The killing of Karen Wood

Clark, E.
November 1989
Yankee;Nov89, Vol. 53 Issue 11, p94
Reports on the accidental shooting death of Karen Wood, 38, in the backyard of her Hermon, Me. home, and how the area residents seemed to blame her, not the hunter Donald Rogerson, for her death. Discusses her husband, Dr. Kevin Wood, and his struggle for justice, and the twin daughters left behind. The fight between hunters and non-hunters over who owns the woods. INSET: How high the risk? (hunting fatalities and laws)..


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