Missing Skier Who Disappeared In Adirondacks Found In California ‘Confused,’ Wearing Same Ski Gear

It’s a truly baffling story. A skier went missing from Whiteface Mountain in upstate New York on Wednesday. Now, he’s turned up alive five days later, wearing the same ski clothing, but in Sacramento, California.

Police have not revealed how Constantinos “Danny” Filippidis, 49, of Toronto, traveled 2,900 miles, but they have said that they do not believe he flew across the country because his identification was still in upstate New York, NBC 5 reported.

His belongings and car were still in the parking lot, located in the Adirondacks. Over the last week, police crews, helicopters and hundreds of volunteers combed the mountain in hopes of finding Filippidis.

The man, a firefighter, has no history of mental illness or substance abuse, according to various reports. He called his wife on Tuesday from California, confused.

The president of the Toronto Professional Firefighters’ Association told Syracuse.com that “he kinda found himself.” Filippidis vanished during his

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