Don Hunter scripted most of the CBC Television movie "9B" and the network drama mini-series "9B" (five one-hour shows) based on an original story concerning a year teaching in B.C.'s north country. He grew up near the English Lake District, did his two-years national service in the British Army's 16th Independent Parachute Brigade, and taught high school in England and in British Columbia before joining theVancouver Province newspaper as a reporter and feature writer and eventually senior columnist. He has contributed to dozens of magazines including Maclean's and Reader's Digest. He has a B.Ed. from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, and he has served as President of Local 115 The Newspaper Guild. He and his wife June have two daughters, and they live in Fort Langley, B.C
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One of the classic stories of the search for the legendary "man of the woods" that has fascinated and still fascinates anthropologists and people the world over. It is also the story of Rene Dahinden, a Canadian who became known as the foremost searcher after the truth.
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