If you’re caught up on Season 3 of the Alone Show you know that last week, much to many people’s dismay, Callie North tapped out at a remarkable 72 days. Early in the season, discussions about who may win the show often included snide remarks about the “hippy chick” and her strategy. As we quickly got to know Callie though, hashtags such as #TeamCallie appeared on Twitter, and many people who may have smack-talked the “hippy” approach to bushcraft/survival were humbled. This girl kicked some MAJOR butt. It was so fun to watch.
— Sara (@ebaaras) January 27, 2017
Tweets, (and other discussions online) are generally positive when it comes to Callie. This is pretty cool because for whatever reason when people appear on TV, haters come out of the woodwork and, well, hate. God bless the poor souls that tap out early in the show. The Internet can be a harsh place.
So, just a heads up to all of the Callie fans out there – she just did an interview about her experience on the show that was posted on Monsters and Critics and I wanted to give y’all a heads up. It’s pretty interesting.
Read the interview here.
Additionally, the History channel has also been posting an exit interview of sorts for each contestant. They’re calling these the “Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs” reflections on the experience that they had in Patagonia. You can read Callie’s here.
I can’t help but be a huge fan of every contestant (I’ll be creating as much content as I can about everyone as time goes on) but gosh, Callie – YOU GO GIRL!
If you want to see what Callie is up to these days – looks like the best place on social media is to follow her Instagram or her business’s Facebook page. She had a Twitter for a while, but she had to take a break from the Internet and it is no longer active. Callie is really good about self-care – I don’t blame her for taking a step back from the Internet every now and then.
UPDATE (2/3/17) : Callie North will be “taking over” the History Channel’s Facebook page at 12 pm EST on Tuesday, Feb 7th!!