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Anonymous 2015-05-02 20:25:15 No.16090791

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Haven't seen a David Paulides Missing 411 thread in a while...

He was on C2C a few weeks ago - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yimCYvJsa6k

He says the disappearances are increasing in frequency and strangeness. Lots of new cases, seeming to defy logic and natural causes - people vanishing without a trace, search parties finding remains in plain sight in areas that have already been searched repeatedly, childrens' remains found in isolated and unreachable locations with no evidence of an animal attack, disappeared people returning with no recollection of what happened to them, missing time, etc.

What the fuck is happening???


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Anonymous 2015-05-02 20:28:03 No.16090803

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 20:41:25 No.16090825
>>16090803
Bump. This was some of the most fascinating stuff I've ever seen referenced on here

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 20:41:59 No.16090826
>>16090803
>That huge empty patch down the middle of the map

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 20:44:45 No.16090832
>>16090791
>big parks where stupid urbanites go poorly prepared and get themselves lost then dead in the woods
not really spooky.

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 20:46:43 No.16090835
>>16090832
>didn't listen to Paulides

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 20:46:55 No.16090838
>>16090826
there arent many national parks in the plains states

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 20:48:24 No.16090843
>>16090835
gullibility on your part isn't an argument anon.

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 20:49:36 No.16090846
>>16090826
That's basically a giant cornfield. But it's surprising to see there isn't anything marked for Nevada and Florida, considering there's miles of empty desert/deep swamp and all the weird shit that happens in those states anyway

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 20:50:40 No.16090849
>>16090843
>still hasn't listened

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 20:55:54 No.16090863
>>16090849
Don't feed the trolls

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 21:00:28 No.16090875
Does anyone have the .pdf for Missing 411: Western United States and Canada?

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 21:36:46 No.16090947
Bump

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 21:41:06 No.16090958
>>16090826
All of the disapearances there can be adequately explained by tornados.

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 21:44:35 No.16090964
>James McGrogan, physician, goes on backpacking trip with friends
>hiking up toward lodge
>McGrogan goes ahead on trail while friends stay behind and rest
>Friends get to lodge, and McGrogan is missing, and he never returns
>Police S&R search entire area; canines pick up no scent, trackers follow all snow trails and find nothing
>Find him over two weeks later and 4 1/2 miles away, dead in a creek which had already been searched thoroughly
>No coat, no gloves, no boots
>He has an unused tent and backpack full of food, none of it touched
>They also find his cell phone in his pocket, still functional, with plenty of cell coverage on the area - he could have called for help and didn't

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 21:46:39 No.16090968
>>16090791

Duh!

Of course it's escalating! Paulides needs to sell more books and get more dates added to his lecture tour ($$$)

I used to really like George Knapp. But, he is so fucking gullible and never asks obvious questions. Basically, he is just kissing this guys ass and helping him sell books and get UFO and bigfoot conference bookings.

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 21:49:04 No.16090973
>>16090964
Wow. So spoopy and Unexplainable. It must have been Inter-dimensional Bigfoot or Dogmen.

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 21:50:00 No.16090976
>>16090863
don't enable the defectives

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 21:52:23 No.16090980
>>16090973
The facts are spooky enough all on their own

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 21:54:19 No.16090981
They're strange and intriguing cases, whatever the cause. I wish he would get a TV series - it would make a good investigative show.

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 21:54:51 No.16090984
I don't get why anyone would have a problem with this. Paulides isn't claiming aliumsdidit or really anything at all, and the same goes for most people who listen to this stuff. He's just looking at bizarre cases with no apparent explanation. The worst you can accuse the guy of as far as I've seen is potentially doing this just to make money, but even then it's still fascinating, which is the main reason people like it.

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 21:59:39 No.16090996
>>16090984
Indeed. You don't need to believe in invisible bigfoot to think these cases are interesting - you just need a speck of curiosity.

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 22:01:52 No.16090999
>>16090996
Isn't the more spooky/ concerning part the fact that the parks have basically had no interest in the cases until they were basically forced into it?

Regardless of the guy being in it for the money or not that's a pretty important fact in itself.

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 22:01:57 No.16091000
>>16090984
Watching the video a little more jogged my memory. I suppose one thing you could take issue with is his whole "gubmint dont want u 2 no!!!1!" spiel. Aside from that though I don't get why people are calling bullshit.

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master shill 2015-05-02 22:02:21 No.16091002
>>16090984
Not denying the cases aren't interesting, but Paulides does in fact hint that the phenomena is caused by something supernatural, all the time. He all but says it. Insinuation is a powerful tool.

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 22:04:31 No.16091007
>>16091002
I really only watched a video or two with him talking about it and don't recall him doing that in those. What kinds of things has he said that suggest he thinks that?

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 22:06:46 No.16091015
>>16090999
>>16091000

>999
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Yeah, it's odd that park services doesn't keep better records of missing cases in its parks, but I'm dubious that it's a full-scale government coverup. More like they don't want to be bothered with it/don't want to besmirch the national parks' reputation.

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 22:11:34 No.16091029
>>16090984
did you even listen? Knapp sets it up in the first 3 minutes:

supernatural disappearances + government cover up

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 22:14:51 No.16091035
Oh, boy... Here we go again.

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 22:15:49 No.16091037
This stuff spoops me but I don't know very much about it. Is this even a legit phenomena?

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 22:18:05 No.16091045
>>16091029
I guess he does heavily associate with those kinds of people. Probably not the best idea if you want to appear credible but you're more likely to sell books to people who can't wait to make up their own crazy theories. I can see why you'd have problems with that. He is more or less giving people the tools to make crazy stuff up.

