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    In the midwest alone, there are stories every day of people disappearing in Michigan, Ohio, and surrounding areas.

    I am not sure if there is actually an uptick in disappearances or an uptick in reporting of such, however, it is deeply disturbing.

    Here is a report of the most recent arrests:

    https://www.mlive.com/news/2019/12/4...-michigan.html

    I can't help but to notice, but the overwhelming majoring appear to be black women, children, and teens.

    I have my own theories, but I am curious if anyone on this forum can shed any light on this issue.

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    The tragedy of the whole thing is almost unbearable to think about. Out of curiosity I looked up the stats for missing people in the US alone. There were over 600,000 missing in 2018, with about 450000 under the age of 21. I had to go back and make sure I got the numbers right. That seems insane to me. Obviously some of them have logical explanations but what about the other hundreds of thousands? Something is very wrong with the whole thing. Some of them are definitely being trafficked but I feel like there are even more sinister things happening to some.

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    Quote Posted by peterpam (here)
    The tragedy of the whole thing is almost unbearable to think about. Out of curiosity I looked up the stats for missing people in the US alone. There were over 600,000 missing in 2018, with about 450000 under the age of 21. I had to go back and make sure I got the numbers right. That seems insane to me. Obviously some of them have logical explanations but what about the other hundreds of thousands? Something is very wrong with the whole thing. Some of them are definitely being trafficked but I feel like there are even more sinister things happening to some.
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    There were over 600,000 missing in 2018, with about 450000 under the age of 21. I had to go back and make sure I got the numbers right. That seems insane to me.
    Insane indeed. But is that 600,000 still missing, or 600,000 reported missing (assuming most of which were quickly or at least eventually found).

    For context 600,000 is, according to 2018 stats from wikipedia, the approximate population of Baltimore.
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    This is a only goof, but maybe a piece to the puzzle here, as to why children/people are missing. If I may, Please Be advised, vulgar language is being used.



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    I am with you aceninja on this. A very long time ago I read that there was a movement of children and disappearing ppl from the Michigan area in ships/boats across the lake that was nefarious. We can imagine the usury for satanic agenda's, or for other human trafficking agenda's. I also want to comment on a possible reason for tens of thousands disappearing. Does anyone feel there is the possibility of taking people off planet for colonizing elsewhere?
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    Bettye198, I do feel that people are being taken off-planet, for many reasons. Not provable, of course. Just another crazy idea most people would never want to think about

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    Quote Posted by Meryl (here)
    Bettye198, I do feel that people are being taken off-planet, for many reasons. Not provable, of course. Just another crazy idea most people would never want to think about
    Well, do see this thread! I have to say, it resonated very strongly with me the first time I saw this.

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    My daughter seemed to be over-reacting to the sex trafficking reports, or so I thought until she showed me the statistics. Our state, Alabama, ranks very high in numbers of missing young women. Something about the Interstate 65 corridor. Additional precautions taken. Pepper spray and tasers at the ready.
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    Out of curiosity, did anyone here ever actually know someone who went missing?
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    "The US is aging and, as a result, family life is transforming."

    or are there other reasons for 1.1 million less children today than just a decade ago...?
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    Thank you Bill. I may have missed that since drama took over for last years and now settled where my life will retire. Now I have not a theory but a remembrance of a whistleblower making mention that the POW missing in action troops have also been picked up for colonization which would make sense since no one would question unless they are like all of us. I also remember a story, you may recall of a super soldier making claim that he "had memory" of seeing about a million people in that town of Cambodia with ruins, Angkor Wat disappear. I am assuming he was either hypnotized or had a flashback of seeing a portal with these insectoid aliens about the size of a VW bus cleaning up the remains. The whole thing is a vision I care not to revisit but if true, that is one more answer to disappearing people on the planet.
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    The original article is about prostitution. Nothing said about anyone missing:


    in connection to a human trafficking sweep...The prostitutes, none of whom have so far been identified as human trafficking victims, range in age from 18-20 years old, he said. There were no underage victims identified during this operation.



    Of half a million missing people reported each year, Wiki says of NCIC: Of the children under age 18, a total of 4,883 reports were classified as "missing under circumstances indicating that the disappearance may not have been voluntary, i.e., abduction or kidnapping" (9,572 under age 21), and an additional 9,617 as "missing under circumstances indicating that his/her physical safety may be in danger" (15,163 under age 21).

    Vast majority of the cases are cleared. And even with those statistics, 18-21 is heavily weighted over the younger group.

    If not: Third parties are also available in the United States, but can be expensive yielding limited results. These resources are in the form of bounty hunters and private investigators.

    I would say I can think of some who have been reported missing, which would make the statistic look big, but cleared. On the other hand, I have never really heard anyone going around looking for their kid. Or any long-term or apparently permanent disappearance of anybody. The closest thing I can even think of is parents keeping their own kids in a closet.

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    The original article is about prostitution. Nothing said about anyone missing:


    in connection to a human trafficking sweep...The prostitutes, none of whom have so far been identified as human trafficking victims, range in age from 18-20 years old, he said. There were no underage victims identified during this operation.



    Of half a million missing people reported each year, Wiki says of NCIC: Of the children under age 18, a total of 4,883 reports were classified as "missing under circumstances indicating that the disappearance may not have been voluntary, i.e., abduction or kidnapping" (9,572 under age 21), and an additional 9,617 as "missing under circumstances indicating that his/her physical safety may be in danger" (15,163 under age 21).

    Vast majority of the cases are cleared. And even with those statistics, 18-21 is heavily weighted over the younger group.

    If not: Third parties are also available in the United States, but can be expensive yielding limited results. These resources are in the form of bounty hunters and private investigators.

    I would say I can think of some who have been reported missing, which would make the statistic look big, but cleared. On the other hand, I have never really heard anyone going around looking for their kid. Or any long-term or apparently permanent disappearance of anybody. The closest thing I can even think of is parents keeping their own kids in a closet.
    The article posted is just one article about the overarching topic. I am seeing local and regional news every other day of children, women, and teens disappearing. Some are turning up dead. Prostitution is one thing that is happening (Epstein), but there are other things that can be happening as well.

    Wow, this article sheds additional light on the issue as well: https://www.wnem.com/news/what-you-n...8770fbfaa.html

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