Kerouac of the Canyonlands 

After 75 years, the mystery of legendary young nature writer Everett Ruess has likely been solved

It's remarkable that after 75 years, the disappearance of Everett Ruess has likely been solved. Many assumed he'd spend eternity being what he was in life, a lost boy, who spent his too-few years searching the Southwest's wildest places, writing stirring prose…

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