A 20th Century map of what was then called Clinton Prison.  (Museum at the Dannemora Free Library)

A 20th Century map of what was then called Clinton Prison. (Museum at the Dannemora Free Library)

 Clinton Correctional Facility's perimeter wall.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 19, 2015) 

Clinton Correctional Facility's perimeter wall. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 19, 2015) 

 Chelsia and "Slim" — who is known in Malone by this nickname — stand in Slim's driveway off of Fayetteville Road in Malone, N.Y. on the day Richard Matt was shot and killed. Law enforcement descended upon the area right in front of Slim's house, establishing a tight perimeter in hopes of catching David Sweat.  (Michael McCaffrey/June 26, 2015) 

Chelsia and "Slim" — who is known in Malone by this nickname — stand in Slim's driveway off of Fayetteville Road in Malone, N.Y. on the day Richard Matt was shot and killed. Law enforcement descended upon the area right in front of Slim's house, establishing a tight perimeter in hopes of catching David Sweat. (Michael McCaffrey/June 26, 2015) 

 Clinton Annex, which houses the medium security prisoners at Clinton Correctional Facility.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 19, 2015) 

Clinton Annex, which houses the medium security prisoners at Clinton Correctional Facility. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 19, 2015) 

 Chelsia's dog, Otto, who accompanied her during her reporting on the escape, the manhunt, and the aftermath.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 19, 2015) 

Chelsia's dog, Otto, who accompanied her during her reporting on the escape, the manhunt, and the aftermath. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 19, 2015) 

 One of the many letters David Sweat wrote to Chelsia about his time on the run. ( Chelsia Rose Marcius )

One of the many letters David Sweat wrote to Chelsia about his time on the run. (Chelsia Rose Marcius)

 A New York State trooper walks by a group of corrections officers in Owls Head N.Y. The search for Richard Matt and David Sweat has moved to this area after DNA evidence is recovered from a nearby cabin.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 23, 2015) 

A New York State trooper walks by a group of corrections officers in Owls Head N.Y. The search for Richard Matt and David Sweat has moved to this area after DNA evidence is recovered from a nearby cabin. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 23, 2015) 

 The Adirondack Mountains in Owls Head, N.Y.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 23, 2015) 

The Adirondack Mountains in Owls Head, N.Y. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 23, 2015) 

 The Doll House in Owls Head, N.Y., one of the many cabins where Richard Matt and David Sweat stayed during their time on the run.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/October 16, 2016) 

The Doll House in Owls Head, N.Y., one of the many cabins where Richard Matt and David Sweat stayed during their time on the run. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/October 16, 2016) 

 Michael McCaffrey of Malone, N.Y., who Chelsia met on the day Richard Matt was shot and killed, helps her decipher the exact path the inmates took while on the run based the letters David Sweat sent to the author.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/October 9, 2016) 

Michael McCaffrey of Malone, N.Y., who Chelsia met on the day Richard Matt was shot and killed, helps her decipher the exact path the inmates took while on the run based the letters David Sweat sent to the author. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/October 9, 2016) 

 Clinton County Court in Plattsburgh, N.Y. hours before Clinton Corrections Officer Eugene Palmer is charged with promoting prison contraband, official misconduct, and tampering with evidence after trying to destroy paintings from Richard Matt in exchange for tools.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 25, 2015) 

Clinton County Court in Plattsburgh, N.Y. hours before Clinton Corrections Officer Eugene Palmer is charged with promoting prison contraband, official misconduct, and tampering with evidence after trying to destroy paintings from Richard Matt in exchange for tools. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 25, 2015) 

 The old Delaware and Hudson Railroad in Dannemora, N.Y. Richard Matt and David Sweat camped out near this now defunct line early in the manhunt.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/ October 16, 2016) 

The old Delaware and Hudson Railroad in Dannemora, N.Y. Richard Matt and David Sweat camped out near this now defunct line early in the manhunt. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/ October 16, 2016) 

 A collection of documents on Clinton Prison escapes from the early 20th century, curated by historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/August 14, 2016)   

