After having a black bear leave claw marks on his doors and
walls and even enter his secluded Charlemont, Massachusetts, home,
Edward Root kept his 16-ga. shotgun handy just in case it returned.
Root had spoken to the Massachusetts Environmental Police about the
bear--which had been ransacking Root's home and yard for about three
weeks--and the agency advised him to "protect himself." His concern
was well founded as the bear returned and made for the house--and
Root--as he was standing at his front door. Root said, "He was not
scared of me at all. He had absolutely no fear." The bear was
approaching the front door when the homeowner shot twice, killing
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