Missing 411: Hundreds of Strange Disappearances in our National Parks (2022)

January 15, 2018August 1, 2020Ash Samba Cupric

Each year hundreds of people go missing in United State Parks and National Forests. Most investigations are eventually solved through reasonable causes: foul play, drowning, suicide or an animal attack. Others aren’t quite so easy to dismiss. Many of them are not merely perplexing but outright disturbing. The Missing 411 books take a deeper look into these specific situations which seem to defy all logic.

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Author of the series, David Paulides, is a private investigator who served as a Los Angeles police officer for over twenty years. One day he stumbled upon some shocking information from a park ranger. They informed Paulides about a series of bizarre missing persons cases happening within the National Parks. According to this source, these individuals go missing under very unusual circumstances. Law enforcement officials and park service management were doing everything in their power to keep these events concealed from the general public.

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When Paulides attempted to obtain a list of missing people in Yosemite National Park he hit the first of many roadblocks. He was told that there is no such document because the Department of Interior does not keep any record of missing people within their park systems. To obtain this information would cost him $34,000. A list missing persons for the entire United States park systems was a staggering $1.4 million. Paulides did not oblige and instead filed hundreds of Freedom Information Acts. Some were accepted while others were denied for unknown reasons.

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As the investigation progressed, the more mysterious it became. One of the first things that was discovered were the presence of “clusters” throughout the country. These locations are hotspots where individuals disappear at surprisingly high numbers. Concentrated areas are present in many states including California, Colorado, Washington, Georgia, Michigan and Arkansas. Fifty-two clearly defined geographic regions have been identified.

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After meticulously researching thousands of cases, odd similarities and patterns emerged. Certain baffling parallels were seen repeatedly despite the incidents transpiring thousands of miles from each other. Some of the common links are difficult to rationalize and not easily dismissed. These perplexing characteristics leave far more questions than answers.

  • Search dogs behave strangely. Oftentimes these canines cannot pick up a scent, or simply don’t want to. In other instances they begin tracking only to lay down and stop searching as if the person had vanished into thin air. Cadaver dogs are unable to locate a corpse.
  • The body is found in an area that has searched before. In many instances the missing appears in a location that has been thoroughly searched dozens, if not hundreds, of times. It is not uncommon for the deceased to surface on a main trail that is utilized by hikers on a daily basis.
  • Travel uphill instead of downhill. The missing is often found at high levels of elevation, such as mountain peaks. Frequently the victim will travel an astounding amount of miles through treacherous terrain in a time period which seems humanly impossible.
  • Weather-related phenomenon. Shortly after the individual goes missing, the forecast takes a drastic turn. Torrential rain, lightning, fog, sand storms or blizzards occur which delay search parties.
  • Missing clothing.Shoes, pants, shirts and jackets are often removed, even by children who are too young do so themselves. Paradoxical undressing cannot explain why a person would do this in a temperate environment. Clothing that is found is sometimes neatly folded.
  • High amounts of plane crashes. Search planes and helicopters seem to crash at abnormally high rates during these specific cases.
  • Extreme ends of the intellectual scale. On one side there are well-educated people such as doctors, psychiatrists and physicists. Others have disabilities such as autism or Down Syndrome.
  • German ancestry. Those with German heritage appear to go missing at much higher rates.
  • Boulder fields and granite. An excessive number of men and women vanish in boulder fields or areas with huge quantities of granite. Yosemite National Park is the largest of all clusters and also happens to be the biggest source of granite on Earth.
  • The victim is retrieved near a body of water. Another common factor is the presence of water. Bodies are often discovered near oceans, lakes, rivers, streams or swamps.
  • Berry picking. Strangely, this is a reoccurring theme shared amongst several cases. Those who are picking berries seem to go missing at higher rates.
  • Not feeling well or being tired. Prior to the disappearance, friends and family state the victim had informed them that they were feeling ill or weary.
  • Being last in line. One of the most recurrent of all traits are those in a group who happen to be the last in line. Others who were with the missing report seeing them mere seconds before and suddenly they had vanished without a trace. No one ever reports hearing any sounds such as a gasp, scream or an animal.

