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Bigfoot/the LM & Missing 411

Posted: Thu Apr 11, 2019 4:50 pm
by Djchrismac

The CanAm Missing Project

How 1,600 People Went Missing from Our Public Lands Without a Trace

An abnormal amount of missing intellectuals, very highly educated?

Here is the rest of the victim profile:
1 - People who go missing usually do so in National Parks, around large bodies of water, or near boulder fields.

2 - People from both ends of the intellectual spectrum go missing (e.g. people who have intellectual divergencies or disabilities go missing, as well as individuals who work careers as scientists, etc).

3 - People from both ends of the physical spectrum go missing (e.g. people who are physically disabled and cannot walk long distances, as well as individuals who live extremely active lives and are very fit).

4 - If the missing individual is found alive, they usually have memory loss about the entire event. Childrens sometimes tell weird stories about how they went missing. I recall one where a toddler went missing on a rather cold night and somehow survived; She claimed a wolf fed her berries from the palm of it's hand and that's how she survived.

5 - If the missing individual is found deceased, the cause of death is almost never determined. Often seeming as though they died without a cause at all. Medical examiners usually write that they died from, "exposure" if they do not have a better answer to give.

6 - The missing are found in areas that seem difficult - if not impossible - to reach by foot, or in the time that has lapsed. Such as a child being found 12 miles away in just a matter of a few hours. A common example is children as young as 2-3 going missing and being found in high elevations, such as mountains, 2,000ft in the air. Sometimes the children have their clothes on backwards or inside out, and their parents claim that they can't even dress themselves yet.

7 - The missing are found in an area that's been searched by Search and Rescue teams numerous times over a period of days (usually a week or longer). Sometimes they're even found on the trail that's used to access the area they're searching. Almost as if they're placed there intentionally in order to surely be found by SAR. Search and Rescue teams are meticulous about their searches.

8 - A lot of cases involve people who go missing for a week, but only died a day or two prior to being found, which begs the question of where they were during their time missing as well as what happened to them.

9 - The shoes tend to go missing, either just one or both. Many people are found in bizarre places at high altitudes or in tough terrain, and their socks or the soles of their feet don't have a spec of dirt or wear on them. This is true for children too.

10 - Search and Rescue dogs will be unable to pick up a scent, or if they are, they'll follow it a few feet and then begin acting bizarrely. They'll circle and then sit down. This is not common behavior for SAR canines.

11 - Investigators do not find any tracks nine times out of ten. If they do, they seem to stop inexplicably and lead nowhere, as if the person just vanished into thin air. Animal attacks are rules out by experts.

12 - Paulides will not investigate a case where an individual has a known history of mental illness. He usually won't investigate cases where there's a likelihood that this person left and disappeared by their own accord.
Along with all of the above, classic signs of LM abductions, 1:22 in the video is particularly interesting as it returns to Bigfoot having camouflage just like the Predator, a chameleon effect. The guys foot disappearing indicatees to me that he put a foot in the other realm and had a close escape!

Mind you, with the world the way it is just now perhaps they are being saved in preparation of what's to come? Looking at the profile of those going missing - children and intellectuals, saving the smart genes and having kids to train at Hogwarts?

The elderly or disabled is a very interesting one as I recently lost a family member with dementia and there are oddities with his case, water involved, missing clothing, no certain cause of death frin the autopsy, a spooked dog found miles away with collar and lead found in a burn a month or so later. A fairy glen is not too far away and unfortunately a good friend of mine also lost his younger brother at the same place just last week. I have my suspicions...

One thing is for sure with the National Park cases, the feds and those in charge know fine well what is going on and who's still around in the mountains.

I just hope daniel can get the next paper finished before he goes for a hike in the nearest national park. With his big brain and current illness he's sure to be a prime target for the Neanderthal's to take back home to Agartha!

Re: Bigfoot/the LM & Missing 411

Posted: Wed Apr 17, 2019 6:39 am
by Djchrismac
I went through every point in the Missing 411 profile and it turns out my suspicions were justified and my relative who went missing a few months ago fits the profile to a tee. I've been in touch with David Paulides and have some follow up work to do, more on that later.

In the meantime, going back to my comment about the Predator above, the following interview confirms to me that the Predator movie franchise was inspired by Bigfoot:

The paralells are uncanny!

Where Did The Road Go looks like a great channel with lots of good interview content so i'll be listening to more from it over the coming weeks and commenting more on any good ones.