Mad Trapper of Canada

Mad Trapper of Canada

In 1932, a man who is now known as ‘The Mad Trapper of Canada’ opened fire on policemen, fled 85 miles in -50 degree weather in 3 days, climbed a 7,000-foot mountain during a blizzard, and was finally shot dead by a WWI ace. The only sound he ever made was laughter as he killed a policeman. His identity is still unknown.

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