON) AND I HAD A VERY MEMORABLE HUNTING TRIP. HOPE ALL IS WELL WITH YOU. MERRY CHRISTMAS! DON OLDHAM WINGO, KY

Al Brandenburg said:   October 22, 2017 9:28 pm PST
I was the camp cook. Just wondering if anyone remembered.

Michael Brent said:   November 17, 2015 4:20 pm PST
I have read "Ghost Grizzlies" many, many times and will be ordering this story asap! I spent 4 days backpacking the CDT in and around Blue Lake & middle fork back in 2004 and had no idea this all happened in that hallow ground that I walked upon that week! Can't wait to take my son up to the Navajo River head waters to show him where that incredible grizzly encounter took place many moons ago..

Linda Calaway Morgan said:   May 28, 2015 4:30 am PST
I met Ed's mom Virginia. She is my great aunt and I would love to speak with Ed to get some family informaiton, I have the magazine that the story was orginally in still. My great aunt Virginia sent it to me when we went to my great aunt Elizabeths funeral in Oklahoma.

Tom Nelson said:   January 24, 2015 8:22 pm PST
Ed and I first met when we were fellow board members of the Rocky Mountain Bighorn Society of Colorado. Honored to have a copy with a personal inscription from Ed thanks to our mutual friend John Gibson. Excited to have completed the book…… what a story! I have hunted and fished a lot of the same country that Ed hunted, especially the Sangre de Cristos near Crestone. Some wild country for sure.

Rob Burkart said:   December 23, 2014 5:00 pm PST
I received the book as a Christmas gift from my Colorado friend Randy W. who knew Mr Wiseman. The day I received it I began reading and couldn't put it down. Great book and story.

DaveOrtiz said:   May 21, 2014 2:14 pm PST
I didn't know this book existed until now. The site of the attack is approx 90 miles NE of my home, and makes me think twice when heading out to the San Juan high country.Even the reported local bigfoot doesn't scare me compared to a charging Grizz!

Ed Reed said:   November 11, 2013 4:05 pm PST
I went to the Denver Museum of Nature and Science yesterday. The hide is not currently on display but there is a plaque that mentions the event in the Bear exhibit.

Ed said:   November 9, 2013 8:38 pm PST
Just finished the book and am headed to the Denver Museum of Natural History tomorrow to see if the beast is still on display. I plan to go find the site one day, I was a freshman in college when all this happened - great story.

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