Satiate your morbid curiosity with the Falcon Guides How to Die in the Outdoors Book. Written by wilderness medicine expert, Buck Tilton, this book explores the many different ways (110, in fact) for us to kick the bucket while out in nature. From being ripped to shreds by an alligator to getting gored repeatedly by a wrathful walrus, Tilton presents these fatal scenarios in a straightforward style that's seasoned with his classic wit, while also providing a potential escape plan should you find yourself in any one of them.
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