According to reports, the missing Utah woman who was discovered living in a national forest desired’solitude and loneliness.’

Authorities claim the woman who was discovered living in a national forest earlier this week told them she needed to flee.
The woman had been living off the land in Diamond Fork for five months because she needed “solitude and isolation,” according to the Utah County Sheriff’s Office, which requested anonymity.

The 47-year-old woman was declared missing by US Forest Service officials in November after they found what seemed to be her discarded car and camp gear in the Diamond Fork section of Spanish Fork Canyon, according to a press release released Monday.

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