I've seen him talk about some searches I've been on and what he described in no way resembled anything I saw or heard of during the search or in meetings we had afterwards to discuss it those are very common in situations where the victim isn't found immediately or where really anything unusual or inefficient happens. In fact, they're also known as "area search dogs" because you use them to clear specific areas. Stephen Bastasch- 5 Stars Taken at face value, as "just-so" stories, the incidents in this book are bone-chilling. The topic of this book, however, is sketchy, I love a good mystery as much as the next gal. Speaking fees and selling books.
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The two-year-old was pretty much dusted off and handed back to his parents. Many have no memory of what happened, or tell strange stories that make no logical sense.
How many people do you see day to day in regular life doing stupid or just plain irresponsible things? Terribly inaccurate, daviid I do agree with others that he's full of it.
Missing Western United States and Canada by David Paulides
For those of us who love true mysteries, there have never been a more captivating series of well written and thoroughly researched books. The website is clunky and amateurishly designed with stock "sciencey" photos He seems to think this davod very strange. I enjoyed listening to most of his interviews, but apparently his ideas and arguments are completely full of flaws.
As he says, more often that not, these rank and file people go above and beyond the call of duty to find these people who have gone missing under very unusual circumstances. I really don't expect people to take my word for it as an anonymous commenter.
Also, the vast majority of SAR incidents are handled by local sheriff's departments with no involvement from the NPS or other federal agencies this does include searches on federal land--the USFS and BLM don't really have much involvement in most searches on their land, for exampleso they'd also have to have a system in place for collecting data from all those countless local agencies. We generally discuss any statements we msising and are very careful about what we say in order to make sure we're accurately representing the team and the investigation.
I've seen him talk about some searches I've been on and what he described in no way resembled anything I saw or heard of during the search or in meetings we had afterwards to discuss it those are paulifes common in situations where the victim isn't found dacid or where really anything unusual or inefficient happens.
What makes these books so interesting and thought provoking is that many of the extremely strange circumstances surrounding these disappearances occur in every case David PauIides writes about from Maine to California and beyond! It is true apulides we usually call searches after days, but it's a matter of resources.
That's called being in the mountains. He just dismisses inconvenient facts. I will bet that anyone would have trouble getting back to civilization without getting injured. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Davld. What is Paulides' motive?
Missing 411: Western United States and Canada
He acts like he's too good to be associated with his own thoughts. Paulides makes it sound like disappearances are so strange and weird when they happen but the fact is is that they happen all the time, otherwise his books wouldn't exist. Don't read while camping. Jun 27, Ana rated it it was ok Shelves: So again, how unusual is this really? You can duplicate it. How many true predators of humans are there in the wilds of North America?
But we didn't even daviv tracking dogs on that search.
David Paulides - Wikipedia
Speaking fees and selling books. People from Los Gatos, California University of San Francisco alumni Living people American male non-fiction writers 21st-century American non-fiction writers American municipal police officers Conspiracy theorists.
You help to fund his research if you purchase from his site. Another reviewer here claims it was just a mountain lion or other wildlife killing the small children in the cases covered.
Sometimes humans do terrible, violent things to other humans. He bases his information primarily on newspaper reporting and secondhand information from family, and neither tend to be particularly accurate just because they don't understand the nuance.
I believe what he is vocally saying is that there is a very large number of people going missing and it mossing being covered up because savid don't want to loose revenue from tourism to these parks. Who or what are they protecting?