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

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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.
Yeah, that's the story I was referring too actually. Just one desolate lonely way to die, slow painful death. Not unlike Immurement execution where they lock you in a box and let nature take it's pace.

For the people wondering how can you get lost on a 3 mile track- I am reading the track wasn't marked particularly well at the half way point and they just kept walking. Ignorace basically, it's a little confusing how the guides are saying how quickly dense the forest would of became and they decided to keep walking through it. It doesnt make a lot of sense to me, maybe they were that stupid but it doesn't add up to me. This is all presumed to be true though, no one knows for sure what happened.
 
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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.
Yeah I think I saw that too. Surely just go up the nearest hill and have a look around. Did she not have a map?

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I'll have you know I often spend 4 or 5 days at a time camping and trecking in the Highlands of Scotland so I'm a bit of an expert in this field.

It's clearly the Mussies. You can see one of the little ragheads hiding in the foliage in the first pic.

Sneaky little fuckers.
 

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Yeah, that's the story I was referring too actually. Just one desolate lonely way to die, slow painful death. Not unlike Immurement execution where they lock you in a box and let nature take it's pace.

For the people wondering how can you get lost on a 3 mile track- I am reading the track wasn't marked particularly well at the half way point and they just kept walking. Ignorace basically, it's a little confusing how the guides are saying how quickly dense the forest would of became and they decided to keep walking through it. It doesnt make a lot of sense to me, maybe they were that stupid but it doesn't add up to me. This is all presumed to be true though, no one knows for sure what happened.
That execution style is utterly inhumane,again there's photos in the eerie thread of some poor woman starving to death and going slowly insane for committing adultery if I remember rightly.

Chop my head off,blow me up,fucking stab me.just don't leave me to die in a box or a set of caves Thankyou very much.
 
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That fear when you realize you're lost is paralyzing
Ay, we've all been there. it can be panicking for some people even in non life threatening situations. The main story suggests at some point early on her friend died from a fall. So while walking around days on end trying to find your bearings you've also lost your friend. Must of been some anxiety experienced in those 10 days
 

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Ay, we've all been there. it can be panicking for some people even in non life threatening situations. The main story suggests at some point early on her friend died from a fall. So while walking around days on end trying to find your bearings you've also lost your friend. Must of been some anxiety experienced in those 10 days
Fear,despair,humiliation,then the fact food and water must have been running low.its enough to warp your mind in days.

I would imagine this kind of things gets so much interest because it's a genuine fear that everybody suffers from.some people are scared of spiders or snakes or the dark.but everyone fears getting lost and not being able to find their way to safety.that shit would be something else.

My only one slight hope would be to find some hallucinogenic local plant and trip my way out of this excistence.
 
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Fear,despair,humiliation,then the fact food and water must have been running low.its enough to warp your mind in days.

I would imagine this kind of things gets so much interest because it's a genuine fear that everybody suffers from.some people are scared of spiders or snakes or the dark.but everyone fears getting lost and not being able to find their way to safety.that shit would be something else.

My only one slight hope would be to find some hallucinogenic local plant and trip my way out of this excistence.
It's a weird thing - wide open space yet extremely claustrophobic. Being isolated like that, trying to survive... It took real guts to survive even a couple of days, never mind ten.

But to likely see your friend injured and then dead must be a special sort of madness. The only thing left is trying to survive.
 
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Why do people fucking hike? Sounds like the dumbest fucking thing in the world, especially in a fucking jungle where any wrong turn can get you lost. Never fucking hiked, never will.
 
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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.

But only when the wife isn't bitching at them about taking the bins out.
Literally just spat my drink out when I read that.
 
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What's your guess here then?

I skimmed a report on this earlier today and it sounds like they both fell approx. 40 meters to a stream bed. Probably what happened is one fell and either grabbed the other in a panic, taking her down as well, or the other could have fallen while attempting to climb down to her friend.
 
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I skimmed a report on this earlier today and it sounds like they both fell approx. 40 meters to a stream bed. Probably what happened is one fell and either grabbed the other in a panic, taking her down as well, or the other could have fallen while attempting to climb down to her friend.
The disparity in assumed dates of death makes me think one survived the other by a few days then probably made a similar mistake with one of those dodgy rope bridges and met the same fate. In the least morbid way possible I'd be interested to see the pictures of the one girl with a head wound, is she alive and mobile with it or is she on the way out/gone already? One of the pics looks like it might be trying to illuminate a body at the bottom of a ravine but its hard to tell
 

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What's your guess here then?
The most mundane possibility. They got lost, got fatigued and dehydrated, one got injured and likely fell in the water, and the other tried to get back to the village but tumbled off the rope bridge and got ripped up by the rocks.

I hate the idea of knowing your end is coming very soon.
 

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I skimmed a report on this earlier today and it sounds like they both fell approx. 40 meters to a stream bed. Probably what happened is one fell and either grabbed the other in a panic, taking her down as well, or the other could have fallen while attempting to climb down to her friend.

The broken foot could also explain why she did not get very far during those 10 days. Would not be surprised if she decided to try drowning herself when it became clear no help would arrive and she was not going to walk out.

@thehook13 how creepy or scary is that link you posted to the site with the forum about this case?

@dftaylor fully agree, it's horrifying. I read the thread and the Daily Beast article before bed last night, fucked me right up.
 
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Ay, we've all been there. it can be panicking for some people even in non life threatening situations. The main story suggests at some point early on her friend died from a fall. So while walking around days on end trying to find your bearings you've also lost your friend. Must of been some anxiety experienced in those 10 days

Little embarrassing but I got lost jogging in Japan and they don't have street signs. The panic where you don't even recognize familiar surroundings it's really a strange evolutionary hiccup