January 30, 2015

Hundreds of People vanishing in National Parks and Forests across the World! What is going on?

The mystery of hundreds of people vanishing in national parks and forests is possible linked to a strange and highly unusual predator that is living in the woods and forests all across the world and is able to overpower someone in an instant.

People disappear in the Carpathian Mountains of Romania, Mount Kailash in Tibet, the Markawasi Stone Forest of Peru and in national parks and forests in U.S.A.

While paranormal researcher Stephen Young described Markawasi as a dimensional portal and suggested the strange energy visitors have described feeling there is possibly caused by a confluence of ley lines or the piezoelectric properties of granite, Glenn Canady from BeforeItNews reported that David Paulidis, a former cop began investigating a story about the hundreds that vanished from National Parks and forests in U.S.A. David did began doing freedom of information requests. What he got back was shocking! He was told by the National Parks that they didn’t keep that information! Later when pressed they told him that they could provide him a list of all the missing people but it would cost $1.4 million!

David began making his own list and discovered there were over 30 cluster sites where most of these vanishings were happening. He noticed that the people that vanish often do so right under the noses of others in the area. The missing also shed their clothes right away and they are folded neatly. One of the Park Rangers said it was like you were standing straight up and you melted away, that’s what it looked like!

Other unexplained cases of missing people involving inexplicably missing crews. Writer Roy Bainton recounted the tale of British ship Mary Celeste, found abandoned and derelict in seaworthy condition heading toward the Strait of Gibraltar and the mystery of the Ourang Medan ghost ship.

The video below: David Paulidis on his investigation about the hundreds of people that vanished from National Parks and forests in U.S.A.

 


 

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