posted on Dec, 14 2016 @ 07:20 AM
I worked search and rescue, and was a wilderness patrol ranger in the national forests for several years. I doubt there is any conspiracy among
search and rescue, which assembles teams much the same way a volunteer fire department borrows people from the community.
David P. is definitely an author seeking to make a living by feeding the conspiracy crowd their stories. He found and created his own niche, beyond
just being another bigfoot guy. However, his "clusters" of events are not real in a anomalous way. National parks for instance, see many millions
of more visitors than do wilderness areas or BLM land. Hence, you find many more tragedies in National parks because many more idiots venture there.
Sure, he describes some weird instances. But a few isolated unsolvable events do not imply massive coherent "clusters" of strange activity. There
are no charts or numbers or movements to resolve this because the issue does not exist as a coherent conspiracy by human groups. Sure, there may be
some abductions, by a cougar or a psychopath haunting a campground, but that doesn't imply a vast conspiracy which would be impossible to uphold in
any realistic circumstance.
David offers smoke and mist with a few odd nuggets that are not necessarily fact-proven. enjoy it as the entertainment it is.
14-12-2016 by jayfkntee because: (no reason given)