A collection of documents on Clinton Prison escapes from the early 20th century, curated by historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/August 14, 2016)  

 "Slim" sits in his driveway off of Fayetteville Road in Malone, N.Y. with Chelsia's dog Otto on the day Richard Matt was shot and killed.   (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 26, 2015) 

"Slim" sits in his driveway off of Fayetteville Road in Malone, N.Y. with Chelsia's dog Otto on the day Richard Matt was shot and killed.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 26, 2015) 

 Pond Road In Saranac Lake, en route to Dannemora.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/October 8, 2016) 

Pond Road In Saranac Lake, en route to Dannemora. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/October 8, 2016) 

 The front page of the New York Daily News July 23, 1929, that reported of a prisoner mutiny in Dannemora. Image courtesy of historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 17, 2015) 

The front page of the New York Daily News July 23, 1929, that reported of a prisoner mutiny in Dannemora. Image courtesy of historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 17, 2015) 

 TV trucks line up in front of Clinton Correctional Facility for a press conference about the prison break.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 19, 2015)

TV trucks line up in front of Clinton Correctional Facility for a press conference about the prison break. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 19, 2015)

 Members of the Department of Corrections search for David Sweat and Richard Matt.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 23, 2015)

Members of the Department of Corrections search for David Sweat and Richard Matt. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 23, 2015)

 Michael McCaffrey joins "Slim" for a cup of coffee on the side of Fayetteville Road in Malone, N.Y. as state troopers descend on the area in search of David Sweat.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 26, 2015) 

Michael McCaffrey joins "Slim" for a cup of coffee on the side of Fayetteville Road in Malone, N.Y. as state troopers descend on the area in search of David Sweat. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 26, 2015) 

 Photographs of Dannemora and Clinton Prison, curated by historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/August 14, 2016)   

Photographs of Dannemora and Clinton Prison, curated by historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/August 14, 2016)  

 A collection of documents on Clinton Prison escapes from the early 20th century, curated by historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/August 14, 2016)   

A collection of documents on Clinton Prison escapes from the early 20th century, curated by historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/August 14, 2016)  

 A photo of an early 20th century dummy placed there by an inmate of Clinton Prison who attempted to escape. Image courtesy of historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/August 14, 2016)   

A photo of an early 20th century dummy placed there by an inmate of Clinton Prison who attempted to escape. Image courtesy of historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/August 14, 2016)  

 Signs to hunting cabins on the south east side of Mountain View Lake in Adirondack Park.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/Oct. 9, 2016)

Signs to hunting cabins on the south east side of Mountain View Lake in Adirondack Park. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/Oct. 9, 2016)

 Chelsia's pup, Otto, lays by her side at a hotel in Malone, N.Y. as she works on writing Wild Escape.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/March 25, 2017)

Chelsia's pup, Otto, lays by her side at a hotel in Malone, N.Y. as she works on writing Wild Escape. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/March 25, 2017)

 South side of Mountain View Lake in Malone, N.Y.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/Oct. 9, 2016) 

South side of Mountain View Lake in Malone, N.Y. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/Oct. 9, 2016) 

 A form Chelsia filled out at Five Points Correctional Facility to visit inmate, David Sweat.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/March 20, 2016)

A form Chelsia filled out at Five Points Correctional Facility to visit inmate, David Sweat. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/March 20, 2016)

 En route to Five Points Correctional Facility — one of Chelsia's many trips to talk with inmate, David Sweat.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/January 2017)

En route to Five Points Correctional Facility — one of Chelsia's many trips to talk with inmate, David Sweat. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/January 2017)

 An old barber's chair from Clinton Correctional Facility on display in the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/Aug. 14, 2016)

An old barber's chair from Clinton Correctional Facility on display in the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/Aug. 14, 2016)

 Otto posing for a pic at a hotel in Malone, N.Y.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/March 24, 2017)

Otto posing for a pic at a hotel in Malone, N.Y. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/March 24, 2017)

