Missing 411 Series: North America & Beyond
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By: Paulides, David
Binding: Trade Paper
Size: 8.5" X 5.5"
Publication Date: 28 Feb 2013
This is the third “Missing 411” book researching facts of people who have vanished in remote locations of the world. “Missing 411-North America and Beyond” is the first edition that discusses missing people and relevant facts from five countries (Australia, England, France, Iceland, and Indonesia) outside of North America and examines the parallels between the cases. The book also includes a multitude of new stories from the United States and Canada. There is a continuing trend of clusters of missing people in the United States National Parks.
The National Park Service has continued with their policy of failing to keep ledgers, track or otherwise document lists of missing people inside their parks and monuments. This edition has cases from Florida, Texas, Hawaii and forty other states. There are new clusters of missing people from Sequoia and Mount Rainier National Park, Three Sisters Wilderness (OR) and Adirondacks (NY). Canada has missing cases from six provinces that are included.
This new book brings further clarity to the missing person issue by examining multiple disappearances of people in small-confined areas and exposing the similarities of their case. David Paulides also exposes a series of coed disappearances that date back to the early 1900s, which have facts matching other 411 cases. “Missing 411-North America and Beyond” is the largest and most comprehensive of the trilogy, 472 pages. The Missing 411 series builds upon itself.
It is recommended that you read “Missing 411-Western United States” first, then the eastern version and then “North America and Beyond.” There is a historical aspect to this issue and there are common elements that run through the disappearances.
"Major news organizations do a deplorable job of covering stories and issues which are deemed too unusual or too far outside the box. Chances are, they will find a way to trivialize or ignore the disturbing evidence accumulated by David Paulides, a former lawman turned investigative journalist. The paper trail uncovered by Paulides through sheer doggedness is impressive, the evidence indisputable.People are vanishing without a trace from our national parks and forests, yet government agencies are saying nothing. At a minimum, this story deserves space on the front page of every newspaper in the country, and it warrants a formal high level inquiry by the federal agencies whose files leave little doubt that something very strange is unfolding in our wilderness." -- George Knapp, Host, Coast to Coast AM
"David Paulides has shined a light onto one of the greatest and most disturbing mysteries of our time: the simple and awful fact that people disappear, especially in our national parks, and little effort is made to find them, let alone inform the public about the danger. Even when massive searches are mounted, and people are found, the events surrounding their loss and recovery are often far beyond logical explanation. This is the most comprehensive and expertly presented series of books on the subject ever written, and the latest volume, which includes stories from five countries, is sobering, chilling and far too well researched to ignore. Essential reading. " -- Whitley Strieber New York Times Best Selling Author
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