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People go missing every single day, and unfortunately, some of their disappearances will always remain an unsolved mystery. When there’s a pattern in the type of victims that go missing, police typically believe it’s the work of a serial killer. But in the case of Missing 411, the explanation to these disappearances could be something else entirely.
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I think the family who asked if the kids could play together could have had another adult who hit out and abducted Dennis when he went out of sight. They probably had a plan of where the peraon would go and how the person would get him out of the park. That's my opinion.
80+ year old dying man with extremist theological views manufacturers own disappearance to further his predictions and live in myth for ever more shock... Bite size child vanishes in Rocky's wilderness... Hmmm...
Like the other commenter stated, I think the “intact clothes turned inside out” could likely have been removed by the lost children themselves. That’s how my toddlers’ clothes were usually found on the floor anywhere in our house or in the attached walled garden. And we know toddlers love to be naked, and, much less benignly, how people in the last stages of hypothermia “paradoxically” undress.
The problem with things like this is people generally tend to think only one kind of thing can happen, something I beyond don’t agree with. Nobody on earth today has any even kinda of a clue on why, when, how, etc in relation to existence, therefore I have no reason to believe anything supernatural can’t exist. Somethings are weird period including a lot of these cases, I HIGHLY doubt they’ll be solved unless you both accept and look into the supernatural. Not to say everything is supernatural I’d imagine most things aren’t, but that doesn’t take away that some things may be. Not even biology was accepted a couple of centuries ago, literally any “conspiracy” theory could be true.
Easy to solve about the guy in Michigan, he staged his own disappearance, just like the fraudster that claimed he was adrift in the ocean for months😑
People will do anything for their 15 minutes of fame😑
I like to believe that I'm a pretty rational person. Yet I still believe that there are just some things that defy explanation, or that we just don't yet have the knowledge to understand. I believe that there are reasons that Native Americans would, and still do, avoid certain places and claim that they were cursed. After all, their ancestors spent more time out in the wild than any of us ever will.
Paulides himself actually started with the theory that Bigfoot was eating people. It was very transparently danced around in his first Coast to Coast AM appearance, where he was preceded by a former peer of his who claims to have some bigfoot poop and fur that they need money to have DNA tested. I did a little looking into him when they kept calling him a "law man" but not identifying him as a police officer- I figured he'd be some sheriffs reservist with a chip on his shoulder but it turns out he's a con man who was kicked out of law enforcement for scamming celebrity autographs to sell online by pretending it was for a police charity. A little research goes a long way.
The one that really gets me is the sighting of a toddler on an outcrop of a sheer cliff face over 6,000 ft. high. A couple out hiking sighted the boy across the river from them as they were headed down to their car. When they got to the car they observed a bunch of activity around a ranger station, but they didn’t stop to find out what was going on. Turns out it was the search parties organizing. The couple then saw a news report about the missing child and returned to the park to alert authorities of their sighting. The little boy was never seen again. People, even Paulides, like to lump these disappearances in with UFO abductions but I don’t think it has anything to do with aliens. I believe something supernatural is at work in the vast number of these cases. Something supernatural, possibly elemental, very ancient and intelligent. Regardless, this just gives me a bunch more reasons to say “no” to camping and hiking!
I feel like part of the reason so many people go missing in National parks is that so many people go to National parks. More so than regular places that tourists don't go. Doesn't explain the weirdness though.
The reason Paulides doesn't share his theories has nothing to do with respect for the families. It's because he knows that if he utters the words "aliens" or "big foot" he will lose credibility in the eyes of the mainstream media. However, he has been on record that he believes in big foot and other "paranormal" phenomenon even before writing the series. He is also known to embellish on both details of accounts and the National Parks Service's resistance to providing information in the books to further sensationalize the topic. Lastly, Paulides states he is a former police officer in the state of California. If you do a records search, there was an officer in the city Paulides was employed who was fired for obtaining celebrity autographs through abuse of his position.
Also, the connection Paulides attempts to make reeks of the PT Barnum effect. "Clusters" of disappearances in National Parks may seem suspicious until you realize there are over 200,000 square miles worth of heavily forested National Parks in the US. He also states that bodies are discovered "near water", victims tend to be people of "below average and above average intelligence", and they disappear most "in the middle of the day". By these specifications, almost any case fits his rubric. Read further and he seriously attempts to correlate disappearance with "the presence of berries" and landmarks that contain the word "devil" or something similar to evil. Regardless, If you're interested in the most bizarre of these cases, search for "Henry McCabe voicemail" and "Robot Grandma".
Bedtime stories also did an excerpt on the Missing 411. They picked a couple of stories and talked about them. Number 4 has some more detail in it. The comment section over there is gold too. Lots of people attribute it to fae. Enjoyed both videos. Pretty eerie and fascinating stuff.
Very interesting but I'd still like to know whatever happened to Frank Morris and the Anglin brothers who supposedly, successfully escaped from Alcatraz but were never, ever seen again. Their bodies must be lying at the bottom of San Francisco Bay otherwise at least one of them would have eventually resurfaced at some point in time.
This is great.. Ive been following David Paulides for the last 10 years.. Ever since his 1st interview on Coast to Coast AM. He is very professional in his approach, he isnt bogged down by other conspiracy theories. He collects the data, follows it wherever it takes him it doesn't jump to Crazy conclusions. His work is all evidence-based data. Quite the coincidence your first subject is from Pittsfield and I've been living in Pittsfield Mass for the last year. A lot of weird things happened in this area of Massachusetts from families being abducted in Great Barrington to the Haunted Housic train tunnel of Florida Mass
Remember hearing or reading a story of a man who disappeared in front of three people, his wife, daughter and another man riding by in his wagon. (Maybe before the turn of the century, don't remember). Many people searched, they even dug a hole where he had been standing when he just disappeared into thin air. Funny thing was his wife and I believe his daughter could hear his voice and converce for a while. Eventually his voice just faded away. That's all I remember about the story. Could just be a hoax? ? Who knows?
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