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Hunters have been disappearing from North American wildlands for hundreds of years, many without leaving a trace. Former police detective David Paulides was initially brought on to investigate the circumstances around the many mysterious disappearances - here he presents the haunting true stories of hunters experiencing the unexplainable. Missing 411: The Hunted is based on the book by Paulides, which documents 185 cases of missing peoples from four different countries. All 185 cases fit a narrowly defined profile that was refined after researching thousands of missing person reports; these cases are the most difficult, defy common sense, challenge conventional wisdom and remain unexplained.
I personally think that the research that David Paulides has done is fascinating. I have a soft spot for the families of the people who has gone missing whether it be in our national parks or anywhere else. I often think about how badly they must hope the coverage of their lost loved one is reaching as many people as possible. So, when I see documentaries on the missing, I watch them. I would want that if someone I loved was missing.
I don't know what is going on but this documentary explored some of the paranormal aspects of spots where there have been clusters of disappearances dealing with hunters. Some of it was strange but if you want to try and get answers you should be willing to think outside the box and considering how odd these disappearances are a bit of "WTF?" hangs like a cloud over the cases. They simply do not make sense.
I like these cases and I hope that they will continue to make documentaries on the subject. We may never really know what is happening. I can only imagine how heartbreaking that must be for the families who would like answers. I pray that they are at least given the opportunity to lay their loved ones to rest.
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