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 22:19:06 No.16091048
A lot of these seem like cases of dehydration. When you run out of water you get delirious and confused and dead.

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 22:23:42 No.16091059
>>16091015
>>16091031
These parks are fucking enormous and the last "real" wilderness left in the country. People get lost and never found in them all the time simply because they don't know what they're doing and have a false sense of security because it's called a park. There are also mountain lions and bears that can kill a person and then the body parts are scattered by animals eating it.

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 22:26:40 No.16091062
>>16091059
obviously that happens all the time in the wilderness - Paulides is highlighting cases that have illogical components and a high-strangeness factor, cases that bewilder search & rescue veterans who've spent decades on the job

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 22:27:53 No.16091064
I think it's Fae.

I mean, with how much strange music is mentioned, and the people who survive reporting that they could see others but couldn't be seen? Shit like that? In the wilderness?

Totally fae.

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 22:34:56 No.16091079
>>16090973
I think you're on the wrong board
were you looking for /lgbt/?

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 22:39:39 No.16091092
>>16091079
I'll check it out, thanks.

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 23:00:48 No.16091137
>>16091062
See >>16091048
People do weird shit when they're hypothermic/dehydrated/panicked. It's also extremely easy for someone who isn't educated in orienteering to go out to take a shit who can't find their way back to the trail if they get turned around. This is why you don't go in to the woods alone and you know how to use a fucking compass. This also explains why most of these cases are kids. Some of the cases where kids are found 10 miles away are probably just kidnappings.

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 23:06:27 No.16091149
>>16091059
>>16091137
I think this is right. There are some pretty reasonable explanations for people disappearing in these parks and never being found. I guess the real issue here is the parks not really looking into things enough or keeping good records, but that just seems like an issue of them being lazy, avoiding bad publicity and issues with bureaucratic bullshit.

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 23:21:10 No.16091174
The wilderness will claim idiots.

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Anonymous 2015-05-02 23:24:20 No.16091178
>>16090846
I think he mentioned that Florida would need it's own book due to the sheer amount of cases there. Don't quote me or anything though, I don't remember which interview it was.

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Anonymous 2015-05-03 01:03:41 No.16091426
>>16091178
There's more than bigfoots in florida. We got feral repitilans, indian ghosts, witches, giant panthers, aliens, and general monsters/ demons that haunt the woods. And sink holes, fall in one of those no one will ever find you.

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Anonymous 2015-05-03 01:04:51 No.16091432
cont. and ghost pirates.

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Anonymous 2015-05-03 01:20:25 No.16091483
>>16090984
>Paulides isn't claiming aliumsdidit or really anything at all

Yes, he is. He thinks bigfoot is doing it. He might not explicit say it in his talks about missing people, but it's heavily implied, especially if you know about they guy's career. Before the "missing 411" stuff he was known for being a bigfoot researcher, and he would frequently talk about stories that say bigfoot rapes or kidnaps people, and would even implicate bigfoot in those national parks missing persons cases; eventually, he wrote a book just about the missing persons stuff without explicitly mentioning bigfoot, and he got way more popular. It's not really a coincidence, he got more vague to appeal to more people.

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Anonymous 2015-05-03 03:12:17 No.16091885
>>16091483
From what I've read, I get different conclusions from case to case. Fae, bigfoot, aliens, walking through a dimensional portal, etc. I don't think bigfoot was shoved down my throat. Hell, the one guy called his wife (I think his wife) about shadowy figures chasing him. Shadow people aren't benign like most thing they are...

I'm someone who is quite familiar with how easy it is to get lost in the parks. I've been horseback riding since I was eight, been to tons of parks, tons of rides, tons of sticky situations.
One time we got lost 12 hours in a park that was poorly marked. We weren't familiar with the park and it took us a long time to realize we weren't on a main trail. It turned into a deer trail, when we turned around we found many, many forks that were hidden by tree 'walls' and high foliage. We couldn't figure out which ones we came down. Thank god for knowing how to read the sun's direction. Bit of a bitch on a rainy day though.
Another we were lost for 8 hours. Someone had trailblazed and we followed the trail, same situation as above. Realized that we had no clue where we were. Again sun, and listening for the creek got us back.
Both times we were only packed for an hour trail. I know that could of easily ended badly.

Still, some of these stories raise the hairs on my neck. I've had several weird incidents that made me wonder if I was going to get out of them ok.

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Anonymous 2015-05-03 03:35:40 No.16091948
>>16090803

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Anonymous 2015-05-03 04:47:29 No.16092122
>>16091885

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Anonymous 2015-05-03 09:10:31 No.16092689
ITT: fedorafags pretend to debunk paulides

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Anonymous 2015-05-03 11:22:31 No.16092907
>>16090803
The hell is wrong with this Cali/Nevada point?

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Anonymous 2015-05-03 13:26:46 No.16093094
>>16091062
>Paulides is highlighting cases
he's also leaving out the facts that show that many (most) of the cases can be explained.

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Anonymous 2015-05-03 13:31:33 No.16093100
>>16092689
ITT: 14 years olds believing a shill who's trying to sell his self-published books

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Anonymous 2015-05-03 14:28:41 No.16093183
>>16093094
Care to share these facts?

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Anonymous 2015-05-03 14:52:27 No.16093208
>>16093100
ITT: young adults who have life's mysteries all figured out.

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Anonymous 2015-05-03 14:58:38 No.16093221
>>16091064
>Fair folk
>In America

Interesting. Thought that legends of them were only confined to Europe. Do any Native American tribes have any legends that share similarities with fair folk?







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