Book DescriptionIt's like that in grizzly country. You can do a lot of things that, in retrospect, are mistakes. Like hiking along a brushy trail. No bear, no problem. Big bear, big problem. As a recognized self-defense expert who spends the majority of his time roaming large-predator habitat, I've come to realize that sooner or later it happens to everyone. Through no conscious fault of your own, you find yourself in a potentially dangerous situation. And when that happens all the cute statistics-like the one about how you are 380 times more likely to die from a bee sting than a bear bite-vaporize in the twenty yards that separate you from an animal twice as powerful pound-for-pound as any man and capable of tearing out huge chunks of your flesh with its powerful jaws. -From TRUE STORIES OF BEAR ATTACKS.