I'm new to /x/ but I've been looking up on these Missing Persons 411 stories. What does /x/ think about these?
Do you want to know what we think it is,
Or Do you want to know what we think about the fact that the Parks services don't keep even a hand written record of the missing persons at every park.
The question isn't where these people have gone, but what does that park service have to hide?
Always look for incompetence over malice when given a choice.
It's so easy for you to get lost or hurt yourself, and die, and it's so easy for you to be overlooked by searchers if they aren't 100 percent on their game, and even then you can still miss shit right next to you depending on how thick it is.
They don't want to be sued and lose tourism bux.
>my local park was recently given National Park status
>I often relax in secluded areas there by myself
>tfw the potential for disappearing has me more spooked than the fact that part of that river was a suicide hotspot
Could be just the kids getting lost in some circumstances. Other than that I've heard theories ranging from the kids being sucked into a different reality or dimension to being kidnapped by dogmen.
We just don't really know, but there's plenty of speculation.
It's not always in National Parks, just in the general area of the parks and areas of fairly large forests/mountains.
There's certainly no single cause behind the weird cases, and I think his work could use refining to further segment weird cases.
Break them down into categories: bizarre abductions, deliberately covered up murders, and straight up people dropping off the face of the earth.
A handful of cases need further investigation or to just be dropped because 'person went missing, never found' is just not enough usable info.
The Crow tribe guy who disappeared while hunting and his partial remains being undeniably placed back where he was last seen is intriguing but overlooked when it comes to interviews. The FBI had to be threatened with a lawsuit just to get the guy's bones returned for burial.