Into the Wild

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Into the Wild Jon Krakauer

Chapter 2

Virtually no subcutaneous fat remained on the body, and the muscles had weathered significantly in the days or weeks prior to death. At the time of the autopsy, McCandless's remains weighed sixty-seven pounds. Starvation was posited as the most probable cause of death.

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I feel badly for Chris. His was a mistake by confusing ideology with reality. He was really a charasmatic young man who died in a very brutal way. The irony is he figured out too late what most people already know: people need companionship.