>>17246449 maybe because they were in a different hemisphere they couldnt tell...
they kept hiking north when the village they left from was south... but the sun rises in the east?? they couldnt figure out south? >allegedly the sun rises at a funny angle down there though, 10deg or something
they hiked north away from the town, along a river for 8 days and died
maybe they tried following the river, rivers are supposed to hit ocean eventually right? but they went north, idk do rivers flow north in the southern hemisphere?
there was 70+ images but they only released 7. and they were edited images with no EXIF.
>>17246488 the pt was about the sun rise: 1) they did not know what direction they were going? i find this weird 2) if they spent earlier days/nights in the village, could they not remember the side of the sky the sun set on? could they not check the camera also? weird
you would think google maps would work without wifi but fucking google is shit, i bet it does not (also it has a compass would be nice on there too)
i had a thought about in northern hemisphere moss grows on the north side of the tree, is it the same in the southern hemisphere? b/c as a northerner i would use that trick to get unlost. it might have pointed them in the wrong direction
the other pt about the river and photos are valid also. gl
For those who need catching up http://www.wondercabinet.net/2015/11/20/in-the-shadow-of-el-mirador/
other odd details >one pair of shorts found folded on a rock 8km upriver from where their bags and bodies were eventually found >One body showed signs of phosphorous bleaching, potentially from lime used to hasten decomposition. >Bodies so decomposed only scant, scattererd remains found (with no evidence of animal scavenging, investigators suggest the river disarticulated them) yet >Backpack still looked brand new with both phones and camera still working inside. Also, their bras. Ok, so maybe they got hot but one was busty and most chicks I know with knockers ain't about to hike without support. >One phone had the wrong password entered five times. Could be one girl died and the other used her phone, could be persons unknown. >Like >>17246488 suggests, they should have known they were headed the wrong way. The whole point of the hike was the peak, where they took the pictures. Beyond that wasn't so much trail as a long segue to a multi-day backcountry Appalachian Trail type deal. Even if they messed up the sun, they'd just had to turn around and go the other way.
>>17254835 well they are right you doofus. either they got killed by shitskins or they got lost in the fucking jungle and died of dehydration. end, nothing spooky about that. maybe you should leave /x/ for a while to make a reality check. im a frequent /x/ browser and i love shit like that. but people like you who instantly look for the "paranormal" as first action are just plain retarded.
>>17249694 26 people? It can't be a coincidence. Maybe they saw something in the town they weren't supposed to. Got stalked and then brutally murdered. Or maybe there's a creature lurking the forests that enjoy preying on foreign people.
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