Weeks After A Man Vanished In The Alaskan Wilderness, State Troopers Spotted A Chilling Sign In The Snow

Image: Facebook/Alaska State Troopers (Official)

No one had heard from Tyson Steele in at least 23 days. He had been living in a remote cabin in the Alaskan wilderness for months, but his lack of communication eventually became a concern to his family. So, after being alerted, the authorities went in search of Steele – only to discover a chilling message that he’d left in the snow.

Image: Facebook/Tyson Steele

We’ll discover what happened to Steele a little later, but first let’s learn a bit more about the man himself. It seems that he’d had an interest in the wilderness from an early age. Growing up in Utah, he learned survival techniques from his grandad. And as an adult in September 2019, he was living alone in complete isolation – after purchasing a Quonset hut in Alaska’s Susitna Valley from a Vietnam War veteran.

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