Missing people that the parks don't want you to know about
David Paulides presented some of the most mysterious cases he's encountered, and spoke of some missing people who are never seen again remember. Paulides, a former lawman turned investigative journalist and Bigfoot researcher to discuss more missing person cases from national parks and forests that government agencies seem to be less than interested in seriously investigating.
At this point, David looked at some 600-650 disappearances from national parks and open spaces in North America, and found around 34 clusters, which involve three or more people missing in geographical proximity to each other. The cases often involve children, who sometimes disappear along with a dog-- many times if they are found alive, they can't speak or recall what happened to them.. . .