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Disappearance in Shoshone National Forest
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The Shoshone National Forest is known for its abundance of flora and fauna, as well as various recreational activities such as hiking, snowmobiling, and fishing, attracting over 500,000 visitors annually. However, it is also the site of the mysterious disappearance of Amy Rowe.

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