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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Rangers set up wilderness base camp to continue Stevens search

    September 15, 2017

    By PETER CROWLEY - For the News (pcrowley@adirondackdailyenterprise.com) , Lake Placid News

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    A 28-year-old New Jersey man still had not been found as of late Friday afternoon, and forest rangers have set up a backcountry base camp from which to continue the search over the weekend if necessary.

    Deep in the High Peaks Wilderness, forest rangers from the state Department of Environmental Conservation are poring over the north side of Wallface Mountain for Alex Stevens, who was last seen near the base of that mountain on Sept. 2.

    They set up a base camp at Scott Pond, on Wallface's north side. If Stevens was not found Friday, a team of forest rangers plans to work out of that camp Saturday and, if necessary, Sunday. Without having to be flown in and out of the wilderness area by helicopter, they'll be able to conduct longer search operations, DEC spokesman Dave Winchell said Friday......

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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Spoke too soon.... body recovered yesterday.

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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Final update..... seems he was alive until 3 days prior to them finding his body. This is why leaving an itinerary is so important. He was 5 days overdue before he was reported missing.


    By Rob Jennings,
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    A hiker from New Jersey found dead Monday after disappearing for more than two weeks in upstate New York reportedly died from pneumonia caused by exposure.

    Alex Stevens, 28, of Hopewell, may have survived until three days before he was found, the local coroner and medical examiner told the Adirondack Daily Enterprise.



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    Stevens was last seen was by hikers Sept. 2 at the base of Wallface Mountain in the Newcomb area, according to New York State Police. He had planned only a three-day hike.

    He was reported missing by friends Sept. 9 after he failed to show up in New York City.

    Officials told the newspaper that a lack of food, the constant wet environment and the cold led to pneumonia.


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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Quote Originally Posted by Tumbleweed View Post
    ^ I read a story like that in the past but I have no idea if there's any truth to it. I've never seen a UFO or a Bigfoot but I've heard stories of people who claim to have seen things like that and they sound credible. I'll be damned if I know if they really do exist. I'd have to see something like that to make up my mind and I've been out in the wilderness and I never saw anything unusual along those lines.
    In this earlier post I mentioned I'd listened to some stories that sounded credible and I've come across one that was taken down and unavailable for a long time. Infrasound and government covering up what's going on are discussed.

    This person who is interviewed seems to be an insider who has seen government emails or reports that are kept from the public on what's going on in national parks. I would suggest listening to these now if you have the time because they may disappear again. Part 1 is interesting and part 2 is even more interesting and probably most likely to disappear again sometime soon.

    Listen and decide for yourself. I still don't know one way or another as I've said in an earlier post but I do wonder about these things.


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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Another video of people who have vanished in the wilderness. There was a woman spoken of that vanished in the Shoshone National Forest in Wyoming in I believe 1997. I was in there in the 1980's Elk hunting with some friends. We were about 14 miles from the nearest road. We weren't far from Yellowstone Park where we set up our camp. One night something came into the camp and we were all in a 14x16 wall tent. I couldn't hear it because I'd already damaged my hearing with gunfire.

    We had our rifles leaned up against a couple of posts with a bar across the top. I think there were seven of us and all the others could hear something prowling around outside. We talked about what we were going to do about and one of the guys just jumped up, grabbed a 45-70 and ran outside blazing away. When he got back we asked him if he'd seen anything and he said no but he emptied that 45-70 anyway. Must have scared the hell out of whatever it was because we didn't have any more problems with prowlers.



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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Rusty West has some stories for Halloween.



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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Volume 22 of Rusty Wests Vanishing in the Wilderness.



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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Rusty has some wintertime stories in this video. The last one is in South Dakota but I don't know where the school is that's mentioned in the story. I'll have to inquire about that. The land east of Rapid City is flat or rolling hills with deep canyons in places. It also gets in to the Badlands and Pine Ridge reservation where some of it gets pretty rough.

    I've got a hunch it could be in the vicinity of Red Shirt Table. If you do a search for "Red Shirt Table photos" in South Dakota you'll be able to see what kind of country it is. It's national grasslands and indian reservation. I don't seem to be able to post a link to those photos.






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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Here are three photos from a red shirt table search. It is rugged looking country.

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