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Download as PDF Printable version. Add links. Dennis Lloyd Martin June 20, Your geography is horseshit too! Hey, I just heard a drunk on the corner say that Missing guy is full of shit!
He can be your next source! NOT 3 You don't have the balls to take up my challenge in regards to contact my contact with the information I gave you.
Provide proof? You keep posting that Being that you are such a believer in bullshit like you are All of the other idiots like you cling to no matter what George Noory says.
I'm sure the next time your candy daddy Dave is on the show Don't be surprised "wanna-be David Paulides" if they go to commercial break.
Wisconsin, Minnesota He can't handle it now that the tables have been turned and he's getting called out on being such a follower. It's no challenge to get him worked up, which is the sign of a low IQ.
Between you and I- I don't even read his rambling, nonsensical, grammatically challenged responses. Ain't nobody got time for that!
But the fact that he thinks what he says matters Wanna be bad ass. Is that it? Kind of big bad ass you are!
Another retard who can't back up anything on the "mysteries of ". Ok ellendick Ready I know everything? Why did the National Association of Search and Rescue refuse David Paulides to speak at any and all future conferences or conventions starting in ?
Can you show me proof the Green Berets were and armed to the teeth and refused to speak to reporters as David Paulides claimed on many occasions whenever asked about them searching for Dennis Martin?
Show me what evidence that you have that "wild men" were in the park that day. Here's another one for you big mouth Can you tell me why the Green Berets were really called in?
Ask Dave Paulides He'll tell you He knows. How about you? How about the white car at the park that day. How about this one As a matter of fact According to Americans and they're great for saying this line Why Davie boy hasn't even sought help from another American group called the Center for exploited and missing children.
How about another interesting group Yeah, notice how he has never spoke at any of there conventions or met with any representative of that organization on the "mysteries and threats" of what lurks in the forests of the U.
So, ellendick I'd love to see the answers you give. I'm expecting some excuse just to cover up the walking fuck up you are.
There's no "n" in my name, dipshit. Even something as simple as a name is too difficult for you to get right, yet you think we should take any of your opinions seriously.
This doucheplug has the audacity to claim you're such a big Paulides follower, yet he's so far up Bouchard's ass that he can't even see the truth.
I'd use big words like irony and hypocrite but this illiterate troll isn't smart enough to understand any single coherent point that's been made, by anyone, and several have tried to get through to him.
As I've told others, it's not worth your time. Just ignore and move on. He's pathetic and just plain sad. Imagine how he treats people in real life!
I think it is kind of fun to call him out on his bullshit. And I did use "hypocrite" in a response above. I told him to look it up :.
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Missing join leave , readers 97 users here now Hello I'm Hyperactivelime the creator of this subreddit. Examples of good and bad post titles Links Petition to improve record keeping of missing people in the US Why a petition is needed Where would NPS come up with the money to create a searchable public database Where to buy the books Which book to start with Missing documentary trailer Safety tips Contact David Paulides List of U.
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Want to add to the discussion? Post a comment! Create an account. See how dumb that is? He's a troll that needs be banned.
Block and report this pathetic tool. Try not to pound your keyboard through your desk :. Glad to know you! Thank you for your response.
Thanks for the input. I'm starting to see why others are claiming you're just a troll. Who needs serious mental help. Blocked and reported. Couldn't do it huh?
I'm already bored, it's too easy! A lot of conspiracy theories have evolved around that statement…because obviously, a Sasquatch kidnapped Dennis and then the government covered it up.
With that being said, there was no further evidence to suggest that Dennis had been abducted and removed from the park. It looks like a long way for a child as young as Dennis, but if you remember the day before he and his family had hiked around 10 miles.
Sadly, from the time that the man found the remains several years had passed, giving animals and weather time to disperse whatever was there.
Law enforcement believes that Dennis wandered off and eventually passed in the woods. I just chose it because I knew it has pretty decent excerpts available to read.
Thank you, I was really curious about this because I go camping and kayaking. These "excursions" can last a week or more and we often are in complete wilderness with no phone service.
