How to call for help – anywhere in the world.

Howdy… it’s Jason and something you need to practice in advance of a crisis is the universally understood ‘SOS’ call for help.

This is best accomplished with a flashlight, but if you were trapped without a flashlight, making a sound works just as well.

The message is based on the old Morse Code and uses three short flashes  followed by three longer ones and a further three short flashes.

When tapping this out, I suggest you make the speed at which you send the short dashes faster than when you send the middle three longer dashes.

It certainly pays to practice skills, like sending SOS signals in advance, but just imagine your horror if – too late – your carefully laid survival plans had the opposite effect to your intentions and actually put you and your family in grave danger?

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Good luck!

P.S. Look out for my next email because I’ll be telling you how to accomplish a simple technique that could very well save your life.

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