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Yes, it's very bizarre! Quoting: January Wolves
It kind of reminds me of a c2c show hosted by George Knapp on strange disappearances. The guest was the author of a book called "Missing 411". He had documented hundreds of cases of strange disappearances in National Parks & forested areas all over N. America. Some young children survived and told stories of being abducted by either a large wolf or bear.
At the time of the show the author did say that there were similar things going on in other countries/continents & was planning on investigating those also.
David Paulides is the author to the Missing 411 books. He was on C2Cin March 2012, June 2012 and This spring, I think April. George Knapp interviewed, and yea, its fucking spooky as fuck! The cases are available to read, but, there's a few cases that Government agencies wouldn't release through FOIA. The stories are verified, plus, the author provides names and contact info of the sources of info. What's really strange is some stories have conflicting information. One article says mystery solved, but another article says its unexplained. Due to the conflict, I researched the Bart Schlyer case personally by calling the people who were part of the official investigation and confirmed that the author and info was legit!
I posted a link below to one of the creepiest cases and its the one I researched/verified
[link to www.wolfsongalaska.org
Bookmarked to read later. However, I have read all of the Missing411 series and the Missing 411-The Devil's in the Detail. The Dyatlov Pass ties in with Paulides' documented
incidents. Trying to figure out why?
1. the entities responsible, in theory are our spiritual selves, strong and ape-like but can disappear at will.
Some not all
are the doers of abducting people against their will.
2. the ones who are usually abducted are the ignorant, so if you're informed you diminish your chances of abduction, in theory of course.
3. somebody mentioned 'demonic beings', perhaps. The medieval woodcarvings of demonic beings, has something to do with the puzzle. Perhaps, the burning of Alexandria
documented too much to tell what's going on.
Is there an American incident? Teddy Roosevelt, our
President and great outdoors-man printed the following
in one of his books.
THE BAUMAN STORY
[link to www.bigfootencounters.com
All in all makes for a good Day of the Dead (Nov 1st) reading.