Grace to Save
In March 1898, the British desired to construct an ambitious railway in East Africa, and they needed to build a bridge to cross a river in Tsavo, which is in modern day Kenya. But they ran into a problem: two lions in Tsavo had developed a terrifying desire for human flesh. The workers tried everything to stop these lions: night sentries, large campfires, walls made of thorny brush; they even brought in twenty armed soldiers. But nothing could stop these lions from getting what they craved.