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Albert Johnson, known as the Mad Trapper of Rat River, was a murderer and a fugitive from the largest manhunt in the history of Canada, leading a posse of Mounties through the Arctic on a six week, winter wilderness chase in He killed one Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer and wounded two others before dying from police bullets in a firefight on a frozen river.
Today, the Mad Trapper tale is symbolic of the North American frontier.
He is an icon. But was he really Albert Johnson? Find out what modern forensic science tells us. He noted Johnson was slight of stature, clean in appearance, and spoke with a Scandinavian accent.
Albert Johnson ventured far into the McKenzie Delta and built a small, log cabin on the banks of the Rat River where he reclused. Come the winter, local natives found their traps being raided and concluded the only suspect was Albert Johnson.
Johnson was there but refused to speak, forcing the police to return to Aklavik and get a search warrant. The police retreated to form a larger posse.
They came back with nine, heavily-armed men, forty-two dogs, and twenty pounds of dynamite. Johnson again opened fire, causing the police to hurl in explosives which blew the cabin apart. Rather than himself also being in pieces, Johnson emerged from a foxhole under the cabin and blasted back with his rifle.
A hour standoff, in F temperatures, took place until the posse backed-off to Aklavik for more help. A severe blizzard delayed the return, but on January 14th,a huge squad of police and civilians arrived to find Albert Johnson long gone.
The pursuers caught up with Johnson two weeks later far up the Rat River where Johnson opened fire from a thicket of trees on the bank and shot Constable Edgar Millen dead. Again the police retreated. By now the news of the manhunt had reached the outer world through an emerging medium called radio.
It was like the OJ Simpson case of the time. They embedded radio into another new tactic — the airplane. World War One flying ace W. On February 14, May spotted Johnson on the Eagle River in the Yukon Territory, confirming Johnson had traveled an incredible miles, crossing a 7,foot mountain pass in white-out conditions, in temperatures with windchill hitting 60 below Fahrenheit.
The police overtook Johnson on a river bend on February 17th, It ended in a mass of bullets leaving another Mountie seriously wounded and Albert Johnson, the Mad Trapper of Rat River, dead on the snow. Remarkably, dental examination showed sophisticated, gold bridgework which indicated this man, age estimated at 35 — 40, came from an affluent background.
An extensive investigation ensued to find his true identity. His death photos and description were circulated word wide, causing some leads to come in, but nothing definite. These latitudes and longitudes can be plugged into iTouch Maps for satellite viewing.
The most widely accepted theory was Arthur Nelson, a prospector who was known to be in British Columbia from to and had left for the Arctic.
Again, the physical description was similar and the Scandinavian accent noted by Constable Millen seemed to fit. Again all the pieces fit — physical appearance, personal effects, and disposition. As part of a Discovery Channel documentary, a team of eminent scientists including forensic odontologist and DNA extraction expert Dr.
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