Had to put this out before reporting to duty,
Over 700,000 children disappear fron the USA and European Union A YEAR!
Are they abducted by aliens, Freak Masons or other satanic cults? I don't know but here is an example of one of their failed attempts.
From FOX News www.foxnews.com...
A sheriff says he doesn't think a man caught on surveillance video running down a sidewalk with a toddler in his arms is a resident of the tiny town
of Sprague. We don't believe him to be a local at this point," Magers said of the man. "We'd recognize him if he was local."
Authorities have no leads, the sheriff said.
Sprague is a wheat-farming town of about 500 people 40 miles southwest of Spokane.
The boy's father, Michael Wright, said he was horrified by the incident.
"I can't explain the feeling, the anxiety and everything" that comes with getting a phone call like the one that told him someone had tried to
kidnap his son, Wright told KXLY-TV of Spokane. Sheriff's deputies said a man talked with the children for a few minutes, then scooped the toddler
out of his stroller and ran down the street. Surveillance video from a grocery store showed the kidnapper running, child in arms, with Delicia chasing
and Brenden not far behind.
Delicia's screams alerted Dorothy Giddings, who was working at her antique store downtown.
"I said there is something wrong," Giddings recalled Tuesday.
"Then this man busts out and runs across the street and he's got a baby and a little girl right behind him screaming," Giddings said. "The girl
said, 'That man got my baby brother! That man got my baby brother!'"
Giddings said she realized what was happening and sent her grandson Andrew Crane, 15, and his friend Isaac Yow, 16, to chase the man. As the older
boys approached, the kidnapper put the child down in a vacant lot and fled, the sheriff's office said.
"He went around a corner and disappeared," Giddings said. "Somehow he disappeared from the face of the earth."
No vehicle was seen with the kidnapper, who is described by the sheriff's office as about 30 years old, 6-foot to 6-foot-2, with a thin build, brown
hair and a mustache.
This is certainly a strange story. I doubt the man disappeared from the face of the earth. More than likely he had been planning the attack - as most
predators are extremely calculated. If he had been planning an attack that day he more than likely would have had a "ditch out" spot where he could
quickly hide from a perusing person(s).
Unfortunately monsters like this exist and are very good at blending in.
originally posted by: Klassified
a reply to: Violater1
Sounds a bit like a real life "Tall Man".
The Tall Man 2012
A nurse's (Jessica Biel) young son is the latest victim in a series of small-town child abductions rumored to be orchestrated by an ominous
figure known as "the Tall Man."
Why is he not just called a man? Why does height, or weight, or age, or anything else come into it?
We're making criminals into legends here, and it's entirely wrong.
These are just f-up people, we don't need to "glamorize" them and make them into legendary "creatures" for some sick form of entertainment.
On the OP, it's great that these kids acted to get their baby brother back, and it's great to see locals stepping in to help too. As for the
disappearance of the man, chances are he knew where he was going to go and he had a plan of escape. There's nothing mysterious about this.
I really think that people just need to understand that there are some very horrid people out there, and while these things are rare and never likely
to affect you or someone you love, it's always sensible to be aware of what's going on around you.
From that staggering figure it needs to be determined which involved the suspicion of foul play or actual criminal causes, and those that are
"missing" due to poor administration of records. THEN we can start talking about the true scale of the problem.
You haven't seen the movie have you? Nobody is glamorizing anything. There's no way to go into detail without spoilers. The fact is that child
abductions do sometimes give rise to urban legends. One example would be Cropsey. In a larger sense, the concept
of boogeymen probably dates back into prehistory.
As for the OP: Without doing any additional reading into the incident, I'd guess that it's likely that the would be kidnapper jumped into his getaway
vehicle or ducked into a building that he'd previously scoped out. Interesting that a "town of 500" has sidewalks that nice let alone cameras to
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I saw the story last night, and I have to say, the sister and brother should get most of the credit. They did exactly what kids should be taught,
screaming their heads off and chasing the man. That got other peoples attention.
But I didn't catch the part about the man "disappearing" or they didn't mention it. That is very strange.
Something that really stood out to me: the man is wearing what looks to be a suit jacket from the 80's due to the VERY oversize shoulder pads,
something he may have picked up at a Goodwill or Salvation Army store. While that doesn't sound like much to some, it could be something to
detectives because it could possibly show his status, his dress style, where he may work or shop, someone might remember a man coming into their
convenience store wearing this odd type of jacket with those regular pants, among many other things that a good detective will take note of.
Another point: Could he have had a window of opportunity when he put the child down? Meaning did everyone stop chasing him for a few seconds to check
on the child? If so he had those few seconds to run and make his designation. OR did some continue the chase?
Every second is critical in this.
How has no one said....where are these children's parents? I grew up in a smaller town than this, and my brother and I were allowed to go to the
store ourselves or go back in the woods, etc. when we were 5 or 6...but no one would have let us take along a toddler. What poor decision making on
the parents part, small town or not.
The second story was located in Pe Ell, Washington and this one in Sprague, Washington. They are about 300 miles apart, but I found it interesting
that these were in the same state, happening within a few days of each other, and both in very small towns.
They may be related, or they may not. Just thought I would point it out. I wonder if the police could show this video to the kids from Pe Ell to at
least see if they match up.
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