Grizzly Bear Returns to Campsite to Kill Woman Who Scared Him Off Earlier in the Night

Grizzly Bear Returns to Campsite to Kill Woman Who Scared Him Off Earlier in the Night


A grizzly bear that was scared off by a woman camping in Montana returned to the campsite later that same night to kill her.

While the incident happened in July of last year, the Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee (IGBC) recently released its review of the bear attack.

Leah Davis Lokan, from Chico, California, was on a multi-day bicycle trip through Montana when she decided to stop in the town of Ovando for a night.

Lokan had decided to camp behind a museum next to Joe and Kim Cole, acquaintances she had met during her bicycle trip.

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In the early hours of July 6, 2021, at approximately 3:08 a.m., the Coles were awoken by Lokan crying out, “Bear, bear!” and found a bear several feet away, exploring the area.

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