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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by ATCclears, Feb 18, 2012.
Nation & World | Mountain man scares owners of remote Utah cabins | Seattle Times Newspaper
It would only happen once !
Unless he shot first.
Shots don't count, only solid hits. I have no problem with shooting first
What i dont understand is when someone gets robbed why dont they send in a helicopter to scout with info red like they do for illegal immigration.
He never robbed anybody. He burglarized.
ooops sorry thats right. but still if he is on foot in snow he cant move that fast from a site that he hit. Its too bad they havent caught him. And its to bad that in this day in age one cannot go live in the woods with out getting picked up and dropped in a city.
I would be willing to bet he has snowshoes and knows every cave and cubbyhole in the region
That is also something i did not take into account. It did say he had snow shoes but even if in a cave didn't we find saddam in a cave with info red? sorry if I spelled his name wrong.
I'd assume the burglar left a while before anyone discovered the break in. I'm guessing they wouldn't be running out the back of the place when people were opening the front door. It's also not like he's disappearing. There's also some abandoned campsites and garbage where the guy had been.
EXACTLY so i would think the local "authorities" would have a easier time tracking the route he takes. they should hire MAN TRACKER hahahahaha.
By the time someone visits their cabin that was closed up for the winter, he is long gone. My guess is that he has more than a few hideouts back in the hills and makes random foraging treks to all those secluded cabins. Sounds like he starting to crack up a little bit after being alone for so long. Even the most hardened mountain man back in the day, would go to the big rendezvous just to blow off some steam, talk to other humans and trade for some goods.
ya i would agree. it just doesn't sit right with me. I would be horrified if some one broke into my cabin and trashed it. I wonder if he has spots that he hits twice. And he is only going to be able to not have human interaction for so long. being utah you would think these cabins would be open during winter. he could possibly have someone "family member" drop off supplies on a scheduled date every so often.
Yeah I'd say so. Good taste in lightweight rifles too.
I know that guy!
Kidding of course.. I am guessing that is a homeless vet. Is that a Kabar sheath?
Is that a tat on the back of his left hand?
Maybe it's a concert ink stamp
Would anyone rig there cabin to stop this?
Seems like the ideal application for an old west style bounty.