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National Parks, people missing!? Why not just add all the people who get lost, injured, trapped, mauled, or commit suicide weather in a forest or not.
7 complete strangers of widely varying personality characteristics are involuntarily placed in an endless kafkaesque maze containing deadly traps.
originally posted by: -Blackout-
I dont mean to subject change. However, this entire topic here fascinates me greatly. Besides the David Paulides books, are there any other books on this entire topic that are good reads? I tend to lean more toward the unexplained, Bigfoot/creature/Alien angles on the subject when I want to read about it.
Can anyone help me out here? Give me a few good book titles on the subject?
Thanks a lot.
Another theory is that there is a worldwide network of people who go on kidnapping sprees and kidnap people and take them to some remote area and butcher them for parts and they take the re-usable parts from the body and sell them to black markets and crooked Hospitals. Black Market Organ harvesting in other words........
originally posted by: stormcell
Here's another disappearance:
The search for an Arcadia firefighter who has been missing in the Los Padres National Forest for going on five days resumed Tuesday at the campsite where he was last seen, Ventura County Sheriff’s officials said. Mike Herdman, 34, was hiking with a friend Friday near the Tar Creek trail when his dog ran off and disappeared, authorities said. Herdman gave chase -- barefoot and wearing only a T-shirt and shorts -- and hasn’t been seen since.
This just sounds incredible - someone and their dog just disappeared into thin air around a campsite.