Thursday, March 13, 2014

Missing 411 - An in depth look at missing people in the wild

Within this 24 minute video below, which was released last month,  former police officer David Paulides is interviewed on multiple news stations and also radio in relation to his missing people research and series of three books. David Paulides spent three years and over seven thousand hours performing research for his three books, Missing 411-Western United States & Canada, Missing 411- Eastern United States and Missing 411-North America and Beyond.

"The ranger described to me that if you were standing strait up and if you just had your pants on and if you melted directly into your pants, that is what the pile of clothes looked like to him."

This research is unique as at the time of publication it was stated that no one had ever studied such information to the degree that David Paulides had, where he found not only single people going missing, but groups of people in specific geographical clusters.

European Beech forest in Biogradska Gora National Park, Montenegro

You might be thinking that these people may have had been attacked by wildlife or had some kind of human contact in relating to possible abductions, but David Paulides research shows that this is not the case at all, and that the answer to these missing people is something totally different.

He explains that dogs are brought in on occasion to track these missing people, yet they can not find a scent after being given a clothing item and that they also often act very strangely.

David Paulides shows that these cases are not isolated and that the same pattern replicates it self time after time across North America. Topography does play a part into the age of the victims and certain clusters have specific age and sex consistency that is baffling. This is not a phenomenon that has been occurring in just the last few decades, clusters of missing people have been identified as far back as the 1800’s, David Paulides explains.

Some of the issues that are discussed in each edition:

• The National Park Service attitude toward missing people
• How specific factors in certain cases replicate themselves in different clusters
• Exposing cases involving missing children that aren’t on any national database
• Unusual behaviour by bloodhounds/canines involved in the search process
• How storms, berries, swamps, briar patches, boulder fields and victim disabilities play a role in the disappearance
• The strategies of Search and Rescue personnel need to change under specific circumstances


While David Paulides specifically doesn't point a finger at any specific theory, in conclusion of this video, the books seem to be suggesting some kind of paranormal related situation. Is this just another series of reports on people being abducted by UFO's, or are they possibly walking into alternative dimensions / reality by mistake, however you wish to word or explain that. Or a combination of both perhaps?


1 comment:

Wherami said...

Totally makes me think of Valiant on that one there. I have been hearing of this happening for years. Its quite spoky.