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originally posted by: LukeDAP
This continues to be one of the most interesting threads I've followed here - in fact, it might have been one of the few threads I've ACTUALLY followed. All the work and effort you guys have put on this... You have my respect, good people.
What turns these Super LEO's into bumbling fools with regards to these cases?
Is someone keeping a close eye on any such cases surfacing...and stepping in with instructions from above - "Put a lid on it." - then, giving instructions on how to turn the story into a tangled mess...so it looks like 'typical' LEO incompetence... ?
Hell, I scared myself! I spend a lot of time in the boondock wilderness because of my job. There have been plenty of times when I've felt that unmistakable hair-raising sensation of "being watched", but after looking around and seeing nothing I was able to put it aside.
You're scaring the children amigo! And Randy too!
"...Or perhaps the LEO's just want to "close" these high-strangeness cases with a false veneer of mundane answers; ...the missing person equivalent of "swamp gas" for UFOs..."
originally posted by: Tsurugi
a reply to: randyvs
Something else occurred to me.
If these things can shapeshift and camoflauge, it's possible they are the fishermen.
Would explain how the fishermen in the Herdman case located the camp so easily, and found the backpack....?