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    Default Re: David Paulides' research: over 1600 inexplicable abductions in National Parks, wilderness, and urban areas

    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    Quote Posted by DNA (here)
    There are factors in the Paulides Missing that correspond too much with Sasquatch.
    But not in the cities. And not in Europe.
    True but Paulides changes his criteria for those places many times in my opinion.
    My assertion for Sasquatch is being that Paulides sticks with his original criteria for choosing cases. So as far as the books are concerned, Eastern Missing 411 and Western Missing 411 are where he establishes the criteria for choosing his cases most heavily.
    He really gets away from this in Missing 411 "The devil is in the details" which I feel is his worst book because he gets away from the original criteria he used to choose cases. If we stick to the original clusters in the USA we see that they match places where Sasquatch sightings are the most frequent.

    From Joe R here https://sasquatchchronicles.com/topi.../2/#post-58114
    Quote I am actually in the middle of writing a book right now about aggressive sasquatch attacks and one of the things i found in doing my research was this, i looked at the cluster map that Dave Paulides had put together and i wrote down where the most concentrated clusters were located, there were many that had like a dozen or so missing people in a 5 to 10 mile square area and some in a much more concentrated area, then what i did was i went to the BFRO and looked up sighting reports in those areas and what i found floored me, almost every one of those clusters of missing people were where the highest number of sightings took place. There were many other commonalities i found ironically that you mentioned that i have put in the book.
    Paulides was a hardcore Sasquatch researcher before he wrote the Missing 411 books. He has written two of the absolute best Sasquatch books you will ever find, and he started the Sasquatch genome project with Melba Ketchum. The Paulides research was developed according to a Missing girl who a witness stated was carried off by a family of Sasquatch never to be seen again. This was in the Missing 411 Wesern US books.
    The most difficult lesson for Paulides to learn was how poorly Sasquatch research books sell. So my guess is that Paulides found a way to market his Sasquatch research in a way as to create a little mystery and simply present the reader with the facts of the disappearance. Brilliant really and I have no problem with the subterfuge on his part in so far as this is concerned.
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    Default Re: David Paulides' research: over 1600 inexplicable abductions in National Parks, wilderness, and urban areas

    Paulides has been asked about Sasquatch on many occasions and has said there have not been any footprints found near these disappearances, nor has there been any sightings of Sasquatch near these disappearances. However, there has been some thought that Sasquatch could be inter-dimensional...not sure where I stand on that.

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    Default Re: David Paulides' research: over 1600 inexplicable abductions in National Parks, wilderness, and urban areas

    Quote Posted by Spellbound (here)
    Paulides has been asked about Sasquatch on many occasions and has said there have not been any footprints found near these disappearances, nor has there been any sightings of Sasquatch near these disappearances. However, there has been some thought that Sasquatch could be inter-dimensional...not sure where I stand on that.

    Dave - Toronto

    Sasquatch do not always leave prints. Circumstances have to be just right for decent prints to be left. Also 99% of what Paulides is doing is done through reading police reports. And last time I checked, Cops don't usually check for Sasquatch prints when doing a missing persons investigation.
    Paulides also goes on to state that it seems many times dry creek and or river beds with mostly rock bottoms are often times used as a means of escape for who ever is doing the abductions.


    I'm not stating the answer is easy, nor am I stating Sasquatch is 100% the culprit, but I lean towards Sasquatch doing this sort of thing.
    I think abductions occur for various reasons.
    There may be a right of passage type thing.
    Sasquatch rapes seem to take place.
    Sasquatch mothers who lose a child may abduct a human child to fill the void they are experiencing.
    And I think if faced with extremely tough times Sasquatch are capable of looking at humans as a food source.
    I also think Sasquatch act as emissary's of interdimensional/Space traveling UFO occupants and may abduct humans for those UFO occupants to what end we can only speculate.
    Those same UFO occupants may have underground bases that need DNA diversity and they may need humans to infuse into their gene pool occasionally.

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    Default Re: David Paulides' research: over 1600 inexplicable abductions in National Parks, wilderness, and urban areas

    Quote Posted by avid (here)
    I found this on a search, don' t know if it's relevant

    Has the water element involved also.
    Strangest noise, the kind of fast clicking gorgles sounds, sound like dracos killing - well sounds like the sounds i had been demonstrated (by a human), when they groan, they are upset but you may not die, when they kind of click, you will not live to know what happened and it will be fast.

    Another potential theories: dracos who have escaped (or not) their master/king/generals and are not under control anymore, or yet, are plainly feeding. That would explain the secrecy from FBI and all 3 letters agencies.

    I am truly sorry for this man who had to die this way, and all the others too, all over the world.

    Now I wonder why, if it were dracos, why they need granit rocks around? and water?

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    Default Re: David Paulides' research: over 1600 inexplicable abductions in National Parks, wilderness, and urban areas

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    I'm not stating the answer is easy, nor am I stating Sasquatch is 100% the culprit, but I lean towards Sasquatch doing this sort of thing.
    I think abductions occur for various reasons.
    Fair enough. I do agree that sasquatch could be responsible for some of the national parks disappearances, but for the majority overall, I think it's inter-dimensionals. Be it a sasquatch or inter-dimensionals (or both)....the reasons behind it, I'm afraid could be quite sinister (food source, DNA source, other other means). It would be interesting to know why some are put back and found later on, dead or alive.

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    Default Re: David Paulides' research: over 1600 inexplicable abductions in National Parks, wilderness, and urban areas

    Quote Posted by Flash (here)
    Another potential theories: dracos who have escaped (or not) their master/king/generals and are not under control anymore, or yet, are plainly feeding. That would explain the secrecy from FBI and all 3 letters agencies.
    As they say.....don't mention the Reptilians.

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    Default Re: David Paulides' research: over 1600 inexplicable abductions in National Parks, wilderness, and urban areas

    Quote Posted by Spellbound (here)
    Quote Posted by Flash (here)
    Another potential theories: dracos who have escaped (or not) their master/king/generals and are not under control anymore, or yet, are plainly feeding. That would explain the secrecy from FBI and all 3 letters agencies.
    As they say.....don't mention the Reptilians.

    Dave - Toronto
    and why not?

    the click sounds betray them

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    Default Re: David Paulides' research: over 1600 inexplicable abductions in National Parks, wilderness, and urban areas

    Paulides talks with George Noory about the Henry McCabe disappearance and subsequent voicemail here:



    And here is a more in-depth look at the case:




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    Default Re: David Paulides' research: over 1600 inexplicable abductions in National Parks, wilderness, and urban areas

    BrainScratch for the Elisa Lam case:



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    Default Re: David Paulides' research: over 1600 inexplicable abductions in National Parks, wilderness, and urban areas

    Apparently there is a movie in production based on the Elisa Lam case called The Bringing...set for release in 2018.

    http://www.aceshowbiz.com/movie/bringing_the/

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    Default Re: David Paulides' research: over 1600 inexplicable abductions in National Parks, wilderness, and urban areas

    Sorry for all the posts, but I have a huge fascination with this topic. Something IS going on here. In the final few minutes of the Paulides with George Noory clip I posted earlier, he goes on to say (again) that the FBI being involved and on site at many of these disappearances confirms that there is some sort of correlation here. Would be interesting to know what the gov't knows.

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    Default Re: David Paulides' research: over 1600 inexplicable abductions in National Parks, wilderness, and urban areas

    .
    This is Art Bell's one and only interview with Dave Paulides, in August 2015. It's especially recommended, primarily because of Art's impeccable, human and totally authentic style, combined with the fact that he'd deliberately not listened to any of his previous interviews, so knew little of the details of the subject.

    His genuine, real-time, on-air, astonishment and bafflement at what Paulides presents make for the highest quality interview of Paulides that I've yet heard.


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    Default Re: David Paulides' research: over 1600 inexplicable abductions in National Parks, wilderness, and urban areas

    Quote Posted by Spellbound (here)
    Sorry for all the posts, but I have a huge fascination with this topic. Something IS going on here. In the final few minutes of the Paulides with George Noory clip I posted earlier, he goes on to say (again) that the FBI being involved and on site at many of these disappearances confirms that there is some sort of correlation here. Would be interesting to know what the gov't knows.

    Dave - Toronto


    Don't apologize Dave. I love this topic too! One of my favorites. I'm big on high strangeness. Keep the posts comin brother

    I'm halfway thru Dave's interview with Art. And its sort of a case of you dont know what youre missing until youre reminded....that type of thing ( I forgot how good Art is relative to the comparatively slower, less sharp, bland, and thoughtlessly amiable george noory. Sorry george)

    What does everyone think of the staircase thing???
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    Default Re: David Paulides' research: over 1600 inexplicable abductions in National Parks, wilderness, and urban areas

    When I had an experience with a Sasquatch walking through the wall of my bedroom in or near 1995 I thought he was an ET for many years. I have written about this a couple of years ago on Avalon but don't know where the post is. For many years I thought he was an ET because when I had telepathic connection with him he was clearly an ET.

    Right when I saw him, as I was laying in bed reading at night, I got immediately angry. I said "what the EFF are you doing in my room?!!" He was around 7'-8' tall and hairy with no clothing, just lots of hair and REALLY big! LOL... I guess I'm lucky that instead of getting scared my first instinct is to get angry. He said (telepathically), while grumbling, "It's my job to watch you". Of course it was not in words but thought "bundles". I have had telepathic connections many times so I'm used to it.

    I again spoke to him in words, so I could yell (LOL), "Well, I don't want you watching me so get the EFF out of my room!". He grumbled and gruffly agreed, turned around and walked out the wall. I got up to see if he was still visible in the hallway but he wasn't.

    After reading this thread it seems like there could be many different kinds of Sasquatches/Bigfoot types and the one that entered my room in Southern Oregon was probably an ET as it's difficult to hide what you are or successfully lie via telepathy unless you are very disciplined and talented. It IS easier to deceive telepathically in the lower vibrational planes of existence, like 3d and the astral planes. But you have to have excellent control over your emotions and thoughts in order to deceive successfully or the being you're interacting with needs to be fairly insensitive/dull, or maybe just frightened. The guy who came into my room didn't seem very sophisticated or high in the pecking order. So he probably was assigned different jobs such as watching certain people.

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    Default Re: David Paulides' research: over 1600 inexplicable abductions in National Parks, wilderness, and urban areas

    Quote Posted by NancyV (here)
    When I had an experience with a Sasquatch walking through the wall of my bedroom in or near 1995 I thought he was an ET for many years. I have written about this a couple of years ago on Avalon but don't know where the post is. For many years I thought he was an ET because when I had telepathic connection with him he was clearly an ET.

    Right when I saw him, as I was laying in bed reading at night, I got immediately angry. I said "what the EFF are you doing in my room?!!" He was around 7'-8' tall and hairy with no clothing, just lots of hair and REALLY big! LOL... I guess I'm lucky that instead of getting scared my first instinct is to get angry. He said (telepathically), while grumbling, "It's my job to watch you". Of course it was not in words but thought "bundles". I have had telepathic connections many times so I'm used to it.

    I again spoke to him in words, so I could yell (LOL), "Well, I don't want you watching me so get the EFF out of my room!". He grumbled and gruffly agreed, turned around and walked out the wall. I got up to see if he was still visible in the hallway but he wasn't.

    After reading this thread it seems like there could be many different kinds of Sasquatches/Bigfoot types and the one that entered my room in Southern Oregon was probably an ET as it's difficult to hide what you are or successfully lie via telepathy unless you are very disciplined and talented. It IS easier to deceive telepathically in the lower vibrational planes of existence, like 3d and the astral planes. But you have to have excellent control over your emotions and thoughts in order to deceive successfully or the being you're interacting with needs to be fairly insensitive/dull, or maybe just frightened. The guy who came into my room didn't seem very sophisticated or high in the pecking order. So he probably was assigned different jobs such as watching certain people.

    Nancy, do you think it is possible that ETs could do a kind of 'walk-in' with the likes of Sasquatch, sort of push him to one side and co-habit the body for the purpose of exploration/contact? It would leave the being in a safe environment whilst allowing them direct(ish) experience. I know there are other accounts of people seeing Bigfoot in the vicinity of craft and one witness describing seeing a body fall from a craft into a lake and a few minutes later a Bigfoot swam out of the lake and just disappeared into the forest. There was also one account of a Bigfoot carrying an orb (glowing? not sure, possibly even the same event).
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    Default Re: David Paulides' research: over 1600 inexplicable abductions in National Parks, wilderness, and urban areas

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    Quote Posted by NancyV (here)
    When I had an experience with a Sasquatch walking through the wall of my bedroom in or near 1995 I thought he was an ET for many years. I have written about this a couple of years ago on Avalon but don't know where the post is. For many years I thought he was an ET because when I had telepathic connection with him he was clearly an ET.

    Right when I saw him, as I was laying in bed reading at night, I got immediately angry. I said "what the EFF are you doing in my room?!!" He was around 7'-8' tall and hairy with no clothing, just lots of hair and REALLY big! LOL... I guess I'm lucky that instead of getting scared my first instinct is to get angry. He said (telepathically), while grumbling, "It's my job to watch you". Of course it was not in words but thought "bundles". I have had telepathic connections many times so I'm used to it.

    I again spoke to him in words, so I could yell (LOL), "Well, I don't want you watching me so get the EFF out of my room!". He grumbled and gruffly agreed, turned around and walked out the wall. I got up to see if he was still visible in the hallway but he wasn't.

    After reading this thread it seems like there could be many different kinds of Sasquatches/Bigfoot types and the one that entered my room in Southern Oregon was probably an ET as it's difficult to hide what you are or successfully lie via telepathy unless you are very disciplined and talented. It IS easier to deceive telepathically in the lower vibrational planes of existence, like 3d and the astral planes. But you have to have excellent control over your emotions and thoughts in order to deceive successfully or the being you're interacting with needs to be fairly insensitive/dull, or maybe just frightened. The guy who came into my room didn't seem very sophisticated or high in the pecking order. So he probably was assigned different jobs such as watching certain people.

    Nancy, do you think it is possible that ETs could do a kind of 'walk-in' with the likes of Sasquatch, sort of push him to one side and co-habit the body for the purpose of exploration/contact? It would leave the being in a safe environment whilst allowing them direct(ish) experience. I know there are other accounts of people seeing Bigfoot in the vicinity of craft and one witness describing seeing a body fall from a craft into a lake and a few minutes later a Bigfoot swam out of the lake and just disappeared into the forest. There was also one account of a Bigfoot carrying an orb (glowing? not sure, possibly even the same event).
    Very interesting question! LOL... I never thought of that but I always believe that anything is possible so I guess that theory is a possibility. Perhaps they are able to be either remotely/mentally controlled or inhabited by another being/consciousness.
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    Default Re: David Paulides' research: over 1600 inexplicable abductions in National Parks, wilderness, and urban areas

    I really don't think the majority of these Missing 411 cases are Bigfoot / Sasquatch. Paulides has said several times that there is never any indication of footprints, nor has there been any indication by the victim of being abducted (no screaming heard)...as if they literally disappeared into thin air and not being dragged off into a forest. I can understand the theory of it being Sasquatch related due to the initial prognosis that this mainly happened in national parks with forests and mountains and such....so Bigfoot would be the go-to answer. Also, Paulides himself was initially a Bigfoot guy before getting into the 411 phenomenon. However, from looking at the evidence and realizing this happens anywhere (rural / urban) leads me to believe it is more than a big hairy hominid reaching out and grabbing people. That being said, I do believe in Sasquatch, I think he/she's very real. I just don't think that's what's going on here.

    My two cents...

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    David Paulides on Coast to Coast AM





    MAY 13: Missing 411 Movie Premiere in Denver, CO http://www.missing-411.com/upcoming-events/

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    Default Re: David Paulides' research: over 1600 inexplicable abductions in National Parks, wilderness, and urban areas

    In the case of Henry McCabe voicemail, the growl sounds like this one:
    (a youtube comment says it's a 4 stroke engine)

    Strange Growling Voicemail
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    Default Re: David Paulides' research: over 1600 inexplicable abductions in National Parks, wilderness, and urban areas

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    David Paulides on Coast to Coast AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VZEQt6lPkY
    A great interview, for sure, but for those readers who got excited (like me! ) about a new C2C show on this more-than-fascinating subject, this was uploaded by one of the many (OMG) fake Dave Paulides channels, and is a repeat of last year's 31 July, 2016 show.

    The last time Paulides was actually on Coast to Coast was 13 December, 2016.

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