On an autumn day in 1910, a family of five set out on the Pigeon River in a canoe. The father was intent on fishing, and the rest of the family to enjoy a day on the water. In this peculiar story they found anything but what they sought.
During the spring of 2017, a 53-year-old man fell to his death in Yellowstone National Park. Tragic but not unheard of, what is unusual is that this is the fourth death in two years connected to the hunt for treasure, reportedly hid in the Rocky Mountain region, by author and antiquities dealer Forrest Fenn in 2010.
Stranger Than Fiction Stories by M.P. Pellicer