Marty Dyer: Former aide to Wilson found alive in wilderness

Marty Dyer, the former aide to Gov. Pete Wilson, has been found after surviving two weeks in the wilderness.

Marty went missing on July 30, when he didn’t come back after a walk around Henthorne Lake in Trinity County, Sacramento. 

Friends did not give up and continued to look for him, and 2:30 p.m., Saturday afternoon, they found him about a half mile upstream from where his walk originated.

He had managed to stay alive by eating berries.  Marty was weak and a helicopter was called to pick him up.

When the helicopter came to airlift him to the hospital, Marty kept saying he really wanted pancakes.

Cheers to you, Marty! Glad you’re alright.  Enjoy your pancakes.

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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America.

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