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The NPS employs over 20,000 Americans and brings in an annual revenue $92 billion. If patrons knew what was really happening within the park systems it could have devastating financial consequences. Paulides has never stated who (or what) he believes is responsible for these incidents and merely presents the facts. Readers are left to derive their own conclusions based on the information presented. Theories as to what is taking these park-goers include Bigfoot attacks, alien abduction, Thunderbirds, secret underground government bases or cannibalistic wild men. Whatever the source may be, it’s probably best to avoid being last in line the next time you visit a National Park.

37 thoughts on “Missing 411: Hundreds of Strange Disappearances in our National Parks

  1. Missing 411: Hundreds of Strange Disappearances in our National Parks (6)la CariatideJanuary 15, 2018 / 10:57 am

    you made it at reddit/conspiracy, mission accomplished!

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    • Missing 411: Hundreds of Strange Disappearances in our National Parks (7)AshJanuary 15, 2018 / 1:46 pm

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      Thank you, la Cariatide! I’m so pleasantly surprised and happy that there is interest in the topic. It’s a very important subject and people need to be aware so they can take proper safety measures.

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      • Missing 411: Hundreds of Strange Disappearances in our National Parks (8)la CariatideJanuary 15, 2018 / 6:37 pm

        to be honest i don’t know, how could i be 98% certain. anyway, all the missing person cases must be investigated..
        the pictures you choose look like twin peaks, perhaps not a coincidence.

        let’s talk straightforwardly, what’s your stance about september 11, 2001′ false flag? one cannot be a real conspiracy nuts (sic) without having done any research about 9/11 false flag, can we?

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      • Missing 411: Hundreds of Strange Disappearances in our National Parks (9)AliceInBlunderland7May 20, 2022 / 10:14 am

        Yeah like NEVER go to a National Park.

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    • Missing 411: Hundreds of Strange Disappearances in our National Parks (10)LauraOctober 24, 2019 / 3:26 pm

      Youtbe videos and books i read indicates the 1/3 that came down with satan, theyre the giants, which it culture had a different name for them like big foot, yeti, sasquatch, nephilium, Anacuckii ect. There all demons. If a big foot tracker tries to follow big foot it disappears because its a disembodied spirit. Chain and bound in mt. hermon. Same with nasa or pilots they lose site of these ufo’s because their disembodied spirits. If one has an affair one teams up with these demon spirits. That is why the evil parent murders the child and one parent. If you take drugs you open a portzl and allow the demon to enter ones subconscious and it depresses one, suicide or dui you hurt another.

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  2. Missing 411: Hundreds of Strange Disappearances in our National Parks (11)Malcolm S.January 15, 2018 / 4:35 pm

    There are some odd reports of people going missing at an alarming rate on the Appalachian Trail, especially near a military base of some sort. If you have any links to more in depth analysis I’d definitely be interested in reading more about this topic. We in the conspiracy circles have been squawking about human trafficking/human sacrifice for years now. No doubt there is a deeper conspiracy which likely involves the government or nefarious agents acting under the protection of the state/police agencies across the country.

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    • Missing 411: Hundreds of Strange Disappearances in our National Parks (12)AshJanuary 15, 2018 / 6:08 pm

      I have heard of this as well and it’s quite disturbing. Hopefully in the near future I can do a post about that topic specifically. I wrote this one first so people who aren’t familiar with the subject can get a little background. Human trafficking could definitely be a possibility in some of these cases. However, you’d think search dogs would be able to pick up a scent. Also if someone were kidnapped there would be a huge disturbance in the area they went missing as most put up a fight. I agree wholeheartedly- there is definitely something going on at a much deeper level. Thanks a lot for your comment and insight.

