Terror of the '20s
For years, the preserved body of Old Three Legs, a 125-pound, 7-foot-long timber wolf, has been a popular attraction at the Becker County Museum.
The rogue wolf roamed a half-dozen counties from 1916 to 1926, slaughtering livestock with murderous zeal and terrorizing everyone from schoolchildren to lumberjacks.
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