Did the guy from 127 hours go back for his arm?
Moreover, did Aron Ralston go back for his arm?
Aron Ralston's Life After Amputation Following Aron Ralston's rescue, his severed arm and hand were retrieved by park rangers from beneath the boulder. The arm was cremated and returned to Ralston.
One may also ask, how did the guy from 127 Hours survive? The only known path to survival being his vehicle that was parked 8 miles away, he rappelled down a 65-foot canyon wall with his only viable arm, and began the hike back through the canyon.
Simply so, how did the guy cut his arm off in 127 hours?
Ralston cut off his forearm to free himself from a dislodged boulder in a Utah canyon in 2003. He was “canyoneering” — making his way down a narrow canyon — at the time. After five days with little food and water, he broke his arm and then amputated it with a knife to escape.
How accurate was 127 hours?
According to the real Ralston, that actually happened—indeed, Ralston has said that 127 Hours is “so factually accurate it is as close to a documentary as you can get and still be a drama.” Nonetheless, it's relatively safe to say that the imaginary talk-show appearance—also delivered to the video camera—that