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100s Of Missing People In US National Parks
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RE: 100s Of Missing People In US National Parks
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RE: 100s Of Missing People In US National Parks
Enaid  Wrote: (04-11-2012 11:19 PM)
Coast to Coast  Wrote: (04-11-2012 10:31 PM)
BJ  Wrote: (04-11-2012 10:03 PM)
I heard the interview on C2C. Scary stuff. I'm with the poster who said aliens with permission of the Government. A few years ago, I read that they have a quota of 1500 people they can capture. From the description of some, it could be some kind of hybrid animal, although an intelligent one. The cases are just simply bizarre.

To those of you who didn't hear the show, it would be a good idea to listen to the link provided. It isn't safe to go camping out in the National Parks, nor would I think to go to any wooded area near water, where many of the bodies were found, unless in a group that stays together...like all the time. Safety in numbers, and armed.

Interview

http://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2012/03/25

Well f*#k!
Wow! When did that happen, didn't you used to listen free? Don't you just have to register? Been years since I got on there.
It needed membership info.
Is it worth it to sign up there?
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RE: 100s Of Missing People In US National Parks
Sorry Diane  Wrote: (04-12-2012 02:52 AM)
Enaid  Wrote: (04-11-2012 11:19 PM)
Coast to Coast  Wrote: (04-11-2012 10:31 PM)
Interview

http://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2012/03/25

Well F..k!
Wow! When did that happen, didn't you used to listen free? Don't you just have to register? Been years since I got on there.
It needed membership info.
Is it worth it to sign up there?

A repeat:

Before you do that, scout around the website first:
http://www.coasttocoastam.com/

You may or may not find it worthwhile to pay about $7/mo. for the privilege of being able to access audios and videos, etc. I don't. Catching Coast on the radio is just fine, and free!
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Post: #49
RE: 100s Of Missing People In US National Parks
I listened to the Ground Zero radio interview with Paulides ... and holy cow, it actually frightened me. Those stories sent chills down my spine.

If you want a good scare, listen to any of the Paulides' interviews listed in the thread. And all this stuff is in a book he wrote. Plus, he's got one coming out for the eastern part of the USA (his current book is based on western part of USA).
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FAKED DEATHS = NO MORE LEGAL PROBLEMS!

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Post: #51
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FreedomStands  Wrote: (04-12-2012 03:24 AM)
FAKED DEATHS = NO MORE LEGAL PROBLEMS!

Except that none of the missing had legal problems.
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I heard just about every story this guy told on the c2c interview
Talked about and the most creepy part is how they say the find some of these people or there clothes miles away in rugged terrain were only helicopters can go and search to drop people off because it is virtually impossible to reach there on foot. This leads to the scary question of how these people or there items are being found in these areas.
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It would probably be safe to assume that the missing children are overwhelmingly of white European heritage and genetics.
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Post: #54
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Sunny  Wrote: (03-04-2012 01:45 AM)
I camp and trail hike a lot. And I get LOST a LOT!

Mostly State Parks. The problem I always have is it doesn't seem that anyone uses the trail systems anymore. Everyone is always shut up in their motorhomes.

The park systems are less funded and they don't keep the trails up since no one is using them. So the trails get smaller and smaller until you realize your on some kind of animal trail.
Straight from the tv show "I shouldn't have survived" (or very similar title?)-you BS artist.
I watched that exact episode last week-a couple getting lost in the Amazon
- YOU SUCK!
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BJ  Wrote: (04-12-2012 03:00 AM)
Sorry Diane  Wrote: (04-12-2012 02:52 AM)
Enaid  Wrote: (04-11-2012 11:19 PM)
Well F..k!
Wow! When did that happen, didn't you used to listen free? Don't you just have to register? Been years since I got on there.
It needed membership info.
Is it worth it to sign up there?

A repeat:

Before you do that, scout around the website first:
http://www.coasttocoastam.com/

You may or may not find it worthwhile to pay about $7/mo. for the privilege of being able to access audios and videos, etc. I don't. Catching Coast on the radio is just fine, and free!

The shows are made available on usenet within hours of their airing in a high quality format. Whoever is doing it must be a member because they contain no ads. Usenet access can be acquired on a pay-as-you-go plan, or a no-limit account for $9 a month. A far better way to burn money. The groups featuring the broadcasts are:

a.b.sounds.radio.misc
a.b.sounds.radio.coasttocoast.am

As an aside, anyone recall when Bell used to have all his broadcasts on his site free to download? I used to listen to the "alien burrito" one at work and it never failed to cheer me up, boss even came back there once to see why I was laughing so hard.
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Wonder if most of the victims are gentiles?
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hmmm I wonder how many lost hikers I am going to have to find this summer? I will working in a National Park this summer on the trail crew.
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Post: #58
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I'm going to hazard a guess and say most could be suicides.....

Ever heard of Japans suicide forest?

Behind every great fortune, there is a crime ~ Balzac
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-11-2012 08:16 PM)
This sort of thing makes a good case for the requirement that everyone entering these parks be equipped with some kind of good tracking device.
Cell phones may be helpful, but a tracking device that is somehow secured to their body is better.
Jptdknpa

you don't get out of the house much do ya?

Every national park I have been to has been crowded as hell. National forest is a much better place to get lost.
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Zardoz  Wrote: (04-11-2012 07:35 PM)
Bump
http://www.groundzeromedia.org/gzpod/?p=...040512.mp3

Here's a free mp3 download of a recent interview 4-6-2012
Clyde Lewis talks about the recent tornadoes, their peculiarities, and guest David Paulides talks about a chilling series of disappearances in our national forests and beyond...complete with call in stories from listeners!

Thanks for the link!
Clive Lewis is out of Portland, OR near me.
Giving C2C a run for its money! chuckle
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