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Tom Brown (naturalist)
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Following a trail becomes a matter of focusing all one's concentration on just one thing, the tracks of the animal or person. This becomes a reflex, and time seems to stand still. Brown has begun to help track people, especially children, who are lost.

In 1977, Brown is questioning his unorthodox education. He has no job, no house, no family, no life insurance, and no accouterments of modern life. He begins to wonder if he has taken the wrong trail in life, but then he is asked to help find a lost person, a handicapped man with a five-year-old mind. A SWAT team, a helicopter, two dog packs, and a thousand soldiers and policemen search for him. The weather gets cold, then freezing, and people are giving up. Brown agrees to track the man. It starts to rain. This is the most most difficult...

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