400 Pound Bear Stalks Cali Woman At Campsite…Returns Next Night, Drags Her Out Of Tent And Kills Her


Walking through Montana at this moment is terrifying. Numerous records say that a 400-pound grizzly bear terrorized a woman in Missoula, and the incident ended tragically.

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The bear followed one camper group, and the next night, it took out one 65-year-old woman from her tent and killed her.

The dangerous animal had before wandered into the zone where the group was camping and left. However, it came back again.

Right before the woman’s death, she shared with the group about her run-ins with the bear. But, when they returned the next night, everything became deadly in a blink of an eye.

The KRTV shared the full story so that you can read it below:

At about 3:30 a.m., the two people in the tent adjacent to the victim were awakened by sounds of the attack. They got out of the tent and sprayed the bear with bear spray. It has not been seen since.

The bear pulled the victim from the tent during the fatal attack.

At some point during the night, the bear also got into a chicken coop in town, killing and eating several chickens.

While the initial search for the bear was unsuccessful, FWP wardens and bear specialists are monitoring the area closely. “At this point, our best chance for catching this bear will be culvert traps set in the area near the chicken coop where the bear killed and ate several chickens,” said Randy Arnold, FWP regional supervisor in Missoula.

FWP bear experts believe the bear was an approximately 400-pound male, judging by behavior and footprints. DNA from the bear was collected at the scene of the attack and will be analyzed. Should a bear be caught in a trap, DNA can quickly be compared to the DNA already collected to determine if it is the same animal.

The Powell County Sheriff’s Office posted on Facebook: “Traps have been set in the area, and searching will continue by ground and in the air with the priority of keeping the public safe from another encounter. Campsites in Ovando have been closed until Sunday, and we encourage anyone in the area to be cautious and aware that as of now, the bear in question has not been located.”

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