Woman Killed In Search of Bus Made Famous By ‘Into The Wild’

Woman Killed In Search of Bus Made Famous By ‘Into The Wild’

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A woman from Belarus was swept away by a river in Alaska after trying to reach the abandoned bus made infamous by the book and film Into the Wild, both of which were based on the story of Christopher McCandless.   Image Via Business Insider   Known by the pseudonym Alexander Supertramp, McCandless traveled across the continent after graduating from Emory University in 1990. His travels took him across the Western United States before he abandoned his 1982 Datsun after a flash flood. Later on, McCandless went across the North American continent and eventually hitchhiked to Alaska come April 1992. Taking Alaska’s …