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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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10. Steven Kubacki
9. Maurice Dametz
8. Danny Filippidis
7. DeOrr Kunz
6. James McGrogan
5. Keith Parkins
4. Dennis Martin
3. Bobby Bizup
2. Jaryd Atadero
1. Bessie and Glen Hyde
Number 10 Steven Kubaeki he got lost because when he stood up after his rest his tracks that he'd made getting to the lake where missing but then the searchers say that his tracks to the lake were there but not the ones leaving? Bit of a discrepancy that's another odd thing about a odd case.
Some of these cases involving really small children can actually be explained by birds of prey. They can silently take decent sized loads, drop them off at locations miles away, tear up their clothes, or just move discarded clothing away from the disappearance site.
I'm a big fan of this channel but these mispronounced names are killing me... its David Paul-I-dees and LES Straud not Lee. That being said I've been following paulides work for years and it's nothing short of fascinating and eerie. It's like the beginning of a horror fantasy novel and I can never learn enough about these cases
I thought DeOrr's case was in the Northern Rockies, in the Payette National Forest of Idaho. Not Rocky Mountain National Park of Colorado.
And Jaryd's case isn't in a national park, but a wilderness area instead.
Why isnt there one theroy that these people are kidnapped by people to be used in these rich peoples satanic illuminati rituals were they sacrifice them or hunt them at there huge estates. It just makes since to me since the find the clothes folded up in place they have already searched . Just sounds like somthing that these sick people would do. Justbsaying everyone will go with bigfoot or aliens but never illuminati mkultra obductees. Just saying
These missing people cases are becoming more frequent and more brazen. It's only a matter of time before the disappearances start happening in people's homes. "Mike Simmons was last seen walking to the kitchen. His family searched the house and could not find him. Dogs were unable to pick up his scent in the main hallway, through which he would have walked down in order to access the kitchen." ... I open carry in my house now and keep a transponder on me at all times (it's within reach when I shower). Shit's getting real AF.
So... Stay the hell away from nature. Done and done. Seriously, my name is Nicholas Kindig, if I'm ever mysteriously found out in some nature place, dead or alive, I swear I am not there willingly! I've already felt that way for years, this video just reaffirms my desire to keep a respectful distance from nature.
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.
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.
What? You do need to be within range of a cell phone tower in order to call 911. Many of these places are pretty remote so there's not a tower within range, therefore no service. Your phone is basically just a paperweight out there unless you're using a GPS app or something.
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.
Because people like to feel special. Note how every person who is self assured in the supernatural often has a story to go along with it, always something that couldn't explain, always something that makes that person sound slightly different because of that experience. Always something that is clearly more based on faith then fact.
Growing up everyones told they are special, and when they actually grow up and realize that they are not, they try to find proof that they actually are.
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.
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