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Hikers Break Down The Most F**ked Up Thing They've Ever Seen On The Trail
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I have never understood the fascination with the outdoors.

Camping? In the dirt? In the dark?

Y'all have seen the "Friday the 13th" series yes?

Besides being under the thumb of nature, there is wildlife, reptiles, and serial killers.

Watch a few Dateline NBC episodes and you'll see how many hiking trails are nothing but burial grounds.

Stay home, rent a movie.

Redditor Legitimate_Eye_5382 wanted to know what we should be aware of when wandering out in nature. They asked:

"Hikers of Reddit, what has been the most f**ked up thing you’ve seen?"
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