 Pictures of hardware salesman Franz Fredericks's home on Titus Mountain. Fredericks's house was surrounded by state troopers during the manhunt for Richard Matt and David Sweat.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/March 9, 2017)

Pictures of hardware salesman Franz Fredericks's home on Titus Mountain. Fredericks's house was surrounded by state troopers during the manhunt for Richard Matt and David Sweat. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/March 9, 2017)

 A photo of an early 20th century dummy placed there by an inmate of Clinton Prison who attempted to escape. Image courtesy of historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/August 14, 2016)   

A photo of an early 20th century dummy placed there by an inmate of Clinton Prison who attempted to escape. Image courtesy of historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/August 14, 2016)  

 An inside-look of the Doll House in Owls Head, N.Y., one of the many cabins David Sweat and Richard Matt raided while on the run.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/Oct. 16, 2016)

An inside-look of the Doll House in Owls Head, N.Y., one of the many cabins David Sweat and Richard Matt raided while on the run. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/Oct. 16, 2016)

 The front door to the Doll House, one of the many cabins David Sweat and Richard Matt raided while on the run.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/Oct. 16, 2016)

The front door to the Doll House, one of the many cabins David Sweat and Richard Matt raided while on the run. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/Oct. 16, 2016)

 Page from the New York Daily News July 23, 1929, which reported on a prisoner mutiny in Dannemora. Image courtesy of historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 17, 2015) 

Page from the New York Daily News July 23, 1929, which reported on a prisoner mutiny in Dannemora. Image courtesy of historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 17, 2015) 

 Chelsia's dog Otto — the best pup in the world — looks out of a hunting cabin at Trailside Bar, Restaurant & Inn in Owls Head, N.Y.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/Oct. 16, 2016) 

Chelsia's dog Otto — the best pup in the world — looks out of a hunting cabin at Trailside Bar, Restaurant & Inn in Owls Head, N.Y. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/Oct. 16, 2016) 

