The Michigan man found dead last week, killed by a grizzly bear while hiking through Yellowstone National Park, died while visiting a place he loved, his family told ABC News.
Relatives of 59-year-old John Wallace told ABC that he'd told his wife in a voicemail last week that "being in Yellowstone was like being in heaven."
Wallace's body was found Friday along the Mary Mountain Trail where he had been hiking. Hikers found his body by itself, surrounded by bear tracks. An autopsy concluded...Full Story