On October 16, 1932, twenty-one-year-old Special Game Protector Paul J. DuCuennois of North Creek, Warren County, disappeared while patrolling Jabe Pond near Lake George; his car was located at the end of the trail to the pond.
He was reported drowned by Charles Foote and Wilson Putnam, who said they saw him go into the water from the other side of water. They told authorities they rowed to the spot of DuCuennois’s swamped and overturned canoe, but could not immediately locate his body. Nearby his jacket lay floating, the men said, and in its pocket, the key to the game warden’s car. [Read more…] about The Case of the Missing Adirondack Game Protector