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Case in point, Paulides looks at textbook descriptions of hypothermia at least ten times, only to come to the conclusion that the cases are incomprehensible. So where Paulides notices a geographic cluster of three disappearances of toddlers twenty years apart that happened to all take place in June, he paulldes a pattern.

Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Help us improve our Author Pages by updating your bibliography and submitting a new or current image and biography. Apparently he has 20 laulides of experience in law enforcement but doesn’t understand that a person in advanced stages of hypothermia will strip off layers of clothing and otherwise act in ways that are irrational to their situation. These missing people cases defy explanation, at least paulodes a conventional way.

Taken at face value, as “just-so” stories, the incidents in this book are bone-chilling. What is so secretive about these missing people in North America’s parks that these cases need to be classified? If you have ever seen a forest, you realize how easy it is to get lost. You must read these books to fully understand this ongoing mystery! Thanks for the hard work compiling this.


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I couldn’t put down these books. Undoubtedly some of these cases, dagid deaths and disappearances, must be foul play, abductions. It should be objective. That’s not a question aimed at Paulides; I just realized that I don’t actually know. Is it one big criminal conpspiracy stretched out over decades?

Then they are found miles away? And yet, apparently, he doesn’t know how hypothermia works. The misskng knew Paulides’ background and requested for him to research the issue. This problem isn’t helped by the fact that for many of cases, we know next to nothing about the circumstances of the disappearance. While his sentiments may be justified, the reader doesn’t need to hear about it in every chapter.

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You must arm yourself with this knowledge and add your voice to the call for transparency from the National Park service! What is happening to these people? An extensive wilderness search for a missing person that yields no results is mysterious — and nothing more. Jan 05, Taddow rated it really liked it. Dave Paulides isn’t very objective.

Fact is, we don’t know why these people acted as they did or why they disappeared. Tribal Bigfoot May 25, We also read a case involving a bear, cases of missing persons having taken tremendous falls, cases of folks found dead due to exposure, and even some just plain missing and to this day have not yet been recovered.


Paulides does say that this is because some of the cases have similar characteristics but he could have left them in their respective chapters and then summarized at the end. The search for real world case studies led me to David’s books.

Call it Sasquatch or call it evil, there is something out there that is having its way with us and killing us. I just don’t believe it. Something strange is definitely afoot. High to Low Avg.

What was creepy about the book was not so much the stories about people who disappeared forever — after all, I read and write about missing people every day — but about people, mostly children, who disappeared and then were found in places where they should not, could not, be.

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I cannot believe how many people have disappeared and were never found. Aug 29, Lysistrata rated it it was ok Shelves: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Missing Off the Grid Sep 16, I never realized how many people went missing in the national parks.