Moment in time: Sept. 6, 1992 — When a moose hunter found Christopher McCandless’s body tucked into a sleeping bag on an old Fairbanks City bus, he weighed a scant 67 pounds. Off Alaska’s Stampede Trail, the 24-year-old from Virginia had been dead for more than two weeks, likely of starvation.
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Christopher McCandless: (via 7 people who gave up on civilization to live in the wild) Best known from Jon Krakauer's book "Into the Wild," and the Sean Penn-directed movie of the same name, Christopher McCandless (who renamed himself "Alexander Supertramp") was an American itinerant who dreamed of an Alaskan Odyssey in which he would live off the land, far from civilization...
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Carine McCandless waited 22 years to write the story of what pushed her brother Chris to disappear into the Alaskan wilderness on an ill-fated adventure that was later chronicled in Jon Krakauer's best-selling book Into the Wild and in Sean Penn's 2007 movie of the same name.
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