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      • Missing 411: Hundreds of Strange Disappearances in our National Parks (13)Destroyer of the Snake BrotherhoodMarch 9, 2020 / 4:42 pm

        all you have to do is lift someone off the ground or put them into a vehicle of some kind.. like a military all-terrain vehicle or something.. and take them away. there are also underground military bases and the map of those corresponds pretty well with the places hikers are disappearing from.

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  3. Missing 411: Hundreds of Strange Disappearances in our National Parks (14)GatekeeperJanuary 16, 2018 / 1:49 pm

    This is a very mysterious occurrence happening with the parks. I remember reading on a forum where the poster suggested the involvement of fairies as same cases were similar in nature to stories in European folklore.

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    • Missing 411: Hundreds of Strange Disappearances in our National Parks (15)AshJanuary 17, 2018 / 3:49 am

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      I too have heard of some believing in a fairy connection. It’s interesting because these types of cases have been occurring for hundreds of years. Folklore of fairies has been prevalent throughout the times and amongst many different cultures.

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      • Missing 411: Hundreds of Strange Disappearances in our National Parks (16)Richard LennieNovember 17, 2019 / 11:56 pm

        Not fairies as I have been up close and personal with them and they didn’t take me.!

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      • Missing 411: Hundreds of Strange Disappearances in our National Parks (17)RitaFebruary 12, 2020 / 7:45 pm

        I have a fairy village. Do you suppose you could supply me with a boy and a girl? So they could multiply?

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  4. Missing 411: Hundreds of Strange Disappearances in our National Parks (18)KarsciJanuary 17, 2018 / 1:38 am

    Very interesting and frightening post. It makes you think twice about hiking in any of these areas. I was interested to read many reported feeling tired or ill prior to their disappearance, I was not aware of that fact.

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    • Missing 411: Hundreds of Strange Disappearances in our National Parks (19)AshJanuary 17, 2018 / 3:45 am

      Thank you, Karsci! It is definitely frightening and something people should be aware of while venturing out into the wilderness. It is interesting how many people report feeling ill/ tired prior to their disappearance. Is it merely a sixth sense or are there other forces at work?

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      • Missing 411: Hundreds of Strange Disappearances in our National Parks (20)dnlpatSeptember 4, 2019 / 12:50 pm

        I would think it is an anesthetic effect. Feeling ill/tired would make it easier for the person to be subdued.

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  5. Missing 411: Hundreds of Strange Disappearances in our National Parks (21)The funny onesJanuary 19, 2018 / 4:41 am

    Nightcrawlers…. those things with long legs can swoop the unfortunate and transfer them miles away.

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    • Missing 411: Hundreds of Strange Disappearances in our National Parks (22)AshJanuary 19, 2018 / 4:45 am

      That’s an incredibly interesting theory and one that I’ve never heard before regarding this topic. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. I plan on doing a post specifically on Nightcrawlers in the future so stay tuned. =)

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FAQs

How many people go missing in US national parks? ›

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At least 1,600 people, and perhaps many times that number, remain missing on public lands under circumstances that defy easy explanation,” said Jon Billman, a journalist who investigates disappearances, wrote for Outside Magazine.

What is the order of the missing 411 books? ›

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How many unsolved missing persons cases are in American national parks? ›

The federal government does not track the number of missing persons in national parks, but experts believe about 1,600 individuals mysteriously vanish each year while visiting parks throughout the United States . Over the decades, lots of people have gone missing in the National Park System, .

Do people go missing in US national parks? ›

In the United States National Park System alone there are more than 84 million acres (35 million hectares) of preserved woods, deserts, mountains and other wilderness, so it's no surprise that in the past 100 years there have been a number of cases of hikers going missing.

What state has the most missing people? ›

However, California's rate of missing persons is roughly average, at 7.6 missing for every 100,000 people.
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Here are the 10 states with the most missing persons:
  • California - 2,133.
  • Florida - 1,252.
  • Texas - 1,246.
  • Arizona - 915.
  • Washington - 643.
  • New York - 606.
  • Michigan - 556.
  • Oregon - 432.

