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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.