Pelican Lake en The Mysterious Death of Edward Keeler <p>Hunters and trappers spend a great deal of time alone in the woods, and outdoor activities in remote areas have their share of inherent dangers. &nbsp;</p><p>Those dangers were even more apparent in the 1930s, a time of limited communication, large tracts of remote country, few heavily traveled roads, and the occasional gangster, moonshiner or poacher.</p><p>In today’s History Afield, Bob Willging tells the story of one man’s mysterious death in the woods in 1931.</p> Thu, 26 Dec 2013 16:08:57 +0000 Bob Willging 12390 at The Mysterious Death of Edward Keeler