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We parked at the beginning of the trail at Bridal Veil Falls, a popular place to hang, during the day. We started down the trail, and I stuffed my hands into my coat pockets, talking and looking up at the stars to distract myself from the feeling of impending doom that my nyctophobia (a fancy word for fear of the dark) was giving me.