Time for that S&W Mountain Gun in .44 mag NEWS Black bear mauls two campers in Rocky Mountain National Park A black bear mauled two campers over the weekend, leaving them with torn scalps and forcing rangers to shut down a number of backcountry camping sites. Patrick Finan, 22, of Boulder and Tim Schuett, 23, of Glen Ellyn, Ill., were attacked as they slept in separate tents early Sunday, officials said Monday. Finan was bitten in the forehead and scalp before the bear let go, park spokesman Kyle Patterson said. Schuett, who was awakened by the screams of his colleague, was scratched on the head. The bear walked off when he yelled. Park rangers shut down backcountry camping sites in the Odessa Gorge area of the park and were trying to locate the bear. This is a serious incident, chief ranger Joe Evans said. All proper food storage was used in this campsite and the bear still acted aggressively. The last fatality in the park from a black bear attack was in 1971.