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posted on Mar, 26 2009 @ 01:58 PM
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I haven't been keeping up with the latest in the UFO/ET field lately, but I was thinking back to some of the stories I had heard about underground bases and ET interactions underground etc. I'm sure some of you will follow me on this. A lot of you have probably heard about how some of these ETs enjoy eating humans for whatever reason. Makes sense to me, whatever. Could be. Everything's eaten by something. This could all be a load of crap, but I was looking through some of the missing children statistics, specifically Colorado, because my understanding was that there's a lot of underground bases there. I was shocked at how CONSISTENT these reports are. The explanation may not be that these kids are being eaten by another race, but there's something up- for sure.

I'm just going to post this link and someone confirm that something's not right.

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.

Under each year- click the top link labeled "Missing Children Reports Received and Reviewed".

Colorado Missing Children Reports



[edit on 26-3-2009 by r3ddbarron]

[edit on 26-3-2009 by r3ddbarron]




posted on Mar, 26 2009 @ 02:21 PM
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I would like you to clarify, if you have the information available, how many of those missing children cases that get filed go on to get solved.

It's funny that you post this though, my roomate and I were talking about how many people go missing each year...a good number are probably kidnapped and/or killed and a good number probably just get up and leave without wanting to be found...

...but how many wind up in those bizzare situations you hear about every now and then as one of those "You won't believe this!" type news stories.

You never think about it like you do about kidnapping, but every year there is a very small percentage of people who are sold as slaves, or tortured for years, or god knows what else.

If abductions are happening I don't see why a percentage of that wouldn't be abduction related.



posted on Mar, 26 2009 @ 02:26 PM
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Can you post some information relating on the percentage that go missing in Colorado as opposed to everywhere else. If there is a pattern it would become apparent. I'm at work so i have no time to research.



posted on Mar, 26 2009 @ 02:34 PM
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The missing children reports for the year 2006 shows that the number of missing children in Colorado was in total 14,330:
cbi.state.co.us...

According to the same source, the total number of recovered children the same year was 14,338.
cbi.state.co.us...

So excactly how many children did the aliens eat..?



posted on Mar, 26 2009 @ 02:35 PM
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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.


Yes, and for the most part those stories originate from made up story of the Dulce base.



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.


This is missing children reports. Reports don't mean a child has actually disappeared and has never been found.

I think this data is completely irrelevant to support the theory.

In fact, checking on this website (website of the The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children), selecting Colorado and setting the search to the last 2 years we get 12 records found.

That's 12 children who actually gone missing in last 2 years. Hardly a shocking number.



posted on Mar, 26 2009 @ 02:40 PM
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S&F!

yes, I would agree.. what's more eerie is Facts of Interest on the link below the OP URL


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.


What's quite odd to me is..."Most children are reported to have been missing from inside their residence....

Not sure how this could actually happen~! As a parent of 2 children, I KNEW exactally where my kids were and what they were doing 24/7 up till the day they lived with their mom around the ages of 10 & 12.

I'm not sure if it is UFO activity but here's something to think about...

A good friend of mine had a dream 20 years ago about watching children walking down a sidewalk and the sidewalk opening up with light coming out of it underneath them and the child falling down into what seemed to be a hole & disappearing. The adults acted as if they didn't notice anything had happen.

here's my thoughts on what it could be...

1). child porn cartel/Sex Slavery Rings (because they are 15 & 16)
2). experimentation of some kind.
3). faked reports for 'evidence' for RFID implants
4). Alien Abductions

142,393 over the course of 9 years; However, I just checked the National center for missing and exploited children for CO and it posts only 75 are still missing within the last 9 years.

Something is amiss with CO's report. I didn't find any report of how many children were returned back to they residents and it also didn't state if these children were runaways or clearly abducted.



UPDATE: See post above for Recovered Children.

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posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 06:31 AM
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What is REALLY eerie about this is that the OP didn't even check the actual numbers in the source provided before starting this thread. I guess the aliens must have spitted out more children than they ate...




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