Ten months ago, Valerie Theoret, a 37-year-old teacher, took her first daughter, Adele, along with her husband, Gjermund Roesholt. Be happy for this news. I decided to break the routine. Yukon moved into a home away from the noise of the city in Canada.
Getting used to a new life, maternity leave he liked it very much. The sixth-grader, a French teacher, liked Adele only for 10 months.
She's got maternity leave.
But drama and tragedy suddenly came to the family's life. Three years ago, they bought the cabinet on the shores of Lake Einarson, a quiet and remote place. They didn't spend a lot of time there for something or anything.
But now, with Valerie's license, the family decided to bet on a new life. Her husband, Gjermund, was involved in the legal hunting of animals amidst a wooded area. And while he spent most of the day there, his family stayed in the cabin.
The place turned into hell.
But now, for reasons of local justice's investigation, 37-year-old Valerie Theoret and her daughter, Adele Roesholt, were found dead outside their home on Monday.
The woman's husband said that he would meet a grizzly bear about 100 meters away from the cabin while he was hunting in the lake. After the bear was forced to shoot and kill, the man found the bodies of his wife and daughter outside the house.
Valerie, 37, was a French teacher.
The judicial service, "the event occurs when they seem to go for a walk," he said. The Canadian Police Police said he was investigating the death of two people in the area following a bear attack, but did not elaborate. The family has been living in the cabin for the last three months.