In the summer of 1967, a 12-man expedition started up Alaska’s Mt. Mckinley, the largest peak in North America.
A terrible storm hit, and only five men returned.
What happened on the mountain has remained a controversial mystery, clouded by conflicting memoir accounts, and National Park Service bureaucracy.
Neal Charnoff speaks with Vermont author James Tabor, who spent three years investigating the Mt. Mckinley tragedy and its aftermath. He reports his findings in a new book, Forever On The Mountain.