posted on Jul, 20 2013 @ 08:44 AM
Thanks so much for posting this!
David Paulides has written a few books. But this reminded me of an article I read. Specifically the Dennis Martin case. See Below. This is from the
book, missing 411.
So now we have 2 data points. Alone, they would be circumspect, but together they start to form a circumstantial evidence case. Correlation or
causation? Coincidence, or not? None the less, interesting.
One case of notable strangeness, was the case of Dennis Martin in 1967. Dennis's father was watching him play hide-n-seek. While hiding behind a bush
60 feet from his father in clear view of his location, all the kids came out from hiding except for Dennis. He vanished without a trace and his father
stated "there's no way he could have run off that fast." Later, a 1000 man search party found absolutely no trace of the child. Unknowingly to the
search party and the Martins, 100 green berets show up on the scene and setup a base at a different location to also search for the child, supposedly.
Along with the military, the FBI willingly comes to search as well. Did the governemnt and military really care about the well being of this child, or
did they come to cover up some shocking truth of the nature of our reality? Something that the public can absolutely have no knowledge of.