- Aug 18, 2008
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There was a show on national geographic called "Grizzly Face to Face". The focus of the show was a bear named Rocky that was in a Will Ferrel movie called Semi Pro (). Long story short, it killed one of the trainers with a bite to the neck. They actually showed the attack unedited. The bear grabbed him by the neck and had ahold of him for about 6 seconds before they were able to pepper spray him off. The guy got up afterwards and ran away, but ended up bleeding to death before paramedics arrived. After watching the Timothy Treadwell thing and other shows about "experts", are they collectively stupid, or just extremely narcissistic? Some memorable quotes from the show: "It was a mystery why the bear attacked" "Law enforcement will have to determine if the attack was an accident, or a mauling. If it was a mauling, the bear will be considered dangerous" "It's possible that Rocky's actions that day could have been linked to his training" - yes, that or his actions could have been the result of him being a grizzly bear Randy Miller was the owner of the bear. He trains a lot of animals for major films. His cousin was the trainer that died. It will be a miracle if this idiot lives another decade.