How many people go missing on cruise ships? ›

Based on the reports that have been filed, we can estimate that around 200 people go missing from cruise ships each year. This shows that these cases are more frequent than most people realize.

Was Jaryd Atadero ever found? ›

Jaryd Atadero was a three-year-old American boy who went missing on October 2, 1999, while hiking with a Christian social group on Big South Trail, a part of the Arapaho & Roosevelt National Forest in Colorado. His partial remains were found by two businessmen on a hiking trip on May 6, 2003.

What is missing 411 on Netflix? ›

Missing 411 is a series of books and films, which document cases of people who have gone missing in national parks and elsewhere, and maintain that these cases are unusual and mysterious, contrary to data analysis which suggests that they are not actually statistically mysterious or even unexpected.

What national park has most missing people? ›

Grand Canyon National Park has the most disappearances with 785 SAR incidents between 2018 and 2020. A close second is Yosemite National Park with 732 SAR incidents during the same time frame.

What national park has the most deaths? ›

According to the site's final report, which has been cited by outlets from ABC to the Washington Post, Grand Canyon led the park system with 134 deaths, followed closely by Yosemite (126) and Great Smoky Mountains (92).

How many people go missing at Yellowstone? ›

Yellowstone National Park ( Wyoming, Montana and Idaho) - 53.

What is the most mysterious disappearances in history? ›

9 Mysterious Disappearances of People Other Than Amelia Earhart
  • Edward V of England. ...
  • The Lost Colony of Roanoke. ...
  • Solomon Northup. ...
  • Ambrose Bierce. ...
  • George Mallory. ...
  • Wallace D. ...
  • Raoul Wallenberg. ...
  • Jimmy Hoffa.

Do feral people live in national parks? ›

There are no reports or official documentation suggesting that cannibals or feral people live in our national parks. This theory continues to spread through unsubstantiated claims on platforms like Reddit, YouTube, and TikTok. Of course, anyone can speak their mind and share their ideas.

How many people go missing in the Smoky Mountains? ›

Four visitors have disappeared without a trace from the Great Smoky Mountains in the last 50 years.

What is the longest someone has been missing then found? ›

Clark's case has the distinction of being the oldest active missing person case in the United States.
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Disappearance of Marvin Clark.
Marvin Clark
BornMarvin Alvin Clark c. 1852 Marion County, Iowa, U.S.
DisappearedOctober 30, 1926 (aged 73–74) Portland, Oregon, U.S.
StatusMissing for 95 years, 10 months and 20 days
Height5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
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Who is the most famous missing child? ›

Disappearance of Etan Patz
Etan Patz
Cause of deathMurder by strangulation (presumed)
Known forOne of the first missing-child cases to have a photo appear on a milk carton
Height3 ft 4 in (102 cm)
Parent(s)Stanley Patz Julie Patz
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What city in the US has the most missing people? ›

The cities with the most missing people total include Los Angeles (189), Phoenix (170), Houston (165), San Francisco (163), and Detroit (150).

Is there a jail on a cruise ship? ›

If you wonder whether cruise ships have jails, the answer is yes. Jails are called brigs on a cruise ship and tend only to be used in serious circumstances when no other options are available. Cabin arrest is typically used before the brig is needed.

Who was the woman jumps off Carnival cruise ship? ›

Rhonda Turner, a 28-year-old from Booneville, MS, was enjoying her time on the Carnival Valor with her husband and two children ... before chaos erupted after a woman jumped off the balcony into the ocean.

Is there a morgue on cruise ships? ›

Each oceangoing cruise ship is required to carry body bags and maintain a morgue. Separate from food storage areas, most morgues are small, with room for three to six bodies.

Did they ever find Bryce Laspisa? ›

There was no trace of Laspisa, and too this day, none has been found. Here's the whole story of one of the most tragic — and baffling — missing persons cases of recent years.

What actually happened to Dennis Martin? ›

More than half a century later, no one knows what happened to Dennis Martin the day he went missing in the Smoky Mountains. The most plausible theories range from abduction to having died of exposure and eaten by a bear or feral pigs in the park.

