When Carl Muggli's wife was found dead in November 2010, Carl initially said her death was a tragic accident connected with their successful totem pole carving business. He said a 3,000-pound pole fell on her in their Koochiching County garage while his back was turned.SEE ALSO: Richard Armstrong of ... More >>
SEE ALSO: Carl Muggli accused of murdering wife with a totem poleA Koochiching County grand jury believes there's enough evidence to charge Carl Muggli with first-degree murder in connection with his wife's mysterious death.Muggli, 50, was already facing a second-degree murder charge and the possibi ... More >>
Muggli's totem pole websiteLinda and Carl Muggli ran a totem pole carving business together.When Koochiching County Sheriff's deputies arrived at Carl and Linda Muggli's home in Ray, they found Linda lying in a pool of her own blood in the garage where she and her husband carve totem poles. ... More >>
How would you feel if your ridiculously small town (more like a small gathering) ceased to exist? Well one Minnesota town is probably relieved that it's finally over.
Baxterization, beaten paths, and the great riparian land rush of northern Minnesota
You thought Bigfoot sightings went out with Pop Rocks and moon boots. Try telling that to Mike Quast, who is convinced the creatures are alive and well and living in Minnesota.