Monday, November 7, 2011


“Today we found a brown bear that the locals call the Grizzly. We call it the Bear that will not die."

Meriwether Lewis of the famed

Lewis and Clark expedition.


After years of being baited with a cocktail of raspberries, growth hormones, and human body parts by a young, greedy and unscrupulous hunting guide. These wild bears grow to a monstrous size and no longer understand their true role in the natural world. The largest male begins to wonder through the Northern sections of the Park, terrorizing any human he meets.
The smell of human has for the past six years meant raspberries. When these humans refuse to give him the one thing he craves more than all else, his patients runs out. Some hikers and campers escape but those few who don't, suffer a death so violent it stuns the first responders as well as Park management.
When the Chief Warden suffers this horrible fate then something has to be done with this Grizzly. They call in the Federal Wild Game Bounty Hunters.
These men are expert trackers and highly skilled hunters with vast knowledge of Bear activity and patterns. However, there is nothing normal about this bear.
After 24 hours the hunters realize this will be the most dangerous hunt of their lives. It soon becomes a battle for supremacy; the calculating human mind and their big guns against monstrous size, brute strength and absolute terror.
Man has not won every battle against Mother Nature. Can they win this one, or will this Patriarch successfully defend his territory? 

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1 comment:

  1. Please feel free to tell me about any bear encounter you may have experienced. It can be funny, or how destructive it was, or how dangerous, or hunters, tell me about your successful hunt. This includes any bear, grizzly, black, polar, or even panda. Just make sure it is your story, not one you have heard or read. I am looking for sceens in the sequel to "Grizzly." If I use your story I will send you signed copies of both "Grizzly" and the sequel.
    You can email me your contact information (above) if you don't want to post it here.