 A 20th Century map of what was then called Clinton Prison.  (Museum at the Dannemora Free Library)
 Clinton Correctional Facility's perimeter wall.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 19, 2015) 
 Chelsia and "Slim" — who is known in Malone by this nickname — stand in Slim's driveway off of Fayetteville Road in Malone, N.Y. on the day Richard Matt was shot and killed. Law enforcement descended upon the area right in front of Slim's house, establishing a tight perimeter in hopes of catching David Sweat.  (Michael McCaffrey/June 26, 2015) 
 Clinton Annex, which houses the medium security prisoners at Clinton Correctional Facility.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 19, 2015) 
 Chelsia's dog, Otto, who accompanied her during her reporting on the escape, the manhunt, and the aftermath.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 19, 2015) 
 One of the many letters David Sweat wrote to Chelsia about his time on the run. ( Chelsia Rose Marcius )
 A New York State trooper walks by a group of corrections officers in Owls Head N.Y. The search for Richard Matt and David Sweat has moved to this area after DNA evidence is recovered from a nearby cabin.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 23, 2015) 
 The Adirondack Mountains in Owls Head, N.Y.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 23, 2015) 
 The Doll House in Owls Head, N.Y., one of the many cabins where Richard Matt and David Sweat stayed during their time on the run.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/October 16, 2016) 
 Michael McCaffrey of Malone, N.Y., who Chelsia met on the day Richard Matt was shot and killed, helps her decipher the exact path the inmates took while on the run based the letters David Sweat sent to the author.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/October 9, 2016) 
 Clinton County Court in Plattsburgh, N.Y. hours before Clinton Corrections Officer Eugene Palmer is charged with promoting prison contraband, official misconduct, and tampering with evidence after trying to destroy paintings from Richard Matt in exchange for tools.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 25, 2015) 
 The old Delaware and Hudson Railroad in Dannemora, N.Y. Richard Matt and David Sweat camped out near this now defunct line early in the manhunt.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/ October 16, 2016) 
 A collection of documents on Clinton Prison escapes from the early 20th century, curated by historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/August 14, 2016)   
 "Slim" sits in his driveway off of Fayetteville Road in Malone, N.Y. with Chelsia's dog Otto on the day Richard Matt was shot and killed.   (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 26, 2015) 
 Pond Road In Saranac Lake, en route to Dannemora.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/October 8, 2016) 
 The front page of the New York Daily News July 23, 1929, that reported of a prisoner mutiny in Dannemora. Image courtesy of historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 17, 2015) 
 TV trucks line up in front of Clinton Correctional Facility for a press conference about the prison break.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 19, 2015)
 Members of the Department of Corrections search for David Sweat and Richard Matt.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 23, 2015)
 Michael McCaffrey joins "Slim" for a cup of coffee on the side of Fayetteville Road in Malone, N.Y. as state troopers descend on the area in search of David Sweat.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 26, 2015) 
 Photographs of Dannemora and Clinton Prison, curated by historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/August 14, 2016)   
 A collection of documents on Clinton Prison escapes from the early 20th century, curated by historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/August 14, 2016)   
 A photo of an early 20th century dummy placed there by an inmate of Clinton Prison who attempted to escape. Image courtesy of historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/August 14, 2016)   
 Signs to hunting cabins on the south east side of Mountain View Lake in Adirondack Park.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/Oct. 9, 2016)
 Chelsia's pup, Otto, lays by her side at a hotel in Malone, N.Y. as she works on writing Wild Escape.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/March 25, 2017)
 South side of Mountain View Lake in Malone, N.Y.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/Oct. 9, 2016) 
 A form Chelsia filled out at Five Points Correctional Facility to visit inmate, David Sweat.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/March 20, 2016)
 En route to Five Points Correctional Facility — one of Chelsia's many trips to talk with inmate, David Sweat.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/January 2017)
 An old barber's chair from Clinton Correctional Facility on display in the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/Aug. 14, 2016)
 Otto posing for a pic at a hotel in Malone, N.Y.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/March 24, 2017)
 Pictures of hardware salesman Franz Fredericks's home on Titus Mountain. Fredericks's house was surrounded by state troopers during the manhunt for Richard Matt and David Sweat.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/March 9, 2017)
 A photo of an early 20th century dummy placed there by an inmate of Clinton Prison who attempted to escape. Image courtesy of historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/August 14, 2016)   
 An inside-look of the Doll House in Owls Head, N.Y., one of the many cabins David Sweat and Richard Matt raided while on the run.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/Oct. 16, 2016)
 The front door to the Doll House, one of the many cabins David Sweat and Richard Matt raided while on the run.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/Oct. 16, 2016)
 Page from the New York Daily News July 23, 1929, which reported on a prisoner mutiny in Dannemora. Image courtesy of historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 17, 2015) 
 Chelsia's dog Otto — the best pup in the world — looks out of a hunting cabin at Trailside Bar, Restaurant & Inn in Owls Head, N.Y.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/Oct. 16, 2016) 

A 20th Century map of what was then called Clinton Prison. (Museum at the Dannemora Free Library)

Clinton Correctional Facility's perimeter wall. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 19, 2015) 

Chelsia and "Slim" — who is known in Malone by this nickname — stand in Slim's driveway off of Fayetteville Road in Malone, N.Y. on the day Richard Matt was shot and killed. Law enforcement descended upon the area right in front of Slim's house, establishing a tight perimeter in hopes of catching David Sweat. (Michael McCaffrey/June 26, 2015) 

Clinton Annex, which houses the medium security prisoners at Clinton Correctional Facility. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 19, 2015) 

Chelsia's dog, Otto, who accompanied her during her reporting on the escape, the manhunt, and the aftermath. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 19, 2015) 

One of the many letters David Sweat wrote to Chelsia about his time on the run. (Chelsia Rose Marcius)

A New York State trooper walks by a group of corrections officers in Owls Head N.Y. The search for Richard Matt and David Sweat has moved to this area after DNA evidence is recovered from a nearby cabin. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 23, 2015) 

