Last Images of Lisanne Froon & Kris Kremers - 2 girls lost hiking in Panama

thehook13

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This story is eerie as fuck and I love it (no offence to the Dutch girls and all)

The thing that changes everything is the photos 8 days later,and the 911 calls 10 days later.

What kind of animal native to this area could have killed them like that?
10 days out there is some feat of survival considering who this was.... even more surprising they werent ever any more than a couple miles from being discovered. If one if them made it 10 days she must of been walking around in circles like in the catacombs. Terrible death
 

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Witchery. There's all sorts of demonic faces to be seen in the photo's. Look harder.
Something in the woods made them run frantically around in the dark. You huddle up at night time during these situations. The behaviour was out of the ordinary.
That branch with red plastic attached could be a marker of the supernatural or a sign of some sort of possession. A personal item would have been the obvious choice if they wanted to mark their whareabouts.
Whats with the signalling and why are her eyes all blacked out?



There's a strange lookin face on her shorts and to the left as she heads into a darkened cave
 

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I once had to direct my mum to park her car on our driveway in heavy fog. Having reached the carport, she asked where to go next. This story is perfectly understandable when you remember theyre female.
 
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Srs though how can you get that fucking lost on a 3 mile walk?
I saw an article on the net recently about a guy finding the body of a woman who was missing while hiking the Appalachian Trail. She had walked off the path to hit the woods for some privacy to relieve herself and she got lost. She set up camp and kept a diary of her ordeal and the guy found this something like 2 years after she went missing.

I truly don't understand how that could have happened. Just how much privacy does one need to relieve themselves that they walk that far off the marked path of a very popular hiking trail.
 

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I saw an article on the net recently about a guy finding the body of a woman who was missing while hiking the Appalachian Trail. She had walked off the path to hit the woods for some privacy to relieve herself and she got lost. She set up camp and kept a diary of her ordeal and the guy found this something like 2 years after she went missing.

I truly don't understand how that could have happened. Just how much privacy does one need to relieve themselves that they walk that far off the marked path of a very popular hiking trail.
Was that the one who'd been with her husband or something, and who wrote in her journal to let whoever found her know how to contact her family?
 

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10 days out there is some feat of survival considering who this was.... even more surprising they werent ever any more than a couple miles from being discovered. If one if them made it 10 days she must of been walking around in circles like in the catacombs. Terrible death
There's that story in haggis thread about a girl who died in the paris catacombs,she had gone in after partying or something and not found her way out.

That is a brutal way to die.what a total mindfuck.
 
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Could the tribes from that area have been dangerous? It is a bit fishy how they found all their belongings dry and still active but the theory was the foot was washed up in the river.
 

dftaylor

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People who's only taste of the outdoors is a weekend at Center Parcs questioning how to they could get lost in a jungle in Panama :rofl

Good Ol' CHB.
In between fucking 9s and 10s, running their billion dollar businesses, while training in all known martial arts at black belt or championship levels, before finishing their thesis on socioeconomic politics, they freelance as deep jungle tour guides.

But only when the wife isn't bitching at them about taking the bins out.
 

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People who's only taste of the outdoors is a weekend at Center Parcs questioning how to they could get lost in a jungle in Panama :rofl

Good Ol' CHB.
Starting from Palo Alto,on the Pianista trail,the girls hiked the hill and then continued down it. They probably got disorientated ,in the thick rainforest and decided to folow the waterflow on the other side ,in the belief,that it would take them to a nearby town and civlisation. Instead it took them deeper into the treacherous tropical jungle.

If you don't have a map,GPS, a compass or a little local knowledge.or instinctive caution,looks like a stupidly easy mistake to make. Still,not very bright. :bart


 
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Could the tribes from that area have been dangerous? It is a bit fishy how they found all their belongings dry and still active but the theory was the foot was washed up in the river.
The Spirts of ancient tribes are far more dangerous. You only run through foreign terrain at night if your safety is at risk. This case has haunted to death by demonics written all over it
 

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In between fucking 9s and 10s, running their billion dollar businesses, while training in all known martial arts at black belt or championship levels, before finishing their thesis on socioeconomic politics, they freelance as deep jungle tour guides.
Absolutely correct. Now if you'll excuse me I need to go outside & bench press my Ferrari.
 
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Was that the one who'd been with her husband or something, and who wrote in her journal to let whoever found her know how to contact her family?
She was walking the trail alone and her husband would meet up with her at specific locations when the trail intersected with a town along the way. Yes, she did keep a journal until her death from what I read.