We bring maps and whatnot, but have twice almost had major incidents. I've often wondered how we might react and how we might best help those searching for us if we did run into trouble.
We tend to leave detailed information with family. In that case, really, the best advice is to simply minimize your travel as soon as you realize you can't self-rescue.
In some cases you may have to move a little to get close to a water source or something, but the more you move, the harder it generally is for rescuers to find you.
You're already doing one of the most important steps by leaving a detailed plan with family. Then just find a safe spot to camp and do what you can to signal that you need help build a smoky fire and keep it going at all times, make a big X out of paper or bright-colored clothing in a clear area, use your signal mirror in your free time, and if people get near use your whistle.
Also, I really strongly recommend investing in a personal locator beacon if you even semi-regularly go on long backcountry excursions.
They're not totally foolproof, especially if you just go with a basic consumer model like the Spot, but they go a long way.
They typically only fail due to terrain features canyons, heavy foliage that block the GPS signals, but if you're just lost and not injured it should be pretty easy to find a spot with enough reception.
You can also sometimes find a place to rent them if you don't go out often enough to want to buy one, but the basic models are really pretty affordable.
I mean, you've got to carry appropriate gear and all, but you can survive a long time on little to no food if you've got the basics with you.
Unless there's an immediate threat to your safety, as long as someone will eventually send up a distress signal and has a general idea of where you'll be, your best bet is almost always to stay put.
I think this is the most likely case. I used to wander around off trail in this area hunting for ramps and mushrooms and it occurred to me one day just how easy it would be to get turned around, especially if something caught your eye and you weren't paying attention to what direction you were going.
A few times my friends and I would want to go back and find spots we'd found on previous trips and sometimes we just couldn't find them again even though we were "sure" we knew exactly where they were.
After reading this sub I'm retroactively horrified, because I realize how easy it would have been for us to get lost out there and die.
It is so easy in the wilderness to step off a trail and be completely turned around. Add this to the fact that he was a small boy, easily hidden by grass and brush.
A child may hide from searchers who are essentially strangers; a child may burrow in a pile of leaves to get warm. Then, when the child perishes, the body is never found.
It is so tragic and sad. I think the "enormous scream" was probably a wild animal as well. Once when I was a teenager I heard a blood curtling scream from a woman just outside our window on our farm in rural Florida in the middle of the night.
I thought for sure a woman was being murdered. After a long search it was concluded that it was the "scream" of a bobcat. I'm not sure about the wildlife in the area they were, but for someone not particularly familiar with all the sights and noises of the wilderness, your brain will likely try to interpret any noises or sights you see based on what it knows.
An animal noise becomes a human screaming and a silhouette becomes an unkempt man. At my parents' place in Idaho, it's very remote and wild.
They have a very nice place, but they live sort of sequestered on a mountain, with very few neighbors. At night you can hear all sorts of creepy noises, which are usually just animals sniffing around for food near the back porch.
But there have been bears, and, as you said, wild cats and even foxes sound very much like human screams. Your imagination can really go wild when you become hyper aware of the wildness that surrounds you.
I got so used to it when I lived in a rural cabin, I used to call the coyotes "the schoolchildren being murdered in the woods.
Also a child could quickly get freaked out and take off running. Letting a child under 10 years old alone out of site in the forest is dangerous.
It's amazing how fast an adult, even a group of adults can get lost in that environment. I'm sure his siblings have spent years beating themselves up over it sadly.
Seems like he probably could have been found, but the heavy rain was his death sentence. Also, while I know 9 miles is a bit beyond reason, I don't see why 3.
I know it's not 3. When I was a kid I went hiking with my parents. This was on the Oregon coast, and it was a proper hiking trail, so you'd think everything would be fine.
I ran ahead because the trail was marked and I was too old to be stuck walking with my parents. Then I got to what looked like the end of the trail, and I was so confused because I figured we'd eventually end up back where we started.
Suddenly there was this big empty field, so I started wandering around looking for the trail. I was lost for hours. I finally found a trail marker with a note on it that was from my dad, and it said to stay put.
I did, and my dad found me when it was just starting to get dark. General Articles A selection of our articles on relevant topics.
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