Nat’l Parks coverup missing 411 persons

David Paulides discusses First Amendment issues and filming in National Parks. He goes on to present two cases of missing children. In one incident the child is found sleeping in a wolf den, in the last, the child explains a situation that baffles investigators and newsmen.

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By Canam Missing Project

CanAm Missing is a group of retired police officers, search and rescue experts (SAR) and other professionals that are dedicated to researching, on scene investigating and generally understanding the issues associated with people who go missing in the wilds of North America. This has typically been a project that is intensely worked by search and rescue teams starting when the victim is reported lost and usually continuing for the following 7-14 days, the case then flounders in a file cabinet. After years of reading thousands of SAR reports, speaking with dozens of victims, we believe the paradigm of this effort needs change.

Law enforcement and the media usually do not publicize concerns of kidnapping or abduction when the missing can be explained through traditional means. There are too many of these cases to ignore and there is a consistency to the stories.

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