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Originally posted by r3ddbarron
A lot of you have probably heard about how some of these ETs enjoy eating humans for whatever reason.
I looked at the reports for 2000-2006 and every month averages to about 1200-1300 reports of missing children. Go ahead, just browse through these and someone tell me this isn't a little too consistent. Just thought I'd share this, it's pretty weird.
Facts of Interest
~An average of 39 children are reported missing every 24 hours in Colorado.
~In comparison to all other days of the week, more children were reported missing on Friday.
~In comparison to all other months, more children were reported missing in October.
~Most children are repored to have been missing from inside their residence. This may include a family home, non-profit residential group home, foster home or residential treatment facility.
~Most reported missing children are 15 and 16 years old. Females are reported missing more often than males.
Information in this report was provided to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) by local law enforcement agencies using the CCIC automated information system. Each report filed with the local agency is entered into the CCIC computer as a separate case. The numbers reflect cases as opposed to actual missing children; i.e., some children may have been reported missing, recovered and subsequently missing once more. Also, because this data is based only on reports, the Project has no way of identifying those children who have not been reported to local authorities by parents, legal guardians, or subsequently by law enforcement to the CBI.