Was Jared Negrete ever found? ›

San Gorgonio in San Bernardino National Forest, Southern California. An extensive search turned up only some candy wrappers and a camera with a haunting image of Jared on it. Thirty years later, despite the large search and follow-up hikes into the area by amateur investigators, no remains have been found.

How many hunters go missing each year? ›

Which states have the most missing persons cases?
StateTotal MissingMissing per 100,000
California2,1335.4
Tennessee3615.4
Colorado2925.2
Missouri3165.2
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How many people are missing in Rocky Mountain National Park? ›

Patterson said that, in the 106-year history of Rocky Mountain National Park, only four people are known to be missing after extensive searches: a 22-year-old man who was hiking in the Flattop Mountain area in 1933; 20- and 21-year-old men who were hiking on a trail when a significant storm struck in October 1949; and ...

How many people go missing at the Grand Canyon? ›

“Circumstances such as these happen occasionally here in Grand Canyon,” park officials said. “From the last 10 years there are eight individuals still considered missing within the park.” At least 18 people have died in the Grand Canyon in 2021, the National Park Service told McClatchy News at the end of August.

Which Forest has the most missing people? ›

Yosemite National Park and Grand Canyon National Park together make up the majority of missing persons cold cases in the national parks service. Despite its relatively high number of search and rescue missions, RMNP has only two missing persons cold cases. James Pruitt, a 70-year-old man, went missing in 2019.

How many bodies are found in national parks? ›

National Park Service (NPS) statistics reveal 330 deaths per year on the 85,000,000 acres of the country's 423 sites — about one per million out of 300 million yearly visitors.

What is the rarest animal to see in Yellowstone? ›

Jackalope. The jackalope is perhaps the rarest animal in Yellowstone. They are solitary, staying primarily in wooded areas, where they stalk prey. Jackalopes are extremely dangerous and should not be approached if sighted.

How many cars fall off Smoky Mountains? ›

The stats for deaths in the Smoky Mountains are as follows: 37 motor vehicle crashes. 15 medical/natural deaths. 13 undetermined deaths.

How many people have gone missing at Yosemite? ›

These 13 people went missing in Yosemite National Park and haven't been seen again. Joel Thomazin, 31, of Denair in Stanislaus County was last seen on Sept. 6, 2021.

How many people have fallen into hot springs at Yellowstone? ›

Though more than 20 people have been killed in the past by some of Yellowstone's 10,000 geothermal pools, geysers, mudpots, steam vents and hot springs, you should keep in mind how many visitors the park gets.

What percentage of missing persons are never found? ›

By the time the study data were collected, 99.8% of 1.3 million caretaker missing children had been returned home alive or located. Only 0.2% percent or 2,500 had not, the vast majority of which were runaways from institutions.

How many people are currently missing in the United States? ›

In 2021, the number of missing person files in the United States decreased when compared to the previous year, with 521,705 cases.
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Number of NCIC missing person files in the United States from 1990 to 2021.
YearNumber of missing persons
2020543,018
2019609,275
2018612,846
2017651,226
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Did they ever find Brandi Wells? ›

Despite numerous efforts by investigators and family members, no clues have ever been found as to what happened to her. But Ellen believes someone who knows what happened to Brandi is still out there.

How many people go missing in the woods? ›

Based on Paulides' research, there are at least 1,600 people missing in the wild somewhere in the United States. According to Paulides' data, per the Post article, most people disappear in the late afternoon and during or just before severe weather.

Do humans live in Yellowstone? ›

If you've ever wondered if you could live in Yellowstone, the answer is “yes!” And Yellowstone National Park Lodges can make it happen. If you work in Yellowstone, you'll be one very important part of a huge ecosystem of critical interrelated parts.

Are there people living in the Appalachian Mountains? ›

Many people now living in the Appalachian Mountains are descendants of Scot-Irish who immigrated to America in the 1700s. Many left Europe in order to seek a better life and to escape religious persecution. As the colonies began to get more populated, settlers began to push farther west.

