Ominous painting at the Mad Trapper

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This is one of many decorations at the Mad Trapper pub. I believe it shows the death of Albert Johnson in 1931 after a police chase.It’s kind of creepy, no?

Kind of reminds me of film noir. “I listened around, but it was quiet. It was too quiet. Something was wrong.”

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2 responses to “Ominous painting at the Mad Trapper

  1. I read this book just last year. It’s a good tale, and kind of a weird story, too.

    Carolyn H.

  2. Hey Phil, I remember that pic, the first time I saw it was when you and Trevor Young (my son) played at the Trapper, remember that? anyway that pic was creepy but I liked it, there was just something about it.

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