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Missing climber found after 32 years in ice

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Mountain-climbers have made a grisly discovery in the Mont Blanc range of the Alps - the body of a young climber preserved in ice for 32 years.

The body of Patrice Hyvert, who had been training to be a guide, was found last Thursday by two mountain-climbers, local newspaper Dauphine Libere and other media reported.

https://uk.news.yaho...14.html#ema3kgZ

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1982, eh? So he missed all of the thrills and excitement and McDonald's sponsored advertisements of the 1984 Olympics. Terrible.

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No pic of the ice man though, bummer.

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He must've been in a very unusual spot if those who typically die up there are found the next year when the thaw comes yet he wasn't found for 32 years.

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Steve Rogers?

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Was she looking for a pen?

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I agree with his father, they should have left him there.

"I'm a mountain man, and I would have preferred him to stay up there," he told RTL radio. "He was better on a mountain than in a coffin. He was in his element."

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Poor guy :hmm:

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