The world's first designated national park, Yellowstone is famous for its steaming geysers, bubbling mud pots, and wildlife-caused traffic jams. But few people may know about the many Native American tribes that visited the area long before John Colter "discovered" it, how one man nearly decimated the park's bison population, or the strange music that emanates from Yellowstone Lake. Each episode included in this book explores unusual phenomena, strange events, and mysteries in Yellowstone National Park's history. From rumors of ghosts in the iconic Old Faithful Inn to Bigfoot sightings throughout the park, Myths and Legends of Yellowstone makes history fun and pulls back the curtain on some of this national treasure's most fascinating and compelling stories.
About the Author
Ednor Therriault's Montana roots run deep: his great-great-grandparents homesteaded on Douglas Creek in the late 1800s. Therriault also has written Montana Curiosities and Montana Off the Beaten Path for Globe Pequot. He and his wife live in Missoula, Montana.