Haunted woods in 40F and drizzle. I’ll leave you with this. Wear a hat.

The Hide and Die Syndrome describes a series of events hypothermia victims go through as they approach death. For reasons unknowns, they may paradoxically undress, and later crawl under a bed or into a wardrobe, somewhere inaccessible without crawling, in what appears to be a primitive terminal burrowing impulse.

Here’s a gruesome picture, if you need that.

Happy Halloween weekend.

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One Response to Haunted woods in 40F and drizzle. I’ll leave you with this. Wear a hat.

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