I spent 8 years on the job and have investigated numerous strange cases. THE U. Read some of Mr. Paulides other books to get an idea of what may be happening to some of the missing people.
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Missing Western Version Missing is the first comprehensive book about people who have disappeared in the wilds of North America. Nobody has ever studied the archives for similarities, traits and geographical clusters of missing people, until now.
The book chronicles children, adults and the elderly who disappeared, sometimes in the presence of friends and relatives. As Search and Rescue personnel exhaust leads and places to search, relatives start to believe kidnappings and abductions have occurred.
The belief by the relatives is not an isolated occurrence; it replicates itself time after time, case after case across North America. The research depicts 28 clusters of missing people across the continent, something that has never been exposed and was a shocking find to researchers. Topography does play a part into the age of the victims and certain clusters have specific age and sex consistency that is baffling. The manuscript for the research was extremely large so the story was split between two books, Missing Western United States and Canada and Missing Eastern United States.
The Eastern version will be released in late March and will include a list of all missing people in each edition and a concluding chapter that draws both books together for conclusions. Chances are, they will find a way to trivialize or ignore the disturbing evidence accumulated by David Paulides, a former lawman turned investigative journalist.
The paper trail uncovered by Paulides through sheer doggedness is impressive, the evidence indisputable. People are vanishing without a trace from our national parks and forests, yet government agencies are saying nothing.
At a minimum, this story deserves space on the front page of every newspaper in the country, and it warrants a formal high level inquiry by the federal agencies whose files leave little doubt that something very strange is unfolding in our wilderness.
Dave, Your new book is an amazing work of research. Research is an art form and what you have created is a work of clarity and beauty. There is a simplicity to it that shines and is impossible to ignore. Reading it was a very emotional ride. There is the feeling of betrayal from the national park service.
For years people have been disappearing and dying in our park system and park authorities remain silent and dismissive acting as if each case is a singular occurrence. I can not imagine what it is like to be holding the uncertainty of a family member who never returns home and wondering about the elusive unknown that is out there lurking in our parks and forests. It is THE most disturbing true book I have ever read. Having said that, it is also the most necessary book for everyone to read.
While all the deaths are tragic, the children are especially heartbreaking. And to think that the National Park Service and the FBI are almost assuredly complicit in these deaths with their continued cover up.
Very sobering. I hope many, many people will come across this book and read it. Sad but true!
Bigfoot or Sasquatch[ edit ] Main article: Bigfoot In his pursuit of Bigfoot , Paulides self-published two Bigfoot-related books  and created the research group  called "North America Bigfoot Search"  for which he serves as director. We orchestrated the search that led to picking Dr. Ketchum to conduct a study of bigfoot DNA. According to Paulides, his work on this subject began when he was doing research in a national park and an off-duty park ranger found him and expressed concern about the questionable nature of some of the missing person cases which occurred in the parks.
Missing Western Version Missing is the first comprehensive book about people who have disappeared in the wilds of North America. Nobody has ever studied the archives for similarities, traits and geographical clusters of missing people, until now. The book chronicles children, adults and the elderly who disappeared, sometimes in the presence of friends and relatives. As Search and Rescue personnel exhaust leads and places to search, relatives start to believe kidnappings and abductions have occurred.