[/quote] I'm sure some people have heard of Timothy Treadwell, aka Grizzly Man. But when his mauled remains were discovered, the legend began to unravel. He lived with bears. Known as the “Grizzly Man,” Timothy Treadwell was, above all else, a bear enthusiast. It became a hit and was called Grizzly Man Diaries. For 13 years Timothy Treadwell spent his summers camping out in Alaska with wild bears. Dean Andrew, owner of Andrew Airways in Alaska, said the pilot who flew in to pick up Treadwell and Huguenard knew something was wrong when he landed near Treadwell's camp … Timothy Treadwell clearly created his own image. But this man risked his life every day to help care for bears. His passion for the creatures led him to a passion for environmentalism and documentary filmmaking, the subject of which was the grizzly bears of Katmai National Park in Alaska. Timothy Treadwell had his supporters and his critics but nobody doubted his passion for Grizzly Bears… After Timothy Treadwell was mauled and … Timothy Treadwell was on a mission for himself. he figured if he could get a spotlight for himself, people would help with his cause. EDITOR'S NOTE: Few Alaska stories have captured the world's attention like the life and death of Timothy Treadwell, the Californian who spent 13 summers living among brown bears in Katmai National Park. A former heroin addict, the 46-year-old found solace with the grizzlies - … [quote]This may be fake. His “created” fame was done by himself…he made the videos, talked to alot of people and made his intentions very, very clear. He made his own documentary on bears. The remains of Timothy Treadwell, 46, and Amie Huguenard, 37, both of Malibu, Calif., were found Monday at Katmai National Park and Preserve on the Alaska Peninsula. Ranger Joel Ellis kneels adjacent to the brown bear that was shot and killed after Timothy Treadwell's attack at his camp in Alaska's Katmai National Park. Treadwell’s camp, a short distance from the shore of Upper Kaflia Lake, was on a grass-crowned knoll amid a labyrinth of tunneled trails that bears had … Beginning in the late 1980s, Treadwell began summering in Alaska. The grizzly that killed bear lover and author Timothy Treadwell in Alaska earlier this month was most likely an 800-pound, 28-year-old male, according to a National Park Service official. A bear-faced liar Living among Alaska's grizzly bears, Timothy Treadwell became celebrated as a devoted conservationist.