One man's trip to connect with nature ended in a horrific tragedy.
An Oregon man basically dissolved inside a hot spring at Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming after accidentally falling into it.
The bizarre and fatal incident occurred back in June, when Colin Nathaniel Scott (pictured above) went to the park with his sister to find a spring to "hot pot."
According to a recently released report from park officials, the 23-year-old and his sister went to an unauthorized area near the Norris Geyser looking for a place to enjoy a natural soak.
But when the geology graduate reached down to check the temperature of the spring, he slipped and fell into it.
Deputy Chief Ranger Lorant Veress told local press the area the siblings ventured off to was very dangerous with boiling acidic waters, explaining: