They are denying and failing to properly acknowledge the fact that there is something truly strange and disturbing happening which is mysterious on its own. You would think that given how often this type of thing occurs, there would be some type of public disclosure and awareness campaign. Paulides’ interest in this topic actually came from conversations he had with off-duty park rangers. That’s how he found out that there was a plethora of disappearances in National parks without any sort of explanation. In the film, he also hints to the fact that the National Parks Service doesn’t put in enough effort with regards to investigating this type of thing. Let’s be clear, it’s not just disappearances without a trace happening, but rather some have occurred under very weird circumstances. In the film, you see examples of park rangers showing Paulides things recurring discoveries of neatly placed clothes of those who went missing – in areas that had already been searched. “The ranger described to me, if you were standing straight up and you just had your pants on and you melted directly into your pants... that’s what it looked like to him.
The pants were laying on the ground in a very neat pile,” Paulides said. Paulides has investigated cases not only involving adults, but also many young children vanishing instantaneously from their guardians’ sides in a short period of time, which makes them seem undeniably paranormal. One of the places I’ve investigated myself where people have also had strange experiences regarding missing persons is a place called Brown Mountain, North Carolina.
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