Firstly I'm well aware Paradoxical undressing, and I wasn't talking about that. These were testimonies from people that did make it home, only experiencing the sensation upon having very close encounters with Bigfoot..inthedark wrote: ↑Fri Jun 29, 2018 12:31 pmWith respect, that's caused by Hypothermia. The body's thermostat is compromised, and the freezing person can (and often does) feel very hot. This leads to 'paradoxical undressing'. The removal of shoes (the shoes go first - which seems an oddity, but makes sense when you remember that's how we always do it), and both shoes and clothes are sometimes neatly placed/folded - thought not always in the same location, as the person tends to shed stuff as they wander.
Those 'Missing 411' cases are almost all Hypothermia deaths. There would be a small number of predations (bear etc), and some murders, but they're mainly just very sad but very ordinary cases of ill-prepared people, or poor supervision of children. Throw in the changeable weather conditions of many wilderness areas in America, and there you have it.
Now you certainly can't dismiss most of the Missing411 cases as paradoxical cases either..
How does one suffer this condition and end up found miles away from their belongings (footwear included) across several ranges?
No disrespect mate, but you're sounding like either a true Skeptic, or you haven't looked into David Paulides work, or you havent been bush off the beaten track..