Missing The Hunted. (78)IMDb 7,21 Std. 37 Min Hunters have disappeared from wildlands without a trace for hundreds of years. David Paulides. Verschwundene Menschen 1: Die unheimlichsten Missing Fälle (Audio Download): bistrotchezmaurice.com: Leonard Löwe, Leonard Löwe, GD Publishing: Audible. Jul 15, - Explore Gloria Sandoval's board "Missing ", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about miss, road trip to colorado, top
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Upon filing a Freedom of Information request to access the original Arras case file he was denied and contacted directly by a Special Agent from the National Park.
This man told Paulides in no uncertain terms that they would not release the file. However, he provided no explanation for what was, by all accounts, a perfectly normal request.
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Unfortunately, there is no centralized database for missing people, and many parks do not even document disappearances specifically in their own parks.
Instead, it goes into the National Missing Persons Registry, at least in the U. This protocol has its drawbacks because the nature of disappearances in the wilderness tend to be quite different than those of urban centers, where cars and other forms of transportation mean that an abductee can be hundreds of miles away within a few hours.
National parks, however, do not allow for this, especially when factoring in potential challenges to the victim, such as age, experience in the outdoors, and lack of equipment, clothing, or supplies for an extended duration in the elements.
Also, the geography of these areas is mountainous or just difficult terrain. A runner and former Marine knew the Red Rock Canyon Calico Basin area well when he went missing in late January.
He had a history of spending time outdoors, especially in the area. Thus, when he let friends know where he was going, no one was concerned.
However, this, unfortunately, proved to be the last time anyone saw him again. Search and rescue teams found Kirk months later after an extensive search in a spot surrounded by established trails.
He was less than two hundred meters from a popular route called Turtlehead Peak. Authorities justified the delay in the discovery of his remains as an optical anomaly.
They explained that the body blended in with the pigment of the soil and rock formations. What makes this recent case especially strange is the way searchers covered the area multiple times before they found the body.
The lack of definitive cause of death and the general absence of communication with the family from law enforcement was also strange.
David Paulides also noticed this recurring motif of bodies turning up in areas that rescuers had already combed thoroughly and near frequented spots.
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Interestingly, UFO sightings often correlate with these hotspots, sometimes even around the same time that someone has gone missing.
Theorists also propose that a serial killer or occult sect that hunts humans may be on the prowl. Some speculate this may be part of some dark satanic ritual.
An absolute well executed and amazing documentary! As a fan and reader of the books the first documentary was OK, it give viewers unfamiliar with the books a good idea of the phenomenon, however it jumped around far too much.
This documentary however is everything I wish the first movie documentary was!! I believe Paulides allowed his son to take on a major part in the production of the 1st movie understandable he'd want to help his son move his career forward but he wasn't experienced enough nor possess the expertise or skills to carry a documentary that's grown to the magnitude of these story's and satisfy the interest of the followers of this phenomenon.
Well done Mr Paulides, I hope you continue making documentaries of this quality pertaining to this issue. It really brought these stories to life.
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Plot Summary. Plot Keywords. Parents Guide. External Sites. User Reviews. User Ratings. External Reviews. Following his work on Bigfoot, Paulides' next project was Missing , a series of self-published books and two documentary films, documenting unsolved cases of people who have gone missing in national parks and elsewhere.
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.
The ranger knew Paulides' background and asked him to research the issue. As of [update] , Paulides has written nine books on this topic.
According to A Sobering Coincidence , he does not yet have a theory on what is causing the disappearances, although he indicates that the "field of suspects is narrowing.
The interest in the book series prompted the creation of a documentary film based on the Missing books; this film was released in Kyle Polich, a data scientist and host of the Data Skeptic podcast ,  documented his analysis of Paulides' claims in the article "Missing"  and presented his analysis to a SkeptiCamp held in by the Monterey County Skeptics.
After analyzing the missing person data, Polich concluded that these cases are not "outside the frequency that one would expect, or that there is anything unexplainable that I was able to identify.
In the article, Susan Gerbic reported "Paulides For example, two women missing in different years both had names starting with an 'A' with three-letters, Amy and Ann.
After careful review, to me, not a single case stands out nor do the frequencies involved seem outside of expectations. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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