Skip to comments.Odd Disappearances
Posted on 03/26/2012 1:30:52 PM PDT by lowbridge
George Knapp was joined for the full four hours by David Paulides, a former lawman turned investigative journalist, for a discussion on a series of weird and odd disappearances in U.S. national parks and forests that no one can explain.
Acknowledging that animal attacks and accidents do occur in the forest, he contended that these disappearances are different because they leave no clues to suggest such prosaic explanations. Over the course of the evening, he detailed instances where people vanish within minutes, never to be seen again, and where bone fragments of victims were found, as if they'd been eaten, yet their clothes have been carefully removed. One bizarre trend amongst the cases is that the victims appear to travel a vast distance or into a location which should be physically impossible to reach. To that end, Paulides detailed the story of a two-year-old boy named Keith Parkins, who vanished near Umatilla National Forest. The child would eventually be found an astounding 12 miles away after being gone for only 19 hours. The journey, Paulides said, would require the toddler to venture over two mountain ranges, as well as fences, creeks, and rivers. The case, he revealed, is just one of many where children disappear and are later found "several hundred percent" outside of the grid system carefully designed by search and rescue teams.
Beyond that, children who have gone missing, and then returned alive, recall encounters with wolf-like creatures or a bear that "cuddled with them all night."
(Excerpt) Read more at coasttocoastam.com ...
“Beyond that, children who have gone missing, and then returned alive, recall encounters with wolf-like creatures or a bear that “cuddled with them all night.””
Maybe we have roving bands of Furries who are grabbing kids and some adults and “cuddling with them all night long. Then releasing them the next day.
Gotta watch out for them furries.
Only a lonely Bigfoot. Interesting that they eat the adults, though.
If those cases are indeed true, that is very strange indeed and abit un-nerving ...
It sounded interesting, and I started to read it.
Until I saw “coasttocoast”.
“To that end, Paulides detailed the story of a two-year-old boy named Keith Parkins, who vanished near Umatilla National Forest. The child would eventually be found an astounding 12 miles away after being gone for only 19 hours.”
I see. It would just be “astounding” for some adult to take the child 12 miles away over a period of 19 hours? Not.
speculation, conjecture, speculation, tin-foil-hat, more conjecture - typical coast-to-coast show
Alien shape shifters; they’re everywhere these days - including, apparently, the White House.
I don’t like George Noory or Ian Punnet, they’re boring. I think C2C should have a different host.
A search for Keith Parkins and Umatilla comes up with no results except for those with Paulides as a source.
Pre-internet history? Although the use of “carefully designed” search and rescue grids is relatively modern.
Cue the photo of that weird wild haired, alien dude from TDC/TLC/History.
I dated one of those guys in high school.
Some of this is typical of a mountain lion attack. They will carry their prey long distances, even up hills and other obstacles. One toddler was snatched in Colorado a few years ago like this. It took people a few years to find the body, because the child disappeared at a creek and people thought he had fallen in, so they kept searching downstream. He was carried upstream and up a hill away from the stream by the mountain lion, before he was eaten.
For the good of the country, I hereby volunteer to take Nancy Pelosi on a camping trip...heh, heh.
Sorry, been busy...
John B. Wells does Saturday nights. His line of inquiry is better and he doesn't interrupt the guest with inane non-sequiturs just as the guest is making some salient point.
LOL! That’s HIM! Thx for posting.
(what a goofball!)
I don’t like when George Noory has on guests during the monologue where he reads the news. He does short segments with guests. He should just read the news.
Take that back, he ain't one of ours :(
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