Two turkey hunters, hiding behind a turkey tail fan like this one, were shot by a hunting partner, also hiding behind a fan, on April 12 in southeast Kansas. They mistook the other hunter’s fan for real birds and were stalking each other.
Two turkey hunters, hiding behind a turkey tail fan like this one, were shot by a hunting partner, also hiding behind a fan, on April 12 in southeast Kansas. They mistook the other hunter’s fan for real birds and were stalking each other. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle
Two turkey hunters, hiding behind a turkey tail fan like this one, were shot by a hunting partner, also hiding behind a fan, on April 12 in southeast Kansas. They mistook the other hunter’s fan for real birds and were stalking each other. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle

Turns out, the turkey hunters were stalking each other. Then one of them fired

April 21, 2017 07:41 AM

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