Published on Mar 31, 2015
MAKE THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR ACCOUNTABLE FOR PERSONS MISSING IN OUR NATIONAL PARKS & FORESTS
Missing-411 is the first comprehensive book about people who have disappeared in the wilds of North America. It's understood that people routinely get lost, some want to disappear but this story is about the unusual. Nobody has ever studied the archives for similarities, traits and geographical clusters of missing people, until now.
A tip from a national park ranger led to 3+ years and a 7000 hour investigative effort into understanding the stories behind people who have vanished. The book chronicles children, adults and the elderly who disappeared, sometimes in the presence of friends and relatives. As Search and Rescue personnel exhaust leads and places to search, relatives start to believe kidnappings and abductions have occurred. The belief by the relatives is not an isolated occurrence; it replicates itself time after time, case after case across North America.
The research depicts 28 clusters of missing people across the continent, something that has never been exposed and was a shocking find to researchers. Topography does play a part into the age of the victims and certain clusters have specific age and sex consistency that is baffling. This is not a phenomenon that has been occurring in just the last few decades, clusters of missing people have been identified as far back as the 1800's.
Some of the issues that are discussed in each edition:
• The National Park Service attitude toward missing people
• How specific factors in certain cases replicate themselves in different clusters
• Exposing cases involving missing children that aren't on any national database
• Unusual behavior by bloodhounds/canines involved in the search process
• How storms, berries, swamps, briar patches, boulder fields and victim disabilities play a role in the disappearance
• The strategies of Search and Rescue personnel need to change under specific circumstances
From a statistical standpoint, the Bigfoot connection to this topic and the UFO topic in general is not to be given much credence. However, from an individual case standpoint, there are a few missing persons cases that are worth considering and a few more UFO Bigfoot connection cases that are compelling.
In regard to a Bigfoot kidnapping a person, there are some Native American accounts and surely there would be a few bad seeds out there in the Bigfoot population, just as with with the human population. None of this evidence is nearly conclusive or should be cause for much concern, given the large body of evidence suggesting these primates are benign.
As to the UFO Bigfoot connection, Stan Gordon has brought forth some interesting cases, which again, statistically can be ignored. However, in the interest of being open minded and non-dismissive of seemingly honest people, I think it's first important to note the large body of evidence supporting an alien source for UFO reality. If you can get on board with that, the next thing to consider, is the oft reported "screen memories," of abductees. These are false memories planted by the alien visitors to obscure the real events that took place during the abduction. This is perhaps more likely than the Bigfoot being abducted too and dropped off at the scene where these two phenomena bump heads, and certainly more plausible than sightings of a real-life Chewbacca!
But of course these missing persons cases are no joke at all. They're very disturbing. I hope we can all agree on the petition below if noting else.