22nd August 2012 12:06
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Waves of Missing Person Cases in areas around National Parks - Unreported ???
I've been reading about many missing cases lately, more about some developing cases, where some remains have been found, but what blew me away was that all these places where these people were found were national parks. National parks across America.
Even more disturbing is that for every remains found, there are aprox. 1000 cases still pending. Some go back a century.
There are three things that strike me odd about this:
1 - There is no push by the media (mainstream and alternative) to get this out to people
2 - The National Parks (Most of them), refuse to cooperate/help with the cases (some have even asked million dollars for compiling a thorough list of every individual that went missing there - and there were many)
3 - The FBI is assigned to these cases ..... but as an observant ???
4 - The missing person cases have skyrocketed in recent decades, and the large majority now seem to go missing in National Parks
A small number of people who have been found alive cannot tell what happened to them ....
Many have some sort of disability now.
I don't know why I'm surprised, when my country has a paramilitary base located within the area of a National Park, at the base of a mountain. There has been UFO activity around there as well.
What do you guys think? Could this be abduction cases? Have you heard about this? Do you live near a National Park, have you witnessed anything unusual? Have the FBI being present etc.?
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22nd August 2012 12:12
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