#Snapped: Mystery Letters... what do you think they mean?

These letters are carved into the timbers of the first residence of Meeteetse. Could they be initials? Maybe someone just loved to hunt! What do you think they mean? William McNally built his cabin on the south side of the Greybull River while working on building the bridge across the river in 1886. In 1893, he filed a homestead on 158 acres where his cabin and blacksmith shop were located. Two years later in 1895 he sold most of the homestead to Anna W. Thomas and the town of Meeteetse was surveyed and began being built. McNally is also said to have built the first bridge that crossed the Greybull River. Tell us your theory! #reboot #news #snapped