The Tragic Story About Chris McCandless – Grunge

Christopher McCandless never sought fame or notoriety. His journey, as documented in the book “Into the Wild,” was one of personal discovery outside of the conventional American lifestyle. He made his way to Alaska to hike the Stampede Trail in 1992 and sadly died a few months after arriving there.

After his death, fame found McCandless. Author Jon Krakauer published his book about McCandless’ journey, which was later adapted into a movie starring Emile Hirsch (pictured above). Many people have been inspired by the young man’s story; others have found it frustrating. What’s the background of this polarizing figure? Here’s the tragic truth about Chris McCandless.

Early life | 0:13
Alexander Supertramp |
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Far and wide |
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The stampede trail |
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The magic bus |
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Trapped and starving |
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How he was found |
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What killed him? |
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Cult hero |
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The case against Chris |
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Legacy of bus 142 |
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