Everts was an I.R.S. Agent from Montana invited to participate in the first official expedition to Yellowstone in 1870. His 37-day journey through the wilderness was marred by a series of unfortunate events.
Ford’s grandfather Charles Henry King was a prominent banker who helped establish several Wyoming cities, including Casper, Douglas, Riverton, and Shoshone. The future President also worked as a Yellowstone Park Ranger in 1936.
Charles Starkweather was one of the most infamous serial killers in American history. Thanks to a friendly stranger on a desolate highway in Wyoming, his reign of terror finally ended just outside of Douglas on January 29, 1958.