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a reply to: CallmeRaskolnikov
Authorities have been hoping the dog, Duke, can lead them to Herdman, but despite multiple sightings of the German shorthair mix, they had not been able to catch the dog. so it looks like the dog is a mix breed, or a mutt. so that makes it even harder to pin down the dogs traits as it may contain traits from several types of breeds.
My point is why was that dog not leashed?
And why bring a dog like that into the back country where it is going to smell more scents than my dirty socks and possibly compete with?
a reply to: graceunderpressure
When running loose, he sniffs and rambles and digs but he always comes back. When he's out of our sight for more than a few minutes, we whistle and he returns, probably because he knows we have the hot dogs.
originally posted by: seahawkshos040
I met david paulides once at a presentation and asked him in person what he thinks is happening regarding 411. To paraphrase his response: I don't know by who or what, but I believe these people are being abducted.
originally posted by: CallmeRaskolnikov
awesome! i think that is the important thing to remember. the who or what is something we can't say definitively. but, i would certainly agree that something is abducting people in our national parks and our national parks system knows more then they let on.
however, i think just the basic fact that our national parks system doesn't even keep a record of missing persons is very bizarre. i mean, in what other federal agency would that be acceptable?