posted on Sep, 25 2019 @ 11:01 AM
A writer for the Skeptical Inquirer"
performs a major
hit-piece, turning the topic into a tin foil hat conspiracy joke, complete with ghosts, fairies, and even "nefarious Batman type villians".
For starters, the entire piece is utterly rife with lies. Absolute falsehoods. You'll see it in the first few seconds of reading. I don't even have
to pick out specific examples. The whole piece is one big lie. The author ridicules the subject, then admits he himself has not really researched
His conclusion? Maybe it's a serial killer. The National Park Service is understaffed and doesn't have the resources to do anything about it.
Not once does he mention the truly bizarre, the utterly beyond bizarre
components of many of the 411 cases. In fact, he claims that "nothing
spooky" is happening at all !!
Rant over, except to say that this
clown gives skeptical inquireres a bad name.