To this day some guests refuse to sleep in Room 10 at the Glacier Bear Lodge in Yakutat, Alaska.
Sandra Perry, a vacationing mother of three from Washington state, was shot to death there in the summer of 1996. She was 38. Her boyfriend, Robert Kowalski, said he grabbed a gun to shoot a bear outside their window but it accidentally went off, hitting her in the face. There were no witnesses.
Troopers investigated and in the end they called it an accident. But around town people still talk about it, said Sharesse Edwards, one of the lodge owners. Some say Perry's spirit stayed in the room, unable to rest until the world knew the truth.
And now, 12 years after her death, Alaska prosecutors are looking into the case again. That's because Kowalski has been charged with murder in Montana, and the circumstances are strikingly similar.
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