Dog Mountain

Dog Mountain fights to stay open after owner’s death

Dog Mountain is a 150-acre complex on Spaulding Road includes the famous Dog Chapel, hiking trails, a swimming pond and an art gallery featuring Stephen Huneck's work. Photo by Taylor Reed/The Caledonian Record

Popular St. Johnsbury tourist attraction reopened this week following the June 2 suicide of owner Gwen Huneck.

Police rule Gwen Huneck death a suicide

Editor’s note: This story is by the Caledonian-Record, where it was first published on June 6, 2013. The state medical examiner ruled Wednesday that Gwen Huneck’s death on June 2 was caused by suicide. Huneck, 61, died of carbon monoxide poisoning after burning charcoal in an enclosed, indoor space in her home. Huneck was the […]

Dog Mountain owner Gwen Huneck found dead at her St. Johnsbury home

Dog Mountain owner Gwen Huneck died Sunday at her home on Spaulding Road in St. Johnsbury. State police confirmed Huneck’s death and said they did not suspect foul play on Monday. Police did not release the manner or cause of death. According to dispatch logs, CALEX Ambulance and the St. Johnsbury Fire Department responded to […]

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