Why do so many people disappear in national parks? ›

The majority of missing persons who are found are ruled accidents and have nothing to do with feral humans in National Parks; many die of exposure, falling, or in rare cases, animal attacks. One of the final stages of hypothermia is feeling hot, so bodies are often found in the cold with less clothing than they had on.

How many people go missing a day? ›

According to the National Incidence Studies of Missing, Abducted, Runaway, and Thrownaway Children (NISMART), approximately 2,300 children go missing every day in the United States.

How many people go missing in Alaska every year? ›

On average, 5 of every 1,000 people go missing every year, roughly double the national rate. Since Alaska began tracking the numbers in 1988, police have received at least 60,700 reports of missing people.

How many people go missing in Yellowstone National Park each year? ›

Yellowstone National Park ( Wyoming, Montana and Idaho) - 53.

How many people disappear in the woods each year? ›

An astonishing 600,000 people go missing each year in the United States, and many of them do so while venturing into America's wildlands.

How many people go missing in Alaska every year? ›

On average, 5 of every 1,000 people go missing every year, roughly double the national rate. Since Alaska began tracking the numbers in 1988, police have received at least 60,700 reports of missing people.

How many bodies are found in National Parks? ›

National Park Service (NPS) statistics reveal 330 deaths per year on the 85,000,000 acres of the country's 423 sites — about one per million out of 300 million yearly visitors.

How many people go missing in the Smoky Mountains? ›

Four visitors have disappeared without a trace from the Great Smoky Mountains in the last 50 years.

What is the longest someone has been missing then found? ›

Clark's case has the distinction of being the oldest active missing person case in the United States.
...
Disappearance of Marvin Clark.
Marvin Clark
BornMarvin Alvin Clark c. 1852 Marion County, Iowa, U.S.
DisappearedOctober 30, 1926 (aged 73–74) Portland, Oregon, U.S.
StatusMissing for 95 years, 10 months and 20 days
Height5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
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How many people have gone missing at Yellowstone National Park? ›

However, there are currently three people who were last seen in Yellowstone National Park and never seen again: Stuart Isaac in 2010, Bruce Pike in 2006 and Daniel Campbell in 1991.

How many people are still missing in the Grand Canyon? ›

“Circumstances such as these happen occasionally here in Grand Canyon,” park officials said. “From the last 10 years there are eight individuals still considered missing within the park.” At least 18 people have died in the Grand Canyon in 2021, the National Park Service told McClatchy News at the end of August.

Do feral people live in national parks? ›

There are no reports or official documentation suggesting that cannibals or feral people live in our national parks. This theory continues to spread through unsubstantiated claims on platforms like Reddit, YouTube, and TikTok. Of course, anyone can speak their mind and share their ideas.

What percentage of missing persons are never found? ›

By the time the study data were collected, 99.8% of 1.3 million caretaker missing children had been returned home alive or located. Only 0.2% percent or 2,500 had not, the vast majority of which were runaways from institutions.

What are the chances of finding a missing person alive after 72 hours? ›

One major change is how quickly authorities now respond to reports of missing children, understanding that time is of the essence. Regardless of who has abducted the child, every minute counts as 94 percent of recovered children are found within 72 hours, including 47 percent found within three hours.

How many females are missing in the United States? ›

Number of NCIC missing persons files in the United States in 2021, by age and gender
CharacteristicMaleFemale
Under 21163,386194,673
21 and over100,49262,552
31 Mar 2022

What country has the most missing people? ›

Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka has one of the world's highest number of disappearances, with between 60,000 and 100,000 people vanishing since the late 1980s.

Which states have the most kidnappings? ›

He observed that while 3.6 percent of current missing persons cases are missing indigenous persons, the true number is estimated to be higher. One of the biggest takeaways is that Alaska has by far the highest rate of missing persons cases in America, with nearly one out of every 617 people in the state missing.

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