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Missing 411: The Movie features haunting interviews with people who have had their loved ones inexplicably vanish as well as park rangers reflecting on the baffling mystery.
Missing 411 seeks the answer to the unsolved disappearances of Thousands of visitors in our National Parks & Forests, all under similar circumstances
IMDB - Missing 411 (2016)
A documentary that chronicles the similar disappearances of five children in the wilds of North America, across multiple decades.
Missing 411 - Official Trailer - Dec. 12, 2016Canam Missing Project - Youtube Channel
Missing 411 - Movie Preview - Jan. 8, 2016
Missing 411 - Unofficial Trailer - July 17, 2015
Missing 411: The Movie November 10 · The latest on the movie, we are sitting at two film festivals right now waiting for denial or approval. The film must premier at the festival or they won't accept it. The venue the movie will be released hasn't been determined, but it will be available to the public early next year. This has been a steep learning curve with many twists and turns. Our goal is to find the one location where people can have access to the topic and understand the issues that surround the missing and their family. Thanks for your patience.
As I mentioned above, National Parks are known for their heavy law enforcement presence, and law enforcement always keeps records of crimes like missing people, homicides, robbery, etc. Imagine David’s surprise, especially as a former law enforcement officer, when he requested a list of missing persons from many of the different National Parks, and was always met with the response, “We don’t keep lists.”
What do you mean you don’t keep lists of missing children?? Give me a break! As you’ll see in the video below, the government later came back and said David could have a list, but it would cost him $1.4 Million Dollars?!?!? What?!? Do you have a list or not, and if so, why $1.4 Million? The video below gives you a brief overview just to wet your appetite, and then the next video contains the entire interview from Coast to Coast where George Knapp interviews David Paulides in detail.
originally posted by: seattlerat
My two cents:
1. Looking forward to the movie- some great investigative work by Paulides.
2. Elisa Lam case has SUPPOSEDLY been debunked/solved- she was off her meds and this resulted in her erratic behavior/death. I don't necessarily believe that this is case closed, but the family and court system apparently do.
3. One of the most intriguing aspects of the missing 411 cases for me, has been the high levels of GHB (Date Rape Drug) found in the blood of a large number of the bodies that were actually found. Paulides has speculated that some sort of aerosol technology was used to administer the GHB, because the amounts found were incredibly high, yet stomach contents did not indicate oral administration of the GHB. Who has the technology to administer aerosol GHB? The answer to this question might help solve the mystery of the Missing 411.
A Nobel Prize winning biologist has ignited controversy after publishing details of an experiment in which a fragment of DNA appeared to ‘teleport’ or imprint itself between test tubes.
According to a team .ed by Luc Montagnier, previously known for his work on HIV and AIDS, two test tubes, one of which contained a tiny piece of bacterial DNA, the other pure water, were surrounded by a weak electromagnetic field of 7Hz.
originally posted by: zatara
a reply to: gmoneystunt
I have listened to a few interviews with David Paulides and somewhere in these interviews a person who is highly respected by David told him about the experience of his wife.
She said to have seen something which was simular like the Predator in the Schwarzenegger movie in the woods. With simular I mean a transperant figure moving in the woods.
I can't help thinking.."What about that!!". We,self respecting conspiracy theorists "know" that hollywood is using deep clasified information in movies. They just make good stories...and that those in top of or food chain have the compulsion to inform the public covertly what they are up to.
Maybe it is a coincedence that 911 was also shown in a Schwartzenegger movie..The Terminator.
If you look at what it might be taking these people away it must be something intelligent, invisible....something with the technology to control the wheater...to erase all traces....something able to hoover in the skies..invisible. Something that can move freely on the ground without being seen...something invisible..
Something the government knows about...something many governments know about. It is as if a deal has been made with these intelligent beings to use the national parks for their "hunting grounds". I say this because all serious effort to get to the bottom of this is "sabotaged" by governments all over the world. where these people are disappearing.
Just finished watching the movie. It seems like a great majority of the movie was spent on the Deorr Kunz Jr. case instead of truly mysterious disappearances. The opinion of almost everyone , that has had any involvement with the case, believes it is a murder case that was covered up by who did it and the FBI just doesn't have enough evidence to prosecute. Even the PI the parents had hired resigned from the case because he didn't believe the parents were being honest with him. I wish the documentary had focused more attention on the truly mysterious disappearances in our national parks and not so much on the Kunz case. I thought I was watching a tv show on this one cold case. With all the baffling cases in the books, why spend a great majority on this one? I don't mean to sound like this child's life was not important, but his disappearance more than likely has a rational explanation. I had hope for more and was really excited to see it out, but was left disappointed. The photography was excellent though. If you think this is going to be a movie as good as the books, you are in for a rude awakening. Only a few other cases from the book were included in the film briefly and the Jaryd Atadero was covered somewhat better. Please excuse errors as I am typing on my phone.
Sell out?????? Hmmmmm....