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January 12, 2021, 10:04:17 AM
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Some excellent comments

January 12, 2021, 10:49:35 AM
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I had never heard this before Nigel but it doesn't surprise me at all. You should read a book called the Hoopa project by David Paulides, you might find that interesting. His "Missing 411" books are eye opening but go to his website not the big sellers.
Presently awaiting Teddy's book.

January 12, 2021, 12:39:06 PM
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So many Countries have their legends of unknown animals. Hard to say what the Vietnam creature could be. At first I thought American soldiers on Drugs, which during the Vietnamese war was a common thing. But it seems like there is a long history of sightings and experiences.
DB

January 12, 2021, 01:40:57 PM
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Hello Sarapuk,

I think that most parts of the world do indeed have their cultural type of Sasquatch/Bigfoot. Most Native American tribes have lived with these creatures for as long as they have been present. Most tribes believe that these are "spiritual beings" they can materialize and disappear when they want. I don't think humans are supposed to see them and when humans do mostly both parties are very surprised. There is a great degree of sightings connection to the UFO phenomenon and orbs. Proof and Evidence, there is none, old eyewitness accounts in the thousands.

January 13, 2021, 12:50:42 AM
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I had never heard this before Nigel but it doesn't surprise me at all. You should read a book called the Hoopa project by David Paulides, you might find that interesting. His "Missing 411" books are eye opening but go to his website not the big sellers.
Presently awaiting Teddy's book.


Hi thanks for the info on Paulides. Do you have a link to his website?

January 13, 2021, 11:54:37 AM
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I had never heard this before Nigel but it doesn't surprise me at all. You should read a book called the Hoopa project by David Paulides, you might find that interesting. His "Missing 411" books are eye opening but go to his website not the big sellers.
Presently awaiting Teddy's book.


Hi thanks for the info on Paulides. Do you have a link to his website?

Nigel just google David Paulides. I have watched loads of his videos etc. Its very engrossing. Its as engrossing as the Dyatlov Mystery.
DB

January 13, 2021, 12:17:25 PM
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Hello,

I crowdfunded Paulides first movie back in the day.

David Paulides official website: https://www.canammissing.com/page/page/8396197.htm

He is getting away from the website and doing a lot more videos on ytoob.

In 2012, I moved to the California Coastal Redwoods area and read his first 2 books, since then I have real all his other books. The Yurok Indian tribe is famous for having Bigfoot experiences and stories in their culture, the tribe lives side by side with the Klamath River. Paulides is a retired police detective out of the San Francisco and has worked in the security agencies post retirement. Only buy his books from his site they are ridiculously expensive on Azn and other sites. Ytoob is full of his movies of videos: CanAm Missing Project. The books are eye opening, never read one while you are camping, I learned the hard way. We also have the missing young men students in rivers and lakes much like the U.K.'s Manchester canal deaths.

I used to backpack in Yosemite in my teens/early 20's so the Yosemite stories make no sense in many ways.

Steph Young from England: Tales of Mystery on ytoob scare me to death, sometimes too scary, can't listen to them all.
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January 13, 2021, 12:21:06 PM
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Hello,

I crowdfunded Paulides first movie back in the day.

David Paulides official website: https://www.canammissing.com/page/page/8396197.htm

In 2012, I moved to the California Coastal Redwoods area and read his first 2 books, since then I have real all his other books. The Yurok Indian tribe is famous for having Bigfoot experiences and stories in their culture. Paulides is a retired police detective out of the San Francisco and has worked in the security agencies post retirement. Only buy his books from his site they are ridiculously expensive on Azn and other sites. Ytoob is full of his movies of videos: CanAm Missing Project. The books are eye opening, never read one while you are camping, I learned the hard way. We also have the missing young men students in rivers and lakes much like the U.K.'s Manchester canal deaths.

I used to backpack in Yosemite in my teens/early 20's so the Yosemite stories make no sense in many ways.

Thanks for adding that. Yes his stuff is riveting. The Manchester mystery is just that, very unusual, seeing as its in a big City.
DB

January 13, 2021, 01:08:17 PM
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Thank you, Sarapuk,

It is happening along medium sized cities in the east coast and midwest, usually at University campuses just outside of towns and on rivers with small edge of town bars/nightclub scenes too. They actually traced one vehicle from the East Coast back to the Kansas City area where law enforcement seems to have intervened and stopped all investigations and not in a good way. NY Detectives Kevin Gannon and Anthony Duarte were early detectors that these were simply not drunken drownings...and like the Dyatlov Pass hikers, the coroners are too busy and tired to rule out drownings even when there is no water in the lungs of bodies they find in the water.

January 14, 2021, 06:26:26 AM
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Surfing around, David Paulides gets mixed reports with some people close to scathing.

And there are a lot of these missing 411 books, some with ridiculous prices (that's probably not his fault...).

So i've decided to order the Hoopa Project from amazon.
I'll have a read and report back sometime.
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January 14, 2021, 06:20:46 PM
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I am aware of the critics. I am much more interested in there phenomenon.

Ytoob: Missing 411: The Hunted 1:37:22, This whole film is decent but it's the story that begins at 1:10:00 that you might find interesting and I believe eery second of it. I think sarapuk would like it too.