posted on Dec, 9 2012 @ 12:00 PM
This just in on the CBC news.
Brad Lambert, 46, was last seen on Nov. 15 in Marchand, Man., about 85 kilometres southeast of Winnipeg, where he bought supplies, in the
southeastern part of the province. Days later, after he failed to show up for work, he was reported missing to police.
Three weeks is an awfully long time to be lost in -20 temperatures with little more than a few days of food for a weekend hunting trip. And if that
isn't enough, after an extensive search and rescue in the Sandilands provincial park, he just shows up on the road not far from where he disappeared.
But get this. His truck is missing too.
There is no word on how he survived the cold or what happened to his black Ford F-150 truck.
Strange. Now I'll reserve my whacked out crazy hypothesis until I can hear more about what had happened to him. I know stranger things have happened
and I won't discount just basic survival techniques to help stay afloat but this is just really mysterious. Where is his truck??
CBC says they will have a survival expert on shortly to talk about the odds of him making it through this. I like to watch survival shows like
survivor man, dual survival, Man,women, survival and they never take their experience past 7 days, never mind practically a whole month in an
unforgiving prairie winter. I suppose he could have shot some game to help get through it, but there really is no other story to tell other than what
the news reports. I really hope this guy talks.
edit on 9-12-2012 by FlySolo because: (no reason