Monday, March 26, 2012

C2CAM - 2012.03.25 - Odd Disappearances (Coast To Coast AM) (VIDEO)


George Knapp was joined by David Paulides, a former lawman turned investigative journalist, for a discussion on a series of weird and odd disappearances in U.S. national parks and forests that no one to this day can explain.

"Only the top 15 people in the Parks Service know what we are talking about," Paulides said about the widespread mysterious vanishings that have occurred at the national parks and forests in the United States which number over 350.

Acknowledging that animal attacks and accidents do occur in the forest, he contended that these disappearances leave no clues to suggest such prosaic explanations. Over the course of the evening, he detailed instances where people disappeared seemingly in the blink of an eye, never to be seen again, and where bone fragments of victims were found, as if they'd been eaten, yet their clothes are carefully removed.

One bizarre trend amongst the disappearances, which Paulides uncovered, is that the victims appear to travel a vast distance or into a location which should be physically impossible to reach.

To that end, he detailed the case of a two-year-old boy named Keith Parkins, who vanished near Umatilla National Forest. The child would eventually be found after nineteen hours and having traveled an astounding 12 miles. The journey, Paulides said, would require the toddler to venture over two mountain ranges, as well as fences, creeks, and rivers. The case, he revealed, is just one of many where children disappear and are later found "several hundred percent" outside of the grid system carefully designed by search and rescue teams.

Additionally, Paulides noted that there are some rare cases where, after tracking dogs have led rescuers to a large river, search teams will explore the other side and "miles away, they find the kid."


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