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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    I owe you HUGE for turning me on to Steve Isdal.

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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Steve Isdahl has a video up this morning with an email from someone who claims to have contact with creatures in the forrest who have human DNA. There are photos at the end and there may be more information coming from the guy who emailed him later on. Make of it what you will.




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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Steve Isdahl has a video up of a recording that was sent to him. Sounds like it's was from a caller who told a story to Art Bell around the year 2000. Make of it what you will.



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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Steve Isdahl has a video where someone wrote in about working at a lodge in the Ouachita State Park in Arkansas. The story starts at about the 6:00 minute mark and covers a span of two years. The person that wrote the story had a scary experience and heard a growl and scream one night on her drive home after work as a waitress at a lodge. Later on a woman that went for a hike with her family in the same area said she wasn't feeling well when hiking a trail and decided to return to the lodge alone. She vanished and was never seen again.



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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    David Paulides has a video where he starts with a story of a fisherman killed by a grizzly bear north of West Yellowstone, Mt. Keep your bear spray in one hand and your gun in the other. Aim your bear spray towards the ground when you spray and if you're going to shoot a charging one drop down on your knee so you're on the same level as they are and you're less likely to miss.

    Missing 411-One off-duty United States Forest Service Ranger vanishes on a weekend hike. Two brilliant, young Canadian vanish in British Columbia.

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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Quote Originally Posted by Tumbleweed View Post
    Cam Buckner is pretty good at reading stories that people send to him on his channel about experiences they've had in the woods.

    He's also pretty good at just making up stories too and below are some of those he's made up. It's about three hours long and I think entertaining as hell.




    The Adventutures of Steve Lilly




    I haven't listened to this new episode yet but I think it will probably be entertaining.

    I've listened to it now and you need to skip the first seventeen minutes of bullshit. After that it's pretty good.



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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    In a few weeks when the ticks are gone, its camping season again! My dog is too old to go anymore so my early warning alarm is gone. Still ill hit the mountains, far from the maddening crowd. Its gonna be raw and edgy..

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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Quote Originally Posted by JDRock View Post
    In a few weeks when the ticks are gone, its camping season again! My dog is too old to go anymore so my early warning alarm is gone. Still ill hit the mountains, far from the maddening crowd. Its gonna be raw and edgy..

    Steve Isdahl mentions in one of his videos he's afraid of ticks and Lyme disease. He says the hunters in the south use permethrin on their clothes to keep the ticks off. I use Deap Woods OFF to keep them off me and that seems to work pretty well. Here's a link to some info on the permethrin.
    I believe the stories below are read by a woman, Lynn Smith and it's a chapter from a book by Bobbie Short. Pretty interesting.




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    The old coyote senses danger and sinks into the grass.
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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Ticks target people with weak immune systems. Healthy people don't as a rule have to worry so much.

    Just like vultures tend to feed on carcasses and ignore the living.

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