The Adirondack Mountains in Owls Head, N.Y. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 23, 2015) 

The Doll House in Owls Head, N.Y., one of the many cabins where Richard Matt and David Sweat stayed during their time on the run. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/October 16, 2016) 

Michael McCaffrey of Malone, N.Y., who Chelsia met on the day Richard Matt was shot and killed, helps her decipher the exact path the inmates took while on the run based the letters David Sweat sent to the author. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/October 9, 2016) 

Clinton County Court in Plattsburgh, N.Y. hours before Clinton Corrections Officer Eugene Palmer is charged with promoting prison contraband, official misconduct, and tampering with evidence after trying to destroy paintings from Richard Matt in exchange for tools. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 25, 2015) 

The old Delaware and Hudson Railroad in Dannemora, N.Y. Richard Matt and David Sweat camped out near this now defunct line early in the manhunt. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/ October 16, 2016) 

A collection of documents on Clinton Prison escapes from the early 20th century, curated by historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/August 14, 2016)  

"Slim" sits in his driveway off of Fayetteville Road in Malone, N.Y. with Chelsia's dog Otto on the day Richard Matt was shot and killed.  (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 26, 2015) 

Pond Road In Saranac Lake, en route to Dannemora. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/October 8, 2016) 

The front page of the New York Daily News July 23, 1929, that reported of a prisoner mutiny in Dannemora. Image courtesy of historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 17, 2015) 

TV trucks line up in front of Clinton Correctional Facility for a press conference about the prison break. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 19, 2015)

Members of the Department of Corrections search for David Sweat and Richard Matt. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 23, 2015)

Michael McCaffrey joins "Slim" for a cup of coffee on the side of Fayetteville Road in Malone, N.Y. as state troopers descend on the area in search of David Sweat. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 26, 2015) 

Photographs of Dannemora and Clinton Prison, curated by historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/August 14, 2016)  

A collection of documents on Clinton Prison escapes from the early 20th century, curated by historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/August 14, 2016)  

A photo of an early 20th century dummy placed there by an inmate of Clinton Prison who attempted to escape. Image courtesy of historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/August 14, 2016)  

Signs to hunting cabins on the south east side of Mountain View Lake in Adirondack Park. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/Oct. 9, 2016)

Chelsia's pup, Otto, lays by her side at a hotel in Malone, N.Y. as she works on writing Wild Escape. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/March 25, 2017)

South side of Mountain View Lake in Malone, N.Y. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/Oct. 9, 2016) 

A form Chelsia filled out at Five Points Correctional Facility to visit inmate, David Sweat. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/March 20, 2016)

En route to Five Points Correctional Facility — one of Chelsia's many trips to talk with inmate, David Sweat. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/January 2017)

An old barber's chair from Clinton Correctional Facility on display in the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/Aug. 14, 2016)

Otto posing for a pic at a hotel in Malone, N.Y. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/March 24, 2017)

Pictures of hardware salesman Franz Fredericks's home on Titus Mountain. Fredericks's house was surrounded by state troopers during the manhunt for Richard Matt and David Sweat. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/March 9, 2017)

A photo of an early 20th century dummy placed there by an inmate of Clinton Prison who attempted to escape. Image courtesy of historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/August 14, 2016)  

An inside-look of the Doll House in Owls Head, N.Y., one of the many cabins David Sweat and Richard Matt raided while on the run. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/Oct. 16, 2016)

The front door to the Doll House, one of the many cabins David Sweat and Richard Matt raided while on the run. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/Oct. 16, 2016)

Page from the New York Daily News July 23, 1929, which reported on a prisoner mutiny in Dannemora. Image courtesy of historian Walter "Pete" Light for the Museum at the Dannemora Free Library. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/June 17, 2015) 

Chelsia's dog Otto — the best pup in the world — looks out of a hunting cabin at Trailside Bar, Restaurant & Inn in Owls Head, N.Y. (Chelsia Rose Marcius/Oct. 16, 2016) 

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