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Originally posted by Pegasus2000
My best guess is many of them are from inexperienced people wondering into the woods and the elements getting the better of them.
I've spent better than half of my life in the woods. In areas of Wyoming, Montana, Idaho Manitoba, Ontario and a few other areas. Packing in with horse, 4 wheeler, snowmobile and backpack. Blizzards, Ice storms, Thunderstorms, Wind storms, The Mountains are a wild Beautiful place, But vary unforgiving to all. For even the experience it can be a battle of life and death. My honest belief is they succumbed to the elements and terrain.
Originally posted by GhostLancer
On Coast to Coast AM, they have recently had several interviews with former detective David Paulides who began investigating the paranormal a few years ago, specifically Bigfoot. However, as he investigated this deep-forest-dwelling creature, National Park employees approached him and informed him of a terrible secret.
C2C interview (George Knapp interviews David Paulides, Part 1): www.youtube.com...
PART 2: www.youtube.com...
PART 3: www.youtube.com...
PART 4: www.youtube.com...
That terrible secret involves how the National Park Service and the FBI have suppressed and still suppress information on exactly how many people vanish or die national parks under highly strange circumstances. "Clusters" of missing people center around national parks. When asked, even under FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) rights, release of information is refused and/or priced so high that no citizen could afford it (in the hundreds of thousands of dollars).
It is not beyond possibility that people visiting national parks (camping, hiking, touring, etc.) are allowed to become "prey" or "sacrifices" for unknown subjects, entities and/or clandestine organizations involved in secret rituals for nefarious purposes.
SUGGESTED READING: www.nabigfootsearch.com...
Another interview with video images: www.youtube.com...
At the very least, certainly listen to the C2C interview before you ever venture alone, with family and/or friends, into national parks, forests and "wild" areas of this country (and overseas). This could very well keep you from becoming another missing person whose case details are suppressed by authorities... Be wary.
Highly recommended NEWS VIDEO: www.youtube.com...
Originally posted by Mkoll
This sounds like supernatural occurrences to me. The sheer Lovecraftian wrongness of these events just smacks you in the face.
The story from the girl who met "Mr. Wolf" shows that not all of these entities are bad, though. Or possibly they take a perverse joy in sometimes just being nice instead of causing these insane killings.
You bring up a good point about "Mr. Wolf." It's perplexing. Thinking about paranormal entities, though, I guess I shouldn't be surprised that there are "good" and "bad" ones, just like with us humans. It's good to hear that some of these strange experiences don't always result in death and/or disappearance. It's very odd, ancient, mysterious, like all things Lovecraftian.
Speaking of Lovecraftian, just what is your avatar GhostLancer?edit on 14-10-2012 by Mkoll because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Night Star
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Listened to this recently. Fascinating!!!!!!!
I'm a firm believer that the "boogey man" exists, maybe not like we have seen in movies but something IS going on out there.