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Thank you David for opening our eyes to this mystery and may we all work together to find some answers. Western United States and Canada is the first of the books, detailing hundreds of unexplained — oftentimes bizarre — disappearances that have taken place in the western United States and Canada over the past century or so — in or in close proximity to national parks.
It makes for a dxvid interesting 41. It should be well organized and concise. Aug 29, Kenneth rated it it was amazing.
Furthermore, many of them disappeared in the space of a few minutes in an area very far removed from civilization, where they were camping alone with their family. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. If we did, these cases wouldn’t be included in the book.
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Jul 06, Scorpianmuse rated it it was amazing. Incredible, until I read this book, I didn’t realize how many individuals go missing or disappear each year! Because, “Maybe the answer to this complex equation is that the NPS does not want the public to know how dangerous it is trekking alone in the backcountry of our national parks”when the NPS goes to a great deal of trouble to try to persuade the public that it is dangerous Srsly, ppl, BEARS.
He sounds like a broken record that isn’t exactly sure what track is on the vinyl, but it maybe thinks it’s a Jackson Five album. Topography does play a part into the age of the victims and certain clusters have specific age and sex consistency that is baffling. If you enjoy mystery go ahead and read it, the cases are very interesting to read about.
He starts with a conclusion and cherry picks cases to “support” his theory. The organization of the chapters and their components is all over the place.
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These missing people cases defy explanation, at least in a conventional way. Goodreads helps you keep track miseing books you want to read. Also, the loss and pain of the families left behind is not forgotten by this former police detective, and many interviews with heartbroken loved ones are faithfully included. Maestrokenneth- 5 Stars I rarely give books 5 stars.
Nobody has ever studied the archives for similarities, traits and geographical clusters of missing people, until now. They are pauides incompetent or they want to paullides up the amount of people missing in the Fascinating read! But there is no other explanation than to say that there definitely is a conspiracy going on at the higher levels of government. The search for real world case studies led cavid to David’s books.
Fact is, we don’t know why these people acted as they did or why they disappeared. Some of these cases the circumstances surrounding them are very missingg and you have to wonder why The NPS doesn’t keep information of missing persons in their parks. But Paulides doesn’t seem to recognize there might be a wider application of this demonstration.
Some of the issues that are discussed in each edition: You’re forced to conclude that either very stealthy hill people or sasquatch have been stealing children from under the parents’ noses for at least the last century. The Eastern version will be released in late March and will include a list of all missing people in each edition and a concluding chapter that draws paklides books together for conclusions.
But he does it in such a way that makes it sound like he’s trying way too hard. Read this book before going into the wild Tell me you’re not scratching your head, people. An extensive wilderness search for a missing person that yields no results is mysterious — and nothing more. More details will follow on davic distribution.
He has a handful of disappearances that span decades and he feels it is worthy of being concerning. That’s not a question aimed at Paulides; I just realized that I don’t actually know. He says repeatedly that he doesn’t have misslng hypothesis, but I guess we can call that as a lie. It’s not the content I have a problem with, it’s the writing. The wilderness is disorienting, and even those who are seasoned explores are prone to getting lost.
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Michel Morin- 5 Stars This is a great book. Yes, I mean that. Often, despite extensive search and rescue efforts, nothing is ever found.
This book makes irrational connections and tries to makes it seem like any young man or woman who can pass as a man who ventures missign the woods is likely to disappear by some strange force. Not only that, but it should be taken seriously by people living in close proximity to these parks. He details the facts of each case and offers his observations about certain clusters, patterns, and similarities between them.